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[13/01/2023] The Disappearance of Knowledge – Khutbah By Abul-Ḥasan Mālik Al-Akhdar حفظه الله. Masjid Salafi, Birmingham, UK.
Some points covered during this Khutbah:
- The virtue of knowledge.
- Ibn Ḥajar al-‘Asqalānī (رحمه الله) on the double reward given to the people of knowledge.
- Following the example of the Companions in busying ourselves with studying the Dīn of Allāh and not being preoccupied with the affairs of the dunyā.
- The diligence of Abū Hurayrah (رضى الله عنه) in seeking knowledge.
- Benefits from the narration regarding Yaḥyā b. Ya’mar and Ḥumayd b. ‘Abdur-Raḥmān al-Ḥimyarī’s (رحمهم الله) meeting with ‘Abdullāh b. ‘Umar (رضى الله عنه) to ask him about those who denied al-Qadar.
- The tradition of taking the opportunity of Ḥajj or ‘Umrah to study at the feet of the scholars.
- The virtue of age and experience in the Dīn of Allāh.
- The staunch stance of ‘Abdullāh b. ‘Umar (رضى الله عنه) regarding those who violated the correct creed, despite how much they learned.
- A person memorising or possessing knowledge does not necessitate that knowledge should be taken from him, and an example from Imām Aḥmad (رحمه الله) in this regard.
- The acceptance of the narration of the trustworthy.
- Abū Hurayrah’s (رضى الله عنه) encouragement of the people to take from the inheritance left by the Messenger ﷺ.
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