My advice to the students of knowledge everywhere is to stand [firm] in a single line behind the[ir] Muslim leaders with respect to the precautionary measures [they have introduced] to deal with the Coronavirus pandemic.
If it were not for the scholars transmitting the knowledge, and teaching the people – generation after generation, the people would have all perished.
We are a group of youth who live together, and we came to an agreement that whoever amongst us misses the Fajr prayer, then he must give each of those who prayed in congregation ten riyals?
Ahmad ibn Mahdee was someone who [despite having] experienced [financial] loss and [an increase in] wealth, he spent 300,000 dirhams on the people of knowledge.
Once we were in the room in al-Masjid al-Haraam in which the Shaykh used to respond to the questions of the people; the room became packed due to a group who had come from the Soviet Union.