On Thursday 1st Dū al-Qaʿdah 1440 (4th July 2019) our noble Shaykh Ḥasan ibn ʿAbdul Wahhāb al-Bannā (may Allāh preserve him) was asked about a salafī brother who continuously allows his wife to travel without a maḥram (the guardian required for travel in the Islāmic Legislation). The Shaykh elaborates about the lack of praiseworthy jealousy that this person possesses. He speaks about the honour of the woman in Islām and the jealousy that our beloved Messenger Muḥammad صلى الله عليه وعلى آله وسلم had for the women under his care, that every man should have. This is truly one of those defining injunctions of the Islamic Legislation that has been revealed to preserve the family structure and by extension a chaste and honourable society. May Allāh make us from those that have praiseworthy jealousy and protect us from blameworthy jealousy.
On Tuesday 21st Shawwāl 1440 (25th June 2019) A question was sent for our regular question and answer session with our noble Shaykh The Father ʿAllāmah Ḥasan ibn ʿAbdul Wahhāb al-Bannā (may Allāh preserve him) regarding a claim that he said it is permissible to take knowledge from Abū ʿAbd-alʿAlā Khālid Muḥammad ʿUthmān al-Misrī even though he erred with regard to the issue of Muḥammad binHadī and his accusations of ṣaʿāfiqah. Our Shaykh Ḥasan, the ʿAlim of Egypt, explicitly declared his innocence from this accusation and instead stated in no uncertain terms that he stands with Shaykh Rabīʿ in warning against Khālid Muḥammad ʿUthmān.
Our noble teacher Abū Idrīs Muḥammad (حفظه الله) gave a heart-warming reminder to the jama’āh at Masjid Ibn ’Abbaas Tobago on Wednesday the 8th of May, 2019. In his beautiful admonishment our brother encouraged the one who was fortunate to reach this blessed month of Ramaḍān to capitalise on every opportunity for reward.
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Question: One aspires to attain taqwá in Ramaḍān. What are the signs that we are achieving this?
Answer: The People of Knowledge mention with relation to seasonal actions that come upon us like the Ḥajj and fasting in Ramaḍān, that there are some signs that one’s Ramaḍān is accepted and the person is achieving piety throughout and what follows at the end of that action. One of the greatest and most profound signs is that a person desires to continue with the good that they have been practicing after the action has been completed…
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Our Shaykh Abū Ḥakīm Bilāl Davis (حفظه الله) was asked the following,
Question: Regarding the ḥadīth about the shayṭān flowing through the veins, is he physically in our veins and does fasting physically weaken him? Does this weakness result in him not being able to influence us as much? Also, is it shayṭān or the shayaṭīn?
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