Brief Introduction to the Salafi Dawah

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Salafi Da’wah (da’wah literally means “call”, and in this sense it refers to calling to the truth, preaching and propagation) is that of the Qur’an and the Sunnah Continue reading

​If we grow the beard it will be difficult for us to find work in our country By : Shaykh Sulaymaan Ar-Ruhaylee



“May Allāh reward you with good and be good to you. He says: “If we grow the beard it will be difficult for us to find work in our country, so what is your advice?”
Shaykh Sulaymaan Ar-Ruhaylee, may Allāh preserve him:

“It is incorrect, it is not correct! Rather it is from the whisperings of the Shaytān. Why do I say not correct and I am certain about what I say? Because my Lord (Allāh), Glorified and Exalted is He, says:

{And whosoever fears Allah and keeps his duty to Him (has taqwā of Allāh), He will make a way for him to get out (from every difficulty). And He will provide him from (sources) he never could imagine.} [Sūrah At-Taghābun 65:2-3]

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1. The wisdom behind fasting also a day before or a day after Ashura, and the ruling on fasting it alone


“Regarding the ruling on singling out ‘Ashura’ with fasting; is it incumbent upon the individual to fast also a day before it or a day after it, and what is the wisdom behind that?”

“Ibn-ul-Qayyim (may Allah have mercy upon him) mentions (in his book) ‘Zaad-ul-Ma’ad fee Hadyi Khayr-il-‘Ibaad’, that fasting the Day of ‘Ashura’ is of three categories:

  • The first category, and it is the best of them, is to fast all three days; the ninth, the tenth (‘Ashura’) and the eleventh, that is the best of them. 
  • Followed by (i.e.the next best is) fasting the ninth and the tenth.
  • Then followed by fasting the tenth and the eleventh.

In all of them, and all praises belong to Allah alone, is great virtue. And if he was to single out the Day of ‘Ashura’ and fast it on it’s own then that would be permissible.

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Deobandi Creed – Supplication Through Prophet ﷺ for intercession After His Death



here The PDF Of this Book CLICK HERE

al-Muhannad ‘ala l-Mufannad is a Official Aqeedah Book for Deobandis written by Shaykh. Khalil Ahmad al-Saharanpuri . This Aqeeda is Consensus Among The All the Ulama A Deoband . Because This is a Aqaid book of deoband

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Salafi Scholars about Teaching & Conveying the True Da’wah Without Tazkiyah / Shahadaat (certifications)




Lets See What Salafi Scholars Says Abou this Issue 

Al Allamah Shaykh Abdal-Muhsin al-Abbaad.

Al Allamah Shaykh. Saleh Al Fawzaan 

Al Allamah Shaykh. Uthyameen 

Al Allamah Shaikh. Rabee

Shaykh. Zayd AL Madkhali

Shaykh Muhammad bin Haadee 

Shaykh Ahmed an-Najmee

Shaykh. Sulayaman Ar Ruhaylee 

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Concerning the History of the Mawlid { E- Book }


Every One Must Read This Book .Concerning the History of the Mawlid: Loving and Respecting the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) Between the Ikhlāṣ (Sincerity) and Ittibāʿ (Following, Imitation) of the Companions (radiyallaahu anhum) and the Nifāq (Hypocrisy) and Ibtidāʿ (innovation) of the Bāṭinī Ismāʿīlī Shiʿites


Qawaid Fee Asma wa Sifaat || Explained by: Shaykh Abu Zaid Zameer Hafidahullah ( Urdu Lectures )



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Course: Qawaid Fee Asma wa Sifaat

By: Shaykh Muhammad ibn Salih al-Uthaymeen Rahimaullah

Explained by: Shaykh Abu Zaid Zameer Hafidahullah

Qawaid fee Asma wa seefat Dars : 1 by : Shaykh. Abu Zaid zameer

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Qawaid fee Asma wa Seefat Dars 2 by : Shaykh. Abu Zaid zameer

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Qawaid fee Asma Wa Seefat Dars : 3 By : Shaykh.Abu Zaid zameer

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The Falsehood and Misguidance of Yasir Qadhi Made Plain and Clear


Regarding Yasir Qadhi He Left the Path of Madina University and enrolled In YALE University ‘s islamic study program 2005. he finished his phd in 2013 . for 8 years he studied Islam under the Atheists , Unbelivers , Innovators , Shia People..

He Himself Said : Yasir Qadhi said I Left the Path of salafies. & also he said Salafi Islam is Trend it is not A Authentic Movement. 

Yasir Qadhi : said “Well I guess 20 years ago when I was a teenager I definitely would have self identified as a Salafi Muslim but over the course of the last decade or so I’ve kind of sort of grown out of the movement now.”

Interviewer: “What does that mean, ‘grown out of the movement’?”

Yasir Qadhi : “I found the movement is not as intellectually stimulating as I would like it to be….“

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