Fiqh

Blind Following

Blind Following

Blind Following is called TAQLEED in Arabic. Taqleed , in Islamic view means , to blindly follow any of the four Imaams and their school of thoughts known as Madhabs. To elaborate , it means blindly or rigidly following an Imaam even after coming across an authentic...

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Raising Children

Raising Children

Raising Children On the subject of raising children, Ali ibn Abi Taalib (Radhi Allahu ‘anhu) said “Play with them for the first 7 years (of their life); then teach them for the next 7 years; then advise them for the next 7 years (and after that).” First 7 Years – Play...

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Nafl, voluntary fast

Nafl, voluntary fast

Nafl, voluntary fast Allaah says:] Fasting is Mine and it is I Who give reward for it.   (Al-Bukhaari, Fath, no. 1904)   There is nothing equivalent to fasting.   (Al-Nisaai, 4/165; see also Saheeh al-Targheeb, 1/413)   The prayer (duaa) of the...

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Islaamic Anasheed

Islaamic Anasheed

What do the Scholars of the Sunnah say regarding the so called ‘Islaamic Anasheed’ ? Shaykh Saleh al-Fawzaan has stated in; Al-Khutub al-Mimbariyyah (3/184-185, 1411AH Edition)   “What deserves attention also is: The tapes that are being increasingly circulated...

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