Who are to be addressed ‘in the manner which is best’?

It is obligatory upon the teacher and upon the one who calls to Allaah and upon the one who commands with the good and prohibits the evil that they be kind and gentle to the person they are addressing with supplication for them and through complimenting them and using mild speech, because this is more likely to bring about acceptance.

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Intellectual Evidence of the Existence of Allaah – Imam Abu Hanifa (Rahimahullaah)

As for the evidences from intellect, we ask: Do all these creatures exist by themselves, or by chance?
If you say they exist by themselves; this is rationally impossible, it was first non-existent, so how can it exist when it was non-existent?!
If you also say they exist by chance; then we say this is also impossible O denying one! All the things produced, like planes, rockets, vehicles and other forms of machinery, do they exist by chance?
Therefore, intellect, firmly and unequivocally, indicates the existence of Allaah.

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Important Principles of Salafiyyah for every Salafi to Know

From the Important Principles of Salafiyyah for every Salafi to Know, is knowing the difference between declaring someone to be an innovator, and warning from someone. And to know when each is used.

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Consistency is a Must

Success is most often attained by way of small yet consistent steps. The Arabs have a proverb which states, “A little which is consistent is better and far more in quantity than a lot which suddenly stops.”

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The Two Essentials

Prophet sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam has been characterised with two tasks: ta’leem (teaching) and tazkiyah (purification).
So, our misfortune lies in the absence of these two matters from our lives, and that he who calls to them, persisting in this and refusing to be pre-occupied from them by anything else, then he is upon the correct manhaj (methodology) and upon the Straight Path.

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The Student of Knowledge and the Books

In this book, the Shaikh discusses seven etiquettes that a Muslim, and in particular a student of knowledge, should abide by with regard to books.
(1) Arranging and Organizing Books
(2) Acquiring the Most Accurate Editions of books
(3) Keeping One’s Books Clean and Tidy
(4) Recording the Points of Benefit found in Books
(5) Lending books Out to Others
(6) Reviewing and Inspecting One’s Books
(7) Preserving and Safeguarding One’s Books

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