Is eating while walking the same as eating while standing?

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Ammaa ba’d:

I was recently asked about this issue and promised I would look into its authenticity and came across this benefit and thought I would share it.

Is eating walking the same as eating standing? Continue reading

Part One of the translated text of Ar Rahbiyah in Islamic Laws of Inheritance

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Ammaa Ba’d:

Here then is the first part of the translated text of Ar Rahbiyah for those wishing to follow our wednesday dars

Ar Rahbiyah (part one)

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Ahādīth that are popular, Widespread and Weak (Part 5 – Concerning the day of Āshūrā)

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Ammaa Ba’d:

In continuing with this series, since today is the day of Āshūrā we mention here a number of weak ahādīth regularly quoted upon this blessed day. Continue reading

What is Thunder?

Bismillahi Wal Hamdullillah Was Salaatu Was Salaamu ‘Alaa Rasoolillahi

Ammaa Ba’d:

Imaam At tirmidhi mentions his chain of narration going back to Ibn Abaas – Radhiyallahu ‘Anhumaa who said: ” The Jews came to the Messenger of Allah and they said “Oh Abal Qaassim! Inform us about thunder what is it? He replied:

An Angel from the angels who is responsible for the clouds, he has with him bolts of fire that he drives the clouds with wherever he wills” so they said: “So what is this noise we hear (i.e. thunder)? He replied: “It is him rebuking them as he drives them, so as to cause them to arrive at the goal he intends (for them)” (in a variant version it mentions that his response was: “It is his voice“) so they responded: “You have spoken the truth!..”

(Collected by Imaamut Tirmidhi in his ‘Sunan’ and declared Saheeh’ in ‘Saheeh Sunanit Tirmidhi (2492))

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Trust your Mashaaykh!

Bismillahi wal Hamdullillah Was Salaatu Was Salaamu ‘ala rasoolillahi

Ammaa ba’d:

Ibn Abi Haatim mentions under the biography of Yusuf Ibn Khaalid As Samti:

I refused to accept the statement of Yahya Ibn Ma’een concerning him, wherein he referred to him as a ‘Zindeeq’ (Heretic) until a book that he wrote supporting ‘Tajahum’ (The aqeedah of the Jahmiyah) chapter after chapter, was brought to me. He rejected within it belief in the scales on the day of Judgement. It was then that I knew that Yahya Ibn Ma’een did not speak except upon foresight and understanding!” Continue reading

The Scholars of Hadeeth used to say.. (Part 3)

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Ammaa Ba’d:

The Scholars of Hadeeth used to say (and still hold):

3. Weakness due to a narrator being discredited for problems in his Dhabt (His Precision) Continue reading

The virtues of giving Sadaqah – 2

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Ammaa Ba’d:

Upon the authority of Abu Hurairah – Radhiyallahu ‘Anhu who said: That the Messenger of Allah said:

The servant says: “My Wealth! My Wealth! While he only possesses from his wealth three things, that which he has eaten and so it is consumed, or that which he has worn (from garment) and it is worn out, and that which he has given (in sadaqah) and so he has stored it away (i.e. for his hereafter)” Continue reading

The Virtue of Giving Sadaqah – Part 1

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Ammaa Ba’d:

Upon the authority of Uqbah Ibn ‘Aamir – Radhiyallahu ‘Anhu from the Messenger of Allah – Sallallahu Alaihi Was Salam who said:

“Indeed Charity puts out the heat of the grave for its people, and certainly the believer will take shade under his charity on the day of Judgement”

(Collected by By At Tabaraani in mu’jam Al Kabeer (14207) and Al Baihaqi in ‘Shu’abul Imaan (3347) and it is from the ahaadeeth that Shaikh Albaani made ‘Dha’eef’ then later declared it ‘Saheeh’ in As Saheehah (3484))

Upon the authority of ‘Uqbah Ibn Aamir who said: “I heard The Messenger of Allah – Sallallahu Alaihi Was Salam said:

Every individual will be under the shade of his Sadaqah until the people are judged between (on the day of Judgement)”

(Collected by Ibn Hibaan (3299) and declared ‘Saheeh’ By Shaikh Albaani)

Upon the authority on Buraidah who said the Messenger of Allah – Sallallahu Alaihi Was Salam said:

No man gives anything from sadaqah except after the jaws of seventy devils attempt to deter him”

(Collected by Haakim (23012) and declared ‘Saheeh’ by Shaikh Albaani in ‘Saheehul Jaami’ (5814))

Upon the authority of Abu Hurairah – Radhiyallahu Anhu who said: The Messenger of Allah – Sallallahu alaihi Was Salam who said:

There is no morning the servant rises in except that two angels descend. One Angel say ‘Oh Allah give the one who spends (in the way of Allah) a goodly substitution and the other says: “Oh Allah give the one who withholds (from giving) destruction”

(Agreed Upon – Bukhaari (1347) and Muslim (1010))

Upon the authority of Abu Hurairah who said: Upon the authority the Messenger of Allah – Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Was Salam who said:

Indeed there is an Angel upon a door from the doors of Jannah who says:

Whoever gives a loan today will be recompensed tomorrow!”

and another Angel at another door who says:

Oh Allah give the one who spends (in the way of Allah) a goodly substitution and give the one who withholds (from giving) destruction

(Collected by Ibn Hibbaan (3323) and declared ‘Saheeh’ By Shaikh Albaani)

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The Scholars of Hadeeth used to say…(Part 2)

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Ammaa Ba’d:

The Scholars of Hadeeth used to say (and still hold) that: Continue reading

The Scholars of Hadeeth used to say…(Part 1)

Bismillahi Wal Hamdullillah Was Salaatu Was Salaamu ‘Alaa Rasoolillahi

Ammaa Ba’d:

The Messenger of Allah – Sallallahu Alaihi Was Salam said in a popular hadeeth that was collected by Haakim (4/449) and Abu Daawood At Tayaalisi and Ad Daarimi (2/213) and declared ‘Saheeh’ By Shaikh Albaani in ‘As Silsilah As Saheehah (1956) upon the authority of Umar and others: Continue reading

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