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Old 27Oct2008, 08:13 PM   #1
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I just wanted to say i am happy to be here at home with an active site as this. Insha Allah we can increase in ilm from each other.I am also happy to know that there are masjids very active in offering classes to the muslims, this is much needed. I am very careful where i get my knowledge from as we all have to be,because honestly i have started some classes in some masjids and the aqeedah was just not right.May Allah guide us all to the right and correct path, Ameen.

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Asalaam wa alaikum,
I just wanted to say i am happy to be here at home with an active site as this. Insha Allah we can increase in ilm from each other.I am also happy to know that there are masjids very active in offering classes to the muslims, this is much needed. I am very careful where i get my knowledge from as we all have to be,because honestly i have started some classes in some masjids and the aqeedah was just not right.May Allah guide us all to the right and correct path, Ameen.

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I just wanted to say i am happy to be here at home with an active site as this. Insha Allah we can increase in ilm from each other.I am also happy to know that there are masjids very active in offering classes to the muslims, this is much needed. I am very careful where i get my knowledge from as we all have to be,because honestly i have started some classes in some masjids and the aqeedah was just not right.May Allah guide us all to the right and correct path, Ameen.

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MashaAllah,

I know of Dawud Adeeb and Abu Awais, but who are the other brothers.. are they upon the Sunnah??


There are many lectures from the first two brothers (in mp3 format) that are also downloadable.. see this thread: http://aa.trinimuslims.com/showthread.php?t=5517


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Our elder, brother Daawood Adeeb was born in the USA and accepted Islaam in 1975. Shortly thereafter – without a teacher - he began to learn the Arabic language and by 1977 he was the regular khateeb (preacher) at two local masaajid in his hometown of Newark, New Jersey including the musallaa (prayer hall) at the New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry. Daawood also served as Director of Islamic Studies from 1980 to 1985. While serving as the Director of a full time Islamic school he also taught grades pre-kindergarten through twelve. He has worked as a chaplain in three state correctional institutions teaching Arabic language, Islamic studies and counselling both Muslims and non-Muslims inmates alike. He has lectured in the Caribbean, throughout North and South America (where he has delivered talks on both television and radio), Britain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Germany at civic centers, prisons, elementary, secondary and high schools, colleges, universities and churches. He is an Islamic marriage counsellor and was recently the Imaam of Masjidul-Bayaan formerly the Islamic Center of Asbury Park, New Jersey. Currently, Aboo Tasneem is the Imaam of Masjid as-Sunnah Nabawiyyah in Philadelphia. He continues to call to ad-Da'watus-Salafiyyah through his lectures and classes, remaining steadfast to the speech of the 'Ulamaa (Scholars) of Ahlus-Sunnah.
- AUDIO -
  1. Iman
    1. Obstacles Of The New Shahaadah
    2. 4 Pillars of kufr
  2. Innovation
    1. An Analytical Criticism Of Sufism 01 - Part 02
    2. Readings in Elementary Qutbism
      Prepared by Salafi Publications, this introductory treatise on Qutbism, the methodology of Sayyid Qutb and the calamities of his revolutionary ideology. Review: An audio narration of the introductory article on Qutbism from Salafi Publications. You can search their website for the series of detailed essays on the topic.
  3. Salah
    1. 9 Conditions of the Salaat
  4. Character - Akhlaq - Tazkiya
    1. Perfecting One's Character Perfects One's Islaam
      The Messenger of Allaah has informed us that he came to perfect the manners and character. So perfecting one’s character is indeed part of perfecting one’s Islaam.
    2. Purirification of the soul by way of Doaa Part01 | Part02 | Part03
    3. Manners of Drinking Part1 | Part2
    4. Manners of Eating part1 | part2
    5. Manners Of Sleeping
    6. al-Adhab al-Mufrad Session 1 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 04 QA | 05 | 05 QA
    7. What You Can't see Can Hurt You - The Jinn, Magic and the Evil Eye!!
      A khutbah explaining the oft overlooked topic of ‘The Jinn, Magic and The Evil Eye’. Created Beings, forbidden knowledge, jealousy and envy that can harm, corrupt or even kill. In this modern-day society of supposed ‘intellectual awakening’, a society that believes in oxygen, when we can’t see it, a mere false-theory of homosexuality being ‘scientifically’ natural and many other affairs of the unseen, however many of the Muslim and non-Muslim society reject the reality of the Jinn, Magic and The Evil Eye despite its revelation in Qur’aan and explanation in the Sunnah. Read More Here
  5. Final Journey
    1. Death and the Journey After
      A vivid description of what the soul of the Believer, as well as the non-Believer goes through after they this worldly life.
    2. Trials Of The Grave
    3. Minor Signs Of The Day Of Judgment
  6. Ummah
    1. The Weakness Of Ummah And Its Remedy
  7. Dawah
    1. Islam In Focus
    2. Why you should be a muslim part 01 | part 02
    3. The Role of Women in Da'wah
      A clarification of the role of the Muslim woman in da’wah. This lecture clarifies the middle correct path between two extremes: one extreme which does not afford any such role to the woman, and the other extreme which exaggerates in giving liberties to women.
  8. Family
    1. Teenager In Islam
    2. Engagement For Marriage 01 - Part 02
    3. Teaching the members of the house part1 | part2
    4. Make your houses places of Dhikr of Allah part1 | part2
    5. How we should raise our children prt1 | prt2
    6. Purpose of building a house 1a | 1b | 1c
    7. How to build an islamic household part 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 |
  9. Aqeeda & Fiqh
    1. Things that Nullify ones Islam prt1 | prt2
    2. Evolution Of Fiqh 2
  10. Sunnah
    1. Who is the Sunni?
    2. Defending the Sunnah
    3. Who are the Strangers Part01 | Part02
    4. Happiness is in As-Salafiyyah - Jumuah Khutba
    5. Following the Qur'aan and Sunnah According to the Salaf
      A lecture from the event, 'Pearls From the Foundations of Ahlul-Athar' in Toronto, Canada (2002). Aboo Tasneem translates and explains one of the points from Shaykh 'Abdul-Maalik Ramadaanee al-Jazaa'iree's noble book. The topic of following the Qur'aan and Sunnah, in essence, being Salafee is discussed along with actualizing the verse in Sooratul-Fatihah, "Guide us to the Straight Way." (Sooratul-Fatihah, 1:6)
  11. Sins
    1. The Doors to Sin are Opened by Thoughts of the Mind
      A Khutbah delivered in Belfast, N. Ireland, March '05, Allaah mentions, “Allaah wishes to make clear (what is lawful and what is unlawful) to you, and to show you the ways of those before you, and to accept your repentance, and Allaah is the All*Knower, All*Wise. Allaah wishes to accept your repentance, but those who follow their lusts, wish that you should deviate tremendously away from the right path. Allaah wishes to lighten (the burden) for you; and man was created weak.” [Sooratun-Nisaa', 4:26-27]
    2. Backbiting Part 01 - Part 02
    3. How to Remove Sins
      An admonishment that every son of Aadam should heed. How many of us are overcome by our smaller sins that we do not give importance to? Indeed, there is a way to rectify the problem, listen to the lecture and benefit yourself O sinful son or daughter of Aadam!
  12. Fasting
    1. Fasting Part1 - Part2
  13. Women
    1. Problems Facing Muslim Women 1 | part02
    2. womens q & a
    3. The Role of Women in Da'wah
      A clarification of the role of the Muslim woman in da’wah. This lecture clarifies the middle correct path between two extremes: one extreme which does not afford any such role to the woman, and the other extreme which exaggerates in giving liberties to women.
    4. Marriage or Education, Which Comes First?
      Review: A touching admonition highlighting those Muslims who put their children, especially their Muslim daughters in these western countries through cultural practices not befitting Islaam. The story of a Muslim sister who is prohibited from marrying a man due to his cultural background being different, coupled with her father's desire to prevent her from being Salafee and wearing Hijaab! An important lecture for the young muslim and his/her parents. The lecture also exposes the 'business of education' and the intellectual brainwashing that has indoctrinated the Muslims with a method of study now, marry later.
    5. The Virtues of the Wives of the Du'aat
      States Aboo Tasneem Daawood Adeeb, “The woman who is married to the person who is giving da’wah has to have some qualities. Because she is going to have some pros and some cons. She has a job which is a job for a special woman. And we are not saying that the woman who is married to the person who calls to the way of Allaah is a special woman within herself, we are saying that the woman who is married to a man who has taken up the job full-time as a da’iyah to Allaah and his Tawheed and to call the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allaah (sallaAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) and manhaj as-salafee and al-‘aqeedatus-salafiyyah, that woman has to be a special woman. She has to have special characteristics that will afford her the opportunity to be able to reap the benefits of being married to a man that has devoted his time on a full-time basis to give da’wah to the people, to call the people to Allaah…”
  14. Quran - Tafseer
    1. Stories of the Strangers in the Quran Part01 | Part02
    2. Tafsir of Surah Az-Zumar 01 | Part02
  15. Comparitive Religion
  16. Tawheed
    1. Tawheedul-'Asmaa` was-Sifaat (The Oneness of Allaah in His Names and Attributes)
      Learn about the finer aspect of Tawheed that is often overlooked in terms of importance, and even denied by many Muslims due to their ignorance of the meanings of the texts of the Qur‘aan and Sunnah.
    2. The 4 principles prt2 | prt3 | prt4
  17. Misc
    1. Q A Session
    2. Khutbah
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Aboo Uways Abdullaah Ahmad Alee (1425H)

One of the pioneers of ad-da'watus-salafiyyah in the West. Aboo Uways (rahimahullaah) was the Imaam of the salafee masjid, Masjid Rahmah in Newark, New Jersey, USA. After studying in Saudi Arabia, Aboo Uways migrated to England where he called to the usool of salafiyyah at a time when many were afraid to use the praiseworthy term 'salafee'. He later returned to America in the mid-nineties and was influential towards spreading salafiyyah in N. America and repelling the callers to innovation. (Taken from troid.org)
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  1. Iman
    1. The decrease after the increase
    2. You Will Not be a Believer Until...
      A khutbah addressing the issue of true eemaan.
  2. Tawheed
    1. The Two Testimonies & the Purpose of Life
      An explanation of the shahadatayn and a directive towards fulfilling the purpose of creation.
  3. Innovation
    1. This Day I Have Completed Your Deen
    2. Its Haraam to be a Hizbee
      Hizbiyyah (partisanship) whether it be to a nation, tribe, organisation or group is prohibited. The only partisanship one should have is to Allaah and his Messenger (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam), partisanship for the truth.
    3. Unity is Sunnah and Division is Bidah
  4. Character - Akhlaq - Tazkiya
    1. The Diseases of the Heart
      A large focus of the lecture is on being just, having 'justice' in one's affairs. Not being deceitful and treacherous with the people. Review: A large focus of the lecture is on being just, having 'justice' in one's affairs. Not being deceitful and treacherous with the people.
      - Aboo Uways reminds us, "What we do matters, what we say matters, how we deal with people matters, and Allaah is going to judge us and we will stand accountable for this. The issue is a matter of justice. We have been unjust with our tongues, we have been unjust with our hands, we have been unjust with our hearts, we have been unjust with our business dealings, we have been unjust with our transactions and our dealings with one another. We have to clean this up!
      - We are talking about diseases of the hearts, and from the diseases of the heart is the dhulm (oppression), the injustice that we do to one another, the injustice that we do to our wives, the injustice that they do to us, the injustice that attaches itself to our children, the injustice with those whom we come in contact with in the masjid, and with those we meet on the street.
      - To be just is what is required! It is a judge in any given situation with what is true, what is real, what is right!"
    2. Gentleness and Ease
      The Messenger - ’alayhis-salaatu was-salaam – said, “Indeed gentleness does not enter into anything except that it beautifies it, is it removed from anything except that it disfigures it.”
    3. Firmness in times of fitnah part 01
    4. Firmness in times of fitnah part 02
      A look at how the Messenger (peace be upon him) and his Companions suffered at the hands of the disbelievers but remained steadfast upon the worship of Allaah alone, and some important lessons to be learned from this.
    5. Being patient during times of fitan
    6. Protection from the Evil Eye- Part 01 - Part-02
      A good overview of the evil-eye, its causes and remedies from the book, 'The medicine of the prophet' by Ibnul-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah.
    7. Its time to repent to Allah
    8. The greater the hardship the greater the reward
    9. What is your connection with Allah
  5. Knowledge
    1. Knowledge is a matter of deen
    2. The importance of sticking to the Ulemaa
    3. There are NO scholars in the West
      A hearty blow to one of the scandalous misconceptions disseminated by the ahlul-bid'ah. The false claim that someone from the West is a scholar was spread vigorously in the past decade with the intention of disconnecting the general Muslim from the Scholar. Therefore, breaking the link between the Muslim and the 'Inheritor of the Prophet', a deadly misguidance which kept many away from the clarity of the scholars, in effect, disconnecting them from the Sunnah and the sources of the Sunnah (the scholars). - Several years on, this brave speech is indicative of the bravery and love our brother (rahimahullaah) had for the Sunnah and its people. The affairs of Aboo Muslimah became clear due to the efforts of Aboo Uways and others, however, this talk was a catalyst in clarfying the affair and drumming in to the minds of the listener the status of the 'Ulamaa and the hizbiyyah of this once famous and popular speaker (Aboo Muslimah). Many others followed Aboo Uways' lead but it was this talk which paved the way and this type of courage has been rarely seen against hizbiyyah in the years which have followed in our lands.
    4. Fataawaa Of The Scholars Unseen
  6. Salah
    1. Some Etiquettes of Jumuah Having a Proper Wudoo and Being Silent
  7. Final Journey
    1. The Bridge Over the Hell-Fire !!
      A test which every person will face. Learn about its horrors that you may be compelled towards worshipping Allaah upon the correct 'Aqeedah, lest one falls into the hell-fire!!
    2. What are we here for
  8. Ummah
    1. Brotherhood is mandatory
    2. Unity is Sunnah and Division is Bidah
    3. Muslims have been commanded to be united
  9. Dawah
    1. The Message of the Prophets
      An overview of the da'watul-anbiyaa, the call to pure tawheed.
    2. 50 Points Defining The Salafi Dawah 1
    3. 50 Points Defining The Salafi Dawah 2
    4. A Reply To Abu Usaamah If Speech Is From Silver
    5. A Reply To Abu Usaamah If Speech Is From Silver-part2
    6. The Deception Of Abu Usaamah Khalifah
  10. Family
    1. Manners Of Husband Wife
  11. Sunnah
    1. Happiness is in As-Salafiyyah - Vol 2 - Jumuah Khutba
    2. Why We Chose The Sunnah As A Way Of Life
    3. This Day I Have Completed Your Deen
  12. Aqeeda & Fiqh
    1. Be steadfast upon the way of the Salaf and beware the misguidance of the Khalaf
    2. Belief Of Ahlus-Sunnah Regarding The Companions
    3. Hold on to what the companions were on
    4. Sharh Aqeedatal Waasitiyyah - Part 01 - Part 02 - Part 03 - Part 04 - Part 05 - Part 06 - Part 07 - Part 08
  13. Jihad
    1. Levels of Jihad
    2. Jihaad: The Misconceptions Cleared
      An excellent admonition repelling the shubuhaat (doubts) that are widespread amongst the average Muslim in relation to 'Jihaad'. Review: Our noble brother, Aboo Uways explains the varying types of Jihaad; that which is obligatory on every Muslim and that which is obligatory upon the people of a given land. Also, the criterion for Jihaad, it's conditions and understanding the position of the rulers and the ruled. The lecture contains an inspiring reminder of the widespread ignorance that is commonplace amongst the Muslim ummah, that Muslims from the West to the East are eager to pick up arms and defend the shee'ah but yet there is no concern for 'tasfiyah wat-tarbiyah' (purification and education) in the most basic of affairs.
  14. Sins
    1. Harming the Muslims with your tongue and hands
  15. Seerah
    1. The Biography of al-'Allaamah Muhammad Amaan al-Jaamee [d. 1416H]
      Upon the death of the Shaykh, Shaykh Ibn Baaz wrote of him: "He was known to me for his sound knowledge and correct 'aqeedah and his activeness in the field of da'wah to Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) and warning against the innovations and deviation. May Allaah forgive him and grant him an abode in Paradise and make noble his offspring and join us all in His Noble House (Paradise). Indeed, He is the All-Hearing and Near (with His Knowledge)." (9/1/1418 A.H.)
  16. Ramadhan
    1. Benefits of Ramadhaan we need Ramadhaan
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Asalaam wa alaikum,
I just wanted to say i am happy to be here at home with an active site as this. Insha Allah we can increase in ilm from each other.I am also happy to know that there are masjids very active in offering classes to the muslims, this is much needed. I am very careful where i get my knowledge from as we all have to be,because honestly i have started some classes in some masjids and the aqeedah was just not right.May Allah guide us all to the right and correct path, Ameen.

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[/quote]May Allah guide us all to the right and correct path, Ameen.

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