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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 24th April 2015 05:04
assalamu alikum

after reading abu muhammad's blogpost on wakeerah here is what i discovered.

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It is mustahabb to give thanks anew when new blessings come, by speaking words of praise. Gratitude for that may also be expressed by doing acts of worship, which includes offering a sacrifice or inviting people to a meal. The fuqaha’ have mentioned the kinds of meals that may be offered when blessing are renewed, such as the wakeerah which is made for a new home, or naqee’ah which is made on the return of an absent loved one, and hidhaaq which is done when a child completes a reading of the Qur’aan.
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i had no idea these 'dawats' were mustahab.
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 24th April 2015 13:40
wakeerah, naqee’ah, hidhaaq first time I am hearing of these terms.
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 24th April 2015 14:01
www.muftisays.com/blog/abu+mohammed/3838_26-03-2015/wakee...

It's amazing what we learn. Problem with many people is that they will just call everything a "dawat" and make up innovations and that sticks for generations. This is where the Salafi have "helped" people get back on track. Sounds really odd, but when terminology is brought back, it feels more legit and that's how they win Muslims over and people join them in the masses. Wallahu Alum.
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