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It should be remembered that the two senior Imaams, namely, Imaam Abu Hanifah and Imam Maalik were in touch with Sahaabah. They had acquired their Islamic knowledge from Sahaabah as well as from numerous such senior Scholars who had studied under the Sahaabah. Thus, they were in close proximity to the age of Rasulullah (sallall~hu alayhi wasallam). Read more
al-Albani is a self-taught claimant to hadith scholarship who has no known teacher in any of the Islamic sciences and has admitted not to have memorized the Book of Allah nor any book of hadith, fiqh, aqida, usul, or grammar. Read more
This document answers the erroneous claims made by Al-Albani in his book, "Sifah Salah-al-Nabee". It is span across two posts, this post is the first, Insha'allah. Read more
Continued from Part 1.
The Abrogation of Performing Prayer Sitting: Behind a Sitting Imam Read more
The following comments are not intended to offend anyone, so please don't take them offensively. We love all our brothers, who love Allah and His messenger (mercy of Allah and peace be upon him), and are working sincerely for this deen, no matter which orientation they take. If the following words are seen to be a little harsh on some, it was in view of the serious nature of the times we live in that we felt it was time to get to the point. Read more
[Sifatus Salaah: The Method of Salaah in the Light of Authentic Ahadith]
Shaikh Muhammad Ilyas Faisal
The Position of Hands in Qiyaam
Upon entering a Masjid, a person sees a multitude of different people. Some of them he sees standing in prayer with their hands clasped together on the chest. Others he sees with their hands beneath the navel. Then as he proceeds further he observes one with his hands held together just beneath the chest. Following that he catches sight of a person who seems to be merely standing there. However, when he takes a closer look, he finds that this person too is engrossed in prayer, but he has not brought his hands together. instead he has left them at his sides. Read more
By Maulana Abdur-Rahman Ibn Yusuf
?The issue, whether to recite Surah Fatihah behind the Imaam or not, has been one of great controversy and dispute since early times. It is not just a petty argument regarding which is better and more virtuous, but it is a debate whether reciting Surah Fatihah is permissible or forbidden for the one performing Salaah behind the Imaam. For this reason it holds a very important place among the various issues regarding Salaah. As a result there have been numerous debates between the scholars and so many books and articles have been written about it. Read more
Saying aameen after completing the recitation of Surah Fatihah holds great virtues and is a sunnah of Rasoolullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). A hadith states, "When the imaam says 'ghairil maghdhoobi alayhim waladh dhalleen', say aameen (because the angels say aameen and) whichever person s aameen coincides with the aameen of the malaikah, all his past sins are forgiven. " 1 Read more
Detailed discussion about the distance of feet in Salah
The Feet In Salaat - The Salafi Error
In this fourteenth century of the Islamic era, a recently mushroomed sect known as the Salafis, has invented some new rules which they believe are the Sunnat teachings of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). Inspite of their views being in conflict with the teachings of the Salf-e-Saaliheen belonging to the Noblest Ages of Islam (Khairul Quroon), they obstinately cling to their misguided opinions. Their method is to subject the Ahadith to their personal understanding. Inspite of the divergence which this self-opinion produces from the Way of the Ummah inherited from the Sahaabah, the Salafis intransigently cling to their deviation. Read more
It has been discussed previously in Al-Albani Unveiled, and by the admission of his own followers, that al-Albani has declared the practice of 20 rak'ahs of taraweeh prayer in the holy month of Ramadan to be a reprehensible innovation (bid'ah)! What concerns us here is not the actual number of rak'ahs, but the consideration that he has over reached himself by declaring a known practice of the Sahaba (may Allah be pleased with them) to be a bid'ah! To any sane, sincere and objective minded reader the implication of his claim is clear, namely, he has declared the unanimous practise of the Companions to be a bid'ah! Allah forbid. Read more
A famous Hadith specifies that the Path of salvation and rectitude is the way of the Sah~bah. once Rasãlullah (sallall~hu alayhi wasallam) said that of the 73 sects into which his Ummah will be split, only one will be on the path of righteousness and salvation. When asked about the righteous sect, Rasãlullah (sallall~hu alayhi wasallam) said:
"That Path on which I and my Sah~bah are." Read more
Hazrat Ali (R.A) relates that the Sunnah of Rasoolullah (sallal laho alaihi wassallam) is to place one hand over the other below the navel. (Abu Daud H- 756) The above-mentioned method of tying the hands is also related by Hazrat Anas (R.A)
Covering of the head during salaah Read more
When a man wishes to unfetter himself from the restrictions of the Shari'ah and the Sunnah in the present day, the solution for him is to become a so-called salafi.
Once he joins the salafi deviant sect, he is free to find expression for his nafsaani opinions. In order to draw unwary and ignorant Muslims into its fold of dhalaal and baatil, the modernists salafis employ deception on a large scale. Read more
Verdict on Taqleed (Adherence) - Some people say that Taqleed (Adherence to a madhab of an Imaam) is haraam in the Shariah.
(The necessity of Taqleed from the Shari’ point of view)
By a student of Darul Uloom, Holcombe, Bury, U.K. Read more
In this article, we shall give forty-two (42) Sahih evidences for the issue of not raising the hands in the Hanafi Madhhab.
The Question of Raf-ul-Yadain
In this article, we shall give forty-two (42) Sahih evidences for the issue of not raising the hands in the Hanafi Madhhab. This article is a reproduction of an excellent booklet written by Majlis ul-Ulama of South Africa
NARRATIONAL EVIDENCE Read more
The essence of guidance is derived from the Holy Quran - "Hudan li al-Nas" ("A Guidance for Mankind). But this guidance and its laws are based on fundamental principles, the details of which have been entrusted to and consigned by the Holy Prophet PBUH Read more
Question: I have a question regarding the text Faza'il - e - A'maal by Shaikhul Hadith Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya Kaandhlawi.
Question: I have a question regarding the text Faza'il - e - A'maal by Shaikhul Hadith Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya Kaandhlawi. From many I've heard that this text contains many weak hadiths and should not be read for thehadiths all are not saheeh. Is this correct? If so, please explain if this text would be appropriate to read and are the hadiths with strong chains? Jazakallahu Khayir.
In the name of Allah most Gracious Most Merciful. Read more