26th May 2020

3 Shawwal 1441

Fajr Salah

12:00 am

Prayer Begins Salah
Fajr12:00 am 12:00 am
Sunrise12:00 am
Dhuhr12:00 am 12:00 am
Asr12:00 am 12:00 am
Maghrib12:00 am 12:00 am
Isha12:00 am 12:00 am
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Revising For Ramadhaan | Lesson 1

Saturday 6 May 2017

Chapter: Fasting

Fasting is one of the 5 pillars of Islam, it is obligatory for every Muslim according to:

  • The Qur’an
  • The Sunnah
  • Ijmaa’ (consensus)
  • Known from the religion to be a necessity

“O You who believe, fasting has been prescribed upon you, just as it has been prescribed upon those before you” [2: 183]

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NEW Chapter ! Summary of Fiqh

Assalaamu alaikum Brothers and Sisters,

We are starting a new chapter in the book A Summary of Islamic Fiqh (written by Shaikh Al-Fawzan) on the topic of Fasting to help prepare ourselves for the coming month of Ramadhaan. This new chapter will continue for 5 weeks and thereafter insha Allah when we restart the book we will start from where we left off in the chapter of prayer bi’idhnillaah.

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Summary of Fiqh #30: Types Of People Who Cannot Be The Imam

Saturday 1 April 2017

Chapter: The types of People who cannot be the Imam

  • The role of the Imam is a great responsibility
  • There are Certain types of qualities that an Imam should have
    • See Lesson 29 which deals with these qualities
  • There are certain characteristics an Imam must be free from
  • 1. A Fasiq cannot be an Imam
    • A fasiq is one who has gone outside of being an upright Muslim
    • Has committed major sins, but not shirk
    • Fisq is of two types
      • Fisq of actions (open type), e.g. fornication
      • Fisq of belief, e.g. incorrect beliefs, such as rafidah or Jahmiyya
    • The hadith of the prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم)  that a Faajir (a sinner/wrongdoer) cannot be the Imam
    • Prayer behind such a person is prohibited
    • The people of authority should ensure they don’t put forward a fasiq/faajir (open sinner)
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Lesson 29 | Womens’ Attendance in Mosques and the Rules on the Imam

Saturday 25 March 2017

Chapter: Women’s attendance in Mosques

The verse:

“Whoever works righteousness, whether male or female, while he (or she) is a true believer verily, to him We will give a good life, and We shall pay them certainly a reward in proportion to the best of what they used to do. (An-Nahl 16:97)

  • Islam confers honour and respect upon the women
  • They are permitted to attend the mosque
  • If the women seek permission to attend the mosque it is detested to prevent them, even if is at night.
  • What is ruling on wearing perfume when going to the mosque?
    • What about wearing beautiful clothing?
  • What is the ruling on mixing with the men?
  • Issues to consider for women when going out of the house
    • Dignity and shyness
    • Appropriate Clothing
    • Not using Perfume
    • Issue of mixing with men
  • Is it better to pray in the mosque or to pray at home?
  • When is the Husband allowed to refuse his wife going out?

Chapter: The Rulings on the Imam

“The reward of him (the imam) is like that of those who perform the prayer behind him”