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Sh. Ahmad Musa Jibril / This Is Our Beloved Muhammad PBUH, (America)! {Innocence of Muslims}

Sheikh Ahmad Musa Jibril’s response to the movie ‘Innocence of Muslims’ and all those who are attacking Islam.


Find out who the real Muhammad (pbuh) was. He was a lover of the environment, a women’s rights liberator, a carer of the orphan, a man of mercy and of justice. This isn’t only a response to the cheap film that was made but also a means to let everyone know who Muhammad (pbuh) truly was. THE GREATEST MAN TO WALK THIS EARTH!!!

His fragrance…

‘Utba Al-Sulami is a great Sahabi who entered Islam before Fatih Makkah. He witnessed two battles under the leadership of the Prophet, salah allahu ‘alayhi wa salam. I translated the following from a book, ‘Men that history won’t forget’ by Shaikh Mahmoud Al-Masri, 2/318:

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Sh. Sa’ud Shuraim’s Poem: Denouncing the one who insults the Prophet (saw) – Hamza Kashgari

A timely poem by the Imam of al-Haram al-Makki, Sheikh Dr. Saud al-Shuraim denouncing the attacks on the Prophet (sallalahu alayhi wasallam) by the apostate enemy of Allah Hamza Kashgari, who insulted the Prophet (sallalahu alayhi wasallam) on Twitter and under the guise of ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy’ and then promptly fled Saudi Arabia.

E-Book: The Prophet (saw) As A Husband

All of us wonder about the way the Messenger (PBUH) was with his wives. How he dealt with them? How he treated them equally?

The Prophet accomplished the happiness to every one of them; that is because he knew how to deal with women. He penetrated deeply into her sensitive soul and he went on apostrophizing her with the warmth of passion and assisted her to work for her religion and life.

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Imam ibn al-Qayyim: “The one who neglects to teach his son that which will benefit him…”

Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

“The one who neglects to teach his son that which will benefit him and leaves him to his own devices has wronged him severely. Most children only become corrupt because of their parents and their neglect of them, and their failure to teach them the obligatory duties and Sunnahs of Islam. They neglect them when they are young then they are not able to benefit themselves or their parents when they grow up.”

[Tuhfat al-Mawdood (p. 229)]

E-Books: Sunan ibn Majah (5 Volumes)

Ahadith began to be put down in writing even during the era of the Prophet (S), but these Ahadith were no better than compilations individuals. Their purpose was just to put them down in writing, with: regard for order or sequence. Later, during the caliphate of ‘Umar bin ‘Abdul-‘Aziz (99 AH-101 AH), the state undertook this task but most of the works in this field were the products of individual labor. During the second century of the Hijra calendar, famous books like Muwatta’ of Imam Malik and Musnad of Imam Shafi were prepared but the third stage recording Ahadith, known as the Golden Age, came only in the third century AH. Many collections were made in this age. These included the Six Books (Kutub Sittah), popularly known as the Sound Six (Sahah Sitta), Sunan of Ibn Majah being one of them and considered the last of them.

Sunan Ibn Majah began to be included in the Six Books by the end of the fifth century AH. Since then, in every succeeding age, it kept on growing value and importance. With respect to soundness and strength, Sunan Ad Darimi, Sunan Ad-Daraqutni and other books of Sunan were superior Sunan Ibn Majah but they did not gain popularity like Sunan Ibn Majah.

It is to be noted that Sunan is a technical term used by scholars of Had sciences to denote a book of Ahadith relating to legal rulings, from the Chapters of Purification down to the Chapter on Wills in the same order as followed in books of Islamic jurisprudence.

How important and useful the Sunan Ibn Majah is, can also be gauged the fact that when Ibn Majah showed his work to Imam Abu Zar’ah, the latter remarked: ‘If this book reached the public, all or most of the existing Jawami would cease to be used. The words of Imam Abu Zar’ah proved be true to the last letter. Several Jawami, Musnads and Sunan were eclipsed by Ibn Majah’s Sunan.

Hafiz Ibn Hajar termed the book Jami’ Jaiyid (a good, comprehensive Hadith collection).

The book, As-Sunan by Imam Ibn Majah was an excellent and beneficial work that stunned the scholars of his time.

He himself said about the book: “I showed this book to Abu Zur’ah Razi. He checked it and said, ‘I think if people lay their hands on this book, all or most of other great compiled works will become unnecessary.”

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