Tag Archives: Manners and Conduct

Thinking Ill Of Your Brother’s Intentions

From Ulama Audio: Dr. Abdur Rahman Omaisan answers a question presented during the recent conference in Edmonton, Canada in which someone asked:

What is your advice to an individual who accuses his brothers with loving fame and leadership without presenting any evidence to this allegation?

A beautifully presented answer, fortified by evidence from the book of Allah, the Sunnah of his Messenger salla Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and adorned by statements of the scholars of old.

May Allah reward the sheikh lavishly for his efforts in teaching the religion and dispelling confusion. Ameen.

Have Mercy On The Da’wah Salafiyyah & Its Scholars

Al-‘Allāmah Rabī’ bin Hādi al-Madkhalī (may Allâh protect him and take care of him) said:

The youth must have patience, wisdom, brotherhood upon the truth and cooperation upon righteousness and piety in spreading the truth which Allah guided them to.

Indeed Satan runs between the Salafi youth [causing] insignificant differences and is spreading amongst them blind fanaticism which is precisely the fanaticism of the hizbees (partisans). This is because the environment has emitted its poison thereby affecting some of the youth who have not yet digested the Salafi call.

They (the youth) have to be aware of the imminent dangers surrounding the Salafi methodology. By Allah, nowadays all the [deviant] groups along with the western countries behind them have come together to suppress Islam, as represented by the Da’wah Salafiyyah. Continue reading

The Character Of The Prophet In Ramaḍân

The Noble Scholar Shaykh Ibn Bāz (may Allâh have mercy upon him) stated:

Being that Allâh created His Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) upon the most complete description and the most noble of it as has come in the narration of Abu Hurayrah (may Allâh be pleased with him) the Prophet  (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said:

Indeed I have only be sent to complete the noble character.

The Messenger of Allâh (صلى الله عليه وسلم) was the most generous of all the people. Likewise he is the most noble, most courageous and most complete in all of the praiseworthy characteristics. His generosity consisted of all the categories of generosity. His generosity use to increase in Ramaḍân more so than other months just as the generosity of his Lord increases in it. Continue reading

الكلمة التوجيهية لأهل المغرب لفضيلة الشيخ العلاّمة ربيع المدخلي


الكلمة التوجيهية لأهل المغرب
لفضيلة الشيخ العلاّمة ربيع بن هادي المدخلي حفظه الله ورعاه
يوم الجمعة 9/صفر/1437هـ

Foundations of Good Character and Mannerisms

Points From The Friday Khutbah by Abu Yusuf Khaleefah (hafidhahullaah):

  1. The Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu ‘alaihi wasallam) was the best of the people in character. Allah stated to him:
وَإِنَّكَ لَعَلَىٰ خُلُقٍ عَظِيمٍ
“And indeed you are upon exalted character.” (Soorah Al-Qalam: 4)
  1. He (sallal laahu ‘alaihi wasallam) was sent to perfect the character of the people. He said, “Indeed I have only been sent to perfect the moral character” [1].
  2. Those who have good character are from the best of the people. The Prophet (sallal laahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said, “Indeed the best of you are those who are the best in character” [2].
  3. Those who have bad character are the worst of the people. The Prophet (sallal laahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said about the man who sought permission to enter, and before he entered the Prophet (sallal laahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said about him, “What an evil member or brother of his tribe he is.” When he entered the Prophet was kind to him and gentle. After the man left the Prophet (sallal laahu ‘alaihi wasallam) was questioned about his actions with the man and he responded, “Indeed the worst of the people is the one who the people keep away from out of fear of his bad behavior.”
  4. The most heavy of the things on the scales is having good character. The Prophet said, “Indeed the most heavy of things on the scales is good character” [3].

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القاصد لوجه الله

:قال ابن الوزير رحمه الله

والقاصد لوجه الله لا يخاف أن يُنقد عليه خَلَلٌ في كلامه، ولا يَهاب أن يُدَلَّ على بطلان قوله، بل يحب الحق من حيث أتاه، ويقبل الهدى ممَّن أهداه، بل المخاشنة بالحق والنصيحة أحبُّ إليه مِن المُداهنة على الأقوال القبيحة، وصديقك مَن أَصْدَقَكَ لا من صدَّقَك

العواصم والقواصم ١/ ٢٢٤