‘The Shaykh met with Shaykh ‘Abdus-Samad Sharafuddeen, the well-known researcher, and one of the major scholars of India, and they formed between themselves a knowledge-based correspondence.
How can we relate between [the term] eemaan being: Eemaan in Allaah and His Angels and His Books and His Messengers and the Last Day and in Predestination, [both] the good and the bad…
“O Uncle, if you permit me, I shall repeat them [all] from memory.”
No hadeeth of the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ has ever reached me, except that I have acted according to (practiced) it – even if only once.
It is befitting for a man who hears something from the manner of the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ, that he holds firm to it.
There isn’t a hadeeth I have scribed except that I have acted in accordance to it; Even when I learnt that the Prophet ﷺ was cupped and gave Abu Taybah a deenaar [for cupping him], I also got cupped and gave the cupper a deenaar.
Is it permissible to spread ahaadeeth of the Prophet ﷺ via [the various] means of communication without verifying the authenticity of the hadeeth?
Until when will a man [continue to] write hadeeth? He said: Until he dies, and the remaining ink will [then] be poured into his grave.
‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Mahdee dictated 20,000 hadeeth to us from memory.
Which of the two is better for the student of knowledge when he starts out seeking knowledge – memorising the Book of Allaah (‘Azza wa Jall) or merely reciting it