Some of the people do not know [the true value of] Ramadhaan except that it is [for them] to sleep during the day, and be awake at night engaged in idle chat and gossip…
He who [exherts himself in] protect[ing] his religion, and [likewise protecting] his prayer – which [itself] is a pillar of the religion [of Islaam], does not leave it wherever he may be
From the greatest of blessings upon us is the blessing of Islaam and the blessing of the Qur.aan…
After [being blessed with] eemaan, the worshipper [of Allaah] has not been blessed with anything better than intellect.
The one who safeguards himself the most, is the one who protects his tongue the most [from false and idle speech]…
…[so] the religion will disappear a Sunnah at a time, just as a rope loses its strength little by little.
And if we lose it, then we have lost ourselves and incurred the Anger of Allaah.
Maintaining close ties with the scholars
Because they spoke for the honour of Islaam, and the salvation of the soul, and the pleasure of Allaah.
After he finished working at al-Jaami’ah al-Islaamiyyah [in Madeenah], Saudi Arabia [continued to] pay al-‘Allaamah al-Albaanee a salary for the rest of his life.