al azeez

Shaykh Abd al-Azeez Aal al-Shaykh:

“Her (the Wife) work in her house is an act of worship to Allah, and her doing her household duties and taking care of her children are an act of worship to Allah, so she is in a state of worship, in In Shaa Allah. So she should make the most of the time in order to remember Allah; it is permissible to remember Allah whilst preparing food, praise be to Allah.”

(Majallat al-Buhooth, 58/81)

Morals Of The Believing Men And Women
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Shaykh ‘Abd al-'Azeez ibn Bāz [رحمه الله] said:

“These are some of the morals and characteristics of the believing men and women. They help, protect, and support one another. They do not envy, cheat, betray, insult, or call each other by offensive nicknames. They do not slander or do anything that may hurt or cause feuds, enmity, and division; instead they love and advise and exhort one another to do good for the sake of Allaah. They, therefore, enjoin the good and forbid the evil amongst them. Such is the behavior of the believing men and women.

With these manners societies prosper and affairs are straightened. In addition to this, the believers perform Salaah [Prayer] as prescribed by Allaah, in a state of tranquillity, Khushu’ [the heart being attuned to the act of worship], and devotion; in its due times; and fulfilling its conditions, pillars, and obligations. They perform it as Allaah has prescribed, each in its due time.”


[Fatwas of Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Bāz, (4/108) | Translated By Alifta. com]

anonymous asked:

Selam u aleykum,I swear for my sin then ı violate my oath and repentance after a while, I made the same sin more and more what should ı do ? I hate myself because I'm insincere. I've really sworn to swear and swore that I never thought I'd ever fall again. Please help me and please make dua for me.ı beg you please help me.I repent and do it again and again, knowing that I should not do it, but I do not want it, and I prefer to die instead because it gives me pain.Im afraid of getting dirty

First, do not do this again swear for ur sins

Abu Bakr came to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and said to him,

“Teach me a du’aa’ that I can say in my prayer.” He said, “Say Allaahumma inni zalamtu nafsi zulman katheeran wa laa yaghfir al-dhunooba illa anta faghfir li maghfiratan min ‘indika warhamni innaka anta al-Ghafoor al-Raheem

(O Allaah, I have done great injustice to myself and no one forgives sin except You. Grant me forgiveness from You and have mercy on me, for You are the Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful).” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 834; Muslim, 2705).

And the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

“Allah will accept the repentance of His slave so long as the death rattle has not yet reached his throat.”

(Narrated by al-Tirmidhi and classed as hasan by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi, 2802).

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen said:  

“How often is it the case that one of us will be better after committing sin than he was before. In many instances a person errs and falls into sin, then he feels ashamed in his heart before Allah and he turns to Him and repents to Him, so that he thinks of that sin all the time and continually regrets it and seeks forgiveness. But another person may think that he is obedient (towards Allah) and that he is one of the people who obey and worship Him, so he starts to admire himself and does not turn to Allah, which adversely affects his religious commitment. Allah is Wise and may test a person with sin in order to set him straight, just as He may test a person with hunger in order to improve his health. Adam was only chosen after he had committed sin and repented therefrom.

Al-Hafiz Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali (rahimahullaah) said: ‘Ali said: “The best of you is every tempted one who repents (i.e., every time he is tempted by this   world, he repents).” It was said, “What if he sins again?

He said, “He   should ask Allah for forgiveness and repent.” It was said, “What if he  sins again?” He said, “He should ask Allah for forgiveness and   repent.”  It was said, “What if he sins again?” He said, “He should ask Allah  for forgiveness and repent.” It was said,

“For how long?” He   said,  “Until the Shaytaan is defeated.”

‘Umar ibn ‘Abd al-‘Azeez said in his khutbah: O people, whoever commits sin, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent. If he does it again, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent, and if he does it again, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent.

some of the scholars of Ahlus Sunnah who have passed away (not a comprehensive list)
  • ‘Abdullaah Ibn Thuwab Abee Muslim Al-Khawlaanee (d.62AH)
  • Ibraheem at-Taymee (d.72AH)
  • Abdur-Rahmaan bin Hurmooz (d.117AH)
  • Muhammad bin Waasi (d.123AH)
  • Ahmad bin Yunus (d.134AH)
  • Abu Amr Ibnul Alaa (d.154AH)
  • Zafar bin Al-Hudhayl (d.158AH)
  • Salamah Ibn Deenar (d.164AH)
  • Al-Khaleel ibn Ahmad Al-Azdee  Al-Faraaheedee (d.170AH)
  • Abd Al-Azeez bin Abee Haazim (d.180AH)
  • Muslim bin Khaalid Al-Makhzoomee (d.180AH)
  • Muhammad bin Deenaar (d.182AH)
  • Abu Ishaq Al-Fazaaree (d.187AH)
  • Abd Al-Rahmaan bin Al-Qaasim (d.191AH)
  • ‘Abdullaah ibn Idrees Al-Awdee al-Kufi (d.192AH)
  • Shaqîq bin Ibrâhîm (d.194AH)
  • Abu Daawood at-Tayaalisee (d.204AH)
  • Al-Hasan bin Ziyaad Al-Lu'lu'i Al-Kufi (d.204AH)
  • Imam ash-Shāfi’ī (d.204AH)
  • Yazeed bin Haaroon (d.206AH)
  • Yahyaa bin Hassaan (d.208AH)
  • ‘Abd Al-Razzâq Al-San’ânî (d.210AH)
  • Talq ibn Ghannaam an-Nakha’ee (d.211AH)
  • Aboo ‘Aasim an-Nabeel (d.212AH)
  • Abul- Mugheerah ‘Abdul-Quddoos ibn Al-Hajjaaj (d.212AH)
  • Asad ibn Musa (d.212AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Yusuf Al-Firiyaabee (d.212AH)
  • Muhammad ibn ‘Ar’arah (d.212AH)
  • ‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Hammaad Ash-Shu’aythee (d.212AH)
  • Abdullaah bin Yazeed Al-Muqree (d.213AH)
  • Asad bin Al-Furaat bin Sinaan (d.213AH)
  • Bishr ibn Shu’ayb Al-Himsee (d.213AH)
  • Hassaan ibn Hassaan Al-Basree (d.213AH)
  • Khaalid ibn Makhlad (d.213AH)
  • Khallaad ibn Yahyaa as-Sulamee (d.213AH)
  • ‘Ubaydullaah ibn Moosaa (d.213AH)
  • Ahmad ibn Khaalid Al-Wahbee (d.214AH)
  • Makkee ibn Ibraaheem (d.214AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Saabiq (d.214AH)
  • Alee ibn Hasan ibn Shaqeeq (d.215AH)
  • Badl ibn Al- Muhabbir Al-Yarboo’ee (d.215AH)
  • Khaalid ibn Yazeed Al- Muqri (d.215AH)
  • Muhammad ibn ‘Abdullaah ibn Al-Muthannaa Al-Ansaaree (d.215AH)
  • ‘Abdullaah ibn Yoosuf at-Tinneesee (d.215AH)
  • Abul-Waleed Ahmad ibn Muhammad Al-Azraqee (d.217AH)
  • Al-Hajjaaj ibn Al-Minhaal (d.217AH)
  • Suraij ibn an- Nu’maan (d.217AH)
  • Ahmad ibn Ishkaab (d.218AH)
  • ‘Abdul A’laa ibn Mushir (d.218AH)
  • Abdullah bin Az-Zubayr Al-Humaydee (d.219AH)
  • Al-Fadl ibn Dukayn (d.219AH)
  • ‘Alee ibn ‘Ayyaash Al Alhaanee (d.219AH)
  • Aadam ibn Abee Iyaas Al-’Asqalaanee (d.220AH)
  • Affaan ibn Muslim (d.220AH)
  • ‘Abdullaah ibn Rajaa Al-Ghudaanee (d.220AH)
  • Abul-Yamaan Al-Hakam ibn Naafi’ (d.221AH)
  • ‘Adnaan ibn ‘Uthmaan Al-’Atakee (d.221AH)
  • Sadaqah ibn Al-Fadl (d.223AH)
  • Ayyoob ibn Sulaymaan ibn Bilaal (d.224AH)
  • Muhammad ibn ‘Eesaa ibn at-Tabbaa (d.224AH)
  • Qaasim ibn Sallaam (d.224AH)
  • Sa’eed ibn Abee Maryam (d.224AH)
  • Asbagh ibn Al-Faraj (d.225AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Salaam ibn Al-Farj Al-Beekandiy (d.225AH)
  • Ism’aeel bin Abee Uways (d.226AH)
  • Yahyaa ibn Yahyaa ibn Bakr Al-Muqri (d.226AH)
  • Haashim bin 'Abdul Maalik Al Baahili (d.227AH)
  • Sa’eed ibn Mansoor (d.227AH)
  • Abdullah bin Muhammad Al-Ja'fee (d.229AH)
  • ‘Abdullaah ibn Az-Zubayr Al-Mumaydee (d.229AH)
  • Ibn Sa’d (d.230AH)
  • Ahmad ibn Nasr (d.231AH)
  • Al Buwaytee (d.231AH)
  • Yahyaa ibn Ma’een (d.233AH)
  • Ali ibn Al-Madini (d.234AH)
  • Imaam Ahmad ibn Harb (d.234AH)
  • Imam an-Nasaa'ee (d.234AH)
  • Ibn Abî Shaybah (d.235AH)
  • Isḥāq Ibn Rahaawaih (d.238AH)
  • Nu'aym bin Hammaad (d.239AH)
  • Abdul Azeez bin Yahyah (d.240AH)
  • Abu Thawr Ibraaheem bin Khaalid Al-Kalbee (d.240AH)
  • Imam Ahmad (d.241AH)
  • Is-haaq ibn Mansoor al-Maraazi (d.251AH)
  • ‘Abdul-Wahhaab ibn ‘Abdil-Hakam Al-Warr (d.251AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Baschār (d.252AH)
  • Imam Darimi (d.255AH)
  • Imam al-Bukhari (d.256AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Sahnoon (d.256AH)
  • Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Haani Al-Athram (d.260AH)
  • Imâm Muslim (d.261AH)
  • Aboo Zur’ah Ar-Raazee (d.264AH)
  • Isma’eel Ibn Yahyaa Al-Muzanee (d.264AH)
  • Ibn Haani (d.265AH)
  • Saalih ibn Ahmad (d.266AH)
  • Al-Rabī’ bin Sulaymān (d.270AH)
  • Abdul Malik Al-Maymoonee (d.273AH)
  • Abu Bakr bin Athram (d.273AH)
  • Ibn Maajah Al-Qazweenee (d.273AH)
  • Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Hajjaaj Al-Marwazi (d.275AH)
  • Imam at-Tirmidhi (d.275AH)
  • Imām Abū Dāwūd as-Sijistānī (d.275AH)
  • Ibn Qutaybah (d.276AH)
  • Abu Hatim Ar-Raazi (d.277AH)
  • 'Uthmaan ibn Sa’eed ad-Daarimee (d.280AH)
  • Harb Al Kirmani (d.280AH)
  • Ibn Abî Al-Dunyâ (d.281AH)
  • Al-Haarith bin Abi Usaamah (d.282AH)
  • Ismaa'eel Al-Qaadi Al-Maqdisi (d.282AH)
  • Sahl ibn ‘Abdillāh (d.283AH)
  • Ahmad ibn Sinaan Al-Qattaan (d.285AH)
  • Ibraaheem Al-Harbee (d.285AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Wadaah Al-Marawani (d.286AH)
  • Ibn Abee Aasim Ash-Shaybaanee (d.287AH)
  • Ibn Waḍḍāḥ (d.287AH)
  • Ahmad bin Abee Khaythama (d.289AH)
  • Abdullaah bin Ahmad bin Hanbal (d.290AH)
  • Al-Maruthee (d.292AH)
  • Muhammad bin Nasr Al-Marwazî (d.294AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Yahyaa ibn Mandah (d.301AH)
  • Imam an Nisaa’ee (d.303AH)
  • Ibn Suraij (d.306AH)
  • Muhammad Ibn Khalaf Ibn Hayyaan (d.306AH)
  • Abu Ya`laa Al-Mooseeli (d.307AH)
  • Ibn al-Jaarood (d.307AH)
  • Imam Abi Zamanain (d.309AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari (d.310AH)
  • Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Haaroon Al-Khallaal (d.311AH)
  • Az-Zujaaj (d.311AH)
  • Ibn Khuzaymah (d.311AH)
  • Muhammad bin Is-Hāq as-Sirāj (d.313AH)
  • Abu `Awaanah (d.316AH)
  • Ibn Abee Dawood (d.316AH)
  • Ibn Al-Munthir (d.318AH)
  • Imam Al-Ṭahāwī (d.321AH)
  • Muhammad bin `Amr Al-Uqaili (d.322AH)
  • Abu Hasan Al-Ash'ariyy (d.324AH)
  • Abubakr Muhammad bin Jafar bin Sahl Ash-Shaamiriy (d.327AH)
  • Ibn Abee Haatim (d.327AH)
  • Ibn Abdi Rabbihi (d.328AH)
  • Imam Al-Barbahārī (d.329AH)
  • Muhammad bin `Amr Ar-Razaaz (d.329AH)
  • Ahmad bin Ziyaad (d.340AH)
  • `Uthmaan bin Ahmad (d.344AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Ya’qoob Al-Asamm (d.346AH)
  • Al-Asaal (d.349AH)
  • Abu Haatim Ibn Hibbân (d.354AH)
  • Abu Bakr al-Ājurrī (d.360AH)
  • At-Tabaraanee (d.360AH)
  • Ibn an-Nabulsi (d.363AH)
  • Ibn as-Sunni (d.364AH)
  • Ibn `Adi (d.365AH)
  • Ibn Hayyaan (d.369AH)
  • Al-Haafidh Abu Bakr Al-Ismaa’eelee (d.371AH)
  • 'Abu Ja'far Ahmad bin Awn Illaah (d.378AH)
  • Imam Ad-Dāruquṭnī (d.385AH)
  • Ibn Abi Zayd Al-Qayrawânî (d.386AH)
  • Ibn Battah Al-Ukbari (d.387AH)
  • Al-Mukhlis (d.393AH)
  • Yahya bin Manda (d.395AH)
  • Al-Harawî (d.396AH)
  • Ibn Abee Zamaneen (d.399AH)
  • Ali bin Muhammad Ibnul Husayn Al-Bustee (d.400AH)
  • Al-Haakim al-Naysābūrī (d.405AH)
  • Abu'l-Hasan Isfaraini (d.406AH)
  • Imam Al-Lâlakâ'î (d.418AH)
  • Hamzah bin Yusuf as-Sahmee (d.427AH)
  • Abu Umar at-Talamankee (d.429AH)
  • Abû Nu’aym Al-Isfahani (d.430AH)
  • Tammaam Ar-Raazi (d.440AH)
  • 'Uthmaan bin Sa'eed (d.444AH)
  • Abī Naṣr Al-Sijzī (d.444AH)
  • Imām Abu Uthmān as-Sābūnī (d.449AH)
  • Abdul-Hasan Al-Mawardi (d.450AH)
  • Abū Muḥammad ibn Ḥazm (d.456AH)
  • Imam Abu Sulayman Al-Khattabi (d.456AH)
  • Al-Qadi Abu Yala (d.458AH)
  • Imam Al-Bayhaqî (d.458AH)
  • Al-Khatîb al-Baghdadi (d.463AH)
  • Ibn Abdul-Barr (d.463AH)
  • 'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Muhammad ibn Mandah (d.470AH)
  • Abu Ishaaq Ash-Sheeraazee (d.476AH)
  • Abul Waleed Al-Baajee (d.477AH)
  • ‘Abdul-Waahid bin Muhammad Ash-Sheeraazee (d.486AH)
  • Ibn ‘Aqeel (d.488AH)
  • As-Sam'aanee (d.489AH)
  • Al-Asfahaanee (d.502AH)
  • Al-Baghawī (d.516AH)
  • Ibn Az-Zaghuni (d.527AH)
  • Imaam Al-Asbahaanee (d.535AH)
  • Ibn ul-Arabee Al-Maalikee (d.543AH)
  • Yahyaa bin Muhammad (d.560AH)
  • `Abdul-Qaadir Al-Jeelaanee (d.561AH)
  • Ibn ‘Aasakir (d.571AH)
  • `Abd Al-Haqq Al-Ishbeeli (d.581AH)
  • Abū Bakr ibn Masʿūd Al-Kāsānī (d.587AH)
  • Al-Qādhī ‘Iyādh (d.591AH)
  • Ibn al-Jawzee (d.597AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Ghanī Al-Maqdisī (d.600AH)
  • Az-Zarnoojee (d.602AH)
  • Majd Ad-Deen Ibn Al-Atheer (d.606AH)
  • Imaam Ibn Qudāmah Al-Maqdisee (d.620AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Kareem ibn Muhammad Al-Raafi'ee Al-Qazweeni (d.623AH)
  • Ibn ul-Atheer  Al-Jazaree (d.630AH)
  • Diyaa Ud-Deen Al-Maqdisee (d.643AH)
  • Ibn as-Ṣalāh (d.643AH)
  • Shaykh 'Abu Amr bin As-Saalih (d.643AH)
  • Al-Hafiz Al-Mundhiri (d.656AH)
  • Al-Izz bin Abdis Salaam (d.660AH)
  • Abu Shaamah al-Maqdisi (d.665AH)
  • Al-Qurṭbī (d.671AH)
  • Al-Muhib at-Tabari (d.674AH)
  • Al-Imām Al-Nawawī (d.676AH)
  • Zaynab bint 'Umar bin Al-Kindee (d.699AH)
  • Imaam ibn Da-Qeeq Al Eed (d.701AH)
  • Ibn Manzoor al-Afreeqi (d.711AH)
  • Majd Ad-Din ibn Taymiyyah (d.720AH)
  • Muhammad ibn `Ali Al-Ansari Al-Zamalkani Al-Dimashqi (d.727AH)
  • Sharafudeen Ibn Taymiyyah (d.727AH)
  • Ibn Taymiyyah (d.728AH)
  • Ibn Jama’a Al Kinanee (d.733AH)
  • Taj-uddeen Faakihanee (d.734AH)
  • Imaam ibn Haaj (d.737AH)
  • Al-Mizzī (d.742AH)
  • Ibn Abdul-Haadi (d.744AH)
  • Imām Dhahābī (d.748AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Halim ibn Taymiyyah (d.749AH)
  • ‘Umar bin ‘Alee Al-Bazzaar (d.749AH)
  • Ibn Qayyim (d.751AH)
  • Sadr-ud-Deen Al-Maydoomee (d.754AH)
  • Al-Subkī (d.756AH)
  • Ibn Al-Mulook (d.756AH)
  • Al-’Alaa’ee (d.761AH)
  • Zayla'i (d.762AH)
  • Ibn Muflih (d.763AH)
  • As-Safadee (d.764AH)
  • ‘Afeef-ud-Deen Al-Khazrajee (d.765AH)
  • ‘Izz-ud-Deen bin Jamaa’ah (d.767AH)
  • Ibn an-Naqeeb (d.769AH)
  • Ibn Qaadee Al-Jabal (d.771AH)
  • Kamal Uddeen Muhammad bin Ali bin Abdulwahid bin Az-Zamalakaani (d.771AH)
  • Ahmad ibn 'Abd Ar-Rahman ibn Al-Hasan (d.774AH)
  • Ibn Katheer (d.774AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Qaadir Al-Qurashi (d.775AH)
  • Khalil ibn Ishaq Al-Jundi (d.776AH)
  • 'Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad 'Ali Al-Kinani Al-Asqalani (d.777AH)
  • Imam Abu Ishaq Al-Shātibī (d.790AH)
  • Ibn Abil-'Izz Al-Hanafee (d.792AH)
  • Muḥammad ibn ‘Abdillāh Az-Zarkashī Al-Miṣrī Al-Ḥanbalī (d.794AH)
  • Ibn Rajab (d.795AH)
  • Ibn Al-Lihaam Al-Ba’alee Ad-Dimashqee (d.803AH)
  • Ibn Al-Mulaqqin (d.804AH)
  • Al-Hafith Al-Iraqi (d.806AH)
  • Ibn Khaldun (d.806AH)
  • Ibn Nuhas (d.814AH)
  • Al-Fayrooz-Abaadee (d.817AH)
  • Ibnul Wazeer (d.840AH)
  • Al-Barzali (d.841AH)
  • Ibn Ar-Risaam (d.844AH)
  • Al-Maqrizi (d.845AH)
  • ‘Abdur-Rahmaan bin Muhammad Al-Misree Az-Zarkashee (d.846AH)
  • Ibn Hajr al-‘Asqalānī (d.852AH)
  • 'Alaa-ud-Deen Al-Mardaawee (d.855AH)
  • Badr Ad-Dīn Al-‘Aynī (d.855AH)
  • Jalal Al-Din Al-Mahalli (d.864AH)
  • Ibn Al-Humaam (d.869AH)
  • Ibn Al-Mufleh (d.884AH)
  • Al-Hâfidh Al-Sakhâwî (d.902AH)
  • Imām as-Suyūṭī (d.911AH)
  • Al-Hajaawee (d.968AH)
  • Ibn Nujaim Al-Misri (d.970AH)
  • Sha`raani (d.973AH)
  • Ibn Ḥajar Al-Makkī Al-Haytamī (d.974AH)
  • Mulla ‘Alee Al-Qaaree (d.1014AH)
  • 'Abdur-Ra'oof al-Munaawee (d.1031AH)
  • Shaykh Abd Al-Ra'uf Al-Manaawi (d.1031AH)
  • Muhammad Ali Ulaan Al-Bakree as-Siddeeqee (d.1057AH)
  • Imam al-Bayquni (d.1080AH)
  • Zurqaani (d.1122AH)
  • Abul Hasan Nurud-Din Muhammad ibn Abdil Haadi as Sindi (d.1138AH)
  • Muhammad Hayaat bin Ibraaheem as-Sindee (d.1163AH)
  • Wali-ullaah Dehlawi (d.1176AH)
  • Amir as-Sanani (d.1182AH)
  • as-Safaarini (d.1188AH)
  • Ibn `Aabideen (d.1203AH)
  • Shaykh ul Islām Muḥammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab (d.1206AH)
  • Shaikh Sulaimaan bin Abdullaah Aal Ash-Shaikh (d.1233AH)
  • Imam Ash-Shawkanee (d.1250AH)
  • Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Hasan Aalush-Shaykh (d.1285AH)
  • 'Abdullāh ibn’ Abdur-Rahmān Abu Batīn (d.1286AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Hayy Lucknowi (d.1304AH)
  • Siddeeq Hasan Khaan Al-Qinnawjee (d.1307AH)
  • Shaykh Nadheer Hussein (d.1320AH)
  • Mahmood Shukri al-Aaloosi (d.1342AH)
  • Sa'ad bin Hamad Al-Atiq (d.1349AH)
  • Shamsul Haqq Adheem Al-Abaadee (d.1349AH)
  • Sulaymaan ibn Sahmaan (d.1349AH)
  • Abdur-Rahmaan Al-Mubaarakfuree (d.1352AH)
  • Shaykh Thanaa Ullah Al-Amritsari (d.1367AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Muqbil Aal Muqbil (d.1368AH)
  • 'Abdur-Rahmaan Al-Kuraydees (d.1373AH)
  • Imām Saʿdī (d.1376AH)
  • Ahmad Shaakir (d.1377AH)
  • Hafidh Al-Hakami (d.1377AH)
  • Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan Al-Ifreeqee (d.1377AH)
  • Muhammad Haamid Al-Faqeeh (d.1378AH)
  • Abdur-Rahman Al-Mu’allimî Al-Yamânî (d.1386AH)
  • Abdullah ibn Muhammed ibn Hamad Al Qar'awee (d.1389AH)
  • Muhibb-uddeen Al-Khateeb (d.1389AH)
  • Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim ibn `Abdul-Latif Al Al-Shaykh (d.1389AH)
  • Al-‘Allāmah ‘Abdur Raḥmān ibn Qāsim Al-‘Āṣimī an-Najdī Al-Ḥanbalī (d.1392AH)
  • Abdul-Haq Al-Haashimee (d.1393AH)
  • Imam Muhammad Al-Ameen Ash-Shinqeetee (d.1393AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Saalih Al-Khuzaym (d.1394AH)
  • Muhammad Khaleel Haraas (d.1395AH)
  • Shaykh  ‘Abdullaah bin Muhammad bin Humaid (d.1402AH)
  • Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (d.1408AH)
  • Muḥammad Taqī Al-Dīn Al-Hilālī (d.1408AH)
  • Shaykh Muhammad ‘Attaallaah Haneef (d.1408AH)
  • 'Abdul-'Azeez as-Subayyal (d.1412AH)
  • Shaikh Hamood bin 'Abdillaah at-Tuwaijiree (d.1413AH)
  • Ubaidallah Al-Mubaarakfuree (d.1414AH)
  • Shaykh Abdul Razzaq Al Afeefee (d.1415AH)
  • Badee’ud-Deen as-Sindee (d.1416AH)
  • Shaykh Muḥammad Amān Al-Jāmī (d.1416AH)
  • Shaykh Hammaad al-Ansaaree (d.1418AH)
  • Shaykh Umar bin Muhammad Al-Fulaanee (d.1419AH)
  • Al-‘Allāmah Muḥammad Nāṣir ad-Dīn al Al-Albaanee (d.1420AH)
  • Muhammad bin 'Abdillaah as-Sumaalee (d.1420AH)
  • Shaykh Muḥammad ‘Atiyyah Sālim (d.1420AH)
  • Shaykh ibn Bāz (d.1420AH)
  • Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ṣāliḥ ibn Uthaymīn (d.1421AH)
  • Imaam Muqbil bin Hādī al-Wādi’ī (d.1422AH)
  • Sheikh ‘Abdullah bin ‘Abdur Rahman Al-Bassaam (d.1423AH)
  • Ibn Barjas (d.1425AH)
  • Shaykh Ibrahim ibn Muhammad Al Al-Shaykh (d.1428AH)
  • Shaykh Ahmad ibn Yaḥyā an-Najmy (d.1429AH)
  • Shaykh Bakr ibn `Abdullah Abu Zayd (d.1429AH)
  • Muhammad Ibn Abdulwahhab Marzooq Al-Banna (d.1430AH)
  • Shaykh ‘Abdullaah ibn Ghudayaan (d.1431AH)
  • Shaykh ‘Abdur Rahmaan Al-‘Adani (d.1434AH)
  • Shaykh Zayd Al-Madkhalī (d.1435AH)

Morals Of The Believing Men And Women

Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Bāz [رحمه الله] said:

“These are some of the morals and characteristics of the believing men and women. They help, protect, and support one another. They do not envy, cheat, betray, insult, or call each other by offensive nicknames. They do not slander or do anything that may hurt or cause feuds, enmity, and division; instead they love and advise and exhort one another to do good for the sake of Allaah. They, therefore, enjoin the good and forbid the evil amongst them. Such is the behavior of the believing men and women.

With these manners societies prosper and affairs are straightened. In addition to this, the believers perform Salaah [Prayer] as prescribed by Allaah, in a state of tranquillity, Khushu’ [the heart being attuned to the act of worship], and devotion; in its due times; and fulfilling its conditions, pillars, and obligations. They perform it as Allaah has prescribed, each in its due time.”

[Fatwas of Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Bāz, (4/108) | Translated By Alifta. com]

Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Bāz [رحمه الله] said:

“From the Bid'ahs which have been introduced into the religion by people is the Bid'ah of celebrating the Mid-Sha'ban night and fasting on its day. There is no reliable evidence for such actions.”

[Fatwas of Ibn Bāz, (1/186-187) | Alifta]

Putting one’s trust in Allah involves two things :

(1) Depending on Allah and believing that He is the One Who causes measures to be effective; His decree comes to pass; He has decreed all things, counted them out and ordained them, may He be glorified and exalted.

(2) Taking appropriate measures; putting one’s trust in Allah does not mean refraining from taking measures; rather part of putting one’s trust in Allah is taking appropriate measures and striving to do so. The one who refrains from doing so has gone against the laws and decree of Allah. Allah has commanded us to take appropriate measures and He encourages us to do so; He commanded His Messenger (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) to do that.

Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Baaz (may Allah have mercy on him).
— Fataawa Noor ‘ala ad-Darb, 1/364

When you stand before Allah, acknowledge your presence before The Lord of the Worlds; before Al Wahidul Qahaar, Al Azeez Al Jabbar. Stand actively. Reflect over every word. Stand with a fearful and present heart. Ask for His mercy and Jannah when the verses of reward come. Ask for His forgiveness and refuge when the verses of punishment come. May Allah make our Salah like that of Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم.

Quran (12:30)

{وَقَالَ نِسْوَةٌ فِي الْمَدِينَةِ امْرَأَتُ الْعَزِيزِ تُرَاوِدُ فَتَاهَا عَن نَّفْسِهِ ۖ قَدْ شَغَفَهَا حُبًّا ۖ إِنَّا لَنَرَاهَا فِي ضَلَالٍ مُّبِينٍ} ﴿٣٠﴾ سورة يوسف

And women in the city said, “The wife of al-‘Azeez is seeking to seduce her slave boy; he has impassioned her with love. Indeed, we see her [to be] in clear error.”

50 Duas For Arafah!

1. Ya Allah Al Wali - The Protecting Friend, protect us from hearts that are not humble, tongues that are not wise, and eyes that have forgotten how to cry.
2. Ya Allah make me and my family from amongst the sabiqoon you mention of in Surah Al Waqi'ah. Let the light of our eeman emanate from our chest and from our right hand side.
3. Ya Allah, Grant me and my loved ones a blessed death. Let me utter the shahada before I die. Grant me the intercession of Prophet ṣallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him). Ya Raheem make my last moments the best moments of my life. Let me die a shaheed in madina with my head in sujood and with my eyes shedding tears because of the love I have for you.
4. Ya Allah grant me the companionship of Prophet ṣallallāhu 'alayhi wa sallam (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him), his family and the Sahaba’s in Jannathul Firdous al 'aala.
5. Ya Allah save my non Muslim friends from the Fire. Guide them to Islam and righteous in the most beautiful of ways.
6. Ya Allah, reunite me in Jannathul Firdous with those whom I love for Your sake alone. Please make me a means of protecting and transferring my friends from hellfire into jannah because the love I have for them and because I will miss them in Jannah and would want the same for them.
7. Ya Rabb, perfect my Deen and my Worship. Save me from Faahisha and let me complete half of my Deen with someone whose heart is attached to you.
8. Ya Allah accept my good deeds and increase me in reward and Your Mercy. Wipe away my sins and pardon me completely. Shower your Mercy upon me and save me from disgrace on the Day of Reckoning.
9. Ya Allah, when I die, let my soul and my record of Deeds be with the Illiyeen. Grant me and my loved ones shade under your throne when there will be no shade but yours.
10. Ya Allah grant me, my parents, family and children guidance, steadfastness and increase in Imaan and taqwa. Keep me and my loved ones miles away from major and minor sins and from everything that earns your displeasure.
11. Ya Allah, make me of the few You love, You Pardon and You shade on a Day when there is no shade but from Your Majestic Arsh (Throne).
12. Oh my Lord, increase me in Yakeen and Tawakkul in you. Let there be no doubt in my belief in Your Oneness, Your Majesty and Power.
13. Ya Allah increase me in my love for You and Your Prophet ṣallallāhu 'alayhi wa sallam (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him).
14. Ya Allah forgive me and increase me in Your Blessings and Provisions.
15. Ya Allah lead me to more opportunities to do good and seeking Your Pleasure. Help me expand my dawah with sincerity and ikhlas.
16. Ya Rabb, Purify my intentions for Your Sake alone and let me not show off or take false pride. Save me from arrogance, pride, showing off and reminding of favors.
17. Oh my Creator and Sustainer, do not leave me alone. Bless me with a righteous spouse and children who will be the coolness of my eyes. And please help every brother and sisters who is aiming towards the same goal. Bless us with spouses who will guide us towards your pleasure and with whom we will spend an eternity and more in Jannatul firdous al'aala.
18. Oh my Lord, make me of those who are patient and obedient to You and to my parents.
19. Save me from the Fitnah of Dajjal. And please save me from becoming a fitna for others. Save me from being the source of trail for others.
20. Save me and my loved ones from the punishment of the grave and the punishment of the Hell Fire.
21. Ya Allah, increase me in Sadaqa -e - Jariya. May the legacy of my good deeds be never-ending.
22. Ya Allah, bless me with good health, so I can make sajdah with ease till my final breath.
23. Ya Allah, protect me and the Muslim Ummah against wicked oppressors. Save us from Fitnah and give us ease in our times of trial. Ya Allah unite our Ummah.
24. My Lord, bless me with the best in this world, the best in the Hereafter and save me from the fire. I am indeed in need of the good You have in store for me.
25. Ya Allah increase me in gratitude towards You alone.
26. Oh my Rabb, save me from hypocrisy. Save me from cheating others, save me from giving people false promises and hopes, save me from bad language and save me from destroying someone’s trust in me when they entrust something.
27. Ya Allah, let me and my spouse be among the pilgrims to perform Hajj in 2017
28. Ya Allah protect me against Evil Jinns and Spirits. Safeguard me from their evil incitements and plots. Save me from every evil that you have created
29. Ya Allah forgive and have Mercy upon my parents, as they looked after me when I was young. Ya Allah Al Mannan make my parents proud of me in this world and in the hereafter.
30. Ya Allah, I pray and beg of you for the guidance of the Muslim Youth and Ummah. Save us all from Kufr, Despair, Misdeeds, bidah and Shirk. Keep us away from confusion of different sects and keep us on siratul mustaqeem.
31. Ya Allah grant me the strength to battle laziness and sleep, so I may wake up for Tahajjud and Fajr daily.
32. Ya Allah grant me Ultimate Success -safety from the Fire and entry into Jannathul Firdous al alaa.
33. Ya Ghafoor make me from amongst the True slaves of Ar Rahman you mention in Surat Al Furqan who are protected from Hell fire.
34. Ya Allah help single mothers and sisters who have lost their husbands and guardians. Be their Wali and ease their hardships. Provide them with finance and help them take care of those under them.
35. Ya Allah Al Shafi cure everyone who is suffering from chronic diseases and those suffering from Cancer.
36. Ya Allah keep us away from people who want to cause us harm. Ya Allah make my enemeies my friends and make my friends my best friends. Surround me with people who remind me of your and about the akhirah.
37. Ya Allah help me become a hafidh and let me marry a hafidha of Qur'an and give tawfeeq for my entire progeny to be huffadh of Qur'an. Those who have Qur'an in their hearts and on their tongues. Men and women from my progeny who will be walking Qur'ans like our beloved Prophet ṣallallāhu 'alayhi wa sallam (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him).
38. Ya Allah make me from amongst the best. Those who learn Qur'an and teach Qur'an.
39. Ya Allah, please grant my parents strength, health and happiness. Please make me a light in their life, make me a source of laughter and smile, just as they have been for me. Guide them to the straight path, and keep them away from worries and grief.
40. Ya Allah uplift the men of our Ummah. Make them men of true honour and deen. Make them our protectors and those who help us and guide us. Keep us away from men and hypocrites who might destroy us, our peace of mind and our eeman.
41. Ya Allah allow us intercession of Qur'an. Ya Allah let Surah Baraqah and Al Imran come as clouds over us on the day of judgment.
42. Ya Allah always keep us financially secure and content with what we have. Keep us away from arrogance and worldly competition.
43. Ya Allah make Qur'an the light of my heart and the dispeller of my worries. Help me Increase my khushoo in Salaah.
44. Ya Fattah grant me wisdom and awareness, keep me away from foolishness and pretension, grant me a share in every blessing You send down, by Your generosity, O the most Generous.
45. Ya Allah strengthen me in carrying out Your commands, let me taste the sweetness of Your remembrance, grant me, through Your graciousness, that I give thanks to You. Protect me, with Your protection.Place me among Your righteous and obedient servants, and place me among Your close friends, by Your kindness.
46. Ya Rabbi let me have mercy on the orphans, and feed [the hungry], and spread peace, and keep company with the noble-minded. Make me, among those who rely on you.
47. Ya Allah make me patient over events that are decreed, grant me the ability to be pious, and keep company with the good, open for me the doors of the heavens, and lock the doors of Hell from me, help me to recite the Qur'an fluently and please send down tranquility upon my heart.
48. Ya Hayyum Ya Qayyum do not raise me blind on the day of judgement, let me have the honor of seeing your face and let me meet you with Qalbun Saleem.
48. Ya Allah Al Azeez keep shaytan miles away from me and my loved ones. Help me be sincere, strong, truthful. Do not let me be oppressed and do not make me an oppressor.
49. Ya Wakeel I entrust my affairs in your hands do not leave me incharge of my affairs even for a blink of an eye, please rectify for me all of my affairs. Purify my heart and clear the dark spots on sin. Bless my heart with your Noor.
50. Ya Allah to you we belong and you is our return. Have mercy on us and forgive us and guide us towards things that lead to your pleasure and keep us miles away from things that lead to your displeasure. Please accept all our duas and protect us from hardships.
Ameen ya rabbul alameen.
This is my small dua collection. Please feel free to tweak it the way you want. Add duas to this list or delete duas from this list. We cannot make enough dua during Arafah.
Please make sure you sit down before breaking fast and make dua atleast for half an hour.
May Allah accept all your duas and give you all more than you deserve.

Love Allah!

If the heart loves Allaah alone and is sincerely devoted to Him, it will not even think of loving anyone else in the first place, let alone falling in love. When a heart falls in love, that is due to the lack of love for Allaah alone. Hence because Yoosuf loved Allaah and was sincerely devoted to Him, he did not fall into the trap of love, rather Allaah says

“Thus it was, that We might turn away from him evil and illegal sexual intercourse. Surely, he was one of Our chosen, (guided) slaves”
[Yoosuf 12:24]

As for the wife of al-‘Azeez, she was a mushrik as were her people, hence she fell into this trap. 

Reference

Ibn Taymiyyah 
Majmoo’ al-Fataawa (10/135)

anonymous asked:

As salamu aleykuma. Do we have to side with ISIS or condem them when we are salafi?

Walaykumasalaam wa rahmatullaah wa barakaatuh brother/sister,

We pray this message finds you in good emaan In shaa’ Allaah!

To be absolutely clear, as Salafis (those who follow the way of the Salaf) we condemn ISIS as a deviant, evil, terrorist organization that has nothing to do with the way of the Salaf nor those who adhere to the methodology [manhaj] of our beloved Pious Predecessors [Salaf-us-Saalih]. They have caused and continue to cause widespread corruption, the loss of innocent life, and other treacherous activities all falsely in the name of Islaam.

For more information on the position of the people of knowledge/Salafi scholars on ISIS, please see below:

*Shaykh Ubayd ibn Abdillah Al Jaabiree: Former Professor at the Islamic University of Madeenah. Presently teaching lessons in Masjid Al Haram in Makkah.

*Shaykh Muhammad bin Hādī Al-Madkhalī: Currently Professor, Faculty of Hadeeth, Islamic University of Madeenah. Teacher at the Prophet’s Masjid, Madeenah.

*Shaykh Saalih Al Suhaymee: Former President of the ‘Aqeedah section in the Islamic University of Madeenah, Presently teaches at the Prophet’s Masjid in Madeenah.

*Shaykh Muhammad bin Ramzān Al-Hājirī: The Shaykh holds a Master’s Degree in Islamic Jurisprudence from Imam ibn Saud University and studied under the likes of Shaykh ‘Abd al Azeez ibn Baaz (12 years), Shaykh Saalih Al Uthaymeen, Shaykh Muhammad Amaan Al Jaami, Shaykh Rabee Al Madkhalee, Shaykh Saalih Al Atram, Shaykh Hammad Al Ansari and others.

*Shaykh Dr. Abdullāh al-Bukhārī: He is Assistant Professor of Hadeeth and Islamic Studies at the Islamic University of Madeenah.

We hope this will suffice in answering your question bi’ithnilaah ta’aala.

Sh. ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Bāz [رحمه الله] said:

❝People have been accustomed to say: ‘Sadaqa Allah-ul-`Azhim’ when they finish reciting the Qur'an, but this act is baseless and it should not be taken as a custom. According to the principles of Shari'ah [Islamic law], it is a form of Bid'ah.❞

[Fatwas of Ibn Baz, (24/410) | Alifta]

Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

“Jihad is of various kinds, with one’s self, one’s wealth, by making du’aa’, by teaching and guiding, by helping to do good in any way. The greatest form of jihad is jihad with one’s self (i.e., going oneself and fighting), followed by jihad with one’s wealth, jihad by speaking out and guiding others. Da’wah is also part of jihad.  But going out oneself to fight in jihad is the highest form.

(Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn Baaz, 7/334, 335)

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Question:
Who are the Khawaarij? Are they disbelievers or Muslims?

Answer:
The Khawaarij are a (misguided) group that have extreme views. They are diligent in religious matters; they have diligence with regards to prayer, reading and other than that. However, they have extreme views: they declare sinful Muslims to be disbelievers (i.e. takfir).

Due to the extremity of their (fanatical) immoderation, they view that whoever has fornicated has disbelieved, whoever has drunk alcohol has disbelieved, and whoever has been undutiful to his parents has disbelieved.

They declare sinful Muslims to be disbelievers on account of sins. The Prophet ﷺ said regarding them:

“A set of people ‘maariqa’ (will emerge in latter times) when the Muslims are split-up, one of you would belittle his prayer in comparison to their prayer and his recitation of Quran in comparison to their recitation of Quran. They pass through and exit Islam and do not return to it”.

These people they are the Khawaarij. They have a trait of obstinacy.

If they were to read the Quran, their recitation would impress you. If they were to pray, their prayer would impress you. However, they have extremism when it comes to declaring people disbelievers (apostates). They view that whoever has fornicated has disbelieved, and whoever has stolen has disbelieved, whoever has drunk alcohol has disbelieved and for this reason the Prophet ﷺ said regarding them:

“They pass through and exit Islam like the piercing of an arrow through its target. If I were to come into proximity of them, I would most certainly kill them as the people of A’ad were killed. Wherever you (Muslim rulers) come across them, kill them, for certainly there is a reward for the one who kills them”.

The majority (of the fuqahaa) hold the view that they (the Khawaarij) are sinners, innovators in the religion, and are astray. However, they do not declare them to be disbelievers, but the correct view is that they (the Khawaarij) are disbelievers due to this.

His statement ﷺ:

“They pass through and exit from Islam and do not return to it”

is proof that they are disbelievers. (Also)

“If I were to come into proximity of them, I would most certainly kill them as the people of ‘Aad were killed”.

The people of ‘Aad are (the) disbelievers (who rejected Prophet Hud ﷺ). The correct view and that which is apparent from the proofs is that they are – by way of this trait of obstinacy and declaring the Muslims to be disbelievers abiding in the hellfire for eternity, disbelievers by this; because they view a sinful Muslim to be a disbeliever abiding in the hellfire forever.

This (creed) is far astray – Allah’s refuge is sought – leading the one who believes this to exit from the fold of Islam – we seek refuge in Allah (from this).

We ask Allah for pardon and wellbeing.

– Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Aziz ibn Baz (rahimahullaah)

[Translated by: ‘Abd ar-Rahman Hugh]

DAILY DUA

رَبَّنَا لَا تَجْعَلْنَا فِتْنَةً لِّلَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا وَاغْفِرْ لَنَا رَبَّنَا إِنَّكَ أَنتَ الْعَزِيزُ الْحَكِيمُ

Translation

“Our Lord! Make us not a trial for the disbelievers, and forgive us, Our Lord! Verily, You, only You are the All-Mighty, All-Wise.”

Transliteration

rabbanaa laa taj‛alnaa fitnatan lil-ladheena kafaroo waghfir lanaa rabbanaa innaka ant-al-‛azeez-ul-ḥakeem

Sources: Surah Al-Mumtaḥinah (60:5)

The Morals of the Believing Men and Women

Morals Of The Believing Men And Women

Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Bāz [رحمه الله] said:

“These are some of the morals and characteristics of the believing men and women. They help, protect, and support one another. They do not envy, cheat, betray, insult, or call each other by offensive nicknames. They do not slander or do anything that may hurt or cause feuds, enmity, and division; instead they love and advise and exhort one another to do good for the sake of Allaah. They, therefore, enjoin the good and forbid the evil amongst them. Such is the behavior of the believing men and women.

With these manners societies prosper and affairs are straightened. In addition to this, the believers perform Salaah [Prayer] as prescribed by Allaah, in a state of tranquillity, Khushu’ [the heart being attuned to the act of worship], and devotion; in its due times; and fulfilling its conditions, pillars, and obligations. They perform it as Allaah has prescribed, each in its due time.”

[Fatwas of Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Bāz, (4/108) | Translated By Alifta (dot) com]