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Do Yourself Justice

posted by abu mohammed on 23rd January 2021 - 1 comment
Do yourself justice and learn the other truth. Give me 26 minutes of your time, please. You owe me. Watch this video There's a part 2 in the forum, even more revealing. I stress, this is a must watch documentary with accounts from a doctor.

Eid in Makkah does not have to coincide with others

posted by abu mohammed on 16th August 2018 - 0 comments
[color=#ff0000]THOSE WHO CLAIM TO FOLLOW SAUDI ARE NOT LISTENING TO SAUDI SCHOLARS, LET ALONE THIER OWN SCHOLARS![/color] [u]Video Evidence Below![/b] They say that we are following Saudi - That is a lie, simply because Saudi Scholars are saying that the Moon sighted for Makkah has nothing to do with those outside of their region. Instead, those outside of Saudi are being told that they MUST follow local sighting. Therefore, the claim of following Saudi is false[url=]Eid ul Adha is not an Eid ul Hajj!![/url] See videos below & click for more in the [url=]Wifaqul Ulama link[/url] for more evidence! Unfortunately, there is a common misunderstanding amongst the people that when it is Yawm ul Arafah in Saudi Arabia, the whole world has to celebrate Eid ul Adha on the next day. No evidence for this can be found in our Holy Shariah.

Ihram Footwear

posted by abu mohammed on 15th August 2017 - 0 comments
APOLOGIES FOR THE FORMAT OF THE TEXT - INSHAALLAH, THIS SHOULD BE SORTED SOON. ---- There has been a confusion about the footwear for Ihram and this confusion can be caused by different opinions from other valid schools of thoughts. Many of us see others wearing sandals covering the entire foot and so on. ---- Therefore, InshaAllah this post may help identify the differing rulings of the slippers / flip-flops that are allowed, specifically in the Hanafi School of thought. ---- Below are two question and answers (edited) with an ilustration of the bones in question. [color=#ff0000]For further clarification, one should consult a scholar or show them the slipper when on the foot as each slipper and foot will be described and fit differently per person.[/color] [color=#000000]-----[/color] [color=#ff0000]Question 1

Waseela and the Misunderstandings

posted by abu mohammed on 14th March 2017 - 3 comments

Waseela and the Misunderstandings

It is very sad and unfortunate that many people have misinterpreted and misunderstood the Shari' method and value of Waseela. The Dangers of getting it wrong will be catastrophic!

My aim here is to keep it very simple and differentiate between that which is Halal and that which is Shirk and I pray to Allah that He gives us the ability to see the difference and protect our Iman.

It's not something new, instead it's very old, older than Islam and when done incorrectly, it becomes a Pagan act.

Islam came to wipe out Paganism, it came to wipe out Polythiesm, i.e. Shirk, associating partners with Allah. Islam came with Tawheed, The first Pillar of Islam!


Where is Allah?

posted by abu mohammed on 28th August 2012 - 5 comments

This is a brilliant talk about the first question many people are asked.

Shaykh Mumtaz ul-Haq gives a brilliant talk and expalins the Hadith about the question of Whre is Allah and he goes on to give great details and shows why this question is Biddah.

So Who's Right?

posted by abu mohammed on 12th April 2012 - 0 comments
SO WHO'S RIGHT? Shaykh Hassan Ali Click here to download the entire lecture in mp3 format: The lecture is 2 hours and 40 minutes long and worth every second. You can play the whole lecture here via The Hanafi Fiqh Channel using the play list.

Why do Scholars differ in the with the Quran?

posted by abu mohammed on 13th February 2012 - 0 comments
A question from a Christian in Canada: Why do the scholars differ concerning the interpretation of the Holy Qur'aan and claim that there is only one version of the Gospel in Canada and the interpretation of it is one and there are not two views? What is your opinion? May Allah reward you with good. Praise be to Allaah. Firstly: There is no difference of opinion among the scholars with regard to the interpretation of the entire Qur'aan. Rather they differed concerning the interpretation of some of its verses. There is no doubt that with regard to most of the verses, there is no difference of opinion as to their interpretation. Rather the commentators, both early and later, and scholars are agreed on its interpretation. This is something that is clear to everyone who reads the Qur'aan and books of commentary. The majority of Muslims still read the Qur'aan and listen to its verses, and most of them have no problem understanding most of it; rather they know what it means and this is sufficient to be guided by the Qur'aan. Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allah have mercy on him) said:

How I becam A Hanafi (By an Ex Salafi)

posted by abu mohammed on 5th January 2012 - 11 comments
How I became a Hanafi? by Shaykh Ameen Safdar Okarvi Translation taken from above link, thanks to sister bint_azam of sunniforum. Urdu pdf. How I became a Hanafi?

Bring back the Lions; ahle haq

posted by abu mohammed on 20th December 2011 - 0 comments "Bring back the Lions" By Sheikh ul hadith Mufti Saeed Ahmad Palanpuri This lecture has been translated into english. Click here to download the video: Mufti Saeed Ahmad Palanpuri talks about the rise of the Salafi/Ahle hadith/Ghair Muqalid fitna and how the Ahle Haq Ulama have been affected. Shaykh was not in a good mood, as should be expected when the current situation is prevalent.

The Hanafi School, Who wah Abu Hanifa

posted by abu mohammed on 16th December 2011 - 0 comments Imam Abu Hanifah: Some have dared to criticize his rulings on certain issues. Find out who the real Imam Abu Hanifah was from authentic and unbiased sources, and learn what contributions he made for the Ummah. The speaker is Dr. Muhammad Musa Al-Shareef who was born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and graduated from the Faculty of Shari`ah, Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University, in 1408 A.H. He obtained his M.A. and Ph.D. in the Qur'an and the Sunnah from Faculty of Usul Ad-Din (Theology) -- Umm Al-Qura University. He is an assistant professor in the Department of Islamic Studies, King Abdul Aziz University. The Speaker Clearly states that their is nothing worng with the School of Imam Abu Hanifah.
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