What is your advice – O Shaykh – to the one who burns these books, namely: “al-Qutbiyyah” and “Madaarik an-Nathar” and attacks their authors?
Noble Shaykh – may Allaah protect and preserve you – I have a desire to seek Islaamic knowledge; I hope you can explain [to us] the correct manner of seeking Islaamic knowledge, and [may] Allaah grant you good?
Is it permissible for women to go to the masaajid and the [Islaamic] study lessons (circles)?
Is it permissible for a muslim woman to attend gatherings of knowledge (study circles) and fiqh lessons in the masaajid?
Is the book «al-Muharrar» of Ibn ‘Abdil-Haadee not better than «Buloogh al-Maraam» [of Ibn Hajar al-Asqalaanee]?
Briefly, what is the way to seek knowledge, and may Allaah reward you with good?
What is your opinion regarding the book “Fiqh as-Sunnah” of Sayyid Saabiq?
It is apparent that many students of knowledge steer away from perfecting the rules of the Arabic language (grammar), considering it’s importance – what is your point of view?
There are some students of knowledge who are keen to attend lessons given by students of knowledge without giving importance to attending the lessons of the scholars…