This book is written by Dr. Fayṣal al-Wādiʾī, who was the doctor of Imām Muqbil رحمه الله in Dammāj, Yemen and has studied from both Shaykh Muqbil bin Hādī al-Wādiʾī رحمه الله and Shaykh Yaḥya bin ‘Alī al-Ḥajūrī حفظه الله. Though he has written this book for children, it is beneficial for the adults as well. In this book, one can learn the basics of ‘Aqidah, Tawheed, Fiqh & Seerah which every Muslim is obligated to know.
❝These days they have a series that they watch called Ertuğrul. These new Turkish serials that have invaded Muslim countries, in it is a trial greater than others in many aspects.❞
❝This is Prophet Muhammad ﷺ and these are his lofty ideals
Why then is he despised constantly, these prolonged ordeals
Reflect! Dear esteemed reader and respond
As they say ‘what goes around comes around’
Read! Spread! Yours is this small treatise
For in it could be your path to eternal success.❞
The Prophet ﷺ said, ‘The belief is that of the Yemenis and wisdom is Yemeni.’
Can this be ascribed to those who belong to current-day Yemen? Or is it restricted to the lifetime of the Prophet ﷺ? Or is it applicable up until the Hour is established? Does it refer to the people of Hijāz and the Ansār? How about the Rāfidhah?
Our pious predecessors would not even attend the funerals of those known for their innovation, let alone praise them and take them as companions.
The statement comes amid controversy over the use of cartoons insulting the Prophet Mohammad (ﷺ) in a french school class on so-called freedom of expression whose teacher was then unfortunately murdered by someone labeled an “Islamist” by the hate-monger french president. He then went on to claim that Islam is in crisis and that they would not let go of the accursed cartoons.
Ten historic reasons that led to the decline of the Turkish Ottoman Empire
A comprehensive explanation of the Āyāt & Aḥādīth regarding Yaʾjūj and Maʾjūj to remove the doubts spread by people of rhetoric (Ahl al-Kalām)
What truly occurred at Karbala 1340 years back with the grandson of the Prophet ﷺ ? Is there a real contradiction between the Sunni and Shīʿah traditions regarding it? Shaykh Iḥsān ʾIlāhī Ẓahīr -raḥimahullāh- throws light on the incident whilst quoting from the established works of Shiite scholars, thereby throwing bare their lies and false concoctions.
Is it true that al-Ḥusayn bin ʿAlī bin Abī Ṭālib رضي الله عنهما rebelled against the ruler of his time, or did he escape from his oppression on him?