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Tuesday, 15 January 2019 04:17

Sunnats of Sitting in a Deeni Discourse – Part Seven

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13. If one has to leave the gathering during the talk, then one should do so in a manner that will not disturb others.

14. One should make an effort of imparting what one has learnt to his family as well as others.

Saturday, 22 December 2018 04:35

Sunnats of Sitting in a Deeni Discourse – Part Six

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11. It is not permissible for one to remain in a gathering where a Deeni discourse is being held and any law of Shariah is violated e.g. the gathering wherein photography, videoing, intermingling of sexes etc are found.

12. If one is unclear about any aspect discussed during the Deeni discourse, then one should enquire from the speaker regarding it after the talk in a polite and respectable manner.

Sunday, 16 December 2018 05:32

Sunnats of Sitting in a Deeni Discourse – Part Five

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9. If the first row is full then only should one move to the second row. The reason being that, unnecessarily one should not allow the back of another person to face towards him.

10. Without a valid reason, one should not lean against the wall while the lecture is being delivered. This is not in keeping to respect.

Sunday, 09 December 2018 05:25

Sunnats of Sitting in a Deeni Discourse – Part Four

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7. Whilst the Deeni discourse is being delivered, one’s full attention should be focused towards the speaker. One should not be engaged in any other ibaadat e.g. making zikr, reciting the Qur’aan, etc.

8. One should endeavor to sit close to the speaker. Sitting close to the speaker will assist one in focusing better towards the speaker.

Tuesday, 27 November 2018 04:14

Sunnats of Sitting in a Deeni Discourse – Part Three

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5. One should listen attentively to the speaker.

6. Whilst the Deeni discourse is in progress, one should not be engaged in any other activity other than paying attention to the speaker e.g. looking around, playing with the cell-phone, speaking to someone, fidgeting with something etc.

Saturday, 24 November 2018 04:24

Sunnats of Sitting in a Deeni Discourse – Part Two

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3. The primary purpose for one participating in a Deeni discourse is for one to correct and reform himself and to acquire the knowledge of the sunnah (i.e. the mubaarak lifestyle of Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam)).

4. One should consider the Deeni discourse as a means of spiritual medication and consider it to be directed to oneself.

Thursday, 15 November 2018 05:33

Sunnats of Sitting in a Deeni Discourse – Part One

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1. One should be seated in a deeni discourse with the correct intention. The intention one needs to have is to acquire the love of Allah Ta‘ala, His Rasul (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) and the Sahaabah (radhiyallahu ‘anhum). Similarly, one should have the intention of learning Deen, implementing it in one’s life and thereafter imparting it to others. One should not sit in the talk with the mere intention of entertainment or just to increase one’s knowledge.

2. One should sit with complete and utmost respect during the deeni discourse.

Saturday, 10 November 2018 05:17

Sunnats of the Musjid – Part Nine

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29. While in the Musjid, remain constantly engaged in the zikr of Allah Ta‘ala.

عن علي بن أبي طالب رضي الله عنه قال : قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم : يوشك أن يأتي على الناس زمان لا يبقى من الإسلام إلا اسمه ولا يبقى من القرآن إلا رسمه مساجدهم عامرة وهي خراب من الهدى (شعب الإيمان رقم 1763)

Hazrat ‘Ali (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) reports that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said, “Soon a time will come upon the ummah where nothing of Islam will remain except in names (i.e. people will have Islamic names but no Islamic values), and nothing of the Qur’aan will remain except its words. Their masaajid will be built in a beautiful manner but will be void of guidance (i.e. people will not perform salaah in it).”

Saturday, 03 November 2018 04:37

Sunnats of the Musjid – Part Eight

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26. Remain calm while seated in the Musjid and do not be unmindful of the sanctity of the place. Some people whilst waiting for salaah fidget with their clothing or play with their cellphones. This is against the honour and respect of the Musjid.

ذٰلِکَ ٭ وَ مَنۡ یُّعَظِّمۡ شَعَآئِرَ اللّٰہِ فَاِنَّہَا مِنۡ تَقۡوَی الۡقُلُوۡبِ ﴿۳۲﴾

And whoever holds in honour the symbols of Allah, indeed such (honour) comes from the piety of the heart.

وَ مَنۡ اَظۡلَمُ مِمَّنۡ مَّنَعَ مَسٰجِدَ اللّٰہِ اَنۡ یُّذۡکَرَ فِیۡہَا اسۡمُہٗ وَ سَعٰی فِیۡ خَرَابِہَا ؕ اُولٰٓئِکَ مَا کَانَ لَہُمۡ اَنۡ یَّدۡخُلُوۡہَاۤ اِلَّا خَآئِفِیۡنَ ۬ؕ لَہُمۡ فِی الدُّنۡیَا خِزۡیٌ وَّ لَہُمۡ فِی الۡاٰخِرَۃِ عَذَابٌ عَظِیۡمٌ ﴿۱۱۴﴾

And who are more unjust than those who prevent the name of Allah from being mentioned in His Masaajid and strive towards their destruction. It is not fitting for them to enter them except in fear. For them in this world is disgrace and they will have in the Hereafter a great punishment.

Monday, 29 October 2018 05:23

Sunnats of the Musjid – Part Seven

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22. It is not permissible to remove any of the Musjid’s items or goods for one’s personal use.[1]

23. Every musalli has an equal right in the use of the Musjid items. Hence it is not permissible for one to reserve any place or item of the Musjid for himself.[2]

عن عبد الرحمن بن شبل رضي الله عنه قال : نهى رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم عن نقرة الغراب وافتراش السبع وأن يوطن الرجل المكان في المسجد كما يوطن البعير (سنن أبي داود رقم 862)

Hazrat ‘Abdur Rahmaan bin Shibl (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) reports that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) prohibited the pecking of a crow (i.e. making sajdah extremely swiftly), and spreading one’s forearms on the ground ( sajdah) in the manner a predatory animal sits down, and a person reserving and booking a place for himself (permanently in the Musjid) as a camel does.”

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