Category Archives: Naseeha|Advice

Advice to those who are always on the Internet – Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih Al-‘Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah)


Question: Noble Shaykh, we would like for you to give some golden advices to some of the religious youth who are constantly using the internet, may Allaah reward you with good. Answer: Na’am. It is known that the internet contains … Continue reading

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Advice to the Women


Shaykh Ahmad Bazmool (may Allah preserve him) was asked: We request from you some guidance for the women regarding spreading the salafi da’wah and also nurturing and educating the children upon this correct manhaj. “There is no doubt that the … Continue reading

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Should I advise him even if he knows he is wrong? – Explained by the Mufti Shaykh Abdul Aziz


Question: What is the ruling if I see a person committing a sin and I do not advise him with the excuse that he knows the ruling (that what he is doing is haram)? The Mufti Shaykh Abdul Aziz: The … Continue reading

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The Effects of Admonition upon the people


Imaam Ibnul Jawzee (rahimahullaah) said: Indeed the listener is aroused at the time of hearing admonitions; but when he leaves a gathering (in which) Allaah is remembered he returns to a (state) of impenitence and heedlessness.  So I pondered and … Continue reading

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Helping Sinners Repent or Insulting Them?


It has been relayed that Shaykh Saalih Aal ash-Shaykh (may Allaah bless and preserve him) said: From the sayings of Aboo ad-Dardaa’ -(may Allaah be pleased with him) Once when Aboo ad-Dardaa’ passed by a man who had committed a … Continue reading

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Knowledge slips away from the person who does not strive in studying


The noble scholar Muhammad ibn Saalih al ‘Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah) said, addressing students at the Imam Muhammad ibn Sa’ood Islamic University at al Qaseem on 25th Jumaada al Oolaa, 1417AH: At this moment you are in this place at (your) differing … Continue reading

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What advice can be offered to the Muslim men who are so busy with affairs of da’wah that they neglect the rights of their families?


QUESTION: What advice can be offered to the Muslim men who seek knowledge at Islaamic centers, get involved in various affairs of da’wah, and then socialize with the brothers (at the masjid and elsewhere), while neglecting their families’ rights in … Continue reading

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A Husband Having Inappropriate Conversations With Other Women?


Q: May Allaah give you good, the questioner asks: Is it permissible for a woman to seek a divorce if she finds out that her husband has inappropriate conversations with (other) women and gives them gifts and meets with them? … Continue reading

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The Rights of The (Upright) Scholars and Teachers


Imam Sadi (rahimahullaah) stated: They [i.e. (the upright) scholars and teachers] are the mediators between the Messenger (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) and his Ummah with regards to propagation of his religion and clarification of his sharee-ah. Had it not been for these ones, … Continue reading

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Advising one another


From the morals and manners of the Salaf was that they would advise one another. The elder would not be offended if advise by the young. This is the opposite situation to the light headed people we have today. The … Continue reading

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