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Explanation Of Riyaadh Saliheen: Chapter On Humility & Lowering One's Wing To The Believers

Author: Shaykh Muhammad Bin Saleh Al-Uthaymeen

ISBN-13: 978-1-6289-0653-0

Publisher: Maktabatul-Irshad Publications

SKU: BK2594
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Author: Shaykh Muhammad Bin Saleh Al-Uthaymeen

Translator: Aboo Sulaymaan Muhammad ‘Abdul Azim bin Joshua Baker

Co-Translator: Aboo Ruqayyah Raha Ibn Donald Batts

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 61

Edition: 2014

Publication Year: 2014

ISBN-13: 978-1-6289-0653-0

Publisher: Maktabatul-Irshad Publications

Printing: One Color

Net Weight (LB): 0.21

Country of Printing: USA

Full Description: "Humility" is the opposite of "Self-exaltation" Humility is that one does not elevate or exalt oneself over others by way of one's knowledge, lineage, wealth, status, leadership, government, or otherwise. It is obligatory to lower one's wing to the believers and show kindness to them just as the most honorable of creation and lofty amongst them before Allaah, The Messenger of Allaah (Sallallahu 'Alayhi wa sallam), used to show kindness to the believers, to the point that a young girl would grab him by the hand and take him wherever she wanted and he would fulfill her need for her. Allaah, The Sublime, Says, "And be kind and humble to the believers." And in another verse Allaah says, "The believers who follow you." "...And lower your wing," Meaning be humble. The arrogant and haughty person thinks of himself to be like a bird floating in the air. So he is commanded to lower his wind and come down to the believers who follow the Prophet (Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wa Sallam). It is known from this that one is not to lower his wing to the disbeliever, and this is the case. Rather, one is to be elevated above the disbeliever and exalted above him. Cling to the statement of Allaah (At-Tawheed) and the statement of Allaah is superior. Due to this, Allaah said in his description of the Prophet (Sallallahu 'Alayhi wa sallam) and his companions that they "Are severe against disbelievers, and merciful among themselves" meaning they are stern and firm against the disbelievers while being compassionate to each other.

Weight: 0.75

Shipping Weight (LB): 0.75

Author: Shaykh Muhammad Bin Saleh Al-Uthaymeen

Translator: Aboo Sulaymaan Muhammad ‘Abdul Azim bin Joshua Baker

Co-Translator: Aboo Ruqayyah Raha Ibn Donald Batts

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 61

Edition: 2014

Publication Year: 2014

ISBN-13: 978-1-6289-0653-0

Publisher: Maktabatul-Irshad Publications

Printing: One Color

Net Weight (LB): 0.21

Country of Printing: USA

Full Description: "Humility" is the opposite of "Self-exaltation" Humility is that one does not elevate or exalt oneself over others by way of one's knowledge, lineage, wealth, status, leadership, government, or otherwise. It is obligatory to lower one's wing to the believers and show kindness to them just as the most honorable of creation and lofty amongst them before Allaah, The Messenger of Allaah (Sallallahu 'Alayhi wa sallam), used to show kindness to the believers, to the point that a young girl would grab him by the hand and take him wherever she wanted and he would fulfill her need for her. Allaah, The Sublime, Says, "And be kind and humble to the believers." And in another verse Allaah says, "The believers who follow you." "...And lower your wing," Meaning be humble. The arrogant and haughty person thinks of himself to be like a bird floating in the air. So he is commanded to lower his wind and come down to the believers who follow the Prophet (Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wa Sallam). It is known from this that one is not to lower his wing to the disbeliever, and this is the case. Rather, one is to be elevated above the disbeliever and exalted above him. Cling to the statement of Allaah (At-Tawheed) and the statement of Allaah is superior. Due to this, Allaah said in his description of the Prophet (Sallallahu 'Alayhi wa sallam) and his companions that they "Are severe against disbelievers, and merciful among themselves" meaning they are stern and firm against the disbelievers while being compassionate to each other.

Weight: 0.75

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