Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Lessons Schedule after/Jadual pengajian selepas Eidul Fitri 1435H/2014

Assalaamu 'alaykum wa rahmatullaah.

Bismillaah walhamdulillaah was solaatu was salaam 'alaa Rasuulillaah wa 'alaa aalihi wa sohbihi wa man waalaah, wa ba'd.

Ikhwatie wa akhawaatie saudara2 dan saudari2 sekalian, dimaklumkan berikut ini, pembukaan semula serta jadual pengajian bagi kelas-kelas selepas Cuti Hari Raya 'Eidul Fitri:

Dear brothers and siters, the following is the time-table for the lessons after Eidul Fitri break:

Dengan memohon maaf atas apa jua kesulitan, diharapkan pemberitahuan ini dimaklumi dan disebarkan kepada yang berkenaan.

Sekian. Baarakallaahfiekum.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Badal Haji Untuk Arwah Ibu

Soalan:

Assalamu'alaikum,

Saya ingin bertanya jika arwah ibu saya tidak pernah bernazar atau menyimpan wang untuk pergi haji, wajibkah saya mengupah orang untuk membut haji buat arwah ibu saya menggunakan wang CPF yang arwah ibu saya tinggalkan?

Allahyarhamah ibu saya mempunyai penyakit epilepsy dan juga mild schizophrenia. Adakah ini membuatnya terkecuali melakukan haji?

- Daripada Rashidah


Friday, August 29, 2014

The 2 Eid Prayers (‘Eid al-Fitri & ‘Eid al-Adha) from Tamaamul Minnah_Part 1

The 2 Eid Prayers (‘Eid al-Fitri & ‘Eid al-Adha)[*]

Al-Ustadz Sayyid Saabiq wrote:
Its ruling is sunnat mu’akkadah (a Sunnat which is highly recommended), as the Prophet (sollalLaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) always performed it and he ordered the men and women to go out to attend it …”
Comment: The “order” from the Prophet mentioned by the author only prooves that it is Wajib (Compulsory – rather than a highly recommended Sunnat), if his order to go out to attend it (the ‘Eid Prayer) is considered wajib, for certain and most appropriately, the sholat itself is also Wajib and this is very clear.… Among the proofs…it (performing the Eid Prayer) drops the obligation of the Jumu’ah/Friday Prayer, if both coincide on the same day (Eid falls on Friday) ….what is not “oblgiatory/compulsory would in no way drop a compulsory/obligatory item as mentioned by Siddieq Khan in his book “Ar-Raudhah An-Nadiyah” and do read up the complete clarification in that book and also in “As-Sail Al-Jarraar”: 1/315.

Conclusion (translator): According to the most righteous opinion, The Eid Prayers are compulsory prayers and not just recommended voluntary prayers.


The Handshake After Solat

The Handshake after solat

al-Imam an-Nawawi (rahimahullaah) said: “As for the handshake after Solat as traditionally practised after the Fajr/Subh and ‘Asr prayers, as mentioned by asy-Syeikh al-Imam Abu Muhammad bin ‘Abdis Salam(rahimahullaah): It is a permissible bid‘ah....what he said is good …” [1]

            According to asy-Syeikh al-Bassam: “Imam asy-Syeikh Taqiyuddien[2](rahimahullaah) said: The Handshake after the solat, has no origin (not from the Sunnah), not textually nor practised by the Prophet (sollalLaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) and not even the Companions (Sahabah) (radhiyalLaahu 'anhum). If it is legislated/legitimised, we would have gathered many narrations and certainly they would have practised it. But if, occassionally, meeting a muslim brother, coincidentally after the Solat, not due to the Solat itself, then (there is no harm in that and) it is permissble”[3]





[1] Ibid., (ibidem=the same reference as mentioned in the previous footnote): i.e al-Majmoo': 3/452.
[2]Syaikh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyah, Taqiyuddin Ahmad bin ‘Abdul Haliem al-Harrānī ad-Dimasyqī (w.728H). Imam adz-Dzahabi (the author of  Siyar al-A‘lam, w: 748H): I have never met, in his lifetime, someone so great as him, in his powerful memory able to recall the opinions of scholars, their proofs and their justification and then analysed and suggested the best opinion with all the valid proofs and sound argument as well as righteous justification mentioned in many disciplines. 
[3] Tawdih al-Ahkam: 2/114.

Wiping the Face After Making Du‘a’



 
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