The poem “Haiyyah Ibn Abi Dawud” authored by Abu Bakr Ibn Abi Dawud, containing the Aqeedah of Ahl as-Sunnah, set out in a workbook format for students.
The treatise “I’tiqad aimmat al-Hadith” (The creed of the Imaams of Hadith) authored by Al-Hafidh Abu Bakr al-Isma’ili (d:371h), set out in a workbook format for students.
The treatise “Six Fundamental Principles” authored by Muhammad Ibn AbdulWahhab, set out in a workbook format for students.
What is the ruling of inviting people for the opening of a Masjid, preparing food or holding opening ceremonies?
The love of the Prophet is not attained through innovations, rather it is attained through following his Sunnah and avoiding Bid’ah….
A rejection of the Mawlid based on a clarification of the basis of Islam, and a comparison to Christianity and Shia doctrines
A four part series of lessons in which the definitions, categorisations, rulings, principles and doubts arelating to Bid’ah (religious innovations) are studied.
We strive, struggle and write, and we call to Allah, the mighty and majestic. Yet they say regarding us that we are Mumayyi’een, because we call with wisdom, leniency and gentleness.
A concise yet powerful advice written by one of the Imaams of Da’wah which is more pertinent today due to the public differing of students of knowledge