Posts Tagged ‘madkhalee’

From March 13 2013 Shaikh Rabee on Yahyaa al Hajooree

March 15, 2013

Text (translated):


Some of his errors:


Shaikh Ahmad an Najmee and Shaikh Muhammad ibn Haadee on Ibn Jibreen

January 3, 2013


The following taken from:


Shaikh Ahmad an Najmee’s speech about Ibn Jibreen


Some of the text of the Shaikh’s speech:



السائل :بلغنا عن الشيخ عبد الله بن جبرين أنكم تقولون أنه ليس من أهل السنة والجماعة وبعض الناس يقول لا هو من أهل السنة والجماعة ,نريد منكم كلام يا شيخ وجزاكم الله خيراً ؟


The Questioner says:

It is reached us regarding Shaikh Abdullah ibn Jibreen that you have said that he is not from Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaa’ah.  Some of the people say: No, he is from Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaa’ah.  We would like some clarification from you O Shaikh – (we ask that) Allah reward you with good



العلامة النجمي : ابن جبرين ,إخواني ,إخواني ,إخواني ,

[كلام غير واضح بين السائل والشيخ , ثم قال :وكتبه ياشيخ ]

ثم قال رحمه الله :ليس من أهل المنهج الصحيح السائل جزاكم الله خير .اهـ المقطع الأول


Al Allaamah Shaikh Ahmad an Najmee replied:

Ibn Jibreen is Ikhwaani, Ikhwaani, Ikhwaani

[some unclear speech between the questioner and the Shaikh, then the questioner says: And his books, O Shaikh]

Shaikh Ahmad an Najmee – rahimahullah – replied:

He is not from the people of the correct methodology

Questioner: Jazaakumullahu khair (end of first audio part )

(End of that part)


السائل :هل صحيح أنكم بدعتم الشيخ ابن جبرين ؟

Questioner: Is it true that you declared Shaikh Ibn Jibreen an innovator?

العلامة النجمي : الشيخ ابن جبرين يا جماعة ,هو إخواني ,إخواني محترق كما يقال ,وبعدين أنا أبغاكم تقرؤون كتاب [رد الجواب ] وإذا رأيتم فيه شيء من الخطأ قولوا لنا .ويعلم الله عالم الغيب والشهادة أني ما رددت عليه ذلك الرد إلا غيرة على التوحيد , و يعني نصراً للحق,نعم والحقيقة ابن جبرين ظهر أمره ,أمره ظاهر ,نعم

Al Allaamah Shaikh Ahmad an Najmee:

Shaikh Ibn Jibreen, O Jamaa’ah, he is Ikhwaani, a flaming Ikhwaani as it is said.  And I would like you to read the book:

Returning a Reply to the one who requested me not to print my book1

And if you see any mistakes in the book, let me know.

And Allah knows, He is the All-Knower of the unseen and the seen, that I did not reply with that reply except because of concern for tawheed – meaning – helping the truth.

The reality is that Ibn Jibreen has exposed his affair, his affair is apparent, na’am

Translated by Ummu Khadijah


1By Shaikh Ahmad an Najmee.  The English translation can be downloaded from this link: scroll down about 2/3 of the page until you see:» E-Books , then click on: Returning a Reply to the one who Requested me not to Print my Book – Shaikh Ahmad bin Yahyaa An-Najmee


A link to the Arabic book is available at the sahab link

What are the parts of the body allowed for the one proposing to see?

September 20, 2012

The following fatwa translated from:

س1: ما هي الأجزاء التي يجوز للخاطب أن يراها من مخطوبته؟ لقد سمعت كثيرًا من رجال الدين يحددها بالوجه والكفين، ولكني قرأت في جريدة (النور) التي تصدر في مصر، عن أحد الأحزاب السياسية، أنه يجوز للخاطب أن يرى قدم مخطوبته إلى ما تحت الركبة، أرجو أن ترسلوا لنا الرأي السديد في هذا الموضوع، وهل يجوز للخاطب أن يراقب المرأة التي يريد خطبتها أثناء سيرها في الطريق، وهل ورد فعلاً أن أحد الصحابة فعل ذلك؟

Question: What are the parts of the body that it is allowed for the one proposing to see of the one being proposed to?  I have heard a lot from religious men that it is limited to the face and the hands, however, I read in a magazine (an-Noor) which originates from Egypt – from one of the political parties – that it is allowed for him to see (as well) from the feet to below the knee of the one he is proposing to.  I would like for you to send us the correct opinion in this matter.  And is it allowed for the one proposing to watch the woman he wants to propose to while she is traveling in the street? Is it really authentically reported that one of the Sahaabah did that?


يجوز لمن أراد أن يتزوج امرأة أن ينظر عند خطبتها إلى وجهها بلا تلذذ ولا شهوة، ودون خلوة بها باتفاق العلماء، وقد شرع ذلك رعاية للحاجة، ورجاء أن يؤدم بينهما إذا تزوجها، وفي ذلك الكفاية؛ لأن الوجه مجمع المحاسن، وبه تندفع الحاجة، وأجاز بعض الأئمة النظر إلى الكفين أيضًا وما يظهر من المرأة غالبًا مما يدعو إلى نكاحها، ويجوز  للخاطب أن يرقبها أثناء سيرها في الطريق ليرى منها ما يدعوه إلى نكاحها،

Answer: It is permissible for the one who wants to marry a woman to look, at the time of the proposal, at her face without lust or desire, and without being alone with her by consensus of the ulama. That is legislated to take care of the need.  And the hope is that it enriches things between them when he marries her.  And that is sufficient (to look at). Because the good qualities are gathered in the face, and the need is fulfilled through this.  And some of the leading Scholars have also allowed looking at her hands and what is normally apparent from her which will call him to marry her.

It is allowed for the one proposing to watch her while she is traveling in the street in order to see from her what will call him to marry her.


كما روى أبو داود عن جابر بن عبد الله، أن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم قال: إذا خطب أحدكم المرأة فإن استطاع أن ينظر إلى ما يدعوه إلى نكاحها فليفعل، قال جابر: فخطبت امرأة فكنت أتخبأ لها حتى رأيت منها ما دعاني إلى نكاحها فتزوجتها ، وعن أبي هريرة رضي الله عنه قال: خطب رجل امرأة فقال النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم: انظر إليها، فإن في أعين الأنصار شيئًا رواه أحمد وأبو داود .

As comes in the narration collected by Abu Dawood from Jaabir ibn Abdullah that the Prophet (sallallahu alayhe wa sallam) said (translated):

When one of you proposes to a woman, if he is able to look at what will call him to marry her, then let him do so.”

Jaabir (radiallahu anhu) said (translated): ‘So I proposed to a woman and I hid from her until I saw from her what called me to marry her, then I married her.’”

And Abu Hurairah (radiallahu anhu) said (translated):

A man proposed to a woman, so the Prophet – sallallahu alayhe wa sallam – said (translated): ‘Look at her, for indeed there is something in the eyes of the Ansar.’

Collected by Ahmad and Abu Dawood


وبالله التوفيق، وصلى الله على نبينا محمد وآله وصحبه وسلم.

And with Allah is the success, and (we ask that) Allah raise the rank of our Prophet Muhammad and grant him peace as well as his family, Companions, and followers.


Answered by Shaikh Bin Baz, Shaikh ‘Afeefy, and Shaikh Ghudyaan


 (the following translated from):

The following is part of an answer Shaikh Muhammad bin Haadee al-Madkhalee gave to a question on this topic:


يكفي أن يراها لوفي الشارع ، لوخرجت من بيتها ورآها فجأةً كفاه ذلك أومرت من البيتِ وكان في مجلس مع محرمها يكفيه ذلك ، أم الذي نراه الآن فيما يعرض علينا من السؤالات والإستفصالات التى تأتي فيها ، تأتي لهم بالعصير وتأتي لهم بالشاهي ، هذا غير صحيح ، والحديث قال فكنتُ أتلصص لها يختبئ يراها

…It is sufficient for him to see her in the street, if she left her house and he saw her all of a sudden, this suffices him.  Or if she passes by in (or from) the house while he was sitting with one of her mahrams – that suffices him (as regards the permitted “look”). As for what we see now from what is presented to us from questions and inquiries regarding this – that she comes to them with juice, or she comes to them with tea – this is incorrect.  And the hadeeth (of Jaabir ibn Abdullah) says: ‘I acted stealthily towards her’ (meaning) he hid to see her…”

al-Usool as-Sittah

September 2, 2012




The Six Principles


الأصول الستة


Arabic text:


al usool assittah Arabic matn



Arabic Audio of the Text:



English Translation:



English Explanations:


The Means to Attaining Clarification Concerning the Six Principles

(by Shaikh Zaid al Madkhalee):


English Explanation (audio) taken from the works of  Shaikh Ubaid al Jaabiree, Shaikh Ahmad an-Najmee, and Shaikh Zaid al Madkhalee:



Study Guide and Quizzes:



Arabic Audio Explanations:


(Organized by the number of audios from least to greatest)



Shaikh Muhamamd Amaan al Jaamee

(in 8 parts, each part is only a few minutes long):



Shaikh Abdullah al Bukhaari:



Shaikh Ali Naasir al Faaqeehee:



Shaikh Muhammad bin Ramzaan al Haajiree:



Shaikh Muhammad bin Haadee:





October 12, 2010





Arabic Text:




Arabic Audio of the Text:


(Arabic Audio from: )



Arabic Audio Explanations:


(Organized by the number of audios from least to greatest)



Shaikh Ubaid al Jaabiree:




Shaikh Saalih Aalush-Shaikh:




Shaikh Sulaymaan Ruhaylee:




Shaikh Uthaymeen:




Shaikh Mustafaa Mabram:




Shaikh Muhammad ibn Haadee al Madkhalee: (1-7) (1-12)



Shaikh ‘Atiyah bin Muhammad Saalim:

(also )




The Late Scholar Zayd al Madkhalee

April 19, 2010

Author: Fawaaz bin ýAlee Al-Madkhalee
Source: Intro to ýTareeqat-ul-Wusool ilaa Eedaah ath-Thalaathat-il-Usoolý [1]

His Name and Lineage:
He is the noble shaikh and the esteemed scholar, Zayd bin Muhammad bin Haadee Al-Madkhalee.

His Birth and Upbringing:
He was born in a town called Rukoobah in Saudi Arabia in 1357H. This is where he grew up and began his first studies. Afterward, he joined the Salafee School in Saamitah. In 1368H, he came in contact with Shaikh Haafidh Al-Hakamee in Beesh and studied under him along with the other students, who were studying away from home. When the educational institute (maýahad) was opened in Saamitah, he enrolled in it and graduated from it in 1379H/1380H. After this, he enrolled in the College of Shareeýah in Riyadh, where he graduated from in 1383/1384H.

Before graduating, he was appointed as a teacher in the educational institute of Saamitah, where he continued to teach until he retired in 1/7/1417H. He founded the first charitable Salafee Library of Saamitah in 1416H, which contains more than four thousand books. He made it as a service for the students of knowledge who seek shelter in it, coming from every region.

His Role in Da’wah
His gatherings are not devoid of students seeking knowledge from him or people seeking religious verdicts from him. He has an active role in the Daýwah (Call) to Allaah in the district of Jaazaan, as well as during the days of Hajj. His classes are still ongoing ý all praise be to Allaah ý such that both abridged books as well as large works are studied under him.

He is considered the second man in the district of Jaazaan with regard to knowledge, fatwaa, and calling to Allaah (Daýwah) after Shaikh Ahmad bin Yahyaa An-Najmee.[2] May Allaah lengthen both of them in lifespan.

Shaikh Ahmad An-Najmee was asked: ýO Shaikh! What do you say about one who says: ýI donýt recognize Shaikh Zayd Al-Madkhalee or Shaikh Rabeeý Al-Madkhalee. I donýt recognize them to be from the scholars and I wonýt take any knowledge from them. I donýt acknowledge anyone except Shaikh ýAbdul-ýAzeez bin Baaz.ý So how would you respond to this?ý

The Shaikh answered: ýWe ask Allaah to guide this person and to grant him direction, for indeed, Shaikh Rabeeý Al-Madkhalee and Shaikh Zayd Al-Madkhalee ý both of them are from the sincere Salafee scholars. He must acknowledge and be aware of this. And he must not disparage them, because disparaging them means disparaging the Sunnah of Allaahýs Messenger, which they are carrying. We are not saying that they are free from error. However, their methodology is Salafee. So the students of knowledge must read their books and get to know the truth that is in themýý [3]

His Books
He has a strong inclination towards writing. Among his printed books are:

1. Al-Hayaat fee Dhill al-ýAqeedah al-Islaamiyyah [Livelihood in the shade of the Islaamic Creed]
2. Al-Ajwibah as-Sadeedah ýalaa al-Asýilah ar-Rasheedah (v. 1-8) [Answers to Questions in eight volumes]
3. Sharh al-Qaseedah al-Haaýiyah [An Explanation of some poetry from his Shaikh Haafidh Al-Hakamee, rahimahullaah]
4. Al-Afnaan an-Nadiyyah Sharh as-Subul as-Sawiyyah Li-Fiqh as-Sunan al-Marwiyyah (v. 1-7)
5. Al-Manhaj al-Qaweem fee at-Taýsee ýalaa ar-Rasool-il-Kareem
6. Majmooýah Rasaaýil [A Collection of Treatises]
7. Qutoof fee Nuýoot as-Salaf [Selected Characteristics of the Salaf]
8. Al-Irhaab wa Aathaaruhu fil-Afraad wal-Mujtamiýah [Terrorism and its Effects on Individuals and Societies]
9. Al-Mandhoomaat al-Hisaan wad-Deewaan al-Maleeh (1-2)
10. Al-Jahd-ul-Mabýdhool fee Tanweer-il-ýUqool bi-Sharh Mandhoomah Waseelat-il-Husool ilaa Muhimmaat-il-Usool (v. 1-3)
11. Asbaab Istiqaamat-ish-Shabaab wa Bawaaýith Inhiraafihim {Causes for the Uprightness and Deviation of the Youth]
12. Wujoob Sitr-ul-Wajhi wal-Kaffayn [The Obligation of (Women) Covering the Face and Hands] [4]

And there are many other books he has authored. The Shaikh continues to give and call to the Salafee Manhaj. May Allaah bless him and his efforts and prolong his life.



[1] Translatorýs Note: This book is an explanation of Imaam Muhamamd bin ‘Abdil-Wahhaab’s classical treatise, “The Three Fundamental Principles.” The source for this book was classes the Shaikh delivered which were later transcribed and put into a book format.

[2] Translatorýs Note: Shaikh Ahmad An-Najmee is considered one of Shaikh Zayd Al-Madkhaleeýs teachers. His other well-known teachers are Shaikh Haafidh Al-Hakamee and Shaikh Muhammad Amaan Al-Jaamee, may Allaah mercy on them both.

[3] Translatorýs Note: This quote was added to the biography due to itýs benefit. Refer to al-Fataawaa al-Jaleelah of Shaikh Ahmad An-Najmee (pg. 19) for the quote.

[4] Translator’s Note: This beneficial treatise is included in Al-Ibaanah Book Publishing’s 3rd upcoming publication “Three Essays on the Obligation of Veiling.” This individual treatise will also be posted as a downloadable e-book soon, by Allaah’s Will.


Shaykh Saalih as-Suhaymee recently recommended Shaykh Zayd as one of the Ulemah whom we should take knowledge from and follow his way of Da’wah. Click here to read about that and the names of the other Ulemah.

Some of the Shaykh’s posts on can be found by clicking here. Many of the Shaykh’s articles/audios are available on the website


Shaikh Zaid al Madkhalee on how a woman does istikhaara while on her menses: