Tag: salaf

Following the Salaf in Taking Ourselves to Account

Our Salaf (righteous predecessors), may Allaah have mercy upon them, would admonish themselves and hold themselves to account ... more

Abbad ibn Bishr: Friend of the Qur'an

He had lived, fought, and died as a believer. ... more

Sukoon al-Layl (Silence of the night)

There has not been a Prophet or Messenger except that they spent their nights in the worship of the One Who had sent them, and the night prayer has always been a sign of a believer. ... more

Analysis of Piety

From the morals and manners of the Salaf was that they would strictly analyze their piety (taqwa) never claiming to be a possessor of such. ... more

Analysis of Piety

From the morals and manners of the Salaf was that they would strictly analyze their piety (taqwa) never claiming to be a possessor of such. ... more

Truthfulness and Sincerity

From the sayings of the Salaf about Truthfulness and Sincerity Collected by Abdul Wahhab bin Muhammad as-Salafi ... more

Sayings of the Salaf on Sincerity

The sayings have been taken from Ihyaa Uloom id-Deen of al-Ghazaalee, Mukhtasir Minhaaj il-Qaasideen of Ibn Qudaamah and Kitaab uz-Zuhd of Ibn al-Mubaarak. ... more

Sayings of the Salaf on Sincerity

The sayings have been taken from Ihyaa Uloom id-Deen of al-Ghazaalee, Mukhtasir Minhaaj il-Qaasideen of Ibn Qudaamah and Kitaab uz-Zuhd of Ibn al-Mubaarak. ... more

Back to Ramadan of the Ancestors

Allah Glorified and Exalted has characterized Ramadan with special traits and shiny virtues. He has made it the month of belief and piety, the month of the criterion (between right and wrong) and guidance. The rewards of deeds are multiplied. The degrees of the fasters are increased in this world and in the Hereafter. ... more

How far are we from the fasting of the ancestors!

The righteous ancestors had glorious states and noble degrees concerning fasting. These states indicate their realization of the importance of this act of worship for cultivating souls, purifying hearts, establishing determination, controlling whims and getting rid of the evils of desires. ... more

Sunnis and self-reckoning

'Umar Ibn Al Khattab said: "Reckon yourselves before God reckons you, and weigh yourselves before you are weighed, as reckoning yourselves today will make it easier for you to be reckoned tomorrow, and be adorned for the greatest exhibition, “That Day, you will be exhibited [for judgment]; not hidden among you is anything concealed” [Al Haqqah 69:18]" (Al Helia: 1/52) ... more

Ancestors and Tolerance

Ayoub As-Sekhteyany said: “No man is noble until he possesses two characteristics: immaculate what others possess, and forgive what they do to us”. ... more