Monthly Archives: November 2011

Explaining the Meaning of An-Nur (The Light) – One of Allaah’s Names

Prepared by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh (rahimahullah) An-Nur (The Light) – Soorat An-Nur (Qur’aan 24:35): 1-An-Nur is one of Allaah’s Names as well one of His Attribute, derived from His Nur (Light) which is an Attribute established with His Thaat (Essence). Allaah, (Azzawajal), said: Allaah is the Light (Nur) of the heavens and the earth [#2]…[TMQ;An-Nur(…)

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Allaah is Al-Hafeeth (the Preserver)

Allaah is Al-Hafeeth (the Preserver) Al-Hafeedh (The Guardian): The One Who protects and preserves what He created and Whose Knowledge encompasses all that He brought into existence. The One Who protects His friends from falling into sins and the destructive matters. The One Who is Kind to them during their periods of activity and rest.(…)

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Allaah’s Names Are Tawqeefiyyah

In the Name of Allaah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy. . . Al-Qawaa`id Al-Muthlaa Shaykh Ibn Al-`Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah) The FifthPrinciple Allaah’s Names Are Tawqeefiyyah By Ustaadh Moosaa Richardson, Notes by Umm Sufyaan Fatimah @ istijabah.com Related posts: # The deviations from the correct belief (ilhad) regarding the names of Allaah – Al-Qawaa`id al-Muthlaa(…)

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Allaah’s Names May or May Not Include a Related Ruling or Implication

In the Name of Allaah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy. . . Al-Qawaa`id Al-Muthlaa Shaykh Ibn Al-`Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah) The Third Principle Allaah’s Names May or May Not Include a Related Ruling or Implication By Ustaadh Moosaa Richardson, Notes by Umm Sufyaan Fatimah @ istijabah.com Related posts: Allaah’s Names Are Tawqeefiyyah # The deviations(…)

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[Audio] Nothing occurs except what Allaah Wills

Explanation of Aqeedah at-Tahaawiyyah From the Works of Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan & Shaykh Saalih Aal ash-Shaykh Translated By Abu ‘Iyaad Amjad Rafiq Lesson No.5 : #8 of Aqeedah at-Tahaawiyyah, Excellent lecture !! [Download MP3] Listen : And nothing occurs except what He wills. In this is the affirmation of Al Qadr (predestination) and Al Iraadah(…)

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Two Important Principles Concerning Allaah’s Names – Moosaa Richardson

Al-Qawaa`id Al-Muthlaa Shaykh Ibn Al-`Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah) Class 02 – Two Important Principles Concerning Allaah’s Names [PDF] By Ustaadh Moosaa Richardson Notes by Umm Sufyaan Fatimah – www.Istijabah.com The First  Principle  – “All Of Allaah’s Names Are Beautiful” The Second Principle  “They Are Both Titles And Descriptions“ Related posts: # The deviations from the correct belief(…)

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Ar-Rabb (The Lord)

The Meaning of Ar-Rabb, the Lord Ar-Rabb is the owner who has full authority over his property. Ar-Rabb, linguistically means, the master or the one who has the authority to lead. All of these meanings are correct for Allah. When it is alone, the word Rabb is used only for Allah. As for other than(…)

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Allaah is Al-Hakeem (The All-Wise)

<<And He is al-Hakeem, al-Khabeer>> [Soorah Saba 34:1] And His saying, (…And He is al-Hakeem…) has two meanings. The first of which is that he is the Judge (Haakim) between His creation, by way of His command that relates to the creation (al-amr al-kawnee) and His command that relates to the Sharee’ah (al-amr ash-shar’ee), in(…)

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Al-’Alee Al-’Atheem

And He [Allaah] is the Most High, the Most Great.  This sentence, with both of its boundaries defined, denotes exclusivity that He (Allaah) alone is the Most High, meaning that He possesses the absolute Transcendence (al-’uluw al-mutlaq). The restricted or limited ‘uluw (transcendence) is affirmed for the humans. Allaah تعالى said: So do not become(…)

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Neither Slumber, Nor Sleep overtakes Allaah

In His Saying: { لا تأخُذُهُ سِنَةُُ وَلاَ نَوْمُُ}  Neither slumber, nor sleep overtakes Him, Allaah did not say (what means): “He does not sleep,” instead He said: { لا تأخُذُهُ } (which means) “does not overtake Him” in order to comprise the sleep which overcomes and that arising by choice. If you say, “Does(…)

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