A Few Masâ’il related to Divorce


Bahishti Zewar, Fiqh, Part 4-Nikah (Marriage) in Islam

1. When it becomes necessary to issue a divorce, there are three ways in doing so: (a) the most preferable method, (b) a good method, (c) a bid’ah and harâm method.

The most preferable method: is that the husband issues one divorce to his wife while she is pure, i.e. not experiencing hayd or nifâs. A further condition is that he must not have engaged in sexual intercourse with her in this entire period of her purity. He must not issue any other divorce till the end of the expiry of her ‘iddah. The moment her ‘iddah expires, the nikâh will come to an end and there is no need to issue any further divorce. This is because divorce has only been permitted at the time of extreme need. Accordingly, there is no need to issue several divorces.

October 10, 2010

SUNNAH ABOUT MISWAK


Hadith & Seerah, The Teachings of the Holy Prophet, The Ways of the Prophet (SAWS)

(1) The miswak should not be longer than one span and should not be thicker than a finger. [Bahrur Raeq]

(2) The miswak should be rubbed on the gums at least three times and should be dipped in water every times.

(3) In case finger is to be used in place of miswak, then the upper and lower jaws on the right side should be cleaned with the thumb and the left side should be cleaned similarly with the first finger.

HOW TO HOLD THE MISWAK:

February 19, 2010

His footwear


Features of the Mode of life of the Holy Prophet, Hadith & Seerah, The Ways of the Prophet (SAWS)

The Holy Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) used to wear shoes resembling a Chappal or wooden sandals. He wore also black socks made of leather and used to do masah (wiping with wet hands) over them in wudhu (ablution). His Sandals had two thongs, their straps being doubled, (one in between the toe and the next finger, the other one in between the third and the fourth finger) The strap on the upper side was also double.

His shoe was as long as one span and two fingers and was seven fingers in breadth. The straps were apart to the extent of two finger breadths in the inner side.

October 7, 2009

Turban


Features of the Mode of life of the Holy Prophet, Hadith & Seerah, The Ways of the Prophet (SAWS)

Wearing a turban is mustahab (desirable) and the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) has also commanded to do so. “Keep to turbans. This will make you more forbearing (Fathul Bari). When asked by someone whether wearing a turban is a Sunnah Hadrat Abdullah lbn Umar (Radi Allaahu Ta’ala Anhu) replied in the affirmative (Aameen).

Amr bin – Hurais (Radi Allaahu Ta’ala Anhu) said, “I still have that scene before my eyes when the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sa.Ilam) delivered a sermon from the member (pulpit) and that he was wearing a black turban with its end hanging between the two shoulders.” [Khasael-e-Nabawi, from Muslims and Nasa]

October 6, 2009

50) Excess Against Others


Beliefs & Practices, Major Sins

Allah, the Almighty said,

{The blame is only against those who oppress men with wrong-doing and insolently transgress beyond bounds through the land, defying right and justice: for such there will be a chastisement grievous} (Ash-Shura: 42)

The Prophet (pbuh) said,

“Allah has inspired to me that you are all to be humble and that no one should exalt himself above another.” (Muslim)

It is also reported that,

“If a mountain transgresses against the other, Allah will make the one that transgressed it into dust.” (Suyuti)

The Prophet (pbuh) also said,

May 8, 2009

093 The Morning Hours (Rukuh 01) (Ayats 01-11)


Quran & Tafseer, The Noble Quran

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

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

وَالضُّحَى (1)

[93:1] I swear by the forenoon,

وَاللَّيْلِ إِذَا سَجَى (2)

[93:2] and by the night when it becomes peaceful,

مَا وَدَّعَكَ رَبُّكَ وَمَا قَلَى (3)

[93:3] your Lord (O Prophet,) has neither forsaken you, nor has become displeased.

وَلَلآخِرَةُ خَيْرٌ لَكَ مِنْ الأُولَى (4)

[93:4] Surely the Hereafter is much better for you than the present life.

September 1, 2008