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Hadith I am alone the Changer of Time

Hadith I am alone the Changer of Time

Abu Hurayrah (May Allah, the Exalted, be pleased with him) narrated that Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said: “Allah , the Mighty and the Majestic, said: ‘Man hurts Me; he abuses time through I alone am the Changer of Time. All things are under My Control and I cause the rotation of day and night.’” [Sahih Bukhari: Kitab al-Tafseer]

Hadith: Bring out of Hell whoever remembered Me even if for a Day

Hadith-e Qudsi : Bring out of Hell whoever remembered Me even if for a Day

Anas bin Malik (May Allah, The Exalted, be pleased with him) narrated the Prophet Muhammad Sallalaahu Alaihi Wasallam Said: “Allah Will say: ‘Bring out of Hell every person who has remembered Me even if for a day and the one who feared Me in any Place.’” [Jami’al-Tirmizi, Kitab Sifat al Jahannam]

Hadith of the Day: Good character melts away sin just as the sun melts ice

The Beautiful Hadith of Rasoolullah ﷺ 

“Good character melts away sin just as the sun melts ice.” – Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

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Hadith Qudsi: Man gets only that which is written in destiny

Hadith Qudsi: Man gets only that which is written in destiny
Abu Hurayrah (May Allah, the Exalted, be pleased with him) narrated that Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said: “Man cannot get that thing under a vow 9nazar) which is not in his destiny. But, under vow, one only gets those things which have destined for him, Allah Makes a miser spend allof his wealth through a vow which he was not used to spending before making a vow.” [Sahih Bukhari: Kitab al-Ayman Wan Nazar]

The Hadith of the Day

The Hadith of the Day:

The Prophet Muhammad Sallalahu Alahi Wasallam Said: If anyone Keeps Goods Till The price rises, He is A Sinner. – Muslim

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Companions in the Grave

Companions in the Grave
Said Yazid al-Ruqashi ‘I have heard it said that when the deceased is set in his tomb his works amass around him and are given to speak by Allah, so that they say, “O bondsman, alone in his pit! Your family and friends are now separated from you, so that today we are your sole companions.”
(Ihya’ of al-Ghazali)

Is it Permissible to Eat Dry Meat and Dry Fish?

Is it Permissible to Eat Dry Meat and Dry Fish?

Question: What is the ruling on eating dry meat and dry fish?

Answer: It is permissible to eat dry meat as well as dry fish. It is mentioned in a Hadith.

“A tailor had invited the Messenger of Allah Sallahu Alahi Wasllam for a meal which he had prepared. Even I accompanied the Prophet Sallalaahu Alahi Wasallam. That person presented bread and gravy with dry meat and pumpkin to the Prophet Sallalaahu Alahi Wasllam. I noticed that the Messenger of Allah Sallalahu Alihi Wasllam was searching for pieces of Pumpkin in the vessel and eating them. After that day, I stated loving Pumpkin.”

Allah Knows Best
Answered by
Mufti Muhammad Ibrahim Maqbuli

The Hadith of the Day

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The Prophet Sallalaahu Alahi Wassalam Said:

Indeed! Truth leads to peace of HEART
And lie keeps a person restless and worried
– Jame’ Tirmidhi Hadith No 2518

What is Fiqh

Fiqh

The word fiqh has been lexically derived from the Glorious Qur’an.

Allah Most High states:
And it is not possible for Muslims that all should come out. Then why should not a party from each group should come out that they may gain understanding of religion and warn their people after coming back to them, haply they may guard themselves. [Surah: 9 At-Tawbah, Verse:122]

In the verse above, the word: Li-Yatafaqqahu is the source of the derivative fiqh.

There are more than nineteen verses throughout the Qur’an in which the word fiqh has been mentioned in its different word word forms but which all have the same root word – fiqh.

The Lexical Meaning of Fiqh

Fiqh means to understand or acknowledge something or to understand the rationale behind a person’s conversation.

The Technical Meaning of Fiqh

Fiqh means to understand the rulings of Shari’ah from which they are derived – i.e. from the Qur’an, Hadith, Ijma’ and Qiyas.

Imam Abu Hanifa has defined it as:

The understanding of those things which are beneficial for one’s self and that which are not. i.e. the understanding of what is Halal and Haraam, what is permissible and what is not.

This meaning was part of the Shari’i definition of fiqh but nowadays the term fiqh  is used as the understand of the most of the rulings of Shari’ah.

According to the Sufis, fiqh is:

The amalgamation of both sacred knowledge and practice.

To be Continued in next post – Topic: The purpose of Fiqh and its Objectives.