“During his lifetime, the father, the Shaykh, ‘Abdul-’Azeez Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah) said:
’I have not seen under the surface of the sky a person knowledgeable of the Hadeeth in our current time the likes of the great scholar, Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen al-Albaani.’”
From this, it is obvious that the Imam has made many contributions to the Ummah, and he has written many books.
He was born in 1914 in the capital of Albania, called Ashkodera. Speaking of his lineage and name, one article states that he was
“Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen Ibn Nooh Ibn Aadam Najaatee, al-Albaani by birth, Ad-Dimashqee by residence and Al-Urdunee (from Jordan) due to his migration and place of death.”
When the secular leader of Albania Ahmet Zogu ruled, his family and he migrated to Damascus in Syria because they were displeased with the western way the land was ruled. In Syria, Al-Albania’s early education was taught to him at a relief center and refugee but also by his father, Al-Hajj Nooh and scholars like Sa’eed al-Burhaanee and other Syrian scholars on subjects like “Qura...
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...y lessons. So, his outspoken views and popularity concerned Syria and he was put under surveillance though he was not politically involved. Later, after his books were published in print, he was invited to teach Hadith by the vice president of the time, Abd al-Aziz ibn Baz of the Islamic University of Madinah. After his arrival, his views on the law system angered people and because they did not match that of the Hanbali School of Law, an elite group from Saudi Arabia named Wahhabi was angered. After he published a book highlighting that it is not mandatory to wear the veil, Niqab, he created an uproar in the country as well as the means for his opponents to end his time at the University without another year after. In 1963, he left to Saudi Arabia, leaving his watch shop to one of his brothers and returning to the library once again.
Throughout his life Al-Albania
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