Posts Tagged ‘zaid’

al-Usool as-Sittah

September 2, 2012

 

 

 

The Six Principles

 

الأصول الستة

 

Arabic text:

 

al usool assittah Arabic matn

 

 

Arabic Audio of the Text:

 

www.archive.org/download/motoun_al3aqeedah/al-ossoul_6.mp3

 

 

English Translation:

 

http://www.troid.ca/media/kunena/attachments/5441/TheSixFoundationsofShaykhul-IslaamIbnAbdul-Wahhaab.pdf

 

 

English Explanations:

 

The Means to Attaining Clarification Concerning the Six Principles

(by Shaikh Zaid al Madkhalee):

http://www.sunnahpublishing.net/modules/Manhaj/sittahtranslation.pdf

 

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

http://www.troid.ca/index.php/aqeedah/tawheed/comprehensive-study/1563-explanation-of-al-usool-as-sittah-class-audio

 

 

Study Guide and Quizzes:

 

http://www.sunnahpublishing.net/modules/Manhaj/sittahstudy.pdf

 

http://www.sunnahpublishing.net/modules/Manhaj/sittahquizes.pdf

 

 

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):

http://subulsalam.com/catplay.php?catsmktba=1040

 

 

Shaikh Abdullah al Bukhaari:

http://subulsalam.com/catplay.php?catsmktba=1640

 

 

Shaikh Ali Naasir al Faaqeehee:

http://subulsalam.com/catplay.php?catsmktba=790

 

 

Shaikh Muhammad bin Ramzaan al Haajiree:

http://subulsalam.com/catplay.php?catsmktba=676

 

 

Shaikh Muhammad bin Haadee:

http://subulsalam.com/catplay.php?catsmktba=390

 

 

 

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The Scholar Abu Zaid Qirwanee d.386H

May 13, 2010

Taken from:

http://www.markazmuaadh.com/th_gallery/the-biography-of-ibn-abi-zaid-al-qirwaaniy-by-sheikh-abdulmuhsin-al-abbad/

 

The Biography of Ibn Abi Zaid al-Qirwaaniy
By Sheikh Abdul Muhsin al-Abbaad
Translated by Abdulilah Lahmami

He is Abdullah ibn Abdulrahman, Abu Muhammad ibn Abi Zaid (rahimahullaah). who lived in al-Qirwaan from the scholars of the Maghreb area (now considered Morocco and Tunisia) in the fourth century after the Hijrah of the Prophet (sallaahu alaihi wa sallam). This being the century after the best three generations in which the Messenger (sallaahu alaihi wa sallam) said:

“The best people are my generation then those who come after them then those who come after them.” Saheeh al- had the ability to clarify knowledge with what he conveyed. He had insight with Bukhaaree

He was an imam from the Maaliki school of thought in his time without following blindly the school of thought as many others did much later but rather he was a role model to his people in spreading the benefits of Imam Maalik (rahimahullaah) which stemmed from the Quran and the Sunnah in the understanding of the companions. He gathered the benefits of Imam Maalik (rahimahullaah) and explained them. He was very knowledgeable having memorized many narrations. His books are a proof of this. He was eloquent in his writing and refuting the people of desires. He was good at poetry. He was of good conduct and fearful of Allaah and earned respect gaining him authority in the religion and worldly affairs. Many people traveled long distances to learn from him and those who benefited from him became stronger than before.

The elders amongst the people of knowledge recognized his status. He was known as Maalik as- Sagheer (young Maalik) because of his adherence to the Sunnah.

Al-Qaabisi (rahimahullaah) said, “He is a trustworthy Imam in his religion and narrations.”

He gathered the qualities of knowledge, piety, honour and intellect. He is well known and quick to comply with the truth and return to it. He learnt from the scholars in his country and heard from their scholars such as Abu Bakr ibn Labaad (rahimahullaah) and Abu Fadl al-Qaysi (rahimahullaah). Many had benefited from him and later he died in the year 386h.

He has books numbering more than 100 volumes.

His biography can be found in Seyar Alam an-Nubala (10/17), where Imam Dhahabi (rahimahullaah)said: “He is an Imam, a beacon (to be followed), an example, a learned man, a scholar from the people of the Maghrebýthe author said in the last part of this concise work that he was upon the way of the pious predecessors in the foundation of the religion not following the way of rhetoric speech and didnt delve into explaining away (Allaahs names and attributes) without knowledge so we ask Allaah to enlighten us.”[1]

The author wrote this introduction to a book in Fiqh (the science of how to worship Allaah), this from the comprehensive understanding he gathered by bringing the benefits in both areas of the religion, the correct belief and how to worship Allaah.

Due to the importance of this belief many scholars past and present have explained it and concerned themselves in spreading it to the people. Some of the scholars placed it in poetry form such as Ahmed bin Musharaf al-Ahsaai al-Maaliki (rahimahullaah) who died in the year 1285h from the students of Imam Muhammad ibn Abdulwahhab (rahimahullaah).

The Islamic University of Madinah has spread this small treatise around the world showing the importance of the correct belief. It has been explained by a number of scholars past and present. Amongst the present scholars is the elder Sheikh AbdulMuhsin ibn Hammad al-Abbad and his students Sheikh Saalih ibn Sad Suhaimi, Sheikh Muhammad Abdulwahhab al-Aqeel. Likewise recently, Sheikh Ubayd ibn Abdillah al-Jaabiree, Sheikh Abdulrazaq ibn AbdulMuhsin ibn Hammad al-Abbad and Sheikh Ali Tuwaijri have all explained it.

[1] Taken from Sheikh Abdulmuhsin Abbad biography of Ibn Abi Zaid with slight additions.

 

For more information taken from the excellent book Mountains of Knowledge, look here: http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=19&Topic=8238

The Late Scholar Zayd al Madkhalee

April 19, 2010

http://salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=19&Topic=9129

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.

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Footnotes:

[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.

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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 sahab.net can be found by clicking here. Many of the Shaykh’s articles/audios are available on the website http://www.njza.net/

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

http://salaficentre.com/2012/06/salat-al-istikhaarah-for-a-woman-during-her-menstrual-cycle-shaikh-zayd-ibn-hadee-al-madkhalee/