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Quotes of Shaykh Al-Albaani from Silsilat-ul-Hudâ wan-Nûr

Quotes of Shaykh Al-Albaani from Silsilat-ul-Hudâ wan-Nûr

“Islâm is Qur’ân and Sunnah according to the understanding of the Salaf.” (Pg. 357)
“The only difference between the Islamic bank and the British one is the name.” (Pg. 807)
“One should not have the watch on the left hand because the Kuffaar have it there, and we should not resemble them.” (Pg. 249)
“To always be nice towards these ahl-ul-Bid’ah is against the Sunnah. It is not from the Sunnah to always be nice.” (Pg. 276)
“al-Ikhwân Al-Muslimûn’s religion is sport, football and basketball.” (Pg. 200)
” There is no evidence that Allâh has more than two eyes. This is what is reported from the Salaf. (Pg. 183)
“The Muslims of today can’t differentiate between things. They think that one is an ‘Alim just because one talks.” (Pg. 852)
“Ahl-ul-Bid’ah are as the Christians when it comes to accepting that which suits them. They read the Qur’ân and Sunnah and take that which suits them and lure away from that which doesn’t.” (Pg. 430)
” Many students of today busy themselves with the errors of others instead of their own.” (Pg. 788)
“I fear that Salafiyyûn one day will say: ‘Photography isn’t ‘picture making’. You just press a button.’.”(Pg. 93)
Sh al-Albani: I have noticed how people who subscribe to our Da’wah become a bit fond of themselves and self-deceived after a while. After having having finished reading some book, you see how they become independent. If one then points it out and says that the Shaykh has a different opinion, he says: He has his and I have mine. (Pg. 256)
al-Albani: When one speaks with ignorant people, one doesn’t say that the Hadith is odd (shadh) or deficient (ma’lul) since they do not understand that. Instead say directly that it is weak. (Pg. 248)
” The problem with the youths of today is, as soon as they have learned something new, they think that they know everything.” (Pg. 861)

“The scholars in Azhar master the Arabic language, Qur’ân interpretations, traditional Fiqh and other things. However, they are as far away from the Sunnah as one can be. There are however some sincere people among them. If someone reminds them, they accept it.” ( Pg. 206)


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