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  1. Q: My question is regarding Iblis. If anyone knows Allah well, it's probably Iblis. What I don't understand is with all the knowledge and experience he has of Allah why is he not scared of the punishment of the hellfire. Why does he not seek Allah’s forgiveness and repent, and if he did will Allah not forgive him? A: The criteria for acceptance by Allah Ta'ala is not intelligence, instead the criteria for acceptance by Allah Ta'ala is good intentions and righteous works (after bringing Imaan). The Hadith explains that Allah Ta'ala does not look at your outer appearance and wealth, instead H
  2. Q: I heard that to read Salaah in the last saff of janaza is most rewarding. If yes, what is the evidence of which saff is most rewarding? A: Yes. The reason for this is that the janaazah Salaah is in reality a dua (an intercession) to Allah Ta'ala to forgive the sins of the deceased. The intercession of the one who displays the most amount of humility receives the greatest reward. Naturally the one who is at the end outwardly seems to be the most humble. And Allah Ta'ala (الله تعالى) knows best. وخير صفوف الرجال أولها في غير جنازة (الدر المختار 1/570) وأفضل صفوفها آخرها إظهارا للتواضح
  3. Q: Once I was Imam of Esha prayer, my wudhu broke after the second rakat. I did not know what to do, so I completed the namaz. Now what do I do? There were 11 people behind me. A: The namaaz will have to be repeated. You should inform all those who performed Salaah behind you to repeat their Salaah. And Allah Ta'ala (الله تعالى) knows best. ( وينقضه خروج ) كل خارج ( نجس ) بالفتح ويكسر ( منه ) أي من المتوضىء الحي معتادا أو لا من السبيلين أو لا ( إلى ما يطهر ) بالبناء للمفعول أي يلحقه حكم التطهير (الدر المختار 1/134) الباب الثالث في شروط الصلاة وهي عندنا سبعة الطهارة من الأحداث ... الخ (
  4. Q: I wanted to ask on behalf of my mum. She reads namaaz and she reads while seated on a chair. She had a back operation and she can't bend down and her back has metal plates put in. Is it allowed that she does namaaz while seated on a chair with the musallah on the floor and performing namaaz with actions? A: It is permissible for her to perform Salaah in this way. And Allah Ta'ala (الله تعالى) knows best. ولو كان يصلي قاعدا ينبغي أن يحاذي جبهته قدام ركبتيه ليحصل الركوع (ردالمحتار1/447) ( باب صلاة المريض ) ( إذا تعذر وهو الحقيقي ومثله الحكمي ذكره فقال ( أو تعسر ) كل القيام ( بوجود ألم ش
  5. what a good news , Alhamdulillah . May Allah grants what is best for them .
  6. ok , how to give order for this book ? In'sha Allah i will forward the link to my relatives who live in UK.
  7. may Allah makes it easy for them ; may Allah cures the sick daughter and makes the kidney transplant successful . Ameen , Ameen , Ameen
  8. hahah . so hard to do that . Now a days if asked , how are u , ans is like that : let's ask google lol.
  9. Question asalaam aleiqum, the ayat of fasting is it been sent to the umma,muslims , or beleivers of islam jazaaka ALLAH KHEIRAN Answer Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh. Fasting is an act of worship (ibadat). It is one of the Fundamental Principles (Pillars) of Islam. Allah Subhana wa Ta’Ala says:[1]”Oh you who believe fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed to those before you that you may attain Taqwa (God-Fearing).” Allah Subhana wa Ta’Ala says Oh you who believe.
  10. Question Do you have to do sixty consecutive days of fasting for a single intentionally broken or missed fast? What if someone when he was young, but has reached puberty, did not take his deen seriously and broke around thirty fasts intentionally over the years or did not keep some fast intentionally? Does that mean sixty days of consecutive fast for each broken or missed fast? Answer In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykumwa-rahmatullāhiwa-barakātuh. If a Muslim deliberately breaks his fast during Ramadan with no justifiable reas
  11. yes , it's the law here . Law makers thought it will the protect the rights of women .
  12. In'shaAllah will share the stories in other forums.
  13. in Bangladesh , without the written permission of 1st wife , a man can't take another wife - even if woman is sick or may be she lives in separation for years . Thus men take secret wives or having illicit relations. may Allah protects Muslims from haram relationships.
  14. in Bangladesh , many ( if not most ) people celebrate Pahela Baisakh ( first day of bangla calendar ) . It has become one of the greatest festivals here . To justify the celebration , often people give reference of Nowruz . So sad .
  15. Fiqh of I'tikaaf I'TIKAAF means to enter the Masjid with the Niyyat of residing therein. (MU'TAKIF: One who makes I'TIKAAF). PURPOSE OF I'TIKAAF The basic purpose of I`tikaaf is that the heart gets attached to Allah and, with it, one attains inner composure and serenity; and pre-occupation with the mundane things of life ceases, and focus on the eternal reality develops in its place. And such a state is reached in which all fears, hopes and apprehensions are superseded by love, devotion, and remembrance of Allah. Rasulullah P.B.U.H. always observed I`tikaaf and the Muslims have on
  16. Q: Is the responsibility of Zakat a strictly individual responsibility or can it be joint say in the case of husbands and wives? May 28, 2013 Q: Is the responsibility of Zakat a strictly individual responsibility or can it be joint say in the case of husbands and wives? الجواب حامدا ومصليا ومسلما ومنه الصدق والصواب A: Zakat is strictly a personal obligation. Even in jointly owned wealth the obligation of zakat remains personal. Thus, if a husband and wife jointly own a zakatable asset, zakat will only be payable for each if his/her ownership proportion reaches the level of nisab,
  17. Is it permissible to give Zakah to someone in the form of food vouchers instead of cash? January 21, 2013 Q: Is it permissible to give Zakah to someone in the form of food vouchers instead of cash? الجواب حامدا ومصليا ومنه الصدق والصواب A: It is permissible to give food vouchers instead of cash. However, the Zakah will only be discharged once the recipient receives the food. A food voucher is an assignment of debt against the issuer of the food voucher (food provider) and is not wealth in itself. Thus, the receipt of the food voucher by the recipient does not discharge the obliga
  18. "The one who hates something Islamic is a disbeliever." --Shaikh Ibn Uthaymeen (rahimahullah) (Source: Liqa Al Bab Al Maftuh 105)
  19. The person who makes fun of others is oftentimes worse than them. To make fun of people only springs from a heart that is full of bad characters." --Shaikh As-Sa'di (rahimahullah) (Taysir-ul-Kari­m, p. 801)
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