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Legal verdicts on issues related to the month of Ramaḍān

What is extremism?

What is extremism?   What is the meaning of ‘going to extremes’ in Islam? Is it considered extremism if a woman covers her face or a man lets his beard grow? Is it extremism to adhere to the prophet’s way and refuse every innovated matter in Islam? What is the implication of the fact that… Continue Reading

Knowledge by Shaykh Ibn Baz

Knowledge His Eminence Shaykh: `Abdul-`Aziz ibn `Abdullah ibn Muhammad Al Al-Shaykh All praise be to Allah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon the Last of the Prophets. Knowledge is the noblest pursuit and the most important gain. Indeed it is, since knowledge is the condition for realizing the worship of none but Allah, the… Continue Reading

Allah will not change the condition, unless……..

Allaah will not change the condition of the people, Until they change what is within themselves                                                                                         Imaam Abdul Aziz bin Abdullaah bin Baz Majmoo’ Fataawa Ibn Baaz (24/249-251)   What is the meaning of the words of Allaah in Soorat al-Ra’d (interpretation of the meaning): “Verily, Allaah will not change the (good) condition of a… Continue Reading

Following the Salaf as-Salih

Following the Salaf as-Salih   Imaam al-Awzaa’ee [d.157H] – rahimahullaah – said: “Patiently restrict yourself to the Sunnah and stop where the people stopped, say what they said and avoid what they avoided. Take the path of your Salaf as-Salih (The Pious Predecessors, the Companions of the Messenger, the next generation and the following generation… Continue Reading

She Has Not Completed Ramaḍān, Can She Fast the 6 Days of Shawwāl?

She Has Not Completed Ramaḍān, Can She Fast the 6 Days of Shawwāl?

[Q.] A woman has many days remaining from Ramaḍān, can she begin fasting the six days of Shawwāl, in order not to miss Shawwāl? [A.] No, she must complete Ramadān, due to his saying (ṣallAllāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam): ”Whoever fasts Ramaḍān then follows it with six days from Shawwāl…”, thus she has not fasted Ramaḍān… Continue Reading

Which Night is Superior – The Night of Qadr or the Night of Isrāʾ?

Which Night is Superior – The Night of Qadr or the Night of Isrāʾ?

Ibn Taymiyyah [may Allāh have mercy upon him] answers: “The Night of Isrāʾ is superior in regards to the Prophet [praise and security be upon him] whilst the Night of Qadr is superior in regards to the Ummah. So the Prophet’s share with which he was distinguished on the Night of Miʿrāj is more complete and… Continue Reading

Performing Iʿtikāf In Other Than The Three Mosques

Performing Iʿtikāf In Other Than The Three Mosques

Question: Is it permissible to perform Iʿtikāf in mosques other than the three mosques? (al-Masjid al-Ḥarām, al-Masjid al-Nabawī and al-Masjid al-Aqsā) and what is the evidence? Answer: Yes, it is permissible to perform Iʿtikāf in mosques other than the three mosques- al-Masjid al-Ḥarām, The Prophet’s mosque (peace be upon him) and al-Masjid al-Aqsā. The evidence… Continue Reading

Whoever has a wet dream during the daytime in Ramaḍān, does this ruin his fast?

Whoever has a wet dream during the daytime in Ramaḍān, does this ruin his fast?

[A.] Whoever has a wet dream there is nothing upon him, because wet dreams are not by choice, so does not ruin his fast. Likewise, the pilgrim’s state of ritual consecration (Iḥrām) is not ruined, because wet dreams are unintentional and he conforms to it without choice. However, it is obligatory upon him to make… Continue Reading






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