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The Month Of Sha’baan

Written by Ismat. Posted in Knowledge

 

The Month Of Sha’baan
 
Gathering to eat and celebrate on the last day of Sha’baan

 

Question: Some families get together on the last night of Sha’baan and make food, and some of their lders recite poems for this occasion. What is the ruling on this getting together to eat

Sha’ban: Misconceptions and Realities

Written by Ismat. Posted in Knowledge

 

Sha’baan: Misconceptions and Realities
by Asma bint Shameem
 

In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate

 
Growing up in Pakistan, the month of Shabaan would bring in a lot of excitement and celebration. And that was because celebrating the night of the fifteenth of Shabaan was a big thing and considered a very virtuous act, indeed.

Have You Prepared For The Hour?

Written by Ismat. Posted in Heart & Soul

 

Have You Prepared For The Hour?
Jamaal al-Deen Zarabozo
 
 

In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate


All of us are familiar with the Signs of the Day of Judgement. They are mentioned in numerous hadith of the Prophet (saw). However, there is another “hour” that is, on an individual level, just as important that we must be aware of. This hour is described in the following hadith of the Prophet (saw).

Al-Bukhaari and Muslim record from A’isha (ra) that a bedouin came to the Prophet (saw) and asked him, “When is the Hour?” The Prophet (saw) pointed to a young boy and said, “If this boy lives by the time he is old and decrepit, your hour would have already taken place”. 

“You Do Not Know What Is In My Heart”..!

Written by Ismat. Posted in Family & Society

 

“You Do Not Know What Is In My Heart”..!

Question:

If a person forbids someone from an evil, the one who is being forbidden from doing this evil says, “You do not know what is in my heart,” or they say “Who are you that you judge me?” So what do you say in regards to this?

Answer:

In the name of Allaah, all praises are for Allaah, and may peace and salutations be upon the one [Muhammad] sent as a mercy to all of mankind and upon his family and all of his companions.

What is definition of Haram & Halal?

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What is definition of Haram & Halal?

Praise be to Allaah.

Haraam is that for which the one who does it will be punished and the one who abstains from it will be rewarded, if the reason for his abstinence is following the prohibition of Allaah. The halaal is that in which there is no sin in doing it and no sin in not doing it, but if a person intends to enhance his obedience to Allaah by doing it, then he will be rewarded for this intention.

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