Month: December 2017

Important Questions About The Salafi Methodology | Abu Humayd Saalim | Manchester

  In this talk, Ustaadh Abu Humayd answers many questions about the salafi methodology, such as: what to do when there is differing, the meaning of the word ‘salafi’, and the meanings of the sunnah. The Messengers all came – explaining the way and methodology of the believer. Allah says we made for every nation a manhaj (method) to be followed- a path and a practice to adhere to. The aqeedah (belief) of the believer rests upon what Allaah said and what His Messenger said. The Messenger (alayhi salaatu was salaam) came to explain the methodology when differing occurs...

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20 – Explanation of Fiqh | Abu Humayd Saalim | Manchester

  In this Islamic Jurisprudence class, we complete the chapters on nullifiers of ablution. Covered in this lesson: Doubts concerning the validity of one’s wudhu and what one should do in this situation. Principle regarding certainty and doubt. What to do when we doubt whether we have prayed. An advice and an admonition by Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan (hafidahullah): The Muslims should have care and concern regarding their ablution at time of prayer. Be cautious of the whisperings of the Shaytaan. Take care of your clothing and its purity, so as not to affect the validity of your prayer. Ask...

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16 – Tafsir – Surah Al Fatihah | Abu Humayd Saalim | Manchester

  Tafsir Surat Al Fatihah أعوذ بالله من الشيطان الرجيم I seek refuge with Allaah from the Accursed Shaytaan (Satan). To seek refuge means to seek protection, resorting back to Allaah subhaanahu Wa Ta’aalah. Shaytaan is referring to Iblees. “Accursed” means that he is distanced and removed from every Mercy of Allaah. As a whole, it is a statement made to seek refuge from him coming to us during our recitation and trying to mislead us. It can be made for the recitation and other than the recitation, for example, upon an evil thought or in the state of...

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