Source: Saudi Gazette Millions of Muslim faithful braved sizzling sun and sultry weather on Friday to offer noon prayers in the Two Holy Mosques in Makkah and Madinah as authorities took all steps to provide ease and comfort to them in what could be the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan this year. […]
Idelogies of extremism, fanaticism and terrorism are what corrupt the earth – and have no place in Islaam, rather, they are the primary enemies of Islaam.
I fear the situation will get worse, and the people will forget the [Islaamic] ruling regarding music, such that if someone was to explain it [to them], they will reject it, and he will be labelled as being extreme.
Source: Arab News The ballistic missile launched by the Houthi militias targeting the holy city of Makkah late on Thursday evoked worldwide condemnation on Friday with foreign ambassadors in Riyadh, key world leaders and prominent organizations joining Saudi society in unequivocally denouncing the “heinous act.” In a uniform voice, ambassadors in the capital slammed the […]
Members of the Council of Senior Scholars emphasized the importance of the role played by scholars in disseminating rightful information and revealing the shallow tricks of terrorists in trying to lure people away from the rightful path.
Saudi Arabia has suffered a total of 208 deaths and 1,127 injuries from 51 terror attacks since 1979, the government said on Tuesday, in a move to dispel malicious and seemingly orchestrated reports tagging the Kingdom as a sponsor of terrorism.
The Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Call and Guidance has directed all imams of the mosques in Jeddah not to allow seminars, lectures or symposia without permission from relevant authorities.
…and many people have extreme reverence (ghuloo) towards their shaykhs the type [of ghuloo] which exists in the shee’ah in their extreme reverence towards their imaams.
What is the limit, which if a person exceeds with respect to the religion, then it is considered extremism (ghuloo)?