Tag: fiqh

Some of the Best Books in all Sciences of the Religion

Some of the a best books, after the Book of Allaah (i.e. The Qur’aan), in: Aqeedah, Hadeeth, Tafseer, Arabic Language, Seerah, Methodology of Dawah, etc According to Shaikh Muhammad Baazmool (may Allaah preserve him):Tafseer for the beginner: [Tafseer Al-Baghawi]

  • In the issues of Aqeedah required by the muslim: [Kitaab At-Tawheed’ by Muhammad Bin Abdil-Wahhaab]
  • The best explanation of Saheeh Al -Bukhaari: [Fat’hul Baari’ by Ibn Hajr]
  • The best book regarding the methodology of Dawah: [Manhajul Anbiyaa Fid Da’wati ilal laah’ by Shaikh Rabee]
  • Regarding the ahadeeth dealing with good ettiquettes (or manners): [Riyaadus Saaliheen’ by Imaam An-Nawawi]
  • In the science of hadeeth: [Marifatu Anwaa Uloom Al-Hadeeth]
  • Meaning of words in the Arabic Language: [Mu’jam Maqaayees Al-lugha’ by Ibn Faaris]
  • The best refutation against the shia: [Minhaaj As-Sunnah’ by Ibn Taymiyyah]
  • The general Prophetic guidance: [Zaadul Ma’aad’ by Ibnul Qayyim]
  • Acquiantance with the sahaabah: [Al-Isaabah’ by Ibn Hajr]
  • The best explanation of Muwatta Maalik: [At-Tamheed’ by Ibn Abdul Barr]
  • The best biography of the Prophet: [As-Seerah’ by Ibn Hisham]
  • Explanation of the 40 hadeeth of Imaam An-Nawawi: [Jaami Al-Uloom Wal Hikam]
  • Narrations of the sahaabah: [Al-Musannaf’ by Abdur-Razzaaq As-San’aanee] and [Al-Musannaf’ by Ibn abee shaybah]
  • Explanation of Sunan Abu Dawud: [Awn Al-Mabood’ by Shamsul Haqq Adheem Al-Abaadee]
  • The best explanation of Sunan At-Tirmidhee: [Aaridah Al-Ahwadhiy’ by Ibnul Arabi] and [Tuhfatul Ahwadhiy’ by Al-Mubaarakfooriy]


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Allowance of Eating During Day in Ramadhaan When Breaking Fast Due to A Legislated Reason – Shaykh Uthaymeen

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Question: Is it allowed for the one who breaks his fast during the day in Ramadhan due to a legislated sharia excuse to (continue) eating and drinking for the rest of the day?

Shaykh Uthaymeen  answered:

It is permissible for him to eat and drink because he broke his fast due to a legislated sharia reason. If he breaks the fast due to a legislated sharia reason, then the prohibition from eating on that day ceases in his case, and it becomes permissible for him to eat and drink; as opposed to the man who breaks his fast without a (legislated shiria reason), for indeed we make it binding on him to refrain (from food and drink), even if it is binding on him to make it up (as well). Therefore, it is obligatory to pay attention to the difference between these two affairs.

” مجموع فتاوى الشيخ ابن عثيمين ” ( 19 / السؤال رقم 60 )

What should I do? I did not complete the Final Tasha-hud…. [Imaam Bin Baaz]


It is well known that the Final Tasha-hud is a pillar from the pillars of prayer; and in one of the prayers I did not complete except a little bit of the Tasha-hud, so should I repeat my prayer?


It is upon you to complete the Tasha-hud, even if you missed some (of it whilst praying with) your Imaam (i.e. the one leading you in Salaah); because according to the most correct saying (or view) of the scholars the Final Tasha-hud is a pillar (of the prayer), and there is the Salutation upon the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) in it. Therefore, it is obligatory to complete it even after the Imaam’s Salaam (i.e. after he finishes the prayer). And from it (i.e. the Tasha-hud) is seeking Allaah’s protection from the Hell fire, the punishment of the grave and from the trials of life and death, and from the trial of the Dajjaaj; because the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) commanded with seeking (Allaah’s) protection from these four (things) in the Final Tasha-hud, and that is because some of the people of knowledge consider that to be an obligation.

 والله ولي التوفيق


Source: http://www.binbaz.org.sa/mat/979

Wife praying next to her husband – UPDATED

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

What is the sunnah for a woman praying with her husband? Does she line up next to him or behind him?

Its all the same; there is no prohibition if she lines up beside him and there is no prohibition if she lines up behind him.

N.B With regards to the above fatwa then it should be noted some scholars do view the issue to be somewhat open however the overwhelming opinion based upon hadith of Anas* is that the woman stands behind, this is the opinion of many of the scholars past and present that the woman prays behind the man regardless of whether it is her husband or other than him, from these scholars are Shaykhul Islaam ibn Taymiyyah, Shaykh Muqbil bin Haadi al Waadi’ee, Shaykh bin Baz and Shaykh Ubayd Al Jaabi’ree

*Al-Bukhaari (380) and Muslim (658) narrated from Anas ibn Maalik that his grandmother Mulaykah invited the Messenger of Allaah (صلى الله عليه و سلم) to come and eat some food that she had prepared for him. He ate some, then he said: “Get up and I will lead you in prayer.” Anas said: The Messenger of Allaah (صلى الله عليه و سلم) stood up, and the orphan and I stood in a row behind him, and the old woman stood behind us, and the Messenger of Allaah صلى الله عليه و سلم) led us in praying two rak’ahs, then he left.

Shaykh bin Baz was informed by a man that he used to pray next to his wife in and then being informed that it is impermissible for them to do so, he asked do we have to repeat our prayers?

The shaykh replied there is nothing upon you and do not repeat them, however do not do it again, and the shaykh continued to mention the above narration of Anas -radiallaahu anhu- and finished by saying the woman prays behind the men even if she was praying with her husband.


Shaykh Ubayd’s answer regarding this issue:


Shaykh Fawzaan: What is the meaning of the statement of Imaam Malik rahimahullah?


Shaykh Fawzaan was asked:



Is the statement of Imam Maalik rahimahullah: “Everyone’s statement can be taken or rejected except for the companion of this grave” Is this in the matters of Islamic Jurisprudence only and not in matters of Creed ?



There is no (legitimate) differing in the matters of Creed (Aqeedah). There is no scope in (choosing to) take or reject (Issues of Aqeedah) because they are affairs founded upon the texts (of the Book and Sunnah) rather this (statement) is only (applicable) in the issues of jurisprudence. The speech of everyone in agreement with the evidences is taken and that which opposes the evidences is rejected. This is what Imaam Maalik (rahimahullah) intended.

Source: http://www.alfawzan.af.org.sa/node/2392

May Allah reward Abu Muaawiyah Abdullah for his assistance.

Abu Abdir Razzaaq Amjad

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