Yasir ad-Dowsary

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Surat an-Nas

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The Call To Prayer (Athan)

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Reciter Muhammad al-Luhaydan

Allaahu Akbar , Allaahu Akbar

Allaah is the Greatest, Allaahu is the Greatest

Ashhadu an Laa ilaha illAllaahu, Ashhadu an Laa ilaha IllAllaahu

I testify that there is no god worthy of worship in truth except Allaahu, I testify that there is no god worthy of worship in truth except Allaahu

Ashhadu ana Muhammadan Rasoolillah, Ashadu ana Muhammadan Rasoolillah

I testify that Muhmmad is the final Prophet and Messenger of Allaahu, I testify that Muhammad is the final Prophet and Messenger of Allaahu

Haya ala Salaat, Haya ala Salaat

Come to Prayer, Come to Prayer

Haya al al-Falaah, Haya al al-Falaah

Come to Success! Come to Success!

Allaahu Akbar, Allaahu Akbar

Allaah is the Greatest, Allaahu is the Greatest

Laa ilaha illAllaahu

There is no god or diety worthy of worship in truth except Allaah.

Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Sheikh (hafidahullah)

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Don’t Abuse The Concept of Jihad

Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Sheikh

source: http://fatwa-online.com/news/0030822.htm

“Don’t Abuse the Concept of Jihaad

RIYADH, 22 August 2003 — Saudi Arabia’s highest religious authority urged Muslims yesterday to shun extremism and avoid waging unjustified jihaad as the Kingdom cracks down on militants.

In a lengthy statement, Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Sheikh told Saudis to listen to their religious authorities and ignore fanatical interpretations of Islaam.

“One of the fallouts from extremism in understanding Islaam is that some people call for jihaad for the sake of God without justification,” Sheikh Abdul Aziz said.

“These people raise the banner of jihaad to draw the young into their ranks and not to fight for God,” he added.

Militants like Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden have often called for jihaad against countries they consider “infidel” such as the United States, urging his followers to target Western interests in Saudi Arabia and abroad.

Other militants have also used Islaam as a rallying cry, justifying attacks by saying they are doing God’s will.

“Young Muslims must try and better themselves and their country but not through violence, because Islaam is not a violent religion, it is a merciful religion,” he said.

“A Muslim must understand his religion. It is the duty of the young and the whole Muslim world to know that violence is not a way to achieve reform,” Al-Sheikh said.

The grand mufti emphasized that the struggle against a perceived evil should not lead to a greater evil.

“The Prophet (peace be upon him) told us to combat evil. But there is a general rule to look at both advantages and disadvantages. And if fighting an evil leads to a greater one, then that fight is forbidden,” he said.

The grand mufti said one of the reasons some people attacked and frightened others was ignorance.

“Ignorance is a killer disease because a person thinks that he is right when he is wrong,” he said and stressed the importance of right guidance. “One of the reasons also is mistrust of our scholars. It is people’s duty to trust their scholars and leaders,” he said.

Last week, the Kingdom’s highest Islaamic authority denounced terror attacks in the Kingdom, describing them as “serious criminal acts,” and pledged its full support for the government.

“Acts of sabotage such as bombings, murder and destruction of property are serious criminal acts and an aggression against innocent people… which warrant severe and deterrent punishment,” the Council of Senior Islaamic Scholars said in a statement.

The 17-member council, headed by the grand mufti, declared its support for the actions being taken by the state to track down terrorists in an effort to shield the country from their actions.

The Islaamic body had called on the Saudi people to “stand behind the country’s leadership and their scholars,” at these difficult times in the fight against “evildoers.”

The statement dubbed “misguided and ignorant” those who claim that terrorism was part of jihaad, or holy war. It said people who provide shelter to suspected militants were committing a “grave sin.”

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Arab News

The Importance of Sticking to the Ulamaa

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Brother Abu Uwais Abdullaah Ali (Rahimullaah), Masjid Rahma, Newark, NJ.

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Sh. Uubayd bin abdillah al-Jaabiree (hafidahullah)

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1357-Present

Sh. Uubayd answers a loaded question: What do you say about those Salafees who stick to specific shaykhs and call other shaykhs Qutbees and Ikhwaanees?

Sh. Zayd bin Muhammad al-Madkhalee

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1357 A.H.- Present

When does a person become Hizbi?

Sh. Saalih bin Fawzaan ibn aabdillah al-Fawzaan (hafidahullah)

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1354 A.H.-Present

Sh. Saalih Al Fawzaan Praises Sh. Rabee’s Refutation Of  Sayyid Qutb