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  1. No he is not a scholar, just a student of knowledge But I think he can make a lot of contribution in Maliki fiqh discussion
  2. What is Tasawwuf (Sufism)? Are those who follow it on a different religion than islam or is it a different sect within islam? Why even using such term if the Prophet ﷺ or the Sahabah (may Allah be pleased with them) never used it themselves? I felt obliged to make this post due to the amount of ignorance and confusions people have regarding Tasawwuf. This post, if Allah wills, will clear up some of the confusions. *Note that I only intend to briefly explain this topic and not its entirety.* To begin with, there are many theories regarding the origin of the word tasawwuf puril
  3. Bo I'm not a Scholar, nor I am familiar with Maliki fiqh rulings but I can ask my friend if you want to?
  4. [matn ibn Ashir, a Maliki fiqh book]
  5. وعلیکم السلام ورحمة الله وبركاته Thank you, Ameen It's from matn ibn Ashir, a Maliki fiqh book
  6. Mufti Muhammad Shafi Explaning following incident with Shaykh al-Hind Moulānā Mahmūd al-Hasan Someone once asked Shaykh al-Hind about the hadith: “The Prophet ﷺ has said that Satan does not pass the road which is used by 'Umar." Because the same or similar was not said in relation to the Prophet ﷺ or Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه), the question naturally arises as to why Satan should have feared Umar (رضي الله عنه) alone, even though both the Prophet ﷺ and Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه) enjoyed a higher status than him. Mufti Muhammad Shafi' said that in responding to any kind of critical questio
  7. Why do we follow the Madhahib of the 4 Imams and not the Sahabah directly? Imam al-Juwayni رحمه الله said: "There is an agreement between the muhaqiqun (researchers/verifiers) that the ordinary/common muslims should not adhere [directly] to the Madhab of any particular Sahabi. Rather it is necessary for them to follow the Madhahib of the Imams who researched, analysed, formulated chapters, mentioned issues that clarify and were exposed to the Madhahib of their predecessors. The reason for this is that the predecessors, despite the fact that they are an example in religio
  8. Principles of Tasawwuf: 308: Strive against the lower self for the sake of the Lord of the Worlds and be endowed with the stations of certainty: 309: fear (Allah), hope (in Allah), thankfulness (to Allah), patience (with trials and staying away from sins), repentance, abstinence (preferring Allah over this dunya), dependence (on Allah), contentment (with the decree of Allah), and love (for Allah).
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