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  1. 15th Sha'ban Specifying For Fasting, Reciting Quran

    Alsalamu Alikum What is that answer you answered me (Al Adab al mufrad) !!!! I think that you don't understand my questions, or you understand it but you want to argue and take us out of the topic into another discussion!!!. My question wasn't about if the Book of Al-Adab Al-Mufrad for Imam Al-Bukhari contains Ahadeeth Da'eefah (Weak Ahadith) or not. it was about accusing Shaykh Al-Albani that he was wrong when he talked about Al-Bukhari opinion regarding Da'eef Hadith, and you claim that Imam Bukhari said that it is permissible and also recommended to use Da'eef Hadith for religious practice (al-`amal) concerning good deeds and good character (al-fadâ'il). So this is my question that I want you to answer, WHERE is your evidence that Imam Al-Bukhari said that?. Second thing is that you tell me if you are from the people who think that they can invent any new act of worship "Bid'ah Hasanah which mind see it good" without an Authentic reference from the Sunnah of Prophet Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam or you are not from them? If you did not bring your proof and you did not answer my questions, so I prefer not to argue. Wabellahi-Tawfeeq. Wassalaam
  2. 15th Sha'ban Specifying For Fasting, Reciting Quran

    Alsalamu Alikum Shaykh Al-Albaanee hold a very respected opinion, and there is from scholars who preceded him in the same opinion like Imaams al-Bukhaaree, Muslim, Ibn Ma’een and Ibn Hazm, Rahimahum Allah Ajma'een. What I said is similar to what Ibn Hajar RahimahuAllah said, and if you read the link that I post you carefully and with attention you'd find out that Shaykh Al-Albaanee said in summary. "And to summarize : that the saying that the weak Ahaadeeth may be acted upon as regards excellent actions may not be said to refer to those actions which are not established by authentic proofs since that goes against the established principle [ i.e. that the weak Ahaadeeth is invalidated opinion only ] and has no proof; and the one who does hold that view has to keep the conditions mentioned in his mind and adhere to them in his action, and success is with Allaah." and to say that Shaykh Al-Albaanee is not correct in his saying that Imam Al-Bukhari reject Da'eef (not Deaf that you mentioned) , so you have to read what Al-Bukhari, Muslim and other scholars said, before you claim something. Imaam Muslim states in the introduction to his saheeh, under the chapter heading, "the weak ahaadeeth are to be discarded and only authentic ahaadeeth are to be narrated", "To proceed, may Allaah have mercy upon you. If it were not from the evil practice that we have seen from many who take upon themselves the position of Muhaddith, in their leaving the obligation to discard the weak ahaadeeth and munkar narrations and to suffice with only the authentic ahaadeeth - well known and transmitted from reliable narrators, well known for their truthfulness and trustworthiness. After knowing and admitting with their tongues that much of what they fling at the ignorant is to be rejected and is transmitted by unsatisfactory narrators whose narrations are censured by the scholars of hadeeth like Maalik, Yahya bin Sa'eed al-Qattaan and others ... And know may Allaah have mercy upon you, that what is obligatory upon everyone who is able to distinguish between authentic and weak narrations and between the suspect and reliable narrators, is that he should narrate therefrom except that known to be authentic and have trustworthy narrators..." Imaam ibn Rajab al-Hanbali [1] says, "and it is clear from what Muslim mentions in the introduction to his book (i.e. Saheeh Muslim), that it is necessary that the ahaadeeth to do with Targheeb wat Tarheeb (encouragement and discouragement) are not narrated except from those that ahkaam (rules and regulations) are narrated [meaning the authentic ahaadeeth]." al-Allaamah Jamaal ud-Deen al-Qaasimee narrates from a group of the Imaams of hadeeth that they did not accept acting by a weak hadeeth at all, like ibn Ma'een, al-Bukhaaree, Muslim, Abu Bakr ibn al-Arabi al-Maaliki, ibn Hazm and others. [2] Abu Bakr ibn al-Arabi [3] said, while commenting on the hadeeth, "the halaal is clear and the haraam is clear", "... What I have [as the reason] regarding that, and Allah knows best, is that which we have transmitted from Ahmad ibn Hanbal that he permits weak ahaadeeth regarding al-wara` (abstaining from doubtful matters). May Allah be pleased with al-Bukhaaree who did not see for the heart to hold to, nor for the religion to be connected through--nothing except the authentic [ahaadeeth], and that is our position. If we were to incline to the position of Ahmad; then holding to da'eef ahaadeeth cannot be [accepted] except in lessons/admonishment which soften the heart, but as for the basis (usul) there is no way to [accept] that." [4] Ibn Hazm [5] says in 'al-Milal', "... and it is not permissible with us that we say as these ahaadeeth say (i.e. those weak and fabricated narrations), or to trust in them, or to take anything from them." Ibn Taymiyyah says, "... and it is not permissible to rely in the Sharee'ah upon da'eef ahaadeeth which are not saheeh or hasan. But Ahmad bin Hanbal and other scholars considered it permissible to report with regards to Fadaa'il al-A'amaal (rewards and excellences of actions) that which they did not know to be affirmed, when it is known that it is not a lie. And that is because when the action is known to be legislated with a Sharee'ah evidence, it is possible that the reward be a fact. And not one of the Imaams said that he considered it to be permissible to make something obligatory or recommended based upon a da'eef hadeeth." [6] Then ibn Taymiyyah says, "... and Ahmad bin Hanbal or others like him from the Imaams did not rely upon this type of ahaadeeth in the Sharee'ah. And the one who relates from Ahmad that he used to rely upon the weak ahaadeeth, which are not saheeh or hasan, has erred." So show me from the saying of Imam Al-Bukhari that he said we can act upon Da'eef hadith like what you claim!!!. And regarding your saying that "And if you accept that there is a difference of opinion, you should refrain labelling such an action as bidah. " We accept difference of opinion based on authentic sources, and if not, then it is it is Bid'ah. Any newly-invented thing in Deen is Bid'ah wither it is religious practice concerning good deeds or whatever worship (fast, pray …etc), and there is no difference between it. And any one who claims that he established a new act of worshipping he sees it good and it is not authentically referenced to our Prophet Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam, so then he claims that he did something more than Mohammad Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam, and he claims that the saying of Prophet Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam that he completed the Deen, { This day have I perfected your religion for you, completed My favour upon you, and have chosen for you Islam as your religion. Al-Maa'idah 5:3 } is wrong also, because he Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam did not complete the Deen yet and there is still new things that can be add as he claim. To conclude, Hadeeth Da'eef is the Hadith that is not Authentic and its connection to Prophet Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam is not confirmed, so how we would perform any act of worship without we would be sure that our Prophet told us to do it? Finally I want from you 2 things, that you bring me your evidence that Imam Al-Bukhari said (from his saying) that we can act upon Da'eef Hadith alone to perform a religious practice concerning good deeds. Also, to tell me if you are from people who say that there is Bid'ah Hasanah in Deen (newly-invented good deed) if our mind see it good?. Wa jazakum Allahu Khayra. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOOTNOTES: 1. 'Sharh at-Tirmidhee' (2/112). He is the exemplary Imaam and great Mujtahid scholar, ibn Rajab al Hanbali, a student of both ibn Taymiyyah and ibn al-Qayyim amongst others. 2. 'Qawaa'id al-Hadeeth' (pg. 113) of al-Qaasimee. 3. 'Aridat al-Ahwadhee Sharh Sunan at-Tirmidhee' (5/201) 4. Quoted from Abu Ghuddas introduction to al-Muhasibi's 'Risalah al-Mustarshideen' (pp58) where he states that he has abridged the quote from ibn al-Arabi. 5. He is the great Imaam who championed the Dhaahiree School of thought and wrote many invaluable treatise, amongst them his 'Muhalla' in usul al-fiqh, and 'Milal wa Nahl' on different sects. He died in the year 6. 'al-Qaa'idah al-Jaleelah' (pg.82) of ibn Taymiyyah
  3. 15th Sha'ban Specifying For Fasting, Reciting Quran

    I think the reply of Shaykhul-Albaanee suffice to answer your questions. Kindly check the below link. (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_calgaryislam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/imembers/Sections+index-req-printpage-artid-451.html?POSTNUKESID=1c0a9bbbadbbc270b4fa0fe6753574c3"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_calgaryislam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/imembers/Sections+...4fa0fe6753574c3[/url] Wassalaam
  4. 15th Sha'ban Specifying For Fasting, Reciting Quran

    Alsalamu Alikum I think that you did not understand the meaning of what I said, Weak Ahadith can be used in Fada'il Al-A'maal, Fada'il means virtue or excellence, so we can use it to encourage people of the VIRTUE or REWARD of a deed, and that is only if the deed itself is correct based on authentic Sunnah, but if the deed is not from authentic sunnah, then we cannot neither do it nor talks about its virtue, because it is not correct, so any action of worship that is from authentic sunnah wither it is Salah, or Sadaqah or Sawm (Fasting ' not excluded of course ') and there is a weak hadeeth talks about the virtue or reward of doing it, so we take that weak narration about the virtue of doing the worship hoping from Allah that reward would be like what was mentioned in the weak hadith. As I said earlier the word Fada'il Al-A'maal in Arabic means the virtue of an action, so if that action is not correct, so its virtue of course would not be correct as well. Wassalam
  5. 15th Sha'ban Specifying For Fasting, Reciting Quran

    Alsalamu Alikum Regarding your comment over Sister Tamarbutah post that "it is agreed by the ulema that weak hadith may be acted upon for certain things", ok, so would you please explain it more for me, and tell if Ulama agreed to use weak Hadith in matters of Aqeedah or Halaal and Haraam, or orders and forbidden if there is no proofs from Authentic Sunnah to support it, such like fasting on a certain day or praying a certain prayer without any evidence except a week Hadith? or we understand from your statement about the Ulama that Da'eef Hadith (weak) can be used in Fada'il Al-A'maal (Excellence of ACTIONS) and with certain conditions like. - It should not be very weak so that excludes that only narrated by a liar, one accused of lying or one who makes serious mistakes. - That it falls under a general proof already present – which excludes that which is invented, having no basis. - That in acting upon it the person does not think that it is something established – in order that he does not attribute to the Prophet (s.a.w.s) that which he did not say. and to understand the meaning of Fada'il Al-A'maal (Excellence of ACTIONS), I give that example. If an action is something which is established that Allaah loves or hates- by a text (Authentic Sunnah) or ijmaa’ – such as reciting the Qur’aan, tasbeeh, Du’aa, Saqadah and doing good to the people. And the hatred of lying and deception etc. So if a hadeeth is narrated about the excellence of certain actions, their reward or dislike of certain actions and their punishment – then the amount and type of punishment – if reported in a hadeeth which we do not know to be fabricated – then it is permissible to narrate and act upon it ~ meaning : that the soul hopes for that reward or fears that punishment. Like a man who knows that trade brings profit – but he is informed that it brings a very great profit – so if he acts on that it benefits him if it is true and does not harm him if it is not. Wassalamu Alikum
  6. How Does One Attain Sincerity?

    Sincerity cannot coexist in a heart that contains the love of praise and commendation and the yearning to possess that which is owned by the people save in the manner that fire and water or a lizard and fish may coexist. If your soul directs you to seek sincerity then first turn your attention towards your yearning and slaughter it with the knife of renunciation. Then turn your attention towards praise and commendation and forsake it with the asceticism of those who loved the world for the sake of the Hereafter. When your slaughtering of your yearning and the renunciation of praise and commendation becomes firm then attaining sincerity will become easy for you. If it is asked: what may facilitate the act of slaughtering ones yearning and renouncing the love of praise and commendation? I would reply: as for slaughtering your yearning then this is made easy by you having certain knowledge that there is nothing that one would desire except that its treasures are in the Hand of Allaah alone and none has power over it save Him. There is no one who may bestow these things to a servant except for Allaah. As for renouncing the love of praise and commendation then this is made easy by your knowing that there is no one who can praise you such that it would benefit you, or censure and vilify you such that it would harm you save Allaah alone. This is what occurs in the hadeeth in which the Arab said to the Prophet (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam), "my being praised is adornment and my being vilified is disgrace," to which the Prophet (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) said, "that is (for) Allaah." [Reported by at-Tirmidhee [no. 3266] with a saheeh isnaad from Baraa`a bin Aazib (RA).] So renounce the praise of one whose praise cannot beautify you and the vilification of one whose censure cannot disgrace you! Instead desire the praise of the One whose commendation contains perfect beauty and the One whose censure contains total disgrace. This cannot be attained except after patience and certainty for when there is no patience and certainty then you are like one who wished to traverse an ocean without a vessel to carry him! Allaah said, "Be patient! Indeed the Promise of Allaah is true and let not those who are devoid of certainty discourage you from conveying (the message)." [al-Rum (30):60] "We have made from amongst them leaders, guiding under Our Command when they were patient and believed in Our Signs with certainty." [al-Sajdah (32):24] [Taken from 'An Explanation to Riyaadh as-Saaliheen' Vol1, Trans. Abu Sulaymaan and modified.] Al-Fawaa`id [218-219] of Imaam Ibnul-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah, may Allaah have mercy upon him.] Translated by Aboo Sulaymaan Taken from : you are not allowed to post links yettroid(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/raqaaiq/fear-and-consciousness/how-does-one-attain-sincerity.html
  7. Gaza Demonstration And Rally Dates Across The Uk

    Wa Alikum Alsalam Wa Rahmatu Allah Jazana Allah Wa Iyyakum. May Allah benefit us with what we learn, Ameen. Salaamz
  8. Gaza Demonstration And Rally Dates Across The Uk

    Alsalamu Alikum Question: Is it from the means of the da’wah to stage demonstrations for the purpose of solving the problems of the Islaamic Ummah? Answer: Our religion is not a religion of chaos. Our religion is a religion of discipline, and a religion of order, and calm, and tranquility. And demonstrations are not from the actions of the Muslims and it is not something the Muslims are familiar with. And the religion of Islaam is a religion of calm, and a religion of mercy, and a religion of discipline; not chaos, and not disorder, and not (a religion) of inciting trials (fitan). And this is the religion of Islaam. And rights are earned by asking for them in the manner legislated by the Shar’iah and through ways legislated by the Shar’iah. And demonstrations cause bloodshed and cause the ruination of wealth (of the Muslims). And these matters are not permissible. Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan Kitaab al-Fataawa Shar'iyah fil Qidaya 'Asriyah Source: (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 yetfatwaislam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fis/index.cfm?scn=fd&ID=176"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetfatwaislam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fis/index.cfm?scn=fd&ID=176[/url] Wassalam
  9. Gaza Demonstration And Rally Dates Across The Uk

    Alsalamu Alikum Question: Are demonstrations considered to be a means from the legitimate means of Da’wah? Answer: All praise and thanks are to Allaah, the Lord of the creations, and may He send prayers and peace upon our chief Muhammad, upon his family, and his Companions, and upon those who follow them in righteousness until the Last Day. As to what follows: Indeed, the concept of demonstrations is a new, modern issue. It was not known in the time of the Prophet (Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÓáã), nor in the time of the rightly-guided Khalifahs, nor in the time of any of the Companions (ÑÖì Çááå ÚäåãÇ). Furthermore, the chaos and disorder that is included in it make it an impermissible matter, so much so that (in includes acts like) the breaking of glass, doors, etc. Results from it, also included within it, is the mixing between men and women, the youth and the elderly, and similar to that from corruptions and detestable things. As for the issue of putting pressure upon the government; if it is a Muslim government, then sufficient for it as an admonishment is the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of His Messenger (Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÓáã). This is the best of what could possibly be brought before any Muslim. If it (the government) is a disbelieving one, then it would not even care about these ‘demonstrators’ and perhaps it would behave politely with them outwardly, while inwardly remaining upon what it was on of evil. For this reason, we hold that demonstrations are detestable actions. As for their statements that these demonstrations are peaceful ones, then perhaps they may be peaceful in the beginning or the first time, yet then they become destructive. So I advise the youth to follow the path of those who have proceeded, for indeed Allaah (ÓÈÃÇäå æÊÚÇáì) has praised the Muhaajireen and the Ansaar and has praised those who followed them in righteousness. Shaykh Muhammad bin Saalih al-`Uthaymeen aj-Jawaab al-Abhar li Fu'aad Siraaj (Page 75) Source : (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 yetfatwaislam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fis/index.cfm?scn=fd&ID=177"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetfatwaislam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fis/index.cfm?scn=fd&ID=177[/url] Wassalam
  10. The Prayer Of Need; Salaatul Hajah

    Alsalamu Alikum Question: I have heard about Salatul-Hajah (The prayer of need) and Salat Hifzul Qur’an (The prayer of Qur’an memorization) - are these prayers or not? Answer: They are both incorrect; neither Salatul-Hajah nor Salat Hifzul-Qur’an are correct, because it is not possible to confirm such acts of worship except by some legal evidence and there is no legal evidence by which to make them lawful. Shaykh Muhammad bin Saalih al-`Uthaymeen Fataawa Islamiyyah, DARUSSALAM, vol.2 p.314 Source: (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 yetfatwaislam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fis/index.cfm?scn=fd&ID=780"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetfatwaislam(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/fis/index.cfm?scn=fd&ID=780[/url] Wassalam
  11. Where Can I Get The Nasheed From Ibn Uthameen's Janaza Video

    Wa Alikum Alsalam Wa Rahmatu Allah Wa Barakatu Shaykhul-Uthaimeen was a great scholar, you never get bored from listenting to his Ilm, May Allah, forgive him, have mercy on him and pardon him, and combine between us and him in Jannah, and Bury our bodies in Baqee', Ameeen. you may find link for the Nasheed on the below link (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 yetepda3(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/iv/clip-84.html"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetepda3(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/iv/clip-84.html[/url] with flash (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 yetqassimy(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/w7a/FFFLSH/wada3.swf"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetqassimy(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/w7a/FFFLSH/wada3.swf[/url] and you may download it from here May Allah make us die on our highest levels of Eman, Ameen. Wassalam
  12. Islamic Wedding Nasheeds

    Alsalamu Alikum Jazana Allahu Wa Iyakum sister salam alaykum. Sahih Bukhari> 'There will be those of my Ummah who will seek to make lawful: fornication, the wearing of silk, wine drinking and the use of musical instruments..' Ibn Majah, Abu Dawood and Ibn Habban>> 'A people of my Ummah will drink wine, calling it by other than that, it's real name. Merriment will be made for them through the playing of musical instruments and the singing of female singers. Allah will cleave the Earth under them and turn others into Apes and Pigs' Wassalam
  13. How Do You Deal With Interest?

    Alsalamu Alikum Prophet Mohammad Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam were buying from Jewish, and as you know that Jewish deal with Riba in-between each other, so does that mean that our Prophet were supporting the usurers and Ribba?!. you can buy your needs from market and it's Halal if you did not pay Riba for it, and you don't have to forsake modern world, unless you are making Fatwa that if you bought your need from market it contains some Riba. Prophet Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam Said "One dirham of Riba that a man devours, while knowing it is Riba, is more severe (in crime) than thirty-six acts of fornication (or adultery)." (reported by Ahmad and Darqutni). so do you mean that all people who buy their things from market without interests or taking loans, or dealing with banks or credit cards still deal with Riba?! I don't think so. Wassalam.
  14. What Does This Mean?

    Alsalamu Alikum The saying "La Ba's Tahoor, In Sha'Allah" you say it to sick people when you meet them, to support them, and it gives the meaning that Illness removes sins, so if he got cured so he combined between the 2 benefits of recovery & forgiveness of sins, and the word Tahoor means that it is purifying for you from your sins. Wassalam
  15. The Best Of Morals That I Do Love

    Also let us not forget the anger of Prophet Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam when his uncle were killed, his body were savagely cut and his liver were chewed by Hind Bint Utbah Radi Allahu Anha, then Prophet Salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam swear if he will win over Quraish by Allah he'll cut thirty of them into pieces." Then after Fath of Macca, Hind bint ‘Utbah Radi Allahu Anha came in the trail of women disguised lest the Prophet [salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam] should recognize and account for her, having chewed the liver of Hamzah, his uncle. The Prophet [salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam] accepted their allegiance on condition that they associate none with Allâh, to which they immediately agreed. He added that they should not practice theft. Here Hind complained that her husband, Abu Sufyan Radi Allahu Anh, was tight-fisted. Her husband interrupted granting all his worldly possessions to her. The Prophet [salla Allahu Alyhi Wa Sallam] laughed and recognized the woman. She implored him to extend his pardon to her and efface all her previous sins. This is another example of forgiveness, so, who from us would forgive if someone did what Hind Radi Allahu Anha did to his uncle, father or son, then forgive happily afterward. May Allah give us high Morality, Ameen.
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