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If Allah wills, I will be posting the biographies of famous scholars. These biographies have been copied from fatwaonline site.

Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez Ibn 'Abdullaah Ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan Ibn Baaz

Abu 'Abdullaah Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez ibn 'Abdullaah ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan Aal-Baaz was born in the city of Riyadh in Dhul-Hijjah 1330 A.H./1909 C.E.

He memorized the Qur.aan in his early age and then he acquired knowledge from many of the great scholars of the Kingdom. Some of his teachers were Shaykh Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Lateef Aal-Shaykh, Shaykh Saalih ibn 'Abdul-'Azeez Aal-Shaykh and the eminent Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibraaheem Aal-Shaykh who, in his time, was the Muftee of Saudi Arabia. Shaykh Ibn Baaz accompanied the eminent Shaykh and learned from him for about ten years. Thus he gained his religious education from the family of Imaam Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Wahhaab.

Afterwards Shaykh Ibn Baaz was appointed as a Justice and he worked for fourteen years in the judiciary until he was deputed to the education faculty. He remained engaged in teaching for nine years at Riyadh Islaamic Law College, Riyadh Religious Institute. Then he was appointed Vice-Chancellor of the Islaamic University, al-Madeenah; but shortly afterwards, he was made the Chancellor with all the administrative powers. Later he was appointed President of the General Presidency of Islaamic Research, Ifta, Call and Propagation, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

He held the position of Grand Muftee of Saudi Arabia, the Presidency of many Islaamic Committees and Councils, the prominent among these being: Senior Scholars Committee of the Kingdom, Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawa, the Founding Committee of Muslim World League, World Supreme Council for Mosques, Islaamic Jurisprudence Assembly Makkah; and the member of the Supreme Council of the Islaamic University at al-Madeenah, and the Supreme Committee for Islaamic Propagation, until he passed away on Thursday 27 Muharram 1420 A.H./May 13 1999 C.E. May Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) have Mercy upon his soul, aameen
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قال بديع الزمان الهمذاني في وصف العلم:
« العلم شيء بعيد المرام، Not يُصاد بالسهام، وNot يُقسم بالأزNotم، وNot يُرى في الFromام، وNot يُضبط باللجام، وNot يُكتب للثام، وNot يورث عن الآباء والأعمام وزرع Not يزكو إNot متى صادف From الحزم ثرى طيبا، وFrom التوفيق مطرا صيبا، وFrom الطبع جوا صافيا، وFrom الجهد روحا دائما، وFrom الصبر سقيا نافعا وغرض Not يصاب إNot بافتراش المدر، واستناد الحجر، وردّ الضجر، وركوب الخطر، وإدمان السهر، واصطحاب السفر، وكثرة النظر، وإعمال الفكر»

[«جواهر الأدب» للهاشمي (194)]


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Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih Ibn 'Uthaymeen

Abu 'Abdullaah Muhammad ibn Saalih ibn Muhammad ibn 'Uthaymeen at-Tameemee an-Najdee was born in the city of Unayzah, Qaseem Region on 27th Ramadhaan 1347 A.H./1926 C.E. in a famous religious family.

He received his education from many prominent scholars like Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan as-Sa'dee, Shaykh Muhammad Ameen ash-Shanqeetee and Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez ibn Baaz.

When he entered into teaching, a great number of students from inside and outside Saudi Arabia benefited from him. He had his own unique style of interpretation and explanation of religious points. He was from among those scholars who served Islaam without any type of religious prejudice and kept themselves away from the limitations of blind-following. He was distinguished in his great exertion of effort in religious matters and analogical deductions which clearly prove the religious understanding he possessed, and the correct usage of the principles of religion, he adopted.


In giving religious verdicts, like Shaykh ibn Baaz, his Fataawa were based on evidence from the Qur.aan and Sunnah. He had about fifty compilations to his credit. He taught Religious Fundamentals at the Sharee'ah Faculty of Imaam Muhammad ibn Sa'ood Islaamic University, Qaseem Branch. He was also a member of the Council of Senior Scholars of the Kingdom, and the Imaam and Khateeb of the big Mosque of Unayzah city.

The Shaykh passed away on Wednesday 15 Shawwaal 1421 A.H. / 10 January 2001 C.E. He was 74 years of age. May Allaah (subhaanahu wa ta'aala) have Mercy upon his soul, aameen.

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قال بديع الزمان الهمذاني في وصف العلم:
« العلم شيء بعيد المرام، Not يُصاد بالسهام، وNot يُقسم بالأزNotم، وNot يُرى في الFromام، وNot يُضبط باللجام، وNot يُكتب للثام، وNot يورث عن الآباء والأعمام وزرع Not يزكو إNot متى صادف From الحزم ثرى طيبا، وFrom التوفيق مطرا صيبا، وFrom الطبع جوا صافيا، وFrom الجهد روحا دائما، وFrom الصبر سقيا نافعا وغرض Not يصاب إNot بافتراش المدر، واستناد الحجر، وردّ الضجر، وركوب الخطر، وإدمان السهر، واصطحاب السفر، وكثرة النظر، وإعمال الفكر»

[«جواهر الأدب» للهاشمي (194)]

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قديم 30-01-2010, 08:30PM
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Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez Ibn 'Abdullaah Aal ash-Shaykh

He is the noble Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez Ibn 'Abdullaah Ibn Muhammad Ibn 'Abdul-Lateef Aal ash-Shaykh. He was born in Riyadh in 1362 A.H./1941 C.E., and since his birth he suffered from weak eyesight, until he lost his sight altogether in 1381 A.H./1960 C.E.

He began seeking knowledge by studying the Noble Qur.aan at Masjid Ahmad Ibn Sanaan, and memorised the Qur.aan when he was 12 years old. He then sought knowledge from some of the scholars in their gatherings. In 1375 A.H./1954 C.E. he transferred to the Imaam ad-Da'wah Institute where he graduated from the Faculty of Sharee'ah in 1383 A.H./1962 C.E., and he used to attend some of the gatherings of the scholars in their masaajid.

He began his active religous life after graduating from the Faculty of Sharee'ah in 1383 A.H./1962 C.E., whereafter he worked as a teacher at the Imaam ad-Da'wah al-'Ilmee Institute until 1392 A.H./1971 C.E. He then transferred to teaching at the Faculty of Sharee'ah (at the University of Imaam Muhammad) in Riyadh and continued there until 1412 A.H./1991 C.E.

He was then made a member of the Council of Senior Scholars in 1407 A.H./1986 C.E., whereafter he was made a member of the Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawa, where he was appointed deputy to the grand muftee of the Kingdom (Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez Ibn Baaz) in 1416 A.H./1995 C.E.

He was the imaam for Jumu'ah prayers at the Masjid of Shaykh 'Abdullaah Ibn 'Abdul-Lateef since 1390 A.H./1969 C.E., later transferring to being imaam at the Central Masjid of al-Imaam Turkee Ibn 'Abdullaah in 1412 A.H./1991 C.E. He became the imaam and khateeb at Masjid Namirah on the Day of 'Arafah in 1402 A.H./1981 C.E.

Whilst at the Faculty of Sharee'ah he used to supervise some university theses, and take part in theses discussions/debates.

Since 1414 A.H./1993 C.E. he has taken part in responding to questions on the radio program "Noorun 'alad-Darb".

He also used to hold lessons in the Central Masjid of al-Imaam Turkee Ibn 'Abdullaah. He takes part in seminars and lectures alongside his work in the field of da'wah in Riyadh and Taif.

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قال بديع الزمان الهمذاني في وصف العلم:
« العلم شيء بعيد المرام، Not يُصاد بالسهام، وNot يُقسم بالأزNotم، وNot يُرى في الFromام، وNot يُضبط باللجام، وNot يُكتب للثام، وNot يورث عن الآباء والأعمام وزرع Not يزكو إNot متى صادف From الحزم ثرى طيبا، وFrom التوفيق مطرا صيبا، وFrom الطبع جوا صافيا، وFrom الجهد روحا دائما، وFrom الصبر سقيا نافعا وغرض Not يصاب إNot بافتراش المدر، واستناد الحجر، وردّ الضجر، وركوب الخطر، وإدمان السهر، واصطحاب السفر، وكثرة النظر، وإعمال الفكر»

[«جواهر الأدب» للهاشمي (194)]

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Shaykh Muhammad Naasiruddeen al-Albaanee

He was born in the city of Ashkodera, then the capital of Albania in the year 1332 A.H./1914 C.E. into a poor family. His father al-Haaj Nooh Najjaatee al-Albaanee had completed Sharee'ah studies in Istanbul and returned a scholar to Albania. After Albania was taken over by atheism the family made Hijrah to Damascus. In Damascus Shaykh al-Albaanee completed his initial education and was then taught the Qur.aan, Tajweed, sciences of Arabic language, fiqh of the Hanafee madhab and further branches of the Deen by various Shaykhs and friends of his father.

He also learnt from his father the art of clock and watch repair - and became highly skilled in that and famous for it and derived his earnings through it. He began to specialise in the field of Hadeeth and its related sciences by the age of 20 - being influenced by articles in 'al-Manaar' magazine.

He began to work in this field by transcribing al-Haafiz al-Iraaqee's monumental "al*Mughnee 'an-hamlil-Asfaar fil-Asfaar fee takhreej maa fil-lhyaa minal-Akhbaar" and adding notes to it.

He delved further into the field of Hadeeth and its various sciences despite discourage*ment from his father. Furthermore, the books he needed were not to be found in his father's library which was composed mainly of various works of Hanafee Fiqh - and since he could not afford many of the books he required he would borrow them from the famous library of Damascus - "al-Maktabah adth-Dthaahiriyyah" or sometimes from book sellers.

He became engrossed with the science of Hadeeth to the extent that he would sometimes close up his shop and remain in the library for up to twelve hours - breaking off his work only for prayer - he would not even leave to eat, but would take two light snacks with him.

Eventually the library authorities granted him a special room to himself for his study and his own key for access to the library before normal opening time. Often he would remain at work from early morning until after 'Ishaa. During this time he produced many useful works - many of which are still waiting to be printed.

The Shaykh faced much opposition in his efforts to promote Tawheed and the Sunnah but he bore this with patient perseverance. He was encouraged by some of the noble Shaykhs of Damascus who urged him to continue, amongst them Shaykh Bahjatul Bayjaar, Shaykh 'Abdul-Fattaah -the imam, and Towfeeq al-Barzah-rahimahumullaah.

After some time he started giving two weekly classes attended by students of knowledge and university teachers - in which he taught various books of 'Aqeedah, Fiqh, Usool and Hadeeth sciences.

He also began organised monthly journeys for Da'wah to the various cities of Syria and then Jordan.

After a number of his works appeared in print the Shaykh was chosen to teach Hadeeth in the new University in Madeenah, Saudi Arabia, for three years from 1381 to 1383H where he was also a member of the University board.

After this he returned to his former studies and work in "al-Maktabah adth-Dthaahiriyyah" leaving his shop in the hands of one of his brothers.

He visited various countries for Da'wah and lectures - amongst them Qatar, Egypt, Kuwait, the Emirates, Spain and England. He was forced to emigrate a number of times moving from Syria to Jordan, then Syria again, then Beirut, then the Emirates, then again to 'Ammaan, Jordan. His works - mainly in the field of Hadeeth and its sciences number over 100.

The Shaykh passed away on Saturday 22 Jumaadaa ath-Thaaniyah 1420 A.H. / 2 October 1999 C.E. He was 87 years of age. May Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) have Mercy upon his soul, aameen.
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قال بديع الزمان الهمذاني في وصف العلم:
« العلم شيء بعيد المرام، Not يُصاد بالسهام، وNot يُقسم بالأزNotم، وNot يُرى في الFromام، وNot يُضبط باللجام، وNot يُكتب للثام، وNot يورث عن الآباء والأعمام وزرع Not يزكو إNot متى صادف From الحزم ثرى طيبا، وFrom التوفيق مطرا صيبا، وFrom الطبع جوا صافيا، وFrom الجهد روحا دائما، وFrom الصبر سقيا نافعا وغرض Not يصاب إNot بافتراش المدر، واستناد الحجر، وردّ الضجر، وركوب الخطر، وإدمان السهر، واصطحاب السفر، وكثرة النظر، وإعمال الفكر»

[«جواهر الأدب» للهاشمي (194)]

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Shaykh Dr. Rabee' Ibn Haadee 'Umayr al-Madkhalee

He is the Noble Shaykh, the Scholar of Hadeeth Rabee' Ibn Haadee 'Umayr al-Madkhalee. He comes from the well-known tribe of al-Madaakhalah from the province of Jaazaan to the south of Saudi Arabia. It is one of the tribes of Banee Shabeel, and Shabeel was the son of Yashjub Ibn Qahtaan.

He was born in the village of al-Jaraadiyah, which is a small village to the west of the town of Saamitah at a distance of three kilometers. He was born in 1352 A.H./1931 C.E., and his father died approximately a year and a half after his birth. So his mother (rahima-hallaah) brought him up. She supervised him and gave him the best of upbringings, teaching him praiseworthy manners of truth and trustworthiness.

When he reached the age of eight years, he joined the circles of knowledge in his village and learnt to read and write. And from those under whom he studied were Shaykh Shaybaan al-'Areeshee and also al-Qaadhee Muhammad Ibn Muhammad Jaabir al-Madkhalee, and also Muhammad Ibn Hussayn Makkee from the town of Sibyaa. He studied the Qur.aan with Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Muhammad Jaabir al-Madkhalee, as he also studied with him tawheed and tajweed. He later studied at the Madrasah in Saamitah. And from those under whom he studied were: Shaykh Naasir Khaloofah Tayaash Mubaarakee (rahima-hullaah), the well-renowned scholar from the major students of Shaykh al-Qar'aawee. Under him, he studied Buloogh al-Maraam wa Nuzhatu an-Nadthar of al-Haafith Ibn Hajar (rahima-hullaah) then he joined the educational institute in Saamitah and there studied under esteemed scholars, the most renowned of them was Shaykh Haafith Ibn Ahmad al-Hakamee (rahima-hullaah) and also his brother, Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Ahmad al-Hakamee. He also studied under the Noble Shaykh and Scholar of hadeeth Ahmad Ibn Yahyaa an-Najmee (hafidha-hullaah), and also studied 'aqeedah under the Noble Shaykh Dr. Muhammad Amaan Ibn 'Alee al-Jaamee (rahima-hullaah). He also studied fiqh (Zaad al-Mustaqni') under Shaykh Muhammad Sagheer Khamees and many others under whom he studied Arabic language and poetry. In 1380 A.H./1960 C.E. he graduated from the educational institute in Saamitah and in 1381 A.H./1961 C.E. he joined the Faculty of Sharee'ah in Riyaadh and continued there for a period of a month or two, then the Islaamic University of Madeenah opened and he transferred to Madeenah and joined the Faculty of Sharee'ah and studied there for four years and graduated in the year 1384 A.H./1964 C.E. with excellence.

From those under whom he studied whilst at the Islaamic University of Madeenah were:
Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez Ibn 'Abdullaah Ibn Baaz (rahima-hullaah), he studied al-'Aqeedah at-Tahaawiyyah under him;
Shaykh Muhammad Naasiruddeen al-Albaanee (rahima-hullaah), he studied hadeeth and the science of the chains of narrations;
Shaykh 'Abdul-Muhsin al-'Abbaad (hafitha-hullaah), he studied fiqh (Bidaayatul-Mujtahid) for three years under him;
Shaykh Muhammad al-Ameen ash-Shanqeetee (rahima-hullaah), he studied tafseer and Usool al-Fiqh under him for four years;
Shaykh Saalih al-'Iraaqee (rahima-hullaah), he studied 'aqeedah under him;
Shaykh 'Abdul-Ghaffaar Hasan al-Hindee (hafitha-hullaah), he studied the science of hadeeth with him.

After he graduated, he worked as a teacher in the Islaamic University for a while, then he joined the Department for Higher Studies at Umm al-Quraa University in Makkah where he continued his studies attaining a masters degree in hadeeth in 1397 A.H./1977 C.E.. In the year 1400 A.H./1980 C.E. he attained a doctorate from Umm al-Quraa University, also with excellence.

He then returned to the Islaamic University as a teacher at the Faculty if Hadeeth. He taught hadeeth in all it's forms and sciences and became the head of the Department of the Sunnah at the Department for Higher Studies a number of times at the rank of chairman.

The Shaykh (hafitha-hullaah) excels in much humility with his brothers, students, and visitors. He is humble in his housing, dress and transportation; he does not seek nor like luxury in any of these.

He is also always cheerful and open, with boredom not striking any of his sittings. His sittings are filled with readings of hadeeth and the Sunnah and warnings against innovations and their perpetrators, such that one who sees him and does not know him feels nothing more concerns him than this. The Shaykh loves the students of knowledge and honours them and gives to them in charity and seeks to have their needs met to the best of his ability both physically and financially.

His house is always open to the students of knowledge such that no day passes whereby he tucks into his breakfast, lunch or evening meal by himself, and his students call upon him.

He is from the most enthusiastic of callers to the Qur.aan, the Sunnah and the understanding of the Pious Predecessors. He is full of a sense of honour and intensity over the Sunnah and the understanding of the Pious Predecessors. There are very few comparable to him in this issue in our time and he is from the defenders in our time of the path of the Pious Predecessors day and night, inwardly and outwardly.

The Shaykh has written many books, and all praise is for Allaah, as he has frequently broached many subjects which required attention, particularly the issue of refuting the perpetrators of innovations and desires in our time. Amongst his numerous books is that entitled: "The Methodology of the Prophets in calling to Allaah - that is the way of wisdom and intelligence" which is available in the English language.

Amongst the many scholars who have praised the Shaykh are:
Shaykh Muhammad Naasiruddeen al-Albaanee (rahima-hullaah) who mentioned on the tape "Liqaa
. Shaykh Muqbil Ibn Haadee al-Waadi'ee: "Without a doubt we praise Allaah the Almighty Who has, for this pure and upright da'wah to the Qur.aan and the Sunnah upon the methodology of the Pious Predecessors, made use of numerous callers from different Islaamic lands who uphold the collective obligation which very few do so in the Islaamic world today, notably the two Shaykhs (Rabee and Muqbil), the callers to the Qur.aan and the Sunnah and that which the Pious Predecessors were upon and wagiing war against those who oppose this correct methodology…"

The Shaykh further adds: "So I wish to say, that which I have seen of the writings of the Shaykh Dr. Rabee, then it is beneficial and I do not recall having seen anything wrong or outside of the methodology which we have come together upon with him, and him having come together upon with us…"

He also mentions on the tape "al-Mawaazanaat Bid'atul-'Asr": "And in short, I say that the one who carries the banner of al-Jarh wat-Ta'deel in this present day and age in truth is our brother (Shaykh) Dr. Rabee, and those who refute him do not refute him upon (sound) knowledge - never…"

Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez Ibn 'Abdullaah Ibn Baaz (rahima-hullaah) who mentioned on the tape "Tawdeeh lil-Bayaan" about him: "So the explanation which has been issued by us, it's intention was the call of all, all the callers and the scholars to the constructive criticism…and the intention was not our brothers the people of Madeenah from the students of knowledge and the teachers and the callers, and nor was the intention other than them in Makkah or Riyaadh or in Jeddah. Rather our general intention was our brothers the well-known Shaykhs in Madeenah of whom there is no doubt, they are the people of sound 'aqeedah and from the Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'ah, such as: Shaykh Muhammad Amaan Ibn 'Alee, Shaykh Rabee' Ibn Haadee, Shaykh Saalih Ibn Sa'd as-Suhaymee, Shaykh Faalih Ibn Naafi', Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Haadee - all of them are known to us in uprightness and knowledge and sound 'aqeedah…"

He also mentions on the tape: "al-As.ilah as-Suwaydiyah": "Indeed Shaykh Rabee' is from amongst the scholars of the Sunnah".

Shaykh Ibn Baaz also permitted Shaykh Rabee' to teach in his masjid (Masjid Ibn Baaz) in Makkah. His lessons still continue to this day, and this is evidence enough that the Shaykh died and he was pleased with Shaykh Rabee' and that which he was upon in creed and methodology.

Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen on the tape "al-As.ilah as-Suwaydiyah" said: "…as for Shaykh Rabee, then regarding him, I do not know anything but good, and the man is an upholder of the Sunnah and an upholder of Hadeeth"

He was asked on the tape "Kasf al-Lathaam 'an Mukhaalif Ahmad Salaam": "What is your advice for the one who forbids (listening to) the tapes of Shaykh Rabee' Ibn Haadee with the claim that they stir up fitnah and within them is praise for the rulers in the Kingdom and that his praise, i.e. Shaykh Rabee's praise for the rule, is hypocrisy?" The Shaykh responded: "Our opinion is that this is incorrect and is a major error, and Shaykh Rabee' is from amongst the scholars of the Sunnah and the people of good and his 'aqeedah is sound and his manhaj is correct…"

Shaykh Dr. Saalih Ibn Fowzaan Ibn 'Abdullaah Ibn Fowzaan on the tape "al-As.ilah as-Suwaydiyah", after mentioning Shaykh Rabee' along with a number of other scholars he said: "…and they are from amongst the distinguished scholars who have much experience in da'wah and refutation against those who desire to take the path of the da'wah outside it's correct path, so it is obligatory to circulate their tapes because indeed in them there is great benefit for the Muslims"

Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Subayyal (General President of the Affairs of al-Masjid al-Haraam (Makkah) and al-Masjid an-Nabawee (Madeenah), and the Imaam and Khateeb of al-Masjid al-Haraam) was asked about his opinion regarding whoever forbids (listening to) the tapes of the well-known scholars of Ahlus-Sunnah such as Shaykh Muhammad Amaan al-Jaamee (rahima-hullaah) and Shaykh Rabee' Ibn Haadee al-Madkhalee (hafitha-hullaah), whereby he says that tapes of the Shaykh stir up fitnah. So the Shaykh responded: "Look! These two scholars (their tapes) are amongst the best tapes, they call to the Sunnah and holding firm to the Sunnah, however, none speaks about them (in this manner) except one who follows his desires, and those who speak most about them are the people of partisanship who associate themselves with a group from amongst the groups, they are the ones who forbid these things. As for these two scholars well-known for their holding form to the Sunnah and their sound 'aqeedah upon the methodology of the Pious Predecessors, then they are amongst the best of people"
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قال بديع الزمان الهمذاني في وصف العلم:
« العلم شيء بعيد المرام، Not يُصاد بالسهام، وNot يُقسم بالأزNotم، وNot يُرى في الFromام، وNot يُضبط باللجام، وNot يُكتب للثام، وNot يورث عن الآباء والأعمام وزرع Not يزكو إNot متى صادف From الحزم ثرى طيبا، وFrom التوفيق مطرا صيبا، وFrom الطبع جوا صافيا، وFrom الجهد روحا دائما، وFrom الصبر سقيا نافعا وغرض Not يصاب إNot بافتراش المدر، واستناد الحجر، وردّ الضجر، وركوب الخطر، وإدمان السهر، واصطحاب السفر، وكثرة النظر، وإعمال الفكر»

[«جواهر الأدب» للهاشمي (194)]


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Shaykh Dr. Muhammad Amaan Ibn 'Alee al-Jaamee

He was born in 1349 A.H / 1927C.E. as indicated in his official papers.

The Shaykh was raised in a village by the name of Tughaa Taab in Habashah where he studied the Noble Qur.aan. After he completed this, he began studying the books of Fiqh of the Shaafi'ee madhhab. He also studied Arabic in the village with Shaykh Muhammed Ameen al-Huraree. He then left the village for another, where he met with another student, Shaykh 'Abdul-Kareem, with whom he later made hijrah to Saudi Arabia. They both then proceeded to Shaykh Moosa and studied under him ((Nuthum az-Zuhd)) of Ibn Raslaan. They then studied ((Matan al-Minhaaj)) under Shaykh Abaadir, inclusive of many other fields of knowledge.

He then had a desire to travel to the Holy Land of Makkah to seek knowledge and perform hajj. So the two of them left al-Habashah (Ethiopia/Eritrea) and travelled to Somalia from where they boarded a ship heading for Aden, Yemen. There they faced much danger and difficulties both on land and at sea. So they travelled by foot and fasted the month of Ramadhaan in this state until they reached Saudi Arabia.

They passed Saamitah and Subyaa and Abee 'Areesh until they were granted permission to enter Makkah and all this whikst travelling on foot.

After the Shaykh performed Hajj in 1369 A.H, he began seeking knowledge in the knowledge circles in al-Masjid al-Haraam, amongst them the circles of Shaykh 'Abdur-Razzaaq Hamzah (rahima-hullaah) and Shaykh 'Abdul-Haqq al-Haashimee (rahima-hullaah) and Shaykh Muhammed 'Abdullah as-Soomaalee and other than them.

Whilst in Makkah, he came to know his excellency Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez ibn Baaz, whereupon he accompanied him on his journey to Riyadh when the Educational Institute was opened. This was in the early 1970's C.E. / 1370 A.H.

Amongst those who befriended him through his secondary education at the Educational Institute was the noble Shaykh 'Abdul-Muhsin ibn al-'Abbaad al-Badar and the noble Shaykh 'Alee ibn Mahnaa who later became a judge at the major Sharee'ah court at Madeenah.

The Shaykh also attended the many circles of knowledge in Riyadh.

He benefited and was affected by his excellency, the Muftee, the Faqeeh Shaykh Muhammed ibn Ibraaheem 'Aal-ash-Shaykh (rahima-hullaah).

He also adhered to being in the company of the noble Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan al-'Afeefee (rahima-hullaah) just as he did so with his excellency Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez ibn Baaz, whereby he benefited immensely from the Shaykh's vast knowledge and his noble manners and characteristics. Likewsie, whilst in Riyadh, he sought knowledge under the noble Shaykh Muhammed al-Ameen al-Jaknee ash-Shanqeetee (rahima-hullaah) and the noble Shaykh and Muhaddith Hammaad al-Ansaaree (rahima-hullaah) and the noble Shaykh 'Abdur-Razzaaq 'Afeefee (rahima-hullaah) under whom he was influenced by his teaching methods. As he was influenced by the noble Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan as-Sa'dee (rahima-hullaah) whom he did not study under, however they wrote to each other. He also studied under the noble Shaykh Muhammed Khaleel Harraas (rahima-hullaah) and the noble Shaykh 'Abdullah al-Qar'aawee (rahima-hullaah).

Having graduated from his secondary studies at the Educational Institute, he proceeded to the faculty of Sharee'ah from where he graduated in 1380 A.H. He then obtained a Masters in Sharee'ah from the University of Punjab in 1974 C.E and a doctorate from Daar al-'Uloom in Cairo.

The Shaykh had attained a high regard amongst the people of knowledge whereby he was well-spoken of and very trustworthy, such that Shaykh Ibn Baaz interceded on his behalf to Shaykh Muhammed Ibraaheem to appoint him as a teacher at the Educational Institute in Saamitah in the region of Jaazaan.

Additionally, from that which bares evidence to his thorough knowledge and 'aqeedah and respect amongst the people of knowledge is that when the Islaamic University of Madeenah was established he transferred there to teach after Shaykh Ibn Baaz selected him.

And it is known that the Islaamic University of Madeenah was set up to propagate the pure and correct 'aqeedah of the Pious Predecessors and the University appointed him in charge of 'aqeedah at the Faculty of Secondary Education and then, later, at the Faculty of Sharee'ah because of his strong knowledge of 'aqeedah.

Upon the death of the Shaykh, Shaykh Ibn Baaz wrote of him:
"He was known to me for his sound knowledge and correct 'aqeedah and his activeness in the field of da'wah to Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) and warning against the innovations and deviation. May Allaah forgive him and grant him an abode in Paradise and make noble his offspring and join us all in His Noble House (Paradise). Indeed, He is the All-Hearing and Near (with His Knowledge)." (9/1/1418 A.H.)

And Shaykh 'Abdul-Muhsin al-Abbaad al-Badar, a teacher at the Prophet's Masjid, said:
"I came to know Shaykh Muhammed Amaan Ibn 'Alee al-Jaamee as a student at the Educational Institute in Riyadh and then at the faculty of Sharee'ah in Riyadh and then as a teacher at the Islaamic University of Madeenah in the Faculty of Secondary Education and then in the faculty of Sharee'ah. I knew him to have correct 'aqeedah and sound foresight and he strove in inviting to the 'aqeedah of the Pious Predecessors and warning against innovation and this was via his lessons and circles (of knowledge) and his books against innovation. May Allaah forgive him and have mercy upon him and reward him well."

Shaykh Saalih Ibn Fowzaan wrote:
"Shaykh Muhammed Amaan as I knew him: Indeed the teachers who possess certificates of higher education are many, however, there are very few amongst them from whom benefit (knowledge) can be sought. Shaykh Muhammed Amaan al-Jaamee, he is from amongst those few scholars who have striven hard with their knowledge for the benefit of the Muslims and their guidance in da'wah (calling) to Allaah upon (correct) knowledge by way of his teaching in al-Jaami'ah al-Islaamiyyah and al-Masjid an-Nabawee and by way of his travels inside and outside the Kingdom, giving lessons and lectures, calling to tawheed and propagating the sound 'aqeedah, guiding the youth of the Ummah to the manhaj of the Pious Predecessors and warning against innovations and misguidance.

And whoever does not personally know him, then will come to know him by way of his beneficial books and many (audio) cassettes which incorporate an abundance of knowledge and immense benefit.

He was consistent in his good actions until he died. And he has left knowledge with which benefit is sought, from his students and books. May Allaah have mercy upon him and forgive him and reward him for that which he knew and acted upon with much good. And may Allaah send prayers and salutations upon our Prophet Muhammed and his family and his companions."

From amongst his many students are:

The noble Shaykh Rabee' Ibn Haadee 'Umayr al-Madkhalee;
The noble Shaykh Zayd Ibn Haadee Madkhalee;
The noble Shaykh 'Alee Ibn Naasir Faqeehee;
The noble Shaykh Muhammed Ibn Hamood al-Waa.ilee;
The noble Shaykh 'Abdul-Qaadir Ibn Habeebullaah as-Sindee;
The noble Shaykh Saalih Ibn Sa'd as-Suhaymee;
The noble Shaykh Saalih ar-Rifaa'ee;
The noble Shaykh Falaah Ismaa'eel;
The noble Shaykh Falaah Ibn Thaanee;
The noble Shaykh Ibraaheem Ibn 'Aamir ar-Ruhaylee.

...and many others.

The Shaykh was known to mix very little with the people, except in that which was good. So most of his time and days was allocated for and his way in this was well known. If he left the house to go to work to the University, he would return straight back and then later proceed to al-Masjid an-Nabawee to teach after 'Asr, and then after Maghrib and then after 'Ishaa. and then after Fajr. And like this he would continue until he was bed-ridden due to the severity of his illness.

The Shaykh was also very careful with his tongue and never backbit nor slandered nor talked evil about anyone. Rather, he did not permit anyone in his company to speak ill of another and further, did not permit the spreading of false speech and people's defects to him.

If any of his students fell into error, he would request the audio cassette or book (within which the error had been recorded) and would either listen or read. If it became apparent that an error had been made, he would approach the one who had erred in the most befitting manner and advise him.

There were amongst the people few who would curse him and speak ill of him, and he would simply forgive them and say:
"I hope Allaah does not enter anyone into the Fire (of Hell) because of me."

He used to mention in his gatherings and circles (of knowledge) that he had forgiven everyone and requested those in his gatherings to spread this of him.

The Shaykh was also one who was concerned about his students, not just during the lessons, rather he used to attend their gatherings and used to ask about the state of their affairs and used to assist them in either terms of advice or finance.

During the final stages of his life, the Shaykh became gravely ill and was confined to his bed for approximately one year, patient at what had befallen him.

On the morning of Wednesday 26 Sha'baan 1416 A.H, the Shaykh passed away. The funeral prayer was performed over him after Salaat az-Zhuhr on the same day and he was buried in the graveyard of al-Baqee' al-Gharqad in Madeenah. Many attended his funeral, amongst them the scholars, the judges from the Sharee'ah courts, the students of knowledge and other than them.

With his death, the Ummah was at a loss of the likes of those scholars who acted upon their sound knowledge. So we ask Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) to forgive him and have mercy upon him and bring forth for the Ummah more scholars who act upon their sound knowledge, aameen.
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قال بديع الزمان الهمذاني في وصف العلم:
« العلم شيء بعيد المرام، Not يُصاد بالسهام، وNot يُقسم بالأزNotم، وNot يُرى في الFromام، وNot يُضبط باللجام، وNot يُكتب للثام، وNot يورث عن الآباء والأعمام وزرع Not يزكو إNot متى صادف From الحزم ثرى طيبا، وFrom التوفيق مطرا صيبا، وFrom الطبع جوا صافيا، وFrom الجهد روحا دائما، وFrom الصبر سقيا نافعا وغرض Not يصاب إNot بافتراش المدر، واستناد الحجر، وردّ الضجر، وركوب الخطر، وإدمان السهر، واصطحاب السفر، وكثرة النظر، وإعمال الفكر»

[«جواهر الأدب» للهاشمي (194)]

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قال بديع الزمان الهمذاني في وصف العلم:
« العلم شيء بعيد المرام، Not يُصاد بالسهام، وNot يُقسم بالأزNotم، وNot يُرى في الFromام، وNot يُضبط باللجام، وNot يُكتب للثام، وNot يورث عن الآباء والأعمام وزرع Not يزكو إNot متى صادف From الحزم ثرى طيبا، وFrom التوفيق مطرا صيبا، وFrom الطبع جوا صافيا، وFrom الجهد روحا دائما، وFrom الصبر سقيا نافعا وغرض Not يصاب إNot بافتراش المدر، واستناد الحجر، وردّ الضجر، وركوب الخطر، وإدمان السهر، واصطحاب السفر، وكثرة النظر، وإعمال الفكر»

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Shaykh 'Abdullaah Ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan Aal Ghudayyaan



He was born in 1345 A.H./1934 C.E. in the city of az-Zulfee.



He studied the basics of reading and writing, when young, with 'Abdullaah Ibn 'Abdul-'Azeez as-Suhaymee, and 'Abdullaah Ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan al-Ghayth, and Faalih ar-Roomee. He also studied the basics of fiqh, tawheed, Arabic grammar and faraa.id with Hamdaan Ibn Ahmad al-Baatil. He then travelled to Riyadh in 1363 A.H./1952 C.E., and in 1366 A.H./1955 C.E. he enrolled into al-Madrasah as-Sa'oodiyyah al-Ibtidaa.iyyah (previously known as Madrasatul-Aytaam) and graduated from there in 1368 A.H./1957 C.E.



He was then appointed a teacher in al-Madrasah al-'Azeeziyyah, and in 1371 A.H./1960 C.E. he enrolled into the Educational Institute. During this period he studied with Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Ibraaheem Aal ash-Shaykh. He also studied fiqh with Shaykh Sa'ood Ibn Rashood who was the (grand) judge of Riyadh, and tawheed with Shaykh Ibraaheem Ibn Sulaymaan, and Arabic grammar and faraa.id with Shaykh 'Abdul-Lateef Ibn Ibraaheem. He then continued his studies until he graduated from the Faculty of Sharee'ah in 1372 A.H./1961 C.E.



He was then appointed head of one of the courts, and then later transferred to teaching at the Educational Institute in 1378 A.H./1967 C.E. In 1380 A.H./1969 C.E. he was then appointed a teacher at the Faculty of Sharee'ah, and in 1386 A.H./1975 C.E. he was transferred to passing fatwa at the Daar al-Iftaa.



In 1391 A.H./1980 C.E. he was appointed a member of The Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Verdicts in addition to member of the Council of Senior Scholars.



He studied with a number of scholars in differing fields, and from amongst the well-known (in addition to those who have preceded) are:

Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez Ibn 'Abdullaah Ibn Baaz (rahima-hullaah) with whom he studied fiqh;

Shaykh 'Abdullaah al-Khulayfee with whom he also studied fiqh;

Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez Ibn Rasheed with whom he studied fiqh, tawheed and faraa.id;

Shaykh Muhammad al-Ameen ash-Shanqeetee with whom he studied usool al-fiqh, sciences of the Qur.aan, and tafseer;

Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan al-Afreeqee with whom he studied mustalah and hadeeth;

Shaykh 'Abdur-Razzaaq 'Afeefee;

'Abdul-Fattaah Qaaree al-Bukhaaree with whom he studied the Qur.aan in the recitation of Hafs 'an 'Aasim, to which the chain of transmission reaches the Messenger (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam).



In addition to what has preceded of his work, from 1389 A.H./1978 C.E. to date he has been a teacher of fiqh, usool al-fiqh, al-qawaa.id al-fiqhiyyah, mustalah and hadeeth, tafseer and it's sciences and 'aqeedah.



He has also been teaching fiqh in organised gatherings/lessons most days of the week, according to his schedule of many duties, after maghrib and after 'Ishaa. Sometimes he will teach after fajr and also after 'asr.



From 1395 A.H./1984 C.E., in addition to his work with The Permanent Committee, he gave lessons to students of knowledge in higher studies at the University of Imaam Muhammad and the Faculty of Sharee'ah in fiqh, usool al-fiqh, al-qawaa.id al-fiqhiyyah. He was also involved in supervising a number of theses at the Masters degree and Doctorate level, whilst also taking part in the (university) committee discussing theses. During this period, many students studied with him.



When Shaykh 'Abdullaah Ibn Humayd died in 1402 A.H./1991 C.E., he was undertook to giving fatwa on the radio programme "Noorun 'alad-Darb".
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قال بديع الزمان الهمذاني في وصف العلم:
« العلم شيء بعيد المرام، Not يُصاد بالسهام، وNot يُقسم بالأزNotم، وNot يُرى في الFromام، وNot يُضبط باللجام، وNot يُكتب للثام، وNot يورث عن الآباء والأعمام وزرع Not يزكو إNot متى صادف From الحزم ثرى طيبا، وFrom التوفيق مطرا صيبا، وFrom الطبع جوا صافيا، وFrom الجهد روحا دائما، وFrom الصبر سقيا نافعا وغرض Not يصاب إNot بافتراش المدر، واستناد الحجر، وردّ الضجر، وركوب الخطر، وإدمان السهر، واصطحاب السفر، وكثرة النظر، وإعمال الفكر»

[«جواهر الأدب» للهاشمي (194)]

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