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    Lecturere : Bilal Philips Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf

    In this lecture Dr Bilal Philips talks about Seeking Knowledge in the Light of Islam and that Allah (swt) in the Glorious Quran, the first guidance that he gave to the whole of humankind was not to pray, it was not to perform Hajj but the first guidance given by Allah in the Glorious Quran to the whole of humankind was Iqra, it was to read, it was to recite, it was to proclaim!

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    A small treatise concern knowledge & scholars, its importance & merits.

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    In this lecture Dr Zakir talks about Seeking Knowledge in the Light of Islam and that Allah (swt) in the Glorious Quran, the first guidance that he gave to the whole of humankind was not to pray, it was not to perform Hajj but the first guidance given by Allah in the Glorious Quran to the whole of humankind was Iqra, it was to read, it was to recite, it was to proclaim!

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    Lecturere : Zakir Naik Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf

    In this lecture Dr Zakir talks about Seeking Knowledge in the Light of Islam and that Allah (swt) in the Glorious Quran, the first guidance that he gave to the whole of humankind was not to pray, it was not to perform Hajj but the first guidance given by Allah in the Glorious Quran to the whole of humankind was Iqra, it was to read, it was to recite, it was to proclaim!

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    Writer : Jamaal Zarabozo

    An article in English from the book "Commentary on the Forty Hadith of al-Nawawi,” written by Sh. Jamal Zarabozo in which he interprets verse no. 33 in Surat Al-A’raf in which Allah says, "Say, 'My Lord has only forbidden immoralities - what is apparent of them and what is concealed - and sin, and oppression without right, and that you associate with Allah that for which He has not sent down authority, and that you say about Allah that which you do not know.'"

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    An article in English in which Dr. Saleh As-Saleh shows the categories of people in benefitting the Islamic knowledge as Imam Ibn Al-Qayyem explained the Prophetic hadith, “The guidance and knowledge with which God has commissioned me are like abundant rain which fell on some ground. Part of it was good, and absorbing the water, it brought forth abundant herbage and pasture; and there were some bare patches in it which retained the water by which God gave benefit to men, who drank, gave drink and sowed seed. But some of it fell on another portion which consisted only of hollows which could not retain the water or produce herbage. That is like the one who becomes versed in God’s religion and receives benefit from the message entrusted to me by God, so he knows for himself and teaches others ; and it is like the one who does not show regard to that and does not accept God’s guidance with which I have been commissioned.”

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    Lecturere : Abu Ammar Yaser Qady

    An interesting episode in English in which Sh. Yaser Al-Qady shows the importance of the Islamic knowledge and gives an introduction to monotheism and belief in Allah, the Almighty.

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    A book translated into English collects about 200 hadiths written by Imam Al-Bughdady. They are hadiths of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), his companions, and companions' followers. The book's introduction is about the question about life on the Day of Resurrection and the command to act based on one's authentic Islamic knowledge.

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    Sh. Muhammad ibn Saleh Al-Utheimeen said, "I sincerely advise, myself first, and my Muslim brothers, especially the students of knowledge not to make haste and be quick when a new issue befalls a person until he verifies the situation, gains knowledge and then speaks, so that he does not speak about Allah without knowledge."

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    A useful article in English in which the author explains the importance of seeking knowledge until death.

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    Lecturer : Bilal Philips

    A lecture in English delivered by Sh. Bilal Philips in which he shows the behavior of a Muslim teacher as seen by Islam.

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    Islam is a religion based on knowledge. It encourages people to seek knowledge in each and every useful field. Allah said: "Recite in the name of your Lord who created - created man from a clinging substance. Recite, and your Lord is the most Generous - Who taught by the pen - Taught man that which he knew not." Quran (96:1-5). Ever since the advent of Islam, Muslims have excelled in research development and inventing. They have carried the torch of enlightenment for many centuries. They have made significant progress in many scientific fields. They were the first to use algebra. They invented the Arabic numerals. Also, they contributed in developing some of the instruments such as the astrolabe, the quadrant, and the navigational maps. In medicine, Muslim physicians paid a lot of attention to surgery and developed many surgical instruments.

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    Author : Muhammad Salih Reviewing : Osama Emara

    In this book, Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed shows a useful way to benefit from reading books. At first, he explains why we read books and the reasons of some people’s being away from reading books. He also talks about how to have a useful library and preserve it.

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    Lecturere : Khalid Bin Abdullah Al-Musleh Reviewing : Osama Emara

    In this lecture Sh. Khaled Al-Musleh gives an advice to those seeking the Islamic knowledge at the time which lots of people are away from this knowledge. He shows the importance of the Islamic knowledge and the reward we get through seeking it.

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    A useful lecture in which Sh. Khaled Ad-Dusary reads an article that talks about the virtue, significance, and style of seeking knowledge along with the morals that the seeker of knowledge should have.

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    Lecturere : Abdullah Hakim Quick Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf

    In this episode, Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick explained the importance and virtues of Islamic knowledge.

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    1-Even war and occupation cannot erase Baghdad’s legacy of literacy. 2-The first revealed word of the Quran began a legacy of literacy and education for all. 3- Education in early Islamic history.

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    A book translated into English shows that Allah dignified, honored, and preferred people of knowledge over all people. In this useful treatise, Imam Ibn Rajab (may Allah have mercy on him) explains the virtues of the knowledge of our Prophet's companions and their followers.

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    A book translated into English in which its author collects and briefly explains the etiquette and manners that the students of knowledge have to follow and the vices they have to avoid.

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    Lecturere : Bilal Philips Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf

    A lecture in English in which Sh. Bilal Philips gives sincere advice to students of knowledge. He warns them against making a quick opinion when a new issue befalls a person until they verify the situation, gain knowledge, and then speak, so that they did not speak about Allah without knowledge.

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