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  1. ÇáÕáÇÉ Îáà ÇáÕà ãäÃÑÃÇð ÓÄÇá: Ã…ÃÇ ÃÎá ÇáãÕáí Åáì ÇáãÓÌà ¡ ÃæÌà ÇáÌãÇÚÉ íÕáæä ¡ æáíÓ áå ãßÇä Ãí ÇáÕà ¡ Ãåá íÕáí æÃÃÃ¥ ÎáÃåã ¡ Ãæ íÌÃÈ ãÚå ÃÃà ÇáãÕáíä ãä ÇáÕà ÇáÃí ÃãÇãå ¿. 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ÇáæÌå ÇáËÇäí : Ãä ÃÃíË : ( áÇ ÕáÇÉ áãäÃÑà Îáà ÇáÕà ) Þà ÕÑà Ãä ÇáãÑÇà Èå äÃí ÇáÕÃÉ º ÃíË ÃãÑå ÇáäÈí Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÓáã Ãä íÓÊÞÈá ÕáÇÊå ¡ æÚáá Ãáß ÈÃäå áÇ ÕáÇÉ áãäÃÑà Îáà ÇáÕà . æÃí ÃÃíË æÇÈÕÉ Ãä ÇáäÈí Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÓáã ÑÃì ÑÌáÇð íÕáí Îáà ÇáÕà æÃÃÃ¥ ¡ ÃÃãÑå Ãä íÚíà ÕáÇÊå [ ÑæÇå ÃÈæ ÃÇæà 682 æÇáÊÑãÃí 230 ] . æÈåÃÇ ÊÈíä Ãä ÇáÞæá ÇáÑÇÌà æÌæÈ ÇáãÕÇÃÉ , æÃä ãä Õáì æÃÃÃ¥ Îáà ÇáÕà ÃÕáÇÊå ÈÇØáÉ , æÚáíå Ãä íÚíÃåÇ áÊÑßå æÇÌÈ ÇáãÕÇÃÉ . æáßä Ã¥ÃÇ ÇáæÇÌÈ ßÛíÑå ãä ÇáæÇÌÈÇÊ º íÓÞØ ÈÃæÇÊ ãÃáå , Ãæ ÈÇáÚÌÒ Úäå ÚÌÒÇð ÔÑÚíÇð , Ãæ ÚÌÒÇ ÃÓíÇð áÞæáå ÊÚÇáì : ( ÃóÇÊøóÞõæÇ Çááøóåó ãóÇ ÇÓúÊóØóÚúÊõã ) ÇáÊÛÇÈä/16 . æÞæá ÇáäÈí Õáí Çááå Úáíå æÓáã : ( Ã…ÃÇ ÃãÑÊßã ÈÃãÑ ÃÃÊæÇ ãäå ãÇ ÇÓÊØÚÊã ) [ ÑæÇå ÇáÈÎÇÑí 7288 æãÓáã 1337 ] ¡ ÃíÌÈ Ãä íßæä Ãí ÇáÕà ÃíË æÌà ãßÇäÇð Ãíå , ÃÅä áã íÌà ãßÇäÇð ÓÞØ Úäå Ã¥ÃÇ ÇáæÇÌÈ , æßÃáß Åä áã íßä áå ãßÇä ÔÑÚÇð ÃÅäå íÓÞØ Úäå ÇáæÇÌÈ . ãËÇá ÇáÃæá : Ã…ÃÇ æÌà ÇáÕà ÊÇãÇð ¡ Ãáå Ãä íÕáí æÃÃÃ¥ º áÃäå áÇ æÇÌÈ ãÚ ÇáÚÌÒ . æãËÇá ÇáËÇäí : Ã…ÃÇ ßÇäÊ ÇãÑÃÉ ãÚ ÑÌÇá ÃÅäåÇ ÊÕáí æÃÃåÇ Îáà ÇáÕà ¡ ßãÇ ËÈÊÊ Èå ÇáÓäÉ . æåÃÇ ÇáÃí ÌÇÃÊ Èå ÇáÓäÉ íãßä Ãä íßæä ÃÕáÇð íÞÇÓ Úáíå ÕáÇÉ ÇáÑÌá æÃÃÃ¥ Îáà ÇáÕà ÅÃÇ áã íÌà ãßÇäÇð Ãíå º áÃä ÇáÊÚÃÑ ÇáÃÓí ßÇáÊÚÃÑ ÇáÔÑÚí . æíæÖà Ãáß : Ãä ÇáÑÌá Ã…ÃÇ ÌÇà ææÌà ÇáÕà ÊÇãÇð ÃÅãÇ Ãä íÊÞÃã æíÞà ÈÌäÈ ÇáÅãÇã , Ãæ íÌÃÈ æÇÃÃÇð ãä ÇáÕà áíÞà ãÚå , Ãæ íÕáí æÃÃÃ¥ ãäÃÑÃÇð Úä ÇáÌãÇÚÉ ¡ Ãæ íÕáí ãÚ ÇáÌãÇÚÉ Îáà ÇáÕà . ÃÃãÇ ÊÞÃãå Åáì ÌäÈ ÇáÅãÇã ÃÃíå : 1- ãÎÇáÃÉ ÇáÓäÉ ÈÅÃÑÇà ÇáÅãÇã æÃÃÃ¥ áíÊãíÒ Úä ÇáãÃãæãíä ÈÊÞÃãå Úáíåã ãßÇäÇð æÃÃÚÇáÇð . æáÇ íÑà Úáì Ã¥ÃÇ æÞæà ÇáäÈí Õáí Çááå Úáíå æÓáã Åáì ÌÇäÈ ÃÈí 駄 [ ÑæÇå ãÓáã 413 ] º áÃä ÇáÃí ÌÇà ææÞà åæ ÇáÅãÇã ¡ æÞà Åáì ÌÇäÈ äÇÆÈå .æÃíÖÇð ÃÅä ÃÈÇ 駄 áÇ íãßäå ÇáÑÌæÚ Åáì ÇáÕà . æÃíÖÇð ÃÅä ãä ãÕáÃÉ ÇáÌãÇÚÉ Ãä íßæä Åáì ÌäÈ ÇáäÈí áíÈáÛåã ÊßÈíÑå.. 2- æÃí ÊÞÃã ÇáãÃãæã ÇáÃí æÌà ÇáÕà ÊÇãÇð Åáì ÌäÈ ÇáÅãÇã ¡ ÅíÃÇà ááÌãÇÚÉ ÇáÃíä ÓíÊÎØÇåã áíÕá Åáì ÇáÅãÇã . 3- æÃíå ÊÃæíÊ ááãÕÇÃÉ áãä ÌÇà ÈÚÃÃ¥ º ÃÅäå áæ ÞÇã æÃÃÃ¥ æÌÇà ÂÎÑ ÕÇÑ ÕÃÇð . æÃãÇ ÃŒÃÈå æÇÃÃÇð ãä ÇáãÃãæãíä áíÞà ãÚå ÃÃíå ËáÇËÉ ãÃÇÃíÑ : ÃÃÃåÇ : ÃÊà ÃÑÌÉ Ãí ÇáÕà , æÇáäÈí Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÓáã Þà ÃãÑ ÈÇáãÑÇÕÉ æäåì Ãä äÃÚ ÃÑÌÇÊ ááÔíØÇä [ ÃÃãà 5691 æÃÈæ ÃÇæà 666 ¡ æÕÃÃÃ¥ ÇáÃáÈÇäí Ãí ÇáÕÃíÃÉ ] . ÇáËÇäí : Ãäå Ùáã ááãÌÃæÈ ÈäÞáå ãä ÇáãßÇä ÇáÃÇÖá Åáì ÇáãßÇä ÇáãÃÖæá . ÇáËÇáË : Ãäå íÔæÔ Úáíå ÕáÇÊå , æÑÈãÇ íäÇÒÚå æíÔÇÊãå Ã…ÃÇ ÃÑÛ ãäåÇ . æáÇ íÑà Úáì Ã¥ÃÇ ãÇ Ñæí Úä ÇáäÈí Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÓáã Ãäå ÞÇá áãä ÑÂå íÕáí æÃÃÃ¥ Îáà ÇáÕà : ( ÃáÇ ÃÎáÊ ãÚåã Ãæ ÇÌÊÑÑÊ ÃÃÃÇð ) ÃÅäå ÃÃíË ÖÚíà áÇ ÊÞæã Èå ÃÌÉ [ ÑæÇå ÇáØÈÑÇäí Ãí ÇáÃæÓØ 8/374 æÞÇá ÇáåíËãí : ÖÚíà ÌÃÇ ) . æÃãÇ ÊÑßå ÇáÌãÇÚÉ æÕáÇÊå ãäÃÑÃÇð ¡ Ãåæ ÊÑß áæÇÌÈ ÇáÌãÇÚÉ ãÚ ÇáÞÃÑÉ Úáíå ¡ Ãíßæä æÞæÚÇð Ãí ÇáãÚÕíÉ . æÃãÇ ÕáÇÊå ãÚ ÇáÌãÇÚÉ Îáà ÇáÕà Ãåæ ÞíÇã ÈÇáæÇÌÈ Úáíå ÈÞÃÑ ÇáãÓÊØÇÚ º ÃÅä ÇáãÕáí ãÚ ÇáÌãÇÚÉ íáÒãå ÃãÑÇä : ÃÃÃåãÇ : ÇáÕáÇÉ Ãí ÇáÌãÇÚÉ . æÇáËÇäí : ÇáÞíÇã Ãí ÇáÕà ãÚåã , ÃÃ…ÃÇ ÊÚÃÑ ÃÃÃåãÇ æÌÈ ÇáÂÎÑ . ÃÅä Þíá : Åä Þæáå Õáí Çááå Úáíå æÓáã ( áÇ ÕáÇÉ áãäÃÑà Îáà ÇáÕà ) ÚÇã áíÓ Ãíå ÊÃÕíá Èíä ÊãÇã , æÚÃã ÊãÇãå . ÃÇáÌæÇÈ : Ãä Ã¥ÃÇ ÃÇá Úáì ÈØáÇä ÇáÕáÇÉ ááãäÃÑà áÊÑßå æÇÌÈ ÇáãÕÇÃÉ ,ÃÃ…ÃÇ áã íÞÃÑ Úáíå ÓÞØ Úäå , æÇáäÈí Õáí Çááå Úáíå æÓáã áÇ íãßä Ãä íÈØá ÕáÇÊå áÊÑßå ãÇ áÇ ÞÃÑÉ áå Úáíå . æäÙíÑ Ã¥ÃÇ ÇáÃÃíË Þæáå Õáí Çááå Úáíå æÓáã : ( áÇ ÕáÇÉ áãä áã íÞÑà ÈÃã ÇáÞÑÂä ) [ ÑæÇå ÇáÈÎÇÑí 756 æãÓáã 394 ] , æÞæáå Õáí Çááå Úáíå æÓáã : (áÇ ÕáÇÉ áãä áÇ æÖæà áå) [ ÑæÇå ÇáÅãÇã ÃÃãà 9137 æÃÈæ ÃÇæà 101 æÇÈä ãÇÌÉ 399 ] Åä Õà åÃÇ , ÃÅä ãä áã íÞÃÑ Úáì ÇáÃÇÊÃÉ Ãæ Úáì ÇáæÖæà Õáì ÈÃæäåãÇ æÃÌÒÃÊå ÕáÇÊå ¡ áßäå íÞÑà ãä ÇáÞÑÂä ÈÞÃÑ ÇáÃÇÊÃÉ , Ãæ íÃßÑ Çááå Åä áã íÞÃÑ Úáì Ôíà ãä ÇáÞÑÂä ¡ æíÊíãã Åä ÚÌÒ Úä ÇáæÖæà . æÎáÇÕÉ ÇáÌæÇÈ : Ãä ÇáãÕÇÃÉ æÇÌÈÉ , æÃä ãä ÌÇà æÞà ßãá ÇáÕà ÃÅäå íÕáí ãÚ ÇáÌãÇÚÉ Îáà ÇáÕà , æáÇ íÊÞÃã Åáì ÇáÅãÇã áíÕáí Åáì ÌäÈå , æáÇ ÈÌÃÈ ÃÃÃÇð ãä ÇáÕà áíÞà ãÚå , æáÇ íÊÑß ÕáÇÉ ÇáÌãÇÚÉ . æÌæÇÒ ÕáÇÊå ÇáÌãÇÚÉ ãäÃÑÃÇð Úä ÇáÕà ááÚÃÑ åæ ÇÎÊíÇÑ ÔíÎ ÇáÅÓáÇã ÇÈä Êíãíå , æÔíÎäÇ ÚÈà ÇáÑÃãä ÓÚÃí ¡ æÈÚÖ Þæá ãä íÑì ÇáÌæÇÒ ãØáÞÇ ð. æÇáÃãà ááå ÑÈ ÇáÚÇáãíä . 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  2. Students want U-M to divest from israel Dearborn student government group wants the school to cease interaction with firms doing business with israel. Karen Bouffard / The Detroit News DEARBORN -- In a move already sparking debate, the student government at the University of Michigan-Dearborn passed a resolution last week demanding the school stop doing business with israel. The student Senate unanimously approved a resolution last Tuesday calling on the Board of Regents, which also sets policy for Michigan's campuses in Ann Arbor and Flint, to divest from companies that profit from the actions of the israeli military in what the resolution claims are "illegally occupied territories." "We want the university to withdraw their investments so these companies think twice about selling their products or their services to the military," said Bilal Dabaja, 21, a senior political science major. The vote passed unanimously, and Dabaja said it had nothing to do with the campus's location in Dearborn, the heart of the region's Arab-American community. Dabaja said student leaders at UM-Dearborn hope students at the university's Ann Arbor and Flint campuses will pass similar resolutions. Julie Peterson, spokeswoman for the university, said investment and divestment decisions are made according to a policy established by the Board of Regents with input from the faculty. "Students are students, and they have all kinds of ways of expressing themselves -- that's part of what being a student is about," Peterson said. Dabaja said the 33-member student Senate is a diverse body, representative of the entire campus community. UM-Dearborn spokesman Terry Gallager said the university doesn't track students by ethnicity, but about 11 percent of students who fill out information forms at registration say they are Muslim. It's unclear how much -- if any -- support the measure has outside UM-Dearborn. Terry Teicher, chairman of the Jewish student group Hillel at UM's main campus, said it's unlikely student leaders in Ann Arbor would support such a resolution. "We feel that the situation is improving and there's hope for peace," Teicher said of the conflicts in the Middle East. "We would rather invest to help the Palestinians, the Lebanese and israelis in productive ways. "At Michigan (in Ann Arbor), the representatives of student government as a whole recognize that divestment is counterproductive to encouraging peace, and encouraging dialogue." (www.)"http://detnews/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061003/METRO01/610030314/1003/METRO"]detnews/apps/pbcs.dll/artic...0314/1003/METRO[/url]
  3. Boy Stabbed As Masjid Stoned

    Boy stabbed as Masjid stoned Gangs of white youths threw stones at a Masjid and an Asian boy was stabbed in "racially motivated" street violence, police have said. Muslims praying heard stones hitting their cars outside the Jamia Masjid Masjid in Preston, Lancashire, at 9pm yesterday. About 200 worshippers emerged to confront the stone-throwers and about 100 police were deployed to defuse the situation. A 16-year-old boy was stabbed during the confrontation but suffered only a minor injury. Police said this was one of a series of incidents in which the Asian community had been targeted in the city. Chief Supt Mike Barton said: "These problems are being caused by a small group of criminals in the area who are intent on intimidating the local community. "Last night a number of cars were damaged outside the Masjid and people who were worshipping inside came out to see what was going on. Not surprisingly, they have been very angry. No one from the Masjid was available for comment. The disturbance follows the death of an Asian man in Preston in July in what police said was a racially motivated attack. Shezsan Umarji, 20, died during a mass street fight between Asian and white youths. Three teenagers have been charged over the attack. 03 October 2006 (www.)"http://yorkshiretoday.co.k/ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=55&ArticleID=1800484"]yorkshiretoday.co. k/ViewArticl...ticleID=1800484[/url]
  4. Manhattan college investigates after Quran found in toilet October 3, 2006, 3:08 PM EDT NEW YORK (AP) _ A lower Manhattan college is investigating how a paperback copy of the Quran from the campus library ended up in a public toilet, school officials said Tuesday. The discovery at Pace University was among three separate incidents in the past two weeks involving vandalism with racial or religious overtones. In the other two, racial slurs were scrawled on a student's car parked at a satellite campus in Westchester County and on a bathroom wall at the downtown campus. University President David A. Caputo said the incidents did not appear to be related. But he called them "deeply disturbing" and invited faculty and students to discuss them Tuesday afternoon at a meeting. "One of our university's greatest strengths is its diversity," Caputo wrote in a letter describing the incidents. "However, when speech is hurtful towards a class of people or incites violence, we must condemn it and take measures to stop it." The school's security force was trying to identify the vandals so they could be disciplined, Caputo said. (www.)"http://newsday/news/local/wire/newyork/ny-bc-ny--vandalism-quran1003oct03,0,4709559.story"]newsday/news/local/wire/new...0,4709559.story[/url]
  5. I accept that I cannot control the events that occur in my life or in the lives of others. Islam is the only religion that communicates total submission to our Creator, the Creator of all people and of all things. As a Muslim I know that everything I do first begins with an intention and then I must transform that intention into an effort in order to carry out what has already been decreed. This wisdom defines my path to be a better person to myself, my family, my community and to all of my brothers and sisters here on earth. In essence Allah (the one God) opened my heart, Islam gave me the direction, and now I live to serve out the guidance lent by my Creator for happiness here on earth and if Allah wills, in the hereafter. While religion is a resource to help guide ourselves to good behavior through our spirituality, there is no prerequisite that it should be far fetched in mental comprehension. I am a recent convert. Catholicism is the religion followed by my forefathers. At the age of 14, I refused the trinity concept and narrowed what I saw as a complicated tale of 'three in one' down to 'two in one' and started attending a Baptist church. Throughout my life, I have searched for understanding, but when it came to my faith I truly was confused about why God would come as a human being and would allow himself to die for the sins of only those privileged enough to believe in his (or his son's) crucifixion. I found this explanation extravagant and shared my doubts with pastors and scholars who gave every effort to communicate the Christian belief to my understanding. I asked myself: "Why would my religion need to be so complex?" When I reached adulthood, I decided to make it very simple. There was just one, our Creator and that was it. No other explanation could rationally make sense. I see Islam as a religion that came to clarify the errors of human beings who changed the original word of God to fit their interests. Islam is simple: God is God. God created us and we worship God and God alone. God sent Moses , Jesus , and Mohammed to deliver his message to guide all people. In Islam, Jesus is the only prophet who never died which is why he is the only messenger who will come back before the Day of Judgment to lead the people of the books: [the Torah, the Injeel (Bible) the book of Psalms and the Quran]. The Quran is the final book that has never been altered to fit the changing interest of people throughout history. Islam confirms that you are not awarded passage into heaven just because you say you are Muslim. And you may not go straight to heaven just because you believe that God is monotheistic. You go to heaven based on your intentions and actions following the message taught to us by the messengers themselves and confirmed by the original books of God. Heaven is not an exclusive club for those who merely follow what their fathers taught them. Instead it is your responsibility, especially as a Muslim, to constantly search for truth, understanding and to read and think. After reading every chapter in the Quran twice and taking detailed notes, I believe that this masterpiece could only have come from my Creator. Without a doubt the author of this book knows more about me than I know about myself. It is no secret that Islam is seriously misunderstood and disliked by many here in my homeland, the United States. My conversion to this "controversial" religion has my family and friends puzzled. It is my sincere belief that Allah led me to Islam by enhancing my passion in exploring unfamiliar perspectives through foreign travel. I have a genuine interest in building bridges with all people everywhere rather than promoting my own ideology as the only system that can work for all people. While culture shock is a mild term to express the drastically different life styles of Muslims in the Middle East, I saw great beauty in the generosity of people, the cohesiveness of families and the immediate acceptance of a girl so foreign in her ways. Even so, in the present I face a culture shock within my own predominantly Middle Eastern Muslim community. I do understand the challenges a Muslim born into their religion faces to dissect their own culture within it. After finding myself in Islam, I am able to adhere to the teachings supported by the Quran and Hadiths while also managing to bypass the cultural manifestations taught by Muslims born into their religion. Islam is multi-cultural and is a system that can be adopted in any environment at any point in time. I can confidently say that if Allah had not breathed Islam into my soul, I would have never found Angela. Well, today, here I am: Angela, a Muslim American: the soul who persistently searched for her Creator and has found the Creator of all that is in the universe and beyond, in Islam. (www.)"http://islamicity/articles/Articles.asp?ref=IC0408-2411"]islamicity/articles/Article...ref=IC0408-2411[/url]
  6. If he was a Muslim he wouldn't have been released!!. HOUSTON - A college student who packed a stick of dynamite on a flight to Houston from Argentina was granted bond Monday on a federal charge of carrying an explosive aboard an aircraft. No future court appearances were scheduled for Howard MacFarland Fish, a 21-year-old junior majoring in biology at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania. Fish had been in federal custody since early Friday when agents found a stick of dynamite — as well as a black powder-based fuse and a blasting cap — in his checked luggage upon his arrival to Houston on a Continental Airlines flight that originated in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His carry-on luggage contained two more fuses. "My son is a college student and a boy who would not hurt anyone," Howard Fish of Connecticut said after signing his son's $75,000 bond. Fish told authorities he got the explosive devices during a tour of a mine in Bolivia, an affidavit said. The case was among seven security incidents that disrupted U.S. flights Friday.
  7. Muslim doctor wants apology from U.S. airline A Winnipeg doctor is demanding an official apology and compensation from United Airlines after being kicked off a flight in the U.S. this week, an incident he has characterized as "institutionalized discrimination." Dr. Ahmed Farooq, a Muslim, was escorted off an airplane in Denver on Tuesday. According to Farooq, reciting his evening prayers was interpreted by one passenger as an activity that was suspicious. Dr. Ahmed Farooq was escorted off a plane in Denver because another passenger found his praying suspicious. (CBC) "The whole situation is just really frustrating," Farooq said. "It makes you uneasy, because you realize you have to essentially watch every single thing you say and do, and it's worse for people who are of colour, who are identifiable as a minority." Farooq said the allegation came from a passenger who appeared drunk and had previously threatened him during the trip. When flight personnel were alerted, the 27-year-old radiology resident and two colleagues — a man and a woman — were taken off their flight. They had been returning from a conference in San Francisco. Farooq said that even officials from the Transportation Security Administration soon realized the flight crew had overreacted, but by the time that conclusion had been reached the trio were forced to stay in Denver for the night and catch a flight the next day — at their own expense. "There's no recourse," Farooq said. "There's no way to really be able to talk to anybody to really be able to reason it out. The police officers who talked to me afterwards and subsequent officials within the first three to five minutes, they were like, 'You know what? The crew made a mistake. We apologize that they took you off. They overreacted.'" Brandon Borrman of United Airlines told the Winnipeg Free Press this week that the airline is obliged to take any allegations threatening passenger safety seriously, particularly in the wake of last week's arrests in the alleged bomb plot on flights from Britain to the U.S. "Whenever these types of claims are made we have a duty to investigate," Borrman said. "Our flight crews are trained to make safety the No. 1 priority." Winnipeg MP Pat Martin has called on federal Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day to raise the issue with his American counterparts. (www.)"http://cbc.ca/story/canada/national/2006/08/18/doctor-winnipeg.html"]cbc.ca/story/canada/national/20...r-winnipeg.html[/url]
  8. Assalam Alikum

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  9. Celebrating the night of al-Israa. and al-Mi'raaj All praise is for Allaah; and may Allaah send prayers and salutations upon the Messenger of Allaah, his family and his companions. There is no doubt that the incident of al-Israa. and al-Mi'raaj is (from) among the great signs of Allaah, indicating the truthfulness of His Messenger, Muhammad (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam), and the greatness of his position with Allaah. It is also among the evidences showing the ability of Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) and it is proof that Allaah is above all His creation. Allaah has said: {Glorified be He Who took His slave for a journey by night from al-Masjid al-Haraam to the Farthest Masjid (in Jerusalem), the neighbourhood whereof We have blessed, in order that We might show him of Our Aayaat (proofs, evidences, lessons, signs, etc.). Verily, He is the All-Hearer, the All-Seer}, [soorah al-Israa., Aayah 1]. It has been narrated from the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) that Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) ascended him to the heavens, and it's doors were opened for him through to the seventh heaven. Therein His Lord spoke to him what He intended and prescribed upon him the five (daily) prayers. Initially, Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) obligated fifty prayers, however our Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) did not cease to demand and ask ease (for his ummah) from Him, until Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) made it five (in number). Hence there are five prayers prescribed, but fifty in (number) reward; for every good action is equivalent to ten of its like. For Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala) is all praise and thanks for all His blessings. This date on which al-Israa. and al-Mi'raaj occurred has not been established in the authentic ahaadeeth, neither during the month of Rajab nor in any other month. All that has been mentioned concerning the date of occurence of al-Israa. and al-Mi'raaj is deemed among the scholars of hadeeth to be unauthentic. Indeed, Allaah has great Wisdom in causing the people to forget the date of its occurrence. However, even if its date was confirmed, it would nonetheless be impermissible for the Muslims to distinguish that night from other nights by doing anything from among the acts of worship. Neither it would be permissible for them to celebrate it, as the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and his companions neither celebrated it nor did they distinguish it with any special acts of worship. Should such a celebration of that night be lawful, the Messenger (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) would have clarified it to the people either by word or deed. And had such a thing occurred, it would have become known and common, and the companions would have transmitted it to us. The companions passed on from their Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) everything which Muslims are in need of. Never were they negligent with regard to the religion. Indeed, they were the first to lead the way to every good. If the celebration of this night had been lawful, they would have been first to do it. The Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) also is the most sincere in guiding people. He most truly fulfilled his mission, and performed his noble duty. If the glorification and celebration of that night had something to do with Islaam, the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) would never have neglected it nor concealed it. Since nothing about this was narrated from the Messenger (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and his companions, therefore glorification and celebration of that night has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with Islaam, as Allaah has perfected for this nation its religion, completed His favor upon it and rebuked and refuted the innovators who introduce into the religion that which Allaah has not allowed. And Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala), said: {This day, I have perfected your religion for you, completed My favor upon you, and have chosen for you Islaam as your religion}, [soorah al-Maa.idah, Aayah 3]. And Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala), has also said: {Or have they partners with Allaah who have made laws for them in religion that which Allaah allowed not? And had it not been for a decisive word, the matter would have been judged between them. And verily for wrongdoers is a painful torment}, [soorah ash-Shooraa, Aayah 21]. The Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) said: ((He who innovates something in this matter of ours that is not of it will have it rejected)), [saheeh al-Bukhaaree 2697 and Saheeh Muslim 1718]. In another wording reported in Saheeh Muslim: ((He who does an act which our matter is not (in agreement) with will have it rejected)), [saheeh Muslim 18]. And in the narration of Saheeh Muslim on the authority of Jaabir (radhi-yallaahu 'anhu), who said: The Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) used to say in the Jumu'ah khutbah: ((To proceed: Indeed the best of speech is the Speech of Allaah, and the best of guidance is the Guidance of Muhammad (sal-Allaahu 'alayhe wa sallam), and the most evil of affairs are the newly invented ones, and every innovation is misguidance)), [saheeh Muslim 867]. An-Nasaa.ee added, with a good sanad: ((…and every misguidance leads to the (Hell-) Fire)), [an-Nasaa.ee, Volume 3, Page 188; Saheeh Sunan an-Nasaa.ee 1487]. It is reported in the Sunan of Abu Daawood and at-Tirmidhee that al-'Irbaadh Ibn Saariyah said: The Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) gave us a sermon by which our hearts were filled with fear and tears came to our eyes. We said, "O Messenger of Allaah, it is as though this is a farewell sermon, so counsel us." He (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) said: ((I counsel you to fear Allaah and to give absolute obedience even if a slave becomes your leader. Verily, he among you who lives (long) will see great controversy, so you must keep to my Sunnah and that of the rightly guided (in beliefs and actions) Khulafaa after me; cling to them stubbornly. Beware of newly invented matters, for every invented matter is an innovation and every innovation is going astray and every going astray is in the Hell-Fire)), [Musnad Imaam Ahmad, Volume 4, Page 126; Abu Daawood 4607; at-Tirmidhee 2676; Ibn Maajah 42; Saheeh al-Jaami' 2546]. The narrations of such meaning are numerous. And indeed it has been confirmed that the companions of the Messenger (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) as well as the early generations of pious scholars who followed, cautioned and warned against heresies and innovations. These warnings were not mentioned by them except for the fact that innnovations are unnecessary additions to the religion. Innovations are something new to Islaam which Allaah has not given permission for. Also in performing these affairs, a resemblance of the enemies of Allaah (from the Jews and Christians) occurs; in that, they added and innovated in their religions something that they had no permission from Allaah. In addition, any innovation in the religion is implied by the person performing it that Islaam is incomplete and has faults because by innovating and adding to Islaam one accuses Islaam of not being complete. This, of course, is well known to contain a great deal of gross corruption, vile actions, and a contradiction to the saying of Allaah: {This day, I have perfected your religion for you...}, [soorah al-Maa.idah, Aayah 3], ...as it is also an obvious contrast to the traditions of the Messenger (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) that caution and warn against innovations. I hope that what was mentioned from the evidences is sufficient and convincing enough for the seeker of the truth in rejecting this innovation (bid`ah) of celebrating the night of al-Israa. and al-Mi'raaj and warning against it because it has nothing to do in anyway with the religion of Islaam. Since Allaah has obligated to give Muslims sincere advice, to elucidate the Divine laws for them, and has forbidden concealing knowledge, I felt it necessary to call to attention my Muslim brothers against this innovation (bid`ah) which has spread throughout many cities so much so that the people thought it to be part of Islaam. Allaah is responsible to correct the affairs of all the Muslims and grant them success in comprehending the religion and to give us, along with them, success in holding firm to the truth, ascertaining it, and leaving what opposes it; for Allaah is Capable over all. May Allaah bless and be merciful upon His Slave and Worshipper and Messenger (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam), his family, and his companions. Shaykh Ibn Baaz Majmoo' Fataawa wa Maqaalaat Mutanawwi'ah - Volume 1, Page 188; al-Bid'u wal-Muhdathaat wa maa laa asla lahu - Page 588 NB : Moved from Basic Islamic Discussion to here by Sis Zabrina 16/8/2006
  10. Allah bestows favours and grants bounties upon His slaves during all times, to help expiate their sins, elevate their ranks and make up for their shortcomings. Allah legislated for us a month during which we observe fasting, another which we perform pilgrimage in, and one or two extra days to fast during the remaining months. He also legislated prayer during the night and the Witr prayer, the Udhiyah (eid sacrifice), and the 'Aqeeqah, (birth sacrifice) and many other virtuous deeds. All of these are ways of opening different channels for righteous deeds and methods to energise us by shifting from one form of worship to another, and therefore, not become weary, and continue to worship Allah. This is indeed a great favour from Allah upon us. Moreover, we find that any act of worship which causes the slaves to come closer to Allah is mentioned in His Book or in the Sunnah of His Prophet (SAWS). The problem is in those people who try to come close to Allah and gain His reward by looking outside these two sources, and thus, divert from the right path. The Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam said during his farewell pilgrimage,"I have left with you that, which if you adhere to, you will never go astray, the Book of Allah". Allah says that which means, "And whatever the Messenger has given you - take, and what he has forbidden you - refrain from. And fear Allah; indeed, Allah is severe in penalty." (Al-Hashr: 7) Allah dispraised the Arabs during the pre-Islamic period because they interfered in that which they had no right in, and started changing what is lawful to unlawful, and what is unlawful to lawful, and recommending that which Allah did not. They used to shift around the times of the sacred months and change the names of the months because they did not want to wait for this long period to finish. Ibn Katheer said, 'Dealing with the legislations of Allah with one's corrupt mind and reasoning, and changing the rulings of Allah according to their desires, and deeming lawful what is unlawful, were some of the things for which Allah dispraised the disbelievers'. The Arabs had also forbidden upon themselves slaughtering certain animals, by setting some laws which Allah did not legislate, so Allah dispraised them for that. Thus we know that worshipping Allah is something which is not permitted except through that which He has legislated Himself and through His messenger (SAWS) and anyone who wants to draw closer to Allah and gain His reward, love and pleasure through other channels, will get the contrary result, because Allah does not accept from people except that which He legislated for them. During this month of Rajab, which is one of the sacred months, some Muslims have some wrong practices through which they intend to come closer to Allah and gain His forgiveness, love and pleasure. But they seek that through acts of worship which He did not permit nor legislate, and although they are seeking something good, they do not achieve it. The point is not only in having a sincere and good intention, but the deed itself must be legitimate, or else it will be rejected. Who dare say that a deed is rejected by Allah? Who told him that the deed is rejected? The one who told us this is the truthful Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) who said: "He who introduces any deed into our matter (Islam) which is not from it then it is rejected." (Bukhari & Muslim) 'Aa'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, narrated that the Prophet (SAWS) said: "He who performs any deed which is not according to what we are upon (i.e., the Prophet and his Companions) then it is rejected." (Muslim). Therefore, any deed which is not in accordance with what Islam has come with is rejected. One of the practices during the month of Rajab which was done during the pre-Islamic period, is to offer sacrifices and call it 'Far'a and 'Ateerah. The Muslims scholars said Islam voided this practice. Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated that the Prophet (SAWS) said: "No Fara'. No 'Ateerah." (Bukhari & Muslim) Ar-Raghaa'ib prayer is another thing which people innovated which was never legislated by Allah nor His Messenger (SAWS). The scholars said, 'There is no authentic Hadith regarding a special prayer during the month of Rajab, and all the narrations concerning Ar-Raghaa'ib prayer are fabricated lies'. They also said, 'This prayer was innovated after the fourth century and was never known before that, and no one from the scholars during the first virtuous generations ever mentioned it.' People fast all the month of Rajab although there is no authentic Hadith in this regard and so this practice should be abandoned. On the other hand, those who are in the habit of fasting regularly, even in during other months, may fast. Moreover, the Prophet (SAWS) never fasted any month in full other than Ramadan, as narrated by 'Aa'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, 'The Prophet used to fast so much until we would think that he always fasts, and would stop fasting until we would think that he never fasts. I never saw the Prophet fast a full month except during Ramadan, and he never fasted more than fasting during the month of Sha'baan.' (Bukhari & Muslim) It was narrated that 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with him, used to hit men's hands until they would start using them to eat during the month of Rajab, and he would say, 'What is the virtue of Rajab? It is a month which the people during the pre-Islamic period used to honour, but when Islam came, people gave this up.' Abu Bakrah, may Allah be pleased with him, saw his household preparing during the month of Rajab, and said to them, 'Did you make Rajab like Ramadan?'. Then he threw the baskets and broke the cups. Another innovation is what they call the Rajabiyyah, which is a 'Umrah during Rajab which has no evidence proving it. As a mater of fact, the only month during which 'Umrah would have a certain prescribed reward is the month of Ramadan. The Prophet (SAWS) said: "'Umrah during Ramadan, equals performing Hajj", in another narration he said, "Equals Hajj with me." Therefore, anyone who performs 'Umrah during Rajab for the sake of Rajab has committed a mistake. Moreover, the Prophet (SAWS) never performed 'Umrah during Rajab even though he has performed 'Umrah four times. A Muslim should know that if he seeks the pleasure of Allah, and wants to adhere to obedience, he would find many acts to perform, so there is no need to add to what the Prophet instructed us to do; let us perform what he (SAWS) taught us, and he who does that, is guaranteed to succeed and prosper in this life and the Hereafter. Ibn Mas'ood said, 'Imitate and do not innovate'. Therefore, we should not add anything to the religion baselessly, and we should adhere to the Sunnah of the Prophet (SAWS). Some of the scholars said, 'Sunnah is like to Noah's Ark, anyone who sticks to it would be rescued.' [summarized from an article by Sa'eed 'Awadh] INNOVATION ALERT - al-Israa wal-Mi'raaj Concerning the Prophet Muhammad's (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) night journey (al-Israa.) from al-Masjid al-Haraam (Makkah) to al-Masjid al-Aqsaa (al-Quds (Jerusalem)) and then to the heavens (al-Mi'raaj) - the Imaam, the 'Allaamah Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez ibn Baaz (rahima-hullaah) said: "This date on which al-Israa. and al-Mi'raaj occurred has not been established in the authentic ahaadeeth, neither during the month of Rajab nor in any other month. All that has been mentioned concerning the date of occurence of al-Israa. and al-Mi'raaj is deemed among the scholars of hadeeth to be unauthentic. Indeed, Allaah has great Wisdom in causing the people to forget the date of its occurrence. However, even if its date was confirmed, it would nonetheless be impermissible for the Muslims to distinguish that night from other nights by doing anything from among the acts of worship. Neither it would be permissible for them to celebrate it, as the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and his companions neither celebrated it nor did they distinguish it with any special acts of worship." [Majmoo' Fataawa wa Maqaalaat Mutanawwi'ah - Volume 1, Page 188; al-Bid'u wal-Muhdathaat wa maa laa asla lahu - Page 588] Please note, amongst the innovators, the date of 26 Rajab 1423 (Thursday 3 October 2002) has been allocated for the innovative practices pertaining to al-Israa. and al-Mi'raaj.
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