Posts Tagged ‘Abdur’

Useful Means Leading to a Happy Life – Imam as-Sa’dee

January 19, 2013

An excellent and important book by Imam Abdur Rahman as Sa’dee

 

Arabic text: al wasaa’il al mufeedah

 

Arabic audio (by the brother Abu Ahmad ash-Shaythamee who recites, records, and posts many beneficial books of the ulama)

http://ajurry.ws/alshaydamy/alwasail-almofidah-lilhayat-assaidah.mp3

Explanation by Shaikh Saalih as Suhaymee  (Arabic only):

http://www.alharamain.gov.sa/index.cfm?do=cms.scholarsubject&schid=5755&subjid=6599&audiotype=lectures&browseby=speaker

The Scholars on Ihyaa Turaath and Abdur Rahman Abdul Khaaliq

November 12, 2012

This is a collection of the statements of the ulama regarding both Jam’iyyah Ihyaa Turaath and Abdur Rahman Abdul Khaaliq taken from:

http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=9&Topic=5220

and

http://www.sahab.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=117024

The statements of such scholars as:

Shaikh Muhammad Saalih Uthaymeen

Shaikh Albanee

Shaikh Muqbil

Shaikh Rabee

Shaikh Ubaid al Jaabiree

Shaikh Ahmad Subayee

and more

Download the file from here:

The Scholars on Ihyaa Turaath and Abdur Rahman Abdul Khaaliq

 

 

The Living Scholar Abdur Rahman al Ajlaan

October 13, 2012

This is a summary translation of Shaikh Abdur Rahman al Ajlaan’s biography taken from:

http://www.albaidha.net/vb/showthread.php?t=32050

He was born in Uyoon al-Jawaa’, one of the sub-districts of the district of Qaseem in the year 1357 after the Hijrah

He studied in the beginner schools (kuttaab) in Uyoon al Jawaa’.  In the year 1368 he enrolled in Faisal school in Buraidah, the first school (madrasah) to open in Qaseem.  He graduated from there in 1371.  In 1374 he enrolled in the Institute of Knowledge in Buraidah. In 1379 he enrolled in the College of Sharee’ah in Riyadh.  In 1386 he enrolled in the Higher Judicial Institute when it first opened.

From his work:

In the year 1372H (when he was 15), he was appointed teacher in Tharmadaa Elementary School which the Crown Prince Sa’ood ibn Abdul Azeez  had commanded to be opened. 

He was appointed to teach in the Prophet’s masjid

He was appointed to teach in the College (or Faculty) of Sharee’ah in Riyaad in 1386

In 1387 he was appointed Supervisor of the Institutes of Knowledge

In 1389 he was entrusted before the Chief Justice Shaikh Muhammad ibn Ibraheem Aalush Shaikh with opening the first Saudi courthouse in the Emirates, in the Emirate of al-Fujairah

In 1393 he was entrusted by command of the noble King Faisal – rahimahullah – with opening the courthouse of ‘Ajmaan (in UAE) and was appointed by him as a judge in it until the year 1405 when he requested to be moved to Makkah. So he was appointed a judge in the Higher Court of Makkah. He continued in that along with being entrusted with teaching in the Sacred Masjid until the year 1410 when the order came from the Servant of the two noble Sacred Precincts, King Fahd ibn Abdul Azeez – rahimahullah – appointing him head of the courts in the Qaseem district.  He continued in that until the year 1420 when he sought early retirement (at age 63) so that he could continue teaching in the Sacred Masjid and he is still teaching there.  He also taught in the University Ummul Quraa in the College of Sharee’ah.  He also taught in the higher department at Darul Hadeeth al Khairiyyah in Makkah and he is still doing that.

From his teachers:

Shaikh Abdul Azeez ibn Baz

Shaikh Abdullah ibn Humaid

Shaikh Muhammad Ameen Shanqeetee

Shaikh Abdur Razzaq Afeefee

Shaikh Abdullah Ghudyaan

From his lessons in the Sacred Precinct in Makkah:

Tafsir Ibn Kathir

Tayseerul Allaam Sharh Umdatul Ahkaam

Subulus Salaam Sharh Bulooghul Maraam

Fat-hul Majeed Sharh Kitaabut Tawheed

al Aqeedatul Waasitiyyah by Shaikhul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah

(and many more)

(end of what was taken from that post)

Shaikh Ubaid al Jaabiree is one of his students 

Translated by Ummu Khadijah

 

Introduction to the tafseer (explanation) of surah Nuh (Noah) 71 (Arabic and English audio):

https://mtws.posthaven.com/introduction-tafsir-sura-noah-sheikh-ajlaan

 

Explanation of the verse “And be kind  to your parents” (Arabic and English Audio)

https://mtws.posthaven.com/kindness-to-parents-by-sheikh-ajlaan

 

 

Is smoking haram?  Shaikh Ajlaan answers (Arabic and English audio):

https://mtws.posthaven.com/is-smoking-haraam-sheikh-ajlaan-answers

 

 

The Living Scholar of the language Abdur Rahman al Kooni

October 3, 2012

Shaikh Abdur Rahman ibn Auf al Kooni, whom Shaikh Abdullah Bukhari  mentions that he was one of his Shaikhs and taught him some grammar:

http://www.albaidha.net/vb/showthread.php?p=153814

11ومنهم شيخنا الشيخ اللغوي البارع (ابن عوف كوني) المشهور بعبد الرحمن بن عوف
الكوني، نزيل في المدينة النبوية، فقد أخذتُ منه (ملحة الإعراب) للعلامة الحريري،
مع مجالس نحوية أخرى

And from them is our Shaikh, The Scholar and Master of the language – Ibn Auf Kooni – known as Abdur Rahman ibn Awf al Kooni, residing in the City of the Prophet.  I took from him “Mulhatul-I’raab” by al-Allaamah al-Hareeree, along with other grammar classes

 

He is also mentioned in the second to last post here:

http://www.salafitalk.net/st/printthread.cfm?Forum=15&Topic=3516

 

The sheikh is sheikh Abdulrahman al-Kooni from Maali residing in Madinah, Saudi Arabia, one of the best in the Arabic language in Madinah Mashaallaah, he teaches daily listening to many students at any level in any area of the language. Sheikh Muhammad Ammaan al-Jaami spoke highly of him. I recently recorded a biography of him june 2006, He has studied with the Aalim sheikh Shinqeeti al Kabeer rahimahullaah and then 10 years with sheikh Muhammad Mukhtar rahimahullah the father of the one teaching in the haram in Madinah now. He has explanations of many grammar books, such as Ajromiyyah, Mutamimma, etc.

 

 

http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=28&Topic=7135

After Isha Mashaallaah the ocean in Arabic language mashaallaah sheikh
Abdulrahman al-Kooni explaining Mulhatul ‘Iraab, the first dars was amazing mashaallaah, beautiful benefits in the Arabic nahuw clearly showing at what level this sheikh is at mashaallaah. he mentioned the background of Hareeri the author and then straight into the book,

 

Abdur Rahman al Mu’allimee

October 3, 2012

Taken from:

http://www.spubs.com/sps/sp.cfm?subsecID=SRH08&articleID=SRH080001&articlePages=1

His Life

He is the Imaam, the ‘Allaamah, ‘Abdur-Rahmaan bin Yahyaa bin ‘Alee bin Muhammad al-Mu’allimee al-‘Utmee al-Yaamaanee.He has been given the ascription of Banee Mu’allim from the city of ‘Utmah in Yemen.He was born in 1313H (1895CE) in ‘Utmah and was raised there and he frequented the city of al-Hujuriyyah – which is behind Ta’z – and he acquired knowledge there.He (then) travelled to Jeezaan in the year 1329H during the imaarah (leadership) of Muhammad bin Alee al-Idreesee at ‘Aseer.

His Positions

He took over the leadership of the Qaadees (Judges) and he was given the title of ‘Shaikh ul-Islaam’.After the death of al-Idreesee in the year 1341H, he travelled to India and worked in Daa’irat ul-Ma’aarif al-‘Uthmaaniyyah in Hyderaabaad ad-Dikn, correcting the books of hadeeth and history and authenticating them. This was at roughly at the beginning of the year 1345H. He remained here for about 25 years, working.He then came to al-Makkah al-Mukarramah in 1371H and was designated – after only one year – with the position of trustee of the Library of the Haram at Makkah.

His Compilations and Works

He has a variety of many books and (short) treatises which he authored for the verification of some issues related to knowledge – whether regarding hadeeth, sulook or aqeedah. – which remain in manuscript form. He also has a compilation of poetry which is also in manuscript form.As for what has been printed from them, then there are many, amongst them;

  • ‘Anwaar ul-Kaashifah’ which is a refutation of the book ‘Adwaa’ alas-Sunnah’ by Mahmood Abu Rayyah and which is not to be lamented over!
  • ‘Talee’atut-Tankeel’
  • ‘At-Tankeel bimaa fee Ta’neeb al-Kawtharee min al-Abaateel’ and this is a very good book, (is of) benefit and is unique. It has been printed with the checking of our Shaikh al-Albaanee – may Allaah protect him.
  • ‘Ilm ur-Rijaal wa Ahimmiyyatihi’ which is this treatise.
  • ‘Maqaamu Ibraaheem’ and this is a very precious book.

He has also checked many of the most important books on ‘Ilm ur-Rijaal’ (the science of the knowledge of the narrators of hadeeth) and history (and) which were printed by Daa’irah al-Ma’aarif al-‘Uthmaaniyyah during his time; such as the book ‘al-Ikmaal’ by Ibn Maakoolaa (4 volumes from it), the book ‘al-Ansaab’ of as-Sam’aanee (4 volumes from it), the book ‘Tadhkiratul-Huffaadh’ of adh-Dhahabee and ‘al-Jarh wat-Ta’deel’ of Ibn Abee Haatim and ‘at-Taareekh al-Kabeer’ of al-Bukhaaree, and others besides them which are numerous.

His Death

He continued to look after the Library of the Haram at Makkah, persisting in (his) study, and being actively engaged in research, verification and knowledge-related investigation, until he was was seen there wholeheartedly devoted to some books and he had departed from (this) life. This was in the year 1386H (1966CE).May have Allaah shower (His) vast mercy upon him.

Sources for His Biography

  • ‘Al-I’laam’ (3/342) of az-Ziriklee.
  • ‘Al-Mustadrak ‘alaa Mu’jam il-Mu’allifeen’ (p.366) of ‘Umar Ridaa Kahhaalah.
  • ‘Majallatul-Mujma’ al-‘Ilmee al-‘Arabee’ (42/574-580), the article of Shaikh
  • Muhammad Bahjah al-Baytaar – may Allaah have mercy upon him.
  • ‘Majallatul-Hajj’ (10/617-618), the article of Abdullaah ibn Abdur-Rahmaan al-Mu’allimee.
  • The introduction to ‘at-Tankeel’ (1/9-14) by Shaikh Muhammad Naseef – may Allaah have mercy upon him.