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Abul Hasan Malik al-Akhdar
One of the extremely well-versed callers to Islaam in the West. Abul-Hasan studied for a time in Yemen under al-Muhaddith Muqbil Ibn Haadee al-Waadi'ee (d.1421H). He is the author of 'In Defense of Islam in Light of the Events of September 11th.'
  1. Innovation
    1. Khawarij-Past and Present
      An outstanding lecture delivered by Abul-Hasan Maalik concerning the similarities of the Khawaarij of old with the Khawaarij of today. The speaker draws upon ancient Islaamic sources, as well as the religious edicts of the modern-day Scholars of the Sunnah.
    2. The Harms of Hizbiyyah
      A khutbah delivered by Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam that is based upon the book of Shaykh Yahyaa al-Hajooree, Adraarul-Hizbiyyah (the harms of hizbiyyah) - the khateeb also expounds upon the dangers of nationalism and boasting about one's lineage.
    3. Mistakes of the Salaf vs Mistakes of the Khalaf
      A lecture based upon the question, “Some of the people make tabdee’ of some of the A'immah such as Ibn Hajr, an-Nawawee, Ibn Hazm, ash-Shawkaanee and al-Bayhaqee and other them… Saying that it is not permissible to read their books, there are even stories of them burning their books, is this correct?”
      Review: A decisive blow to the hizbiyyeen who love to equate the errors of the juhaal (ignoramuses) such as Sayyib Qutb, Abul-Fitan al-Misree and those who arose from their mucus and poisonous ink with the shortcomings of the ‘ulamaa of the salaf. Thus, providing them with an ‘escape clause’ any time they are exposed issuing a statement which opposes the deen of Allaah and the sunnah of the Messenger (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam). Such that they can error and error and error and be free from blame since they hoodwink the general folk with the idea that the likes of Imaam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, the vanguard of the Sunnah in his time, the one who aided Islaam had mistakes in ‘aqeedah. An evil plot which has been abolished by the ahlul-hadeeth.
  2. Knowledge
    1. Saying "I don't know?" is Half of Knowledge
      The title is based upon the great statement of Imaam Maalik Ibn Anas (d.179H) and it establishes the great virtue and excellence that lies in a man who is sincere and can thus admit when he does not know an answer.
  3. Salah
    1. The 2nd Jama'aah: Halaal or Haraam?
      A clarification regarding the sometimes controversial, sometimes misunderstood topic of the ‘2nd Jama’aah’. Abul-Hasan Maalik Aadaam discusses some of the proofs and evidences in favour of the permissibility of making the 2nd jama’aah. Our brother draws upon some of the writings of the 'ulamaa who bring examples from the sahaabah and the salaf to support the permissibility of the act.
  4. Character - Akhlaq - Tazkiya
    1. Patience upon poverty
    2. al-Muwaazinaat - Counterbalancing the Good and Bad points when Criticising
      The speaker delivers an evident class of learning from some of the fataawaa of Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan about the innovation of al-Muwaazinaat (counterbalancing between the good and bad points when criticizing). Included as well is an extremely needed refutation upon the likes of Yaasir Qaadee, the hizbee chameleon who studies at the university of al-Madeenah.
  5. Jihad
    1. The Fitnah of al-Harj (Killing)
      This ’Eed khutbah came shortly after the horrendous events of 9/11. So a fitting sermon was delivered to the Muslims of Toronto about a fitnah that the Prophet foretold and the solution was highlighted. Review: This sermon stresses the importance of returning to the Prophetic methodology in order to avoid such calamities.
  6. Dawah
    1. The Truth About Islam - From Sacred Scriptures Science and Sound Logic- Part 01 - Part 02
      Our brother, Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam, presents this detailed study into the Religion of Islam, drawing upon not only religious scripture, but also the statements of well-respected scientists like Albert Einstein amongst others. He also draws heavily upon research studies on issues such as adultery in the United States, all of which point to the validity and justification of Islam in western society.
    2. Give Thanks and Praise to Allaah who Guided you to Islaam and the Sunnah
      This lecture is an important Friday sermon delivered to some Muslims who had accepted Islaam from Christianity some time ago. Review: The speaker stresses that they must not only thank Allaah for guiding them to Islaam, but that they should also thank Allaah for guiding them to the Sunnah, because Allaah has guided some people to Islaam, but not to the Sunnah.
  7. Hadith
    1. The Condition for using Weak Hadeeth
      A knowledge based class discussing the various positions of the Scholars with regard to the usage of weak (da’eef) ahaadeeth. The lecture is taken mainly from the speech of the muhaddith of his time, Imaam Muhammad Naasirud-Deen al-Albaanee, and it establishes the correct position on the usage of these weak narrations.
  8. Seerah
    1. The Biography of Imaam Muhammad Ibn 'Abdul-Wahaab
      A much needed biography of the great Scholar, Shaykhul-Islaam Muhammad Ibn ’Abdul-Wahhaab. The biography was written by Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan, it addresses some of the claims made by the proponents of the ‘Wahhaabee’ propaganda, as well as providing useful information about this great Scholar’s earlier and later years.
    2. Who is Shaykh Rabee' Ibn Haadee al-Madkhalee?
      A biographical account of the life of the Imaam of al-Jarh wat-Ta’deel, al-’Allaamah Rabee’ Ibn Haadee ’Umayr al-Madkhalee – hafidhahullaah.
      Review: The following is a biographical account of the life of the Imaam of al-Jarh wat-Ta’deel, al-’Allaamah Rabee’ Ibn Haadee ’Umayr al-Madkhalee – hafidhahullaah. The lecture also contains a refutation upon the people who try to find fault with the Shaykh, like Aboo Muflisah al-Hizbee and others.
  9. Family
    1. Polygyny part 01 - Polygyny part 02
      Listen to the recording of a recent radio program broadcast live on 900AM WURD in Philadelphia PA. Our brother, Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam appeared as a guest of the show to explain polygyny in Islaam. He additionally spoke about womens rights in Islaam, especially in polygynous marriages, and he also took questions from Muslim and non-Muslim callers.
Sahih al-Bukhari No. 6057. Narrated Aisha (ra):The Prophet was asked, "What deeds are loved most by Allah?" He said, "The most regular constant deeds even though they may be few." He added, 'Don't take upon yourselves, except the deeds which are within your ability." Reciter: al-Ajmy...Surah al-Faatihah - (The Opening: First Chapter of the Quran) (The text) | Ayatul Kursee (reciter: as-Shuraym; Tafseer;)

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