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Ibn Umar رضي الله عنه who said he hard: The Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم saying: “There will emerge some youth who will read the Qur’an, but it will not exceed their throats. Every time a group of them will rebel, they will be cut down, until the Dajjal appears in the ranks.” Silsilah Ahadith as-Sahiha by Shaykh al-Albani, vol.5/2455.
الخوارج ««كلما خرج منهم قرن قُطِع .. حتى يخرج الدجال في بقيتهم» كما قال نبيكم.
• قال عبد الله بن عمرو رضى الله عنه: سَمِعْتُ رَسُولَ اللهِ صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ يَقُولُ: «سَيَخْرُجُ أُنَاسٌ مِنْ أُمَّتِي مِنْ قِبَلِ الْمَشْرِقِ، يَقْرَءُونَ الْقُرْآنَ لَا يُجَاوِزُ تَرَاقِيَهُمْ، كُلَّمَا خَرَجَ مِنْهُمْ قَرْنٌ قُطِعَ، كُلَّمَا خَرَجَ مِنْهُمْ قَرْنٌ قُطِعَ - حَتَّى عَدَّهَا زِيَادَةً عَلَى عَشْرَةِ مَرَّاتٍ - كُلَّمَا خَرَجَ مِنْهُمْ قَرْنٌ قُطِعَ، حَتَّى يَخْرُجَ الدَّجَّالُ فِي بَقِيَّتِهِمْ».
_أخرجه أحمد في مسنده، وصححه العلامة أحمد شاكر رحمه الله.
• قال رجل للإمام سحنون: البدعة فاشية، وأهلها أعزاء!
«أما علمت أن الله إذا أراد قطع بدعة أظهرها (!!)»
[ترتيب المدارك للقاضي عياض 72/4]
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The ruling on the fasting person using cream to get rid of the dryness on the lips
Shaykh Muhammad bin Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen رحمه الله was asked about the ruling on the fasting person using cream to get rid of the dryness on the lips.
So, he replied:
“There is no problem in a person using that which moistens the lips and the nose by way of a cream, or him moistening it with water or with a cloth or that which resembles that. However, he should be careful in case something of this which he has used to remove the coarseness reaches his stomach. And if something does reach the stomach unintentionally, then there is nothing upon him, just as if he rinsed out his mouth and the water reached his stomach unintentionally; then indeed, he does not break his fast with this.”
[Majmoo’ Fataawa Wa Rasaail Fadeelatish-Shaykh Muhammad bin Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen, Vol.19, page 224, Daar ath-Thurayaa, Riyadh, 1423/2003]
Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen رحمه الله was asked about a woman who fasted when she was unsure whether her period was over, then when morning came she saw that it had indeed ended. Does her fast count even though she was not certain that her period had ended?
He replied: Her fast does not count, and she has to make up that day, because the basic principle is that the menses was still there, and her starting to fast when she was not certain that her menses was over means that she started to do an act of worship when she was uncertain as to whether one of the conditions of it being valid was fulfilled or not, and this means that it does not count.
Majmoo’ Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (19/107).
الشيخ ابن عثيمين رحمه الله عن امرأة صامت وهي شاكة في الطهر من الحيض ، فلما أصبحت فإذا هي طاهرة هل ينعقد صومها وهي لم تتيقن الطهر ؟
فأجاب : "صيامها غير منعقد ، ويلزمها قضاء ذلك اليوم ، وذلك لأن الأصل بقاء الحيض ودخولها في الصوم مع عدم تيقن الطهر دخول في العبادة مع الشك في شرط صحتها ، وهذا يمنع انعقادها
"مجموع فتاوى الشيخ ابن عثيمين" (19/107).
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Accuse your brother of something without proof...
Shaykh al’Fawzan حفظه الله quoted Imaam Muhammad bin ‘Abdul Wahhab:
“…You should not have dark suspicion concerning your muslim brother if you do not have any sound proof for what you suspect. To merely accuse your brother of something without proof is a major sin.”
(Sharh Kitaab al’Kabaair page 345)
Ramadan is the worst month for the hypocrite
Shaykh Abdul ’Azeez bin Baaz رحمه الله stated:
It is befitting for the believing man and woman to compete in good (in the month of Ramadan), and they should hasten in this blessed month to perform various righteous deeds. This is a tremendous month. The Muslims have not been blessed with a better month, whereas, this is the worst month for the hypocrites due to lack of conducting good in it and them not fulfilling its rights. Hence, the believer hastens to conduct good deeds, he abstains from sin, and he is diligent in performing various types of pious actions…
Source: Wathaif Ramadan pg.17 (arabic)
Do Not Forget Your Father This Ramaḍān
قال العلامة ابن العثيمين رحمه الله : دعاك لوالدك في صلاة التراويح أو صلاة التهجد أفضل بكثير من أن تذبح له عشر نياق.
Sh. Ibn al-‘Uthaymīn رحمه الله: “Your supplication (Du'ā) for your father in the prayer of Tarāweeḥ or the prayer of Tahajjud is much better than that you sacrifice for him 10 she-camels.”
[لقاء الباب المفتوح ١١٥]
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Giving Salaam to One Person (As-Salaamu Alayk)
By Shaykh AL-Uthaymeen (may Allah rest him in Jannah)
Shaykh Al-Uthaymeen was asked about the description of Salaam.
He (may Allah have mercy upon him) answered by saying,” Say As-salaamu Alayk if you are greeting one person and As-Salaamu- Alaykum if you are greeting a group of people. The proof for this is found in the hadeeth about the man who came to the masjid and didn’t pray correctly. After finishing he went to Allah’s messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) and said, “As-Salaamu Alayk ya Rasulallah”- Peace be on to you oh Messenger of Allah. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) returned the greetings. Then he(peace and blessings be upon him)said,” Redo your prayer; as you didn’t pray correctly.”
Now if you are giving the greetings to two people then say,” As-salaamu Alaykum. It is permissible to greet two people using the plural tense. And if you are greeting your mother how would you greet her? Say As-salaamu Alaykee ya ummi-peace be on you mommy. Why? Because whenever you talk to a female the Kaf (كِ ) takes a kasra.
If you entered in a room and greeted your aunts and there were four or five of them, how would you greet them? You would say,” As-salaamu Alaykunna wa Rahmahtullahi wa barakatahu.” The Kaf (ك ) follows suit to the person being addressed .i.e (ك, كم, كن )
How does a Muslim reply to someone who says to him “ As-salaamu Alaykum wa Rahmahtullahi wa barakatahu, or Salaamu Alayk. The person responds by saying,” As-salaamu Alayk wa Rahmahtullahi wa barakatahu.” as well. There is no harm in doing this. It is important to say As-Salaamu Alayk. Is it wrong to say,” Alaykumus Salaam wa rahmahtullahi wa barakatahu? Does a person say it with the wa ( و ) or without it? To say it either way is fine, but it is better to say “Wa alaykum As-salaam.”
What do we say about the person who replies to our greeting with greetings like; “Welcome, May Allah preserve you come in, Today is a happy day, This is one of the best days, or May Allah grant you success, increase your knowledge, piety and guidance etc. Are these legitimate replies to the greeting-As-salaamu alaykum? Even though he extended a reply; I say (Shaykh Uthaymeen) if a person filled up the earth with every reply possible it could never take the place of “Alaykus salaam”. And while replying without this word he is a sinner.
To reply with Salaam or one better is an obligation for the Muslim.
This is taken from Allah’s verse,
وَإِذَا حُيِّيتُمْ بِتَحِيَّةٍ فَحَيُّوا بِأَحْسَنَ مِنْهَا أَوْ رُدُّوهَا
“When you are greeted with a greeting, greet in return with what is better than it, or (at least) return it equally.” [ an-Nisa’I 86 ]
Taken from Darus wa Fatawa Al-Haram Al- Madanee by Uthaymeen (1/81)