الدرس الأول 001 من شرح كتاب لمعة الاعتقاد – Lesson one 001 from the explanation of the book Luma’a Al-Itiqad

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

الحمد لله و الصلاة و السلام على رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم… و بعد.

هذا هو الدرس الأول من دروس شرح كتاب لمعة الاعتقاد لابن قدامة المقدسي التي تلقى في مسجد التوحيد في مدينة ديترويت كل سبت بين المغرب و العشاء.  و هذا الدرس مسجل على قسمين الأول حوالي الساعة و الثاني بضع دقائق.

و في هذا الدرس: مقدمة عن أهمية علم العقيدة, و ترجمة المصنف ابن قدامة المقدسي, و بعض القواعد في أسماء الله تعالى و صفاته.

This is the first lesson from the explanation of the book Luma’at Al-Itiqad by Ibn Qudamah Al-Maqdisi that is given at Masjid Al-Tawheed of Detroit every Saturday between Maghrib and Isha’a.  This lecture is two parts the first part is about an hour, and the second part is just a few minutes long.

This lesson includes: An introduction about the importance of the knowledge of Aqeedah (faith), the biography of the author (Ibn Qudamah Al-Maqdisi), and some principles regarding the names and attributes of Allah.

الجزء الأول – part one

http://www.archive.org/download/Lumaat_Al-Itiqad_Lesson_001_Part_01/Lumaat_Al-Itiqad_Lesson_001_Part_01.mp3

الجزء الثاني – part two

http://www.archive.org/download/Lumaat_Al-Itiqad_Lesson_001_Part_02/Lumaat_Al-Itiqad_Lesson_001_Part_02.mp3

8 thoughts on “الدرس الأول 001 من شرح كتاب لمعة الاعتقاد – Lesson one 001 from the explanation of the book Luma’a Al-Itiqad

  1. Assalamo alaykom Cheikhana [Removed by admin] Aba Hussam, I just wanted to bring to your attention that the date the lectures were given is missing.

    I think that’s important.

    Assalaamo Alaykom.

    1. Wa alikum assalam wa rahmatullah.

      Jazakum allah khairan for the note. Insha’a allah I will try to start mentioning the dates the lectures are given. Please call me Abu Husam for I am not a sheikh but rather a student of knowledge. Barakah allah feek.

  2. Assalaamo alaykom,

    I know you are, Aba Hussam, baaraka’ Llao feek. I apologize if it upset you. it was just to show respect. I find it rude to call someone whom I don’t know directly by his kunyah.

    Baaraka’Llaho feek wa jouzita khayran, akhi.

    Salaam.

    1. Wa alikum assalam wa rahmatullah wa baraktuh,

      First of all, I do not claim to have knowledge. I am nothing but a “Twaylib Ilm” small student of knowledge. My classes are basically a summary, comments, and translations of the books of people of knowledge.

      As to where do I take my knowledge from, I take from the scholars of Ahl Al-Sunnah. From our times, I take from the likes of Sheikh Abdulazeez bin Bazz, Sheikh Muhammad Bin Saleh Al-Othaimeen, Sheikh Al-Albani, Sheikh Muqbil, Sheikh Al-Fawzan, Sheikh Rabee Al-Madkhali, Sheikh Saleh Al-Suhaimee, Sheikh Ubaid Al-Jabiree, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Najmee, Sheikh Muhammad Aman Al-Jamee, Sheikh Muhammad Bin Hadee Al-Madkhali, and others from the likes of those.

      I also benefit from the known students of knowledge like our Sheikh Abdul-Rahman Al-Omaisan (who is aware of my classes and is encouraging me to continue), Abu Hafs Al-Yamani (the previous imam of Masjid Al-Tawheed of Detroit), Sheikh Abu Umar Osama Al-Otaibee, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Bukhari, and others from their likes.

      With that being said, I stress on the point that I am nothing but a “Twaylib Ilm”, so if you see or hear from me anything that is incorrect, please let me know and advise me.

      Barakah Allah feekum.

      Assalam alikum wa rahmatullah.

      1. asalaamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh!

        jazak Allaahu khayran for the answer.
        the reason why i called you ‘student of knowledge’:

        ‘Please call me Abu Husam for I am not a sheikh but rather a student of knowledge. Barakah allah feek.’

        so i thought that you are taking knowledge from a shaykh or mashaykh personally, live in person, face to face, like you are a talib ul-‘ilm who attends a muslim university and sometimes go to home etc.

        so when you say ‘i take knowledge from Shaykh bin Baaz (rahimahullaah)’ – then this means you are benefiting from his tapes, right?
        (not mocking!)

        i think i have made a mistake. i have heard you saying ‘Abu Hafs, the previous imaam of the masjid’ and somehow i got the idea that you are referring to Abu Hafsah Kashiff Khan… astagfiru’ Allaah. and i have even mentioned this ‘fact’ to someone. i have to make a correction, in shaa’ Allaah.

        you are palestinian, right? i mean ‘ar-Ramly’ refers to a city in palestine (Ramla), is this correct? (not like race or nationality counts)
        i thought that you are okay since a salafee masjid only allows trustworthy people to speak. if you were not correct, they would not allow you to grab the mic, but Allaahu a’lam.

        of course i will let you know if i hear something which is not correct (and i know for sure that it is not correct), in shaa’ Allaah.

        are you planning to start a new book?
        i mean apart from al ‘Aqeedat al-Wasitiyyah. (i like that book very much)

        have you ever studied in a muslim university?
        how old are you?

        fee amaanillaah,

        assalaamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh!

        1. Wa alikum assalam wa rahmatullah wa baraktuh,

          I have not had the chance to sit with any of the major scholars except our Sheikh Hasan Bin Abdul-Wahhab Al-Bannah. Insha’a Allah I hope to be able to sit and benefit from the people of knowledge in the near future. I currently benefit from their books and recorded classes.

          Our noble brother Abu Hafs Al-Yamani is a different person than our noble brother Abu Hafsah Kashif Khan (who also knows me and knows that I teach at Masjid Al-Tawheed).

          I am Syrian and I was born in 1402 H.

          Insha’a Allah, I plan to continue the explanation of Al-Aqeedah Al-Wasityia after Eid.

          I ask Allah to accept from all of us and to make our statements and actions sincere and correct.

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