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Sifat Wudhu’ al-Nabi: The Characteristics of the Ablution of the Prophet

Sifat Wudhu' al-Nabi: The Characteristics of the Ablution of the Prophet A translation of the small treatise concerning ablution by Fahd ibn 'Abd al-Rahman al-Shu'ayb. This treatise covers all the intricate details for the ablution of the Salafi. It also reconciles the differences of opinion that are found in some aspects of this act of worship. Introduction Preface Verily all praise is for Allaah, we praise Him and seek His aid and ask for His forgiveness, and we seek refuge with Allaah from the evils of ourselves and our evil actions. Whomever Allaah guides there is none who can misguide him, and whomever Allaah misguides there is none who can Read more ...

Ramadan : The Food you waste is another Person’s Meal

Wasting food is a sin in Islam and a big violation of the very concept of Ramadan. Other than the numerous health benefits, fasting teaches a moral to Muslims to feel and understand the hunger, deprivation and suffering of fellow human beings. Jabir (RA) reported: "I heard Allah's Apostle (may peace be upon him) as saying: 'The Satan is present with any one of you in everything he does; he is present even when he eats food; so if any one of you drops a mouthful he should remove away anything filthy on it and eat it and not leave for the devil; and when he finishes (food) he should lick his fingers, for he does not know in what portion of his food Read more ...

Ramadan : Love Food, Hate Waste

As the month of Ramadan approaches, many Muslims will be determined to cut down on the food they waste. “O children of Adam! Eat and drink freely, but do not waste for Allah does not love the wasteful.” [Surah Al A'raf 7:31] Prophet Muhammad said: “Sufficient food for the son of Adam is enough to keep his back straight.” It is customary in Ramadan for people to share their food and give to the poor. Muslims need direction about how we can practically live the values of our religion. People need to change their way of thinking. The children of wealthy people need to take food to their less wealthy neighbours, instead of always expecting Read more ...