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  • You Must Make Sure about what you Convey

    Asalaam aleykoum.If a person wants to do dawa online for example and he shares for exampel videos with english translation or sites that claims to follow ahl alsunnah wa al jamaa or lectures about islam etc. Now if the english translation for exemple is not correct translated or interpreted or the sites teach something that is not correct or a speaker.. More

  • Following impious Muslim in order to eventually give him advice

    Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Can I follow someone to see where he lives so that I can intentionally take position on his route and talk to him (asking how he is, etc.)? Then I can become his friend and give this Muslim religious advice because he is indecent. .. More

  • Leaving children with friend to go out with Tableegh

    Respected Shaikh, assalaamu alaikum. A person went out with the Tablighis with his wife,leaving his two-to-three-year-old children at his friend's house. My questions are: is that required? Is it allowed in Islam? Is there any evidence that our beloved Prophet, sallallhu ‘alayhi wa sallam,or any Companion has ever done something like that? May Allah.. More

  • Bragging about belonging to Islam

    Can we brag about what we have waiting for us in the Hereafter? Can we brag about our God? I want to show that Islam and God are better. May Allaah reward you. .. More

  • ‘Do's and Don'ts’ of enjoining good and forbidding evil

    Assalaamu alaykum. What are the ‘do's and dont's’ of enjoining good and forbidding evil? I heard that it is necessary to use ‘we’ while correcting someone and not ‘you’. Is there any proof for that? And should a man always enjoin good and forbid evil? And what is the meaning of the last verse of SuraH Al-‘Asr (what means):{…and advised.. More

  • How to attract worshipers to new mosque

    Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Respectful scholar, I want to ask you regarding a matter related to the masjid in detail. I live in an area that is filled with people who do not know the religion, and if they do know it, then it is not in the correct way. In my locality, there are around 13 to15 masjids, and only 2 belong to Ahl Hadith... More

  • Etiquette of correcting speaker's mistake in religious knowledge

    Regarding correcting others in an Islamic discussion, sometimes, when one is in conversation, one hears a lot other speakers (parents, friends, etc.) saying things like, “This is allowed,” or, “This is disallowed in Islam,” and so on. What is the ruling for the ordinary listener in this case? Should he speak out if he hears something that is.. More

  • Refuting misconceptions about Islam is the duty of those who have knowledge

    As-salaamu 3laikum, I saw some Christian people on the Internet posting false criticisms and doubts about Islam. One Muslim said that one of them was spelling the name of the Prophet (salla Allahu 3laihi wa salam) in an offensive way but I was not sure if that was correct as I have seen a lot of different spellings in English and I don't know what the.. More

  • Ruling on an old man preaching to women in the presence of his Mahram women

    My mother’s parental cousin is a religious and informed sixty-four-year-old man who loves preaching and advising people, and he wants to enjoin others and share his Islamic knowledge with them. He comes to our house with his wife and sometimes with his two sisters to sit with my grandmother, mother and aunts, who are all adherent to their due Hijaab,.. More

  • One should advise wrongdoers until advice does not benefit

    As salamu 'aleikum, I am learning how to sew clothes. The clothes I make are all modest: long, wide, and covering. The other women all make fashionable dresses that are worn at wedding parties. They are transparent, tight, and/or short. All they talk about is weddings and fashion. I have told them I do not go to wedding parties because the music they.. More

  • Her husband teaches a girl Islam on Facebook

    Asslamu alaykum wa Rahmatu Allah wa Barakatuh Im an arabic sister married newly to a non Arabic brother and we still not living with each husband try to follow sunnatu Rassuli Allah and try to understand Islam as the understanding of Sahaba and tabi3en...but I have problem with him..he gaved an islamic lesson to some younger boys and girls.. More

  • Giving incorrect information about Islam unknowingly

    As-salamu 3laikum, I reverted to Islam almost two years ago. When I first reverted, the Muslims that I got to know had quite liberal interpretations of Islam. I paid attention to what they said, thinking that, as Muslims, they would not give me incorrect information. However, I knew theirs was not the only opinion. I continued to study Islam and moved.. More

  • Kindness to disbelievers and Da‘wah

    I live in Europe and my daughter has a female Christian teacher who became close to me. She asked me about some issues in Islam and I tried to answer her questions. She is very happy that she got to know us, particularly since her mother is sick and she asked about what awaits her after death. When I buy sweets or food for 'Eed, I give her some of.. More

  • Invite to Allaah The Almighty through your work

    I teach English and learn Sharee'ah; I took part in authorized courses two years ago and took courses in recitation and Tajweed as well. I also study Quran during the summer vacation. I like teaching English. Sometimes, my students ask me whether I am an English teacher or a religion teacher. I reply that they should not distinguish between life and.. More

  • Enjoining good without doing it

    What is the ruling regarding a person who calls people to obey Allaah The Almighty and many people are guided by him, however, at the same time he disobeys Allaah The Almighty? Will the good deeds of guiding others be written down in his record although he is disobedient? .. More