May Allāh guide your steps and increase you in beneficial knowledge and righteous deeds and may He keep ourselves and you, steadfast upon the guidance and make ourselves and you, from His successful party (Hizb) and His fearful allies (‘Awliyā’) and from the callers to Him who are upon sure-sightedness (Basīrah). Wa As-Salāmu ‘Alaykum Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh The Head Cleric (Muftī) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the President of the Council of Senior Scholars and the Administration of Knowledge-Base Research and Legal Verdicts. The Shaykh has also faced some opposition from his contemporaries regarding some of the jurisprudence related opinions he holds, such as the purity [Tahārah] of blood and alcohol [i.e.
that they are not essentially filthy [Najāsah] and the permissibility of the sexual defiled one, reciting [but not touching] the Qur’ān, and other things of this nature.
Dear Brothers, many people have heard of the traditional schooling system in West Africa, but few have been able to get a good picture of the way studies are carried out there.
Since it is located in a remote village, people also have many concerns about the living conditions there.
Upon completion of middle school, he spent no more than fifteen days in high school before deciding to leave the institution and completely enter the study of the Sharī’ah sciences and Islāmic knowledge, by studying from the scholars and reading and reviewing their books. and has three sons, the oldest of which is ‘Abdullāh, who is nine years old.” of Ibn Kathīr.
And this was one of the things that these generations could have done as there was nothing to prevent them from that except that the Messenger of Allāh وسلم عليه اهللا صلى said, “Whoever innovates something into this matter of ours that which is not from it, then it is rejected.” [Agreed upon, from the Hadīth of ‘Ā’ishah, may Allāh be pleased with her] So he was imprisoned along with others, who held the same opinion, in Riyādh, near the end of Thul-Hijjah in 1407, for eighteen days.During this period, Shaykh Ibn Bāz, may Allāh be merciful to him, made several attempts, from writing to the authorities and asking them to allow the Shaykh to resume his lessons in the Mosque. And beforehand, Shaykh Ibn Bāz urged the Shaykh to remain patient and to continue giving his lessons.