080 He Frowned (Rukuh 01, Ayats 01-42)

Quran & Tafseer, The Noble Quran

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

With the name of Allah, the All-Merciful, the Very-Merciful.

عَبَسَ وَتَوَلَّى (1)

[80:1] He (the Prophet) frowned and turned his face,

أَنْ جَاءَهُ الأَعْمَى (2)

[80:2] because the blind man came to him!

وَمَا يُدْرِيكَ لَعَلَّهُ يَزَّكَّى (3)

[80:3] What could tell you (O prophet about the prospects of the blind man?) May be, (if you had attended him properly,) he would have attained purity,

أَوْ يَذَّكَّرُ فَتَنْفَعَهُ الذِّكْرَى (4)

March 1, 2010

66) Constantly Missing the Friday and Congregational Prayer Without a Valid Excuse

Beliefs & Practices, Major Sins

Allah Most High says,

{The Day that the shin shall be laid bare, and they shall be summoned to prostrate, but they shall not be able. Their eyes will be cast down–ignomity will cover them, seeing that they had been summoned aforetime to bow in adoration, while they were whole, (and had refused).} (Al-Qalam: 42-43)

Ka’b Al-Ahbar said, this Ayah is only revealed concerning those who miss the congregational prayers.

Sa’id Ibn Al-Musayyib (may Allah have mercy on him) said, “Those people heard the call to prayer and did not respond while they were whole.”

September 11, 2009

Conditions which Permit the Breaking of Salaat

Bahishti Zewar, Fiqh, Part 2-Salat and its virtues

1. A person is offering his salaat and the train on which his belongings or
family is, is about to leave. In such a case, it will be permissible for him to
break his salaat.

2. A snake appears in front of a person. Out of fear for it, it will be
permissible for him to break his salaat.

3. At night, a fowl was left open and a cat came to attack it. Out of fear of
the consequences, it will be permissible to break the salaat.

August 31, 2008


Fiqh, The Legal Status of Following a Madhab

Taqleed of The Masses

This is the first level of taqleed. By masses, we mean:

(i) Those who are completely unaware of the Arabic language and the Islamic sciences though they may be well educated and adept in other sciences.

(ii) Those who though they know Arabic and can understand Arabic books, but have not acquired knowledge of tafseer, Hadith, fiqh and related religious matters from a teacher in a proper way.

(iii) Those who though they have accomplished Islamic sciences formally but have not gained proficiency in tafseer, Hadith, fiqh and their fundamentals, nor do they have insight in them.

August 18, 2008