PARADIGMA LAFAZ ”SAYYIDINA” DALAM SHALAWAT NABI

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Bolehkah Menambahkan kata “Sayyidina” dalam Shalat?

Ada sebagian anggapan bahwa menambahkan kata “Sayyidina” dalam shalat tidak diperbolehkan karena hanya boleh diucapkan diluar shalat. Benarkah mengucapkan kata Sayidina dalam shalat(tasyahud awal/akhir) tidak boleh? Yang boleh dan benar diucapkan hanya diluar shalat? Menyertakan kalimat “SAYYIDINA” dalam sighat shalawat atas Nabi ketika shalat tidak membatalkan shalat bahkan sebaliknya mayoritas ulama seperti Ibn Dhahirah, Ibn http://dlvr.it/2x6yx9 http://www.sarkub.com/

Tatkala waktu malam menjelang, ramai dari kalangan manusia yang nyenyak tidur, diulit mimpi. Waktu malam sejuk sebeginilah Sayyidina Umar al-Khattab (Radhiallahu anhu) menyusup keluar dari rumahnya untuk mencari orang-orang yang susah. Jiwanya yang penuh rasa taqwa membangkitkan beliau dari tilam tidurnya yang empuk. “Bagaimana aku bisa tidur lena jikalau masih ada saudara-saudaraku di luar sana yang merasa kelaparan tak terhingga? Apa yang akan ku jawab pada Allah di Akhirat nanti?” mungkin hati kecilnya berbicara. SubhanAllah, betapa hebatnya Allah mencipta khalifah yang sebaik dia, memeduli mereka yang terpinggir, menderita.

anonymous said:

There's also a hadeeth stating the prophet (pbuh) said to burn all the ahadeeth. And most of them weren't collected until 200 years after his death. There is lots of room for error after 2 centuries. (Unless I am wrong, in which case, please enlighten me.)

I know which hadith you’re speaking of and that’s quite often not related with it’s correct context. This was from when revelation was early and the Prophet ﷺ ordered to stop recording his statements because he feared people would confuse them with the revelation of the Qur’an, after people were able to distinguish between the two he allowed it and in fact within that same hadith narrated by Sayyidina Abu Sa’id al-Khudri he clearly states that the Prophet ﷺ gave people permission to narrate from him. It’s also ironic that they use this hadith as a proof for not following hadith when they don’t even accept hadith in the first place, logic much? (Literally LOL’ing)

Then the claim that hadith wasn’t recorded until 2 centuries later is fallacious and far from truth. Hadith was recorded and written from the time of the Prophet ﷺ his companions and all the way down in a very stringent manner. The official collections of the canonical works were taken from these recordings and orally in a much stricter procedure, hadith didn’t just pop out of nowhere and become Sahih al-Bukhari there was an entire methodology behind it. Let me give you some example of hadith being recorded prior to the canonical period;

- Sayyidina Abu Hurrairah (RA) narrated hadith via 5,374 channels who had books of hadith in his possession and at least 9 of his students wrote hadiths from him.

- Sayyidina Ibn Umar (RA) narrated 2,630 hadiths and he too had written collections. At least 8 of his students wrote from him.

- Sayyidina Umm A’isha (RA)transmitted 2,210 hadith and at least 3 people had them in written form from her including her nephew Urwah who was one of the greatest hadith scholars from amongst the successors.

- Sayyidina Abu Sa’id al-Khudri (RA) who transmitted 1,170 hadiths and al-Khatib states that he wrote them down.

- Sayyidina Ibn Mas’ud (RA) transmitted 748 hadiths and his own book of hadith was possessed by his son.

- Sayyidina Abdullah Ibn Amr al-Aas (RA) who transmitted 700 hadiths. He used to write hadiths while the Prophet ﷺ was alive and he actually gave his book a title; al-Sahifah al-Sadiqah and at least 7 of his students have hadith from him in written form.

- Sayyidina Ali Ibn Abi Talib (RA) transmitted 536 hadiths and at least 8 of his students had them in written form.

So we see that this claim that hadith being recorded later therefore it being unauthentic is not accurate at all. Only those who haven’t really investigated the veracity of hadith literature will propose such ideas because all of this has been dealt with conclusively in many works. Try reading ‘Studies in hadith methodology and literature’ and ‘Studies in early hadith literature’ both by Dr. Muhammad Mustafa al-A’zami which will clear all doubts about hadith. Also look up Dr. Jonathan Brown of Georgetown who is probably one of the best hadith experts in the English language today.

Cara Membaca Shalawat Yang Benar

Para ulama kita menegaskan bahwa dalam membaca shalawat kepada Raslullah harus dengan bacaan yang benar, agar terhasilkan pahala dan mafaat dari bacaan tersebut. Misalkan, dalam melafazhkan huruf “shad” pada kalimat “Shalli” harus jelas dan benar sesuai makhraj-nya, jangan sampai tertukar dengan huruf “sin”. Karena bila demikian maka maknanya akan berubah total.  Kemudian dalam melafazhkan “Shalli” http://dlvr.it/2Wby8z http://www.sarkub.com/

Allaahumma shollii ‘alaa Sayyidinaa Muhammad wa ‘alaa aali Sayyidinaa Muhammad (recite it with me)
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The Holy Prophet (s) said : “Increase your recitation of salawat on me on Friday because on this day Angels present themselves to me. There is no servant of Allah who recites salawat upon me, except that his voice reaches me from wherever he is”.

The Companions asked even after your departure ?

"He replied, Yes after my departure too, because Allah has made it Haraam upon the earth to consume the bodies of the Prophets”

Imam Tibraani (rahmat ullah `alayh) has recorded this Hadith narrated by Sayyidina Abu Darda (r)

Sayyidina Mughira bin Shabiah radiallahu anhu has quoted the Messenger of Allah salalahu alayhi wa salam as saying:

“Do not call those who have died as bad people because to speak ill of the dead will hurt the living”

Also, Sayyidina Abdullah ibn Umar radiallahu anhu has said that the Messenger of Allah salalahu alayhi wa salam said:

“Speak of the good things of those of you who have died and refrain from speaking ill of them”

[…]

It is possible that Allah may have forgiven him. So, if we recall his bad nature then it means that we object to Allah’s decision. It is as though we tell Allah, “You may have forgiven him but I will not pardon him.” 

[…]

Only under one condition is it allowed to backbite the dead. That situation is when anyone has written down misleading ideas in books before he died. The books are well circulated and have a wide readership. Therefore, it is proper to inform the public that this man had misleading beliefs, which he has publicized so that they may not be miscarried by them. We are allowed to mention only this much of his evil nature. We are liable to respect the limits and not speak illl of him more than necessary. We are not allowed to decide or curse him. We do not know that, though he had written misleading things, he may have been inspired by Allah to repent before he died, and Allah may have forgiven him. We cannot decide on his fate or call him as one consigned to Hell. Only Allah decides whether anyone will be sent to Hell or Paradise. We can only tell the people that his views expounded in books are irreligious and misleading and they be wary of that.

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As we knw, on the day of judgement, people will become selfish. Even a mother will ignore her own child. Except for one person, our beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw). Rasulullah (saw) will give his syafaat for his ummah on that day. Imagine abt Rasulullah (saw) smiling at us on that day….. Allah.. 💘 The most beautiful creation, smiling at us. Subhanallah. Unimaginable. may this dream come true, ameen! Allahumma solli’ala sayyidina muhammad..
In order for us to gain syafaat of rasulullah (saw) on the day of judgement, we have to constantly selawat and try to follow his sunnah InsyaAllah.


اللهم صل على سيدنا محمد 💘

As we near the end of the month of Dhul Qai’dah in which the Battle of the trench (Khandaq) took place we should remind ourselves of the great sacrifices made by noble personalities of Islam.

Another significant character in this battle was none other than Sayyidina Ali (RA), one of the most loyal, wise and brave companions of the Holy Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him.

He (RA) displayed his formidable courage when the other companions were silent, exhausted and hungry.

Read more about their bravery in this battle in our blog to be published later this morning. In sha Allah.

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