Sheikh Ibn Uthaymeen

Abu 'Abdullaah Muhammad ibn Saalih ibn Muhammad ibn 'Uthaymeen at-Tameemee an-Najdee was born in the city of Unayzah, Qaseem Region on 27th Ramadhaan 1347 A.H./1926 C.E. in a famous religious family. He received his education from many prominent scholars like Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan as-Sa'dee, Shaykh Muhammad Ameen ash-Shanqeetee and Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez ibn Baaz.

The Ill-Effects of Sins

This short booklet is a translation of a khutba (sermon) delivered by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Salih al-Uthaymeen on the 12th of Muharram in the year 1411AH. Which has been published in Arabic under the title: Athar ul-Maaasee Alal Fardi Wal Mujtama.


Authored By Ibn Uthaymeen

Differences of Opinion Amongst the Scholars

A well structured book that discusses the issue of differences of opinion amongst the scholars. The author divides up the causes for these differences into seven categories and explains these seven causes with the use of examples. He has ended the book by including a very important section entitled, Our Stance Towards the Differences Amongst the Scholars. An interesting and useful book that goes some way in helping us to understand the reason for differences and how we should react towards them.

Authored By Ibn Uthaymeen

The Islamic Awakening

The Muslim Nation today is experiencing a blessed awakening in all aspects of its affairs; one that has been aroused by the efforts of the Muslim youth. However, the astute observer of this awakening will find that there are many problems that hinder its progress; problems that have prompted some scholars, callers to Islam, and students of knowledge to lay down some guidelines that the youth of this blessed awakening should adhere to and follow. Without a doubt, the enemies from without — the Jews, Christians, and others — have tried to put a stop to this awakening, simply because they fear the results of its success and because they know that, if it strengthens, spreads, and succeeds in achieving its aims, it will signal the end of their dominance.

Authored By Sheikh Muhammad ibn Salih Al-Uthaymeen