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Ahlus-Sunnah do not blindly follow....The Shaikh of Yemen

The Shaikh of Yemen, Muqbil ibn Haadi al-Waadi’i, may Allaah have mercy on him said,

“And we say: we hold blind-following to be forbidden. So it is not allowed for us to blindly follow Shaikh al-Albaani, nor Shaikh Ibn Baaz nor Shaikh Ibn ’Uthaimeen, for indeed Allaah ﺗﻌﺎﻟﻰ says in His Noble Book: 54 more words


Women and the Masjid

‘Do not prevent women from attending the mosque, even though their houses are better for them.’

“…if there is a reason to go to the mosque, such as learning, meeting with other Muslim women, or if one is out of the house for a need and the time for prayer is in, then there is nothing disliked about praying in the mosque whatsoever. 118 more words


‘And few of My servants are grateful.’

When Umar bin al-Khattab radi allahu `anhu (may God be pleased with him) was walking in the market, he passed by a man who was supplicating, “O Allah, make us of Your ‘few’ servants! 245 more words



Saya bukan berniat untuk memperpanjangkan isu khilaf sentuh najis tanpa keperluaan samaada haram atau tidak. Bukan juga bersikap terlalu keras dengan mendesak agar semua umat Islam di Malaysia hanya berpegang atau taksub kepada mazhab Syafi’ie sahaja. 710 more words



Hukum menyentuh najis satu permasalahan yang diperselisihkan oleh para ulama. Menurut mazhab Maliki hukumnya adalah makruh, manakala haram menurut mazhab Syafi’ie. Terdapat juga sebahagian ulama berpendapat harus. 383 more words


Fundamental Issues

  • Every Muslim is required to limit the sources of Islam to the Quran and valid Hadith (authentic prophetic tradition of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) , narrated by all Scholars of Islam.
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Definition of Fiqh

Fiqh is comprehension of orders of Allah Almighty to Mankind. He is the Supreme Ruler and the only legislator. Allah, the most Gracious, has not assigned any human being, whether an apostle, prophet or righteous imam to legislate to the people any laws of their invention. 719 more words