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■ Question: The sunnah before 'Asr prayer, is it recommended❓ ■ Answer: The Prophet [ﷺ], did not pray anything before the 'Asr prayer, but he used to pray two or four rakah sunnah before Dhuhr prayer and also after it (after fardh), he used to pray two rakah sunnah after Maghrib prayer, two rakah after 'Isha and two before Fajr. While before the 'Asr, Maghrib and 'Isha prayer, he did'nt use to pr ...
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al-Hāfidh Ibn Abdul-Barr (may Allah have mercy on him), said: “By consensus of scholars of fiqh and hadeeth, the faith is with words on the tongue and actions, the good deed is not accepted except with a pure intention, and they say that the faith increases with actions of worship and it decreases with sins, and all actions of worship are from faith.” “at-Tamhīd”; [9/238] ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Trans ...
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Abu Ja'far Muhammad bin Ali said: “By Allah, for iblees the death of an islamic scholar (ālim) is more loved to him than the death of seventy worshippers.” [Sifatus-Safwah; 2/458] He also said: “The islamic scholar with his knowledge, he benefits more than one thousand worshippers (with their little knowledge).” [Tahdhību Hilyatil-Awliyā'; 1/507] ════════════════ Translated by: Abdullah Avdyli
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Sufyān ath-Thawri said: “Bad deeds are illness, and the scholars are cure, so if the scholars are degenerated, then who would treat the illness?!”. • Tahdhību Hilyatil-Awliyā' [2/362] • ════════════════ Translated by: Abdullah Avdyli
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It is narrated that 'Abdul-Malik bin Marwān drank cold water, and he interrupted his drinking and wept. People asked, “Why do you weep, O Amir Al-Mu'minin?”. He said: “I remembered the thirst of the Day of Judgment, and remembered the inhabitants of Hell-fire and how they are deprived of cold drinks”, then he recited the verse: “He will gulp it but will hardly [be able to] swallow it.” [IBRAHIM: ...
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Allah has described some people as kaafir because of things that they have said. Allah (تعالى) says: “Surely, in disbelief are they who say that Allah is the Messiah, son of Maryam”. [AL-MA'IDAH: 72] And He (تعالى) says: “Surely, disbelievers are those who said: “Allah is the third of the three”. [AL-MA'IDAH: 73] These are words that in and of themselves constitute major kufr, and the fact that ...
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■ The Final Words of Abu Sahl Kathir bin Ziyad al-Basri Abdullah ibn Shawdhab said, “It was said to Abu Sahl Kathir al-Basri - when he was drawing close to death - 'Leave us with an advice.' So he said, “Sell your dunya for your hereafter and by Allah you will win in them both. Do not sell your hereafter for your dunya, for then you will be at a loss - by Allah - in both.” ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ ■ “Th ...
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But sins which constitute kufr — such as associating others with Allah (shirk), worshipping idols, offering sacrifices to them, insulting Allah (تعالى), insulting the Messenger (ﷺ), showing disrespect towards the Mus-haf, etc — are major sins which also constitute major kufr, regardless of whether the one who does them believes them to be permissible or not. This is according to the consensus of t ...
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Dawood ibn Abi Hind fasted for forty years and no one knew about it. He would take his lunch and go out to his shop, and he would give his lunch in charity on his way. The people of the market would think that he had eaten at home and his family would think that he had eaten in the market. ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ ■ “al-Mud-hish” [pg. 420] ■ Author: Ibn Al-Jawzi 
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Ibn Abi Dunyā also narrated (through a chain of narrators) that 'Abdullah Ibn 'Umar drank some cold water, so he wept intensely. When asked, “Why do you weep?” He said: “I remembered a verse from the Book of Allah, “And prevention will be placed between them and what they desire.” [SABA'; 54]. I realised that the inhabitants of Hell-fire do not desire anything as much as cold water. Allah Almight ...
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Abdullah bin Busr narrated that a Bedouin said: “O Messenger of Allah! Who is the best of the people?” He said: “He whose life is long and his deeds are good.” - “Sunan at-Tirmidhi”; (2329). - Saheeh by Shaykh al-Albāni. See “Saheeh Sunan at-Tirmidhi”; (2329).
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Hadeeth: “Whoever glorifies Allāh a hundred times in the morning and a hundred in the night, he is like one who performs Hajj a hundred times. And whoever praises Allāh a hundred times in the morning and a hundred in the night, he is like one who provided a hundred horses in the cause of Allāh. - or he said – “went out on a hundred military expeditions”. And whoever pronounces At-Tahlīl of Allāh a ...
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Abu Musa al-Ash'ari, may Allah be pleased with him, used to fast in hot weather so it was said to him, “You are an old man.” He said, “I'm preparing it for a long day [i.e. Day of Judgement].” “Tanbīhun-Nā'imil-Gamri alā mawāsimil-Umri” [pg. 33]; Ibn al-Jawzi
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What are the different classes of believers❓ There are three main types of believers: ⑴. Those who rush to do good deeds: Those who rush to do good deeds are those who perform both the obligatory and recommended deeds, while avoiding both the prohibited and disliked affairs. ⑵. Those who are frugal and selective: The frugal ones are those who restrict themselves to performing only those deeds th ...
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📩 Question: What's the ruling of one who after awaking from sleep enters into the [first] row, then remains there for temporarily before going to perform ablution❓ 📝 Answer: There's nothing wrong with this. He's allowed to do that. Being in a state of ablution is not a condition for one to remain in the first row. • Shaykh/Faqīh Muhammad bin Hizām
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• Performing ghusl for the ‘Id prayers • Scholars also encourage Muslims to perform ghusl for the ‘id prayers, even though there is no authentic hadith to support this opinion. It says in al-Badr al-Muneer, “The hadith concerning performing ghusl for the ‘ids are weak. But there do exist good reports from the companions (on this point).” ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ “Fiqhus-Sunnah” | Sayyid Sābiq
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HASAN AL-BASRI USED TO SAY: I HEARD BAKR IBN ABDULLAH AL-MUZANI SAY: “WORK DILIGENTLY [ON THE PATH OF ALLAH], BUT IF WEAKNESS CAUSES YOU TO FALL SHORT, (AT LEAST) REFRAIN FROM SINS.” Adabul-Hasan al-Basri wa zuhduhu wa mawa'idhuhu [pg. 59-60] | Ibn al-Jawzi
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• The Prayer of One Who Has no Means of Purifying Himself Whoever cannot get water or soil may pray in whatever state he is in, and he will not have to repeat his prayer later. This is based on what Muslim related from 'Aishah. She had borrowed some jewelry from 'Asma and it broke (and fell). The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) sent some people to search for it. The prayer time came and they had to pray w ...
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Hadeeth: “There is not anyone upon the earth who says: None has the right to be worshipped but Allāh, and Allāh is the Greatest, and there is no might nor power except by Allāh, (Lā ilāha il-lAllāhu, wAllāhu Akbaru, wa Lā hawla wa Lā quwwata il-lā bil-lāhi) except that his sins shall be pardoned, even if they were like the foam of the sea.” Hasan by Shaykh al-Albāni; “Sahīh al-Jām'i” (hadeeth nr. ...
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Turning to Allah [تعالى] in repentance; by being obedient to Him and avoiding acts of disobedience. Allah [تعالى] has said: “And to your Lord you should turn repentant, and submit”. (az-Zumar: 54). “The Foundations of Faith in the Light of the Qur'an and the Sunnah” | By A Committee of Scholars