Which has more reward, fasting the 13, 14, 15 of each month or Mondays and Thursdays?
Clapping in Muslim Gatherings And Celebrations
The days to fast apart from Ramadan
Can I please know which days I should fast before Ramadan start? If you can give me some dates because I am not an Arab. I converted to Islam and if I can know also when the Ramadan will start exactly?
Avoiding Staying Out After Maghrib: Is There Any Religious Basis for This?
“When the darkness of the night envelops–or it becomes nightfall–withhold your children (from going outside). Verily, the jinn spread out at this time. Then, when part of the night has passed, let them go outside. And lock the doors whilst mentioning Allah’s name. Verily, the devil cannot open a locked door.”
Rules Concerning Masah on Leather Socks (1 Comment(s))
Wiping the outside of leather socks
Women Visiting Graves.
Anas ibn Maalik related that once the Prophet (SAW) passed by a woman crying beside a grave and said to her, "Fear Allah and be patient." [Sahih Al-Bukhari, vol.2, p.208, #372; Sahih Muslim, vol.2, p.439, #2013]
Sunnah "When Going To Sleep
These following Sunnah Rasool (sallallaho alaihe wasallam) can be fulfilled every time we sleep, during the day and night.
He Who Relieves Hardship of A Believer
What is the reward for the relief of hardship of the believer. We live in a selfish world where we think only of ourselves. Can we think and help others too!
licking fingers after the meal (1 Comment(s))
Etiquettes of Visiting the Graveyard
The Prophet (saw) said: “I had prohibited you from visiting the graves, but now I encourage you to visit them, because they are a reminder of the Hereafter.” (Abu Dawood and Ahmad)
Accepting an Invitation (1 Comment(s))
Hadhrat Abdullah ibn Umar (Radiyallahu anhu) narrates that the Holy Prophet (pbuh) said:
“The person who is invited amongst you by his brother should accept the invitation whether it is a wedding invitation or anything similar to it.” [Muslim]
Visiting the Sick
It is a Sunnah of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace and Blessings be upon him) to visit the sick. We should always visit those who are sick because it helps us to reflect and take heed, as those who are ill are close to Allah Ta'ala.
Ruling on visiting the sick
Some of the scholars are of the view that it is a confirmed Sunnah (Sunnah mu’akkadah). Shaykh al-Islam (Ibn Taymiyah) favoured the view that it is a communal obligation (fard kifaayah), as stated in al-Ikhtiyaaraat (p. 85) and this is the correct view. It is proven in al-Saheehaayn that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “There are five duties that the Muslim owes to his brother Muslim,” one of which is visiting the sick. According to another version: “The rights of one Muslim over another are…” Al-Bukhaari said: Chapter on the obligation of visiting the sick, and he narrated the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): “Feed the hungry, visit the sick and free the captives.” End quote.