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  1. Rate Our Campaign On Gaza Massacre 2009

    :sl: I made a comment, and I was disabled from the forum for it. YOU yourself let your emotions overwhelm you, so you didn't even want to try and UNDERSTAND the point I was making. Instead you made ASSUMPTIONS and JUDGMENTS on me and others and acted irrationally. In all my time on this forum I haven't seen any consistency in you whatsoever, dot. Previously, you have warned me on another account for having -what you may see as- extremist views and discussing jihad. Now you warn me for not being extreme enough for you? (Although that was not the case AT ALL). I'll give you some feedback, you don't have to take it on board if you don't want to - in fact if you don't like this post you can always disable me can't you? If your aim was to cover the massacre, congratulations, you did that. Ok, now what? You covered the massacre; how exactly has this helped the people who are being slaughtered? I mean, if your objective was to cover the massacre then it's a success; but I don't see how that is supporting the Muslims in Gaza (or anywhere else in the world). Ok, I can think of two objectives you could have had by covering the massacre: 1 - to cover the massacre in order awaken the Muslims, to encourage them to do something about it. 2 - to cover the massacre in order to show the world how evil israel is, and bring the people against israel. The first objective wasn't fulfilled. The covering of the massacre did bring out Muslim emotions, but how were Muslims encouraged to do something about the situation? I'm not talking about encouraging Muslims to write to government or the UN and waste time expecting the disbelievers to do something about it. As for the second objective, people already know how evil israel is - probably more so now because of the media coverage on what happened, and the forum covered that well. But that again isn't going to help the people of Gaza. I think the events that took place have clearly showed us that the only solution to the suffering in Gaza (and in the world), are going to come from Muslims themselves. When Muslims start obeying Allah and fulfilling their responsibilities to Him, then Allah will assist them (I'm not just talking about Gaza, I'm talking about the entire Muslim population all around the world). The massacre on the Muslims isn't just limited to a physical massacre, it's far beyond that. We are living in a time where the disbelievers can do and say what they want and all we Muslims do is make some noise, is this going to get us anywhere? Is this going to bring us back to the days where the Muslims ruled over the world and struck fear into the hearts of the disbelievers? You know it isn't, so why don't we instead look at the bigger picture here and go to the root of the problem (the problem being, we Muslims). Not only are they slaughtering Muslims physically, but they have control over the way we think - we have adopted the disbeliever way of seeing life. If we truly believed and thought like believers we would consider the verses: Say: "Nothing will happen to us except what Allah has decreed for us: He is our protector": and on Allah let the Believers put their trust. Say: "Can you expect for us (any fate) other than one of two glorious things- (Martyrdom or victory)? But we can expect for you either that Allah will send his punishment from Himself, or by our hands. So wait (expectant); we too will wait with you." [9:51-52] The coverage of the massacre convinced me of one thing; if this can happen to us then we are certainly doing something wrong. This isn't my opinion, this is the conclusion that any Muslim who has read the Qur'an should come to. Did Allah not say in the Qur'an that He will help the believers? Then ask yourself; why is it that we Muslims are in such a state? It's because we aren't worthy of His help, we aren't even worthy of being called Muslim. If Allah helps you, none can overcome you: If He forsakes you, who is there, after that, that can help you? in Allah, then, Let believers put their trust. [3:160] Why do we not on this forum promote the true teachings of Islaam. Why do we not have a campaign calling people back to the Qur'an and the teachings of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihi wassallam. If we studied the life of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihi wassallam, if we knew the life of the companions, we would have the solution to our problems, and we would know what is required of us. The enemies of Allah aren't going to be defeated by our words, they will only be defeated when the Muslims return to their religion and fight them. As a forum why don't we make that clear, and leave no room for doubt? You are the forum administrator, you have the ability to spread this and call to this. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihi wassallam has told us why we will be in this state, and also gave us the solution: "It is expected that the nations will call each other from all horizons, as diners calling each other to feast from a platter of food in front of them." A person asked the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wassallam would that be because of our small number that day. The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wassallam said, "No, but you will be rubbish like the rubbish of flood water. Allah will put Wahn into your hearts and remove the fear from the hearts of your enemies because of your love for the world and your hate of death". In another narration it was said: "and what is the Wahn, O messenger of Allah?" He sallallahu alaihi wassallam said: "love of the world and the hate for fighting."­ [Ahmad & Abu Daud] Also It has also been narrated on the authority of Ibn `Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wassallam) said: “If you deal in usury and hang unto the tails of cows, being satisfied with cultivation and ceasing to take part in Jihad, Allah will inflict a humiliation upon you which will not be removed until you return to your religion.†(Reported by Ahmad and Abu Dawud and graded as authentic by Al-Qattān, and Al-Hafiz states in Al-Bulugh that the chain of narrators are trustworthy and reliable.) The two ahadith explain things very clearly, and as Muslims (and as a community on this forum) if we firstly understood WHY we are in this situation, we can then work to get ourselves out of it. But if people are just going to say israel this America that we aren't going to do anything... We already know what israel is all about; now let's ask ourselves how we Muslims could let this happen, and how we are going to change our situation so this never happens again. These are my thoughts on the situation, and if you had let me explain myself instead of disabling me from the forum, you'd know that I am in fact someone who does care. You may think that there is another solution to the problem; that's fine - but I don't see how what I believe makes me care any less than you do.
  2. Creation Of An Islamic State

    :sl: I'm not sure what Yusha Evans has to do with any of this; could you please explain why you have sent him this letter? What exactly do you want him to do? If you could summarize the point you are trying to make, so less intelligent people like myself could understand, I'd appreciate it because to be honest I'm lost. In your first post you seem to be inclined towards the creation of an Islamic state, then in your last post the conclusion states:
  3. Abdullah Azzam

  4. The Punishment Of Apostate

    Ok brother :sl: Assalaamu alaikum ~
  5. The Punishment Of Apostate

    Volume # 1 section # 1: Neglecting of Salah Neglecting Salah is a great sin and leads a man to kufr. Some of the Ullima hold the opinion that the one who does not pray is a kaafir. Al-Mundhiri [Rahimahullah], narrated At-Targheeb wal-Tarheeb, that the majority of the Sahabah held this opinion and from them where: ‘Umar bin Khattab, ‘Ali bin Abi Talib, AbdurRahman ibn ‘Awf, Muaadh ibn Jabal, Abu Hurayrah ‘Abdullah ibn Masud, ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbaas, Jabir ibn ‘Abdullah and Abu Dardaa’ [may Allah be pleased with them all]. He said: apart from the Sahabah, it was also the opinion of many of the Tabieen and tabatabieen like al-Hasan al-Basri, Ishaaq ibn Raahawayh, ‘Abdullah ibn al-Mubaarak, al-Nakha’i, al-Hakam ibn ‘Utaybah, Ayyoob al-Sakhtayaani, Abu Dawud, Abu Bakr ibn Abi Shaybah, Zuhayr ibn Harb, al-Sha’bi, al-Oozaa’i and Muhammad ibn al-Hasan; it was also reported from Imaam Ahmad bin Hanbal [may Allah have mercy on all of them all]. and is indicated by the hadith of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam): “All that stands between a person and kufr is his not praying.†[Reported by Imaam Muslim in his Sahih, Imaam Ahmad, Abu Dawud and Ibn Maajah as Sahih]. Others have held the opinion that the one who does not pray is not a kaafir if he believes that pray is obligatory and he doesn’t refuse the prayer, this is the opinion of Imaam Abu Hanifah, Malik, and Ash-Shafi [may Allah have mercy on all of them all]. However, according to both opinions, if a person insists on not praying, he should be asked three times to repent, and if he openly refuses, then his fate will be execution under an Islamic state to stop the spread of this sin. Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyah [Rahamahullah], said about this matter that there should be no confusion about this mater and there is only one opinion, all the Imaams are really in agreement on this matter. He explained “In the case of one who believes that prayer is obligatory yet still persists in not praying, the fuqahaa’ who have studied the matter in detail mentioned a number of points: If the person believes in his heart that prayer is obligatory, this will not allow him to persist in not doing it until he is executed. Such a thing is not known among the sons of Adam, and has never happened in Islam. It is unheard of for a person to believe that it is obligatory and to be told, “If you do not pray we will execute you†and then to persist in not doing it even though he believes it is obligatory. This has never happened in the history of Islam. When a person refrains from praying until he is executed, he does not really believe in his heart that it is obligatory and was not doing it, so he is a kaafir, according to the consensus of the Muslims, as it was stated in many reports that the Sahaabah would consider such a person to be a kaafir. This is also indicated by the Sahih hadith of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam); “All that stands between a person and kufr is his not praying.†[Reported by Imaam Muslim in his Sahih, Imaam Ahmad, Abu Dawud and Ibn Maajah as Sahih]. And “The covenant that separates us from them is prayer, and whoever gives up prayer has become a kaafir.†[it was narrated by Imaam Ahmad, Abu Dawud, at-Tirmidhi, an-Nisa’i and Ibn Majah]. ‘Abdullah ibn Shaqeeq said: “the Sahahba did not think that giving up any deed would make a person a kaafir – apart from giving up prayer.†[Majmoo’ al-Fataawa, 22/47-49] Imaam Muhammad bin `Uthman ad-Dhahabi [Rahamahullah], Quotes that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam), mentioning the prayer and said: If anyone keeps to it, it will be light, evidence and salvation for him on the Day of Resurrection. But if anyone does not keep to it, it will not be light, evidence and salvation for him on the Day of Resurrection, and on that Day he will be associated with Qaroon, Pharaoh, Hamaan and Ubayy bin Khalaf (an enemy of Islam from among the Quraysh). [Narrated by Imaam Ahmad, Tabrani, and Ibn Hibban] Ibn Al-Qayyim [Rahamahullah], explained: The person who abandons prayer will be raised with such a foursome because his neglect of player may be due to his involvement with his property, his country, his administrative work or his trade. Therefore, if he was involved with his property he will be resurrected with Qaroon; if with his country, then with Pharaoh; if with his administrative work, then with Hamaan; and if with his trade then with Ubayy bin Khalaf, the trader among the disbelievers of Makkah. Other sayings of Sahabah who considered completely neglecting of Salah as disbelief When `Ali (Radhiallaahu Án) was asked about a woman who did not pray, he said: "The one who does not pray is a disbeliever." [Narrated by Imaam Tirmidhi and Hakim] Ibn Mas`ood (Radhiallaahu Án) said: "The one who abandons the prayer has no religion." Shaikh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen write in his book “Risaalah fi Hukm Taarik al-Salaah†Imaam Ahmad said that the one who does not pray because of laziness is a kaafir. This is the more correct view and is that indicated by the evidence of the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger, and by the words of the Salaf and the proper understanding. Among the evidence to be found in the Quran is: The ayah (interpretation of the meaning): “But if they repent [by rejecting Shirk (polytheism) and accept Islamic Monotheism], perform As-Salaat (Iqaamat-as-Salaat) and give Zakaat, then they are your brethren in religion.†[Quran 9:11] and Allah also says (interpretation of the meaning): “Then, there has succeeded them a posterity who have given up As-Salaat (the prayers) and have followed lusts. So they will be thrown in Hell. Except those who repent and believe and work righteousness. Such will enter Paradise and they will not be wronged in aught.†[Quran 19:59-60] The evidence derived from this ayah is that Allah referred to those who neglect the prayer and follow their desires, Except those who repent and believe, which indicates that at the time when they are neglecting their prayers and following their desires, they are not believers. The evidence of the Sunnah that proves that the one who neglects the prayer is a kaafir includes the hadith Jabir ibn Abdullah (RadhiAllaahu 'anhu) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) said: “Between a man and shirk and kufr there stands his neglect of the prayer.†[sahih Muslim in Kitab al-Imaan] And It was narrated that Buraydah ibn al-Husayb (RadhiAllaahu 'anhu) said: I heard Rasulullah (Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) say: ‘The covenant that distinguishes between us and them is the prayer, and whoever neglects it has disbelieved (become a kaafir).†[it was narrated by Imaam Ahmad, Abu Dawud, at-Tirmidhi, an-Nisa’i and Ibn Majah]. There is also the hadith of ‘Awf ibn Maalik (RadhiAllaahu 'anhu) according to which Rasulullah (Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) said: “The best of your leaders are those whom you love and who love you, who pray for you and you pray for them. The worst of your leaders are those whom you hate and who hate you, and you send curses on them and they send curses on you.†He was asked, “O Rasulullah (Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) should we not fight them by the sword?†He said, “Not as long as they are establishing prayer amongst you.†This hadith indicates that those in authority should be opposed and fought if they do not establish prayer, but it is not permissible to oppose and fight them unless they make a blatant show of kufr and we have evidence from Allah that what they are doing is indeed kufr. ‘Ubaadah ibn al-Saamit said: Rasulullah (Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) called us and we gave bay’ah (oath of allegiance) to him. Among the things that we pledged to do was to listen and obey him both when we felt enthusiastic and when we were disinclined to act, both at times of difficulty and times of ease, and at times when others were given preference over us, and that we would not oppose those in authority. He said: ‘unless they made a blatant show of kufr and you have evidence from Allah that what they are doing is indeed kufr.’†[narrated in the two Sahih books al-Bukhari and Muslim]. On this basis, their neglecting the prayer, for which Rasulullah (Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) said we should oppose them and fight them by the sword, constitutes an act of blatant kufr for which we have evidence from Allah that it is indeed kufr. So it is clear that the person who totally leaves the prayer with no excuse is a kaafir who is beyond the fold of Islam, on the basis of this evidence. This is the correct view according to Imaam Ahmad, and it is one of the two opinions narrated from ash-Shafi, as was mentioned by Ibn Katheer in his tafseer of the aayah (interpretation of the meaning): “Then, there has succeeded them a posterity who have given up As-Salaat (the prayers) [i.e. made their Salaat (prayers) to be lost, either by not offering them or by not offering them perfectly or by not offering them in their proper fixed times] and have followed lusts†[Quran 19:59] And Allah knows best. [Al-Sharh al-Mumti’ ‘ala Zaad al-Mustanqi’, 2/26]
  6. The Punishment Of Apostate

    :sl: Allah knows best. I can't see how someone who believes in Allah could not perform prayer out of laziness. Especially if that person knows that prayer is obligatory. (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 yetIslam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/en/ref/2182"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetIslam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/en/ref/2182[/url]
  7. Regarding Qazaa Prayer

    Repentance for neglecting prayer I am 38 years old man. till the age of 25 I did'nt prayed. please advice me what I have to do for this? Praise be to Allaah. Remember how Allaah has blessed you by bringing you back to Islam after you have been neglecting salaah, and keep on doing the prayers at the right times. Do more naafil (supererogatory or extra) prayers to make up for the fard (obligatory) prayers that you have missed, as was advised in the saheeh hadeeth narrated by Hurayth ibn Qubaysah, who said: “I came to Madeenah and prayed, ‘O Allaah, send me a righteous companion.’ I went and sat with Abu Hurayrah and said: ‘I asked Allaah to bless me with a righteous companion; tell me a hadeeth that you heard from the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), so that I may benefit therefrom.’ He said: ‘I heard the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) say that the first thing for which a person will be brought to account on the Day of Resurrection will be his prayer. If it is sound, he will be successful, and if it is lacking in any way, he will be doomed. If his obligatory prayers are lacking, the Lord will say: “Look and see whether My slave has any voluntary prayers which may be used to make up what is lacking in his obligatory prayers.†Then all his deeds will be examined and dealt with in the same way.’†(Reported by al-Tirmidhi, no. 413; see also Saheeh al-Jaami’, 2020). Abu Dawood reported from Anas ibn Hakeem al-Dabbi that he came to Madeenah and met Abu Hurayrah. He said: “He asked me about my lineage so I told him about it, then he said: ‘O young man, shall I not tell you a hadeeth?’ I said, ‘Of course, may Allaah have mercy on you,’ and I think he mentioned it from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). He said: ‘The first thing that people will be asked about on the Day of Resurrection will be their prayers. Our Lord will say to His angels (although He knows best): “Look at My slave’s prayers: are they complete or is something lacking?†If they are complete, they will be recorded as such, but if something is lacking, He will say: “Look and see if My slave has any voluntary prayers to his credit.†If this proves to be the case, He will say: “Make up his (missing) obligatory prayers with his voluntary prayers.†Then the rest of his deeds will be dealt with in the same manner.’†(Saheeh al-Jaami’, 2571) Islam Q&A Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid (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 yetIslam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/en/ref/610"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetIslam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/en/ref/610[/url]
  8. The Punishment Of Apostate

    :sl: The opinion above is based on the Qur'aan and sunnah. I haven't seen what Imam Abu Haneefah says about this, if you could point me towards the Hanafi view I would appreciate it. Yes, you have told me that the Hanafi view is that the one who neglects salah may not be considered to be out of the folds of Islaam, but you haven't provided the evidence. Either way, this isn't an issue to spend much time discussing because the one who does not pray without an excuse is someone we shouldn't be mixing with.
  9. [fatwa]making Pork Pie For Christian Grandma

    This is absolutely ridiculous, dot. If you don't have evidence to back up what you said then delete your post instead of causing confusion.
  10. The Punishment Of Apostate

    :sl: Also I'd like to point out that the post I made was copied and pasted from the source I gave at the end of the post. It was not written by myself.
  11. The Punishment Of Apostate

    :sl: The issue of "neglecting prayer out of laziness" is answered (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 yetIslam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/en/ref/5208"]here[/url]. Although, this isn't what the topic starter was asking about.
  12. Should I Believe? Weak Muslim Needs Help.

    :sl: This here is the problem; if you knew what Allah requires from you, you would not be saying this. You are required to pray 5 times a day, this is the command of Allah - what is worse than disobeying the command of Allah? Also, you say that you don't feel anything when you pray, this is because you are lacking sincerity. How can you become more sincere in your worship? Think about all the blessings Allah has given you... all that you have to be grateful for, things that you take for granted. And He giveth you of all that ye ask for. But if ye count the favours of Allah, never will ye be able to number them. Verily, man is given up to injustice and ingratitude. [14:34] Take time in your worship, make sure that you actually understand what you are saying; it shouldn't be just movement. When we are in salah, we are in contact with Allah, the thought of this should humble us and make us concentrate. Most importantly we need to remember Allah as much as we can, and more. We need to make duaa to Allah and ask for His help, and get closer to Allah. So my advice to you (and others, including myself) would be to try and remember Allah more whether it be in thought, reading Qur'an, seeking knowledge, praying etc. But definitely, try and read more Qur'an, I think that would be the first step to take, and remember Allah more. Just to get you started here is a surah from the Qur'an (Surah 74), which sends shivers down my spine: 1. O thou wrapped up (in the mantle)! 2. Arise and deliver thy warning! 3. And thy Lord do thou magnify! 4. And thy garments keep free from stain! 5. And all abomination shun! 6. Nor expect, in giving, any increase (for thyself)! 7. But, for thy Lord's (Cause), be patient and constant! 8. Finally, when the Trumpet is sounded, 9. That will be- that Day - a Day of Distress,- 10. Far from easy for those without Faith. 11. Leave Me alone, (to deal) with the (creature) whom I created (bare and) alone!- 12. To whom I granted resources in abundance, 13. And sons to be by his side!- 14. To whom I made (life) smooth and comfortable! 15. Yet is he greedy-that I should add (yet more);- 16. By no means! For to Our Signs he has been refractory! 17. Soon will I visit him with a mount of calamities! 18. For he thought and he plotted;- 19. And woe to him! How he plotted!- 20. Yea, Woe to him; How he plotted!- 21. Then he looked round; 22. Then he frowned and he scowled; 23. Then he turned back and was haughty; 24. Then said he: "This is nothing but magic, derived from of old; 25. "This is nothing but the word of a mortal!" 26. Soon will I cast him into Hell-Fire! 27. And what will explain to thee what Hell-Fire is? 28. Naught doth it permit to endure, and naught doth it leave alone!- 29. Darkening and changing the colour of man! 30. Over it are Nineteen. 31. And We have set none but angels as Guardians of the Fire; and We have fixed their number only as a trial for Unbelievers,- in order that the People of the Book may arrive at certainty, and the Believers may increase in Faith,- and that no doubts may be left for the People of the Book and the Believers, and that those in whose hearts is a disease and the Unbelievers may say, "What symbol doth Allah intend by this ?" Thus doth Allah leave to stray whom He pleaseth, and guide whom He pleaseth: and none can know the forces of thy Lord, except He and this is no other than a warning to mankind. 32. Nay, verily: By the Moon, 33. And by the Night as it retreateth, 34. And by the Dawn as it shineth forth,- 35. This is but one of the mighty (portents), 36. A warning to mankind,- 37. To any of you that chooses to press forward, or to follow behind;- 38. Every soul will be (held) in pledge for its deeds. 39. Except the Companions of the Right Hand. 40. (They will be) in Gardens (of Delight): they will question each other, 41. And (ask) of the Sinners: 42. "What led you into Hell Fire?" 43. They will say: "We were not of those who prayed; 44. "Nor were we of those who fed the indigent; 45. "But we used to talk vanities with vain talkers; 46. "And we used to deny the Day of Judgment, 47. "Until there came to us (the Hour) that is certain." 48. Then will no intercession of (any) intercessors profit them. 49. Then what is the matter with them that they turn away from admonition?- 50. As if they were affrighted ######, 51. Fleeing from a lion! 52. Forsooth, each one of them wants to be given scrolls (of revelation) spread out! 53. By no means! But they fear not the Hereafter, 54. Nay, this surely is an admonition: 55. Let any who will, keep it in remembrance! 56. But none will keep it in remembrance except as Allah wills: He is the Lord of Righteousness, and the Lord of Forgiveness.
  13. Are You Gooder At Grammar?

    :sl: No I aren't the kind of person who dose jokes.
  14. Stories Of The Prophets [cd Set]

    :sl: Oh right! My mistake! :sl: Apologies.
  15. Are You Gooder At Grammar?

    :sl: Oh aunty, your so funnied!