A vessel of knowledge, a defender of the Sunnah, an exemplar of a worshipper, and – for those who saw him – a reminder of how the companions of the Prophet Muḥammad ﷺ were.
Did you know that al-Shāfi’ī was only fifteen years old when his teacher gave him permission to issue verdicts?
What a privilege it is to share the biography of yet another luminary – a man whose story leaves one both lost for words and immensely grateful to Allāh for His gift to humanity through such an individual.
“I was with Mālik b. Anas whilst he was conveying to us Ḥadīth, when a scorpion stung him sixteen times. Mālik’s colour began to change as he coerced himself to have patience without interrupting the Ḥadīth of the Prophet ﷺ.”
“If the scholars are mentioned, then Mālik is the star.”
Sh Ali Hammuda explores the personality, manners and worship of Imām Abū Ḥanīfa, as well as examining the remarkable intelligence that would allow him to intellectually topple his opponents in debates.
Did you know ‘Umar b. al Khattab was accused of burning down the Alexandrian Library?
We’re in Birmingham Shareef for this week’s Unscripted podcast where Salman speaks to Shaykh Abu Usamah at-Thahabi.
Imagine a legendary city in 16th century West Africa where thousands of Black African students pondered over the latest ideas in science, mathematics, and medicine.
Is haste Haram?