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Allah will then ask, ‘What have you done to deserve these blessings? Concerning transactions, such as contracts or their breaching, etc. He came to you [people] in order to teach you your religion,'” Recorded by Muslim. Carry on doing good deeds, for everybody will find it easy to do such deeds that will lead him to his destined place ,’ Then the Prophet peace be upon him recited, which means, As for him who gives [in charity] and keeps his duty to Allah and fears Him, And believes in AI-Husna.

In this case, hikaam his act rejected from its origin or not? So, none of you should spit in the direction of the Qiblah “f; 1 The Suppl ication of rhp ftng r y Jabir said, “We marched with the Prophet peace be upon him in an invasion. As for those who are firmly grounded in hkam, there is no confusion for them and they can easily distinguish between the two. This very meaning is sound justification for the Prophet’s repetition of the conditional phrase as is. But he who falis into the doubtful matters falls into that which is unlawful” These words of the Prophet peace be upon him with regard to ambiguous matters divide mankind into two categories.

However, between these two matters are matters about which it is difficult for many people to distinguish between the permissible and the ‘ Recorded by Al-Bukhary in Kitab Al-lman Book on Faith no. For whomever hikkam into ambiguous matters that are unknown to him as such, and did something which people think ambiguous with his knowledge that it is permissible in itself, then there is no sin upon him from Allah in that. Whoever innovates something in the religion that Allah and His Prophet have not ordered.


Jami Ul Uloom Wa’l Hikam- A Collection Of Knowledge And Wisdom

It also makes a distinction between acts done as a form of worship and others undertaken habitually, such as ritual bathing and other normal bathing to clean oneself. Shaykh Adil Al Shurjee. Shaykh Rabee Bin Zakaria. Imam Abu Hilal Al Aaskari. The Meaning of the Hadith The meaning of this hadith is that part of perfecting one’s Islam is that the individual should avoid whatever actions and speech that don’t concern him, limiting himself only to those words and actions which do.

Any extra duties are not included in obligatory goodness. Imam Abu Bakr Ismaili.

If he later saw that person whom he defended in his absence, he should not mention it. This is only by way of example and Allah knows best. Eat of the good things and do right. An-Nisa 1 ; 4: This meaning was mentioned by some of the Pious Predecessors who said, ‘Whoever exposed himself to suspicion should not blame whoever thought badly about him.

The sharer does not hold any responsibility of any mistakes. Thus, whoever does something that has been forbidden has transgressed His boundaries.

Shaykh Ahmad Bin Muhammad al Buraydee. However, whoever commits what is clearly unlawful, while at the same time avoiding the fine details of unclear matters, should not be encouraged to do so.

Shaykh Badr Abdullah Al Badr. Admonition to those in authority It was narrated on the authority of Abu Hurayrah that the Prophet peace be upon him said, “Verily AHSh is pleased with you jaml three matters and displeased with you concerning three matters.

Shaykh Umar Bin Muhammad Fallaatah.

The following hadiths are but examples. No Muslim doubts the reality that such behavior vanity counteracts one’s good deeds, and that anyone who acts in that way incurs being despised and dal from Allah.

Then, if they do that, their blood and wealth will be protected from me, except in accordance with the right of Islam. Shaykh Ali Ibn Yahya al Bahlaki. Shaykh Abdullah Adh Dhufaree. He asked [his household], “Did you give a part of it as a present to our Jewish neighbor? Shaykh Mahir Al Muaiqely. The definition of “matter” in this context is His Religion and Law r s.


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Shaykh Dr Tariq al Suwaidhan. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! The condition of being married before committing adultery in order to be killed applies to homosexuality and incest as well, whether such illegal sexual intercourse is contracted or not. In terms of the forms of worship, some are obligatory while others are optional Also, an obligatory act of worship may be of different types: I [Yahya along with Humayd bin ‘Abdur-Rahman Al-Himyary set out for pilgrimage or ‘Umrah and said, ‘Should it so happen that we meet one of the Companions of the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him we shall ask him concerning what they are saying about Al- QadarS Unexpectedly, we came upon ‘Abdullah bin ‘Umar bin Al- Khattah, while he was entering the mosque.

Shaykh Dr Saleh as Saleh. Rather, the soul is at rest with it, and the heart is secure in it.

The meaning of tl he clears himself here is that he seeks to be free from deficiency and dishonor in his religion and honor. This shows on his tongue by his rememberence of Allah, and his limbs by the righteous deeds which he performs, both of which are the fruit of that faith and included in its name.

Notify me of new posts via email. The statement of the Prophet peace be upon him explaining ihsan [It is] that you worship Allah as if you see Him Shaykh Abdullah Adh Dhafeeree. In such a case, taking the license is preferred to leaving it. Shaykh Dr Saad bin Turki al Katlaan. Not all ways by which one draws closer to Allah are unconditionally considered acts of worship.

Such characteristics are controlling oneself in cases of desire, fear, lust and anger.