The Hadith of Abu Al-Darda About Knowledge - Concluded.
Attributes of the true scholars in light of the hadith.
Cultivation and care for the people.
Disinterest in amassing wealth and worldly possessions.
The greatest share to gain is the most beneficial and longest lasting: Islam and knowledge of it.
The Hadith of Abu Al-Darda About Knowledge, continued.
The superiority of the scholar over the devout worshipper.
The scholars being the inheritors of the Prophets.
The ruling on reviling the scholars.
The virtues of knowledge and its people from the hadith reported by Abu Al-Darda, continued.
The angels and their association with the seeker of knowledge.
Prayer of Allah's creation for the scholar.
The benefit of having scholars for everyone and everything on Earth.
Loving the scholars is part of the religion, and hatred of them is a great sin and evidence of enmity to Allah.
The virtues of knowledge and its people from the hadith reported by Abu Al-Darda. Based on selections from Miftah Dar Al-Sa'adah of Ibn Al-Qayyim, Jami' Bayan Al-'Ilm of Ibn 'Abd Al-Barr and the dedicated commentary of Ibn Rajab.