Question posed to Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan (may Allah preserve him):
Is going out for the period of a month or a certain amount of weeks or days like al-Jamaa’at ut-Tabligh, Sunnah or Bid’ah? Is it permissible for a person to go with this Jamaa’ah to learn the legislated knowledge?
This is not permissible, this is an innovation, going out for forty days or four months or four days, this is a innovation and this is a Jamaa’at-us-Sufiyyah. It has been established that it is a Jama’at-us-Sufiyyah Deobandiyyah (ascription to a village in India from which arose the Deobandi ideology).
They have infiltrated to our lands and other than it for the purpose of spreading sufiyyah (sufism). It is not permissible for a person of Sunnah, a person of Tawheed to go out with them because his going with them is aiding them in spreading their innovation. The people will use that as an evidence, they will say so and so has gone with them! Or the people have gone with them! Or the people of that land… Continue reading →
The Noble Shaykh Rabee’ Ibn Haadi al-Madkhalee (may Allah preserve him) mentioned as one of the foundations of al-Haddaadiyyah:
Despised blind following and blind fanaticism of individuals who are known by Ahlus Sunnah for lying, betrayal and oppression. Also having the alliance and enmity based upon these individuals and their falsehood. These are the characteristics of the old and new Haddaadiyyah. Continue reading →
We prayed in the Prophet’s Masjid last night [April 16th, 27th of Jumaada ath-Thaani] and on our way out to head to the class of the Noble Shaykh Rabee’ (may Allah preserve him), we passed by the gathering of knowledge being held by the muhaddith of Madeenah, Shaykh ‘Abdul-Muhsin al-Badr (may Allah preserve him). Continue reading →
The Noble Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan (may Allah preserve him) stated:
Many people believe that the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) is the one who will give (the people a drink of) water from the Pond. This we hear and read in their supplication: “Oh Allah give us a drink from his noble hand which we will never be thirsty after it (again).” Continue reading →
Question Posed To Imam Ibn Baaz (may Allah have mercy upon him):
Question: I have come to see that some of the people, upon seeing a tree growing on any grave, describe the inhabitant of the grave as a (righteous) character whose degree (of piety and righteousness) is such and such. Does the growing of trees upon the graves have any connection (with the righteousness of the inhabitant of the grave)? Continue reading →
Shaykhul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (may Allah have mercy upon him) stated:
The corruption of the Jews and the Christians is apparent to the general Muslim masses. As for the people of innovation, then indeed their corruption is not apparent to every person (i.e. Muslim). Continue reading →