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Al-Tafsīr Al-Muyassar

Deviant Individuals & Groups

» The Reality of “Sponsor an Orphan” Funds —Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl

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From the Why’s and How’s of Fighting Bidʿah

The great scholar, Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ Al-ʿUthaimīn, may Allāh have mercy on him, said:

From being sincere in giving the Messenger ﷺ his rights is that you wage war against the people of innovation in the same way they wage war against the Sunnah. So if they fight [the Sunnah] with speech, then [fight innovation] with speech, and if they fight with action, then [fight] with action.

Source:

Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ Al-ʿUthaimīn. Sharḥ Riyāḍh Al-Ṣaliḥīn min Kalām Sayyid Al-Mursalīn. Dār Al-Watan, Riyāḍh: 1425H, vol 2, pg. 390.

N.B.: Title mine (Ed.)

Edited by Mikail ibn Mahboob Ariff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Innovations

» The Haddādis Are a Guise of the Khawārij —Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl

Seeking Knowledge

» The Real Meaning of Having Fiqh —Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl

» Did Al-Albani Come Up with Opinions of His Own? —Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl

Ḥadīth

» Al-Albānī: Allāh is Angry with Those Who Don’t Ask of Him —Muḥammad Nāṣir al-Dīn al-Albānī

» Finishing the Sunan of Ad-Darimi —Badr ibn Muhammad Al-Badr Al-‘Inazī

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If a Person Keeps Falling into a Sin He Had Repented From

Ibn Taimiyyah, may Allāh have mercy on him, said:

It is not allowed for a Muslim, if he were to repent and then afterwards go back [to committing the sin], to persist [on that sin]; rather, he [must] repent, even if he were to go back [to that sin] a hundred times in a day.

Majmūʿ Al-Fatāwá, vol. 16, p. 58.

N.B.: Title mine (Tr.)
Translated by Mikail ibn Mahboob Ariff

Miscellaneous

» Muhammad Bazmoul: Four Very Common Errors in Thinking —Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl

Prayer

Fatāwá and Rulings

» What Is the “Laghwu” Believers Should Avoid? —Rabī‘ ibn Hādī Al-Madkhalī

» Al-Albānī: What Should Be Said When Slaughtering an ‘Aqīqah? —Muḥammad Nāṣir al-Dīn al-Albānī

» Ibn ‘Uthaimīn on Buying, Selling, or Using Fireworks —Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaimīn

» Al-Albānī: If Someone Forgot to Say “Bismillāh” for Wuḍū —Muḥammad Nāṣir al-Dīn al-Albānī

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Allāh Raises Those Who Rectify Their Hidden Affairs

Ibn Al-Jawzi, may Allāh have mercy on him, said:

By Allāh, I have seen one who is abundant in praying, fasting much, often staying silent, [one who] shows humility in himself and in his dress. Yet, the hearts [of people] turn away from him, and his status amongst them is not all that!

And I have seen one who attires himself in luxurious clothes, does not have a lot of voluntary acts [of worship], nor does he make a show of humility, yet the hearts go one after the other in feeling love for him.

So I reflected on the cause [of this], and then I realised it was what people keep hidden from others [that Allāh knows].

Ibn Al-Jawzī. Ṣayd Al-Khāṭir. Dār Ibn Al-Khuzaimah. Riyadh: 1437H. p. 355.

N.B.: Title mine (Ed.)
Edited by Mikail ibn Mahboob Ariff

Creed

» On Freedom of Expression —Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl

» Al-Albani on Mosques and Graves —Muḥammad Nāṣir al-Dīn al-Albānī

» Ibn Baz: The Ruling Concerning the Saying “You Don’t Deserve It” —ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Bāz

» Ibn Baz: Permissible and Impermissible Fears   —ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Bāz

Marriage

» A Husband Is a Woman’s Paradise or Hell —Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl

» A Wife’s Duties to Her In-laws —Muḥammad ʿAlī Farkūs

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The Strong Believer’s on ʿĪd: Between Fear and Joy

Shaikh Muhammad Bazmoul, may Allāh protect him, said:

A comment I liked:

The strong believer is the one who combines sadness and joy, so his his heart feels fear that Allāh [might] not accept the deeds he sent forward, while his outward dealings are of joy for that which Allāh has bestowed upon us, us Muslims, with ʿĪd.

So Allāh akbar [Allāh is the greatest], Allāh akbar, Allāh akbar, and lillāhil ḥamd [to Him alone is due all praise and thanks].

Let the Jews know that there is wide scope in our religion.

Source: twitter.com/momalbaz. 13 Jun 18. 4:48 pm (GMT+3:00).

N.B.: Title mine (Tr.)
Translated by Mikail ibn Mahboob Ariff

Character and Manners

» Rabi Al-Madkhali: On Advice and Mistakes —Rabī‘ ibn Hādī Al-Madkhalī

» Muhammad Bazmoul: Ways to Keep Ties with Relatives   —Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl

» Ibn ʿUthaimīn On Having Suspicions About Others —Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaimīn

Matters of the Heart

» Ibn ‘Uthaimīn: Three Cases When a Person Becomes a Fāsiq —Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaimīn

» Ibn Baz on Crying Due to an Illness and Talking to People About It —ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Bāz

» Salih Al-Fawzan: Does More Difficult Mean More Reward? —Ṣāliḥ ibn Fawzān al-Fawzān

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From the Benefits of Reciting the Qurʾān

Muḥammad ibn Kaʿb Al-Quraẓī said:

Whoever recites the Qurʾān will be given the enjoyment of his intellect, even if he were to reach 200 hundred years of age.

Al-Bidāyah wa-l-Nihāyah, vol. 9, p. 270.

As quoted by Shaikh Fawāz Al-Madkhalī, twitter.com/fzmhm12121. 5 Jun 18. 5:15 pm.

Translated by Mikail ibn Mahboob Ariff
N.B.: Title mine (Trans.)

 

Tawḥīd

Supplications and Words of Remembrance

» The Meaning of “Al-Taḥiyyāt lillāhi w-al-Ṣalawāt w-al-Ṭayyibāt” —ʿAbd al-Razzāq ibn ʿAbd al-Muḥsin al-Badr

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Treating Your Brothers from Ahl al-Sunnah with Enmity

Shaikh Fawāz Al-Madkhalī, may Allāh protect him, said:

The great scholar Muqbil Al-Wādiʿī, may Allāh the All-High have mercy on him, said:

Whoever treats his brothers [from] the People of the Sunnah with enmity will ever remain in reversals and setbacks.

So when they turned away from the truth, Allāh turned their hearts away from the truth. [From Al-Ṣaff: 5, English meaning]

Source: twitter.com/fzmhm12121. 10 Feb 18. 6:41 pm.

Dealings & Transactions

» Ibn Uthaimīn: When Companies Provide Insurance Coverage —Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaimīn

» Shaikh Muhammad Bazmoul on Using the Heart Symbol —Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar Bāzmūl

Fasting

» Al-Albāni: Does French Kissing Break the Fast? —Muḥammad Nāṣir al-Dīn al-Albānī

Methodology

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When a Sunni Gets Cold Treatment from Some of Ahl al-Sunnah

The great scholar ʿUbaid Al-Jābirī, may Allāh protect him, said:

The Sunnī, even if some of the People of the Sunnah were to behave coldly with him, [still] loves them, defends them, calls [upon Allāh] for them, calls [others] to them, and connects people to them.

He does not part company with them, even if there were something of coldness between him and some of the People of the Sunnah, and something of estrangement, because that which brings them together is the pure religion of Islām. They came together for Allāh’s sake, and they love that, just as they have come together for Allāh’s sake, they break apart for Him.

As for the innovator, he is not upon that. He shows open enmity against the People of the Sunnah and those who are in alliance with them, makes his hatred and aversion to them apparent, digs into their position and status, and strives to separate people from them.

Majmuʿ Al-Rasāʾil Al-Jābiriyyah, “Al-Majmuʿah Al-Ūlá, p. 212, as quoted by the Shaikh Al-ʿAllāmah ʿUbaid Al-Jābirī Channel on Telegram: t.me/ubaid_aljabry. 6 Nov 2015.

Clothing and Dress

» Ibn ‘Uthaimīn: What Women Can Wear in Front of Each Other —Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ al-ʿUthaimīn

» Al-Albānī on Wearing Hair in a Bun Under the Hijāb —Muḥammad Nāṣir al-Dīn al-Albānī

Refutations

» Shaikh Rabi Al-Madkhali Explaining Hizbis and Hizbiyyah —Rabī‘ ibn Hādī Al-Madkhalī

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A Mother’s Huge Right to Good Treatment

Shaikh Ibn Bāz, may Allāh have mercy on him, said:

…Mothers have a huge right, and doing good to them [and obeying them] is an [Islāmic] obligation; doing good to them is [a] greater [act] than doing good to fathers.

The Prophet ﷺ, when he was asked [by someone], “…O Messenger of Allāh, whom should I do good to?” said, “Your mother.” [The person] said, “Then whom?” He said, “Your mother.” [The person] said, “Then whom?” He said, “Your mother.” [The person] said, “Then whom?” He said, “Your father.”

So she gets three-fourths [of good treatment], and he gets a fourth.

Source: binbaz.org.sa/noor/550

Translated by Mikail ibn Mahboob Ariff
N.B.: Title mine (Trans.)

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Is It Allowed to Ask Allāh to Have Mercy upon People of Bidʿah?

Shaikh Rabīʿ ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī, may Allāh protect him, said:

As for asking Allāh to have mercy upon people of innovation [by saying raḥimahullah–may Allāh have mercy on him–and the like], then indeed, it is permissible to ask Allāh to have mercy on them.

This is something the Righteous Predecessors were upon, and from them was Aḥmad ibn Ḥanbal. Texts from the Book of Allāh, All-Great is He and All-High, and from the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allāh ﷺ are evidence for that.

The one who contests this is ignorant and astray.

May Allāh increase in His praises for our Prophet Muḥammad, his family, and his companions; and may He protect them from every harmful thing.

Source: rabee.net/ar/questions.php?cat=26&id=511

Translated by Mikail ibn Mahboob Ariff Ariff