3rd December 2020

18 Rabī ath-Thānī 1442

Fajr Salah

6:30 am

5 Hours 4 Minutes
Prayer Begins Salah
Fajr6:09 am 6:30 am
Sunrise8:06 am
Dhuhr12:01 pm 12:35 pm
Asr1:36 pm 1:50 pm
Maghrib3:54 pm 3:59 pm
Isha5:39 pm 8:00 pm
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A Summary of Islamic Jurisprudence Abu Muadh Taqweem Announcements Fiqh (Jurisprudence) Prayer

Unsure about how to Pray the Eid Prayer?

Authentic info on:

  • How was it legislated?
  • Why do we perform it?
  • How many rakah/takbeer?
  • Common questions

Based on the Book “Summary of Islamic Jurisprudence” by Sh Al-Fawzan and read by our brother Abu Muadh Taqweem

Link:

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40 Hadith Abu Arwa Ali Fiqh (Jurisprudence) Health Personal Matters Societal matters

40 Hadith #64 (Hadith 45 & 46)

With our brother Abu Arwa Ali

Summary:

  • Prohibition of Alcohol & intoxicants, regardless of the type
  • Many times scientists and official bodies have been wrong on prohibiting or permitting certain things (e.g. Alcohol, smoking, drugs etc), we should exercise caution and not take everything at face value
  • The beauty and perfection of Islamic Law in that it prohibits what is harmful and permits what is beneficial
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40 Hadith Abu Arwa Ali Family Fiqh (Jurisprudence)

40 Hadith #63

40 Hadith #63

With our brother Abu Arwa Ali

Summary:

-Ibn Rajab’s addendums to the 40 Hadith

-Islamic law on inheritance

-Blood-ties and Nursing/foster ties

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40 Hadith Abu Arwa Ali Eemaan (belief) Fiqh (Jurisprudence) Societal matters

40 Hadith #51

Lesson 51: Hadith 32 (There Should Be No Harm) and Hadith 33 (The Proof is Upon the Claimant)

Read by our brother Abu Arwa Ali

Summary

  • The Messenger of Allāh (ﷺ) said, “There should be neither harming nor reciprocating harm”
  • What are the different forms of harm?
  • The fairness and perfection of the Islamic judicial system
  • The claimant vs the one against whom the claim is made. How is the matter settled under Islamic law?