The Sharia

Naseehah for the Iftaar Merry Makers

A brother writes, Growing up not knowing much due to my own weaknesses, as friends we turned every moment into a fun packed so called joyous occasion. Truly I did not know what was joy. This is what I want to drive home to every Ummati who intends attending the …

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A Template For You To Reject SA’s Draft Marriage Bill

Good day I, as a Muslim South African citizen, have perused the Draft Marriage Bill, 2022. I strongly object to it on the following grounds: It will violate my religion’s right solemnize marriages below 18 years old. It will violate the principles of my religion by forcing a wife’s presence …

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MJC’S CORRUPT INTERMINGLING FATWA REFUTED

REFUTATION OF MJC BAATIL FATWA QUESTION:Please advise if the Fatwa below is correct? Intermingling at Weddings ANSWER: The Fatwa issued is incorrect and corrupt. Yes, if a female (such as a widow) has no Mahram and is left with no option but to go to the marketplace (where strange men …

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THE MEANING OF AHLUS SUNNAH WAL JAMA’

In a world where Muslims are continuously made the target in the enemies bloodthirsty firing range, in a dark cyberspace environment where the only goal that tops their agenda seems to be the manipulation of the roots of Islam, fiercely vaccinating into the blood stream a tempered definition of Muslims, …

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Are You A Man Who Menstruates?

Kharshah bin al-Hurr narrated: I saw Umar bin al-Khattaab (radhiyallahu anhu) while a young man passed by him, who had his lower garment hanging (below his ankle) and he was dragging it. So he (Umar) called him and said: “Are you one who menstruates?” He replied “O Ameer ul-Mu’mineen, does …

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Overseas Qurbaani

Many people are accustomed to sending money overseas to have their waajib Qurbaani performed on their behalf. If this is done merely to save oneself the “work” and “trouble” (and money), it is indeed reprehensible. This totally breaks the entire spirit of Qurbaani. If we continue with this trend, Allah …

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Understanding The Hajj Miqaat, al-Hil & al-Haram

Miqat (Arabic: ميقات)  literally translates to “a stated place or time”. It signifies the boundary for pilgrimage at the outskirts of Makkah, and as a pilgrim, it is the last point where you can complete your “ihram” before entering the city and beginning the “pilgrimage rites” Diagram depicting the boundaries: عَنِ ابْنِ …

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The Ihraam of the Face & Hijaab

While in Ihraam, it is not permissible for a woman to allow any cloth to touch her face. Ibne Umar رضي الله عنه narrates that Nabi ﷺ said: “المحرمة لا تنتقب” “A woman who is in Ihraam should not put a veil on her face.” (Abu Dawud Shareef under the …

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VIRTUES OF HAJJ

By Hadhrat Maulana Maseehullah Khan Rahmatullahi Alayhi: Knowledge of the virtues of Hajj will develop in one the understanding of the value and importance of hajj, creating enthusiasm and eagerness which in turn will result in proper fulfillment of the laws, etiquette and requirements of Hajj. Allah Ta’laa says in …

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12 Points: Salaat of the Sick

Under no condition should salaat be left out. As long as the person has the strength to stand up and offer his salaat, he should stand up. If he cannot stand,  he should sit down and offer his salaat. He should make his ruku while sitting. After the ruku, he …

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