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Not Everyone Is Suitable To Be Your Friend

بسم الله و الحمد لله ، والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله ، وعلى آله وصحبه ومن تولاه وبعد

Not Everyone Is Suitable To Be Your Friend

Ibn al-Qayyim said:

“Know that the greatest of losses is for you to be preoccupied with one who will bring you nothing but a loss in your time with Allah – the Mighty and Majestic – and being cut off from Him, a wasting your time with the person, a weakening of your energy, and the dispersing of your resolve. So, if you are tested with this – and you must be tested with this – deal with him according to how Allah would wish, and be patient with him as much as possible. Get closer to Allah and His Pleasure by way of this person, and make your getting together with him something to benefit from, not something to incur a loss from.

Be with him as if you are a man who is on a road who was stopped by another man, who then asks you to take him on your journey. Make sure that you are the one who gives him a ride, and that he is not the one giving you the ride. If he refuses, and there is nothing to gain from travelling with him, do not stop for him, bid him farewell, and do not even turn back to look at him, as he is a highway robber, regardless of who he really is.

So, save your heart, be wary of how you spend your days and nights, and do not let the Sun set before you arrive at your destination.”

[‘al-Wabil as-Sayyib’; p. 45]

Is it Obligatory for Women to Dye Their Hands with Henna? – Shaykh ibn Baz


Is it Obligatory for Women to Dye Their Hands 
with Henna? – Shaykh ibn Baz

Questioner:

Is it obligatory for a woman to dyer her hands with henna, because some people claim that a woman is imitating men if she does not henna her hands? Please benefit us.

Shaykh ʿAbd al-Azīz bin ʿAbdullah bin Bāz:

Without a doubt, dyeing her hands with henna is highly recommended. Some narrations are reported which are weak, however it is better for her to dye them with henna. In regards to its ruling, if its permissible or prohibited for her to leave her hands plain, I’m not aware of any basis this saying. Nonetheless, it is better and preferable for her to dye them with henna, so that they will not resemble the hands of a man.

This is what is better and is more preferable, since there are narrations which mention this, and it is from the sunnah that is well-known among women and it was a norm at the time of the Prophet ﷺ and after his death to dye the hands with henna, and it is highly recommended for women.


SOURCE: Binbaz.org

http://dusunnah.com/article/is-it-obligatory-for-women-to-dye-their-hands-with-henna-shaykh-ibn-baz/

Praying for Allah to heal non-Muslims is permissible


Praying for Allah to heal non-Muslims is permissible

Explained by the Permanent Committee of Scholars 

Question: Is it permissible for those who utilize the Quran to treat the sick; to recite the Quran to treat non-Muslims?

Answer: It is permissible to treat non-Muslims with the Quran if they are not combatants at war with the Muslims; and if it is done in a manner in which the non-Muslim does not handle the Mushaf. This treatment is implemented by reciting the Quran over them, and praying to Allah to heal them and guide them.

And with Allah lies all success and may the salutations and peace of Allah be upon our Prophet Muhammad, and Muhammad’s family and companions.

Translated by Rasheed ibn Estes Barbee

http://www.alifta.net/fatawa/fatawasubjects.aspx?languagename=ar&View=Page&HajjEntryID=0&HajjEntryName=&RamadanEntryID=0&RamadanEntryName=&NodeID=7426&PageID=10545&SectionI D=3&SubjectPageTitlesID=32250&MarkIndex=2&0

Taken from: http://mtws.posthaven.com/praying-for-allah-to-heal-non-muslims-is-permissible-dot-dot-dot-explained-by-the-permanent-committee-of-scholars

LYING TO AMUSE PEOPLE:


LYING TO AMUSE PEOPLE

Mu’aawiyah ibn Haydah رضي الله عنه said: I heard the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم say:

❝Woe to the one who talks to make the people laugh and tells lies, woe to him, woe to him.❞


 [Sunan al-Tirmidhee (2315) and Sunan Abu Dawood (4990) and graded as “Hasan” by Shaikh al-Albaanee]

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