Salaficentre Appeal 2019
Masjid Appeal 2019

Manchester Summer Conference 2019 – The Correct Belief of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’ah – Sunday 23rd June 11:30am to 10pm

 

The Correct Belief of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’ah

We would like to welcome you all to our Summer Conference in Manchester at the Masjid. Topics will centre around the correct Islamic Beliefs of Ahlus Sunnah (The People of Sunnah). Topics discussed will be matters of belief in: tawheed (Islamic Monotheism), shirk (associating partners in worship and dua with Allah), bid’ah (newly invested matters that sects and groups have added to the religion), sunnah (correctly following the Prophet and his companions in their example) intercession (permissible and impermissible types practiced by deviated groups) belief in Allah, Awliyah (the Close friends and allies) of Allah, seeing Allah, the month of Muharram, Where is Allah, The correct belief taught by scholars such as Ibmn Taymiyyah, the four Imaams and more

Speakers

We welcome our elder brothers and teachers from around the U.K. on this date:

  • Abu Hakeem Bilaal Davis
  • Abu Khadeejah Abdul Wahid
  • Abu Idrees MuhammAd
  • Uways At-Taweel
  • Abdulilah Lahmami

Time, Date and Venue

  • Entry – Completely Free
  • Sunday 23rd June
  • 11:30am to 10pm
  • The Salafi Centre of Manchester – 2 Dudley Street, Manchester | M89DA

Further Information

  • Men and women’s side open
  • Refreshments available
  • Free books, CD’s and literature available
  • Stalls for Scents, Oils Jilbaabs and Islamic Clothing and more available

Broadcast Channels

There will be a live broadcast throughout the day on the following channels and streams:

  • Our website: SunnahRadio.net
  • Our Mixlr Channel – Mixlr.com/Sunnahradio
  • Our Youtube Live Channel: Youtube.com/user/SalafiCentreUK (we will post the URL here once updated)
  • Our Facebook Live Channel: Facebook.com/SalafiCentreUK (we will post the URL here once updated)

All talks will be uploaded to our website LearnAboutIslam.co.uk after the conference.

Please see and spread poster below. More information will be added to this post.

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Giving Preference to Others in Performing Good Actions – Shaykh Saaleh Aal-Ash Shaykh

Note: there is an error in the video – the shaykh says “5000 riyals” not “50000 riyals”

Giving preference (to others) in actions of gaining closeness – meaning: That the issue, if it is referring to gaining closeness to Allaah, The Glorified and Exalted, then giving preference to your brother (in Islaam) in that act is Makrooh (Disliked).

Because this contradicts the racing (to good deeds) that we mentioned to you the proofs for (earlier) and hastening towards good and mutually competing.

So for example, there is a gap in the first row (for prayer) or a place further forward behind the Imam and you and your Muslim brother are standing

so you say to him “Go ahead” and he says to you “No, you go ahead”, you say (again) “Go ahead”, so the likes of this is not appropriate because it is disliked.
Rather what is appropriate is hastening to achieving this act of drawing close (to Allaah) and that is the virtue of being in the first row.

(Another) example; a man comes and he is in need of an extra 5000* Riyaal in order to remove his poverty. And you are capable (of helping him) and likewise your Muslim brother is capable (of helping him)
so you say to him (your capable, Muslim brother), “Help him, I’m giving you the opportunity, go ahead and help him.” and he says “No, you go ahead”
(and all of this is said) from the angle of love (for one’s brother). Meaning that each person puts forward his brother, then the likes of this is also disliked, and is not appropriate. Because in this area (what is expected) is hastening and competing in actions of good.
Likewise from the angle of reading – reading (some aspect of) knowledge upon the scholars – and taking the opportunities to obtain acts of obedience and striving and what is similar to this.
So these matters are known as good deeds i.e. acts of obedience . So giving preference to others in acts of obedience, i.e. those good deeds, is not appropriate, (rather it is) disliked because – as we have mentioned – it contradicts the command with hastening, racing and mutually competing in goodness.

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Is it permissible to eat locusts? Shaykh Saaleh Fawzaan

Is it permissible to eat locusts, for indeed we find that some people eat locusts?

There is no doubt that locusts are permissible by consensus. The impermissibility of [eating locusts has not be stated (i.e. in the sharee’ah) because it was eaten during the time of the Prophet [sallal laahu alayhi wasallam]. [lt has been stated] in an authentic hadeeth: “We participated in seven battles with the Messenger [sallal laahu alayhi wasallam] during which we ate locusts.”Locusts are permissible [to eat] and are not declared to be haraam, because they are from the Tayyibaat [things declared lawful by the Sharee’ah], and the good lawful food stuff are used as nourishment.

Shaykh Saaleh Al Fawzaan

Listen to audio here:

 

 

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day – [Brief Admonition By Shaikh Uthaymeen [rahimahullaah]

In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy

Imaam Muhammad Ibn Saaleh Al-Uthaymeen [rahimahullaah] said:

Celebrating Valentine’s Day is impermissible due to [several] reasons:

Firstly: It is an innovated celebration and it has no basis in the Sharee’ah.

Secondly: It calls to infatuation.

Thirdly: It is a means of preoccupying the heart with the likes of these insignificant affairs and it is in opposition to the guidance of the Salafus Saaleh [The Pious Predecessors].

Therefore, it is impermissible to initiate anything on this day related to [celebration], whether it is foodstuffs, drinks, clothing, and exchanging gifts or other than that. It is obligated on a Muslim to nobly [adhere to his (or her)] religion and should not be one who goes with the flow- following everyone who calls to something.

[Source: An excerpt from (Majmoo Fataawaa 16/199). slightly paraphrased]

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Ruling on the Qur’aniyyoon – Those who reject the Sunnah – Shaykh Saaleh Fawzaan

Honourable Shaykh – May Allāh give you success – this questioner says, What is the ruling on those called Qurāniyūn, those who reject the noble hadīth, and they say we suffice ourselves with the Qurān only?

This is disbelief, this is disbelief in Allāh The Mighty & Majestic because the Hadīth is revelation from Allāh The Mighty & Majestic, it is the second revelation after the Qurān. Nor does he speak of (his own) desire. It is only an Inspiration that is inspired. The speech of the prophet is revelation from Allāh the Mighty & Majestic, the pronouncement is the Messenger’s, however the meaning is from Allāh.

Allah the Mighty and Majestic said [in the Qur’an]: “And whatsoever the Messenger gives you, take it, and whatsoever he forbids you, abstain (from it)” 59:7

And this one says, I only take from the Qur’an. “And whatsoever the Messenger gives you, take it” He says, No, I won’t take. What sort of speech is this?!

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What is the Meaning of Hizbiyyah and What is The Ruling Upon It? Shaykh Ubaid Al Jaabiree

A questioner from Germany asks:

“What is the definition of Hizbiyyah and what is its ruling?”

Watch the video for the answer.

Your question O my child from Germany is composed of two parts. The first: concerning the meaning of hizbiyyah and I say you have done well for asking this question. So hizbiyyah is to unite and side with an individual, individuals or a group other than Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamā’ah. And it’s possible (the people of hizbiyyah) side themselves with a number of groups. So you find one of them for example, uniting with Jamā’atu-Tablīgh, Jamā’atul-ikhwān, Jamā’atul-jihād or other than them from the present day da’wah affiliated groups that are all deviated and misguide people.

I say this without any reluctance, as this is what I profess as my religion before Allāh.

So you find him (a person of hizbiyyah) making his friendship and allegiance towards those who side with him, a groups of people, a single individual or various individual persons.  He builds his allegiance and enmity based on them.

It was this that Shaykhul-Islām – may Allāh have mercy upon him – signified with his saying, “And whosoever raises for the people a man for whose sake friendship and enmity is formed, then he is  from those who have divided their religion and split into sects” and with this detailed explanation – if Allāh wills – I think you have understood the meaning of hizbiyyah. It is taken from (the word) tahazzub (to form partisanship).

As for the second part and that is your question concerning its ruling – it is an innovation and misguidance. So whoever sides himself with other than the Salafis – and they are the People of Hadīth (prophetic narrations), Ahlul- Athar, (people of narrations), the Victorious Party, the Saved Sect, the People of Sunnah and Jamā’ah (unity).

So this is the reality of despicable hizbiyyah and (one who falls into it) is from those who have divided their religion and split into sects.

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