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And may the Peace and Blessings of Allah, be upon our Final Prophet, Muhammad and his family and companions and those who follow them in truth until the Final Hour.

And all Praise is due to Allāh, the Lord of all that exists.

When asked about how much time he spends in reading, memorizing and reviewing, the Shaykh responded, ”, [Pages from the Life of the Virtuous Shaykh Sulaymān Ibn Nāsir Al-‘Ulwān], prepared by Abū Muhammad Yūsuf As-Sālih.

As well as things added by the translators that have happened to the Shaykh since the publishing of his above mentioned biography.

Shaykh Sulaymān began his studies in the year 1404 H.

when he was fifteen years old, in his third year of middle school.

And I praised Allāh –Glorified be He –for what he gave you from the comprehension of the religion (Dīn) and your holding steadfast to the predecessors’ beliefs (Salafī ‘Aqīdah) and teaching it to the students and refuting those who oppose it.

Amongst his family, there is his brother Shaykh Hai wald ‘Udood, and probably the most well known of his family, his nephew Shaykh Muhammad Hasan Ad-Dadoo Ash-Shanqeetee who is currently the Mudeer (principal) of Al-Markaz Al-‘Elmee in the capital of Mauritania Nouakchott (in Arabic Nawaakshawt) .

He is the son of Sheikh Abdul Wadood, and his family follow in a long line of ‘Ulemaa of the Shanaaqeet Qabeelaa, having preserved the knowledge and tradition of the Salaf, via the oral tradition, something which Allaah (subhaanahu wa ta’aala) has bestowed upon the Shanqeetee tribes over the History of Islaam.

His ‘aqeedah and manhaj is that of the Imaams of Sunnah, and his fiqh is mostly that of Imaam Maalik (radhiallaaho‘an), but as he is a Mujtahid in the madhab of Maalik, then it is normal to see him relying upon the authentic hadeeth, rather it may be said that he is more of an ibn Abdul Barr (rahimahullah) than ibn Rushd (rahimahullah), wal-hamdulillaah.

And one time, the Shaykh was imprisoned for a treatise he wrote concerning the innovation [Bid’ah] of holding congratulatory celebrations for those who complete the memorization of the Qur’ān, due to his opinion that these celebrations were not known at the time of the Prophet nore the time of his companions [Sahābah] nor the Imāms of those who succeeded them [Tābi’īn] nor the four Imāms.

And this was one of the things that these generations could have done as there was nothing to prevent them from that except that the Messenger of Allāh وسلم عليه اهللا صلى said, “Whoever innovates something into this matter of ours that which is not from it, then it is rejected.” [Agreed upon, from the Hadīth of ‘Ā’ishah, may Allāh be pleased with her] So he was imprisoned along with others, who held the same opinion, in Riyādh, near the end of Thul-Hijjah in 1407, for eighteen days.

Amongst his family, there is his brother Shaykh Hai wald ‘Udood, and probably the most well known of his family, his nephew Shaykh Muhammad Hasan Ad-Dadoo Ash-Shanqeetee who is currently the Mudeer (principal) of Al-Markaz Al-‘Elmee in the capital of Mauritania Nouakchott (in Arabic Nawaakshawt) .He is the son of Sheikh Abdul Wadood, and his family follow in a long line of ‘Ulemaa of the Shanaaqeet Qabeelaa, having preserved the knowledge and tradition of the Salaf, via the oral tradition, something which Allaah (subhaanahu wa ta’aala) has bestowed upon the Shanqeetee tribes over the History of Islaam.His ‘aqeedah and manhaj is that of the Imaams of Sunnah, and his fiqh is mostly that of Imaam Maalik (radhiallaaho‘an), but as he is a Mujtahid in the madhab of Maalik, then it is normal to see him relying upon the authentic hadeeth, rather it may be said that he is more of an ibn Abdul Barr (rahimahullah) than ibn Rushd (rahimahullah), wal-hamdulillaah.And one time, the Shaykh was imprisoned for a treatise he wrote concerning the innovation [Bid’ah] of holding congratulatory celebrations for those who complete the memorization of the Qur’ān, due to his opinion that these celebrations were not known at the time of the Prophet nore the time of his companions [Sahābah] nor the Imāms of those who succeeded them [Tābi’īn] nor the four Imāms.And this was one of the things that these generations could have done as there was nothing to prevent them from that except that the Messenger of Allāh وسلم عليه اهللا صلى said, “Whoever innovates something into this matter of ours that which is not from it, then it is rejected.” [Agreed upon, from the Hadīth of ‘Ā’ishah, may Allāh be pleased with her] So he was imprisoned along with others, who held the same opinion, in Riyādh, near the end of Thul-Hijjah in 1407, for eighteen days.During this period, Shaykh Ibn Bāz, may Allāh be merciful to him, made several attempts, from writing to the authorities and asking them to allow the Shaykh to resume his lessons in the Mosque. And beforehand, Shaykh Ibn Bāz urged the Shaykh to remain patient and to continue giving his lessons.