The summer courses were 4-5 weeks of 3-4 topics/books. Excellent events ما شاء الله - a lot of goodness http://t.co/UXXxjXuPFp
The Oneness of Allaah in His Names and Attributes
By Abu Iyaad Amjad Rafeeq
Knowledge leads directly to actions! A lesson that teaches the importance of knowing the names and attributes of Allaah. A lecture that took place in 2007 in Toronto, based on Ibn Taymiyyah's At-Tadmuriyyah (التدمرية).
By Abu Uways
In a highly beneficial khutbah, Abu Uways (rahimahullaah) taught and insightfully explained the correct Muslim belief of Allaah's 'Uloo, Allaah's Highness, Allaah's Loftiness, saying, "Allaah is above everything in general, and above His Throne in particular."
By Abu Tasneem Daawood Adeeb
Learn about the finer aspect of Tawheed that is often overlooked.
By Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan
How to believe in the names and attributes of Allaah in the way that He prescribed; without tahreef (distortion), tamtheel (resemblance), takyeef (stating how) nor ta’teel (denial).
A stunning series comprising many important points with respect to the Names and Attributes of Allaah and how they are distorted by the people of innovation such as Nooh Haa Meem Keller and Hishaam Kabbaanee.
An explanation of where Allaah is, from the Bukhaaree of the West, Imaam Ibn ’Abdul-Barr.
Excerpts from the exemplary book al-Qawaa’idul-Muthlaa fee Asmaa‘illaahi Ta’aalaa wa Sifaatihil-’Ulaa of which it was translated and published by TROID Publications (see www.troid.ca/store).
By ’Alawee Ibn ’Abdul-Qaadir as-Saqqaaf
A comprehensive article outlining twenty principles regarding how we are to understand the Names and Attributes of Allaah.
Explaining the detailed meanings of the Names of Allaah from Tayseer Kareemur-Rahmaan of Imaam as-Sa’dee. [Taken from Tayseer al-Kareem ar-Rahmaan, Abdur-Rahmaan Naasir as-Sa`dee’s Tafseer]
Narrations from Khalq Af’aalul-’Ibaad of Imaam al-Bukhaaree (d.256H).
A brief article containing statements from the Salaf about the Attributes of Allaah and their consensus concerning the futility of ta‘weel (figurative interpretation), and a refutation of the ridiculous scandal that the way of the Salaf was one of tafweedh (affirming the wording of the Attributes, without the meaning).