Saturday, April 30, 2016

Rehlah 30.04.2016-02.05.2016 - Penutupan kelas/Cancellation of classes

Assalaamu 'alaikum wa rahmatullaah,

الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و صحبه و من تبع هداه

أما بعد

Ikhwah wa akhawaat yang dimuliakan,

Dimaklumkan bahawa kelas-kelas pengajian berikut ditiadakan selama pemergian saya untuk Rehlah;

Sabtu (30hb April) Masjid Firdaus & Masjid an-Nahdhah.
Ahad (01hb Mei) Kelas Pembantu Rumah MKS

Harap dapat sebarkan pada teman-teman.
Baarakallahu fiekum

Dear all, brothers and sisters in Iman,
Due to my Rehlah trip, I will be away  for Rehlah from 30th April to the 1st of May, the following classes will be postponed:

Saturday (30th April) Important Lessons for every Muslim
Sunday (1st May 2016) Arabic in English at MKS

The Monday Night: Guide to Solat class will be as per normal Inshaa' Allaah, unless I give another update. If not, then "no news is good news".

Please do relay this to other participants.
Baarakallaahu feekum

Friday, April 15, 2016

(Terkini) Kursus Jenazah setiap Khamis selepas Maghrib di Salsabil

Assalaamu 'alaikum wa rahmatulLaah,

الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و صحبه و من تبع هداه
أما بعد

Ikhwatie alkiraam,

Alhamdulillaah, Kursus Baru bertajuk: "Tatacara Pengurusan Jenazah menurut as-Sunnah" akan dimulakan di Salsabil pada setiap Khamis, selepas Maghrib hingga Isyak, pada 21hb April 2016.
Diharapkan bagi ikhwah dan akhawat yang berminat, dapat kiranya membuat pendaftaran dan sekaligus tempahan buku/nota pengajian, dengan memberikan Nama dan No Telefon kepada pihak Salsabil, menerusi cara yang akan diperincikan oleh pihak Salsabil.

Kursus adalah percuma.
Terbuka untuk umum, Muslimin & Muslimat.
Hanya perlu membeli Nota $15.00 sahaja.
Mula 21hb April berlangsung setiap Khamis (Maghrib-Isya') selama 24 minggu (cuti Ramadhan & Eid kemudian sambung semula, Insyaa' Allaah).
Semoga Allah memberkati usaha kita dan menjadikannya dalam timbangan amalan baik kita. Ameen.






Friday, April 8, 2016

Pendaftaran TERAKHIR untuk Rehlah 3.0 & Kelas Kaedah Fiqh ditiadakan 8.4.16

Assalaamu 'alaikum wa rahmatulLaah,
الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و صحبه و من تبع هداه

أما بعد
Ikhwatie alkiraam,

Alhamdulillaah, atas permintaan beberapa teman yang belum berkesempatan mendaftarkan diri untuk menyertai Rehlah 3.0. kerana kesibukan seharian, berikut diumumkan tarikh penutup pendaftaran yang terkini dan terakhir.
Setelah ini, kami terpaksa menutup pendaftaran.
Sekaligus dimaklumkan,  Kelas "Kaedah Fiqh" selepas Isyak, ditiadakan pada Jumaat ini, 8hb April 2016, untuk memberi ruang bagi pendaftaran terakhir ini. Kelas akan dimulakan semula dengan pemakluman akan datang. Maka Ikhwah yang berminat menyertai Rehlah ini, bagi yang belum berdaftar, diharapkan dapat hadir pada malam ini atau mewakilkan seseorang untuk membuat pendaftaran.
Afwan wa Baarakallaah feekum.
Semoga Allah permudahkan segala urusan dan menjadikannya lancar dan bermanfaat bagi kita semua Dunia & Akhirat.



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Thursday, April 7, 2016

Pendaftaran dibuka untuk Pengajian "ZAADEE"

Assalaamu 'alaikum wa rahmatullaah,

الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و صحبه و من تبع هداه

أما بعد

Ikhwah wa akhawaat yang dimuliakan,

Sukacita dimaklumkan pengajian bermodul baru ini, yang berterusan beberapa Modul Insyaa Allah. Semoga Allah kurniakan Pertolongan dan PetunjukNya, Amin



Thursday, March 31, 2016

Who are your Salafi Scholars and who you take your knowledge from?

الحمد لله رب العالمين ، و الصلاة و السلام على سيد المرسلين ، و على آله و صحبه أجمعين
أما بعد:


In the Name of Allah Most Gracious Most Merciful.
May peace and blessings of Allah be upon our beloved Prophet Muhammad and his followers.
Wa ba'd,

Dear readers, I am taking a very different approach here in dealing with some brothers and sisters, who though have good intention but due to the lack of knowledge, and not taking from the true correct sources of knowledge, fall short and thus making a lot of confusion in this matter: "who do you take your knowledge from? that is your Islamic religious knowledge - ad-Deen?". At the same time, another group went to the other extreme, taking knowledge from anyone and everyone without reference and proper guidance.

These brothers and sisters (the first group) would normally ask you such a question, as cited above and "who are the scholars you refer to" and sadly, they make this a fitnah and start to confuse people who never had the chance to seek knowledge directly from the true scholars of Islam. They themselves (these brothers and sisters) are also at lost, not knowing the Arabic language and not learning from the True Scholars as well, yet you will discover that they would boastfully, arrogantly regard themselves as having acquired "true authentic knowledge" just because they learn by means of tele-link from "da'iees/preachers" who claim to have links to specific scholars.


Thursday, March 10, 2016

New Lesson on Solat @ Masjid Kampung Siglap starts 28.3.2016 (Inshaa' Allah)

Assalaamu 'alaikum wa rahmatullaah,

الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و صحبه و من تبع هداه

أما بعد

Dear all, brothers and sisters in Iman,


Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Not to be associated with Daarul Hijrah (El-'Ayn) & Toobaawear

Bismillaah walhamdulillaah was solaatu was salaamu 'alaa Rasuulillaah wa ba'd,

Dear readers,
Assalaamu 'alaykum wa rahmatullaah,
Just to clarify issues. Especially to those brothers who are to return the "sponsored books" they took earlier. Whatever posted here is a sum-up of all the write-ups I wrote about this issue and all these are not to be linked to any of the Asatizah, just the Admin of Toobaawear and what previously known as El-'Ayn (Daarul Hijrah).

Sunday, February 7, 2016

2 Questions on CNY (Chinese New Year) Celebration - a True Muslim Stance

Question 1:
Assalammualaikum Ustaz,
 
What about these questions?



  1. Can I accept but don't give gifts e.g. red packets, oranges, presents for other occasions like birthdays or Christmas as well? Or do I have to reject them?
  2. Can I attend (just be present, but not attend the offerings ceremony) my parent's or relatives' funeral/cremation if they were to die?
  3. During the wedding, is the tea ceremony to offer tea to the elderly allowed?
 
I hope your clarifications can help.

Awaiting for your kind respond.

JazakALlahul Khairan Kathiran.

Regards & Salam

Wendy Ong

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

A Query on Celebrating and Congratulating Non Islamic Festivals

Soalan:
Assalaamu 'alaikum Ustaz,
Saya nak tanya, betul ke kita tidak boleh ikut serta perayaan bukan Islam, misalnya ucap "Merry Christmas". Apakah ini perkara perselisihan pendapat, misalnya Madzhab Syafi'ie atau Maliki beza pendapat?
(Tolong jawab dalam English, supaya mudah saya terangkan pada yang lain).

Abang Jempol Hougang

Jawapan: 
Wa 'alaikumussalaam wa rahmatullaah wa barakaatuh, 
Bismillaah walhamdulillaah was solaatu was salaam ‘alaa Rasuulillaah wa ‘alaa aalihi wa sohbihi wa man waalaah.
Ammaa ba'd,

Terlebih dahulu, saya memohon maaf kerana lambat jawab soalan Tuan (28hb Disember). 
Berikut ini penjelasan 'Ulama mengenai perkara yang ditanyakan:

Allaah the Exalted and Most High says (translation):

“And those who do not witness falsehood, and if they pass by some evil play or evil talk, they pass it by with dignity” [al-Furqaan 25:72]. 

The scholars interpreted "az-Zour - falsehood" in this aayah as referring to the festivals of the mushrikeen. So the meaning of the aayah, this sacred verse of the Qur'an is: "And those who do not witness or attend the festivals of the mushrikeen"

Tafseer at-Tabari (d. 310H/923CE): 17/522

Ibn Bashshaar narrated (with it's chain of narration) that ad-Dhohhaak interpreted this verse, he said: it is "as-Shirk" associating others as Gods other than Allah.

Younus narrated (with it's chain of narration): Ibn Zayd said: "az-Zour" is whatever they do for their Idols and their respect and honour for them (the false gods)

[al-Imam at-Tabari; Muhammad ibn Jareer al-Tabari was born in 224H and died in 310H, at the age of eighty-six. Ibn Khuzaymah (223-301H) said: I have read it from beginning to end and I do not know of anyone on the face of the earth who is more knowledgeable than Ibn Jareer - Siyar A’laam al-Nubala’, 14/273.] 


Tafseer Ibn Katseer: 10/331:
Abul 'Aaliyah, Thowous, Muhammad bin Siereen, ad-Dhohhaak, ar-Rabie' bin Anas and many others said: (az-Zour) is the festivals of the Mushrikeen.

[al-Imam Ibn Katseer; Abu’l-Fida’ Ismaa’eel ibn Katheer al-Dimashqi, d. 774H (1372 AD/CE). Al-Suyooti (died 911H -  may Allaah have mercy on him) said concerning this Tafseer: Nothing like it has ever been written. Tadhkirat al-Huffaaz, p. 534.]

Ibn al-Qayyim (died 751H/1350CE) in Ahkam Ahl al-Dhimma (vol. 1, p. 205) writes, "Giving congratulations on the special events that are specific to the disbelievers, such as congratulating them on their holidays by saying, "Blessed holiday for you" or other similar greetings, is considered forbidden by the agreement of the scholars. Even if the one who states it is free from any aspect of apostasy, it is still a forbidden act and it is the same as congratulating them upon their prostrations to the crucifix. In fact, that is one of the greatest sins in Allah's (Subhaanu wa ta'ala) sight. That is a greater sin than congratulating them for drinking wine, having illegal sexual intercourse and so on. Many of them who are not very religious do such things and they do not know how evil what they are doing really is. Whoever congratulates another human for any sin, heresy, or act of apostasy has exposed himself to the punishment and anger of Allah (Subhaanu wa ta'ala). The pious people from the early scholars would avoid congratulating the oppressors when they received positions of authority or the ignorant when they were given judicial or teaching positions in order to avoid the punishment of Allah (Subhaanu wa ta'ala) and falling from His Grace. If a person would be compelled to go to such people to repel any evil that he expected from him, only to speak well to him and to ask Allah (Subhaanu wa ta'ala) to guide him, there is nothing wrong with that." 


قال الزيلعي في "تبيين الحقائق" (حنفي) (6/228) : " ( والإعطاء باسم النيروز والمهرجان لا يجوز ) أي الهدايا باسم هذين اليومين حرام بل كفر , وقال أبو حفص الكبير رحمه الله لو أن رجلا عبد الله خمسين سنة ثم جاء يوم النيروز , وأهدى لبعض المشركين بيضة ، يريد به تعظيم ذلك اليوم ، فقد كفر , وحبط عمله . وقال صاحب الجامع الأصغر : إذا أهدى يوم النيروز إلى مسلم آخر , ولم يرد به التعظيم لذلك اليوم , ولكن ما اعتاده بعض الناس لا يكفر , ولكن ينبغي له أن لا يفعل ذلك في ذلك اليوم خاصة , ويفعله قبله أو بعده ، كي لا يكون تشبها بأولئك القوم , وقد قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم { من تشبه بقوم فهو منهم } . وقال في الجامع الأصغر رجل اشترى يوم النيروز شيئا ، لم يكن يشتريه قبل ذلك ، إن أراد به تعظيم ذلك اليوم كما يعظمه المشركون كفر , وإن أراد الأكل والشرب 
والتنعم لا يكفر " انتهى .

Al-Zayla’i (al-Hanafi) said in Tabyeen al-Haqaa’iq (6/228): Giving gifts on the occasion of Nayrooz and Mahrjaan [two non-Islamic Persian festivals] is not permissible, i.e., giving gifts on these two days is haraam, and is in fact kufr. Abu Hafs al-Kabeer (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: If a man were to worship Allaah for fifty years, then on the day of Nayrooz he were to give an egg as a gift to one of the mushrikeen, intending thereby to venerate that day, he would have committed kufr and his good deeds would be cancelled out. The author of al-Jaami’ al-Asghar said: If he gives a gift to another Muslim on the day of Nayrooz, not intending thereby to venerate that day, but it is the habit of some people to give gifts on that day, then this is not regarded as kufr. But he should not do it on that particular day; he should do it before or after, so that he will not be imitating those people. The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever imitates a people is one of them.” It says in al-Jaami’ al-Asghar: A man bought something on the day of Nayrooz which he did not buy before that. If he intended thereby to venerate that day as the mushrikoon venerate it, then he has committed kufr, but if he wanted to eat or drink or enjoy himself, then he has not committed kufr. End quote.


If it is said that, this is the statement of Hanafi, Shafi'ee and Hambali scholars. I am a follower of Maliki.

 
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