This is the tomb of Muadh-bin-Jabal (may Allah be pleased with him), an eminent Sahabi about whom the Prophet (ﷺ) once said, “The most knowledgeable of my ummah in matters of halal and haram is Muadh-ibn-Jabal.” Muadh ibn Jabal was a young man growing up in Yathrib as the light of guidance and truth began to spread over the Arabian Peninsula. He was a handsome and imposing character with black eyes and curly hair and immediately impressed whoever he met.

Masjid Esa Ibn Maryum, 14 Etwall Rd, Birmingham B28 0LE: Jami Masjid and Islamic Centre, 521-527 Coventry Rd, Birmingham B10 0LL: Green Lane masjid, 20 Green Ln, Birmingham B9 5DB: Aisha mosque and islamic centre of Walsall, 4 Rutter St, Walsall WS1 4HJ: Great Barr Muslim foundation, 394 Walsall Rd, Birmingham B42 2LX Beautiful location, its a must see and a great drive, you will need a four wheel drive vehicle to enter onto the mountain range, the roads are good and paved all the way, just steep, with a lot of bends and twists. 'Ubayd Ibn 'Abdillaah Al-Jaabiree SECOND LESSON Explanation Of The "Three Fundamental Principles" Shaykhul-Islaam Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhaab **LIVE LINK BIRMINGHAM** Masjid As-Salafi Salafi Publications Wright Street Small Heath Birmingham Saturday 4th June 2005 7.30pm UK Time 9.30pm Madinah Time