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NEW VIDEO! Why Are the Gates of Paradise Opened in Ramadhaan? – Shaykh Fawzaan

From the virtues of this month is that the gates of paradise are opened during it. And that is by making righteous deeds easy and making them easy for the people of Imaan. Because Paradise is attained by righteous deeds.

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NEW VIDEO! Virtues of Reaching Ramadhaan – Shaykh Fawzaan

We encourage ourselves and encourage our Muslim brothers to rejoice [at the arrival of] this month and to praise Allah for reaching it and to ask Allah to allow them to reach the end of it, and that He aids them to take advantage of it by fasting its days and praying its nights.

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NEW VIDEO! How Should Ramadhaan Be Received? – Shaykh Fawzaan

The advice is that you ask Allah, the Exalted, that He allows you to reach Ramadhaan, then ask Allah to aid you in taking advantage of it.

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Returning to Sin after Making Repentance – Shaykh Saaleh Aal Ash Shaykh

 

The Questioner says: I am a young man who has transgressed against himself greatly (meaning he was very sinful), and I have now followed the path to repentance – and all praise is due to Allaah – however, there are still some aspects of disobedience that entice me, so what is your advice to me and those like me? May Allaah reward you with goodness.

Answer:
And I say to you: May Allaah reward you for drawing near to Allaah the Mighty and Majestic and (for your) repentance and regret of what has passed (of sins), and from your caution from the effects of these sins and disobedience.
And the slave (of Allaah) if he was upon a (particular) state then becomes upright and repents (to Allaah) then indeed very few are those who do not keep some things that they used to do before of sins. But upon him (the questioner – or anyone in this situation) are 3 affairs:

  1. To attach great importance to his (act of) his drawing near to Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, and to know that the reward for him being upright is Jannah. And (to know) that by way of sins, he could return to his previous state that he was previously upon.
  2. To be cautious of sitting with those who used to do those sins with him. Because they will facilitate (the sin) for him and so he could return to them (and their ways) after his repentance and drawing near to Allaah.
  3. To search for righteous companions of a similar age to him who will aid him upon goodness and will reduce the chances of him returning to those sins. And if what entices him entices him then he makes plenty of Istighfaar (asking Allaah for forgiveness) and he is determined (not to return to it).
    “As for those who strive hard in Us (Our Cause), We will surely guide them to Our Paths (i.e. Allaah’s religion – Islamic Monotheism). And verily, Allaah is with the Muhsineen (Good doers).”
    And in the narration:
    “One who seeks forgiveness from Allaah will not persist (upon a sin) even if he returns to it 70 times.”
    So the slave (of Allaah) seeks forgiveness a lot, he knows that he sins so he seeks forgiveness. However, he doesn’t persist upon disobedience because he doesn’t care, rather he seeks forgiveness. Every time he does (the sin) and his soul entices him, he seeks forgiveness from Allaah the Mighty and Majestic. For indeed Allaah is Al Ghafoor (The One who forgives extensively) Ar Raheem (the Bestower of Mercy).

Video: Is There Anyone Who is Free from Sin? – Shaykh Fawzaan

Shaykh Salih al-Fawzaan was asked: How does a Muslim discern if a calamity that occurred to him, is due to his sins or a test from Allāh (The Mighty & Majestic)?
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Listening to Anasheeds instead of Music – Shaykh Saalih Al-Fawzaan

Al-Allaamah Saalih Al-Fawzaan (hafidahullah) in response to the false claim of those who love and listen to anasheeds:

The statement, “I listen to anasheeds as an alternative to music”, is like the one who says, “I wash urine (away) with urine.”


At-Taleeq ala Ighaathatul Lahfaan 26/5/1437

Invalid Defensive Excuses Given By Muslims When They Commit Evil – Shaykh Uthaymeen

Question To Imaam Muhammad Bin Saaleh Al-Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah):

When a Muslim shows disapprove of evil (committed by) another person, he (i.e. the doer of the evil) replies to him saying, ‘’You are intrusive’’ or ‘’Do not interfere in that which does not concern you’’. Is this speech correct in such an instance and what should be the reply to (this person)?

Answer:

This speech of his is incorrect. To say to a person who disapproves of his evil that ‘’You are intrusive’’ or ‘’This is not your concern’’. This is not correct because Allaah (The Most High) commanded us forbid evil and enjoin good. It is obligatory upon us to enjoin good and forbid evil according to our ability, whether the one who is commanded or prohibited likes it or not. And he (i.e. the one who rejects the evil) should reply to him (saying), ‘’Indeed, this concerns me because Allaah has commanded me to enjoin good and forbid evil, and that is because the believer to another believer is like a solid building- one part supporting the other. So that which concerns a Muslim is a concern of his brother (i.e. in this instance). [Source: Al-Manaahiy Al-Laf-Dhiyyah’ Page 144]

 

Shaytaan’s Way of Trapping You – Shaykh Baazmool

Shaikh Muhammad Baazmool ( may Allaah preserve him ) stated : They (i.e. the scholars) say, “Shaytaan calls the son of Adam and the first thing he calls him to is shirk; if he (i.e. the person) does not answer his (i.e. shaytaan’s) call, he calls him to bidah; if he does not answer his call, he calls him to commit major sins; if he does not answer his call, he calls him to commit minor sins; if he does not answer his call, he calls him to commit the (deeds that are not forbidden but they are) disliked; if he does not answer him, he calls him to abandon the recommended deeds; if he does not answer his call, he calls him to increase in (partaking) in the permissible (things of the worldly life).

[Source: At-Tahdheer Minal Bidah Fil Hajj ‘ page 15]

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