The Saudi people are amongst the best of nations in knowing tawheed, and preserving the Saudi land is a matter of great necessity.
It is not a problem that some of the Muslims today are ignorant about their religion, because this [condition] can be treated (rectified) with knowledge…
A believer will never be complete until he prefers his religion over his desires, and he will never perish until he prefers his desires over his religion.
How should the Muslim engage in inviting [da’wah] to Islaam? And what is the best way to undertake da’wah [activities]?
So whoever commits [a deed] which Allaah and His Messenger have forbidden, has harmed his religion; and he must remedy this harm by repentance and turning back [from this misdeed].
For me to give [even] a dirham in charity to an orphan or a destitute is more beloved to me than [a voluntary] hajj after [having performed] the obligatory first hajj.
There are those who exploit the religion for their own advantage, specifically during the Gulf conflict [of 1991]. So what is your advice regarding that?