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Harvard Divinity School examines its 200-year history

How should we approach religion? Whose religion should we study? What should we include?

Students, faculty, and staff at Harvard Divinity School (HDS) have labored over these questions for 200 years. 314 more words

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The Rites of Hajj and Umrah

Based on the book by Sh al-Albaanee, presented by Abu Talhah (rahimahumAllaah):

Umrah:


https://archive.org/download/hajj_and_umrah/umrah.mp3

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Hajj:


https://archive.org/download/hajj_and_umrah/hajj-at.mp3

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This Guy's relationship tips: General Characteristics of the Husband

I was recently asked to give a lecture, or a series of lectures, on the topic of marital issues in our communities. So the notes I prepared were organized to present the issues one may encounter before getting married first, such as the characteristics to look for in the husband and the wife; celibacy; getting to know the spouse before the marriage, etc. 3,881 more words

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Patuhi Perintah Suami atau Orangtua?

Seorang istri yang sudah menikah, maka tanggungjawab terhadapnya berpindah dari orangtua kepada suaminya. Suami memiliki hak penuh terhadap dirinya. Dialah yang akan membimbing dan mengarahkannya. Komando berada di tangannya. 183 more words

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Berhutang ke Bank Untuk Modal Usaha, Boleh?

Manusia dewasa ini semakin berlomba-lomba untuk meraih kekayaan sebanyak-banyaknya dengan segala macam cara untuk mencapai tujuannya, termasuk dengan cara riba. Benarlah sabda Rasulullah ﷺ, “ 530 more words

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Ruling on Reciting Qur’an for the Deceased

Question: Is it permitted to donate the reward of one’s recitation of the Qur’an to a deceased person, and will they benefit by such recitation? Or is this an innovation (bid‘ah) that opposes Islamic principles, as claimed by certain people? 2,605 more words

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The Farewell Tawāf

Ash-Shirāzi, may Allah have mercy upon him said in the muhaźźab:

When one concludes from hajj and desires to stay in Makkah, he is not required to do the tawāf al-wadā’. 3,990 more words

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