Salaficentre Appeal 2019
Masjid Appeal 2019

Say Only Those Words that are the Best – An Excerpt From a Contemplative Khutbah – Shaykh Abdur Razzaaq al Badr

An Excellent Khutbah based upon the following Ayah in which Allah says:

“And say to My slaves (i.e. the true believers of Islamic Monotheism) that they should (only) say those words that are the best. (Because) Shaitan (Satan) verily, sows disagreements among them. Surely, Shaitan (Satan) is to man a plain enemy.” [Surah Al-Israa. Ayah 53]


How many – O slaves of Allaah- enmities and wars broke out due to one evil statement, and how much love, brotherhood and [amicability, hospitality, cordiality etc] spread between the slaves due to one good statement!

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Making Tayammum when there is Very Cold Water – Shaykh Zayd ibn Haadee al-Madkhalee

The questioner asks:

“Question: A man became impure after intimate relations (junub), so he performed tayyammum (ritual purification with dust when water isn’t available) and then found cold water… He is able to make Wudhu with it, but not able to perform Ghusl (Full Purification with a Bath) due to the coldness, what is the ruling on that? And, he he has no way of heating the water?


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Those who betray the Methodology of the Salaf – Shaykh Fawzaan

In this video Shaykh Saliah al-Fawzaan provides us with some much needed advice in regards to clinging onto the Methodology of the Salaf. Tune in and benefit!

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It is Not Permissible to Violate the Honour or Wealth of a Non Muslim – Shaykh Fawzaan

Shaykh Salih al-Fawzaan was asked:

(The questioner) is asking about interactions and oppressing/assaulting the non-Muslim in non-Muslim countries because they are disbelievers and are at war with the religion and it’s people, so what is the ruling on this?

Watch the full video for the answers of the Shaykh!

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Do Not Pray with Those Who Revile Ahlus Sunnah – Shaykh Saaleh al Fawzaan

Q: Oh Noble Scholar – May Allah give you success – this questioner also says, my job is far from my house – a distance of 140 km, And there is a masjid where I pray the Friday prayer, but the khateeb reviles Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaa’ah, is it allowed for me to leave the Friday prayer in this masjid, knowing that there are other masaajid, but they are far from my workplace?

A: Do not pray with him whilst he reviles Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaa’ah. This is a great evil, do not pray with him. Pray it as dhuhr*, pray it as dhuhr, do not pray it as jumu’ah, except if there was near you another masjid, that you can pray in, and there isn’t any reason prohibiting that, then pray in there, N’am.

* The questioner was a traveller which is why the Shaykh said pray it as dhuhr

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How does the Woman Wipe her Head during Wudu – Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al Uthaymeen


هل مسح الرأس للمرأة مثل الرجل؟ وماذا تفعل إذا كان شعرها طويلاً؟ هل تمسحه إلى نهايته وترجع، أم يكفي مسحه إلى حد رأس الرجل؟


يجب أن نعلم أن الأحكام الشرعية تتفق فيها النساء مع الرجال والرجال مع النساء، إلا ما قام الدليل على التفريق بينهما، وعلى هذا فالمرأة يشرع لها في مسح الرأس ما يشرع للرجل، فتضع يديها على مقدم الرأس، ثم تردهما إلى قفاه ثم تردهما إلى المحل الذي بدأت منه، كما يصنع الرجل، ولا يلزمها أن تمسح إلى أسفل الرأس، بل تمسح إلى حد منابت الرأس، وكذلك الرجل إذا كان له شعر طويل إلى الكتفين، فإنه لا يلزمه أن يمسح إلا على قدر منابت الشعر فقط.

English Translation:


Is the wiping over the head (during Wudhu) for women similar to that of the mens’? What does she do if she has  long hair? Does she wipe it till she reaches the end of her hair and wipes back or is it sufficient for her to wipe till she reaches the hair line of the (back of the) head like the men.


It is obligatory for us to know that all religious legislated acts (rulings and teachings) apply to both men and women except where evidence establishes a difference (in ruling) between them.

Upon (applying) this, then it is legislated for a woman to wipe over her head in accordance to the way it is legislated for the men.

So she places both of her hands at the forehead (forehead hairline) and moves them both to the back of the neck then she returns them to the place she began from, like the men do.

She is not obligated to wipe past the base of the head but instead she wipes till the back hairline. Likewise, for men who have long hair till the shoulders, certainly he is not obligated to wipe except till the hairline boundary only.

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