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Tag: Jurisprudence الفقه

All human life is sacred in Islam

September 30, 2015
All human life is sacred in Islam

“Do not kill the soul which Allah has made sacred except by right of justice.”

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Ibn Qudamah on the prostration of forgetfulness, Sujud As-Sahwa

July 31, 2014
Ibn Qudamah on the prostration of forgetfulness, Sujud As-Sahwa

“Forgetfulness is one of three types: an addition, an omission, and a doubt.”

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Ibn Qudamah on Prescribed Charity, Az-Zakat

August 27, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on Prescribed Charity, Az-Zakat

“Alms must be paid by every free Muslim who has complete ownership of the minimum amount.”

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Ibn Qudamah on Charity at the end of Ramadan, Zakat Al-Fitr

July 23, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on Charity at the end of Ramadan, Zakat Al-Fitr

“Zakat Al-Fitr (charity given at the end of Ramadan) is an obligation upon every Muslim who owns more than the essential food he needs for himself and his dependents, to be given on the eve and the day of Eid.”

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Ibn Qudamah on Call to Prayer, Al-Adhan

July 16, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on Call to Prayer, Al-Adhan

“The caller to prayer should be honest, with a good and loud voice, and he should be knowledgeable about the times of prayer.”

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Ibn Qudamah on Walking to Prayer

July 16, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on Walking to Prayer

“O Allah, I ask you by virtue of this walking of mine, for I am not going out of pride or vanity or to show off or to gain a reputation. Rather, I am going because I fear your wrath and seek your pleasure.”

–Sunan Ibn Majah 778

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Ibn Qudamah on seclusion in the mosque during Ramadan, Al-I’tikaf

July 16, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on seclusion in the mosque during Ramadan, Al-I’tikaf

“Seclusion in the mosque means staying inside the mosque for the worship of Allah the Exalted. It is the recommended prophetic tradition.”

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Ibn Qudamah on voluntary fasting

July 16, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on voluntary fasting

“Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan and regularly follows it by fasting six days in the month of Shawwal will be counted as if he has fasted his entire life.”

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Ibn Qudamah on what invalidates fasting

July 16, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on what invalidates fasting

“Whoever does any of the following will invalidate his fasting…”

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Ibn Qudamah on those exempted from fasting in Ramadan

July 16, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on those exempted from fasting in Ramadan

“Breaking the fast during Ramadan is permissible for four types of people.”

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