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    personally i have not had access to talab al ilm/shuyookh that i would liked to have learnt ilm from due to various reasons from location to unavailability and clash of times etc. i know for many people there could be reasons why we cant go somewhere to seek ilm or the person may not be available and so on

    so what i decided was to look online and start seeking knowledge as much as i could whether it be listening and or watching lecture series as well as reading books of ulama and talab al ilm.
    as time has gone by i have found various lecture series and books and thought why not put it together and thought id share it as well as other things that benefited me

    i first started with quran (being non arab) i read quran from a to z so i could know what Allah is saying. easy thing to do is just download and read translated quran. book mrking different ayats for different topics for your ilm and also dawah etc. for ayats that i couldnt understand i used ibn kathir tafsir. i downloaded the ibn kathir tafsir app and that clearly explains the ayat.

    i also have been trying to memorise quran at the same time going throught the tafsir of the surahs i memorise. starting obviously with surah fatiha and then juzz amma as that is what usually most people and i use alot in salah. and it also has alot of informatiom in regards to tawheed and imaan.

    also in regards to listening to lectures making notes is always necessary and effective

    also reading the prophet صلي الله عليه سلام
    biography ar raheeq al makhtum (the sealed nectar)

    available on google pdf version

    for aqeedah

    i used the youtube channel 'sunnah studies'
    couple students of knowledge there the main one for aqeedah being Haytham saifudeen
    (channel above)

    1)i started with 'aslu deen' foundation of the religion

    The Foundation of Islam and Its Principle by Muhammad Ibn 'Abdil-Wahhab - Haytham Âl Sayfaddîn:

    (the actual matn(content of the booklet aslu deen) can be found as the pic in the youtube video

    then i did usool ath tha la tha (the 3 fundamental principles of the religion)

    2)​Commentary: The Three Fundamental Principles - Muhammad Ibn 'Abdil-Wahhab - Haytham Âl Sayfaddîn:

    i used shaykh uthaymeens sharh (explanation ) pdf which can be found on google but you can also find the book on kallamullah it might be by saadi
    i recommend goimg through the book after lectures just to solidify understanding

    and i also used shahkh ahmed musa jibrils tawheed series ​​​​​​ONLINE TAWHEED CLASS! The Three Fundamental Principles:
    amj is good for more indepth knowledge

    however u can also use haytham saifudeens one

    3) qawaaid al arba( four principles of shirk)

    again the pdf sharh can be found on kallamullah

    4) nawaqadil islam(nullifiers of islam)

    Commentary on The Ten Nullifications of Islam - Muhammad Ibn 'Abdil-Wahhab - Haytham Âl Sayfaddîn:

    again the sharh book can be found on kallamullah

    5)kashf ash shubuhaat(removal of doubts)

    Commentary on "The Removal of the Doubts Concerning Monotheism" by Muhammad Ibn 'Abdil-Wahhab - Haytham Âl Sayfaddîn:

    didnt find a detailed pdf but found a book on amazon

    6)kitab at tawheed (book of tawheed)

    sharh book on kallamullah

    7) aqeedatul waasitiya

    sharh book on kallamullah

    8) aqeedatul tahawiya

    sharh book on kallamullah
    Last edited by Abu julaybeeb; 27-09-18, 01:59 AM.

  • #2
    for fiqh

    i have found a website where hanbali fiqh book known as umda fi'il fiqh is covered fully


    for umda al ahkaam

    Explanation of Umdatul Ahkam:


    • #3
      for hadith

      i used the youtube channel hadith disciple run by muneer muhammed aka mufti muneer


      and also find a sharh book pdf online on google

      then mustala al hadith
      (hadith terminology)

      Commentary On The Poem Of Al-Bayquni - Haytham Âl Sayfaddîn:

      Nukhbatul--Fikr: by mufti muneer

      u can find pdfs for all these haditb books onlime on google and some on kallamullah

      i would also recommend usool al hadith and 100 fabricated hadith both on kallamullah


      • #4
        for usool al fiqh

        Explanation of Al Waraqaat | Ustadh

        AbdulRahman Hassan:

        translated booklet for it

        then also haarith shiraada series

        Lessons in Usool-ul-Fiqh:


        • #5
          for history

          first and foremost the prophets seerah
          a good book series is dr Ali al sullaybis seerah but you will have to buy that online

          u can find for free ar raheeq al makhtum( the sealed nectar)

          also some knn kallamullah or all available on google if you look pdf books on abu bakr umar uthman ali hussein umar ibm abdul aziz by dr ali al sullaybi


          some history books

          also lectures by dr muhammed al shareef

          also articles on the website

          also goos books ive been told
          usool al tafseer
          names and attributes of Allah
          al wala wal bara 3 volumes
          available on kallamullah


          • #6
            at same time please prioritise learning arabic if u dont already know it
            it took me a while to realise that


            • #7
              for those interested in learning more about the dhaahiri manhaj there are lecture series on ibn hazms al muhalla

              Last edited by Abu julaybeeb; 30-12-18, 08:32 PM.


              • #8
                to study conversational arabic



                • #9
                  lectures on signs of judgement day

                  Minor Signs Of The Hour [Ust Harith]:

                  ​Major Signs Of The Hour [Ust Harith]:​​


                  • #10
                    Jazak Allah khair brother
                    What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked Allah for yesterday?

                    We worry about tomorrow as if its guaranteed


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by eesa the kiwi View Post
                      Jazak Allah khair brother
                      wa iyaak


                      • #12

                        umdatul fiqh
                        fiqh of ibaadah
                        hanbali madhub

                        on that channel fiqh of transactions, zakat can also be found


                        • #13

                          categorisation of hadith books

                          [13/02, 21:02] ...: #Bayqūniyyah

                          But rather it added the hadīths which speak about ‘Aqīdah, it presented chapter-headings within it entitled:

                          “The chapter of Īmān”, and “Revelation” and “Tawhīd”, and “Adhering to the Qur’ān and Sunnah”, and “Akhlāq”, and “Heart softeners” (i.e. Ar-Riqāq), and “The virtues of the Sahābah”, and “The virtues of the cities and lands”, and so forth.

                          So it was called “Al-Jawāmi’” (a comprehensive collection), because it collected everything that has been narrated in Islām, and there were abridged and extensive publications (of Jawāmi’).

                          And there are those who gathered the hadīths of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) in the books that are known as the “Sunan”, and what are the Sunan?

                          They are the books which the scholars author, and include the hadīths of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم), and they arrange the chapter headings upon Fiqh, however what is the difference between it and the Jawāmi’?

                          It is restricted to the hadīths related to “Ahkām” (i.e. rulings), such as Sunan Abī Dāwūd, at-Tirmidhī, Ibn Mājah, an-Nasā’ī, ad-Dārimī, and other than them.

                          And there are other scholars who came forth and authored the “Masānīd” (pl. of “musnad”), and the Masānīd is what collects the hadīths of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم), however it is not categorised and arranged upon the chapters of Fiqh.

                          Rather it is arranged upon the “Masānīd” of the narrators, so it makes the hadīths which are narrated from Abī Bakr from Rasūlullāh (صلى الله عليه وسلم) all put together in 1 whole set, so it would be considered “Musnad Abī Bakr” (all narrations of Abū Bakr collected, then go to the next companion), likewise the same thing with ‘Umar, ‘Uthmān, ‘Alī, and so forth, from Rasūlullāh (صلى الله عليه وسلم).

                          From the most famous and greatest of it (i.e. the Masānīd) is “Musnad al-Imām Ahmad”, may Allāh have mercy upon him, “Musnad Abī Dāwūd at-Tiyālisī”, may Allāh have mercy upon him, and there’s no Imām except that he has a Musnad (collection of narrations).

                          Furthermore, there are scholars who authored the “Jawāmi’” or “Ma’ājim”. The Ma’ājim is where the hadīths are narrated from Rasūlullāh (صلى الله عليه وسلم), however he arranges the order in respect to his Shuyūkh (i.e. teachers), and the arrangement may vary (from one to another).

                          Some of them arrange it in terms of the virtue (of his shaykh), others arrange it in terms of the Hijā’ī alphabet letters (i.e. the original order, unlike the modern-day order of the alphabet), and so forth, until the chain meets Rasūlullāh (صلى الله عليه وسلم).

                          And some of them authored “al-Musannafāt” (pl. of “musannaf”), books that are known as Musannafāt.

                          And ofcourse (going back), the most famous Ma’ājim is the “Ma’ājim” of Imām at-Tabarānī, may Allāh have mercy upon him, (entitled) “Al-Kabīr”, and “Al-Awsat”, and “As-Saghīr”.

                          As for those who authored the Musannafāt, the Musannafāt is laid out in terms of the chapters of Fiqh, however the difference between it and the Sunan, is that it narrates the hadīth that are “marfū’ah” (raised) to the Messenger of Allāh (صلى الله عليه وسلم), or “mawqūfah” (stopped) at the Sahābah, or “Maqtū’ah” (cut off) at the Tābi’īn.

                          From the most famous books concerning it, is the “Musannaf of Imām Ibn Abī Shaybah”, Abī Bakr. Also the “Musannaf of ‘Abdur-Razzāq as-San’ānī”, may Allāh have mercy upon them both.

                          And there are those who authored the “Mustadrakāt” (pl. of “mustadrak”), so he goes to a book which was authored by an Imām of hadīth, and he stipulates what that Imām stipulated (of authenticity), and he narrates what that Imām didn’t collect (in his book).

                          Such as “Al-Mustadrak ‘ala as-Sahīhayn” by Imām al-Hākim, may Allāh have mercy upon him, the Imām an-Naysābūrī, Abū ‘Abdillāh, and so forth.

                          Continued ⬇️
                          [13/02, 21:03] ...: #Bayqūniyyah

                          The compilations differ, you have the “Mustakhrajāt” (pl. of “mustakhraj”), “Mustadrakāt” (pl. of “mustadrak”), you have the “Jawāmi’” (pl. of “jāmi’”), “Ma’ājim” (pl. of “mu’jam”), “Sunan”, “Musannafāt” (pl. of “musannaf”), “Masānīd” (pl. of “musnad”), and other compilations from the various methodologies in compiling (hadīths).

                          Some of them stipulated “authenticity” in what he narrates, from the head of them is Imām al-Bukhārī (رحمه الله) in his “Sahīh”, likewise Imām Muslim, Imām Ibn Khuzaymah, Imām Ibn Hibbān, and many others like them.

                          So these are various methodologies which the scholars took the task of compiling these books, and they adhered to the manhaj they chose for themselves.

                          All these books (aforementioned) are known as the “Kutub as-Sunnah al-Asliyyah” (the original books compiled on the sunnah).

                          There are other books of the Sunnah, however they are “Far’iyyah” (i.e. sub-branch books of the sunnah), they are not “Asliyyah” (the original books on the sunnah), what are these (far’iyyah) books?

                          They are the books which are cut off from Asānīd (i.e. chains of transmission), which don’t have chains of transmission (from the author to Rasūlullāh), however it has references to these (original) books (of the sunnah), to the mother books, to the usūl (original foundation).

                          And the Imāms author in terms of numerous different topics, they may choose a wide range of chapters. Such as what Imām an-Nawawī (رحمه الله) did in his book “Riyādh as-Sālihīn”. He also did the same thing in his book “Ar-Arba’īn an-Nawawiyyah”.

                          And what has been authored concerning this matter, i.e. In the Sunnah or Hadīth which are from the “kutub al-Far’iyyah” (sub-branch books of the sunnah) are numerous compilations.

                          Such as “‘Umdat al-Ahkām”, “Bulūgh al-Marām”, and other books. Moreover, the scholars authored in hadīth other topics.

                          They authored “Mushkil al-Hadīth” (conflicting hadīths), when hadīths are contrary to one another, they authored books concerning that, such as what Imām at-Tahāwī (رحمه الله) did, along with others.

                          Likewise, they authored books which focus on the “Rijāl” (i.e. male and female narrators of hadīth), because as you all know, the hadīth is comprised of two things:

                          1 — The Isnād (chain of transmission).
                          2 — The Matn (text of the hadīth).


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                              Summary of madkhalia ' salafia'

                              The Madaakhilah are the name of a sect which ascribes itself to Salafeeyah. They are named after Rabee’ bin Haadee al-Madkhalee (from the Madkhalee tribe). Just like the Ashaa’irah are named after Abul-Hasan al-Ash’aree (from the Ash’aree tribe).

                              They have been named other things too.

                              Jaameeyah: named after Muhammad Amaan al-Jaamee, a scholar from Africa, who started some of the criticisms of scholars, students, and callers early on. I personally don’t like this name, because Muhammad Amaan al-Jaamee is not as well known as Rabee’, nor does he hold as high a place amongst the sect, nor was he as extreme as Rabee’.

                              Salafeeyah Jadeedah: Neo-Salafeeyah.

                              Jamaa’at at-Tabdee’ wal-Hijrah: The group of declaring others innovators and boycotting.

                              Ad’iyaa’ as-Salafeeyah: Salafee claimants.

                              Khuloof: Which means those who came after (the Salaf), in reference to the Hadeeth in Saheeh Muslim, “Then there will come Khuloof, who will say what they do not do, and do what they were not ordered, so whoever does Jihaad against them with his hand, then he is a believer…etc.”

                              Salafeeyoo Ahl al-Walaa’: Those with alliance/friendship [to the government] Salafees. This term was coined up by a group of Madaakhilah in a research paper that they wrote for the interior minister of Saudi Arabia, to help him against “the callers to revolution.” The label has also been used against them by some of the scholars.

                              Murji’at al-’Asr: The Murji’ah of the era, due to the fact that Irjaa’ runs rampant amongst their followers, although it is not their most unique trait.

                              We prefer to call them Madaakhilah, because the person who spread their corrupt call east and west was Rabee’, May Allaah Give him what he deserves. He is also the most famous of their scholars.

                              As for their most unique trait (not their worst), I personally believe that to be their exaggerated and extreme understandings of Jarh and Tabdee’. Jarh is the science of disparaging narrators due to deficiency in their trustworthiness. This was practiced by the scholars so as to know from who Hadeeth can be accepted from, and from who should it be rejected. They also used it in the later generations in the sense from who can knowledge be taken from. Tabdee’ is to declare someone an innovator.

                              This extremity is most clear in their wrong application of the principle “whoever does not declare the innovator to be an innovator then he is an innovator.” So they misapply this principle as the Takfeeree groups misapply the correct principle “whoever does not declare the Kaafir to be a Kaafir then he is a Kaafir.” The starting point for the average and typical Madkhalee (layman or scholar) is Sayyid Qutb. Whoever does not declare him to be an innovator, then he is an innovator. Whoever does not declare the one who abstained from Tabdee’ of Sayyid, to be an innovator, then he also is an innovator, and onwards, until noone is left on the earth except the few members of their sect.

                              Due to their extremism, they followed the habits of Ahl al-Bida’ before them, so they further divided into subsects. Those who sided with Rabee’ on some issues, and those who sided with an Egyptian by the name of Abul-Hasan al-Ma’ribee. The division started over Abul-Hasan’s abstaining from declaring certain individuals innovators (in addition to other things), and those who abstained from declaring Abul-Hasan an innovator was grouped with him. This includes the Jordanian Madaakhilah who claim to be students of Shaykh al-Albaanee (which has been declared a false claim, by some of those who were close to the Shaykh, such as Aboo Maalik Muhammad Ibraaheem Shaqrah, an ex-Madkhalee).

                              The innovations and deviance of the Madaakhilah include:

                              • Believing that legislating manmade laws, complete abstinence from ruling by the Sharee’ah, or resisting to rule by the Sharee’ah, seeking judgement from Taaghoot, are all just minor Kufr, that do not exit the doer from the religion of Islaam, except with Istihlaal. Istihlaal is to believe his sin to be permissible. So they make the sins of major Kufr and major Shirk equal to lesser sins lik