You may not be a Scholar, but your Words still Matter


In the Name of Allah, the extremely Merciful at this very moment, and the extremely Merciful at all times.

With the Name of Allah, the extremely Merciful at this very moment, and the extremely Merciful at all times

On the authority of Tamim ad-Dari who reported that the Prophet (saw) said:

“Ad-Deen (The Religion) is Naseehah (sincerity, well wishing).”  Upon this we said: “For whom?” He (saw) replied: “For Allah, His Book, His Messenger and for the leaders and the general Muslims.” (Sahih Muslim Book 1 Number 0098)

Among all of the wonderful Islamic personalities we have today, to name a few, Zakir Naik, Yasir Qadhi, Nouman Ali Khan, Siraj Wahhaj, Suhaib Webb, the countless others who teach them in institutions like Madinah and Azhar, and the rising number of young “super” students of knowledge, it’s easy to sit back and say: “How can I possibly compare?”  As an “average” Muslim, what can my contribution possibly be compared to the men and women of the present who carry the legacies of the great scholars of the past?

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