Posts Tagged ‘late’

The Late Scholar Umar bin Muhammad al-Fulaanee (Fulaatah) d.1419H

January 11, 2014

 

Shaikh Umar bin Muhammad al-Fulaanee, also known as “Fulaatah”, was from the major scholars of our era who died in Madinah in 1419H (1999 C.E.).  

 

He had many teachers, from them were:

 

Shaikh Bin Baz

 

Shaikh Hammaad al Ansaaree

 

And he had a strong connection to Shaikh Albaanee.  When Shaikh Albaanee would come to Madinah while making umrah, he would stay with him and Shaikh Umar would honor him greatly

 

From his students is Shaikh Sulaymaan Ruhaylee who said about him:

 

He knew him from a young age and benefited from him

 

His father and Shaikh Umar sat in the study circle (halaqah) of  Shaikh AbdurRahmaan al Afreeqee and Shaikh Umar would say to him:

 

وَالِدُكَ زَمِيْلِي

 

Your father is my colleague.”

 

Shaikh Sulaymaan Ruhaylee said:

 

My father wasn’t a shaikh or from the students of knowledge, but he was eager ever since he got to Madinah to stick to the circles of knowledge.

 

Shaikh Umar Fulaatah was the most knowledgeable of the people in the narrations (aathaar) regarding Madinah.

Shaikh Sulaymaan doesn’t know of anyone in his time more knowledgeable about the narrations and locations (or situations) mentioned in the Sunnah about Madinah

 

He was eager for the sunnah and eager to explain the books of the sunnah (kutubus sunan)

He was very kind and treated people in an amazing way.

 

Shaikh Sulaymaan Ruhaylee said:

 

How many times did I fall into taking a confusing position that he caused me to come out of very easily

 

Shaikh Umar Fulaatah worked in the Islamic University of Madinah and had many efforts there. He had continuous lessons in the masjid of the Prophet – sallallaahu alayhe wa sallam – after the death of Shaikh (AbdurRahman) al-Afreeqee

 

Shaikh Sulaymaan Ruhaylee described Shaikh Umar Fulaatah as:

 

مَتِيْنٌ فِي العِلْم

Strong in knowledge

 

طَيِّبٌ فِي الأَخْلَاق

Good-mannered

 

أَنِيْسٌ فِي الحَدِيْث

Friendly in speech

 

صَاحِب عِبَادَة

One who had a lot of worship

 

Shaikh Sulaymaan Ruhaylee said:

 

I travelled with him to Nigeria once – his room was beside mine and there was a door between us.  I was responsible for calling the adhaan for fajr.  I got up before the adhaan in order to call the adhaan (on time).

 

I heard the shaikh in his room reciting the Quran and praying until close to the time for the adhaan of fajr

 

end of what was taken from this audio:

https://mega.co.nz/#!IVYhRLaB!4QDKjKxPDYkPDlJJSKWJBXrb9Bivlgh5bIzPQNvWWJI

translated by Ummu Khadijah

 

 

A collection of his lessons:

http://www.ajurry.com/vb/showthread.php?t=23228

 

 

 

Arabic biography of the Shaikh may be read here:

http://www.sahab.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=33755

 

 

 

Advertisements

The Late Scholar of Hadeeth of Our Time, Muhammad ibn Nuh an Najjaati al Albaanee (Naasiruddeen)

May 9, 2010

A Biography of Shaikh Albaanee by Dr Salih as Salih (4 parts):

http://sunnah.tv/video/watch.cfm?v=ockbja

http://sunnah.tv/video/watch.cfm?v=eckdpr

http://sunnah.tv/video/watch.cfm?v=qtpyai

http://sunnah.tv/video/watch.cfm?v=lczzpw

 

 

 

The following taken from: http://www.salafitalk.com/threads/445-Small-Biographies-Of-The-Salaf?p=821#post821

Brief Biographies of some of the People of Knowledge Taken from Siyaar ‘Alaam an-Nubalaa & Thahdheeb at Thahdheeb And other works Compiled & Translated By Abbas Abu Yahya

 

Muhammad NaasirudDeen al-Albaanee -Rahimullaah Shaykh Muhammad NaasirudDeen al-Albaanee he was born in Albania in the year 1332 A.H. into a poor family. His father and the family made Hijrah to Damascus.

In Damascus Shaykh al-Albaanee completed his initial education and was then taught the Qur’aan, Tajweed, sciences of Arabic language, fiqh of the Hanafee madhab and further branches of the Deen by various Shaykhs and friends of his father. He also learnt from his father the art of clock and watch repair – and became highly skilled in that and famous for it and derived his earnings through it. He began to specialise in the field of Hadeeth and its related sciences by the age of 20- being influenced by articles in ‘al-Manaar’ magazine. 7 Since he could not afford many of the books he required he would borrow them from the famous library of Damascus – “al-Maktabah adth Dthaahiriyyah” or sometimes from book sellers.

He became engrossed with the science of Hadeeth to the extent that he would sometimes close up his shop and remain in the library for up to twelve hours – breaking off his work only for prayer – he would not even leave to eat, but would take two light snacks with him.

Eventually the library authorities granted him a special room to himself for his study and his own key for access to the library before normal opening time. Often he would remain at work from early morning until after ‘Ishaa. During this time he produced many useful works – many of which are still waiting to be printed. The Shaykh faced much opposition in his efforts to promote Tawheed and the Sunnah but he bore this with patient perseverance. His works – mainly in the field of Hadeeth and its sciences number over 100.

His students are many and include many Shaykhs of the present day amongst them: , Shaykh Muqbil ibn Haadee al-Waadi’ee, Shaykh Muhammad Jameel Zaynoo. The Shaykh -Rahimullaah- passed away on Saturday 22 Jumaadaa ath-Thaaniyah 1420 A.H./2 October 1999. He was 87 years of age. May Allaah -subhaanahu wa ta’aala- have Mercy upon his soul, Aameen.

(end)

The following edited bio is taken from the beginning of the excellent work of Shaikh Albanee (translated) “The Prophet’s Prayer Described…”

He was born in the city of Ashkodera, then the capital of Albania in the year 1332 A.H./1914 C.E. into a poor family. His father al-Haaj Nooh Najjaatee al-Albaanee had completed Sharee’ah studies in Istanbul and returned a scholar to Albania. After Albania was taken over by atheism the family made Hijrah to Damascus. In Damascus Shaykh al-Albaanee completed his initial education and was then taught the Qur.aan, Tajweed, sciences of Arabic language, fiqh of the Hanafee madhab and further branches of the Deen by various Shaykhs and friends of his father.

He also learnt from his father the art of clock and watch repair – and became highly skilled in that and famous for it and derived his earnings through it. He began to specialise in the field of Hadeeth and its related sciences by the age of 20 – being influenced by articles in ‘al-Manaar’ magazine.

He began to work in this field by transcribing al-Haafiz al-Iraaqee’s monumental “al*Mughnee ‘an-hamlil-Asfaar fil-Asfaar fee takhreej maa fil-lhyaa minal-Akhbaar” and adding notes to it.

He delved further into the field of Hadeeth and its various sciences despite discourage*ment from his father. Furthermore, the books he needed were not to be found in his father’s library which was composed mainly of various works of Hanafee Fiqh – and since he could not afford many of the books he required he would borrow them from the famous library of Damascus – “al-Maktabah adth-Dthaahiriyyah” or sometimes from book sellers.

He became engrossed with the science of Hadeeth to the extent that he would sometimes close up his shop and remain in the library for up to twelve hours – breaking off his work only for prayer – he would not even leave to eat, but would take two light snacks with him.

Eventually the library authorities granted him a special room to himself for his study and his own key for access to the library before normal opening time. Often he would remain at work from early morning until after ‘Ishaa. During this time he produced many useful works – many of which are still waiting to be printed.

The Shaykh faced much opposition in his efforts to promote Tawheed and the Sunnah but he bore this with patient perseverance. He was encouraged by some of the noble Shaykhs of Damascus who urged him to continue, amongst them Shaykh Bahjatul Bayjaar, Shaykh ‘Abdul-Fattaah -the imam, and Towfeeq al-Barzah-rahimahumullaah.

After some time he started giving two weekly classes attended by students of knowledge and university teachers – in which he taught various books of ‘Aqeedah, Fiqh, Usool and Hadeeth sciences.

He also began organised monthly journeys for Da’wah to the various cities of Syria and then Jordan.

After a number of his works appeared in print the Shaykh was chosen to teach Hadeeth in the new University in Madeenah, Saudi Arabia, for three years from 1381 to 1383H where he was also a member of the University board.

After this he returned to his former studies and work in “al-Maktabah adth-Dthaahiriyyah” leaving his shop in the hands of one of his brothers.

He visited various countries for Da’wah and lectures – amongst them Qatar, Egypt, Kuwait, the Emirates, Spain and England. He was forced to emigrate a number of times moving from Syria to Jordan, then Syria again, then Beirut, then the Emirates, then again to ‘Ammaan, Jordan. His works – mainly in the field of Hadeeth and its sciences number over 100

[Also see this link: http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=19&Topic=8251]

Download Shaikh Albanee’s books – https://sughayyirah.wordpress.com/2010/05/13/download-shaikh-albanees-works-arabic-pdf/