“Enter Into Islām And You Will Be Safe” – Explanation of Kitāb As-Sunnah from Sunan Ibn Mājah [Lesson 86] – By Abu Khadeejah ‘Abdul-Wāhid

Abu Khadeejah ‘Abdul Wahid

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[05/08/2022] “Enter Into Islām And You Will Be Safe” – Explanation of Kitāb As-Sunnah from Sunan Ibn Mājah [Lesson 86] – by Abu Khadeejah ‘Abdul-Wāhid حفظه الله.

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Some of the points discussed in this lesson:
[Lesson 86]
– Ḥadīth #87 [very weak, however, points mentioned are corroborated in other authentic narrations].
– The meaning of “Enter into Islām and you will be safe.”
– The appeal that will be made by the people as they cross over the Ṣirāṭ.
– The permanent safety given to every Muslim.
– The three groups that will enter the Fire and never exit.
– Major sinners forgiven by Allāh, and reasons for punishment in the grave.
– An authentic ḥadīth wherein the wording, “Enter into Islām and you will be safe” was mentioned.
– Belief in the six pillars of Īmān.
– Preservation of the religion through criticism of groups, parties and men.
– The justice of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamā’ah.
– The need to purify the religion from deviant beliefs and groups.
– The purpose of studying the books of ‘Aqīdah.

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