What I Witnessed In England

Author: Shaikh Abu ‘Abdir-Rahmaan Yahyaa bin ‘Alee Al-Hujooree

Source: Al-Manhaj
Translator: Abu Maryam Isma'eel Alarcon

Published: Thursday 30th July, 2015

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This E-Book is a translation of the booklet “Mushaahadaatee fee Britaaniyah” (What I Witnessed in England) of Shaikh Yahyaa bin ‘Alee al-Hujooree. The original source for this booklet was a lecture he gave in the Damaaj educational center in Yemen at the request of Shaikh Muqbil (rahimahullah). His trip to England occurred in 1998. The booklet was published in 2000 and obtained by SSNA in 2001 to be translated and printed a year later. We hope that, as the Shaikh stated, this treatise serves as a reminder to the Muslims of the danger of residing in a disbelieving land. We also would like to present to our readers how the lands of Kufr that the Muslims in the West live in daily are seen through the eyes of one of the scholars from overseas.

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