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~THE THREE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES~ Abu Abdissalam

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  • ~THE THREE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES~ Abu Abdissalam





    http://www.abuabdissalam.com/?p=4

    little intro about the speaker:

    Brother Abu Abdissalam was born in Coventry and was raised in London. Graduating with a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from the City University in London, his zeal for knowledge led him to give up a subsequently lucrative career in the computer industry to join Dar Al-Hadith Al-Khayriyyah in the blessed city of Makkah and obtain a degree in Islamic Studies specializing in Hadith and its Sciences.

    During the course of his studies he has acquired ijazas for all of the six major books of Hadith (Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmidhi, Abu Daud, Nasai and Ibn Majah). In addition, he also has ijazas for the Sharh of Aqidah Tahawiyyah of Ibn Abdil Izz al-Hanafi, Shaykh Muhammmad Amin al Harari's Sharh of Muqadimmah of Muslim and Nuzhat An-Nazr Sharh Nukhbat al-Fikr of Ibn Hajar. He has translated a number of Islamic texts from Arabic into English for the benefit of the English-speaking Muslims around the world.

    He is actively involved in many spheres of Dawah in the UK and has numerous notable achievements. These include establishing the Islamic Network, a non-profit organization that provides a common platform for various dawah efforts to work collectively in the UK and abroad.
    He also appears regularly on Islam Channel, a UK based satellite channel which is currently broadcasting two of his series: Heavenly Pearls and Stories of the Prophets.
    Some scholars advised:"Remove the causes of riyaa` from yourself by considering the opinion of people as important to you as animals and small children. Do not differentiate in your worship between the presence of people or their absence, or between their knowledge of your actions and their ignorance. Rather be concious of the infinite knowledge of Allaah alone."

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