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Weekend Hadeeth Study: “Whoever Allah wants Good for…” with Ustadh Abdul Hakeem Mitchell – Fri 10th Jan and Sun 12th Jan

Weekend Hadeeth Study!

“Whoever Allah wants Good for He gives him Understanding of the Religion”

👤 Shaykh Rabee B.Haadi al Madkhali

Talk Ustadh Abdul Hakeem Mitchell

4 Study Sessions:

  • Fri 10th Jan: 8pm
  • Sun 12th Jan: 3pm, 6pm, 8pm

Live at the Masjid 🕌 2 Dudley Street, Manchester, M89DA

Both sides open

Broadcast 🔊 Sunnahradio.net

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.

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Are you rewarded for reading the Qur’aan even though you do not understand its meaning?


The female questioner asks: Will one be rewarded for reading the Qur’aan even though he (or she) does not know its meaning?


Yes he (or she) will be rewarded due to general statement of the Messenger (sallal laahu alayhi wa sallam): Whoever reads the Qur’aan, he will have ten rewards for every letter.’’ Then he (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) said: And I am not saying that “Alif, Laam, Meem” is a letter, rather ‘Alif’ is a letter, ‘Laam’ is a letter and ‘Meem’ is a letter. [Reported by Tirmidhee]


[Source: Fadaa’il Al-A’maal page 23’ by Shaikh Muhammad Bin Abdillaah As-Subayyil (rahimahullaah)]

The Ruling on Those Who constantly fast Ramadhaan 30 days – Ignoring Moon Sighting – Shaykh Fawzaan

Shaykh Fawzaan (may Allah preserve him) was asked:

What is the ruling on people who constantly fast Ramadhaan 30 days? [i.e regardless of moon sighting]


This is not permissible; fasting is established upon the (sighting of the) new moon:

{They ask you (O Muhammad (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) about the new moons. Say: “These are signs to mark fixed periods of time for mankind…”} Surah 2 Verse 189

And the Prophet ﷺ said:

“Start observing Sawm (fasts) on seeing the crescent moon (of Ramadhaan), and give up observing saum (fast) on seeing the crescent-moon (of Shawwal).” Bukhaari

So fasting is linked to the sighting of the new moon, and giving up of fasting [end of Ramadan] is linked to the sighting of the new moon; and the month may be 30 days and it may be 29 days in accordance to the sighting of the new moon. So if it is not seen on the night of the 30th day [*translators note: bearing in mind the night precedes the day], then if this is relating to Sha’ban, the people arise [on the 30th day of Sha’ban] not fasting, because in this day is doubt [whether Ramadan has begun or not], and if this occured at the end of Ramadan then they fast the 30th day due to the origin of the affair being the establishment and continuity of Ramadan, just like in the first scenario the continuity of Sha’ban remains as the origin and default.

Source: http://www.alfawzan.af.org.sa/node/7426

Further Reading: http://salaficentre.com/2012/07/the-month-is-either-29-days-or-30-days-we-only-depend-on-the-sighting-of-the-moon/

Muslim Greeting when Ramadhan Approaches – Shaykh Bin Baaz

Shaykh Bin Baz rahimahullah was asked:


 Are there any specific legislated affairs with which the Muslim greets Ramadhaan?


The Month of Ramadhaan is the best of the months of the year, because Allah-Subhaanahu- has specified it by making fasting obligatory in it, and by making it the fourth pillar from the pillars of Islam. He also legislated for the Muslim that he prays the nights of Ramadhaan, as the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) said:

“Islaam is built upon five, The testification that none has the right to be worshipped in truth except Allah and that Muhammad is his Messenger, the establishment of the prayer, the giving of obligatory charity, fasting the month of Ramadhaan and performance of Hajj.” 1

And he (Sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) said

“Whoever (establishes the month of Ramadaan –by fasting and performing all types of righteous action) with the belief (that it is legislated by Allaah), and hoping for reward, He (Allah) will forgive him for his previous sins.”2

I do not know of any prescribed thing for the receiving of Ramadhaan except that the Muslim receives it with happiness, being delighted and rejoicing, (and) that he thanks Allah for the coming of Ramadhaan and that He has given him success by making him from those who are alive and those who compete in righteous actions.

For indeed the coming of Ramadhaan is a tremendous blessing from Allah, (and) because of this the Messenger (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) use to give his companions the glad tidings of the upcoming Ramadhaan and clarified to them its virtues, and that which Allah has prepared a great reward for those who fast and stand (in voluntary prayer at night). Allah has legislated for the Muslim the greeting of this month with sincere repentance and that in preparation for his fasting and standing, he should have a sound intention and a genuine firm resolve (for fasting, praying and performing all types of righteous actions).

1 Bukhaari and Muslim

2 Bukhaari and Muslim

 Source: Majmoo Fatawa of Shaykh Bin Baz Volume 15 pgs 8-9