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saeed foudeh on atheist influences

دعوى من آثار الإلحاد يُعاد نشرها مفادها أنه لا قيمة للأديان جميع الأديان السماوية سواء فلا يجوز أن نكفر اليهودي والنصراني ———————————————– yesterday, a scholar told me about some “shaykh” who is advertised and (touted) as a scholar;...

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list of books on logic (in english)

lewis carroll: the game of logic: https://archive.org/download/gameoflogic00carruoft/gameoflogic00carruoft.pdf — lewis carroll: symbolic logic: https://archive.org/download/symboliclogic00carr/symboliclogic00carr.pdf — atwater: manual of elementary logic, 1867. https://archive.org/download/manualofelementa00atwarich/manualofelementa00atwarich.pdf —- sidgwick: elementary logic,...

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hamza yusuf hanson and his apology

hamza hanson, a.k.a. hamza yusuf in a speech said that he must 'defend' dante. he later said that by 'defend' he meant, 'explain'. dante is on his recommended reading list for years now. and dante is notorious for his insulting the Nabiy SallAllahu alayhi wa sallam. muhammad danyal, a student of shaykh asrar, the young scholar from UK started the blog adoptingorthdoxy, where he analysed hamza's positions and his...

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the sama’a and music thing

a person in the UK known as a scholar recently attended a gathering where he permitted music and claimed that it is proven from hadith and that he can himself prove it from fatawa ridawiyyah. my nerve snapped and i went for the jugular. FIRST POST tell pir saqib sahib to write a word by word refutation of the issue* alahazrat's masayil e samaa. if he cannot do it, his challenge is an empty boast and can impress only the jahil...

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On Love

He who fell in love and died (pining) he is martyr. That is, if he remained patient, did şabr. Imām Shafiýī said about love: hākadha’d dahru faşţabir lahu raziyyatu mālin aw firāqu ĥabībi This is the way of life, so be patient and reconciled; Either monetary problems, or separation from beloved. —– Maqāşid al-Ĥasanah of Imām as-Sakhāwī, Hadith 1153: man áshiqa fa áffa wa katama fa...

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Arbayin – The Quadraginta

Arbaýīn means forty. Imām Nawawi’s collection of forty ĥadīth is well known as Arbaýīn an-Nawawiyyah [Nawawi’s Quadraginta]. The Imām himself describes this in the preface: It has been narrated to us from Álī ibn Abū Ţālib, Ábdullāh ibn Masúūd, Muáādh ibn Jabal, Abū Dardā’a, Ibn Úmar, Ibn Ábbās, Anas ibn Mālik, Abū Hurayrah, Abū Saýīd...

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