Once again Shaikh Saaleh Al-Fawzaan (may Allaah preserve him) reminds us of humility! He stated in the introduction of a book of his titled ‘It'haaf At-tullaab Bi-Sharh Mandhoomah
Ali Ibn Shaqeeq (rahimahullaah) said: I heard Abdullaah Ibnul Mubaarak (rahimahullaah) saying in the midst of the people: ''Leave the narrations of the Amr Bin Thaabit because he
A man said to Salmaan al-Faarisee (radiyallaahu-anahu), ''Advise me!'' He said: ''Do not speak.'' He (the man) said, ''I am not able to live amongst the people without speaking.''
Abdullaah Ibnul Mubaarak (rahimahullaah) said: ''From the greatest calamities for a man is that he knows of a shortcoming of his, yet he neither cares nor grieves''. [Source: Shu’ab
Assalaamu alaykum Warahmatullaah If you are not one of those sitting in the presence of the scholars and learning directly from them at present, but you are one who attends the lessons
The Messenger (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) - after Tasleem from Witr Salaah- used to say three times: [سُبْحَانَ المَلِكِ القُدُّوسِ] [Part of