هُوَ اللَّهُ الَّذِي لَا إِلَٰهَ إِلَّا هُوَ الْمَلِكُ الْقُدُّوسُ السَّلَامُ الْمُؤْمِنُ الْمُهَيْمِنُ الْعَزِيزُ الْجَبَّارُ الْمُتَكَبِّرُ ۚ سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ عَمَّا يُشْرِكُونَ ♥ القرآن الكريم 59:23

Posts tagged ‘Shaykh al albaani’

Marrying only a seeker of knowledge

السؤال : هل يجوز لفتاة ان تشترط على من يخطبها ان يكون طالب علم؟

جواب الشيخ الالباني : يعني السؤال واضح و مش واضحح
يعني هي ترغب ان يكون الخاطب من طلاب العلم، شو فيها هي؟
يعني مثل ترغب ان يكون رجل صالح، طيب هي طمّاعة صالح وطالب علم
بالطبع هي لما تطلب هذا الطلب ان يكون طالب علم لا تعني غير صالح
فإذاً هي تعني صالح وطالب علم، شو المانع من هذا، و ليت الفتيات كلهن مثل هذا الجنس

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Question: “Is it allowed for a woman to make a condition that the one proposing to her must be a student of knowledge?”

Shaykh al-Albaani (rahimahullaah) answers:
“She wants the one proposing to be from the students of knowledge, so what’s the problem? Just like her wanting a righteous man, (here) she keenly desires one who is (both) righteous and a student of knowledge. Of course, when she is making this requirement for him to be a student of knowledge, she does not mean someone who is not righteous. Thus, she means one who is (both) righteous and a student of knowledge. What is the problem with this? If only all young women were of this kind.”

source: silsilat ul-hudaa wa nnoor, tape no. 345/7

asaheeha translations
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A Child Asks Shaykh Al-Albaanee A Question (Arabic/English Audio)

..wife of Shaykh Al-Albaanee

A conversation with Shaikh al-Albaanee’s wife, Umm al-Fadl

pdf file: a-conversation-with-umm-al-fadl

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Women and Da’wah – Shaykhuna Al-albaanee raheemahullaah

Women and Da’wah
By Imaam Muhammad Naasirud-Deen al-Albaanee

An explanation the conditions needed for women to be involved in the field of  da’wah.
This is one of the innovations of modern times and it is not specific to women alone.


Question:
What is the best way for women to give da’awah?

Answer:
I say to the women to stay in your homes, and you should not concern yourselves with the da’awah. I rebuke the usage of the word ‘ad-Da’awah’, especially by the male youth who say, ‘those are from the people of the Da’awah’, as if ‘da’awah’ has become the fashion of the modern times. So now every person who has a little knowledge becomes a daa’iyah (caller). So the matter did not stop with the male youth, until it carried to the female youth and to the housewives, until they abandoned the obligations they have towards their houses and their husbands and their children. They turned away from the obligatory things to that which is not obligatory upon them, like giving da’awah. The general rule for the woman is to stay in her home as has been legislated for her, and not to go out except for a dire need. This is because of the statement of the Prophet (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam):

“…and their houses are better for them.”

As opposed to praying in the Mosque. Nowadays, we see a widespread fad between the women that they frequent the mosques for the congregational prayers in addition to the Friday prayer. However, their houses are better for them, except if there is a mosque near them and the imaam is a scholar and he teaches the attendees some knowledge. Then, the women may go out for prayer in the mosque, to listen to the knowledge; there is nothing to prevent them from that. As for the woman excessively involved in da’awah, let her stay in her home and read from the books provided for her by her husband, or her brother, or her mahaarim (close male relatives whom she is not allowed to marry). Then, there is nothing to prevent her from taking a day where she call some of the women to come to her house, or that she goes out herself to attend in them home of a woman to share religious knowledge. So that is better than a group of women going to her.

As for that she embarks on a journey, and it could be that she travels without a mahram, then what is claimed is that she went out for da’awah. This is one of the innovations of modern times and it is not specific to women alone. Even some of the male youth excessively talk about da’awah, and yet they have very little knowledge.

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The founder of ad-Da’watus-Salafiyyah is Allaah ‏الدعوة السلفية

Imaam Muhammad Naasirud-Deen al-Albanee (rahimahullaah) was asked: “It is attributed to you that you say, ‘The founder of ad-Da’watus-Salafiyyah is Allaah.’ So is this correct? And if it is correct, then how do we ascribe an attribute to Allaah that He did not ascribe to Himself?”

So Imaam al-Albanee (d.1420 H, rahimahullaah) answered:

“Yes, I have said that. And this is not an attribute. So speaking about Allaah (‘azza wa jall) without language for an expression of actual reality does not necessarily mean that we have described Allaah with other than what He described Himself. So if I said – in reply to the one who says, ‘So and so is the founder of such and such a da’wah,’ – that the founder (of Salafiyyah) is Allaah; He is the one Who founded the structure of this thing. So this is not a description according to what the Scholars have agreed upon that it is not permissible to apply it to Allaah. So founding (ta’sees) is not from the affair of the human being; it is only an affair of the Lord of the human.”

[Refer to Fataawaa al-Madeenah (no. 48).]


The Noble Scholar, al-‘allaamah ‘Abdur-Razzaaq ‘Afeefee (d.1414 H, rahimahullaah) was asked: “Is it permissible to say about Allaah (‘azza wa jall) that He is ‘Waajibul-Wujood” (One whose existence is obligatory)?”

So he answered:

“This is correct information about Allaah (‘azza wa jall), that He is “Waajibul-Wujood.” And this is by way of information (ikhbaar), not by way of an Attribute (sifah).”

[Refer to Fataawaa (1/164) of Imaam ‘Abdur-Razzaaq ‘Afeefee.]

Ibnul-Qayyim (d.751 H, rahimahullaah) also mentioned something similiar when he said:

“Indeed, that which is applied to Allaah by way of Names and Attributes is tawqeefee (limited to the texts). And whatever is applied to Him by way of ikhbaar (information), then it is not obligatory for it to be tawqeefee, such as Al-Qadeem (the Ancient), ash-Shay` (the Thing), al-Mawjood (the Present), al-Qaa`im bi Nafsihi (the Self-Sufficient).”

[Refer to Badaai ul-Fawaa`id (1/162) of Ibnul-Qayyim.]

All three statements can be found in the footnotes of Shaikh Al-Albani’s book Fundamentals of the Salafee Methodology, pp. 65-66, second edition, English translation