"The one who eats a particular food resembles it in its temperament and actions." Read on to explore the reasons based on the revelation.
In the light of recent instructions put out by several nations with regards to closure of Masājid due to pandemic outbreak of Covid-19 and advise to offer the obligatory prayers at home, Shaykh Abū Muhammad ‘Abdul Hamīd al-Zu’kurī al-Ḥajūrī حفظه الله posted the following clarification
Council of Senior Scholars in Saudi Arabia issues decision regarding attendance of Friday Prayer and Congregational Prayers under circumstances of spread of epidemic or fear of its spread
Shaykh 'Abdul Muhsin al-Badr answers a question regarding leaving off congregational prayers due to fear of Corona
Khālid bin Maʿdān رحمه الله [d. 103H], a knowledgeable Imām from the Tābi’īn, said: “If a door of goodness opens up for one of you, then rush towards it; for indeed he does not know when it may shut upon him” – Siyar A’lām An-Nubalā` … Continue reading Rush towards Goodness | Khālid bin Maʿdān
Is it permissible for women to refrain from covering her face before non-mahram men in obedience to her husband based on the argument that it is from the affairs in which the scholars have differed?
The Sultan of Brunei announced recently on implementing Islamic Sharī'ah in its entirety within the Sultanate of Brunei. Some of the Western influencers called it out and created a furore over it. As a Muslim, how does one understand this and what should his stance be in the light of the Qur'an and Sunnah?
“Disbelief is one religion, and their politics is one and the same. All of them follow the same politics, it is only the faces that change.”
Belief in Qadar and Manhood
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم This audio is a brief advice on the tragic shootings that occurred in two masjids at Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, 8th Rajab 1440H, corresponding to 15/03/2019, while the Muslims were gathered for Salātul Jumu'ah. May Allāh accept those killed as … Continue reading Brief Advice about the New Zealand Shootings | Abū ʿAṭiyyah Maḥmūd