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74 Responses to About

  1. Umm Abdullah says:

    Your site is wonderful, Masha Allah. Please keep it up and post more articles…

    • Jazaakillaahu khairan for your comments and beneficial input.

      • Assalam aleykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh,
        May Allah grant al-Firdaws to our brother Dawood Burbank and his wife.
        May Allah grant his children patience in these times. Ameen.
        I have set up a publishing house back in 1997 and Abu Talhah – although I have never met him – has been a source of inspiration for me, and an example. We published a translation into French of the commentary of the Three Principles (as well as other books), by late Shaykh Muhammad Al-Uthaymeen – rahimahuLlah and no doubt it looks very similar to the one Abu Talha did, may Allah add this to his good dees.
        I request you contact me – as I heard you are his family – for something important related to our brother – rahimahuLlah, and that I would like to share with you.
        Unitl then, may Allah protect you, wassalam aleykum, Yaqub

      • Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

        JazaakAllahau khairan for your kind du`aa. Aameen.

        Your comment was a pleasure to receive, baarakAllaahu feek.

        I have emailed you privately regarding your request.

        We ask Allaah to grant you that which is best in this worldly life, and in the hereafter.

        HayyaakAllaah,
        Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
        Saad Burbank

  2. very refreshing blog may Allah bless you in your time, health, family and life fee dunyah wal akhyra ameen.

  3. Abu Luqman says:

    Jazakallahu Khayran May Allah Increase us in beneficial Knowlege

    Abu Luqman

  4. Umm Mujaahid says:

    Assalaamu “alaikum Brother Saad bin Daawuud bin Ronald Burbank,

    It has been a pleasure to discover and read parts of your web-site. The title is of your site is very inspiring and reflects the highest concern with the imparting of, and implanting – bi-idhnillaah – upon the athentic Sunnah. May Allaah grant you, your father, and all your family excellent health, strong imaan, and istiqaamah on Allaah’s Diin.

    I am trying to learn Arabic. I hope you can devote some attention to translating material which shows the salaf’s concern with learning the Arabic language and how it plays a fundamental role in binding us to the Sunnah.

    Wassalaamu “alaikum

    • Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,

      Alhamdulillaah, your comments have been very pleasant to read; and we are glad that the blog has been of benefit to you.

      Aameen to your kind du’aas.

      MaashaaAllaah, a commendable act – may Allaah aid you upon learning the language of His religion, aameen.

      InshaaAllaah we will try and publish some articles regarding the salafs concern for the Arabic language, and the importance of it likewise.

      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
      Saad Burbank
      alitisaambissunnah.wordpress.com

  5. Ummu Naima says:

    Salaam aleikuum

    innaa lillaahi wa innaa ilayhi raaji’oon, Allaahumma ‘jurnaa fi museebatinaa wa khluf lanaa khayran minhaa

    Wa Aleikuum Salaam oegt Ummu Naima the Netherlands

  6. Umm Abdullah says:

    May the Most high make this difficult time easy for you and your family. Umm Abdullah

  7. Safiyya Farah says:

    May Allah commend you on uprightness on the Dawatul Salafiyah , I love your website. I have learned alot on your website even though I’ve only known about it for a couple of days now.  When I read your website i think about the wise statements of Ibn Rajab

    “Acquire knowledge because doing so is good. Seeking it is worship. Reviewing it is glorifying Allah. Researching it is jihad. Teaching it to the ignorant is charity. Serving the scholars is a way of drawing near to Allah because knowledge is the path of ascension to the stations of Paradise. It is a companion in isolation and a comrade in distant lands. It speaks to you in solitude It is a guide to prosperity and a shield against adversity. It beautifies one among friends and is a weapon against enemies. With it Allah elevates people and makes them guides and bellwethers of good. The scholars are people whose words are sought and whose actions are imitated. The angels long for the scholar’s company and comfort them with their wings. Everything, the fish of the sea, the beasts of the earth, the predators of the land and sea, and the cattle pray that blessings come upon him.This is because knowledge enlivens the heart against ignorance, illuminates the eyes against darkness, and strengthens the body. It transports the servants to the mansions of the select and the righteous and to the highest ranks in the world and in the Hereafter. Contemplating it is equivalent to fasting, and reviewing it is equivalent to the Night Prayer vigil. With it, kinship is united and the lawful is distinguished from the unlawful. Knowledge is an imam which leads to righteous actions. It is craved by the people destined for Paradise and shunned by people destined for Hell.” 

    Jazakallah kharia Brother Saad

    May Allah have mercy on ur parents

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      Assalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      First of all apologies for my very delayed reply.

      Also, jazaakillaahu khairan for your kind-hearted comments.

      We ask Allaah to bless you and your family and grant them the best in this world and in the hereafter.

      BaarakAllaahu feekum jamee`an.

      Aameen

      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
      Saad ibn Daawood ibn Ronald Burbank

  8. Umm Mujaahid says:

    لأخينا
    السلام عليكم ورحمة اللهِ وبركاته
    أما بعد فبلغني خبرُ أبيك وأمِّك – رحمهما اللهُ رحمةً واسعةً، وأبشّرك بموتهما الجميل ، وأسأل اللهَ تعلى أن يجعلهما من الشهداء وأن يجزيهما الحسنى. وأن يثبّتَك وجميعِ أسرتِك على السنة حتى تلقوا الذين تحبّهم في الآخرة فإن الدنيا قصيرة والآخرة قريبة.
    في أمان اللهِ
    والسلام عليكم
    أم مجاهد عائشة
    Reply

    • بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
      و عليكم السلام و رحمة الله و بركاته
      اللهم آمين
      جزاك الله خيرا لنصيحتك
      حياك الله
      و السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته
      أخوك في الإسلام
      سعد بن داود بربنك

  9. umm maryam says:

    Asalamu alaykum
    Allahuma barik alayk brother and jazakAllah khair for this benificial website.
    May Allah increase you in knowledge and bless you and your family.
    May Allah have mercy on your parents and give them janatul fardous we are all very sadden at this great loss and may Allah give you and your family patients and that you remember
    them always and make dua for them inshaAllah .

    Wa alaykum salam
    umm maryam

  10. Abu Abdul Aziz says:

    As.sallamu alaykum, May Allah preserve you and your brothers and Sisters in the deen of islam and upon the sunnah. May His Comfort and mercy reach you all in these times. grant your parents jennatul firdous. I know that life can be a big test sometimes and you at a young age now face one of the biggest. i just hope when you eventually get around to sorting stuff out you know that your brothers are with you and should you wantor need our help then please just ask.I met your father only once after i accepted islam and he was a very gentle man, with All Praise due to Allah I was able to benefit from his translations. it is my hope that Allah makes these of benefit for him yawmul qiyymah and i remind you that your duaa for your parents is one of the things that transends teh cutting off. May Allah Grant you all success.

    • Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaah

      Aameen. JazaakAllaahukhairan for your du`aa and advice.

      The advice you mentioned was very helpful alhamdulillaah.

      We ask Allaah to make my parents efforts a continual source of benefit for them both. Allaahumma aameen.

      HayyaakAllaah,
      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,
      Saad ibn Daawood Burbank

  11. احسن الله اليك

  12. Umm Sakinah says:

    Bismillah ar Rahman ar Rahim
    From Umm Sakinah al Beerooanijah to Saad Burbank,

    I wish to suggest to you, if you are not aware of it, to use google docs. It would help you to use your documents wherever you are, without having to use a pendriver or fearing to lost it, insh’Allah. And If you need any help with the pdf or the arabic script, I could give you a hand. Al hamdulillah Allah blessed me with excellent tools to do that feesabilillah.

    If you are still in darul tawheed, please remember us in your du’as, that Allah keep us upon Islam and istiqaamah.

    May Allah protect you and your family, pardon your sins, give you from His bounties and enter you all to al Jannatul firdaws ameen.

  13. Abu Hamna Rashid Khaleel Rahman says:

    Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmathullah,

    Akhee Sa’ad,

    Masha Allah.
    This website is amazing. It provides only beneficial knowledge.
    Please continue with this effort.
    May Allah reward your parents with Al-Firdaws. Aameen.
    May Allah shower his blessings upon your siblings. Aameen

    Wabarakallaahufeekum
    Abu Hamna

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      Assalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      BaarakAllaahu feek for you comment.

      We are happy that you have found the articles to be a source of benefit. Alhamdulillaah.

      Apologies for the delay in my reply.

      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
      Your brother in Islaam,
      Saad Burbank

  14. Abdul Nuur Abu ayyuub ibn Mikael al Stockholmee Al sweedee says:

    Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim. May A llah bless you with his mercy and and elevate you to the highest leve in Jannat al Firdaws. And may your way dear brother Saad be be as steadfast as your fathers in the salaafi dawah. BarakAllahu fikh

    Abu Ayyuub al Sweedee

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      Assalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      BaarakAllaahu feek for you comment.

      Aameen. Aameen.

      Apologies for the delay in my reply.

      JazaakAllaahu Khairan
      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
      Saad Burbank

  15. oummou Anbd Aarrahmaan says:

    May Allah rewards you ans you father rahimahou llah.

  16. Asalamualikum excellent website my son may Allah reward you with good, and keep up the good work just like your father did. I pray to Allah that he keeps you firm upon this deen May Allah have mercy upon him as well as your mother. Ameen.

  17. Ibraheem Hashim says:

    Jazakallah Saad ibn Dawood, i guess the quote i came across below, compliments your noble effort,of this precious web site, May Allah aid you upon that which your noble father rahimahullah was in pursuit of, to convey Allahs noble religion Ameen
    Ibraheem Ibn Hashim.
    .

    “It is reported that Al-Hasan Al-Basrî often used to say, “O youth! Seek the hereafter, for we often see people pursuing the hereafter and finding it as well as the dunyâ (worldly wellbeing), but we have never seen anyone pursue the dunyâ and gain the hereafter as well as the dunyâ.”

    Al-Bayhaqî, Al-Zuhd Al-Kabîr, article 12.

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      Assalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      BaarakAllaahu feek for you comment. I found the advice very beneficial alhamdulilaah.

      Aameen to your generous supplication.

      Apologies for the delay in my reply.

      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
      Saad Burbank

  18. asaffat says:

    May Allah grant your parents Jannatal Firdous. May He grant you and your family patience and perseverance during this time. May your siblings be steadfast and firm upon the right path. Ameen.

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      Assalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      BaarakAllaahu feek for you comment.

      Aameen to your generous du`aa.

      Apologies for the delay in my reply.

      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
      Saad Burbank

  19. Umm Mujaahid says:

    السلام عليكم ورحمة اللهِ وبركاته
    Brother Saad: I would like to once again, convey my condolences to you and I pray Allaah grants your two parents the company of our Rabb subHaanahuu wa ta”aalaa, and then the companionship of the shuhadaa’.

    Each of us have important lessons to be learnt , signs to reflect on, and wisdoms to be benefitted from, as a result of Allaah’s ordainment that has come to pass.

    I pray to Allaah to grant you and us al-i”tisaam bi-sunnah until we too, make the journey back to our Rabb. I pray for Brother TalHah, and your brothers and sisters likewise. Please convey my warmest salaams to them.

    والسلام عليكم

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      From Saad Burbank to Sister Umm Mujaahid

      Jazaakillaahu khairan for your kind comments, they are much appreciated.

      At present we are very busy with settling in, having just returned from Hajj 2 days ago.

      MaashaaAllaah your advice has been of benefit to ourselves.

      Aameen to your supplications.

      I have passed your salaam onto the rest of my siblings.

      Apologies for the delay in my replies.

      Hayyaakillaah,
      Wassalaamu `alaikum,
      Saad Burbank

  20. Ali Shah says:

    Salalaikum

    Very good website but somethings are missing like topics on Jarh Wa Tadeel? Why don’t you have links to salafitalk.com. spubs.com ect. Make yourself clear that you are a salafi.

    Walakumsalaam

    • Ali Shah says:

      Also have talks by Abu Khadeejah, Abu Hakeem Bilaal Davis, Dawood Adeeb, clear salafi brothers upon the sunnah . More topics on Jarh Wa Ta Dell by our GREAT scholer Sheikh Rabee Bin Hadee madkhali.

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      From Saad ibn Daawood Burbank to brother Ali Shah

      JazaakAllaahu khairan for your comment. Then I hope the following provides an answer to both of your comments inshaaAllaah. The topics we have used are complete, and we do not plan on adding any further topics. We do not do Jarh or Ta`deel of anybody ourselves; rather this is something we leave for the scholars to do whenever they see it fit to do so.

      As a side-point, then the primary concern of general folk like ourselves should be on Tawheed and the correct `Aqeedah; and this should not be overtaken by being overcome with matters of al-Jarh wat-Ta`deel.

      Like you mentioned, salafitalk.com, and spubs.com have vast resources which we can all benefit from, so I can only direct you toward them.

      We do not have links due to the never-ending nature of the list that may result in such a section being created. These salafi websites are well known alhamdulillaah.

      As for your comment “make it clear that you are a salafi” then by having links to salafitalk.com and spubs.com does not automatically qualify you as a salafi. I would hope from the authors of the works uploaded onto the site that you, or anybody could see that they are well-known Salafee shuyookh. The likes of Shaykh al-Albaanee, Shaykh `Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Naasir as-Sa`dee, Imaam al-Bukhaaree, Ibn Katheer, Imaam Muslim and other than them – to mention but a few.

      As for audio, then we do not upload audio onto this blog. Rather it is article is purely information based in the form of articles. We do not wish to duplicate that which is already present, as that would not benefit.

      I hope that the above has sufficed inshaaAllaah.

      We ask Allaah to aid us upon His religion, and increase us in both knowledge and action.

      Allaahumma Aameen,
      Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaah
      Saad

  21. asaffat says:

    Assalam alaikum wa rahmatullah Sister Umm Mujaahid,

    It seems as if your desire to unsubscribe from the list stemmed from not having your comments posted. If this is true, then I would ask you dear sister to continue to adorn yourself with patience and mercy. If there was any time to overlook any perceived negativity, for the Burbank family, now is the time.

    Let’s let them grieve without giving them something more to grieve about. (I am not saying you did that.)

    Wa assalam alaikum

  22. hassan says:

    aslamulaikum Saad may allah shower mercy upon your father and mother and protect your family. This site is a great source of information on the deen and a tool for people to have access and beneift from your fathers trasnslations. It would be nice if you could share some stories relating to your father and mother about there character and there virtuous deeds as a iman booster and inspiration to brothers like myself.
    Aslamulaikum
    hassan your brother in islam

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      Allaahumma Aameen.

      All praise is for Allaah; that He has allowed others to benefit from the efforts of my father.

      As for stories relating to my father and mother, I do not see this blog as the appropriate platform for the like of this.

      As is stated at the top of this page: “The aim of this blog is to make available beneficial knowledge: knowledge derived from the Book of Allaah -the Most High- and the authentic Sunnah of Allaah’s Messenger -sallAllaahu `alayhi wa sallam- , along with the understanding of the Pious Predecessors (as-Salafus-Saalih); and to convey translations of useful articles pertaining to this blessed knowledge and its carriers, the scholars.

      Although I appreciate your point maashaaAllaah, there are threads available that you can read with regard to the like of this, that mention to some extent what you have requested.

      Wallaahu ta`aalaa a`lam,
      Wa sallAllaahu `alaa nabiyyinaa muhammadin wa `alaa aalihi wa sahbihi wa sallaam,
      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,
      Saad ibn Daawood ibn Ronald Burbank

  23. Umm Ishaaq says:

    Assamalu’alaikum Warahmatullaah,
    MashaAllaah, your website have benefitted me alot. Very clearly presented. May Allaah have mercy on your parents and grant them Janaatul-Firdaus Ameen.
    Keep up the great posts and reminders!

    Wassalamua ‘alaikum Warahmatullah

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      From Saad ibn Daawood Burbank to Umm Ishaaq

      Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      BaarakAllaahu feekum for your generous input and motivating comments.

      Allaahumma aameen.

      InshaaAllaahu ta`aalaa we will try and continue with the posts.

      We ask Allaah to grant you and your family the best in this life and in the hereafter.

      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barkaatuh,
      Saad ibn Daawood Burbank

  24. Ummu Abdillaah says:

    I was reading something on ittibaa.com and came across this:
    “And from Eessa ibn Uthmaan who said: I was with faatimah bint Alee, and a man came and was praising her father to her. So she took some sand and threw it in his face” (page 66).
    http://www.ittibaa.com/uploads/2/8/2/1/2821629/niqaab.pdf

    May Allaah forgive me if I have taken anything out of context, it was only intended as an admonishment. Subhaanaka allaahuma wa bihamduka, ash hadu alla illaaha illaa anta, wastaghfiruka ilayk

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      Assalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barkaatuh

      Jazaakillaahu khairan for the strong warning.

      I have read through all of the comments on the About page.

      May Allaah reward all of those who made beneficial supplication for my parents.

      I can’t ever see du`aa as praise, and as for relevant factual information I see as just that.

      I’m not sure what you intend.

      Wallaahu ta`aalaa a`lam,
      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
      Saad Burbank

  25. Ummu Abdillaah says:

    Assalaamu alaik, jazaakallaahu khair for pointing out what I missed. I was clearly mistakening, May Allaah answer my preceding supplication too. (Re: praising…post 20/11/2011).

  26. umm Khadeeja says:

    Asalaamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu,

    May your parents be given Jannah al Fidous, and may you and your siblings remain firmly guide Aameen.
    I did not know of your parents until they returned to their Rab, however since news has spread of your Mother and father May Allah be pleased with them both, many of us have come to know of Abu Talha Dawood Burbank and are benefiting from the work he has left, May Allah reward both your parents.
    JazakAllah khayr
    asalaamu alaikum

    • Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      Jazaakillaahu khairan for your comment.

      Allaahumma Aameen.

      MaashaaAllaah, I am very glad that you have been able to derive benefit from our fathers works.

      BaarakAllaahu feeki,
      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
      Saad ibn Daawood ibn Ronald Burbank

  27. Madeehah says:

    Assalaamu`alaykum wa rahmatullaah. Aameen to all the beautiful du`aas on this thread. Hayyaakillaah Umm Ayman, jazaakillaahu khayran for your comment – I have to second you on that one!

  28. Assalamu ‘alaykum ! I love your website in abundance for authentic posts with clear evidences. I ask Allah to accept your works in the field of dawah. Jazakallahu khayran.

    • Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,

      BaarakAllaahu feekum for your kind, supporting, and encouraging words.

      Aameen, wa iyyaakum.

      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,
      Saad ibn Dawud Burbank

      Ps. Sorry for the much delayed reply to your comment, the reason is because I have been abroad for some months, and preoccupied upon my return, wallaahul musta`aan. May Allaah reward you for your patience.

  29. Ummu Saif says:

    As-salaamu`alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuhu,

    Dear brother, it seems you haven’t updated the blog for quite awhile since the 11th of January, 2012 (the date of the last post). We missed your beneficial posts and articles, and hope to be able to see more of them soon in the near future, insha’Allaah.

    BaarakAllaahu feek, wa jazaakumullaahu fee kulli khayr.

    Was-salaamu`alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuhu.

    • Wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,

      I would like to apologise for the much delayed reply to your comment, the reason is because I have been abroad for some months, and preoccupied upon my return, wallaahul musta`aan.

      May Allaah reward you for your patience and bearing with me.

      Reading your message upon my return was very much refreshing walhamdulillaah.

      BaarakAllaahu feekum for your most supportive words. InshaaAllaah I hope to remain active as much as I am able.

      May Allaah give you a long, righteous life and keep us steadfast until we meet Him.

      AhsanAllaahu ilayki,

      Wassalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,
      Saad ibn Dawud Burbank

  30. BaarakAllahu feeka for the new post “The reality of Thunder”. Very happy to see the ayat, ahadeeth & commentary. May Allah facilitate every ease in adding the khair to this very beneficial site & conveying the sunnah of Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم aameen.

  31. MuQeet says:

    Baarakallaahu Feekum wa Jazaakallaahu Khayra.

  32. Bint Adaam Jamaac says:

    I ask Allaah to have mercy on your father and mother indeed even though it has been many years since they have left this world there legacy still lives on. Here is Canada I hear people talking about the virtues of your father. His students are indeed forever grateful to Allaah to have had the chance to sit and learn with me. We supplicate to Allaah to enter them into paradise and allow us to meet them. Keep up the good work and remeber Allaah where you may be. Please pass my salams to your family.

  33. Abu Abdullaah Junaid says:

    Assalaamu’alaikum warahmatullaahi wabarakaatuh akhee fillaah. Like the others already mentioned, I would also like to convey my greetings to you and appreciate your efforts. This website of yours is absolutely wonderful and filled with benefits. Allāhumma baarik. May Allāh reward you immensely, aameen. Please keep working on it regularly. We have become too accustomed to the sound bite like Ustaadh Abu Khadeejah mentioned. Our attention span has reduced so much owing to social networking sites like Twitter etc. We need websites like these to be continuously updated and active. I ask Allāh to make our affairs easy, to grant is istiqaamah, to fulfill our wishes and aspirations, and I ask Allāh to have mercy on our parents, to forgive those who have passed away and to bless those who are alive, aameen. May Allāh grant Jannat al-Firdaws to Ustaadh Abu Talhah Dawood and his wife, aameen.

  34. Abu 'Abdullah altafdm says:

    Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuh,

    Baarak Allaahu feek akh Saad. I ask Allaah to forgive the shortcomings of Ustaadh Abu Talhah Dawood and his wife, and to enter them through the Noble Entrance, by His Rahmah.

    I am here to seek your permission to allow a non-profit for Dawah team of few brothers from India to translate some of the beneficial works on this site into an Indian local language for general benefit of Muslims there. To reassure, we do not do this for any profit or sale except to seek the Glorious Face of Allaah. (Salafiyyah is non-extinct in our region!)

    Please do let me know if we are permitted for it. Do let me know should you need any clarifications. Baarak Allaahu feek.

  35. Ahmad kudu says:

    may Allaah-the Most High- preserve and protect our brother Saad burbank upon Islaam and Sunnah and May He-The Most High- have mercy on our teacher Aboo Talha and Umm Talha, Aameen

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