ash-Shaykh ‘Abdullaah ibn ‘Abdir-Raheem al-Bukhaaree حفظه الله تعالى
Translated by Abu Khadeejah ‘Abdul-Waahid حفظه الله (with minor editing by adam ibn zuber for ease of reading)
Translated by Raha ibn Donald Batts
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Question: As it relates to mucus which descends from the nose to the throat, does it break the fast?
Shaykh Al Albani: Directly from the nose to the throat does not break the fast.
Question: Okay, what if they gather the mucus in their mouth (and then swallow it)?
Shaykh Al Albani: No, it has the same ruling my brother. But it is not permissible to intake mucus from an outside source, because it will then have the ruling of food and drink. And although this (swallowing mucus) is something disgusting and it is better to spit it out; but as for invalidating the fast, then it does not invalidate the fast.
Translated by Rasheed ibn Estes Barbee
Friday Khutbah delivered by Shaykh Ahmad as-Subay’ee in August 2013 stressing the importance of seeking the forgiveness of Allah and sticking to the Sunnah.
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Are the names Taha and Yasin from the names of the Prophet ﷺ?
Shaykh Sālih bin Fawzān Al-Fawzān:
That is with the ignorants. [In reality] Taha are separated letters. Taa, Haa (ط ها). Yaaseen are separated letters. Yaa Seen (ي س). Like Haa Meem( ح م), like Alif laam meem (أ ل م), like Taa Seen (ط س), Taa Seen Meem (ط س م). These are separate letters, but they [ignoramuses] made them into the names of the messenger ﷺ. The Prophet’s names are known and established and Taha and Yasin are not from them.
“Is exceeding the speed limit on the roads in respect of traffic [regulations], if safe from harm, is it considered to be disobedience to the ruler?”
Al-‘Allâmah Sâlih al-Fawzân:
“Whether a speed[limit] has been set or not, [driving at] speeds that are a danger to you or to the people is not permissible. This is because it is a cause of destruction for you and others, so it is not permitted to exceed speed [limits], which is a cause of danger.”
محاضرة الدمعة البازية في اللقاء والأسئلة
ash-Shaykh ‘Abdul-‘Azeez ibn ‘Abdillaah ibn Baaz رحمه الله رحمة واسعة
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Be sure to read the explanatory notes by Abu Khadeejah حفظه الله as well.
From The Tape Ad-Dam`at al-Baaziyah. (The Baazee Teardrop) i.e. The Tears of Ibn Baaz.
The story behind the tape:
The pious eminent Shaikh, the Imaam, the Scholar, `Abdul-`Azeez Ibn `Abdullaah Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah) delivered a lecture to a group of teachers and students from the ‘Department of Sunnah and Foundations of the Deen’ at the University of Imaam Muhammad Ibn Sa`ood in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in early to mid 1990′s. In this lecture, he encouraged with seeking knowledge and giving da`wah. He is also spoke concerning his own Shaikh, the Muftee, Muhammad Ibn Ibraaheem Aalush-Shaikh (rahimahullaah), and the concern he would have over his students in terms of their learning and manners and other than that. And as Shaikh Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah) remembered the manners, behaviour, knowledge and good treatment of Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Ibraaheem (rahimahullaah), Shaikh Ibn Baaz started to weep due to the immense love for his Shaikh. As he continued talking, he cried further until he can be heard on the audio tape weeping. For this reason, the one who recorded the lecture entitled it, “The Baazee Teardrop”, or maybe more eloquently in English, “The Tears Of Ibn Baaz.”
Once Shaikh Ibn Baaz finished his lecture, he took questions from those present, covering various topics such as the science of hadeeth, the ruling upon those who abandon the prayer, and so on. Side “A” of the audio tape finishes there. Then side “B” begins, and the crux of that revolves around the topic of: “The disbelief of the Rulers who exchange the Sharee`ah”. So the questions begin concerning the verse:
“And whomsoever does not judge by that which Allaah has revealed, then such are the unbelievers.” (al-Maa’idah)
So the one who introduced the lecture of Shaikhul-Islaam Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah) was `Abdullaah Ibn Jibreen. This whole debate was orchestrated by those affected by ideas of Sayyid Qutb in the hope that they could convince or overpower Shaikh Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah). From this discussion you will see how this Imaam of the Sunnah was not swayed by some of these heads of hizbiyyah, Qutbiyyah, and misguided political ideologies. Those most ardent here in front of Shaikh Ibn Baaz were the likes of Salmaan al-`Awdah, `Aa’id al-Qarnee, and others. The Shaikh remained steadfast, firm and resolute as they threw question after question knowing that his position was the truth, may Allaah have mercy upon him.
What is quite astounding is the fact that even after this and other discussions with the great scholars of the era, the likes of al-`Awdah, al-Qarnee, Safar al-Hawaalee, and even Ibn Jibreen did not take on board the guidance of these eminent scholars. So they became well-known for their defence of the Jihadist ideologues such as Sayyid Qutb, and embraced these false doctrines, teaching that to the youth. The end result of which was mayhem and chaos amongst the Muslim youth; the proliferation of street demonstrations, rebellious speeches from the pulpits, increase in terrorist plots, open belittlement and disrespect towards the Rulers, little attention paid towards teaching the youth the basics of Tawheed and Sunnah and great exaggerated emphasis placed upon entry into the political arena, parliaments and democratic elections. The fruits of this false doctrine we see in full fruition today within Muslim communities. This also shows the immense insight of the Scholars of the era that is not seen by the hasty agitators who seek to cajole the youth into wasting their lives in futile causes whilst those who direct them sit comfortably in their homes watching the anarchy unfold on the news channels.