Giving Thanks to Allaah Azza wa Jal – Abu Muhammad al Maghribee [Audio|En]

Khutbah on December 13, 2013

It was narrated that ‘Aishah said: When the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) prayed, he would stand for so long that his feet became swollen. ‘Aishah said: O Messenger of Allah, are you doing this when Allah has forgiven your past and future sins? He said: “O ‘Aishah, should I not be a thankful slave?” 

Narrated by al-Bukhari and Muslim.

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اللّهُـمَّ أَعِـنِّي عَلـى ذِكْـرِكَ وَشُكْـرِك ، وَحُسْـنِ عِبـادَتِـك

Allaahumma a-innee alaa Dhikrika wa shukrikawa husni ibaadatika
O Allah! Help me to remember you, to thank you, and to worship you in the best of manners

[Reference: Abu Dawud 2/86, An-Nasa’i 3/53. See also Al-Albani Sahih Abu Dawud 1 /284]

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The Dunya Vs. The Akhirah – Abu Muhammad al Maghribee [Audio|En]

This khutbah was given at Masjid At-Tawheed on Friday, August 23, 2013.

O mankind! Be afraid of your Lord (by keeping your duty to Him and avoiding all evil), and fear a Day when no father can avail aught for his son, nor a son avail aught for his father. Verily, the Promise of Allah is true, let not then this (worldly) present life deceive you, nor let the chief deceiver (Satan) deceive you about Allah.

[Surat Luqmān 31:33, Muhsin Khan Translation]

Sahl bin Sa’d narrated that the Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said:

“If this world was worth a mosquito’s wing in the sight of Allaah, then He would not allow the disbeliever to have a sip of water from it.”

(Hasan) [Chapters on Zuhd: Jami At-Tirmidhi, Saheeh al Albaani]

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Unity upon the Truth – Abu Muhammad al Maghribee [Audio|En]

This khutbah was given on 2014-10-17 at Masjid Tawheed in Stone Mountain, GA.

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Allaah – the Most High – said:

“O you who Believe! Have taqwah (fear and obedience) of Allaah as you should do, and do not die except that you are Muslims. And hold fast all together to the rope of Allaah and do not be divided. And remember the favour of Allaah upon you, for you were once enemies one to another, but He joined your hearts together, so that by His Grace, you became brothers. And you were on the brink of a pit of Fire, and He saved you from it. Thus does Allaah make His Signs clear to you, that you may become guided. Let there arise out of you a group of people inviting to all that is good, enjoining all that is good and forbidding all that is evil. They are the ones who are successful. And do not be like those who split up and differed amongst themselves, after the clear proofs had come to them. For them is a tremendous punishment. On the Day of Resurrection, some faces will be white and some faces will be black.”

[Soorah Aal-‘Imraan 3:102-105]

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Is this your Progress through the Nights of Ramadaan? – Dr Murtaza bin Bakhsh

From the Lecture How to Prepare for and Welcome Ramadaan – Dr Murtaza bin Baksh (Urdu)

Translated by: Aboo Bilal Nahim ibn Abd al Majid حفظه الله
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Verily Allaah loves three things for you and he hates three things for you – Shaykh Rabee | Abu Muhammad al Maghribee [Audio|En]

The Messenger (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said,

“Verily Allaah loves three things for you and he hates three things for you. He loves that you worship Him alone, and that you do not join anyone else in your worship of him and that you do not worship other than him, He loves that you hold tight altogether to the rope of Allaah and that you do not be divided.

And Allaah hates for you hearsay (he said and she said – qeela wa qaal – spreading rumours), he hates for you excessive questioning (questioning that brings about no benefit), thirdly, he hates for you the wasting of money.”

This Khutbah is based on the explanation of Shaykh Rabee ibn Hadee (hafidhahullaah)

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Ways to Success and Happiness – Abu Muhamamd al Maghribee [Audio|En]

Khutbah on January 3, 2014, given at Masjid Tawheed in Stone Mountain, GA

Brilliant lecture, benefit from it, insha’ Allaah

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Strive Hard in your Deen to the Best Of your Ability – Abu Muhammad al Maghribee [Audio|En]

Khutbah on April 4, 2014, given at Masjid Tawheed in Stone Mountain, GA

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Story of a Sufi Shaykh from Africa who Doesn’t Pray – Abu Muhammad al Maghribee [Audio Benefit|En]

Shaykh Muhammad Amaan Jaamee (rahimahullaah) narrated this to Imam  as-Sa’dee (rahimahullaah)

This story was conveyed by Falaah Isma’eel (hafidhahullaah).

Listen to this 5 min humorous & beneficial clip

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48 Questions and Answers on Fasting (سؤالاً في الصيام) by Shaykh al-Uthaymeen – Abu Muhammad al-Maghribee [Audio|En]

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Does ‘Umrah in Ramadan compensate for Hajj? – Shaykh Ibn Baaz

Source: http://www.binbaz.org.sa/node/19904
Translated by Abu Afnaan Muhammad Abdullah hafidhahullaah
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Question:

Does ‘Umrah in the month of Ramadan satisfy for the obligation of Hajj due to the Messenger’s (صلى الله عليه وسلم) statement, “Whoever performs ‘Umrah in Ramadan is like the one who makes Hajj with me.”

Shaykh Abdul- Azeez Bin Baaz:

Umrah in Ramadan does not compensate for Hajj. However, it has the merit/virtue of Hajj due to his (صلى الله عليه وسلم) statement, ‘Umrah in Ramadan equals a Hajj’ or he said ‘a Hajj with me‘.

This means in regards to merit and reward and it does not mean it is equivalent to it and replaces it such that he does not have to perform Hajj. No, rather he still must perform the Hajj, the Hajj of Islam (the obligatory Hajj) even if he makes ‘Umrah in Ramadan according to all of the scholars. Thus, with ‘Umrah in Ramadan, the merit of Hajj is attained from the aspect of reward and excellence, but it does not compensate for the Hajj of Islam.

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There cannot be Two Witr Prayers in One Night – Shaykh Ibn Baz

Question:

Is it permissible to offer two Witr prayers in one night?

Answer:

No one should offer two Witr prayers in one night because the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) said:

There cannot be two Witr prayers in one night.[1]

And he (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) also said:

Make the end of your prayer at night Witr. [2]

And he (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) said:

Whoever feared that he will not get up at the end of the night should perform Witr at the beginning of it. And whoever desired to stand at the end of it should pray Witr at the end of the night. [3]

If it is easy for the Muslim to perform the night prayer at the end of the night, he should seal his prayer with one Rakah of Witr. Whoever found difficulty in this should perform his Witr at the start of the night.

And if Allaah makes it easy for him (after that) to stand in prayer, he should offer what he can in units of two Rakahs, and he need not repeat the Witr, for the first Witr is sufficient for him, according to the aforementioned Hadith which is:

There cannot be two Witr prayers in one night. [4]

[1] Abu Dawud no. 1439 and At-Tirmithi no. 470
[2] Al-Bukhari no. 990 and Muslim nos. 151, 751
[3] Muslim no. 755
[4] Abu Dawud no. 1439 and At-Tirmithi no. 470

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Whoever Breaks his Fast with an Excuse, then he is Not Obliged to Fast for the rest of the Day – Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen

Bismillaah

Q. 400. If a person breaks his fast due to some excuse, and then the excuse is removed during the day, should he fast for the remainder of the day?

A. He is not obliged to fast. This is because it has been made lawful for this man to break his fast on this day based upon an evidence from the Islamic Law. The Islamic Law allows one who is compelled to take medication for example, to take it, but if he takes, he breaks his fast. Therefore the prohibition of the day does not apply to him, because it has been permitted for him to break his fast, but he is required to compensate for it, and for us to require him to fast without any benefit is legally incorrect. So as long as this man does not benefit from fasting, it is not incumbent upon him.

An example of this would be a man who sees someone drowning in the water and he says: If I drank, it would be possible for me to save him, and if I did not drink, it would not be possible for me to save him, so he drinks and then saves him and he eats and drinks for the remainder of the day. This man is not prohibited from eating and drinking on this day, since it has been made lawful for him not to fast in accordance with the Islamic Law. Therefore, he is not required to fast.

For this reason, if there was a sick person, would we say to him: Do not eat unless you are hungry and do not drink unless you are thirsty? Meaning: Do not eat or drink except due to necessity. We would not say this to him, because it is permissible for the sick person to break his fast.

So, every person who breaks his fast in Ramadan in accordance with some legal evidence is not obliged to fast, and vice versa.

Whoever breaks his fast without an excuse, then he must fast, because it is not lawful for him to break his fast and he has transgressed the prohibition of that day without permission from the Islamic Law. So, we must compel him to fast the remainder of the day and to make up for it.

And Allah knows better.

Q. 398. What are the permissible excuses for breaking the fast?

A. The permissible excuses for breaking the fast are: Illness and travel, as mentioned in the Qur’an.

Among other excuses is that a woman is pregnant and she fears for herself or her child. Another excuse is that a woman is breast-feeding and she fears for herself or her breast-fed child if she fasts.

Another excuse is that a person needs to break his fast in order to save the life of someone. For example, he finds a drowning person in the sea, or someone who is surrounded on all sides by fire, and he needs to break his fast in order to save him – in that case, he may break his fast and save him.

Another such case would be if a person needed to break his fast in order to strengthen himself for Jihad in Allah’s Cause, that would also be a permissible cause for him to break his fast, because the Prophet sallallaahu`alaihi wa sallam said to his Companions, may Allah be pleased with them:

You will meet the enemy tomorrow morning, so breaking the fast stronger for you, so break your fast.” [1]

So, if there is a permissible excuse for breaking the fast, and a person breaks his fast due to it, it is not necessary for him to fast for the remainder of that day. Therefore, if it transpired that a person had broken his fast in order to save a person’s life, he should continue to eat and drink, even after saving him. This is because he broke his fast for a reason which permits him to break his fast, so it is not necessary for him to fast in that case, because the prohibition of breaking fast on that day has been removed due to the permissible cause for breaking the fast.

For this reason, we support the most authoritative opinion in this matter, which is that if a sick person became well during the day and he was not fasting, it is not necessary for him to fast, and if a traveller arrived during the day at his hometown and he was not fasting, it is not necessary for him to fast, and if a menstruating woman became clean during the day, it is not necessary for her to fast. This is because all of these people broke their fasts for legitimate reasons, and so on that day, there was no obligation upon them to fast, due to the lawful permission for breaking it at that time, so it is not necessary for them to fast.

This is as opposed to the case where it is confirmed that the month of Ramadan has begun during the day in that case, it is necessary to fast. The difference between the two cases is clear, because if the evidence appears (that Ramadan has begun) during the day, it has been confirmed that fasting on that day is obligatory for them, but they are excused for the time before the evidence became clear to them due to their ignorance of it. This is why, if they knew that this day was a day of Ramadan, it is obligatory for them to fast. But as for those other people whom we have described, it is permissible for them to break their fast, even though they are aware (that it is Ramadan) and the difference between them is clear.

[1] Reported by Muslim in the Book of Fasting, in the Chapter: The Reward of One Who Breaks His Fast on a Journey if He Undertakes a Task (1120).

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It is Sunnah to delay the Suhoor (Pre-Dawn Meal) – Shaykh al-Albaani

“My Ummah will continue to be upon good for as long as they hasten to break the fast and delay the pre-dawn meal.”

The other matter which I want to remind you of is what occurs in the previous hadeeth, “And they delay the pre-dawn meal” meaning: what is required here is the opposite to the case of the Iftaar. So he (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬ commanded us to hasten to perform the Iftaar. But as for the Suhoor, then it should be delayed. But what happens today is totally contrary to this, since many people eat their Suhoor before the appearance of Fajr by perhaps an hour. This is not befitting. This is contrary to the Sunnah shown by the saying of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬and by his practice. So the Companions of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬used to leave the Suhoor so late, that one of them would almost hear the Adhaan and he would still be eating because he had delayed the Suhoor.

Indeed there is an authentic hadeeth reported from the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬which shows the ease afforded by Islaam, to be counted as one of the principles of Islaam, which the Muslims are proud of, especially with regard to the matter of Fasting, since Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, concluded the Aayahs concerning Fasting with His Saying:

‘Allaah desires ease for you, and He does not desire to make things difficult for you’. So from this ease is his (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬saying, “If one of you hears the call to Prayer and the vessel is in the hand of one of you, then let him not put it down until he fulfils his need from it.”

” If one of you hears the call to Prayer and the vessel” the vessel containing food, whether it be milk, some drink, water, anything which a person may take as Suhoor, and he hears the Adhaan, then he should not say, Now the food is forbidden due to the Adhaan being heard. The person who has had enough, it is not allowed for him to then have any more, whether it be a drink, or some fruit, when he has had his fill of whatever he was eating.

But as for the one who hears the Adhaan and he has not yet taken what he needs from the food and the drink, then the Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬made that lawful for him. So he clearly said, in the clear and eloquent Arabic language, “If one of you hears the call to Prayer, and the vessel is in his hand, then let him not put it down until he fulfils his need from it.”

And what is meant here by the call is the second call, the second Adhaan. It is not the first Adhaan, which they wrongly call the Adhaan of Imsaak (i.e. withholding). We must know that there is no basis for calling the first Adhaan the Adhaan for withholding (imsaak).

The second Adhaan is when we are to withhold, and this is clearly stated in the Quraan, since Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, says:

‘And eat and drink until the white thread of dawn becomes clear to you from the black thread of the night.’

So eating becomes forbidden at the start of the time of the Fajr Prayer. There is no separation between these two things. There is no withholding from food and drink for a quarter of an hour, or less than that, or more than that, before the start of the time for the Fajr Prayer. Not at all.

Because the Prayer becomes due when the true dawn appears, and food becomes forbidden for the fasting person when the true dawn appears. So there is no separation between these two matters at all.

So therefore there occurs in the hadeeth agreed upon by al-Bukharee and Muslim, from the hadeeth of Abdullaah Ibn ¹Umar Ibn al-Khattaab -radiyallaahu `anhu, that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬said, “Let not the Adhaan of Bilaal deceive you…” meaning, the first Adhaan, “…because he gives the Adhaan in order to awaken the person who is sleeping, and so that the person who wishes to eat the pre-dawn meal can do so. So eat and drink until Ibn Umm Maktoon gives the Adhaan.”

Ibn Umm Maktoom, whose name was ‘Amr, was a blind man, and he was the one about whom the Saying of Allaah, the Exalted and Most High, came down:

‘He frowned and turned away, that a blind man had come to him’ to the end of the Aayaat. So he used to give the second Adhaan, the Adhaan which means that eating becomes prohibited and that it is now time for the Fajr Prayer.

How did he used to give the Adhaan when he was blind? This is a question, which naturally occurs to some people. ‘Amr Ibn Umm Maktoom used to climb on the roof of the mosque, but he could not see the dawn, so he would wait until someone passing by saw the dawn. So when someone saw that the dawn had appeared and spread across the horizon, they would say to him, It is morning. It is morning. Then he would give the Adhaan.

So you will notice here that the Adhaan of ‘Amr ibn Umm Maktoom was after the Fajr had appeared, and had been seen by the people whilst they were walking in the streets. So when it was said to him, “It is morning. It is morning,” he would give the Adhaan.

So therefore there is latitude in the affair, since the muadhdhin would be delayed in giving the Adhaan until he heard the people telling him, “It is morning, it is morning.” And then Allaah’s Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬said: “If one of you hears the call to Prayer and the vessel is in his hand, then let him not put it down until he has fulfilled his need from it.”

So Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, spoke truly when He said at the end of those Aayahs related to Fasting: ‘Allaah desires to make things easy for you, and He does not desire to make things difficult for you.’ and ‘…that you should complete the number of days, and that you should glorify Allaah by mentioning takbeer for His having guided you, and that you should be thankful. ‘

So therefore from the Fiqh that is to be criticized, and which runs contrary to this Sunnah, is that a person says, “If someone hears the Adhaan and has some food in his mouth, then he must spit it out.” So this is over strictness, and (ghuluww) exceeding the limits in the Religion, and the Lord of all of the creation admonished us, and reminded us, in His Book and in the Sunnah of His Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬that we should not exceed the due limits in our Religion. So He said, in the Noble Qur·aan:

‘O People of the Book! Do not exceed the limits in your religion, and do not say anything about Allaah except the truth.’

And our Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬said to us, or he (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬said, “Beware of (ghuluww) exceeding the limits in the Religion. Because those who came before you were destroyed by their exceeding the limits in their Religion.”

So Allaah¹s Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬has made it clear to us that there is latitude and a margin of ease in the matter of a person’s taking suhoor, to the extent that he said: “If one of you hears the call to Prayer whilst the vessel is in his hand, then let him not put it down until he has completed his need from it.”

So it is opposition to Allaah and to the Messenger that a person says that one who hears the Adhaan whilst he has food in his mouth must spit it out onto the ground. This is not from the Sunnah. Rather this is contrary to the Sunnah, and is contrary to the clear command of the Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬.

And I have been asked many times, so I will not leave open the need for such a question, but rather I will precede you in (answering) it, by stating that this hadeeth is to be found in some of the most famous books of the Sunnah. From them being the Sunan of Aboo Daawood, and it is the third book from the well-known six books. The first of which is Saheehul-Bukhaaree, the second being Saheeh Muslim, and the third being the Sunan of Aboo Daawood.

This hadeeth is to be found in it, and it is likewise reported by Aboo ‘Abdillaah al-Haakim in his Mustadrak, and it is likewise reported by the Imaam of the Sunnah, Imaam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, rahimahullaah, in his tremendous book known as the Musnad of Imaam Ahmad.

So the hadeth is not a strange hadeeth, rather it is a well-known hadeeth, and was reported by the Imaams of the Sunnah in the early times, and with an authentic chain of narration.

So here I say, to conclude this talk, since perhaps some of you have questions, which we will answer if Allaah wills, so I will conclude it with his (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬saying “Allaah loves that His allowances be acted upon just as He loves that His prescribed duties be carried out,” and in one narration, “Just as He hates that disobedience to Him be committed.”

So there are two narrations, “Allaah loves that His allowances be acted upon just as He loves that His prescribed duties be carried out”, and the second narration is, ” as He hates that disobedience to Him be committed.”

So therefore the Muslim should not practice false piety, and (as a result) refrain from obeying the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) in that which he encouraged us upon and clarified to us.

The above is posted from(Beautiful Talk) Sunnahs Neglected in Ramadaan– Imaam Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen Al-Albaanee rahimahullaah , Translated by Dawud Burbank rahimahullaah

“… So that you may become people having Taqwaa” – Explained by Shaykh al-Albaani

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Shaikh al-Albaanee, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said,

“Allaah, the Exalted and Most High, says in the Noble Quraan:

‘O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may become people having Taqwaa.’ [Sooratul-Baqarah (2): 183]

So in this Aayah, as will not be hidden to all those who are present, Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, informs the Ummah of Muhammad (صلى الله عليه و سلم) , through this Aayah, that He has made Fasting obligatory upon them just as He had made its like obligatory upon the nations before us. This is a matter that is well-known to all of the Muslims who read this Aayah, and clearly understand its meaning. But what I wish to speak about is something else, a matter which very few of the general people notice – and this is the saying of Allaah, the Exalted and Most High, at the end of this Aayah:

 ‘…So that you may become people having Taqwaa.’

So Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, when He commands His believing servants, or obligates them with some Legislation, (then He) usually just mentions the command, without explaining the wisdom behind it. This is because the general wisdom behind Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, placing duties upon His servants is that He should test them by it, so that it should become apparent (as to) those who will obey Him and those who will disobey Him, the Exalted and Most High.

However in this Aayah, He mentioned something that is not found frequently in the Noble Quraan, which is that He mentioned the reason for the order to Fast, by His Saying:

‘…So that you may become people having Taqwaa.’

So the wisdom behind the Believers’ fasting is not just that they should prevent themselves from enjoyable and permissible good things, even though this is an obligation upon the fasting person – but this is not the only thing that is required and intended by this Fasting. Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, concluded His command to fast by saying:

‘…So that you may become people having Taqwaa.’

Meaning: that the wisdom behind the prescription of Fasting is that the Muslim should increase in obedience to Allaah, the Exalted and Most High, in the month of Fasting, and become more obedient than he was before it.

Also the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬clearly stated and completely clarified this point of divine wisdom, by his (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬saying, as is reported in the Saheeh of al-Bukhaaree (no. 1903), that he (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬said,

“Whoever does not abandon falsehood in speech and action, then Allaah has no need that he should leave his food and drink.”

Meaning: that Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, did not intend and desire, by the obligation of Fasting – which is to withhold for a stated time, well known to you all – that they should only withhold from eating and drinking. Rather they should also withhold from that which Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, has forbidden with regard to sins and acts of disobedience to Him; and from that is falsehood in speech and action.

So the Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬is emphasizing the Aayah:

‘…So that you may become people having Taqwaa.’

i.e. that you should, as an act of worship to draw you closer to Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, in addition to withholding from food and drink, also withhold from forbidden actions such as backbiting, carrying tales to cause harm to people, false witness, lying and so on, with regard to those forbidden manners that we are all aware of.

Therefore it is obligatory that all the Muslims should be aware that actions, which disrupt the Fast, are not just the physical acts, which are generally known, which are eating, drinking and sexual intercourse. The Fast is not just that you withhold from this. Therefore some of the scholars differentiate, and divide those things which disrupt the Fast into two categories, and this is what I intend by this talk of mine at this time that is blessed, if Allaah wills.

This is especially important since those who deliver Khutbahs and admonish the people during Ramadaan, when they speak about those things which disrupt the Fast, then they only speak about the material things, those things that we have just mentioned – eating, drinking and sexual intercourse. But what they should do, as sincere advisers and people who give reminder to the Muslims in general, is to concentrate a great deal upon the second category of things which disrupt the Fast. This is because the people have become used to thinking that Fasting is just to refrain from the first category, to withhold from the material things. But there is another category of things, which disrupt the Fast, which we are able to call the non-material things that disrupt the Fast. So you have just heard his (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬saying, “Whoever does not abandon falsehood in speech and action, then Allaah has no need that he should leave his food and drink.”

Therefore every fasting person should examine himself and see: is he just withholding from the material things, or is he also withholding from those non-material things? Meaning: has he made his manners and behavior good when the blessed month of Ramadaan comes? If that is the case, then he has fulfilled the Saying of Allaah, the Exalted and Most High, at the end of the Aayah: ‘…So that you may become people having Taqwaa.’

But as for the one who restricts himself in his fasting to just withholding from food and drink, but who continues and persists upon the evil manners which he was upon previously, before Ramadaan, then this is not the Fasting that is desired and required from the wisdom behind the legislation of this noble month, which our Lord, the Mighty and Majestic indicates in His Saying:

‘…So that you may become people having Taqwaa.’

So therefore we advise and remind our brother Muslims that they should remember this other category of things, those that are non-material, which disrupt the Fast, and it is something which the admonishers and those who seek to direct the people to the correct way rarely speak about, not to mention the general people, who are not aware of this category of things which disrupt the fast, i.e., the non-material things.

This is what I wanted to remind our brothers who are present in this fine gathering about, if Allaah wills, so that it may be a cause for their increasing in acts of worship, seeking to draw closer to Allaah, the Exalted and Most High, in this blessed month, the month of Fasting, which is such that we hope that Allaah, the Exalted and Most High, will guide and grant us all the success of fulfilling the due right of this blessed month, which is that we withhold from both the material and the non-material things that disrupt the Fast.

The above is posted from(Beautiful Talk) Sunnahs Neglected in Ramadaan– Imaam Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen Al-Albaanee rahimahullaah , Translated by Dawud Burbank rahimahullaah

Hasten to break your fast & pray Maghrib Prayer in the Masjid – Shaykh al-Albaani

So here two matters were mentioned, and they are neglected by most of the people, and they are: hastening to break the fast, and delaying the pre-dawn meal (Suhoor).

As for neglect of the first matter, which is hastening to break the Fast, then in the view of some people it contradicts another hadeeth, which is his (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬saying, “My Ummah will continue to be upon good for as long as they hasten to pray the Maghrib Prayer.”

So here we have two commands, to hasten with two matters. So it appears to some people that we cannot hasten to perform both of them together.

But reconciling between the command to hasten with breaking the Fast and the command to hasten to pray the Maghrib Prayer is a very easy matter. So it is something that our Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬made clear to us by his action and practice.

He (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬used to break the Fast with three dates. He would eat three dates. Then he would pray the Maghrib Prayer, then he would eat again if he found that he needed to eat the evening meal.

But today we fall into two offences:

(i) Firstly we delay the Adhaan from its legislated time.
(ii) Then after this delay comes another delay, which is that we sit down for a meal – except for a few people who are eager and pray the Maghrib Prayer in the mosque. But the majority of the people wait until they hear the Adhaan, and then they sit down to eat as if they are having a dinner, or their evening meal, and not just breaking their fast.

So the Adhaan these days – in most of the lands of Islaam, is, unfortunately, I have to say, and not just in Jordan, and I have known this from investigation, in most of the lands of Islaam – the Adhaan for Maghrib is given after the time it becomes due. And the reason for this is that we have abandoned adhering to and applying the Islamic rulings, and instead we have come to depend upon astronomical calculations. We depend upon the timetable. But these time-tables are based upon astronomical calculations which count the land as being a single flat plane. So they give a time for this flat plane, whereas the reality is that the land, particularly in this land of ours varies, varying between the depression of valleys and the elevation of mountains. So it is not correct that a single time be given which covers the shore, the planes and the mountains. No, each part of the land has its own time. So therefore whoever is able in his place of residence, in his city or his village, to see the sun set with his own eye, then whatever time it sets at, that is the hastening that we have been commanded with in his (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬ saying, which we just mentioned: ‘My Ummah will continue to be upon good as long as they hasten to break the fast.’ So the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬was careful to implement this Sunnah by teaching it, and by putting it into practice.

As for his teaching, then he (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬said, in the hadeeth reported by al-Bukharee in his ‘Saheeh’ (no. 1954), “If the night appears from this side,” and he pointed towards the east, “and the day has departed from here,” and he pointed towards the west, “and the sun has set, then the fasting person’s fast is broken” What does ‘the fasting person’s fast is broken’ mean? It means he has entered under the ruling that he should break his fast.

So then comes the previous ruling where the Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬encouraged hastening to break the Fast, and the Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬used to implement this, even when he was riding on a journey. So it is reported in the ‘Saheeh’ of al-Bukharee (no.1955) that:

the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬ordered one of his Companions to prepare the Iftaar for him. So he replied, ‘O Messenger of Allaah it is still daytime before us.’ Meaning: the light of the sun, so even though it had set, yet its light was still clear in the west. So the Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬did not respond to what he had said, rather he re-emphasized the command to him to prepare the Iftaar. So the narrator of the hadeeth who said, We could see daylight in front of us, meaning: the light of day, the light of the sun, When we broke our fast, said, “If one of us had climbed onto his camel he would have seen the sun.”

The sun had set from here, and the Messenger (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬ordered one of the Companions to prepare the Iftaar – Why? To hasten upon good “My Ummah will continue upon good for as long as they hasten to break the Fast.”

So what is important is that we notice that the Iftaar, which is legislated to be hastened must be done with a few dates. Then we must hasten to perform the Prayer. Then after this the people can sit and eat as they need. This is the first matter, which I wanted to remind you of, and it is how to reconcile the two things that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) ‬commanded we should hasten to perform.

The first being the command to hasten the breaking of the Fast, and the second being the command to hasten the Maghrib Prayer. So the Iftaar should be done with some dates, as occurs in the Sunnah, and if dates are not available, then with some gulps of water. Then the Prayer should be prayed in congregation in the mosque.

The above is posted from(Beautiful Talk) Sunnahs Neglected in Ramadaan – Imaam Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen Al-Albaanee , Translated by Dawud Burbank rahimahullaah

Ramadan is the best time to perform ‘Umrah – Imam Ibn Baaz

Q: Does performing ‘Umrah (lesser pilgrimage) during the months of Hajj have any particular virtue different from performing it in other months?  

A: The best month to perform ‘Umrah is during Ramadan, for the Prophet (peace be upon him) said:

‘Umrah (performed) in Ramadan is equal to Hajj (in reward). [1]

(Agreed upon its authenticity by Imams Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

According to another narration by Al-Bukhari:

It is equivalent to performing Hajj with me. [2]

According to the narration by Muslim:

It is equivalent to Hajj or Hajj performed with me (in reward). [3]

This means that it is equivalent to Hajj or (indicative of uncertainty on the part of the Hadith narrator) equivalent to Hajj performed with the Prophet (peace be upon him).

Then, comes the ‘Umrah in Dhul-Qa‘dah, for all the ‘Umrahs which the Prophet (peace be upon him) performed took place in Dhul-Qa‘dah. Allah (Glorified be He) says:

Indeed in the Messenger of Allâh (Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم) you have a good example to follow  [4]

May Allah grant us success!

Footnotes:

[1] Narrated by Imam Ahmad, Section on the Hadiths narrated by Banu Hashim, the beginning of the Chapter on the Hadiths narrated by `Abdullah ibn `Abbas, no. 2804; and Ibn Majah, Book on rituals, Chapter on excellence of performing `Umrah in Ramadan, no. 2994.

[2] Narrated by Al-Bukhari, Book on Hajj, Chapter on Hajj for women, no. 1863.

[3] Narrated by Muslim, Book on Hajj, Chapter on excellence of performing `Umrah in Ramadan, no. 1256.

[4] Surah Al­Ahzab, 33: 21

Source: Fatwas of Ibn Baz

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Menses & Fasting – Shaykh ibn Uthaymeen

It is unlawful for a menstruating woman to perform all types of fasting: obligatory or optional.

It is, however, obligatory to make up for the missed obligatory days of fasting as explained by ‘Aisha (رضي الله عنها):

“We passed through this (period of menstruation), and we were ordered to complete (i.e., compensate) the fasts but we were not ordered to complete the prayers” (agreed upon Hadeeth) [34].

If the woman encounters menses while fasting then her fasting is negated even if her blood flow occurs a moment before sunset. If this day is one of the prescribed days of fasting then she must make up for this day once she becomes clean. If on her day of fasting she feels she is about to have her menses but no blood flow actually occurs till after sunset, then her fasting is complete and is not negated in accordance with the right opinion about this matter.

This is because there is no ruling regarding blood inside the woman’s body and because the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) when asked:

“Is it necessary for a woman to take a bath after she has a wet dream (nocturnal sexual discharge)?”

he replied: “Yes, if she notices a discharge.” [35]

So, he (صلى الله عليه و سلم) conditioned the ruling upon the actual seeing of the discharge and not upon its transfer (from inside-out). Similarly in the case of Haid, the ruling applies once there is an actual seeing of discharge.

Case: If a woman’s period continues till after dawn (Fajr), then no fasting will be acceptable from her on this day even if she becomes clean moments after dawn.

Case: If she becomes clean before Fajr and she fasted, then her fasting is correct even though she may have not taken her cleaning bath till after Fajr time. This is the same as in the case of the person who has Jannabah. If he (she) intends to fast and did not take his (her) bath until after Fajr, then his (her) fasting on this day is correct. This is in accordance with the Hadeeth of ‘Aisha (رضي الله عنها) who said that:

“The Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) used to get up in a state of Jannabah (after sexual relations with his wives) and fast during the month of Ramadan.” [36]

Footnotes:

[33] Ibin Taymeeyah in Al-Fatawa (religious decrees) V. 26, P. 191.
[34] The text is from Saheeh Muslim, V.1, P. 191.
[35] Saheeh Al-Bukhari (Arabic-English) V.1, P. 171-2, Hadeeth # 280.
[36] Aisha (رضي الله عنها) said: “The dawn broke upon the Messenger of Allah (صلى الله عليه و سلم) during the Ramadan in a state of Jannabah not becuase of sexual dream

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Question 10:

Suppose a woman becomes clean from her menses before Salat Al-Fajr but she took her bath after the commencement of the Salat time, and fasted that day. Is her fasting correct?

Answer by Shaykh Uthaymeen:

If a woman becomes clean during the month of Ramadan one minute before the commencement of the prescribed time of Salat Al-Fajr, then she must fast that day and her fasting is correct and it is not mandatory upon her to make up the fast because she fasted while she was clean even though she did not take her bath till after the rise of Fajr. This is similar to the case when a man has a wet dream or in a state of Jannabah. He can have his Suhor (meal before Fajr), fast and take his bath after Fajr.

I want to caution some women who may think that if they get their menses after breaking the fast and before Isha’ then their fasting was incorrect. This understanding is wrong. Their fasting is correct and complete even if they get their respective periods one moment after sunset (Maghrib).

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Question 6:

A woman has reached sixty five years of age. She did not give birth to any child during the last nineteen years. For the past three years she had continuous bleeding. What should she do for fasting and what should women like her do (regarding Salat and Fasting)?

Answer by Shaykh ibn Uthaymeen:

This type of woman should refrain from fasting and Salat during the time of her regular cycle of menses. If for example she used to have her normal period of menses during the first six days of the month, then she should refrain from fasting and praying during the first six days of each month. Once that is done, she should take a bath and perform Salat and fast.

As to the how she offers her Salat, she should wash her private part real well and apply a pad to it and make ablution. She does this at the time of the obligatory prayers. She could also do the same for the optional prayers at times other than the times of the obligatory prayers.

Because of the difficulty encountered by such woman, it is allowable for her to combine (but not shorten) the Thuhr with the ‘Asr prayer (and pray either at time of Thuhr or at time of ‘Asr) and the Maghrib with the Isha’ (and pray either at time of Maghrib or at time of Isha’). This way she can do this type of preparation for her Salat three times (including one for Fajr prayer) instead of five times a day. She can perform optional prayers based upon her ablution for either of the combined prayers.

Question 5:

What should a woman do when she does not make up for the days she did not fast in Ramadan due to her menses?

Answer by Shaykh ibn Uthaymeen:

It is regrettable for something like this to happen amongst the believing women. This is either due to ignorance or laziness and both reasons are wrong! because the cure for ignorance is to ask those who know and the cure for laziness is the fear of Allah and His punishment. So a woman who may have done this should sincerely repent to Allah and seek His forgiveness. She should also try her best to find out the number of days she missed and make up for it. I ask Allah to accept the repentance of such women.

Source[eBook] Natural Blood of Women – Shaykh Uthaymeen – Dr Saleh As-Saleh

Experiencing Istihadah during the daytime in Ramadan – Permanent Committee

The second question of Fatwa no. 6495

Q: What is the ruling on the blood that comes out of a woman outside the menstrual or post-partum period? Should she make up later for the days in which she experiences such blood during the daytime of Ramadan? 

A: All praise be to Allah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon the Messenger of Allah, his family and Companions.

If the blood referred to above comes out of her during the daytime in Ramadan and it is not menstrual blood or postpartum blood, she is obliged to observe Sawm (Fasting) and Salah (Prayer).

She must not stop observing Sawm or Salah, and she does not need to make up later for the days in which she observed Sawm and Salah while having Istihadah (abnormal vaginal bleeding outside the menstrual or post-partum period). 

May Allah grant us success! May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions!

Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and Ifta’
Source: Fatwas of the Permanent Committee

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Would you like. . . . ? Great Rewards for Easy Actions

Translated By Abbas Abu Yahya

1 – Would you like to be close to Allaah?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( أقرب ما يكون العبد من ربه و هو ساجد فأكثروا الدعاء ))

‘The closest the slave of Allaah is to his Lord is when he is in Sajda (prostration), so make Dua a lot.’

[Collected by Muslim]

2 – Would you like the reward of Hajj?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

 (( العمرة فى رمضان تعدل حجة أو حجة معى ))

Umrah in Ramadan is equivalent to Hajj or Hajj with me.’

[Collected by Bukhari and Muslim]

3 – Would you like a home in Paradise?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( من بنى مسجداً لله بنى الله لة فى الجنه مثلة ))

‘Whoever built a Masjid for Allaah, then Allaah builds for him in Paradise likewise. ‘

[Collected by Muslim]

4 – Would you like to achieve the pleasure of Allaah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala? 

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

 (( إن الله ليرضى عن العبد يأكل الأكلة فيحمده عليها و يشرب الشربة فيحمده عليها ))

‘Indeed Allaah is pleased with the slave of Allaah who eats a morsel of food and praises Allaah for it and drinks a sip and praises Allaah for it.’

[Collected by Muslim]

5 – Would you like your Dua’ to be responded to?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( الدعاء بين الأذان و الإقامة لا يرد ))

‘The Dua’ made between the Adhan and the Iqama is not rejected.’

[Collected by Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi, Ibn Hibban authenticated by Albaani in ‘Saheeh al-Jamia’ no. 3408]

6 – Would you like the reward for fasting the complete year written for you?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

صوم ثلاثة أيام من كل شهر يعدل صوم الدهر كله))))

‘Fasting three days from every month is equivalent to fasting the whole year.’

[Collected by Bukhari and Muslim]

7 – Would you like to have good deeds the size of mountains?
The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( من شهد الجنازة حتى صلى عليها فلة قيراط و من شهدها حتى تدفن فلة قيراطان قيل و ما القيراطان ؟ قال مثل الجبلين العظيمين ))

‘Whoever attends a funeral prayer until he prayed for the deceased then he will have a Qiraat (mountain of gold) of reward and whoever attends the funeral until the burial will have two Qiraat of reward.’

It was asked what are two Qiraat?  The Prophet said: ‘The like of two great mountains.’

[Collected by Bukhari and Muslim]

8 – Would you like to accompany the Prophet in Paradise?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( أنا و كافل اليتيم كهاتين فى الجنه و أشار بإصبعية السبابة و الوسطى ))

‘I and the guardian of an orphan are like these two in Paradise,’ and he indicated by placing his index finger and forefinger together.’

[Collected by Bukhari]

8 – Would you like that your actions continue after your death?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

إذا مات الإنسان انقطع عمله إلا ثلاث : صدقة جارية , أو علمٍ ينتفع به , أو ولد صالح يدعو له

‘If a person dies his actions are discontinued except for three: continuous charity, or knowledge which is benefited by, or a righteous son (child) who supplicates for him.’

[Collected by Bukhari]

9 – Would you like a gem from the gems of Paradise?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

 (( لا حول ولا قوه الا بالله ))

‘There is no power or might except with Allaah.’

La hawla wa la quwwata illa billaa

[Collected by Bukhari and Muslim]

10 – Would you like the reward of praying the whole night?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( من صلى العشاء فى جماعة كأنما قام نصف الليل و من صلى الصبح فى جماعة كأنما صلى الليل كلة ))

Whoever prays Isha prayer in congregation then it is as if he prayed half the night, and whoever prayed the morning prayer in congregation then it is as if he prayed the whole night.’

[Collected by Muslim]

11 – Would you like to read a third of the Qur’aan in a minute?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( قل هو الله أحد تعدل ثلث القرأن ))

‘Say Allaah is only one is equivalent to a third of the Qur’aan.’

[Collected by Muslim]

12 – Would you like that your scales are heavy with good deeds?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam said:

(( كلمتان خفيفتان على اللسان حبيبتان الى الرحمن ثقيلتان فى الميزان)(

There are two words which are gentle on the tongue, beloved to ar-Rahmaan and heavy on the scales: –

: سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ وَبِحَمْدِهِ ، سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ الْعَظِيمِ.

‘Far is Allaah from imperfection and praise is for Him, Far is Allaah The Sublime from imperfection

Subhana Allaahi wa Bihamdihi, Subhana Allaahil Atheem

[Collected by Bukhari and Muslim]

 

13 – Would you like that Allaah increases your provisions?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( من سرة أن يبسط فى رزقة أو ينسأ له فى أثرة فليصل رحمه ))

Whoever is pleased that his provision is increased or that his life is lengthened then he should keep good relations with his relatives.’

[Collected by Bukhari]

14 – Would you like that Allah would love to meet you?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( من أحب لقاء الله أحب الله لقائة ))

‘Whoever loves to meet Allaah,  then Allah loves to meet him.’

[Collected by Bukhari]

15 – Would you like that Allaah protects you?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( من صلى الصبح فهو في ذمة الله ))

Whoever prays the morning prayer then he is under the protection of Allaah.’

[Collected by Muslim]

16 – Would you like Salat sent upon you ten-fold?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

من صلّى عليّ واحدة صلى الله عليه بها عشراً

‘Whoever sends Salat upon me once, then Allaah sends Salam upon him ten-fold.’

[Collected by Muslim, Abu Dawood, Nisa’ee, Tirmidhi & Ibn Hibban. Albaani graded it Saheeh in ‘Saheeh Targheeb wa Tarheeb’ 2/288/1656]

17 – Would you like that Allaah raises your status?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( و ما تواضع أحد لله إلا رفعه الله عز و جل ))

‘No one humbled himself for Allaah except that Allaah -Azza wa Jal –raises his status.’

[Collected by Muslim]

 

18 – Would you like to be distanced between yourself and hell fire by seventy years?

The Messenger of Allaah sallAllaahu alayhi wa Salamsaid:

(( من صام يوماً فى سبيل الله باعد الله بينة و بين النار سبعين خريفاً ))

Whoever fasted a day for the sake of Allaah, then Allaah distances between him and the Hell fire seventy years.’

[Collected by Bukhari and Muslim]

Treatment with Hijamah (cupping) and Doctors’ Denial of its Effectiveness – alifta

Treatment with Hijamah versus medical denial

Useful note

Treatment with Hijamah (cupping) and doctors’ denial of its effectiveness: Hijamah has great effect on health. It is stated in the Hadith of Isra’ (Night Journey): Whenever the Prophet (peace be upon him) passed by a host of angels they would instruct him to command his Ummah (the Muslim nation) to use Hijamah”. There are waste products that remain in the blood from substances circulated and secreted throughout the body. Unless such waste products are gradually cleared little by little, they would cause great harm to people risking their lives. Since the human body continuously produces substances that are surplus to its requirements, Hijamah has been introduced. Yet, doctors see it ineffective, and this is not strange, for they lack great deal of knowledge about many matters.

It is fair to give each person their right, and doctors should be given their due rights relating to their profession. Yet treatment of diseases is beyond comprehension and restriction, and doctors are not experienced in a lot of methods outside their area of specialization. Allah (Exalted be He) says: And of knowledge, you (mankind) have been given only a little. (Surah Al-Isra’, 17: 85) Doctors often deny particular matters prescribed by Shari`ah (Islamic law) due to their great ignorance of their effectiveness. This is because many of them are westernized, have studied under western teachers, or they mainly derive their knowledge from western sources of knowledge.

Their denial of many of the matters prescribed by Shari`ah is not, however, based on scientific principles, but rather a blind pursuance of those who deny prophethood and imperceptible matters such as existence of Jinn (creatures created from fire) and the effect of the envious eye. For instance, they diagnose possession by Jinn as nervous disorders.

[Issued by His Eminence Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al Al-Shaykh, may Allah be merciful to him]

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