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  • History of the Sunnah – III: The era of the Companions and their followers

    As a part of our discussion of the Companions’  may  Allaah  be  pleased  with  them methodology in preserving the Sunnah of the Prophet  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) we mentioned thus far two of its aspects; namely, prudence in narrating the Hadeeth, and verification and substantiation of the Hadeeth before accepting it. Three more aspects are presented.. More

  • History of the Sunnah -II: The era of the Companions and their followers

    Most scholars group the main aspects of the methodology of the Companions, may Allaah be pleased with them, in preserving the Sunnah into the following seven categories: prudence in narrating the hadeeths, verification and substantiation of the hadeeths before accepting them, critique, discussions and assessment of the narration, traveling for search.. More

  • The seven under the Shade of Allah Almighty - II

    4. Two men who love each other for Allah's sake, meeting for that and parting upon that: Allah Almighty Says (what means): “The believers are nothing else than brothers, so make reconciliation between your brothers, and fear Allah, that you may receive mercy." [Quran 49:10] Having mutual love for the sake of Allah is one of the great doors.. More

  • The seven under the Shade of Allah Almighty - I

    On the Day of Resurrection, all people that ever lived will be gathered before Allah to await His judgment for all they have done of said during their lives. During this time, the sun will come very close to the people (as close as one mile according to some narrations). People will want to get away from the heat of the sun but there will be no Shade.. More

  • Miswaak: The natural toothbrush

    The Miswaak was known before Islam, but Islam added a religious perspective to its usage. The Prophetic guidance: The Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, recommended Muslims to clean their teeth using a Miswaak every day; especially upon waking up, when performing ablution, before prayer, when reciting the Quran, before sleeping, when.. More

  • The buzzing of the bees and honey

    “And your Lord inspired to the bee, "Take for yourself among the mountains, houses, and among the trees and [in] that which they construct. Then eat from all the fruits and follow the ways of your Lord laid down [for you]." There emerges from their bellies a drink, varying in colors, in which there is healing for people. Indeed in that.. More

  • The Concept of Tawatur

    The first thing to be considered when a report reaches us is how did it reach us, is it by way of Tawatur, or by way of Ahad? Tawatur in the Arabic language comes from the tri-literal root wa • to • ra, represented in English by the letters ‘w’ • ‘t’ • ‘r’. Some words derived from this root have.. More

  • Deterring people from backbiting (Gheebah)

    Definition of Gheebah: When the Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, was asked about backbiting, he, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, answered: “To mention your brother in a manner which he dislikes”. Then he, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, was asked, “What if my brother actually has (this failing) that I made mention of?” The.. More

  • A Muslim Must Accept and Follow the Sunnah

    {Nor does he speak from [his own] inclination. It is not but a revelation revealed.} [Quran 53:3-4] Muslim scholars are in total agreement that if a person refuses to accept the Sunnah of the Prophet, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and obey it as an integral part of the religion (Islam), a revelation from Allah Almighty that is a Divine source of Islam.. More

  • The Prophetic Guidance on Perfumes

    If speech is blessed by sending blessings upon the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, how could Madeenah not have been blessed during his days, while he inhabited it; he, who refreshed its breeze, perfumed its atmosphere and renewed its fragrance; whose scent preceded him to wherever he went and remained after he had left. It was he, sallallaahu.. More

  • History of the Sunnah -I: At the time of the Prophet

    Muslims were, early on, aware of the significance of the Sunnah and its authority. They, one generation after the other, were keen to preserve the Sunnah because they saw that as a part of the preserving of the last revelations man is ever to receive. Their efforts were unabated, and the remarkable job they did is unparalleled in the experience of any.. More

  • Black Seed (Nigella sativa): A cure for every disease

    Abu Hurayrah, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated that the Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, said: “Use this Black Seed regularly, because it is a cure for every disease, except death.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim] What is the Black Seed? Its botanical name is Nigella sativa. It is believed to be indigenous to the Mediterranean region.. More

  • Excellence in Faith

    In one of the great prophetic narrations which included few, yet very comprehensive words, the Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, clarified one of the means for salvation, and a sign of the excellence of Islam. This narration gives the believing slave a tool by which to measure himself and realize how close or far he is from the straight path. Abu.. More

  • The Sunnah: The second source of legislation

    The Sunnah (the actions, sayings and approvals of Prophet Muhammad, salallaahu alayhi wa sallam, is the second source of Islamic legislation and must be in complete agreement with the first source (i.e. the Quran). The term Sunnah comes from the root word ‘sanna’, which means to pave the way. Sunnah can be used to describe a path that.. More

  • The Status of the Sunnah in Islam

    The Role of the Sunnah towards the Quran: The Sunnah cannot dispense with the Quran: Allah Almighty chose Muhammad , as His Prophet and selected him to deliver His final message. The Quran was revealed to the Prophet in which Allah commanded him to obey everything that was ordered of him; that is, to convey and explain His message to the people. All.. More