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upbringing daughters

The Upbringing of Three Daughters

The Question: The Messenger of Allaah (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) said: "Whoever had three daughters and was patient with them, gave them drink and clothed them then they will be a screen for him from the Fire." Will this screen from the Fire be just for their father alone or does the mother have a share in this? I have -all praise be to Allaah – three daughters. The Answer: The hadeeth is general for the father and the mother due to the Messenger’s saying: "Whoever has two daughters and is good to them then they will be a covering for him from the Fire." Likewise if he had sisters, aunts or similar to them and he is good to them then indeed Read more ...
call to tawheed

Prophet Yusuf (alayhis salaam) and his call to Tawheed

Prophet Yusuf (alayhis salaam) The noble one, son of the noble one, son of the noble one. About whom Allaah sent down a long Surah relating his noble life to us, and its stages, from his childhood to his death, and how his circumstances changed, and the difficulties that he faced, and how he faced everything with the Strength of Prophethood and his patient perseverance, wisdom and mildness. [As indicated in the hadeeth of Ibn 'Umar, radhiallaahu 'anhumaa, from the Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) that he said, "The noble one, son of the noble one, son of the noble one: Yusuf the son of Ya'qoob, the son of Ishaaq, the son of Ibrahim, 'alayhis-salaam." Read more ...
Salafi Manhaj

What is Salafi Manhaj?

The Salafi Manhaj - Our Da'wah, Our Call 1.  We call, first and foremost, to the worship of Allaah alone, without associating partners with Him. This was the starting point of the call of the Messengers (alayhumus salaam), just as Allaah has stated: "We sent a messenger to every nation proclaiming: Worship Allaah alone and leave the worship of the false deities." So this call to the worship of Allaah alone is coupled with the negation of the worship of anything besides Him. 2.  We believe that our Religion calls to many essentials, so we call to the most essential affair, followed by that which is next in importance, in accordance to the Quranic Read more ...