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Shaikh Khaalid Uthmaan on the Arabic Books: “Bayna Yadayka”

March 31, 2015

Shaikh Khaalid Uthmaan al Misree has been given tazkiyyah by Shaikh Rabee here:

Part of what Shaikh Rabee said was that he knows Shaikh Khaalid Uthman to be from the serious students of knowledge who traverses the manhaj of the salafus saalih and he didn’t know anything about him except for good.



Shaikh Khaalid Uthmaan was asked about the Arabic language books “Bayna Yadayk”


(audio here: )


He mentioned that he warned against these books and they should be warned against because of what is in them from those things which oppose the sunnah  (mukhaalifaat) like:

– haram pictures which contain souls

– connecting the student to the customs of the kuffaar

– it has in it subjects and topics about things which oppose the sunnah – the rulings of which are clear

– it establishes some of the principles of the deviant group Ikhwanul Muslimeen

He mentioned that the students are sufficed with the other books authored on the Arabic language which do not have the mukhaalifaat (things that oppose the sunnah ) contained in them that this set has.






Uthmaan bin Affaan

May 31, 2012


He is ‘Uthmaan bin ‘Affaan al-Umawee – His kunyah was Abu ‘Abdullaah and Abu ‘Amr. 

He is the third of the Rightly Guided Khaleefahs (Successor) of Allaah’s Messenger (salallaahu ‘alaihi wassallam). From the earliest of those who entered into Islaam. Allaah’s Messenger (salallaahu ‘alaihi wassallam) married his daughter Ruqayyah to him. She passed away during the days of the battle of Badr, so after that he married his other daughter, Umm Kulthoom (radhiyallaahu ‘anhaa) to him. Thereafter he was named “Dhun-Noorayn” meaning: The possessor of the two lights. He was assassinated and martyred in the year 35AH, and he was 82 years old. It is said that his kunyaa was also Abu Laylaa, and Allaah knows best.
See: 1. Kitaab at-Taareekh wa Asmaa al-Muhadditheen wa Kunaahum, of Abu Abdillaah Muhammad bin Ahmad al-Muqaddamee al-Qaadhee (died 301H) p. 25 (Daar al-Kitaab was-Sunnah, Karachi, 1415H).

2. Al-Istee’aab (1778).

3. Al-Isaabah (5440).