Posts Tagged ‘sunna’

Alleged Origin of Tashahhud

The following question was answered by Shaykh Shahinur Rahman from England based on a narration being circulated via social media in recent times.

Question:

Did Tashahhud really originate on the night of Miʿrāj during a conversation between Allāh ﷻ, the Prophet ﷺ and Jibrīl?

Answer:

The alleged incident…

18 Jan 1:30 PM 4 Read More...

The Muḥaddith’s Etiquette – by Imām al-Dhahabī (d. 748 AH)

The Muḥaddith’s Etiquette 
Imām Muḥammad Ibn Aḥmad al-Dhahabī ؒ 
It is an imperative that the student of knowledge correct his intention: whoever studies Ḥadīth to compete, boast, [publicly] narrate,[1] to find employment or to be applauded on his knowledge, is a failure; and…

09 Jan 1:15 PM 0 Read More...

The Qur’an and the Orientalists

The following is a work by the late Dr. Mohar Ali entitled: “The Qur’an and the Orientalists: An Examination of their Main Theories and Assumptions.”
The author has met the orientalists on their own grounds. He has taken up their arguments and assumptions one by one, dealing with each…

24 Dec 1:00 PM 0 Read More...

A Brief Salah Manual: with some evidences and diagrams

The following is a small booklet on how to perform prayer with brief evidences accompanied by diagrams.  It also illustrates the difference in Salah between males and females as proven from some narrations.  It is a useful primer for children, new Muslims or as a refresher for adults also.  It…

26 Oct 1:00 PM 0 Read More...

Laymen asking Scholars for Proof

Introduction

The religion of Islām has been made easy in terms of it’s practicality, we find this is true due to the fact that the relinquishing of its duties is within our capabilities whilst still getting along with our daily chores whether they are work, study, running a…

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