Posts tagged Muslim.

If you’re interested in studying Arabic Grammar or Maliki fiqh (and already know Arabic), this site is pretty much invaluable:

www.alazhary.com 

He covers all of the Nahu and Sarf texts they use at al-Azhar, and a couple more. He also has pretty amazing Shurooh of a few classical Maliki fiqh texts.

#Nahu  #Sarf  #Arabic  #Grammar  #Maliki  #Fiqh  #Muslim  #Mali  #Azhar  
  03/06/13 at 10:52am

Does omnipotence necessitate predestination?

  02/18/13 at 08:30pm

Will someone please explain to me how shi’i fiqh developed?

#shia  #islam  #muslim  #hassan  #hussein  #ali  
  11/24/12 at 05:59pm
Tatar Muslim and The Prince. His style is such an awesome mix of east and west msA. We’re getting closer!

Tatar Muslim and The Prince. His style is such an awesome mix of east and west msA. We’re getting closer!

  06/10/12 at 02:05pm
To Gamid to quit! msA times one trillion on this man’s humble style.May God make us all of humble appearance and humbler hearts. Amen.

To Gamid to quit! msA times one trillion on this man’s humble style.

May God make us all of humble appearance and humbler hearts. Amen.

(via balladsbooksbrushstrokes)

  05/30/12 at 04:59pm
So much style. MsA.

So much style. MsA.

  05/29/12 at 06:01pm
Lol, Maliki threads.

Lol, Maliki threads.

#Fiqh  #Maliki  #Islam  #Muslim  
  05/25/12 at 08:15am

Imam Malik

Physical description of Imam Malik bin Anas (R):

‘Isa bin ‘Umar said: “I never saw anything white or red that was more beautiful than the face of Malik, or any clothes whiter than Malik’s.”

And a number of people relate that he was tall, firm, serious, blond, had a white beard and hair, had a large beard, was balding, and would not shave his moustache, as he considered this to be a form of mutilation.

It is said that he had blue eyes, and some of this was narrated by Ibn Sa’d from Mutarraf bin ‘Abdillah.

Muhammad bin ad-Dahhak al-Hizami said: “Malik’s clothes were clean and soft, and he would constantly wear different clothes.”

al-Walid bin Muslim said: “Malik would wear white clothes, and I saw he and al-Awza’i wearing black and green caps.”

Ashhab said: “When Malik would wear a turban, he would wrap part of it under his chin and would leave the ends of it hanging between his shoulders.”

Khalid bin Khidash said: “I saw Malik wearing a cap, and I saw him wearing woven clothes.”

Ashhab said: “If Malik would wear kohl for a necessity, he would remain in his house.”

Mus’ab said: “Malik would wear ‘Adani clothes, and he would wear perfume.”

Abu ‘Asim said: “I never saw a Muhaddith with a more handsome face than Malik’s.”

It is said: “He was so light colored that he was blond. He had wide eyes, a raised, pointed nose, and he would let his moustache grow long based on ‘Umar’s curling of his moustache.”

Ibn Wahb said: “I saw Malik dying his hair with henna once.”

Abu Mus’ab said: “Malik had the most handsome face of the people, the widest of eyes, the whitest skin, and was the greatest of them in height - all in the strongest body.”

al-Waqidi said: “He was well-formed, would not dye his hair, and would not enter the public baths.”

Bishr bin al-Harith said: “I entered upon Malik and saw him wearing a cap that was worth about 500 dirhams.”

Ashhab said: “When Malik would wear a turban, he would wrap part of it under his chin and would leave the ends of it behind his back, and he would scent himself with musk and other scents.”



SOO GAMID msA, and for all my fellow Malikis out there, Asalamu Alaikum! (and to all others as well, Muslim or not :)).

  05/23/12 at 04:59pm
Gamid looking Muslims, Habaayib style! God bless these men and what they do for the Ummah! Allahumma Ameen ya Rabb!Simple, all white, humble, pure, clean, ma sha’ Allah. Scarfs always make for a great pair with the classic thobe!

Gamid looking Muslims, Habaayib style! God bless these men and what they do for the Ummah! Allahumma Ameen ya Rabb!

Simple, all white, humble, pure, clean, ma sha’ Allah. Scarfs always make for a great pair with the classic thobe!

  05/23/12 at 04:39pm
I love head coverings, as you might know by now, but to be able to wear a turban, a beaming white symbol of knowledge wrapped around your head, you have to put something inside it (i.e. genuine knowledge). I wish our professors nowadays had some distinctive head dress.

I love head coverings, as you might know by now, but to be able to wear a turban, a beaming white symbol of knowledge wrapped around your head, you have to put something inside it (i.e. genuine knowledge).

I wish our professors nowadays had some distinctive head dress.

  05/18/12 at 12:10pm