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Scholars Declared Mortgages to be 'Interest' and 'Forbidden', Making It Impossible For Muslims To Own Their Own Home...But They Couldn't Prove It.
I wrote an open letter to the putative head of modern Deobandism (a Salafi offshoot in the Indian Subcontinent), Mufti Taqi Usmani, about six months ago concerning the issue of mortgages, which he as a scholar claiming to represent the Sunni Hanafi School declared to be forbidden. 7,433 more words
Ash-Shirāzi, may Allah have mercy upon him said in the Muhaźźab:
And one should begin with the Tawāf al-Qudūm, due to what was narrated by ‘Ā’isha, may Allah be pleased with her “that the first matter that the Prophet, Salutations of Allah and His Peace upon him, begins with when he arrives in Makka is that he will make wudhū’ and then make tawāf of the house.” But if one fears the lapse of a maktūba (one of the five prescribed prayers) or a sunna muakkada, he carries it out before the tawāf. 1,381 more words
Ibn Mas’ood (may Allah be pleased with him) came out upon a people who were speaking in the Masjid after the Adhaan so he prohibited them from talking. 90 more words