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    فَمَا لَهُ مِنْ قُوَّةٍ وَلَا نَاصِرٍ
    He will have no strength or helper.

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    1914_21264698009“And that the human being can have nothing but what he has earned (good or bad).”Al-Qur’an 53:39

      Commenting on this ayah Ibn Kathir, rahimahullah, said, Imam ash-Shafi’i concluded from this ayah that reciting the Qur’an does not benefit the dead, because it is not from their doing and earning. For this reason, Allah’s Messenger, upon whom be peace, did not recommend it to his ummah, encourage them to do it, or guide them to it with a text or a hint. Nor was such a thing reported from any of the sahabah. Had this been any good, they would have preceeded us in doing it. Matters of worship must be limited to the texts, and are not liable to modifications based on analogies and opinions.” [Tafsir Qur’an il-‘Adhim] It is in general true that one cannot benefit from other people’s deeds after his death. But this has important exceptions detailed in this chapter. Continue reading

      untitledTry and add a Sunnah of the prophet ( Pbuh) to your life on the blessing day of Jumah, and during the week days. If you are not using Miswak, try it today. Imam Ahmad narrated from Ibn Umar ( Allah bless them all) that  the messenger of Allah ( pbuh) said: ( make it a habit to perform Miswak, as it is a means of cleaning the mouth and a means of attaining the pleasure of Allah. { Musnad Ahmad , vol. 2, page 438, no. 5869.

      Bilal was a black slave belonging to ‘Umayyah ibn Khalaf. He was tall, thin and slightly hump-backed. Thick grayish hair crowned his head. He moved about silently – speaking only in reply. He was born to two slave parents, making him a slave. He used to travel to ash-Sham for ‘Umayyah’s trading caravan, braving the bitter cold of winter and the extreme heat of summer. His only recompense was a handful of dates each day that he ate to strengthen his body. At his master’s house he would serve the guests while going hungry. He was overworked and mistreated as were ‘Umayyah’s other slaves. Continue reading

      16The Prophet said, “Iman is to believe in Allah, His angels, His books, His messengers, the Day of Judgment and al-qadr, the good of it and the evil of it.”

      Alhamdulillahi rabbil-‘alamin was salatu was salamu ‘ala ashrifil anbiya wal-mursalin nabiyina Muhammad wa ‘ala alihi wa sahbihi ajma’in

      Amma ba’ad

      Living in a time where the Muslims have been enthralled by the dunya (the worldly life) and distanced themselves from the scholars, the correct set of beliefs has become something unknown to the average Muslim. From the set of beliefs that many of the Muslims have strayed in, is the belief in predestination, otherwise known as al-qada’ and al-qadr. So in this short treatise the correct beliefs pertaining to al-qada’ and al-qadr will become clear to the reader, by the will of Allah, the Most High.

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      Question: Is it permissible to discharge Zakaatul-Fitr from meat? Some of the desert dwellers don’t have food to distribute for Zakaatul-Fitr, so is it permissible for them to slaughter some of their animals and distribute it to the poor?
      *Please appropriately reference this fatwa to: www.fatwa-online.com, thankyou!*
      Answer: This is not correct, because the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) made it obligatory to give one saa’ of food, while meat is Continue reading

      Question: What is the ruling for denying Zakaatul-Fitr and how is the denier to be dealt with?

      Response: It’s denial is not permissible (muharram)! Because it is egressing from that which the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) has legislated, as has just preceded from the hadeeth of Ibn ‘Umar (radhi-yallaahu ‘anhumaa) (who said): ((The Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) legislated Zakaatul-Fitr…), and it is known that leaving off that which is obligatory is not permissible (haraam), and in (doing so) is sin and disobedience. Continue reading

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