A comment on a lecture about the methodology of Islaam

From `Abdul-`Azeez ibn `Abdullaah ibn Baaz to the honorable brother (may Allaah protect you and expand your knowledge and success). Al-salaamu `alaykum wa rahmatullaah wa barakaatuh (May Allaah’s Peace, Mercy, and Blessings be upon you)!

I have received your decent letter dated 19 December, 1973. I was very happy with the information it contained about your actions against the destructive principles, and the harm you encountered because of this. In fact, this is the way of the messengers and their followers who are often afflicted with hardship but finally reap the successful outcome. I recommend that you endure that patiently, and be optimistic. I reviewed the attached lecture entitled “Our Position from the Methodology of Islaam” and found it generally good and fruitful. However, there are some topics that sound a little vague. For instance, in page 3, it is written: “Islaam deems everyone swerving from such a state and forming a new class or power centers a disbeliever in Islaam…” We advise you to give attention to clarity and avoid generalization as much as you can when you prepare a lecture. Regarding your desire to work in Saudi Arabia, you know that a long part of the school year has elapsed, besides the Ministry of Education no longer needs to recruit new teachers… read more here.