From the books of Islaam, I have not seen knowledge [content] of the likes of “al-Muhallaa” of Ibn Hazm, and the book “al-Mughnee” of Muwaffaq ad-Deen [Ibn Qudaamah].
Whoever does not act in accordance with his knowledge, then his knowledge has not benefited him; rather it has harmed him.
[So] my question [is]: Is the reward for listening to these cassette [recordings] the same as the reward for sitting in the masjid itself and the descending of the angels around them, enclosing them with the Mercy [of Allaah]?
We pursued this affair [of seeking knowledge] and [when] we looked [around us], we did not find anyone doing an action without knowledge, except that [as a result] he would do more good than harm.
Is it permissible for women to go to the masaajid and the [Islaamic] study lessons (circles)?
Is it permissible for a muslim woman to attend gatherings of knowledge (study circles) and fiqh lessons in the masaajid?
Is the book «al-Muharrar» of Ibn ‘Abdil-Haadee not better than «Buloogh al-Maraam» [of Ibn Hajar al-Asqalaanee]?
Briefly, what is the way to seek knowledge, and may Allaah reward you with good?
What is your opinion regarding the book “Fiqh as-Sunnah” of Sayyid Saabiq?