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  1. (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.salaf.dk"]www.salaf.dk - The SALAFI start page in many languages[/url]
  2. Eid Salaat For Females...

    :D Question : I know that it is better for women to pray at home, but my question has to do with the (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_e000.html#eid"]Eid[/url] prayer. Is it better for women to go out to the (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_e000.html#eid"]Eid[/url] prayer or to stay at home?. Answer : Praise be to (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allaah[/url]. It is better for women to go out to the Eid prayer. This was enjoined by the Prophet (peace and blessings of (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allaah[/url] be upon him). Al-Bukhaari (324) and Muslim (890) narrated that Umm ‘Atiyyah (may (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allaah[/url] be pleased with her) said: The Messenger of (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allaah[/url] (peace and blessings of (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allaah[/url] be upon him) commanded us to bring them (women) out on (Eid) al-Fitr and (Eid) al-Adha, and to bring out adolescent girls, menstruating women and virgins, but the menstruating women were to stay away from the prayer, but were to witness goodness and the gathering of the Muslims. I said: “O Messenger of (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allaah[/url], what if one of us does not have a jilbaab?†He said: “Let her sister lend her a jilbab.†Al-Haafiz said: This shows that it is mustahabb for women to come out and attend the Eid prayers, whether they are young or not. Al-Shawkaani said: This and similar hadeeths indicate that it is prescribed in sharee’ah for women to come out to the prayer-place, with no differentiation between virgins and non-virgins, young or old, menstruating or otherwise, so long as they are not going through ‘iddah (following divorce or death of their husband) or their coming out will be a cause of fitnah or they have an excuse. Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen was asked: what is better for a woman, to come out to the Eid prayer or to stay at home? He replied: It is better for them to go out to Eid prayer, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allaah[/url] be upon him) enjoined that the women go out to the (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_e000.html#eid"]Eid[/url] prayer, even the adolescent girls and virgins – i.e., women who do not ordinarily go out. He commanded them to go out, and he told the menstruating women to go out but to keep away from the prayer-place. So menstruating women should go out with other women for (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_e000.html#eid"]Eid[/url], but they should not enter the place where the (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_e000.html#eid"]Eid[/url] prayer is offered, because the (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_e000.html#eid"]Eid[/url] prayer-place is a Masjid and it is not permissible for a menstruating woman to stay there, but it is permissible for her to pass through or to take something she needs from it, without staying there. Based on this we say: women are commanded to go out to the (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_e000.html#eid"]Eid[/url] prayer and join the men in this prayer, because of the goodness, dhikr and du’aa’ they may experience there. Majmoo’ Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, 16/210. He also said: But they must go out looking decent, not wearing adornment, makeup or perfume, so that they may combine following the Sunnah with avoiding fitnah. What some women do of wearing adornment, makeup and perfume is because of their ignorance and negligence on the part of their guardians. This does not cancel out the general shar’i ruling, which is that women are commanded to go out to the (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_e000.html#eid"]Eid[/url] prayer. (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_i001.html#Islam"]Islam[/url] Q&A (www.(www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_i001.html#Islam"]Islam[/url]-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link))
  3. Is Watching The Message Allowed?

    asalaamu alaykum Portraying the Companions of the Messenger is Mockery and Revilement- and on top of it, it has a kafir playing Humza(Rahimahullah) Read below (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.troid(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/articles/fataawaa/comprehensive/hindandhamzah.pdf"]Click Here[/url] By 'The Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawaa' Translated by Hishaam Ibn Zayd
  4. Loans

    As-Salaamu alaykum I think its very dangerous for people to be throwing around Fatawa like its a baseball. Get a copy of the contract that you have to agree too and sign and take it to a trustworthy person I.E. somebody who has studied Islam, and let them check it out. Be very careful about taking the opinion of people on the internet. Everybody becomes The Grand Mufti it seems.
  5. Have You Seen These Islamic Documentaries?

    As-Salaamu alaykum thanks for the help, but is there anyway to speed this up, i have a very fast cable connection but this thing is moving slower then a snail. At one point it said it would take 99:99:99 to download it.
  6. Have You Seen These Islamic Documentaries?

    As-salaamu alaykum i can download them but i keeps asking me what progarm to play them as realplayer or windows media can't/won't play them, any suggestions on how i can watch them??
  7. The Majority Is Not A Proof

    :D Care to finish that statment?!?!?
  8. Is It Islamic To Be Called Sir ?

    As-salaamu alaykum Also, there was a muslim who came from the U.K. to give a lecture and on the flyer he had the title "Lord" beside his name...My first re-action was is this guy crazy, how can someone put that as a title to there name, he was from one ascpet of the government i believe...So can someone from the U.K. clairify what the title 'Lord' means when given to someone. Because i would never can him by that or any of the creation.
  9. Prayer Mat

    Also you don't even need a prayer mat to make you Salaah anyways, you can make it anywhere. Allaah Knows Best
  10. Prayer Mat

    As-salaamu alaykum I actually had a laugh about that one. But like one of the posters said, they should bring you the proof if they are the one's saying that, i don't believe its on you. Allahu A3lim
  11. Madhab

    As-salaamu alaykum There is a book called "The Evolution of Fiqh" by Bilal Philips. The book is really good in terms of explaining how the Madhabs that we have came about and how there were more then the current ones we have today, not just the four Imams. I would reccomend this book for you to read.
  12. Non-muslim Parents

    Asalaamu alaykum How are you? First i want to say, May Allah make everything easy for you. I'm probably not the best person to ask but i will try to help since i am a revert aswell as my wife. The first peice of advice i can say is to make Du'aa, make Du'aa in the Day time and make it in the night time(especially in the night). Increase your voluntary salaat. Also i'm sure your very nice to your parents, but try to be even nicer, go waaay out of your way to do things for them but do not tell them, just do it(trust me a mother will know). When my wife and i got married she wasn't wearing Hijab at first but ONE HER OWN she started to wear it, now she can't believe she didn't wear it before. BUt it took awhile, longer then a year before she wore it infront of her parents as she was so afraid. I can say it was very hard at first for both of them(me too being her husband), but my wife just kept making Du'aa and started to act more kindly to them, spent more time with them(talking, taking a walk down the street etc etc) and her mom noticed after awhile and started to accept her with her hijab. They are still getting used to it but alhamdulillah things are getting easier. Most things don't change over night especially a parent getting used to seeing her daughter in a hijab, it takes time and rememeber Allah is with the one who has Sabr and Dhikr. Also about giving your parents reading material, they might not be ready for it as my wife's parents are not either. Especially of what you said, how its really hard to find a good book that can explain the importance of wearing a hijab to NON-Muslim parents...So just increase your knowledge about the importance of hijab and try to talk to them about it in your own words. Hey maybe you could wright a book about this topic, i'm pretty sure it would be a hot seller as you have experience and from what i think, a born muslim won't beable to as good as a job and somebody who went through this experience. May Allah make you affairs easy...Amin Allah Knows Best
  13. Ribena Halal ?

    As-salaamu alaykum We are not to follow the majority of people just because they are the majority in a ruling. We look at the proofs and evidences and stick to the most correct opinions. That's why we take are ruling's from the Ulema not the people who go around to business depot making a thousand photocopies of some "haram/halal" list and handing it out. Allahu "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.gawaher(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/glossary/glossary_a001.html#alim"]Alim[/url] Jazak'Allah Khair for the posts, i hope it clears up alot of people's misconceptions(including mine).
  14. Our Daughters And Adolescence

    asalaamu alaykum well if people aren't going to click the link, they most likely aren't going to read pages of an article, Allahu "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.gawaher(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/glossary/glossary_a001.html#alim"]Alim[/url]
  15. Our Daughters And Adolescence

    As-salaamu alaykum just posting the link will do insha'Allah
  16. Rulings From Askimam

    Asalaamu alaykum i'll trying to figure out what being arab has to do with this situation?!?!?!! It is not from Islam to judge or form an opinion about someone or the decision they gave or may give in the future based on their race, IT HAS NO BASIS IN Islam. PERIOD.
  17. Tyring To Learn Quran

    Asalaamu alaykum inlsha'Allah this will help "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.madinaharabic(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.madinaharabic(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/[/url] this site has a reading corse and a language course "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.geocities(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/jamal_muslim/classic_tan.html"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.geocities(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/jamal_muslim/classic_tan.html[/url] I believe he also teaches arabic on paltalk, if you email him he will give you the times for his class insha'Allah
  18. Sunnah And Kissing Nail?

    Asalaamu alaykum here is one example out of many and Allah knows best: English translation of Quran: O you who believe! Obey Allâh and obey the Messenger (Muhammad SAW), and those of you (Muslims) who are in authority. (And) if you differ in anything amongst yourselves, refer it to Allâh and His Messenger (SAW), if you believe in Allâh and in the Last Day. That is better and more suitable for final determination. (An-Nisa 4:59) Tafsir for the above verse by Shaykh ibn Kathir: The Necessity of Referring to the Qur'an and Sunnah for Judgment Allah said, ((And) if you differ in anything amongst yourselves, refer it to Allah and His Messenger). Mujahid and several others among the Salaf said that the Ayah means, "(Refer) to the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger.'' This is a command from Allah that whatever areas the people dispute about, whether major or minor areas of the religion, they are required to refer to the Qur'an and Sunnah for judgment concerning these disputes. In another Ayah, Allah said, (And in whatsoever you differ, the decision thereof is with Allah). Therefore, whatever the Book and Sunnah decide and testify to the truth of, then it, is the plain truth. What is beyond truth, save falsehood This is why Allah said, u (if you believe in Allah and in the Last Day.) meaning, refer the disputes and conflicts that arise between you to the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger for judgment. Allah's statement, (if you believe in Allah and in the Last Day. ) indicates that those who do not refer to the Book and Sunnah for judgment in their disputes, are not believers in Allah or the Last Day. Allah said, (That is better) meaning, referring to the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger for judgment in various disputes is better, (and more suitable for final determination.) meaning, "Has a better end and destination,'' as As-Suddi and several others have stated while Mujahid said, "Carries a better reward.''
  19. Editing

    asalaamu alaykum, why can't i edit my own post. i tried to find the answer but i couldn't.
  20. asalaamu alaykum Praying without covering the head on praying bearheaded (without a Turban or Kufi) Shaikh Albaani (May Allaah's mercy be on him) (From Al-Qawl Al-mubin fi akhta' Al-musallin by Mashhur Hussain on page # 58 of the 2nd edition): "Praying bareheaded is makruh (disliked)." It is not established at all that the Messenger (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) ever prayed outside the pilgrimage with bare head, without a turban/cap. Whoever thinks he did so then he should bring the proof. If he (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) had done so, it would have been recorded. The narration attributed to Ibn 'Abbaas that the Prophet (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) would sometimes remove his cap and place it as a sutrah in front of him is weak (da'eef). Shaikh Albaani (May Allaah's mercy be on him) (Al-Din al-khalis (3:214) and al-Ajwiba al-nafi`a `an al-masa'il al-waqi`a (p. 110): "All acknowledge that it is desirable for the Muslim to enter prayer in the most perfect Islaamic appearance, due to the hadeeth: "Allaah is worthier of your self- adornment" [hasan]. And it is not part of excellent attire in the custom of the Salaf to habitually bare one's head, and walk in that guise on the road and when entering places of worship. Rather, it is a foreign custom which infiltrated many Islaamic countries at the time the disbelievers invaded them and brought their habits with them. The Muslims began to imitate them in this, and they lost thereby their Islaamic personality as well as through other similar acts... Nor is it established that the Prophet ever prayed bareheaded and without a turban other than in the state of ihram, although there were plenty of occasions to report it if he did. Therefore, whoever claims that he did, let him produce the proof, for truth is more deserving to be followed." Shaikh Albani (May Allaah's mercy be on him) goes on to explain the mistake of some brothers in Egypt who brought the proof of the permissibility to pray without covering the head by analogizing with how the head is uncovered for someone in ihraam during the pilgrimage. This is wrong since not covering the head during the pilgrimage is from the law (Sharee'ah) of Allaah. If their analogy was right then they should make it compulsory to pray without any head covering at all since it is obligatory to do so during the pilgrimage and to follow all the other restrictions of Ihraam in regular life! [Tamaam-ul-Minnah fee ta'leeq 'alaa fiqh-us- Sunnah by 'Allaamah Albaani] Allamah Jauzi (Allah's mercy be on him) (From Fatawa Rahimiyya 3:202 #308.): "To keep the head bare before the people is an act which is looked down upon and is against gentleness, humanness, etiquette, and gentlemanly decorum." Hanbali Fiqh (Quoted By Ibn Qudama, al-Mughni (1994 ed.) 1:404-405): "It is mustahab to pray using a Thawb, Silwar (Sunnah pants) or a Izaar (loincloth) and a turban" Maalik Fiqh (Quoted by Ibn Abi Zayd, al-Jami` fi al-sunan (1982 ed.) p. 228): Imaam Maalik said "The turban was worn from the beginning of Islaam and it did not cease being worn until our time. I did not see anyone among the People of Excellence except they wore the turban, such as Yahya ibn Sa`id, Rabi`a, and Ibn Hurmuz. I would see in Rabi`a's circle more than thirty men wearing turbans and I was one of them, and Rabi`a did not put it down until the Pleiades rose (i.e. until he slept) and he used to say: "I swear that I find it increases intelligence." Shafi`i Fiqh (Quoted by Al-Misri in Reliance of the Traveller p # 122): "It is mustahab to pray using an ankle-length Thawb and a turban" Hanafi Fiqh (Quoted by Al-Shurunbali in Muhammad Abul Quasem p #91): It is mustahab or praiseworthy to pray using "three of one's best clothes, a Thawb, Silwar (Sunnah pants), and turban or kufi" According to the Hanafi school (Al-Jazayri, al-Fiqh `ala al-madhahib al-arba`a, Kitab al- Salat p. 280-28) [among] the disliked acts (al-makruhat) in prayer are:... i`tijar, which is to tie a scarf around the head and leave the center bare;... [or] praying bareheaded out of laziness. As for praying bareheaded out of humility and submission, it is permitted (ja'iz) and not disliked.(16) Shaikh `Abd al-Qadir Jilani (From Ghunyat al-talibin 1:14) "It is the method or habit of orthodox or civilized virtuous men to keep the head covered." Few Sahih Hadeeth on covering the head with a Kufi (cap) or Imaamah (Turban) being Sunnah. Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume #1 pg#536: Ibn Abbas (RadhiAllaahu Ánhu) reports that Rasulullaah (SallAllaahu Álayhi Wa sallam) addresses the Sahâbah while wearing a black turban. Tabrani And Imaam Suyuti: Ibn Umar (RadhiAllaahu Ánhu) narrates that Rasulullaah (SallAllaahu Álayhi Wa sallam) used to wear a white cap (kufi). Tabrani has reported this hadeeth to be Hasan (reliable) and Suyuti has classified this hadeeth as highly authentic (Sahih) in the book Sirajul Muneer vol #4 pg#112) Abu Dawood and Tirmidhi Roknah (Radhiallaahu Ánhu) reports that Rasulullaah (SallAllaahu Álayhi Wa sallam) said "The distinction between us and the polytheists is the turbans over our caps." Also quoted by Al-Tabrizi in his Mishkat Al-Masabih and this clears up the false notion that this was just the way of the Arabs and not a particular practice of Rasulullaah (SAW) and this shows us that we should wear caps under our Imaamah's to differentiate from the Sikhs and other Kuffaar who wear turbans but without caps under them. Understanding of Sahabah (RAA) in following Rasulullaah (SAW) in wearing Turbans and kufis (Caps) Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 2 pg #863 It is mentioned that Anas Bin Malik (RadhiAllaahu Ánhu) used to wear a kufi (cap). Sunan Abu Dawood Book 3, Hadeeth # 0948: Narrated Umm Qays bint Mihsan: Hilal ibn Yasaf said: I came to ar-Raqqah (a place in Syria). One of my companions said to me: Do you want to see any of the Companions of the Prophet (SallAllaahu Álayhi Wa sallam)? I said: A good opportunity. So we went to Wabisah. I said to my friend: Let us first see his mode of living. He had a cap (kufi). Allaahuakbar.com
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