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Muhammad Nasiruddin al-Albani – Wikipedia

Largely self-taught in the study of Islamic texts, Albani is considered to be a major figure of the purist Salafi movement which developed in the 20th century. Cheeikh Canonization of Al-Bukhari and Muslim: The Making of a Salafi Muslim Woman: Sab’u MasajidSaudi Arabia.

Byhis popularity began to worry the government of Syria, and he was placed under surveillance by the Hafiz al-Asad government. After Bin Baz ‘s intervention with Saudi educational management, Albani was invited to Saudi Arabia a second time in order to serve as the head of higher education in Islamic law in Mecca.

He was imprisoned twice in He had a complex relationship to each movement.

Sh. Muhammad Nasiruddin Al-Albani

Albani returned to Syria, where he was briefly jailed again in Politically they were quietists who rejected vigilantism and rebellion against the state. Over a period of sixty years, Albani’s lectures and published books were highly influential in the field of Islamic studies, and many of his works became widely referred to by other Islamic scholars.

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MuhaddithFaqihhistoriographerbibliographer, watchmaker. President and Fellows of Harvard College Albania portal Biography portal Islam portal. Views Read Edit View history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Inthe Huffington Post remarked that Albani’s movement of “‘Quietist Salafism’ with its strong opposition to takfirism doctrine of excommunication and declaring other Muslims of being heretics and violence may provide the rhetoric that could prevent youth from being drawn to the apocalyptic albbani of ISIS.


He followed this writing a series of lectures and books, as well as publishing articles in Aobani magazine. In Damascus, Albani completed his early education — initially taught by his father — in the QuranTajwidArabic linguistic sciences, Hanafi Fiqh and further branches of the Islamic faith, also helped by native Syrian scholars.

Starting inAlbani began delivering informal weekly lessons. The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World.

Transmission and Dissemination in Western Europe. Additionally, Albani wrote a cheikkh in which he redefined the proper gestures and formulae that constitute the Muslim alabni ritual “according to the Prophet’s sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallams practice. Islam’s new religious movement. Accessed November 26, After serving time under house arrest by the Syrian government inAlbani moved to Jordan, where he resided for the rest of his life.

He died in at the age of Safar Al-Hawali criticized Albani chei,h his “categorical condemnation of Taqlid ” and his “radical hadith based revisionism”. They believed that Muslims should focus on purifying their beliefs and practice and that, in time, “God would bring victory over the forces of falsehood and unbelief. Radical Islam and the Revival of Medieval Theology. Albani was criticized by a number of contemporary Sunni scholars.

Albani openly criticized Syed Qutb after the leader was executed. The Sunni Ulama from Coup to Revolution.


Muhammad Nasiruddin al-Albani

King Faisal International Prize Lebanese scholar Gibril Fouad Haddad dubbed al-Albani “the chief innovator of our time” and accused him cheikhh bid’ah. One of his biographers even states that al-Albani was distinguished in religious circles by how few ijazats certificates he possessed.

Political Islam in a Quietist Community. A number of Albani’s students have denied his association with any formal school of jurisprudence.

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During a visit to Saudi Arabia, Albani was asked if albami adhered to the lesser-known Zahiri school of Islamic law; he responded affirmatively. Albani began to specialize in hadith studies in the s. His views were opposed by numerous traditional clerics and his contract allowed to lapse.

Though he was largely self-taught, [10] [11] [12] he transcribed and commented on Abd al-Rahim ibn al-Husain al-‘Iraqi ‘s Al-Mughnee ‘an-hamlil-Asfar fil-Asfar fee takhrej maa fil-lhyaa min al-Akhbar. Univ of California Press. He also lived in the UAE. They were alarmed by Albani’s intellectual challenges to the ruling Hanbali school of law but were unable to challenge him openly due to his popularity.