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fasting is for Allaah

Every Action of the Children of Adam Is for Him Apart from Fasting

Shaykh Salih ibn Fawzan al-Fawzan: All praise belongs to Allaah (Subhanahu ta'ala). This is a great hadith, confirmed on the authority of the Messenger (Sallallaahu alayhi wassallam) who narrates from his Lord who said, "Every deed of the son of Adam is for him except fasting; that is certainly for Me and I shall reward for it." 1 In this hadith is the virtue of fasting and its merit over all other actions, and that indeed Allaah (Subhanahu ta'ala) specified it for Himself above the other actions of the servant. And the people of knowledge responded regarding His (Subhanahu ta'ala) statement:  "Fasting is for Me and I will reward for it…" with Read more ...
speech

Examine the Speech of Every Person You Hear Today

Imam al-Barbahari, may Allaah have mercy upon him said; "Examine! May Allaah have mercy upon you, the speech of every person that you hear, practically in your day and age. Do not act in haste and do not enter into anything from it until you ask and see – Did any of the companions of the Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) speak concerning it or any of the scholars? For if you find a narration from them concerning it then hold tightly onto it and do not exchange it for anything nor give anything precedence over it and consequently fall into the Hell-Fire." The Explanation: Do not be hasty in (holding to be correct) that which you hear from the people, Read more ...
Divorce in Islam

Wisdom behind legislation of Divorce in Islam

The great noble Scholar, Shaikh Salih al-Fawzan stated under the chapter heading, "Kitab at-Talaq" (The Book of Divorce): Separation of marriage is of types: there is separation by way of Khula' (dissolution of the marriage); there is is separation by way of talaq (divorce); separation by way of death of a spouse; separation due to the apostasy of a spouse. So the types of separation of many. Much has been authored in explanation of each of the categories. Talaq (divorce) linguistically refers to the untying of something that is tied. In the Sharee'ah it refers the untying of the knot of marriage completely or partially. Divorce in Islam is from the Read more ...