رَبِّ ابْنِ لِى عِندَكَ بَيْتاً فِى الْجَنَّةِ
'My Lord! Build for me a home with You in Jannaah'
(At-Tahreem 66:11)


Showing posts with label Ibn Baaz. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ibn Baaz. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Morals and etiquette of the Da`ee to Allaah


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The morals and qualities necessary for a Da’ee (caller to Islaam) are highlighted by Allaah (سُبحانه وتعالى) in many occurrences in the Qur’aan.

First: Devotedness. It is obligatory for a Da’ee to be so devoted to Allaah that he neither intends to show off, nor wants a good reputation or praise from people. Rather, he should only call to Allaah to please Him.  

Allaah (سُبحانه وتعالى) says: Say (O Muhammad صلى الله عليه و سلم): "This is my way; I invite unto Allâh (i.e. to the Oneness of Allâh - Islâmic Monotheism)." He (سُبحانه وتعالى) also says: And who is better in speech than he who [says: “My Lord is Allâh (believes in His Oneness) Therefore, you have to be devoted to Allaah (سُبحانه وتعالى). It is the most important virtue and the greatest quality that has to characterize your way of Da`wah (call to Islaam), i.e. seeking Allaah and the Hereafter.

Second: Knowledge. Invite people to Allaah with firm knowledge. You should not be unaware of or ignorant about what you call people to. Say (O Muhammad صلى الله عليه و سلم): "This is my way; I invite unto Allâh (i.e. to the Oneness of Allâh - Islâmic Monotheism) with sure knowledge."

Friday, January 16, 2015

Is the marriage of 'Shighaar' Haraam in Islaam??


Al-Imaam Ibn Baaz رحمه الله was asked the following Question:

The Question: I am interested to get married to my female cousin and she too is interested whilst on the other hand my male cousin is interested to get married to my sister and likewise the same for her. This is based upon the fact that the guardians of each family are pleased with it, (I mean both parents). The point is that all members from both sides are completely pleased with it and there are no conditions between us. Also, we acknowledge that the marriage of "Shighâr" is haraam. However, what we request from you O' Noble Sheikh, (may Allaah preserve you), is that you direct us to a safe and upright way (in performing the marriage), in order that the marriage be valid, so that we will be safe from falling into the marriage of "Shighâr" and from falling into sin and unlawful acts. Also, is it necessary that each one of the spouses gives more (dowry) than the other?

Friday, November 14, 2014

Can Shaitaan read man's thoughts & intentions?


Q. Does Shaitaan know what crosses our minds of ideas which no one knows except Allaah & thus whisper to us what is in accordance with our thoughts?

A. Praise be to Allaah.

The sound evidence indicates that the Shaitaan is close to man, and indeed he flows through him like blood, so he whispers to him at moments of heedlessness and withdraws from him when he remembers Allaah سُبحانه وتعالى. Through this constant closeness he knows what whims and desires occur to man, so he makes them appear attractive to him and he whispers to him regarding them.

Al-Bukhari (3281) & Muslim (2175) narrated from Safiyyah bint Huyayy رضي الله عنها that the Prophet (صلّى اللَّهُ عليه وسلّم) said: "The Shaitaan flows through man like blood.“

Sheikh ul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah (رحمه الله) said:

They smell a good smell or a bad smell [meaning the angels, who smell a good smell when a person is thinking of a good deed, as was narrated from Sufyaan ibn …Uyaynah]. But the devils do not need that [smell] in order to know; rather they even know what is in the heart of the son of Adam, and they see and hear what he says to himself. Moreover, the devil has full control over man‘s heart, then when man remembers Allaah سُبحانه وتعالى he withdraws, and when he neglects to remember Him, he whispers to him. He knows whether he is remembering Allaah سُبحانه وتعالى or is neglecting to remember Him, and he knows the whims and desires of his heart and makes them appear attractive to him.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Ibn Baaz on Fasting During a Journey


Shaikh Ibn Baaz, may Allaah have mercy on him, said,

The traveller has the choice of either fasting or not fasting, and what is apparent from the legislated proofs is that not fasting is better especially if the fast is difficult for him, due to the saying of the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم, “Fasting during a journey is not righteousness.

Vol. 15, p. 236.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Sheikh ibn Baaz’s value for time

 

Sheikh ibn Baaz’s value for time



Concerning the Imaam, the Shaykh - ’Abdul-‘Azeez ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah), it has been narrated that he valued his time to such an extent that:



“If he requested something from someone on the other end of the telephone, & was required to wait for a response, he would pass his time glorifying Allaah (saying: Subhaan-Allaah) & seeking forgiveness from Allaah (saying: astaghfirullaah).”


[al-Imaam Ibn Baaz - duroos wa mawaaqif wa ‘ibar - Page 14]
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