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Sharh Usool-ith-Thalaathah - Explanation of the Three Fundamental Principles (ittibaa.com)
Sharh Usool-ith-Thalaathah - Explanation of the Three Fundamental Principles
of Imaam Muhammad ibn 'Abdil-Wahhaab [1115-1206 H]
Explained by Shaikh Saalih ibn Saalih al-Fawzaan haafidhahullaah
Al-Usool-uth-Thalaathah (The Three Fundamental Principles) is the great work of Muhammad ibn 'Abdil-Wahhaab, discussing the three questions which the dead person is asked in the grave: 'Who is your Lord?', 'What is your religion?' and 'Who is your Prophet?'.
Translated by Abu Talhah Dawud ibn Ronald Burbank (raheemullah).
Transcripts by 'Adnaan ibn Salmaan, Nasser ibn Najam and Umm Sufyaan Faatimah Agial
Beneath each lesson title you will find the beginning of the text of Al-Usool-uth-Thalaathah that has been covered in that particular lesson in brackets.
Recommended Study Guide:
Lesson 1: Introduction to the Explanation; How to Seek Knowledge; The Basmalah; The Manners of a Teacher
(In the Name of Allaah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy, Know may Allaah have mercy upon you...)
Lesson 2: Knowlege Which it is Obligatory to Learn
(That it is obligatory upon us to learn four matters; the first is knowledge...)
[[work in progress]]
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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