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“Idara” of the Qur’an

The ruling of “Idara” of the Qur’an: The “Idara” of the Qur’an includes types, among which is that a group sit down to revise the Qur’an and one of them reads a little; a juz’, a page, an ayah or more, then the next person continues from where the former had stopped and so on. Shaikhul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah رحمه الله said: “The “Idarah” way of reciting is good according to most of the scholars” الفتاوى …

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Wednesday’s lecture (Who are Ahlul Sunnah?)

Who are Ahlul-Sunnah Wal-Jamaa’ah ? Lecture to be delivered insha’Allah live via Paltalk room Authentic Salafeyah. Wednesday, 7/9/16, @ 8:30 pm GMT

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Think of death !

When one anticipates that he will travel somewhere soon, he imagines the day; the plane, the car journey, how easy/difficult it may be. Before he realizes it, he is travelling and then at his destination. Once he arrives, he anticipates his return and before he knows it he is back on the plane, travelling once more. It happened so quickly and the time went by so fast. If only we were to think of death …

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“Al Bukhari” a reason of pride.

Sahih Al Bukhari and its author Muhammad Ibn Ismaeel Al Bukhari are both a reason of pride in our Islamic religion; whoever mocks what is in this Sahih or belittles it or weakens what the scholars of Ahlul Sunnah agreed upon in regards to its authenticity then he is not proud of our deen, and he is not proud of what our Messenger Sallallahu Alayhee wa sallam said or did. It is narrated that Al …

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New Schedule (after Eid)

Fridays : Explanation of Al Durar Al Bahiyyah (fiqh) Saturdays : Explanation of Manthoomat Al Adaab Al Shariyyah. Both class are at 8 PM UK , “Authentic Salafeyyah” Paltak room.

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The intention of the student

Intention is an act of worship; it is via one’s intention that an action becomes an act of worship by which one is rewarded, and it is through one’s intention that an act of worship may become a sin whereby one is punished. The student, therefore, while traversing the path of knowledge, should always check his intention and ensure that it is as Allah wishes for His pious slaves. The scholars stated that the student …

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Before Ramadan enters…

Without a doubt, fasting Ramadan is from the five pillars of Islam. It is among its most important obligations of which the Islam of a person is not fulfilled without it. It is a pillar built upon obedience to Allah and sincerity to Him. A pillar which rotates around patience and gratitude; patience for the sake of Allah as a result of abstaining from food, desires of the private parts, and the possible ache of …

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“Their Bodies Please You.”

How often we read of the actions of the disbelievers and the hypocrites, the evil of their intellects, their flawed understanding and their few manners. We read how they treat the Muslims, moreover how they treated the Messenger of Allaah صلى الله عليه وسلم with their evil. We read that in the Qur’aan, for example His saying, the Most High: And they say: “O you (Muhammadﷺ) to whom the Dhikr (the Quran) has been sent …

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Taking care of one’s voice

It is incumbent upon the Muslim to pay great attention to his voice and the nature of his speech, just as he pays attention to the way he walks. Rather he should be more careful (in regards to his voice). This is based on the speech of Allaah: “And be moderate (or show no insolence) in your walking, and lower your voice. Verily, the harshest of all voices is the voice (braying) of the donkey.” …

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The True Muslim Woman…

It is in Sahih Al Bukhari (1618) that ‘Aishah used to perform Tawaf separately and never mixed with men. Once it happened that ‘Aishah was performing the Tawaf and a woman said to her, ‘O Mother of believers! Let us touch the Black stone.’ ‘Aishah said to her, ‘Go yourself,’ and she herself refused to do so. The true Muslim woman does not blindly follow other women. She does not respond to any and every …

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