IS Tazkiyah A Condition Before Knowledge Can Be Taken from A Person…?? What Salafi Scholars Said About This..?




If Any  Salafi Scholar Studied In Madina University or any other salafi Universities or he may be A Student of Well Versed Knowledge (salafi).  if he have A Saheeh Aqeedah & Manhaj. IF He want to give Dawah to the  people so he can Give Dawah or Teach the People. But Not For Majhool ( Unknown ) if his Aqeeda and manhaj is Unkown or not clear. 

Rather Salafi  Kibaar Scholars said if Any Salafi Alim or Student of Well Versed Knowledge  he is known for sound creed and Methodology but none of the Scholars know him, but the rest of his brothers testify for him with sound creed and methodology.. Then he can Give dawah or teach the People.

Also if Salafi Scholars Giving Tazkiya  to Any Salafi individual That is Also Good to Him Alhamdullilah. But saying “Tazkiya”  is Obligatory ( Wajeeb )  To Him. then only he is Authentic or Able to teach to the people . Scholars Said  it is not binding that he Should have tazkiyah

Lets See What Kibaar ul – Ulamas Says Abou this Issue ..

Al Allamah Shaykh Abdal-Muhsin al-Abbaad.

Al Allamah Shaykh. Saleh Al Fawzaan 

Al Allamah Shaykh. Uthyameen 

Shaykh. Zayd AL Madkhali

Shaykh Muhammad bin Haadee 

Shaykh Muhammad bin Haadee 

Shaykh Ahmed an-Najmee

Shaykh. Sulayaman Ar Ruhaylee 

1 . Shaykh Abd al-Muhsin al-Abbaad… 

Question :: Is it a condition for the one who desires to invite to Allah, the Blessed and Exalted that he should have a tazkiyah (commendation) from the people of knowledge????

Shaykh responded: It is not desirable for a person that he proceeds to speech and speech (for the people) except that he possesses knowledge, but it is not binding that he has a tazkiyah (commendation) . it is not binding that he has a tazkiyah. However, when his affair is unknown (majhool) and he, meaning, the people are not satisfied regarding him and wish to know (about him) whilst he is unknown to them, and they wish to know about him through the route of known people, one who brings something, making clear that he is fit (for da’wah) and he can be benefited from . meaning, there is, meaning … otherwise when this person has ability and he has grounding, and there is nothing cautionary from him, then it is permissible, even if he does not have a tazkiyah, and every one who has something of knowledge he can bring it (forth), and the Messenger said, “Convey from me, even if a (single) verse”. Yes…

the question continues:

يقول في تتمة سؤاله: وإذا لم يشترط أن يكون معه تزكية فكيف نعرف هل الداعية مؤهلا للدعوة خاصة إذا لم يدرس على أيدي العلماء ؟He says in the completion of the question: And when it is not a condition that he has a tazkiyah then how can we know that a caller is fit for giving da’eah especially when he did not study at the hands of the scholarsThe Shaykh answers:

إذا كان الإنسان مجهول يُتوقف في أمره، وإذا كان معلوم؛ أنه معروف بفائدته، سواءٌ كان عُرف أنه كان درس وعنده دراسات وعنده مؤهلات، وقد يكون الإنسان يحصل هذا بالاعتياد والدراسات الخاصة، ليس بلازم أن يكون الإنسان عنده شهادة يعني متخرج من كلية، أو أنه ملازم شيخ مدد طويلة، من كان عنده شيء من العلم ومتمكن فيه، ولو كان فائدة أخذها من عالم فإنه يبلغها لغيره.When a person is unknown (altogether), then his matter is withheld from (out of caution) and when he is known that he is known for his benefit, whether it is known that he studied and he has lessons and he has capabilities, and a person could have acquired this through habitual study, and specific lessons. It is not binding that a person should have a shahaadah, meaning graduation from a faculty or that he has accompanied a Shaykh for a long period. Whoever has something of knowledge and his grounded in it, even if it was a benefit he took from a Scholar, then he conveys it to others.

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2. Allamah Sheikh . Saleh Al- Fawzan 

He says, esteemed Shaykh, may Allaah grant you success: Is it sufficient for a person who wishes to teach the people the affairs of their religion, is it sufficient that he holds a university certificate, or must he have  tazkiyaat from the Scholars??

It is necessary to have knowledge… Not everyone who holds a certificate becomes a scholar (by way of that), (but) knowledge is vital, and understanding (fiqh) of the deen of Allaah! A certificate does not indicate knowledge. A person could hold (a certificate) yet he is the most ignorant of people… and he may not have a certificate yet he is the most knowledgeable of people. Did Shaykh Ibn Baz have a certificate with him? Did Shaykh Ibn Humayd? Did they have certificates? Yet alongside this, they were the leading Imaams of this time. Hence, the speech (revolves) around the presence of knowledge in a person, and (the presence) of understanding in a person! Not about his certificates and  tazkiyaat, that is not given consideration. And the reality will uncover a person, when an issue comes along, or a calamity arises, then the (true) scholar will become clear from the pseudo-scholar and the ignoramus. Yes.

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Questioner :: Esteemed Shaykh, may Allaah grant you success, this questioner from Tunisia says: What are the conditions or rules which permit a student of knowledge to give lessons or knowledge seminars in his land (with the knowledge) that there are not to be found any scholars in the land we are in.

The Shaykh answered:

بلغ ما تعرف ، ماتعرف من العلم انشره و بلغه للناس ، و اما الامور التي لا تعرفها و لم تتوصل اليها فلا ، امسك عنها . نعمConvey what you know, what you know of knowledge then spread it and convey it to the people. As for affairs that you do not know and which have not come to you, then withhold from them. Yes…

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3. Shaykh Zayd al-Madkhalee 

Question :: You know of the situation of the Muslims in the lands of disbelief that many of the youth, non-Arabs, they do not understand the Arabic language. In our city for example, there is a brother who translates the statements of the Scholars from their books… small concise books such as Sharh Usool al-Thalaathah of Shaykh al-Uthaymeen and some other books. But he was criticized and it was said that you must have a specific tazkiyah (commendation) from a senior scholar from Saudi for example, a Salafi scholar, so what is your saying regarding this matter????

Shaykh answered:  My saying regarding this is that whoever has learned something from the sciences of the Islamic religion and Islamic jurisprudence and has attained precision in that, there is no harm (for him to teach), rather he has reward when he teaches (others) by it. And it is not a condition that he brings a tazkiyah but it should be looked at, what is he teaching the people? If he is teaching them what is correct, through shari’ah rulings with its evidences, then this is desired. Hence, it is not a condition that he is given a commendation by a Shaykh. And if he errs, then necessarily, there will be found one who will criticize the error if he errs. So it is not permissible for him to teach the people something that is not correct. And this matter is like the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) said, “Convey from me, even if it is a verse”, meaning, this is an evidence to show that whoever carried a small amount of knowledge and the people are in need of knowing it, it is obligatory upon him to convey that and it is not permissible for anyone to criticize him, unless he sees him misguiding the people, speaking about Allaah without knowledge, giving verdicts without knowledge and laying down principles without knowledge. So all of this is not permissible firstly, and it is not permissible to remain silent upon him, but he is to be advised to learn until he has acquired a portion of knowledge and he then teaches the people. So he is not prevented the while he is correct and when he errs he is not corroborated upon that….


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Also  Shykh.Zayd  Al Madkhali asked  a Question :: O Shakh , We Live in the Non-Islamic Lands , and there are Some brothers who establish leassons but they have not directly sought knowledge from the scholers excpet by the way of tapes and Books . so it is A condition upon those brothers to have tazkiyah , testifying to their knowledge or there is no need for this ?? Alhamdullilah ther are SALAFIES .. “

Sheikh Repled : ” In Reality whom ever having knowledge has reached , by any means – and understands it . then Knowledge is TAKEN FROM HIM.. and It is STUDIED  FROM HIM.. Thes Means ( Seeking knowledge ) Is Mercy in this Era . for example to a people who cannot reach the scholers like for instance those who reside in the distant non islamic  lands . so if they read the books of people of knowledge and listen to thier tapes and Publications , they benifit from it.. And their is no problem upon them to call the people of knowledge to clarify what they find problamatic . SO KNOWLEDGE IS TAKEN FROM THEMfrom the Good That has reached them whether  by reading or listening and there is no sin upon them ..

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4. Shaykh Ubayd al-Jaabiree

Question ::  Is a tazkiyah (commendation) obligatory for a seeker of knowledge so that he may teach, and if there is not to be found anyone who has commended him, should he teach? And is there any precedence (from the Salaf) in this issue of commendation? Benefit us may Allah benefit you..

Sheikh Repied :: The one who is unknown  is the one who requires a tazkiyah, irrespective of whether he was sent to a land or in his own land. As for the one who is known, then if he is (teaching) outside of his own land, and the Scholars know he is teaching and giving lessons from the Book and the Sunnah upon the understanding of the Salaf, then THERE IS NOTHING TO PREVENT  HIM TEACHING if Allaah, the Exalted wills. And likewise, thehre is nothing to prevent sitting with him until the scholars of his region disparage him, and is not necessary that all the scholars disparage him, rather if the evidence is established through one (Allaah-fearing), pious scholar amongst them, a person of the Sunnah, who has expansive vision (into these matters) then his disparagement is accepted.As for when he is in his own land and his people know him and enable him to teach them in a mosque or in their gatherings, then it is upon him to fear Allaah with respect to those (people) and that he traverses (the path) of wisdom, deliberation and that he does not drive the people away from himself. And if he has the ability to look into the evidences for the shari’ah rulings from the Book and the Sunnah, then he can deduce evidence. And if he is in the beginning (stages of seeking knowledge) then he should quote the statements of the people of knowledge, irrespective of whether he mentions them or does not mention them. However, he is not to say, “I said” or “I say” attributing the speech to himself, rather it is more befitting that he say, “So and so Shaykh said”, “Shaykh so and so’s fatwa in this matter is such and such” so that the people are at ease with him.

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4 . Shaykh Muhammad bin Haadee 

Questioner: Some of our brothers O Shaykh are not known with this for example, he has studied and is known amongst his brothers with a sound creed and a safe methodology,and his brothers know that in his teaching there is much benefit, but the Scholars do not know him, so how are we able to acquire a tazkiyah for him in this scenario???

Shaykh Replyed : This occurs with two ways: The first: Him being well known for knowledge, teaching and sitting (to benefit) the people in this field. The second: By way of commendation (tazkiyah). So if he is (a) not known and (b) does not have commendation then he is not fit for giving verdicts whoever he is. As for when he has become known amongst the people for knowledge, teaching and striving in that, and is known for this, then this is sufficient for the people of his land…

Question :.  Is tazkiyah (commendation) a condition for a student of knowledge when he wishes to give fatwa or to teach? Shaykh Muhammad: Necessary, necessary, “I did not sit (for giving fatwa) until it was said to me (to do so)” Imaam Malik says. Yes, it is necessary that it is testified for him that he is fit (capable) of sitting to (teach) knowledge…

Questioner  –>: When he is known for sound creed and methodology but none of the Scholars know him, but the rest of his brothers testify for him with sound creed and methodology…

Shaykh Muhammad Ibne Haadi Replyed :: Being well known, they intend by this, being well known in the region in which he is, that the people (in that region) testify for him (that he has) knowledge and acquaintance, so when this becomes spread [word unclear] yes.

Questioner: The beginner student of knowledge O Shaykh if he was to cite the fatwa of the major scholars and said, “The Scholars said such and such” without mentioning who the muftee (scholar) is… Shaykh Muhammad: This is a mistake, it is not acceptable. Who are the Scholars (then)?! Questioner: In our land they are not pleased with the likes of the major scholars – our Shaykh – those who senior in age, they do not know Shaykh Ibn Baz, Shaykh Ibn al-Uthaymeen and Shaykh al-Albani. Shaykh Muhammad: If this is for a correct objective, the likes of this, then there is no harm in this….

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6. Shaykh Abd al-Muhsin al-Abbaad

I studied al-Usul al-Thalaathah, al-Qawaa’i al-Arba’, Kashf al-Shubuhaat, Kitaab al-Tawheed and Nawaaqid al-Islaam and others in my city. Is it (permissible) for me to teach in my city even though I have not acquired a tazkiyah (commendation) from the people of knowledge?The Shaykh answered:

الإنسان يعرف قدر نفسه ،فإذا كان عنده شيئ من المعرفة يؤدي على قدر مايستطيع ، لكن إذا كان غير متحقق من ضبط الأمور ومعرفة الحق فإنه يُخشى عليه ، لكن مثل هذه الكتب إذا قرأت شروحها من أهل العلم العالمين بها والمتمكنين منها والتي شروحها مفيدة فيها فأنت تستفيد وممكن أن تقرأ عليهم هذه الكتب وشروحها ، أما كونك تأتي من نفسك بشيئ وأنت قد لا تكون مطمئن به لنفسك فإن من الخير لك الا تقدم على شيئ لا تضبطه ولا تتمكن منه، ولكن إذا قرأت عليهم من هذه الكتب وهذه الشروح التي هي شروح سليمة فإن المقصود يحصل .A person knows his own level, so when he has something of knowledge, he can offer it to the extent he is able, but if he is not able to be precise in the affairs and (arrive) at knowledge of the truth then it is feared for him. However, the likes of these books, when you read them with their explanations coming from the people of knowledge, who have knowledge with respect to these (books), who are firmly-grounded in them, and whose explanations provide benefit with respect to them, then you can benefit and it is possible that you can read these books and the explanations to them. As for you coming and bringing something from yourself and you are not even sure about it yourself, then it is better for you that you do not enter into something that you are not precise in, you are not grounded in. However, if you read these books and explanations to them, which are sound (correct) explanations, then the objective will be attained.Another related question:

أحسن الله إليك، في مسألة قريبة من هذه ، هو أن بعض الناس الان قد يتصدر للتدريس ، ويقال هذا الرجل الان لا نعلم احدا زكاه من أهل العلم هل نجلس إليه أو لا نجلس؟May Allaah be benevolent to you, regarding a matter that is related to this, which is that some people come forward to teach, and it is said that this man, at this time, we do not know anyone who has given him tazkiyah from the people of knowledge, shall we sit with him or shall we not sit with him?To which the Shaykh replied:

ليس بلازم أن يكون كل إنسان مُزكى، ليس بلازم ، لكن الكلام هنا كون الانسان عنده قدرة وتمكن ، كلٌ على حسب ما يستطيع ، لو ذهبت إلى أي انسان ممكن ما تجد عنده تزكية، ما كل انسان عنده تزكية ، قد يكون الرجل يبلغ من العلم ما بلغ ويدرس وليس عنده تزكية ، ما عنده تزكيه ، ما عنده فلان زكاه ، لكن المهم كون الانسان يعرف قدر نفسه ، فإذا كان عنده قدرة ويبني على كلام علماء محققين ورسائل وشروح متعلق بالموضوع يدرسه ويتكلم فيه وفقا لما قاله الشارحون المعتبرون في ذلك ، فإن ذلك المقصد ، وليس بلازم إن شفت أحدا يدرس تروح تسأله عندك تزكية او ما عندك تزكية،It is not binding for every person to have tazkiyah (commendation), it is not binding. However, the speech here is about a person having ability and grounding, every person to the level he is able. If you went to any person, its possible you will not find him having a tazkiyah, not every person has a tazkiyah, but a man may sometimes reach whatever level of knowledge he has reached, and he teaches yet he does not have a tazkiyah, he does not have a tazkiyah. He does not anyone who has give him commendation. What is important however is that a person should know his own level, so when he has ability and he bases (his teaching) upon the speech of the investigative scholars, and treatises and explanations related to the topic, he teaches (in the matter) and speaks about it in agreement with what the accepted explainers have said regarding that, because that is the objective. And it is not binding that when you see someone teaching that you go and ask him, “Do you have a tazkiyah or not have a tazkiyah?“The next question:

أحسن الله إليك، مقولة ابن سيرين: ( إن هذا العلم دين فانظروا عمن تاخذون دينكم) يستدلون به على انه ليس لكل أحد جلس للتدريسMay Allaah be benevolent towards you, the statement of Ibn Seereen, “This knowledge is deen, so look to see from whom you are taking your deen”, they use this as evidence that it is not for everyone to sit to teach.To which the Shaykh replied:

صحيح، ليس كل أحد ، لكن أنا اقول الانسان الذي يجلس عليه أن يعرف قدر نفسه، فإن كان عنده قدرة فعل ، وغيره يستفيد منه، وإن كان ما عنده قدرة يترك ، أو يقرأ الشيئ الذي كُتب كتابة سليمة وكاتبها (…كلمة غير واضحة) مثل الشيخ ابن باز وابن عثيمينIt is correct, it is not for everyone, but I say that a person who has (others) sitting around him he should know his level, so if he has ability, then he does so and others can benefit from him. And if he does not have ability, then he abandons it, or he reads something that has been written and is sound and its author (word unclear) such as Ibn Baz, Ibn Uthaymeen.

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7 Shaykh Ibn al-Uthaymeen


بعض طلبة العلم يكتفون بسماع أشرطة العلماء من خلال دروسهم فهل تكفي في تلقي العلم؟ وهل يعتبرون طلاب علم؟ وهل يؤثر في معتقدهم؟Some seekers of knowledge suffice with listenting to the cassettes of the Scholars in the course of their studies (lessons), so is this sufficient for acquiring knowledge? And are they considered students of knowledge? And does this have an effect upon their belief?The Shaykh answered this question:

لا شك أن هذه الأشرطة تكفيهم عن الحضور إلى أهل العلم إذا كان لا يمكنهم الحضور، وإلا فإن الحضور إلى العلماء أفضل وأحسن وأقرب للفهم والمناقشة، لكن إذا لم يمكنهم الحضور فهذا يكفيهم.There is no doubt that these cassettes will suffice them from being present (directly) with the people of knowledge when it is not possible for them to attend. Otherwise, attending with the Scholars is superior, better and is closer to (gaining) understanding and (being able to) discuss (matters). However, when they are not able to attend, then this suffices them.Question:

ثم هل يمكن أن يكونوا طلبة علم وهم يقتصرون على هذا ؟Then is it possible for them to be students of knowledge whilst they limit themselves to this (medium of study)?The Shaykh answered:

نقول: نعم يمكن إذا اجتهد الإنسان اجتهادًا كثيرًا كما يمكن أن يكون الإنسان عالمًا إذا أخذ العلم من الكتب، لكن الفرق بين أخذ العلم من الكتب والأشرطة وبين التلقي من العلماء مباشرة، أن التلقي من العلماء مباشرة أقرب إلى حصول العلم؛ لأنه طريق سهل تمكن فيه المناقشة بخلاف المستمع أو القارئ فإنه يحتاج إلى عناء كبير في جمع أطراف العلم والحصول عليه.We say: Yes, it is possible when a person strives with a great deal of striving, just as it is possible for a person to be a scholar when he takes knowledge from books. However, the difference between taking knowledge from books and cassettes and between taking directly from the scholars (in person) is that seeking knowledge directly from the scholars is closer to acquisition of knowledge because it is an easier route wherein discussion is possible, as opposed to the one who listens or reads (from the scholars), for he requires (to go through) a great deal of hardship in bringing together the various aspects of knowledge and acquiring it.Question:

وأما قول السائل: هل يؤثر الاكتفاء بالأشرطة في معتقدهم؟And what about the saying of the questioner, does sufficing with cassettes affect their belief?The Shaykh answered:

فالجواب: نعم يؤثر في معتقدهم إذا كانوا يستمعون إلى أشرطة بدعية ويتبعونها، أما إذا كانوا يستمعون إلى أشرطة من علماء موثوق بهم، فلا يؤثر على معتقداتهم، بل يزيدهم إيمانًا ورسوخًا واتباعًا للمعتقد الصحيح.Then the answer is: Yes, it does affect their belief if they listen to cassettes of innovation and follow them. As for when they listen to cassettes of trusted scholars, then that does not affect their belief. Rather, it increases them in eemaan, in being firmly-grounded and in following the correct creed.Question:

هل يجوز تعلم العلم من الكتب فقط دون العلماء وخاصة إذا كان يصعب تعلم العلم من العلماء لندرتهم؟ وما رأيك في القول القائل:من كان شيخه الكتاب كان خطؤه أكثر إلى الصواب؟Is it permissible to learn knowledge from books only without scholars, especially when it is difficult to learn knowledge from scholars due to them being scarce? And what is your view regarding the saying of a person, “Whoever’s shaykh is the book, his error(s) will be more than what he is correct in”?The Shaykh answered:

لا شك أن العلم يحصل بطلبه عند العلماء وبطلبه في الكتب؛ لأن كتاب العالم هو العالم نفسه، فهو يحدثك من خلال كتابه، فإذا تعذر الطلب على أهل العلم، فإنه يطلب العلم من الكتب، ولكن تحصيل العلم عن طريق العلماء أقرب من تحصيله عن طريق الكتب؛ لأن الذي يحصل عن طريق الكتب يتعب أكثر ويحتاج إلى جهد كبير جدًّا، ومع ذلك فإنه قد تخفى عليه بعض الأمور كما في القواعد الشرعية التي قعَّدها أهل العلم والضوابط، فلا بد أن يكون له مرجع من أهل العلم بقدر الإمكان. وأما قوله: “من كان دليله كتابه فخطؤه أكثر من صوابه”، فهذا ليس صحيحًا على إطلاقه ولا فاسدًا على إطلاقه، أما الإنسان الذي يأخذ العلم من أيّ كتاب يراه فلا شك أنه يخطئ كثيرًا، وأما الذي يعتمد في تعلُّمه على كتب رجال معروفين بالثقة والأمانة والعلم فإن هذا لا يكثر خطؤه بل قد يكون مصيبًا في أكثر ما يقول.There is no doubt that knowledge is acquired through seeking it from the Scholars and seeking it from books because the book of the scholar is the scholar himself, for he is speaking to you through his book. So when seeking (knowledge) is not possible from the people of knowledge, then he seeks knowledge from books. However, acquiring knowledge through the route of the scholars is closer to its acquisition than through the route of books because the one who seeks it through books will toil (struggle) more and requires a great deal of striving. And alongside this some affairs might be hidden from him such as Sharee’ah principles and rules that the people of knowledge have laid down. So it is necessary that he has a reference point from the people of knowledge (to return back to) in accordance with ability. As for his saying, “Whosoever’s guide is his book then his error(s) will be more than what he is correct in” then this is not correct unrestrictedly and nor corrupt unrestrictedly. As for the person who takes knowledge from any book he sees, then no doubt he will err abundantly. And as for the one who in his learning depends upon the books of men known for trustworthiness, reliability and knowledge then this person’s errors will not be many and he will be correct in the majority of what he says.

–>  Refernce { A series of questions and answers found in Kitab al-Ilm of Shaykh Muhammad bin Salih al-Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah). They have a connection to the topic of this series and so they have been included here, and the issue here is that of acquisition of knowledge in a scenario where it is not possible to take it directly from the scholars, so the issue of their books and cassettes is raised and whether it is possible to acquire knowledge and be a student of knowledge through this route.}

8 Shaykh Ahmed an-Najmee

Questioner :: I complaint to Allah about the Difficulty of seeking knowldge in our situation in france and that is dua to lack of scholars

Therfore I have adopted to teach the Books of Tawheed by shikh muhammed ibne abdul Wahab and explantion of al-Mumti by the shikeh – Uthaymeen and other than them such as al-albany,  saleh al fawzan. Abdul Azeez Al Shiekh . in the matters of differnce and crucial issues . I return to the scholers .. so what is ur advice for us O” Shiekh..??

Shaykh Ahmed an-Najmee Relied : CONTINUE Traversing Upon Your way and I ask Allah to Aid you…

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9. Shaikh. Sulaymaan Ar Ruhaylee 

Questioner : A Brother Says Assalamu alykum warahamatullahi wabarkatuhu O’ our Shaikh May Allah Reward you and and Benifit your Knowledge. We have with us Student of Knowledge whome we only know Good about Them. May Allah benifit by way of them They teach us The book of itiqaad ( Aqeedah )and Sunnah. Some brothers have come to us spread concerning the students :

Firstly : knowledge is only taken from Akabeer

Secondly: it’s A Must That There be A Tazkiyah from the Ulama for one who is establishing these classes.

So this has led to Those abondonment of some of the classes of which there is not present ( available) other other ( classes ) in our what should be our stance regard. ( We hope ) you give us direction ( in this Affair ) May Allah bless you.


Shaykh.sulayman Ar Rahylee Beautifully explained The Types of Tazkiyah &

He said

The Statment : That Knowledge is not Taken from him except The Ulama Given Tazkiyah to Him. This Statement Closes The Door of Much Goodness.

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