The First Saudi State & The Story of Ad-Diriyyah
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During the mid eighteenth century in the centre of the Arabian Peninsula an eminent scholar faced his final expulsion from yet another town after its Amīr feared reprisal from hostile rulers for having granted him a haven to call to Tawhīd.
Virtually alone and not conceding to despair; he travelled by foot in the mid-day Arabian heat; Shaikh Muḥammad bin ‘Abdil-Wahhāb chose his ultimate destination – wisely. The remarkable events that followed and the aid and victory his call achieved laid the foundations for what would become known as the First Saudi State. The Shaikh; along with the people of his chosen destination were destined for extraordinary achievements, and dominance in ascendancy and governance that had been unparalleled for centuries. Such were the allies he was ordained to have stand by his side; and such were the extraordinary episodes that were to follow and such was the facilitation their call was granted in the face of overwhelming odds, formidable enemies and bitterly antagonistic confederacies – that it leaves no doubt for the one who observes as to the true nature of their call and message.
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Important Guidance For the Youth of the Ummah
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“There is no doubt that the youth of the Ummah are the foundations of the human building upon which is established this nation. So the youth are the younger generation that will carry the responsibility after their fathers. The youth have within them bodily strength and thinking, they have talents, skills and aptitude that are new and modern that are not present in older people.”
“There is no doubt that the youth of the Ummah are the foundations of the human building upon which is established this nation. So the youth are the younger generation that will carry the responsibility after their fathers. The youth have within them bodily strength and thinking, they have talents, skills and aptitude that are new and modern that are not present in older people.
The elder folk have wisdom and experience, whilst the youth have strength and preparedness and readiness. So if the youth and the elders were to work together for the advancement of the Ummah, much good would be achieved. However if the youth go their own way, seperate from the elders, the devils from the humans and the Jinn will come between them (tocause mischief). So the sidelining of youth towards other objectives and aims is harmful to the Ummah.” [Shaykh Salih ibn Fawzan al-Fawzan]
Regarding The Celebration Of The Prophet’s Birthday – The Mawlid
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Loving And Respecting The Prophet (Peace be upon him) Between The Sincere Following Of The companions (May Allah Be pleased with them all) And The Hypocritical Innovation Of The Baatini Ismaili shiites of 4th -6th Century Egypt | Salafi Publications
Birthday celebrations, they have their origins and practice with the greatest disbelievers, polytheists and tyrants upon the Earth such as Pharoah and Ptolemy and are connected to magic, astrology and the casting of horoscopes.
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Much debate regarding the subject of the Mawlid has taken place and continues to take place. The confusion regarding this subject returns back to the lack of clarity about what precisely is the nature of the innovation (bidʿah) that the legislation of Islam, the Shariʿah, has prohibited and warned against.
As for birthday celebrations, they have their origins and practice with the greatest disbelievers, polytheists and tyrants upon the Earth such as Pharoah and Ptolemy and are connected to magic, astrology and the casting of horoscopes. They were unknown to the Prophets of Bani Israʾil and unknown in the legislations which Allah revealed to them. Likewise, the early Christian Church, for the first three hundred years at least, never celebrated birthdays until the era of Constantine the Pagan Roman Emperor in the fourth century CE who merged what was already, by that time, a gross distortion of the clear message of Jesus (alayhis salaam) with Paganism, its symbols and customs.
It was the Ismaʾili Baṭini Shiʿite hypocrites and disbelievers who entered this practice among the Muslims three centuries after the era of the Companions of the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). This work provides a thorough historical and legislative treatment of this subject and addresses the foundational and subsidiary arguments used to justify this innovated practice.
An Advice To The Salafis Living In The West
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