Day: February 17, 2018

The virtues of Ayaatul Kursi | Ustaadh Abdul Hakeem Mitchell | Salafi Centre of Manchester

  Aayatul Kursi is the greatest ayah in the book of Allaah.  The Prophet Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam asked the companion Ubay Ibn Ka’b: “Do you know which ayah from the book of Allaah is greatest?” The reply was: “Allaah and his Messenger know best”. The Messenger of Allaah Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam then began to recite aayatul kursi. The start of the ayah is “Allaahu Laa Illaaha Illa Huwa”. The meaning is that there is no deity worthy of worship in truth except Allaah. This meaning is lost amongst the people of misguidance and innovation. We affirm that...

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Virtues Of Surah Al- Fatiha | Ustaadh Rayaan Barker | Salafi Centre of Manchester

  From our belief as Ahlus-sunnah is that the Qur’aan is the speech of Allaah, and that it is not created. We find through the angel Jibreel that he spoke it to the Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) exactly how he heard it from Allaah. Surah Al-Fatiha is the best chapter in the Qur’aan, as is known from a hadeeth wherein the Prophet Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam said to his companion: “I shall teach you the best chapter in the Qur’aan” and The Prophet Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam began to recite: “Alhamdulillaahi Rabbil Aalameen”. The companions were all in...

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Characteristics of the Caller to Allaah | AbdulHakeem Mitchell | Manchester

Characteristics of the Callers to Allāh The topic today revolves around calling to Islam and the sunnah, based upon the introduction of Shaykh Fawzan to the book authored by Shaykh Rabee: ‘Methodology of the Prophets in calling to Allaah’. Some characteristics are specific to the Da’ee (caller). When calling to this affair of Qur’aan and Sunnah, then it is to be done in a specific manner. Shaykh Fawzan says that the first characteristic a Da’ee must have is knowledge (of what they are calling to). It is not befitting for the ignorant one to be a Da’ee. This point...

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21 – Explanation of Fiqh | Abu Humayd Saalim | Manchester

It is now known the rulings with regards to purifying oneself, whether that be as a result of minor or major impurity. The shaykh mentions that ghusl is to apply water to the whole of the body, in a specific way; and its explanation is to come. It is said that bathing rituals were from the times of pre-Islamic ignorance, and they had remnants from the religion of Ibrahim Alayhi Salam, and this act was from those remnants. The origin of the word ‘impure’ in Arabic is to be far away.   There are six cases in which ritual...

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