Visit our YouTube channel for more Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen said: [As for] Ramadhaan, Allaah (’Azza wa Jall) has singled it out with special characteristics, and that is why we should rejoice at its arrival, and be pleased with it[s] arrival because it is a season of [much] good. Have you seen the tradesmen (business owners) rejoice […]
Visit our YouTube channel for more Shaykh Saalih al-Fowzaan said: And the people of knowledge are well known; not everyone who has a certificate [becomes a scholar], [nor he who] has graduated from a [university] faculty or…not everyone who has memorised ahaadeeth or memorised aayaat [becomes a scholar]. Not everybody who has read books becomes […]
Recitation of the Qur.aan works on the diseases of the heart and mind [like] how honey works on the deficiencies of the body.
If a person were to [carefully] ponder over the Qur.aan, then therein is [sufficiency in] what will refute every innovator’s innovation.
It is befitting for the one whom Allaah has blessed with a beautiful voice for [reciting] the Qur.aan, that he know Allaah has blessed him with immense good.
From the Mercy of Allaah upon His worshippers is that a good deed wipes away a bad deed, and a bad deed does not wipe away a good deed.
Quite possibly, this brother and his like could be better than me and you in front of Allaah.
Shaykh Ihsaan Ilaahee Zaheer informed me about our Shaykh, Muhammad al-Gondalwi that he would not read the newspapers or magazines – so as not to [inadvertantly] memorise them! That is because if he were to read anything, he was [instantly] able to memorise it.
Every day, my father would read a seventh [of the Qur.aan], and he would take a very light sleep after ‘Ishaa. He would then [awake and] stand [the night] in prayer and supplicate until the morning.
Abu Bakr al-Anbaaree said that al-Imaam, al-Haafith Abu ‘Ubayd would divide the night into thirds; so he would pray a third of it, and sleep a third of it, and author books [during] a third of it.