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  1. :sl: ######you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_img183.imageshack.us/img183/5779/ubay1xs7.jpg[/img] ######you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_img183.imageshack.us/img183/2735/ubay2ju1.jpg[/img] Taken from (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetdarul-ishaat.co.uk/store/product.php?productid=852&cat=20&bestseller=Y"]Hayatus Sahabah - International Edition[/url] :sl:
  2. Man Ready To Lose Job For Beard.

    :sl: May Allaah provide them with better sources of Rizq, as jobs are means only. Ameen. :sl:
  3. All About Madhabs - Sheikh Haythem Al-haddad

    :sl: Br. 'Abdullah, is there any particular topic you are looking to read into from the Hanafi madhhab, or about the whole madhhab in general? For fiqh related questions, some well-known sites are (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_daruliftaa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)"]Daruliftaa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)[/url], (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_askimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)"]Askimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)[/url], (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetzamzamacademy(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fatawa.php"]Zamzam Academy[/url], (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_muftisays(contact admin if its a beneficial link)"]Muftisays[/url], as well as (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_shariahboard(contact admin if its a beneficial link)"]Shariahboard(contact admin if its a beneficial link)[/url]. For general madhhab related material, WhiteThreadPress has published some nice books, including (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetwhitethreadpress(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/publications/fiqh_imam.htm"]Fiqh al-Imam[/url], and (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetwhitethreadpress(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/publications/differences_imams.htm"]The Differences of the Imams[/url]. Hope you find them useful, inshaAllaah. Allaah knows best. :sl:
  4. All About Madhabs - Sheikh Haythem Al-haddad

    :sl: This post is regarding the inquiry of brother 'Abdullah. An 'Alim at Muftisays(contact admin if its a beneficial link) answers a similar question to yours, about why bleeding from cuts invalidate wudu in the Hanafi madhhab. Here is the link to the answer, which you may benefit from, inshaAllaah. (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetmuftisays(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/qa.php?viewpage=viewQA&question=749"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetmuftisays(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/qa.php?viewpage=v...mp;question=749[/url] :no: :sl:
  5. Optional Prayers

    :sl: Br. usuf, as far as I know the prayer immediately after sunrise is known as ishraaq, where as chaasht/duha is prayed way after. Could you kindly cite your sources? :no: :sl:
  6. Why Men Are Never Depressed

    Alhamdulillah.
  7. All About Madhabs - Sheikh Haythem Al-haddad

    :sl: Br. Salman (the second link in the previous post) mentions one hadeeth: Every flowing blood (that comes out of the body) makes wajib the wudhu (Ibn Adi, Daraqtuni; Quduri). Allaahu A'lam. I will try asking at Askimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link) for detailed answer and let you know if I am replied to, inshaAllaah. :sl:
  8. All About Madhabs - Sheikh Haythem Al-haddad

    :sl: The topic you asked about arn't talked about in the book Fiqh al-Imam (you can view a table of content of the book by clicking here: (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetwhitethreadpress(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/publications/pdfs/fiqh_contents.pdf"]pdf file[/url]) . However, you can find references about these issues from the perspective of the Hanafi madhhab by searching at sites like (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_askimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)"]Askimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)[/url], :sl:. Here is what I could find on the two issues: Witr being wajib: (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetaskimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fatwa/fatwa.php?askid=1e6b516843eb2aee01be01ff4c4f9c7c"]Link[/url] Bleeding vs. Wudu: (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetsunniforum(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/forum/showthread.php?t=2768"]Link[/url]
  9. All About Madhabs - Sheikh Haythem Al-haddad

    :sl: Yes Brother, I have a hard copy of the book, though not sure if it's available in PDF format. :no:
  10. All About Madhabs - Sheikh Haythem Al-haddad

    :sl: That's a very interesting dars, mashaAllah. However, Sheikh's assertion that Hanafis do not say ameen is not correct. Rather, according to the Hanafi Madhhab, the preferred Sunnah is to say it, but to do so silently (much like saying Allaahu Akbar while commencing different postures). This is derived from some ahadeeth of the Prophet, peace be upon him, and the practice of some Sahabah (radi'allaahu 'anhum). The ahadeeth regarding saying ameen loudly is reconciled to mean for 'teaching purposes'. Nevertheless, one may refer to (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetwhitethreadpress(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/publications/fiqh_imam.htm"]Fiqh al-Imam[/url] for more details, with references, inshaAllah. And Allaah knows best. :sl:
  11. Qiblah

    :sl: Taken from (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetaskimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fatwa/fatwa.php?askid=4d53e657a2f134c4f83abcb1260d4778"]Askimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)[/url] Allah Ta'ala says in the Quran: ãä íÚÙã ÔÚÇÆÑ Çááå ÃÅäåÇ ãä ÊÞæì ÇáÞáæÈ[using large font size is not allowed] "If one observes the sanctity of the symbols of Allah, then such things emanate from the piety of the hearts."(22:32) The Qibla (direction of the Ka'bah) is considered to be one of the Sha'air (symbols) of Allah Ta'ala. Therefore, the Qibla should be respected. Stretching one's legs and spreading one's feet before others is considered a sign of disrespect. The Qibla is the direction facing towards the Ka'bah, which is the most sacred site for Muslims. Praying towards the Qibla is one of the distinct signs of a Muslim with which Allah Ta'ala blessed and bestowed on this Ummah. It is Makruh (disliked) to point the feet towards Qibla while sleeping. íßÑå ãà ÇáÑÌáíä Åáì ÇáÞÈáÉ Ãí Çáäæã æÛíÑå ÚãÃÇ[using large font size is not allowed] (Raddul Muhtar, Vol. 1, P. 341, H.M. Saeed Company) (Fatawa Mahmudiyya, Vol. 18, P. 629, Darul Iftaa Jamia Faruqiyya) And Allah knows best Wassalam Ml. Asif Umar, Student Darul Iftaa Checked and Approved by: Mufti Ebrahim Desai Darul Iftaa, Madrassah In'aamiyyah Taken from (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetaskimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fatwa/fatwa.php?askid=4d53e657a2f134c4f83abcb1260d4778"]Askimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)[/url]
  12. My Fiance Has Changed A Lot

    :sl: May be he is just worried about his deen. Showing affection to a non-mahram before marriage is a big sin. Allaahu A'lam. If you two arn't married, it's a major sin on him (and you) when you keep on communication in seclusion (like msn). It's a Sunnah of Allaah ta'ala, that His decrees come to His servants as per their deeds. If the above is true, and you two are in unlawful communication, it's guaranteed there are going to be bad affects in your lives because of this sin. And Allaah knows best. My suggestion would be of course to get married, or channel your concerns to him through the means of a mahram of yours. May Allaah make it easy. Ameen. :sl:
  13. Respect Of Religions

    :sl: I don't know..but seems kind of pointless. Allaahu A'lam.
  14. Famous Converts

    :sl: Famous converts: Abu Bakr (ra) 'Umar (ra) Uthman (ra) 'Ali (ra) ..the ashra mubashshara.. [using large font size is not allowed] :sl:
  15. :sl: Interesting question. You can search/ask at (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_askimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_askimam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)[/url] for the ruling according to Hanafi madhhab. :no: :sl:
  16. Why Believe Mohammed?

    Hello, welcome to Islamic Forum. Very interesting questions. Clarifications - correction of perspective: Muslims do not believe Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) 'wrote' the Qur'an. He had no input of his own whim in the Qur'an. Rather it's the will of God manifested in the Qur'an which Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) just conveyed. - an example of this is, the Qur'an critisizes/admonishes Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) at a few places. If the Qur'an was 'written' by the Prophet (peace be upon him), such admonitions would not exist. There are of course many other things in the Qur'an, or related to the Qur'an that rules out any assumption of Qur'an being 'written' by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). For an amazing easy-to-follow lecture on this topic, check out the link below. It's a lecture on the Qur'an by a University of Toronto Professor, Gary Miller: (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetislamicinvitationcentre(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/audio/gary_miller/amazing_quran/amazing_quran.html"]Audio Link[/url] Questions: - Why should anyone believe what Mohammed wrote about Christ? Answer: Why not? Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) had an upright character even before he attained prophethood. He was known as Al-Amin (Trustworthy) among his folks, even by the non-believers. He never lied, be it before or after his Prophethood. Also, what was he (peace be upon him) to gain from lying against Prophet Jesus (peace be upon him)? There are much textual corruptions in the Bible. So it is more of a legitimate question to ask 'why someone would believe in the words of Christ as written in the corrupted/altered texts of the current bible?' - Where exactly did he get his stories about Christ from? Answer: Whatever is in the Qur'an is believed to be from God himself. It's the same God that had sent revelation to Prophet Jesus (peace be upon him). God is all knowing, thus it is not hard for Him to inform us of the truth of the message of Christ through Muhammad, peace be upon them both. - If his stories about Christ were true, why did he have to spread them by force of arms??? Answer: Good question, but a wrong assumption. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was the best in Characters (Not my claim, you may refer to Historical evidences) and he was merciful to all of God's creation: humans, plants, animals. Thus, it's not true he spread the message of God through force. There is a system of conveying the message of God in Islam, the last step of which is physical confrontation. However, even if a Muslim army won against a non-Muslim army in a fair battle, it would only allow the Muslim rulers to run the nation, but not convert people forcefully. Hope that helped. And God knows best.
  17. Quran In English

    :sl: From what I understood, brother Yahya was speaking of the cons of translation. Some of his concerns are true, and so are yours. Allaah knows best. Nevertheless, you need not overwhelm yourself about this dear brother. Since the purpose is to understand the Qur'an in the best way possible, referring to a tafseer is always a good idea. From what I know, Mariful Qur'an by Mufti Shafi Uthmani is a reliable tafseer. You can browse through all 8 volume of the tafseer in the (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_islamibayanaat(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/EMQ.htm"]pdf form, here. [/url] May you find it of benefit, ameen. Allaahu a'lam. :sl:
  18. Few Questions Considering Salah

    :sl: According to the Hanafi madhhab, one need not recite behind the imam, as the Imam's recitation is considered sufficient. Allaah knows best. :sl:
  19. Quran In English

    :sl: It may be more reliable (for the purpose of understanding) to read a tafseer (detailed commentary) of the Qur'an. Allaah knows best. :sl:
  20. Abit Of Help Needed!?!?

    :sl: It's optional. You get reward for doing it. Where did you learn of reciting the particular surahs 3 times each after prayer? Details please? :no: :sl:
  21. Fat Muslims?

    :sl: Isn't it more cultural than a religious issue? There are Chinese, Malaysian, Indonesian Muslims, who generally are not 'fat' as far as i know. :sl:
  22. Which Madhab Do You Follow?

    :sl: Br. Albani, Hanafi madhhab doesn't follow Imam Abu Hanifa (rah) in every stance, rather the methodology of Imam Abu Hanifa (rah) in derivation of rulings. :sl:
  23. Al-adaab Al-mufrad

    :sl: Yep, a very good book for character building, mashaAllah. Also available in searchable format: (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_islamic-download(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/component/option,com_remository/Itemid,62/func,fileinfo/id,172/"]Link: al-Adab al-Mufrad[/url] :sl:
  24. :sl: Pardon me, but what exactly happened? Ameen to the du'as. :no: :sl:
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