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19

May
2014

In Announcements

By Abu 'Aaminah

Announcement: Al-Siraat Multimedia Portal

On 19, May 2014 | In Announcements | By Abu 'Aaminah

Assalamu Alaykum.

We have launched our new project – Islamic Multimedia Portal:

http://multimedia.alsiraat.co.uk/

One stop portal for Islamic Media: video and audio and will split into different categories like Aqeedah, Dawah, Documentaries, Spoken Word, Campaigns, Courses, etc. Audio section is currently being developed.

Please have a look and give us your suggestions and feedback. Please share this status. JazakAllah Khair.

Al-Siraat

27

Jan
2014

In Announcements

By Abu 'Aaminah

The Polar Vortex by Tarek Mehanna

On 27, Jan 2014 | In Announcements | By Abu 'Aaminah

“The great Syrian scholar Abu Sulayman ad-Darani once said: “I walk out of my home, and my eyesight doesn’t fall on anything around me except that I see in it either a blessing from Allah or a warning from Him.” Continue reading “The Polar Vortex by Tarek Mehanna” »

E-Book: Essentials of Quranic Arabic (2 Volumes)

On 24, Nov 2013 | In Announcements, Arabic / العربية, Books / كُتُب | By Abu 'Aaminah

This two-volume series is a guide for those who want to understand the language of the Qur’an, and yearn to listen to it with comprehension. The methodology of this book is different from others in that conversational Arabic and non-Qur’anic vocabulary are not focused on. Instead, there is a keen emphasis on mastering the key grammar principles of the Qur’an alongside “high-yield” Qur’anic vocabulary. Continue reading “E-Book: Essentials of Quranic Arabic (2 Volumes)” »

25

Mar
2013

In Announcements

By Abu 'Aaminah

E-Book: The Hanbali School and Ibn Taymiyyah: Conflict or Conciliation?

On 25, Mar 2013 | In Announcements | By Abu 'Aaminah

The Hanbali School of Law and Ibn Taymiyyah provides a valuable account of the development of Hanbalite jurisprudence, placing the theoretical and conceptual parameters of this tradition within the grasp of the interested reader. Continue reading “E-Book: The Hanbali School and Ibn Taymiyyah: Conflict or Conciliation?” »

24

Mar
2013

In Announcements

By Abu 'Aaminah

‘…their knowledge was thus ruined.’

On 24, Mar 2013 | In Announcements | By Abu 'Aaminah

Ibn al-Jawzi makes this remarkable entry in his book, ‘Sayd al-Khatir’:

“I met many scholars whose circumstances and depths of knowledge were very different. I found the most beneficial of them to be the one who acted upon his knowledge even if others were more knowledgeable than him. Continue reading “‘…their knowledge was thus ruined.’” »

Free Our Sisters by Sh. Ahmad Musa Jibril

Sheikh Ahmad talking about a group of sisters in Buraydah (Saudi Arabia) who have been arrested for organising a sit-in demanding the release of their imprisoned relatives.

Continue reading “Free Our Sisters by Sh. Ahmad Musa Jibril” »

29

Dec
2012

In Announcements

By Abu 'Aaminah

‘I don’t know’ is so liberating

On 29, Dec 2012 | In Announcements | By Abu 'Aaminah

Bismillah

As-Salaamu 3alaykum,

If you are a practicing Muslim and your appearance stands out in the crowd due to your beard or your full veil, then you know how it feels like when other Muslims or non-Muslims approach you and ask you all sorts of questions. Sometimes it seems as if you are morally obliged to serve as the official spokesperson of Islam just because your appearance is different than other people in your environment. People assume that you must be a scholar or a cleric since you distinguish yourself from others by choosing to look rather different.

When you start practicing as a young person you might get allot of questions from your community because they observe how you are gradually changing. However, after a few years, most people get used to it and they stop quizzing you all the time.

Continue reading “‘I don’t know’ is so liberating” »

30

Nov
2012

In Announcements

By Abu 'Aaminah

Sh. as-Sa’di’s Risalatul Latifah – Usul al-Fiqh – 02 / Ustadh Abdul Rahman Hassan

On 30, Nov 2012 | In Announcements | By Abu 'Aaminah

Orders, Obligitations And Ijtihaad

In this lesson Ustadh AbdulRahman explains the importance of the wording of the Quran and Sunnah, and when it is taken to be an order i.e an obligation. The second part of this lesson he explains who is a ‘Mujtahid’ and when is it necessary to do ‘Taqleed’.

Continue reading “Sh. as-Sa’di’s Risalatul Latifah – Usul al-Fiqh – 02 / Ustadh Abdul Rahman Hassan” »

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