Whilst studying abroad, a man abandoned the prayer for a number of years, and he [also] stopped fasting for three years. When he returned back [home] to his country, he repented [to Allaah]; so should he make up the prayers and fasts [he has missed]?
As for the Shaykh’s car, then it was as if it were a camel carrying the brothers, because the Shaykh used to take them from one place to another in it.
If a caller [to Islaam] invites [someone] to [do] something which he is unable to do himself – even after having tried – but finds the one he is inviting will be able to do it, should he [still] invite him to do it?
What is better: [is it] to give zakaah to poor and needy relatives whom I am not financially responsible for, or that I give it to the poor and needy neighbour?
I went out with my father and we came to Madeenah. Maalik ibn Anas then sent us a plate of fresh dates. So he (my father) then placed 1,000 deenaars and returned it (the plate) to him.
On the Day of Reckoning, the glorification (تسبيح) and praise (حمد) of Allaah in the account of the believer is better [for him] than to be accompanied by a mountain of gold.