Ml Muhammad Abasoomar

December, 2019

  • 6 December

    Three things for protection from fitnah – audio

    Sayyiduna ‘Uqbah ibn ‘Amir (radiyallahu’anhu) enquired from Rasulullah (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam) as to what to do for salvation [from fitnah]? Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) said: ‘Guard your tongue, remain in your home and cry over your sins.’ (Sunan Tirmidhi, hadith: 2406) Listen to my talk on this important topic, here

  • 4 December

    Do not substitute the Sunnah for the way of others!

    The Sunnah is the best and most complete way for any human to lead his life in this world. Unfortunately day by day, we find the Muslim ummah shifting further away from the blessed Sunnah of our Nabi (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam). This will bring nothing but further disaster. The following is an abstract from an article that Muhaddithul ‘Asr, ‘Allamah Muhammad Yusuf Al Binnory (rahimahullah) wrote on this topic: ‘Powerful nations …

November, 2019

  • 29 November

    Don’t starve the earth of DinuIslam – audio

    Our actions have a direct effect on the things, creation and conditions around us. When we do good, it draws favourable conditions and when we perpetrate wrongs, the ill effects are felt around us too. Download my lecture on this topic here

  • 18 November

    Control your tongue – audio

    The tongue is an important organ of the body. Islam has given us guidance on this too. Listen to the talk delivered by my beloved father, Shaykhul Hadith, Moulana Haroon Abasoomar (hafizahullah) on this important topic. Download here

  • 18 November

    Our Duty towards our children – audio

    The current secular environments that we live in, sometimes alters one’s understanding of basics. Among these basics, is the duty towards our children. Here is a talk on this subject, delivered by my beloved father, Shaykhul Hadith, Moulana Haroon Abasoomar (hafizahullah) Download here

October, 2019

  • 22 October

    Information Indigestion

    The enthusiasm to share whatever beneficial knowledge we come across sometimes results in the oversight of flooding peoples timelines, inboxes, or ears. This leads to ‘information indigestion’. Do not be too frequent to the extent that the audience or recipients are burdened. This is an established principle of knowledge. Despite the high level of the eagerness that the Sahabah (radiyallahu’anhum) had to learn from Nabi (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam), he too would …

  • 8 October

    How to acquire the habit of practice

    An extremely beneficial method of inculcating the habit of practicing upon knowledge is to accompany people who do so themselves. One advantage of formerly acquiring knowledge from a suitable teacher is that together with knowledge one is also able to visualise how the teacher applies it in his life.   Ibn Sirin (rahimahullah) said: “They –the senior Tabi’un- would study how to practice (‘amal) just as they would study knowledge …

  • 1 October

    Knowledge is for practice

    There currently seems to be a widespread notion that: knowledge is for propagation, instead of practise. Therefore as soon as we come across a useful piece of information we immediately think of forwarding it instead of first planning to implement it in our lives! Rasulullah (sallallahu ’alayhi wasallam) said: “No person’s feet will be allowed to move on the day of Qiyamah until he answers the following questions: How he …

  • 1 October

    A brief biography of My Honourable Teacher; Shaykhul Hadith, Moulana Fadlur Rahman Azmi

    Shaykhul Hadith, Moulana FadlurRahman A’zami (hafizahullah) is one of my senior Bukhari teachers. After I graduated from Madrasah Talimuddeen in Ispingo Beach, Durban, South Africa (1998), I attended Shaykh Fadlur Rahman saheb’s Hadith lessons in Madrasah ‘Arabiyyah Islamiyyah in Azaadville, South Africa (in the year: 2000). Hereunder is a brief bio of Shaykh, that is extracted from: A Brief Biography of Shaykhul Hadith, Fazlur Rahman Azmi by Mufti Atiqur Rahman …

September, 2019