To You, Creator, I Raise My Longing

Ask me anything   All Praise Is Due To Allah And May The Blessings And Peace Be Upon Our Prophet Muhammad Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam

A Muslimah Upon Quran And Sunnah According To The Understanding Of As-Salaf As-Saalih

“I AM NOTHING, & NOTHING (GOOD) HAS COME FROM ME -Shaykhul Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah Rahimahullah

Khadijah Bint Ahmed Umm Zayd Al Jawziyyah

Hooyo Fiira-Dheer Baa Dhashoo, Dhawrtay Magaceeda
Dhiirrane Waa Aabbaheed Oo, Lama-Dhaqaajaan Ah

"If a camel died, wretched, on the bank of the (river) Nile, I would fear that Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, will ask me about it."
Umar bin al-Khattaab (radiallaahu anhu) In al-Muntadham of Ibn al-Jawzee (4/141) through Hayaat al-Salaf of Ahmad al-Tayyaar.
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The Ruling On Sitting On A Prayer Mat That Contains A Picture Of A Masjid !!!

As Shaykh Bin Baaz, may Allaah have mercy upon him, was asked on the ruling of sitting on a prayer mat that has a picture of the Masjid al Haraam and Masjid an Nabawee or any other masjid ?

A: It is a must that these prayer mats are not used due to (sitting on it) is consider to be belittling these Masaajids even though it (the masjid ) is not actually present but however (sitting on ) the picture is consider to be belittling it. So the least of its affair is being makrooh (disliked).It is a must that it is not used but rather one should use the prayer mats that are free from that ( pictures of Masjids) and the worse picture it can be is the picture of the Masjid of the Prophet, alaihi as salaatu was salaam, and what it( his masjid) contains of such as his grave for indeed sitting on the (picture) of his ,alaihi as salaatu was salaam, grave is consider to belittling it and degrading its v alue even though one may not intend that. So it is a must that these prayer mats are not used and the least of its affair is being makrooh rather one should use the prayer mats that are free from that (pictures of Masjids).

The Reference: Sharhu Nawaaqidil Islaam, Side A of The Tape

source: http://aloloom.net/vb/showthread.php?t=6000

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Sometimes We Might Get Upset Or Angry When We Hear That People Are Backbiting Or Even Slandering Us Behind Our Backs But Take Comfort In The Wisdom Of The Salaf

In the Name of Allaah, the Most Merciful, may His Salaah and Salaam be upon His last Messenger to all of mankind, to proceed…

It has been narrated that one of the great imaams of the early Salaf, ‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Mahdee [d.198] (may Allaah have Mercy on him), said:

لولا أني أكره أن يعصى الله لتمنيت أن لا يبقى أحد في المصر إلا اغتابني!  أي شيء أهنأ من حسنة يجدها الرجل في صحيفته لم يعمل بها؟

“If I did not hate that Allaah be disobeyed, I would have wished that there was no one left in the whole city except that he has backbitten me!  What is more rewarding than a man finding a good deed (written) in his book for something he did not even do?!”

Source: Siyar A’laam An-Nubalaa’ (9/195-196), Risaalah printing

ELABORATION

“If I did not hate that Allaah be disobeyed…”

Meaning that backbiting is haraam, and to wish that the Muslims would backbite would be wishing that Allaah be disobeyed.  However, to stress the benefit of being backbitten, he goes on to say:

“…I would have wished that there was no one left in the whole city except that he has backbitten me!”

When someone is backbitten or slandered, naturally he feels disturbed and upset, and even a sense of loss.  So people need someone to point out that there is a great amount of good in being the focus of people’s backbiting.  This advice of Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Mahdee seems to be from the idea of mutually advising each other to have patience, as mentioned in Soorah Al-’Asr.

Apparently, this was in response to him hearing that some people were talking about him, or possibly someone was complaining to him about having been backbitten, and Allaah knows best.  He says that if it was permissible to wish for others to fall into disobedience, he would have wished that they all would backbite him, and then he clarifies the reason for saying this:

“…What is more rewarding than a man finding a good deed (written) in his book for something he did not even do?!”

Since the one who backbites someone (in other than the permissible, sometimes obligatory, forms of backbiting) forwards to that person his good deeds or will be made to be accountable for bad deeds of his victim, as mentioned in the hadeeth of Al-Bukhaaree:

“The bankrupt one from my nation will come on the Day of Judgement with deeds of prayer, fasting, zakaah, but he has insulted this one, maligned that one, taken the money of this one, spilled the blood of that one, or hit another one.  So some of his good deeds will be given to this one and that one.  If no good deeds remain, then it will be judged that their bad deeds be taken and cast upon him, then he will be cast into the Fire.”

And we ask Allaah for protection.

So then his statement, “…a good deed (written) in his book for something he did not even do,” seems to be referring to what is mentioned in the hadeeth that the one who is maligned will be given some of the good deeds of the one who maligned him.

And Allaah knows best.

Written by: Moosaa Richardson

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Al-Furqân E-Learning Arabic Institute

May Allah Azza Wa Jal Reward Abu Asiyah al Ilyas al Kanadi For His Effort And Time Organizing This Beautiful Opportunity For Us To Learn Arabic With The Professors Of Umm Al Qura University

What would you do if you came into contact with the greatest scholars of our time, the likes of Sheikh Saleh al Fawzan, Sheikh Abdul Azeez ala Sheikh, Rabe bin Hadee, Sheikh Ubaid al Jabiree, etc…, what if you came into contact with these scholars without having a translator?! How much would you truly be able to benefit from them?! How many questions could you possibly ask?! How would you understand their answers and advice?! 

Akhwaat I Advise Myself First And Foremost And Others To Strive To Learn The Language Of The Quraan May Allah Al Aliim Give Us The Tawfeeq In Learning The Arabic Language

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#arabic  #naseeha 
"If I did not hate that Allaah be disobeyed, I would have wished that there was no one left in the whole city except that he has backbitten me! What is more rewarding than a man finding a good deed (written) in his book for something he did not even do?!"
'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Mahdee (rahimahullaah) Siyar A'laam An-Nubalaa' 9/195-196
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synonymous2:

I really wish I lived in UK sometimes.

synonymous2:

I really wish I lived in UK sometimes.

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How Did Imam Muqbil Ibn Hadee Al Wadee Forget Chores And Troubles Of This World ?

How Did Imam Muqbil Ibn Hadee Al Wadee Forget Chores And Troubles Of This World ?

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AND IF THEY DESIRE CHILDREN IN JANNAH

Upon the authority of Abu Sa’eed Al Khudri (Radhiyallaahu ‘Anhu) who said that the Messenger of Allah – (sallallaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam) said: “If the believer desires a child in Jannah, then pregnancy, child birth and the child coming of age occurs in an hour (or in a short period) and the child is just as they desire!

[Source: Collected by Ahmad 11079 and Tirmidhi (2563) and declared ‘Saheeh’ By Shaykh Albaani in ‘Saheeh Sunanit Tirmidhi’ 2077]

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#aakhirah  #hereafter 
"There is no illness that afflicts me more beloved to me than fever: it enters every part of me and [because of it] Allah the Mighty and Sublime gives every part of me its share of reward"

Abû Hurayrah Radiallaahu Anhu  Al-Bukhârî, Al-Adab Al-Mufrad 

 

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#islam  #quotes  #reward  #mercy of Allah  #fever