By Anders Nielsen I was at a point in my life, where I had to reevaluate my values, my goals and my whole person, my identity, what I had so far achieved, by what means and if this was the way to continue. I had little clue about who I really were as person, although …
It is impossible to turn a blind eye to the fact that Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Praise and Peace be upon Him) is by far the most worthy and the greatest of all mankind, and that he is the most perfect of all, adorned with the most excellent virtues and qualities. وأحسن منك لم تر قط …
Book Release: The Light of Sight – Nur al-Uyun – A Concise Biography of the Prophet: Download here
Interesting interview with Shaykh ‘Abd-Allah Althaparro al-Firansi (al-Maliki al-Tijani) – French convert to Islam: From Aljazeera (Arabic, no subtitles). Transcript (in Arabic): http://www.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/218E0409-1FBC-4ADD-B5E9-491EBD730AA8.htm Pour les francophones: http://alfoulk.wordpress.com (site du Shaykh ‘Abd-Allah)
Before Malik and Abu Hanifa’s encounter, Imam Malik used to say, “Beware of the people of opinion.” Abu Hanifa’s school was called the “school of opinion.” Before their meeting, there was a lot of talk and exchange of letters but they only met during the rituals of the Hajj.
Imam al-Dhahabi (rahimahullah) described Imam Malik ibn Anas (rahimahullah) in his encyclopedia of biographical history: Imam Malik was tall, muscular and blonde. He had a large light beard and did not trim his moustache short. Green eyes. Clean clothes. [Siyar A’lam al-Nubala’, p. 8/48]