Zakat-ul-Fitr

Narrated by Ibn ‘Umar (radi Allahu anhum) that the Prophet ordered the people to pay Zakat-ul-Fitr before going to the ‘Id prayer. (Sahih al-Bukhari Volume 2, Book 25, Number 585)

Khādimat al-Mustafā: Tema: Menstruation # Ramadanen og fasten for en muslimsk kvinde

Ramadanen og fasten for en muslimsk kvinde

Tema: Menstruation

Ramadanen og fastens velsignelser og goder er utallige, men kun gennem en korrekt og oprigtig tilbedelse af Allah kan man opnå dem alle.

Artiklen er skrevet i forhold til Hanafi lovskolen med brug af bogen ”Birgivi’s Manual Interpreted: Complete Fiqh of Menstruation & Related Issues” af Hedaya Hartford og Ashraf Muneeb og derudover mine egne notater fra undervisning om emnet.

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Don’t write “saws” instead of salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam! | causes.com

The scholars in Islam held it to be prohibted to write shortcuts as “saws”, “sa”, “s”, “saaws”, pbuh, the letter “sad” in arabic in stead of the full sentence “salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam”. And it is disliked to write shortcuts as “r”, “ra” or the letter ra in arabic for “radi Allahu ‘anhu”, or “aj” or the letter “jim” for “azza wa jal”.

Hadrat Imam Jalaludin Suyuti (Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu) said,

“The person who first introduced the practice of using abbreviation for Durud had his hands cut off”

‘Allamah Sayyid Tahtawi (radi Allahu anhu), making a marginal note in “Durr al-Mukhtar” states, and this quotation is also found in “Fatawa Tatar Khaniah”,

“A person who writes such abbreviation with the name of any Prophet, become a Kafir.”

It means belittling and this deals with the integrity of the Prophets and to belittle the integrity of Prophets in indeed Kufr. It is beyond doubt that to have the intention of belittling the status of the Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam is definitely Kufr and the above ruling pertains to such a condition or intention. The above ruling does not apply to those who, out of sheer laziness and ignorance, use such abbreviations. But, indeed, such persons are misfortunate, ill-fated and unlucky.

The love for the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) requires that one never tires, both verbally or in writing, from sending blessings and salutations upon him (Allah bless & and grant him eternal peace).

If we can spend our time writing so much other stuff, why can’t we use a few seconds to send peace and blessings upon the Messenger of Allah (salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)?

Write it in full instead of shortcuts! Spred the message!

Look it up yourself!

http://www.facebook.com/notes/irfan-qadiri/detailed-ruling-about-writing-saw-suad-salam-as-ra-and-etc/143172218896

1. It is disliked and disrespectful to use abbreviations such as “saws”, “saw”, “s”, “pbuh”. One should not get tired of writing the beautiful salawat

2. One shouldn’t write “swt” (for subhanahu wa ta’ala) and “ra” (for radi Allahu ‘anhu/’anha) either.

3. Look it up yourself: http://qa.sunnipath.com/issue_view.asp?HD=3&ID=4230&CATE=271

4. It only takes a moment to write these in full, so why not do that instead?

5. Spread the message, let people know about this!

via Don’t write “saws” instead of salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam! | causes.com.

Rulings of Ghusl (bath) (via Ahl as-Sunnah wa al-Jamaáh)

Ma sha’a Llah…. Important for every muslim

Question What are the rulings of ghusl (bath)? When does it become compulsory to have ghusl and how should one perform it? Answer Answer by Shaykh Salim Ghisa Under Islamic Shariah law bathing has three obligations (Fardh) and there are 5 reasons according to the Hanafi Madhab (school of thought) that make it obligatory. The following three obligations have to be met when bathing otherwise their bathing will not count. Gargle – To clean the insid … Read More

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