Iqtidaa ul Ilm al Amal

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Iqtidaa-ul-‘Ilm al-‘Amal Knowledge Mandates Action By Imaam Abu Bakr Ahmad bin ‘Alee Al-Khateeb Al-Baghdaadee [Died: 463H] With Verification and notes by Imaam Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen Al-Albaanee 2 Table of Contents 1. A Brief Biography of the Author 3 2. A Point of Benefit 5 3. Introduction to the Treatise 7 4. Text of the Treatise 9 5. The Censure of Those who do not Act upon Knowledge, but rather Lean towards its Opposite, And to the Contrary of what Knowledge Mandates 23 6. The Disapproval of Seeking Knowledge in order to Compete and Debate with Others, to Fulfill Personal Goals, and to Receive Compensation from it 32 7. The Warning, Threat and Severe Caution against those Who Recite the Qur'aan to Gain Repute and Fame and Not in Order to Act on it and Gain Reward 35 8. What has been Stated concerning Memorizing Its Letters yet Neglecting its Commandments 37 9. The Disapproval of Acquiring Knowledge for Other than the Sake of Worship 40 10. The Dislike of Seeking Hadeeth in order to Boast, Hold Gatherings or Gain Followers And Companions through Narration 42 11. Those who Disliked Learning Grammar (Nahu) Due to what that Breeds from Arrogance and Pride 48 12. Abiding by the Guarantee Of what will Occur in the Hereafter 50 13. Good Deeds are the Provisions and Useful Supplies on the Day of Final Return 51 14. Taking Advantage of Youth, Health and Free Time and Hastening to do Good Deeds before the Occurrence of that which will cause these Things to Cease 53 15. The Disapproval of Procrastinating 60 16. Glossary of Terms Used 62 3 A Brief Biography of the Author He was the Shaikh, the Imaam Abu Bakr Ahmad bin 'Alee bin Thaabit, better known as Al-Khateeb Al-Baghdaadee, the author of many books, the most famous of which was Taareekh Baghdad. 1 He was born in the year 392H. His father was the khateeb (lecturer) of (the village of) Darzijaan, from the noblemen of 'Iraq. 2 He had high hopes for his son of his (Al- Khateeb), so he narrated Hadeeth to him while he was still young, in the year 403H. Afterward, Al-Khateeb desired to seek knowledge of the Science of Hadeeth, so he traveled for that purpose to the different regions (of 'Iraq). He excelled in his studies, wrote books and collected narrations. And he was at the forefront in all of the disciplines of the Science of Hadeeth. He heard from a large amount of reliable Hadeeth Scholars in various lands, such as Baghdad, Basrah, Naisapur, Asbahaan, Dinawar, Hamdaan, Koofah, the Haramain (two holy cities of Makkah and Madeenah), Damascus, Jerusalem and other places. He arrived at Syria in 451H and lived there for eleven years. Many of the great scholars of Hadeeth reported from him, such as his teacher Abu Bakr Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Ahmad Al-Barqaanee, the Shaikh of Baghdad....
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course REL 101 taught by Professor Professorsunni during the Spring '12 term at N.C. State.

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