Imam Nawawi wrote in Riyadh as-Saliheen that there are six instances where backbiting is permissible.
Knowledge of the heart will be first to be taken away. And look at what we've seen in the past two centuries!
There are & were awliya' who are Hanafi,Maliki,Shafi'i,& Hanbali in fiqh. There are & were awliya' who are Ash'ari, Maturidi, & traditional Athari in aqida. If all of these great men and women reached the highest stations with Allah ﷻ through these various paths, why cling and promote one of them so strongly above the … Continue reading Fiqh and Aqida Differences
The shuyukh bring the mutun to life. Don't beat a dead horse.
These photos show 4 styles that the Prophet ﷺ would use to make du'a.
Notes on an academic article on sheikh al-Albani's approach to hadith and his relationship with the Salafi movement. Interestingly, he agreed with them in aqida but staunchly disagreed in fiqh.
Imam Malik and the Sufis Q. al-Qadhi 'Iyadh is known to be a great sunni scholar, yet quiet recently a salafi brother pointed out that in his book "Tadreeb al-Madarik", al-Qadhi quotes a narration from Imam Maalik who rejected sufism. This confused me deeply and i wanted to know if you could clarify this issue … Continue reading The Narration of Imam Malik Laughing at Sufis
When it comes to the concept of a madhhab, a lot of people simply see the furu' (fruits) of different madhahab, but they don't see the usul (methodology) behind them, and that's actually what makes it a madhhab. A madhhab is what happens when a qualified mujtahid (someone who mastered all of the Islamic sciences … Continue reading Usul and Furu’ – What Makes a Madhhab