The Salafi Youth And Their Scholars: The Dangers of Social Media: By Abu Khadeejah

Khutbah at Masjid as-Salafī 14/08/15.

Abu Khadeejah advises with the words of Shaykh Sālih al Fawzān, regarding clinging to the Scholars and their advice. He cites the Hadith of the man who killed 99 men as a proof of the harm that will be caused by taking knowledge from incorrect sources. Abu Khadeejah also delivered a few words of advice after the khutbah, regarding the usage of ‘smart phones’ and social media, we have included these words for added benefit inshā Allaah.

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  1. Jazak Allah Khair ! Very beneficial advice on sticking to the scholars to remain steadfast in our deen and to seek knowledge through the correct methodology, starting with the most important affair first (Tawhid).May Allah guide us all on this correct manhaj.
    Ameen

  2. Excellent and timely reminder about sticking to the scholars. Having lived in Saudi in the past I had the pleasure of meeting shaykh Ahmed Al-Najmee (rahimullah). The scholars are senior in age and knowledge and wisdom. I was also blessed in that I was able to sit with Shaykh Abdullah Al-Ghudyan (rahimullah). I found in my time there that it was indeed the brothers at SPUBS who were said to have an attachment to the scholars. As attested to by Mustapha George and others who would translate the talks of Shaykh Abdullah Al-Ghudiyan. Meeting those scholars was enough to develop that love and connection with the scholars for the sake of Allah. I mean just the age of these scholars and how they came to life when speaking about the religion of Al-Islam. If you have the opportunity strive to meet the scholars even if only on Umrah as it will solidify your connection to them and in turn to the brothers at Maktabul-Salafiyah as they merely attach themselves to the scholars.

  3. One can never be admonished and adviced enough on these topics.
    Much appreciated talk and truly beneficial reminder.

    Keep up the dawah brothers barakallahu feekum

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