27th Ramadan, 1435 A.H.

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The correct way to recite in your prayers (Salah)

The correct way to recite in your prayers (Salah)

The correct way to recite in your prayers (Salah) and in morning and evening supplications By Shaykh Muhammad bin Umar Bazmool Translated & Foreword by Umm Yahya Foreword: Are we saying your morning and evening Dua’ yet being afflicted by trials? This concise article may shed light on some questions. Shaykh Muhammad bin Umar Bazmool

What is the Description of the Night-Prayer in the Last 10 Nights

What is the Description of the Night-Prayer in the Last 10 Nights

Question & Answers with Shaykh Ubayd ibn Abdullah al-Jaabiree Original Arabic Text can be found Here: http://ar.miraath.net/fatwah/6458 QUESTION Our Shaykh, May Allah preserve you, most of the questions that have come to us revolve around the description of the night-prayer in these ten blessed nights, and ask about the method of praying them. Some people pray

Gatherings in the Month of Ramadhaan

Gatherings in the Month of Ramadhaan

Gatherings in the Month of Ramadhaan is a series of lectures recorded in the English language, (Prepared and delivered by Shahzeb, Abu Ayesha) containing issues relating to the month of Ramadhaan – specifically fasting. These lectures include the rulings pertaining to fasting, its virtues, its wisdom etc. These lectures are largely compiled from the works

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It is reported that once, some good food was served to Anas [Ibn Mâlik] – Allâh be pleased with him, and [the person who served the food] was well off enough to afford good food. As he was eating, he kept a morsel of the food in his mouth for a while, then looked at the people and began to cry. Then he said, “By Allâh, I have accompanied people who, if they could get hold of this kind of food, would have fasted even more often, and spent less time not fasting. One of them would find only milk mixed with water [as food], which he would drink and then fast on.” Al-Mu’âfâ b. ‘Imrân, Kitâb Al-Zuhd article 215.
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A man once asked ‘Alî – Allâh be pleased with him – about taking a full bath (ghusl). He replied, “Wash every day if you want.” The man said, “No, what I mean is the ghusl.” ‘Ali replied, “Al-Jumu’ah (Friday), the Day of ‘Arafah, the Day of Al-Nahr (sacrificial slaughter, ‘Eid al-Adhâ) and the Day of Al-Fitr (the ‘Eid following Ramadân).” Al-Bayhaqî, Al-Sunan Al-Kubrâ, hadîth #6343.
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It is reported that Al-Fudayl b. ‘Ayyād – Allāh have mercy on him – said: Whoever sees a wrongdoing from his brother and then laughs in front of him has betrayed him. Abū Bakr Al-Daynūrī, Al-Mujālasah wa Jawāhir Al-’Ilm 5:115
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