Secondly, he ordered the cutting down of trees considered sacred by locals, cutting down "the most glorified of all of the trees" himself. Third, he organized the stoning of a woman who confessed to having committed adultery. According to one source, when they first met, bin Saud declared: This oasis is yours, do not fear your enemies. By the name of God, if all Nejd was summoned to throw you out, we will never agree to expel you. I want you to grant me an oath that you will perform jihad against the unbelievers.

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To the sufferers of this earth we say: Yes! No to tyrants! No to idols! Hasten, let us raise this flag, Then struggle with our weapon and pen.

Come, come to the grave of the martyr, To renew your allegiance once again. We swear to reject oppression, And fill our metal with blood. Our nations So that to rule.. On his return to Iraq on 22 April , al-Modarresi was arrested along with his entourage by US military personnel.

He was released after being brought to an undisclosed location. Reason emerges from the unknown. In his statement, al-Modarresi warned against the destruction of churches and temples belonging to all religions. He also stated that Muslim community needs to increase its faith in God, so that He may protect us from all evil. He added, the Iraqi people are always willing to stand by its government and provide aid, as is seen in the Arbaeen pilgrimage.

He condemned terrorism, nuclear proliferation, modern day slavery and said: "At its core, divine religion is one, but failure to understand religion has divided human beings and created barriers between us..

We must exert extra effort to tear down those barriers and join religions under the umbrella of a common term.. We have a calling to love one another.. The two discussed Iraq, the war on terrorism, as well as how Muslims can be better integrated into the Australian community. The seminary was split into two buildings. It then became a seminary for the ladies, and accommodation for married students.

The building had three floors, which later, was split into departments for teaching and research as well as more accommodation. There is also a large theatre hall outside the buildings, with tiered seating, used for lectures, plays, and functions for religious events.

Near the theatre hall there is a large kitchen, where food is made and prepared. As for the land surrounding the seminary, it is filled with vegetation, as well as space for the students to roam around and perform in different sports. It began with introducing a mandatory Farsi class of 2. In , the seminary was stormed by 10 armed Iranian soldiers, and they began to arrest whoever was in front of them. However, when they noticed that all of those inside were either in black or white turbans, and since it was close to Dhuhr , they were preparing for prayer, the soldiers were surprised.

A few days later, the seminary was stormed again, under the command of Shaykh Safarian this time. He ordered everyone to leave the seminary immediately. However it was in Farsi, to which Nimr protested again, and requested it be in Arabic. After much frustration, the Arabic order came in, ordering the vacant possession of the seminary, and that was the last of the seminary.


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To the sufferers of this earth we say: Yes! No to tyrants! No to idols! Hasten, let us raise this flag, Then struggle with our weapon and pen.


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Shaykh Atabek Shukurov Nasafi began his religious studies at the tender age of ten. He graduated as a scholar but to further enrich his knowledge he moved to Syria. In he resided in the historic city of Damascus where he continued his studies with some of the finest scholars of our time. The list of texts the Shaykh has studied is too expansive to enumerate here.


Sharh Alfiat ibn Maalik by Ibn 'Aqeel

When he has understood that, and knows it thoroughly, he should move on to al-Kafiyah of Ibn al-Hajib[2] and its commentaries, and Mughni al-Labib of Ibn Hisham[3] and its commentaries. And he should concern himself with studying the commentaries on the primers with scholars after he has memorised the primers such that he can recite them from rote, and quote them with ease, and he should at the very least memorise one primer, which he finds addresses the most number of points, and covers the most useful issues. Ali al-Hariri d. He is best known for his literary masterpiece Maqamat al-Hariri. He wrote several books on language. Hajib d.


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Under the guidance of leading teachers Mufti Liaquat Zaman committed himself to the study of the various Islamic sciences with diligence and zeal. He developed close ties with his teachers, benefitting immensely from their company inside and outside of the classroom. Here an intense year of specialisation terminated with Ijaazah in Iftah, whereby Mufti Liaquat Zaman returned to the UK with a view of imparting knowledge to his local community. Mufti Liaquat Zaman has since taught children and adults alike; from maktab teaching to private tutoring to online courses, many have benefitted from the unique and simple teaching style of Mufti Liaquat Zaman. His insights and aptitude for Fiqh led him to develop the pioneering Evolution of Fiqh series- detailed weekend courses on the progression of legal jurisprudence over the ages.

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