Category: Islamic Scholars
Muhammad Ismail Al-Bukhari, Preserver of sacred tradition,
When we discuss a scholar of the highest caliber, such as Imam Al-Bukhari or the founders of the major schools of Fiqh, it is important to know what sort of person that scholar was. The first quality we note in Al-Bukhari was his great piety. He was a man who frequently spent hours in voluntary…
Eight signs that your sheikh, just might be a fake, by Imam Abu Laith Luqman Ahmad
So how can you tell a real sheikh or scholar from a pretender or a false one? Below are seven different traits to look for that may reveal that your sheikh is actually a fake or a con-man.
The Dangers of Making things Haraam, Without Having Clear Evidence, by Shaykh Luqman Ahmad
There is enough prohibited activity in people’s lives today to keep us busy for the rest of the century. There is no need to go about searching for new things to declare haraam.
Fatwas and the Responsibility of Muslim Scholars in America, by Shaykh Abu Laith Luqman Ahmad
Scholars of Islam are responsible for upholding the sacred trust that accompanies the acquisition of religious knowledge; which is to explain the religion clearly and concisely and not cover up any part of it.