Funeral Prayer - Salatul Janazah
How to pray janazah salaat
Oh Allah! Forgive those of us that are alive and those of us that are dead; those of us that are present and those of us who are absent; those of us who are young and those of us who are adults; our males and our females. Oh Allah! Whomsoever You keep alive, let him live as a follower of Islam and whomsoever You cause to die, let him die a Believer.
Having kids outdoors at the time of Maghrib?
“When it starts to become dark at night, keep your children indoors for the
Shayateen (plural of Shaitaan) roam around at this time. When the time for
Esha passes, you may let them out” (Sahih al-Bukhari, Hadith #: 3280)
what is the difference between mani and mazi (define by color too)
i heard that mazi is najis but what about mani is this najis too.
The Wife in Islam (7 Comment(s))
Marriage is an important part of human life. The main aim of marriage is love, comfort and peace. Allah says in the Qur'an, 'and of his signs is that he has created wives for you from yourselves, that you may dwell in tranquillity with them, and he put between you love and affection'(Qur'an 30:21)
Marriage in the light of Holy Quran and Ahadees
A selection of Hadith's about Marriage in Islam
The Islamic Wife in the light of Holy Quran and Ahadees
Sociologists all over the world are laying more and more stress on the importance of family life, as opposed to what goes on in the West, where 5 out of 10 marriages end in divorce, where 60% of divorced women are prone to suicide, and almost every separated family has a history of a delinquent child.
The Waleemah - should we attend?
It was narrated from Ibn ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If one of you is invited to a waleemah, let him attend.” According to another version: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Accept this invitation when you are invited.” Abu Hurayrah said: “The worst of food is the food of a waleemah to which the rich are invited and the poor are ignored. Whoever does not attend has disobeyed Allaah and His Messenger.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari.
The Fiqh Of Walima
Question: Can you please explain the various aspects related to Walima (marriage feast) in detail?
It is stated in al-Ikhtiyar: “A Walima is an established Sunna. The one who does not accept it would be sinful, for the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him& give him peace) said: “He who refuses an invitation (to a banquet) disobeys Allah and His Messenger (Allah bless him & give him peace).
SEXUALITY AND ISLAM
Islam teaches us everything as to how to eat , dress, etc...is there also a Sunnah way of sleeping with one's wife.is any position Sunnah or is there nothing in Saheeh Hadith with regard to this?
[10 Tips] How to be a Successful Husband
10. Always remember the words of Allah's Messenger - sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam: "The best of you are those who treat their families the best. And I am the best amongst you to my family." Try to be the best!
THE ISLAMIC SEXUAL MORALITY (II) ITS STRUCTURE (1 Comment(s))
In this section, we shall discuss some general laws and rules concerning marriage, marriage ceremony, practical aspect of sex within marriage and some of the often asked questions.
The Islamic Sexual Morality (I) MORALITY (I) ITS FOUNDATION
A. DEFINING THE ISLAMIC VIEW
The Islamic sexual morality is also fundamentally different from the new sexual morality in a sense that it does not accept the concept of free sex. Islam aims at teaching its followers not to suppress their sexual urges, rather to fulfill them but in a responsible way.
SEXUAL ETIQUETIES IN ISLAM (1 Comment(s))
Islam is a complete way of life. Islam provides guidance and regulations for even the private moments of a Muslim’s life. In the collective of Ahadith and Seerah of Rasulullah(Sallallahualay-hi-wassallam) there are numerous incidents and occasions when his companions came forward and enquired from him about matters related to private life and it’s problems. Even the womenfolk from his followers came forward and enquired with regard to matters that are related to marital life and it’s private issues. They did not feel ashamed or shy to learn the truth, nor did our Rasulullah Sallallahu-Alayhi-Wasallam)feel ashamed to expound the truth as the Quran Majeed says: “And Allah (Azza-wa-Jall) does not feel ashamed of the Haqq.” 33/53
It is thus clear that there is nothing wrong in learning or discussing matters related to marriage and sex for the sake of educating ourselves Islamically. Today when the world is realizing the importance of “sex education” in their crude and rude outlook, then why should we as Muslims feel ashamed of reveling Islam’s decent and refined teachings in this field?