Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Raheem #Answer_to_a_Question: The #Muqalid Mutabi’ To: Imam Annawawy ============ #Question: Assalamu Alaikum… may Allah protect you my Ameer and brother, I pray that you will find the time to answer this question. I read in your book, Taysir Al-Wusul Ila Al-Usul (p. 273), that: “The question that is raised is: For the imitator, if he imitates a particular issue, may he return to … Continue reading The Muqalid Mutabi’
Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Raheem Answer to Question: Does #Riba Only Takes Place in the Six #Categories? To: Alaa Al-Maqtari (Translated) ================ #Question: Assalamu Alaikum, A question received from one of the brothers named Mohsen al-Jadabi – Sana’a. The Prophet (saw) said: «أي قرض جر منفعة فهو ربا» “Every loan which entails a benefit is usury”. The Ahadith defined that Riba takes place in gold and silver … Continue reading Does Riba Only Takes Place in the Six Categories?
Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Raheem Answer to Question: The Islamic Ruling on #Bitcoin (Translated) ============= #Question by: SchukranJaan Bismillah Ar-Rahaman Ar-Rahim, Dear honourable Sheikh. We hope this finds you in the best health. We greet you with the warmest and noblest of all greetings: Assalam Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakatuhu. A brother and I were talking about the Hukm regarding the buying and selling of cryptocurrencies … Continue reading Islamic Ruling on Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin
The following is the translation of an answer by Ustadh Abu Khaled al-Hejazi, please refer to the Arabic original for exact meanings. Question What is the rule on receiving ‘cashback’ from electronic wallets or payment wallets? Many of the electronic wallets give a cashback of 5% and sometimes even more upon using their wallets to make payments such as the electricity bill and so on, … Continue reading What is the rule on receiving ‘cashback’ from electronic wallets or payment wallets?
The following is the translation of an Ijtihad by Ustadh Abu Khaled al-Hejazi, please refer to the Arabic original for exact meanings. Today, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are proposed as alternate currency models compared to the traditional currencies such as the Dollar, Riyal and euro, albeit there are some fundamental differences between the two and the most important being that cryptocurrencies are a digital currency … Continue reading The reality of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and the shari’ah rule regarding them
Question: Assalamu Alaikum, … and what is its ruling on praying in her house? Should she cover her feet since covering the ‘Awrah is one of the conditions of prayer? From Muhamad Awesat Answer: Wa Alaikum Assalam wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh, The following came in Answer to the question that you refer to: The feet are ‘Awrah so the woman must cover them, and the … Continue reading Q&A: Women Covering their Feet During Salah
إِنَّمَا يَخْشَى اللَّـهَ مِنْ عِبَادِهِ الْعُلَمَاءُ إِنَّ اللَّـهَ عَزِيزٌ غَفُورٌ “Only those of His slaves with knowledge (Ulema) have fear of Allah. Allah is Almighty, Ever-Forgiving.” (Al-Faatir: 28) Regarding: “Only those of His slaves with knowledge (Ulema) have fear of Allah.” Ibn Kathir stated that, “The more the knowledge of Allah and His سبحانه وتعالى power is complete, the more He سبحانه وتعالى will be … Continue reading Role of the Scholars in Revival
Today Examining Muslims today shows that the Muslims acquire Islam through three principle methods The Scholastic, or Academic, Method This method emphasizes delivering Islam as a curriculum in a scholastic format in which information, and not concepts and thoughts, is the substance. The student-teacher relationship is the approach of this method, and giving instructions constitutes its style. If the student graduates, he will resemble a book … Continue reading How Muslims Study Islam
This is from the draft translation of الجامع لأحكام الصيام ‘Al-Jami li Ahkam as-Siyam’ (A complete guide of the rules of fasting) by Sheikh Abu Iyas Mahmoud bin Abdul Latif al-Uweida, please note this is a draft translation so please overlook errors. As-Suhoor: The merits of As-Suhoor (pre-dawn food): The following Ahaadeeth have been reported in relation to the merits of Suhoor: 1) Anas bin … Continue reading Book of Fasting: As-Suhoor (pre-dawn meal)
Salaat-ut-Taraaweeh has been named with this name because the worshippers take a break after each four Rak’ah so they take a Tarweehah (break) and the plural is Taraaweeh. This Salaah is a form of Qiyaam-ul-Layl (night prayer) except it has been specified in the month of Ramadhaan so it represents Qiyaam-ul-Layl in Ramadhaan. The Hukm (ruling) for this prayer is that it is Mandoob and … Continue reading Salaat-ut-Taraaweeh & Its Number