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Four reasons why you shouldn’t end your supplication with “If You Wish”

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم أما بعد These are four reasons showing why one should not say “if you wish” when he supplicates, for example saying: Oh Allah forgive me if you wish, or saying : Oh Allah if you wish cure me , and so on. The First reason: Is that the Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم  forbade from that, and it is clear for everyone who respects and loves the Sunnah that this is …

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The three conditions

These are three conditions, if they are found within someone, then asking him for something is not shirk. 1) Being alive, therefore it is not permissible to call upon those who are dead, rather the dead is the one who is in need of supplication and definitely in need of the mercy of Allah, calling upon them is major shirk 2) Being present, either really present in front you, you see him and hear him …

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A principle that many do not understand

The religion of Allah is not by opinion !! Ali Ibn Abi Taleb (رضي الله عنه) said: “If this religion was according to opinion, then the bottom of the khuff (leather socks) would have more right to be wiped than its top, and I have seen the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) wipe over the top of his khuffs (leather socks).” Narrated by Abu Dawood and others. Authenticated by Shaikh Al Albani Rahimahullah.

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The blemishes of Aqidah and the means to avoid them.

A translated lecture given by Shaikh Bin Baaz Rahimahullah on The blemishes of Aqidah and the means to avoid them  

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True Faith.

  قال ابن رجب رحمه الله: لا يتحققُ القلبُ بالإيمان إلا وتنبعثُ الجوارحُ في أعمال الإسلام Ibn Rajab rahimahullah said: “No faith is (truly) established in the heart except that the limbs will initiate actions of Islam” جامع العلوم والحكم 1/108  

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Intention…

The intention (niyyah) differentiates between three things: 1) One act of worship from another act of worship. For example, praying two rak’a sunnah of ‘Isha and two rak’a of night prayer. They both look the same, but the niyyah is what sets them apart. 2) An act of worship from a habit. For example, taking a shower to get cool down on a hot, summer day looks the same as taking a shower after being …

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