Tag: masjid

NEW VIDEO! Can You Leave Taraweeh Before the Imam Prays Witr? – Shaykh Fawzaan

Noble Shaykh, some people pray taraweeh [with the Imam], but before the Shaf’ and witr, they exit and leave the Shaf’ and Witr [prayers].

Watch the full video for the Shaykh’s answer!

 

Links 🔗 from Video – Salaficentre.com/Online – Online Quran Lessons Salafischool.co.uk/online – Online Full Day Classes – TuitionClub.org/Online

 

NEW VIDEO! Is Performing Ghusl for Jumu’ah Recommended or Obligatory? – Shaykh Fawzaan

Question: What is the correct stance on the matter of performing Ghusl for jumu’ah? Is it recommended or obligatory?

Watch the full video for the Shaykh’s answer!

 

Links 🔗 from Video – Salaficentre.com/Online – Online Quran Lessons Salafischool.co.uk/online – Online Full Day Classes – TuitionClub.org/Online

 

NEW VIDEO! Can One Pray at Home With Their Sick Father Instead of the Masjid? – Shaykh Fawzaan

Question: My father had a stroke about 3 years ago and he is paralysed on his left. He has not been able to fast for three Ramadhaans except the last one. He also has diabetes and high blood pressure. My brothers and I pray at home with our father. Are we sinful for not going to the masjid because of my fathers medical situation?

Watch the full video for the Shaykh’s answer!

 

Links 🔗 from Video – Salaficentre.com/Online – Online Quran Lessons Salafischool.co.uk/online – Online Full Day Classes – TuitionClub.org/Online

 

Appeal 2017 – Help Fund the Masjid & New Fence Project

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Asalamu’alaykum wa rahamtullahi wa barakaatuhu

An update on our masjid fence project.

Alhamdulilah Allah blessed us with the chance to collect the funds required over Ramadhaan, and Jazaakumallahukhair to all those who donated.

We had sought out the most competitive prices we could at the time and were ready to go ahead with the work. However we were then made aware of a local council scheme which would augment and add better value to the initial fence we had proposed such as: better quality of fence, better gate security and various security measures.

We decided to apply for these extra security measures, realising we could gain more value for the money we had initially raised.

Alhamdulilāh our application was accepted at the initial stage and we recieved a security inspection. Our final proposals were then submitted; and we are now in the final stages of receiving approval. If this is granted then the fence will include the extra features that we had not initially raised funds, but which enhance the quality and value of the fence and security around the masjid.

As soon as the approval comes through then we will inform the appropriate contractors and work will begin.

May Allah reward all those who donated and contributed to the effort. We thank you for your patience in this affair

The Committee of The Salafi Centre of Manchester


📢 Announcement 📢

Buy a Dawah 📦 Box & Donate to the Dawah Effort! 📚

What does this pay for?
– Regular weekly dawah stalls (💯% material costs only, as all our efforts are for Allah’s sake) 🔊
– 100’s of books & 1000’s of leaflets 📚📔📰
– Multiple Venue hire – Including the Upcoming Conference Entitled “Islam Against Extremism”. 🏢

So act today and spread knowledge of Islam upon the correct methodology FREE OF EXTREMISM!

👉 The Messenger of Allah (sallahualayhiwasallam) said: “By Allah, if Allah guides even one person through you that is better for you than red camels.” (Bukhari & Muslim)

Shaykh bin Baz (rahimahullah) commented “This Hadith denotes that guiding one person onto the right path is better than the most precious form of wealth” (Majmoo Fataawa Vol.3 pg 112)

Furthermore spreading knowledge is from the Ongoing ✅ Forms of Reward, that a person may attain even after his death: 📜 Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, among the good deeds that will reach a believer after his death are : knowledge which he taught and spread, a righteous child he leaves behind, a copy of the Quran he leaves for inheritance, a mosque he has built, a house he built for travelers, a well he has dug, and charity he has given from his wealth while he was healthy. These deeds will join him after his death.” (Saheeh Sunan Ibn Majah Hadeeth 242).

We have 36 Boxes 📦 at various sizes – £150, £300 and £500. So give today via Cash, Paypal or Bank Transfer… And Help Complete the Graphic! 📦

PAYPAL:
Paypal.me/salaficentre

BANK:
Account Name: Dar Ul Hadith
Sort Code: 309542
Account Number: 05570092
Bank Name: Lloyds
BIC CODE: LOYDGB21004
IBAN NUMBER: GB19 LOYD 3095 4205 5700 92

📝 For all the information click here: http://salaficentre.com/appeal2017
For updates go to Telegram.me/salaficentre or Twitter.com/salaficentre


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Alhamdulilah we have raised £ 32,527.97 ✅ out of our total target of £45,000 within just a few days. We thank Allah first and foremost and we thank those who have given generously, and we ask Allah to reward them with much good.

From the amounts we needed we have raised:
– Masjid Running Costs (Shortfall): £ 8,702.37 / £10,000 📈
– Central & South Manchester Dawah: £150 / £10,000 📈
– Masjid Fence Project / £ 23,825.60 / £25,000 📈

We are close but just £ 12,472.03 short of our overall total. So we urge out brothers and sisters to keep going with this effort. And donate 👍 to all of our masjid and activity costs.

 


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Update! Panels SOLD OUT… 

Announcing the BUY A PANEL Scheme. Our target is more easilly achievable if we break the total down into smaller chunks. See the poster above for more information and donate by buying a panel! Or get your friends and fmaily to gather together and donate to contribute a panel!

Amount

  • Panel £500
  • Floor £1000You can doante easilly via Cash, Bank or Paypal. Reference: Panel500 or Floor 1000

Bank

  • Account Name: Dar Ul Hadith
  • Sort Code: 309542
  • Account Number: 05570092
  • Bank Name: Lloyds
  • BIC CODE: LOYDGB21004
  • IBAN NUMBER: GB19 LOYD 3095 4205 5700 92

Further Information Below


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Asalaamualaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu

Help Cover the Annual Masjid Shortfall & Take part in the new masjid Fence and security Project!

We pray this message finds you well and in the highest of eemaan.

Alhamdulilah the masjid has worked as hard as it can to become self-reliant. However with the huge and unprecedented growth in the community, then even more resources are needed to cover the equirements of a wide range and variety of attendees.

🎯 Total Target – £45,000

  • £5,000: Dawah stall: Huge and renewed interest from the public with approximately £2000 worth of materials given out int he last 4 weeks alone!
  • £5,000: South Manchester Dawah classes, lessons, literature, stalls and events- 100+  weekly attendees! Costs consist of the weekly premises rental as well as rental of large conference halls to spread the dawah.
  • £10,000: The entire Salafi Masjid yearly shortfall. Although we afford most of our costs ourselves then we have further shortfalls including the bills (such as Gas, Water, Electric, Council Tax, bins and more see below).

ANNOUNCING new Masjid Fence Project!

Help build the fence around the masjid, allowing for a better environment, more security for attendees, better and safer grounds and for children to be and play in, especially in the current climate.

Total projected cost – £25,000

We have the chance to build a fence around the masjid, to improve the security of the masjid grounds. This will also help us add in a small play area for the children and increased parking for what is a more busy masjid now then ever before – walillahilhamd!

Donate easily via bank:

  • Account Name: Dar Ul Hadith
  • Sort Code: 309542
  • Account Number: 05570092
  • Bank Name: Lloyds
  • BIC CODE: LOYDGB21004
  • IBAN NUMBER: GB19 LOYD 3095 4205 5700 92

Donate via Cash or Paypal by clicking here:

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Gallery

We will be adding more images to the gallery of the various activities that take place in the masjid here.

Fence Target Info
Full Details!
Donation Details
General Information
Buy a Dawah Box – Teach & Spread Islam
Panel Project – Complete!
Dawah Stall (SOuth Manchester Lesson)
Free Leaflets
Dawah Stall Setup City Centre Manchester
Donate Via Paypal – Paypal.me/salaficentre
Brothers & Sisters selling and donating all to masjid to raise funds

Further Information

By Allah’s grace, we have invested a lot of funds in various areas of the masjid recently. This includes the prayer areas, entrances, roof, car park, spare rooms, heating systems, air conditioning systems, wudhu areas, and more. Qadr’ullah as a result we have fallen back in paying our rent with a lump sum now due to our landlord. Alhamdulilah may Allah bless the brother he has been very understanding and patient but we must pay him his due right, and we are short on funds to do so.

This opens up an excellent chance for everyone in our community to contribute to the upkeep of the masjid, and is a great way to show gratitude to Allah the most gracious and the most high for everything he has given us. Alhamdulilah the masjid looks after many people and provides much service to our community. Whether that’s the 250+ attendees of the various madrasahs; or the staff in the all areas; or the sisters who benefit from the Quran and Arabic classes, toddler classes and more; or the 3-400+ attendees for Jumua and 100+ attendees of classes.

So we ask everyone who benefits, and uses the masjid in anyway; whether on site or even online- for Allah’s sake, to help maintain it by paying off its bills, which essentially are the result of its thorough use by all of us. The reward is truly immense and potentially unmeasurable with Allah.

As Shaykh Ubayd (hafidhahullah) advised us to ask the people for funds, and that it was good because he said “your masjid is founded/run on the goodness (charity) of the good doers.” So we implore you as the Messenger (sallallahualayhiwasallam) implored the Sahabah and the women to give in charity for Allahs sake. And this is not for any one individual, but for the masjid, and the dawa it gives which is clear for all in the community to see; and those online as well.

Alhamduilah recently we paid back the loan we had taken to pay the rent shortfall off. However this will only cover us up to what we had. Expanded efforts have meant an increase in regular outgoings. With our increasingly popular dawah stall that is regular on site on Market Street (City Centre Manchester)– teaching and giving information out to non Muslims and clarifying recent events; as well as the huge number of families and children who need support- both with issues and in terms of their Islamic tarbiyyah during the weekdays and Saturdays- all of these and (various other factors) mean will continuously be running low on funds. We can prevent this shortfall in the long term, if we all work together and setup regular standing orders. Our projected shortfall a month is £800.

Alhamdulillah this is not much of a gap for us to bridge, if we all contribute. All it requires is for 40 people to setup a standing order for £20 per month. You can kick start this effort right now, by setting up a regular monthly donation from your bank account. This is easy, and means that you can donate a small amount regularly, and over time this will accumulate into what we hope from Allah will be a huge reward. Our bank details for online or telephone banking details are:

  • Account Name: Dar Ul Hadith
  • Sort Code: 309542
  • Account Number: 05570092
  • Bank Name: Lloyds
  • BIC CODE: LOYDGB21004
  • IBAN NUMBER: GB19 LOYD 3095 4205 5700 92

Where does your Money go?

Your money goes to so many areas at the masjid, that it’s value will never be lost insha’Allah. The following is a list of areas donations are split over:

  1. The Masjid Building: The masjid is now fully using every aspect of its premises whereby we are often squeezed for space. This huge increased footflow and attendance requires maintenance, including cleaning and repair work. We also have to increase the number of bin collections (which are no longer free), as well as having external mainttenance work done. We sometimes have no space on jumua, and open up upstairs as an overflow. Further more the masjid provides the physical space needed to hold lessons in Islamic Topics. Currently we have a study on Sahih al Bukhari and had a themed lesson on Marriage and Divorce.
  2. Online presence: This includes the websites whcih have grown immensly in traffic and use, with 1000’s of users benefiting every day. We now have the following sites:
    1. Darulhadith.org.uk – offical site for the Charity
    2. Salaficentre.com – official site for the Salafi Da’wah in Manchester, including over 3,000 articles in every possible category; including information on the da’wah here, and generally. It also houses all our news for masjid.
    3. LearnAboutIslam.co.uk – official audio site for all our lectures and shared audio site for any maraakiz, small pockets of Salafis who have lectures, and want to post them out so everyone can benefit. The site currently includes over 1000 audios by various teachers and scholars also.
    4. SalafiSchool.co: Website for the Saturday School and for The Qur’an School, with soon to be released Children’s Islamic Studies – free for all to download and learn from.
    5. SunnahRadio.net: Website for our radio station that includes live broadcasts. And shared broadcast site for any of the Salafis who would like to use it to spread the da’wah. In the past year or two we have had lectures broadcast in many places including Bolton, Liverpool, Leeds, Loughborough, Oxford, Nelson, Woolwhich London, Stoke on Trent and more…
    6. Tuitionclub.org: Website for assissting Home Schooling parents, with tutors.
  3. Dawah stall: Weekly da’wa stall in Manchester City Centre, with free leaflets, CD’s and Islamic Literature. Calling to Islam, free of extremism and educating both the muslims and non-muslims. Twitter: @CCDawahMCR
  4. Quran school: A madrasah teaching children how to read and recite the Qur’aan – now with over 160 children attending and approximately 20 teachers (may Allah reward them).
  5. Saturday school: A madrasah teaching children how to read and recite the Qur’aan; the Correct Islam free of Shirk, bid’ah and extremism, The Arabic language so that they can understand both the Qur’an and Hadeeth, and the speech of the scholars. Alhamdulillah we now have over a 160 children attending and approximately 20 teachers (may Allah reward them).
  6. The Home School Tuition club: With tutors helping home schooled children both on site and via online tutoring.
  7. Adult classes – We have many Adult classes in both Qur’an and Arabic; for both women and men.
  8. Mother and Baby Club: A chance for sisters to come and socialise, and share information on raising children, whilst also giving the children a safe halaal environment to play in.

It is easy to donate to any or all of these things via online banking. All you need to do is setup a payment on your mobile banking app,

Alternatively you can donate via Paypal if that’s easier. Please note however that Paypal do take a portion of fees for charities, so it would be better if you donated via online banking.




You can also easilly donate by clicking here: https://paypal.me/salaficentre

We ask that Allah grants us tawfique to earn his reward, and the baseerah (foresight) to see and understand the value of contributing to a masjid. The Messenger of Allah (sallalahualayhiwasallam) said: “whoever builds a masjid for Allah’s sake; Allah builds for him a House in Jannah.”

If you are unable to donate, then you can still help! Spread this message to everyone you know. Explain to them the benefits of Charity and giving to a masjid for Allah’s sake. As the Messenger of Allah (SallAllahualayhiwasallam) said “Allah has said “O’ Son of Aadam, Spend (On Charity and Righteous Causes) and I will spend on you.”” You can even spread the following donation picture:

May Allah protect you, reward you all and increase your reward; replacing what you give with more and more.

 

Friday Incident at The Salafi Centre & Abu Usaamah Dhahabi

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

After the ‘Foundations of the Sunnah’ lesson yesterday, I was asked about an incident that occurred at Jum’uah (Fri 1st April) at the Salafi Centre; whereby inexplicably Abu Usama Dhahabi, of the deviant GLM organisation, walked in, took the microphone claiming he was the khateeb- apparently believing he was scheduled to do the khutbah there! In reality he was scheduled with the hizbees across the road (the followers of the takfeeri innovator al Magharawi, the ones who cut the phone line on Shaikh Rabee’ when he was advising them to abandon the innovator Al-Ma’ribi, etc.). He was promptly removed from the masjid. So the question is: Was it correct to remove him?

We can answer this from a number of angles, that will leave no doubt in anyone’s mind that this action was correct and in fact completely necessary!

So firstly: What kind of unbelievable extreme mental block and delusional state must somebody be in, to walk into a masjid, take the microphone and be on the verge of starting the Khutba… and NOT EVEN realise that it is not the masjid you have been invited to; instead, somewhere completely different?! Bear in mind, that he has been to the hizbees across the road before anyway! So it cannot be said, that he was somehow unaware of the layout of the masjid at all. It is still perplexing and baffling to the Salafis of Manchester how his mind didn’t “click”, when he walked into a completely new and unrecognised environment to the hizbee location he was invited to even though he has ALREADY visited it previously. We can only imagine his bewilderment when he must’ve seen new faces he didn’t recognise at all, and couldn’t see any of his hizbee comrades waiting to greet him. Alas, the proverbial pennies were clearly in short supply, hence the lack of any of them ‘dropping’. Yet he proceeded still to ask for the mic to be clipped onto his collar, to begin his khutbah!Despite our utmost efforts, we still cannot comprehend how on Earth such stupidity is even possible.

Secondly: Upon finally locating a penny to drop… it dropped… and the mic was removed, leaving him utterly confused, bemused & bamboozled by his (own) unbelievable stupidity. So belatedly he began to make his way out, and when loitering around the corridor, and further more being asked to leave, he muttered words to the effect of “I know how to go JAAHILIYYAH on you”. Now shocking as this may seem, it shouldn’t surprise anyone, as its what we’ve become accustomed to with this individual. We all know very well, how he goes all “jaahiliyyah” on people; and if anyone needs a refresh, please read about his restaurant nervous breakdown, where he almost beat up a couple of young brothers half his age (http://www.salaficentre.com/2014/08/abu-usamah-ad-dhahabi-glm-despicable-attempted-assault-must-read ) and Allah’s aid is sought!

It is truly amazing! Can anyone imagine any of the Scholars, going all “JAAHILIYYAH” on people?! Or perhaps this is the new “hip”, “street”, “cool”, “reach-out-to-the-gangster-Youth”, vibe of dawa, being implemented by him, and his likes (the likes of Aasim al Hakeem with his “your mother” comment (https://twitter.com/1mmeducation/status/715546135335739393) and the “Dawa Men” with their infamous sperm drinking debacle).

Thirdly: What was the parting comment of this so-called great student of knowledge, (referred to by many as a “Shaykh Abu Usama Dhahabi”(!)) toward the Salafi brothers, who ushered him out. I quote, from witnesses present, he uttered words to the effect, “If this was in my masjid I’d crack your head open”?!… A student of knowledge saying this? A “Shaikh”? Yes, indeed… an even the young children at the masjid were almost in tears from laughter when hearing that a so-called great “student” speaks like this!. Alhamdulillaah we didn’t learn to “crack people’s heads” from our Salafi scholars when studying in Madinah… Allah knows best what he learnt…

So considering all the facts, then there is no issue whatsoever in having removed him.

1) He attempted to take the Mimbar & Mic with NO invitation whatsoever (upon his completely & utterly unbelievable lack of ability to distinguish between the Hizbi location he was invited to and our Salafi Masjid…which has a huge banner at the entrance “Salafi Centre of Manchester” and in Arabic too المركز السلفي!)

2) He threatened brothers with speech typically expected of a thug off the backstreets of some rundown slum… Threatening to CRACK someone’s HEAD, despite the fact that it was he who attempted to take the Mimbar & deliver a Khutbah?!
Passing the blame is typical cowardice; despite it being his mistake it was the ones ejecting him who needed their heads “cracking”. This is further evidence of this mans delusional state and typical of his characteristic of being in “denial” of reality. Even though he was completely at fault for the WHOLE incident – Dhahabi cannot bring himself to accept it; and it is always we the Salafis that have to be at fault. The same Salafis who were peacefully waiting for their Salafi khateeb… until he – a man declared a deviant by Sh Ahmad Najmy – “gatecrashed” like no one has ever gatecrashed before.

3) And this brings us to the most important points to this entire saga. Abu Usaamah Dhahabi is known to cooperate with deviants and share platforms with them at GLM… Shaykh Ahmad an Najmee was asked about this individual to which he replied:

“موقفكم منه كموقفهم من أهل البدعة أعرض عنه و اتركه”

“Your position with him is the same as your position with the people of innovation. Turn away from him and abandon him.”

Shaykh Uthaymeen in his explanation of Imaam Nawawee’s 40 Hadith said: “If the one that eats, garlic and onions is prevented from entering the masjid, how about the one that corrupts the people’s religion? Is he not more deserving of being prevented from entering? Indeed [he is], by Allah! But many people are unaware!”
Hence, it was completely and utterly correct to remove him from both the minbar and the masjid; and all praise is to Allah and with Allah lies the success

Abu Muaadh Taqweem & The Committee of The Salafi Centre of Manchester


Read Update about Abu Usaamah’s attempt to distor and cut and paste from this fatwa

Read Update: Abu Usaamah says “ I am a supporter of Ali Hasan Al-Halabi. I support him. I support what he is upon.”

“Tahiyyat al-Masjid” (2 Rakaa’at) Whilst the Muadhin is Calling the Adhaan- Shaykh Al-Uthaymeen

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

It is better to respond to the muadhin and then supplicate after that, with what has been reported1, then he enters into (performing) tahiyyatul masjid (2 rakah before sitting down), however some of the scholars have made an exception when entering the mosque on the Friday and the muadhin is calling the second adhaan, (if that occurs) he (first) prays tahiyyatul masjid , so that he is able to listen to the khutbah. The reason for that is because listening to the khutbah is an obligation and responding to the muadhin is not an obligation. And safeguarding the performance of an obligation takes precedence over safeguarding (the performance of) that which isn’t an obligation.

[Source: Shaykh Al-Uthaymeens Majmoo’ al-fataawa war rasaa’il]


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اللَّهُمَّ رَبَّ هَذِهِ الدَّعْوَةِ التَّامَّةِ، وَالصَّلَاةِ الْقَائِمَةِ، آتِ مُحَمَّداً الْوَسِيلَةَ وَالْفَضِيلَةَ، وَابْعَثْهُ مَقَاماً مَحْمُوداً الَّذِي وَعَدْتَهُ، [إَنَّكَ لَا تُخْلِفُ الْمِيعَادَ

Allaahumma Rabba haathihid-da ‘watit-taammati wassalaatil-qaa’imati, ‘aati Muhammadanil-waseelata walfadheelata, wab ‘ath-hu maqaamam-mahmoodanil-lathee wa’adtahu, [‘innaka laa tukhliful-mee’aad]

O Allah , Lord of this perfect call and established prayer. Grant Muhammad the intercession and favor, and raise him to the honored station You have promised him, [verily You do not neglect promises].

Reference: Al-Bukhari 1/152, and the addition between brackets is from Al-Bayhaqi 1/410 with a good (Hasan) chain of narration. See ‘Abdul-Azlz bin Baz’s Tuhfatul-‘Akhyar, pg. 38.

New Extractor Fans, Fans, Plastering and Speakers installed

In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy

Much work has taken place in the masjid, and we would like to share with everyone the effort put in by many of the brothers for the sake of Allah.

The work in progress gallery is below, and will update with work complete gallery soon insha’Allah.

Please contribute to this continuing and regular effort at maintaining the masjid and dawa.

May Allah reward all of those who helped.

Radiators taken off, and wall plastered
Speakers installed to take load off system due to excess blotting out of sound
New wiring run for extractor fans in both Men’s and Women’s Sides
New wiring run for extractor fans in both Men’s and Women’s Sides
Extractor Fans installed into wall on the top left
New wiring run for extractor fans in both Men’s and Women’s Sides
Fans installed in women’s side
Insulation re-distributed
Undercoat onto new plaster
New Plastering done
Painting the first coat
Old holes, with new extractors to be installed
Spots for mini ceiling speakers
Spots for mini ceiling speakers
Fresh Plastering
Fresh Plastering

Giving Salaam in an empty masjid? – Ash Shaykh Saalih Al Fawzaan

Question:

Is it from the sunnah for the one who enters the masjid to give the salaams whether there is anyone in it or not, because we heard that whoever enters the masjid it is a must that he gives salaams upon the angels?

Answer:

Give the salaams if someone is in it, (if) he sees someone in it then give the salaams. As for if the masjid is empty then there is no reason to give the salaams.

 

Source: http://www.alfawzan.af.org.sa/node/14495

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7skW6NOAh0?rel=0&w=560&h=315%5D

LIVE: SUN 25th NOV: “Build Your House in Jannah”- Stoke on Trent- Abu Hakeem & Abu Khadeejah al Jazairi

Build Your House in Jannah – Come and see our plans for a new Masjid insha’Allah!

Whoever builds for Allah’s (sake) a masjid, Allah builds for him a house in Paradise.

Speakers:

  • Abu Hakeem Bilal Davies
  • Abu Khadeejah al Jazairi
  • Ustadh Abdul Muhsin

Brothers & Sisters – ALL WELCOME!

Location:

North Road Academy, Stoke on Trent – ST62BP

SEE LARGE POSTER HERE

What if he finds out that he did not pray towards the Qibla?

Question:

What is the ruling, if after the prayer it becomes clear that it was prayed towards other than the direction of the Qiblah; does it make any difference if this (happened) in a Muslim land or a kaafir land or in the wilderness?

 

Answer:

If a Muslim is on a journey or in a land in which it is not easy to find someone to show him the Qiblah, then his prayer is correct even after it becomes clear to him that he did not pray towards the Qibla. But if he was in a Muslim land, his prayer is not correct, because he is able to ask someone to show him the direction of the Qibla, just as he is able to know the direction of the Qibla via the mosques. [Fataawaa Muhimma Tata-allaqu Bis-Salaah: Imaam Abdul Azeez Bin Baaz (rahimahullaah): page:5] 


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