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The Wisdom Behind Fasting – Shaykh al-‘Uthaymīn (rahimahullāh)

Shaykh Muhammad ibn Sālih al ‘Uthaymīn (rahimahullāh) said,

The wisdom behind fasting is not that a person merely prevents himself from the grace of Allāh (‘azza wa jal), such as food, drink and sexual relations; however the wisdom behind fasting is something greater than that, it is (that you attain) the taqwa of Allāh, as Allāh (tabāraka wa ta’āla) said when he mentioned the obligation of fasting

‎[البقرة:183] ‎{ لَعَلَّكُمْ تَتَّقُونَ }

That you may become al-Muttaqūn [the pious and righteous persons who fear Allah much (abstain from all kinds of sins and evil deeds which He has forbidden) and love Allah much (perform all kinds of good deeds which He has ordained)]. Al-Baqarah: 183

At-Talīq ‘ala Risālah Haqīqah as-Siyām pgs. 12-13

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Protect Yourself from Allāh’s Anger and Displeasure – Shaykh ‘Abdur Razzāq al-Badr

Shaykh ‘Abdur Razzāq al-Badr (hafidahullāh) said,

The taqwa of Allāh is to obey Him, adhere to His commandments and abstain from His prohibitions.

The meaning of taqwa, is that the servant places a barrier between him and between that which he fears. And the taqwa of a servant in relation to his Lord, is that he places between him and his Lord a barrier that protects him from that which he is scared of, from Allah’s anger, displeasure and punishment.

And that is not achieved except by the performance of acts of obedience and refraining from acts of disobedience.

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Salafi Centre Appeal – Ramadhaan 2017


Funds Needed this Ramadhaan

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

🎯Target £45,000 by End of Ramadhaan consisting of:

– £5,000 Dawah stall (Huge and renewed interest from the public) 📦🚐💿

– £5,000 South Manchester Dawah classes, lessons, literature, stalls and events- 100 weekly attendees! Weekly Premises rental and conference hall rentals.📚📝

– £10,000 Salafi Masjid yearly shortfall. Covers the shortfall in the bills (Gas, Water, Electric, Council Tax, bins and more),

📝📖📉Subsidised and low fees to all and poor students in Quran, Saturday School, all men’s and women quran classes lessons and all the various websites (5) and dawah channels (16) we run.

🚧🔒📢ANNOUNCING new Masjid Fence Project! £25,000

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.

💪💷It isn’t much to raise and together we can do it. You can donate by CASH or any of the following ways. We will be continuously updating every night- let’s work hard to achieve our goal!




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Ramadhaan: [Mu’addhin Takes a Precaution and Calls The Fajr Adhaan Four or Five Minutes Before Fajr – [Brief Observations by Shaikh Uthaymeen]

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

Shaikh Uthaymeen [rahimahullaah] said: This precaution is not legislated and indeed the Prophet [sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam] said: “The over-stringent ones are destroyed”. [Ref 1; see further benefits on this hadeeth at the end of this article]

It [i.e. this type of precaution] is incorrect because if they [i.e. the people] take this precaution in relation to the fasting, they will commit a mistake or a misdeed. That is because many people stand up and [start] praying Fajr when they hear the Mu’addhin. Therefore, the one who hears the A’dhaan of the Mu’addhin before Fajr and starts praying, he might have prayed before the right time and prayer before its right time is incorrect. So in this regard, the Musalloon [performers of the prayer] have been wronged.

Likewise, the Saa’imoon [i.e. those who intend to perform the fast on that day] are wronged because he [Mu’addhin] prevents them from eating and drinking despite the fact that it is permissible [i.e. eating and drinking until the correct time of Fajr].  He [the Mu’addhin] commits an offence against the Saa’imoon because he prevents them from that which Allaah has made permissible for them; and he commits an offence against the performers of the prayer when they pray before the right time of Fajr and this is a nullifier of the prayer.

Therefore, it is obligated on the Mu’addhin to fear Allaah [The Mighty and Majestic] and that he follows- whilst aspiring to establish what is correct- that which the Book and Sunnah guides to.

[Source: An Excerpt from ‘Majmoo Fataawaa’ of the Shaikh (rahimahullaah) 19/295]

Ref 1: The Messenger (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) said, ‘’The over-stringent ones are destroyed’’: Imaam Nawawi (rahimahullaah) said: ”The over-stringent ones are those who look too deeply (into affairs) and are excessive- those who exceed the Hudood [prescribed legislated sharia boundaries] in their statements and actions.” [Source: Saheeh Muslim Hadeeth Number 2670 & Saheeh Muslim Bi-Sharh An-Nawawi Vol 16, Page 180 & page 220. Publisher Dar Al-Kotob Al-Ilmiyyah 1st ed 1421AH (Year 200)]


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Making up a Fast, then Broke it Intentionally – Shaykh bin Baz (rahimahullah)

Shaykh bin Baz (rahimahullah) was asked:

One day I was making up an obligatory fast and after Dhuhr I felt hungry, so I ate and I drank intentionally and not out of forgetfulness, what is the ruling on this?

Obligatory upon you is to complete the fast, it is not permissible to break the fast if the fast was an obligatory one, such as making up a fast from Ramadhaan or a fast which you vowed to perform, upon you is to repent from what you have done and whoever repents (sincerely), Allah accepts their repentance.

Paraphrased from Majmoo’ Fataawa Shaykh bin Baz (rahimahullah) Vol.15 page 355

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