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Last Modified:  06 Dec 2010 03:10  GMT

Regarding ablution and teyemum : Assume a person is wounded at a some part of his body where he is going to make ablution.The issue is (1) can he make the whole ablution and then teyemum for the wounded part at the end or (2)teyemum only.



Last Modified:  05 Dec 2010 03:10  GMT

Regarding ablution and teyemum : Assume a person is wounded at a some part of his body where he is going to make ablution.The issue is (1) can he make the whole ablution and then teyemum for the wounded part at the end or (2)teyemum only.



Last Modified:  26 Nov 2010 10:31  GMT

By DR. JAVED JAMIL Published: Nov 12, 2010 18:16 Updated: Nov 12, 2010 18:16 The following paper was presented in the two-day conference on Economic Problems and the Qur'anic Solution on Nov. 6 and 7, organized by Idarah Uloomul Qur'an, Aligarh



Last Modified:  25 Nov 2010 10:31  GMT

By ADIL SALAHI Published: Nov 25, 2010 20:56 Updated: Nov 25, 2010 20:56 Anas ibn Malik reports that the Prophet (peace be upon him) was sitting with a number of his companions when a funeral passed by. Those who were with him praised the dead person, and the Prophet said: “He has secured it.” Sometime later another funeral passed by and the same companions spoke negatively of the deceased. The Prophet said: “He has secured it.” Umar asked the Prophet: “What is i ...



Last Modified:  12 Nov 2010 06:31  GMT

By DR. JAVED JAMIL Published: Nov 12, 2010 18:16 Updated: Nov 12, 2010 18:16 The following paper was presented in the two-day conference on Economic Problems and the Qur'anic Solution on Nov. 6 and 7, organized by Idarah Uloomul Qur'an, Aligarh



Last Modified:  05 Nov 2010 02:31  GMT

By SHEIKH MUHAMMAD AL-GHAZALI Published: Oct 21, 2010 19:42 Updated: Oct 21, 2010 19:42 Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was always full of gratitude to God, expressing it right from the moment he woke up before dawn, using fine, clear and most expressive words: “My Lord! Whatever blessing I or anyone of Your creatures is enjoying this morning comes from You alone, as You have no partners. All praise and all thanks are due to You. My Lord! I have started this day enjoying Your b ...



Last Modified:  04 Nov 2010 10:31  GMT

By SHEIKH MUHAMMAD AL-GHAZALI Published: Oct 28, 2010 23:26 Updated: Nov 4, 2010 21:27 Islam attaches much importance to attending mosques for congregational prayers, which are the best way to offer all five daily obligatory prayers. Hence, the Prophet (peace be upon him) urged his followers to attend congregational prayers in mosques, using every method to make them eager to do so. He is authentically reported to have said: “As one walks to the mosque, every time he lifts one foot ...



Last Modified:  04 Nov 2010 10:31  GMT

Published: Nov 4, 2010 21:34 Updated: Nov 4, 2010 21:35 In the name of God, the Lord of Grace, the Ever Merciful Whatever the subject of your disputes, the final word belongs to God. Such is God, my Lord. In Him have I placed my trust, and to Him do I always turn. He is the Originator of the heavens and the earth. He made mates for you from among yourselves, just as He made mates for animals, so that you will multiply. Nothing bears even the slightest comparability to Him. He alone hears all ...



Last Modified:  04 Nov 2010 10:31  GMT

By ADIL SALAHI Published: Nov 4, 2010 21:31 Updated: Nov 4, 2010 21:31 God states in the Qur’an that He has honored man, or to use the Qur’anic expression, “the children of Adam”, which includes every human being. Indeed, the honor extends after a person dies. Islam establishes certain rights for a deceased person, which the living must fulfill. These include that the deceased should be given a bath, wrapped and embalmed. Relatives, neighbors, friends and anyone else ...



Last Modified:  21 Oct 2010 05:31  GMT

By ADIL SALAHI Published: Oct 21, 2010 19:45 Updated: Oct 21, 2010 20:28 The Prophet (peace be upon him) had six children by his first wife, Khadijah, but his two sons died in infancy, while all four daughters grew up and were married, but they all died young. In fact three of them died during the Prophet’s lifetime, while the youngest, Fatimah, died six months after he had passed away. The Prophet married nine women after his first wife had died, some of whom had given birth to ...



Last Modified:  24 Sep 2010 01:31  GMT

By ADEL SALAHI Published: Sep 24, 2010 01:25 Updated: Sep 24, 2010 01:25 Al-Bara’ ibn Azib reports: “The Prophet (peace be upon him) ordered us to do seven things and to refrain from seven others: He ordered us to follow funerals, visit the sick, accept invitations, give support to the one suffering injustice, fulfil oaths, return greetings and bless a person who sneezes. He further ordered us to refrain from eating in silverware, wearing gold rings, silk, brocade, fine and thi ...



Last Modified:  24 Sep 2010 01:31  GMT

Published: Sep 24, 2010 01:29 Updated: Sep 24, 2010 01:29 In the name of God, the Lord of Grace, the Ever Merciful We shall show them Our signs in the wide horizons (of the universe) and within themselves, so that it will become clear to them that this (revelation) is indeed the truth. Is it not enough that your Lord is witness to everything? They are certainly in doubt as to whether they will meet their Lord. Most certainly, He encompasses everything. (Clearly Expounded, Fussilat; 41: 53-54 ...



Last Modified:  18 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

I often read that “this action is major shirk” and “this is minor shirk”. Could you explain to me the difference between the two?



Last Modified:  16 Sep 2010 09:31  GMT

By ADIL SALAHI | ARAB NEWS Published: Sep 16, 2010 22:26 Updated: Sep 16, 2010 22:26 It is well known that certain times are associated with special privileges. As such they are better than other times. When worship is offered at such times, it is granted greater reward than would be the case at other times. Friday is better than the other six days of the week, and the month of Ramadan is better than the rest of the year. The Night of Power, which occurs in the last third of Ramadan, is ...



Last Modified:  10 Sep 2010 01:31  GMT

Published: Sep 10, 2010 00:55 Updated: Sep 10, 2010 00:55 In the name of God, the Lord of Grace, the Ever Merciful We gave the Book to Moses but disputes arose about it. Had it not been for a decree that had already been issued by your Lord, all would have been decided between them. As it is, they are in grave, disquieting doubt about it. Whoever does what is right does so for his own good; and whoever does evil will himself bear its consequences. Your Lord is never unjust to His creatures. ...



Last Modified:  20 Aug 2010 01:31  GMT

Published: Aug 20, 2010 03:35 Updated: Aug 20, 2010 03:35 In the name of God, the Lord of Grace, the Ever Merciful Another of His signs is this: you see the earth lying desolate, but when We send down rain water upon it, it stirs and swells [with life]. He who brings it to life will surely give life to the dead. He has power over all things. (Clearly expounded, Fussilat; 41: 39)



Last Modified:  29 Jul 2010 09:31  GMT

By ADIL SALAHI Published: Jul 29, 2010 22:14 Updated: Jul 29, 2010 22:14 The Prophet (peace be upon him) often used graphic description to emphasize a point of importance. A vivid image of action and its effect often gets the meaning across to listeners of all types. The Prophet realized that his audience, and his followers in future generations, included people of widely different levels of education, understanding and imagination. Therefore, a graphic description always helped in makin ...



Last Modified:  23 Jul 2010 09:31  GMT

Published: Jul 23, 2010 20:39 Updated: Jul 23, 2010 20:39 In the name of God, the Lord of Grace, the Ever Merciful. On the day when God’s enemies will be gathered together before the fire, they will be driven onwards until, when they reach it, their ears, their eyes and their very skins will bear witness against them, speaking of what they used to do [on earth].



Last Modified:  09 Jul 2010 09:31  GMT

By ADIL SALAHI Published: Jul 9, 2010 23:23 Updated: Jul 9, 2010 23:23 EVERY few years an eclipse of the sun or the moon occurs. Many people try to monitor such events, particularly if the sun is to be totally eclipsed.



Last Modified:  01 Jul 2010 09:31  GMT

Published: Jul 1, 2010 21:56 Updated: Jul 1, 2010 21:56 When rain becomes scarce and people go through a long dry spell in the season when rain is most needed, they become worried.




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