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The Khawaarij: Past and Present

The Khawaarij – Past and Present – Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam

An outstanding lecture delivered by Abul-Hasan Maalik concerning the similarities of the Khawaarij of old with the Khawaarij of today. The speaker draws upon ancient Islaamic sources, as well as the religious edicts of the modern-day Scholars of the Sunnah.

Clarification Concerning the ‘Aqeedah and the Manhaj of the Salaf by Abul-Hasan Maalik ibn Aadaam

Our brother Abul-Hasan Maalik reads from the book, al-Mawrid, of the noble Scholar, al-‘Allaamah Ahmad Ibn Yahyaa an-Najmee – rahimahullaah – to clarify what the Salaf of this Ummah were upon in terms of ‘aqeedah (belief) and manhaj (methodology). Included within this lecture is a warning against some of the errors of Shadeed Muhammad – may Allaah return him to the truth – such as, his claim that the Sahaabah differed in ‘aqeedah, his comparison of Jamaa’atut-Tableegh with the Salafees and more…

From Ibn Muljam to Ibn Laden: A Historical Analysis of Extremism – Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam

In another lecture delivered in the UK, Abul-Hasan compares the beliefs and methodology of the Khawaarij of old with that of the Khawaarij of today – Usamah Ibn Laden and his likes – drawing parallels between Ibn Muljam the Khaarijee from the time of the Salaf and Ibn Laden the modern-day terrorist renegade.

Harms of the Tabloid Culture in Light of the Qur`aan and Authentic Sunnah

Tabloid Culture in the Light of the Qur`aan,
the Authentic Sunnah and the Understanding of the Salaf

By Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam

Listen to a total of five classes in the lecture series delivered by Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam – a student of the late Imaam, Muqbil Ibn Haadee al-Waadi’ee – rahimahullaah. Here Abul-Hasan will deal with the ongoing issue of exposing sins, lying and spreading fawaahish and evil speech about the Scholars and callers to Islaam.

– Tabloid journalism tends to emphasis sensationalism with regards to the lives of well-known personalities

– This kind of journalism became popular in the 1920’s when newspapers began to spread stories about sexual practices and drug use.

– They would often use the phrase, “someone close to the source reported…”

– Similarly, in what we have seen as of late, some unknown people do the same in our times, when they try to report the alleged sexual practices of the Imaams and du’aat upon the Sunnah.

– The adoption of this practice comes under the warning mentioned in the hadeeth of Aboo Waaqid al-Laythee where the Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said, “You will surely follow the traditions (sunan) of those who came before (i.e. the Jews and the Christians).

– Imaam an-Nawawee (d.676H) mentions that one someone comes to you with such information, is a faasiq, so his narration is rejected.

– Abul-Hasan shows how an incident was spread in the time of the Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam), when some people spread that he had divorced his wives!

– A detailed account of the slander of the Mother of the Believers: ‘Aa`ishah (radiyallaahu ‘anhaa)!

Many more benefits to come in this detailed lecture series…

Admonition Against Nameemah (Tale Carrying) and Those who Spread It – Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam

Admonition Against Nameemah (Tale Carrying) and Those who Spread It – Our brother, Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam delivers a moving sermon, beginning with the authentic hadeeth, “Indeed, Allaah has made your wealth and your blood and you honour as sacred to one another as this day of yours, in this month of yours in these sacred precincts of yours.”

– Imaam adh-Dhahabee (d.728H) mentions in the 45th sin in his book, al-Kabaa`ir: the nammaam (carrier of tales).

– Imaam al-‘Uthaymeen (d.1421H) mentions that everything that is disliked falls under the category of an-nameemah.

– He mentions aayaat and ahaadeeth about those who swear in abundance and that they are liars.

– He mentions that the people now protect the nammaam by saying, “I don’t want to mention who I heard this from.”

– Imaam adh-Dhahabee mentions that the nammaam is a faasiq (disobedient sinner) and that his narration is rejected.

– adh-Dhahabee also mentions that it is not permissible to suspicions about the one whom the nammaam narrates about.

– adh-Dhahabee says that it is also not permissible to spy upon that person after hearing the nameemah.

– He (i.e. adh-Dhahabee) advises people to not spread that which was mentioned by the nammaam, for the one who spreads it also becomes a nammaam.

– Imaam as-Sa’dee (d.1376H) mentions that it is impermissible to spread nameemah, regardless or whether it happened or didn’t happen.

– Abul-Hasan mentions when he called Shaykhs ‘Ubayd al-Jaabiree and Muhammad Baazmool about those who speak ill of one community to another, they both replied that this is a devilish path and that they (i.e. the Scholars) support the Salafees in refuting such people.

He mentions the authentic hadeeth that, “Allaah hates for you three things…he said, she said.”

– Abul-Hasan ends with an exhortation to Ahlus-Sunnah to be from those people who walk proudly with these narrations from the Sunnah upon their shoulders and implement them and spread them and not turn to the nammaam.

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Explanation of the Hadeeth of al-‘Irbaad Ibn Saariyah – Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam

This lecture was delivered in Birmingham, England, during Abul-Hasan’s first visit to the UK. Based mainly upon the explanation of Shaykh Ahmad Ibn Yahyaa an-Najmee – rahimahullaah – this lecture propounds the pearls and benefits found in the famous parting advice from the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam).

Remaining Steadfast during Ramadhaan – Abul-Hasan Maalik ibn Aadam

A nice reminder delivered by our noble brother Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam on the importance of remaining steadfast during the blessed month of Ramadhaan.