Before one can enjoin or forbid he/she needs to first assure that they have the following qualities: (1) sincerity of intentions, (2) Knowledge of Lawful and Unlawful, (3) Compassion, (4) Tolerance and Patience. Failure to possess these qualities will make their enjoining or forbidding ineffective. PowerPoint: http://sunnahfollowers.net/ppt/Tawheed/Enjoin_Good/Enjoin-5/img1.html
Lecture speaks of how before one attempts to enjoin the good he has to check himself to make sure his love and hate for things are in harmony with what allah loves and hates. Otherwise you will be steering the people wrong and guilty of commiting sin against allah. PowerPoint: http://sunnahfollowers.net/ppt/Tawheed/Enjoin_Good/Enjoin-4/img1.html
Lecture speaks of how sometimes you may be faced with a situation in which both good and bad are mixed – you must analyze and weigh the good and bad and go with what brings the greatest benefit. Powerpoint: http://sunnahfollowers.net/ppt/Tawheed/Enjoin_Good/Enjoin-3/img0.html
Hadiths showing that the warriors who participated in Badr were men of high status and respect even after the Prophet’s death. This was used as a criteria for positions of leadership and also the reliability of a person.
Lecture speaks of how before one can enjoin what is good and forbid what is evil they need to learn the lawful and the unlawful. Then they have to check their approach and weigh the consequences. Finally it may be best to enjoin with the heart rather than the tongue or hand. PowerPoint: http://sunnahfollowers.net/ppt/Tawheed/Enjoin_Good/Enjoin-2/img0.html
Hadiths detailing the battle of Badr and Uhud and some of the participants. Haritha the young man killed and the two boys who killed Abu Jahl.
Introduction to this series speaks of how enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil is an obligation upon all muslims. Everything lawful is good and clean whereas what is unlawful is bad and dirty so one must be careful saying a thing is unlawful if it is not. Powerpoint: http://sunnahfollowers.net/ppt/Tawheed/Enjoin_Good/Enjoin-1/img0.html
Hadiths about Az Zubair, Ali and other companions who participated in the battle of Badr. Also how Abu Jahl was killed and how allah brought those killed leaders of the Quraish back to life to allow the prophet to have his revenge.
Hadiths that speak about the battle of Badr and the companions participating such as Talhah and Sad Ibn Muadh.
This is my personal blog. Please do not join here to challenge or argue with me. To do so will only result in my banning you from here. If you have comments that are challenging that you would like to share – be woman enough to join me LIVE on my website and present your comment. I say woman enough because most negative comments come from women who suffer from jealousy and envy so shaytaan moves them to leave smart aleck comments. These women need to be reminded that this is one of the reasons why hell will be filled with women.
If you are bold enough to come to me live, I warn you to come with daleel from Quran or sunnah to support what you have to say – not some fatwa – because I am known for making people wear egg on their face.
Also for those ignorant to ask “What scholar do I follow” the answer is the same scholar the companions followed, and the 4 imams, and Ibn Taymia, and Ibn Qayyim, and Abdul Wahhab, and Sheikh Albani, and Ibn Uthaymeen and Sheikh Bin Baaz – and his name is “Muhammad Ibn Abdullah. If that is not good enough for you then you need to ask yourself – ARE YOU A MUSLIM!
For those who would like to know a little more about me, this is all you need to know:
Laila Nasheeba is the founder and Managing Director of AlQuran Wa Sunnah Islamic Site of Learning – an online Islamic Institute- wherein she devotes her time to teaching and calling the Muslims back to the Quran and Authentic Sunnah.
Laila Nasheeba is a graduate of Cleveland State University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Ancient Civilizations. She is also a certified Para-Legal. She has studied Islam with concentration in Hadiths since the age of six from various others beginning with Imam Mutawwaf Abdus Shaheed to her present teacher, Shaykh Mustapha Morsy Abu AtTayyib – who in turn gave her permission to teach from various books of Aqeedah and Hadiths, and due to her understanding of the Sunnah, permission to answer Questions about Islam