20 Jul

The fraud of the eyes

Allah knows the fraud of the eyes, and all that the breasts conceal.

[Qur’aan 40:19]

 

Remember, while you may be able to look at things which Allaah has forbidden without letting those around you know that you are looking at them, Allah will always know.

 

When you sit with your friends and a woman passes by and you steal a glance at her without them knowing, know that Allah knows full well what you are doing.

 

He also knows what you conceal inside your heart. You can fool the creation. You can hide your vices from the creation. However, nothing is hidden from Allaah.

 

18 Jul

Qiraa’ah al-‘idaarah

Ibn Taymiyyah says:

Qiraa'ah al-'idaarah (where one person recites a portion of the Qur'aan and stops. Then, the next carries on reciting from where the frist stopped) is good in the opinion of most scholars.

al-fataawaa al-kubraa
Volume 5 Page 345

 

 

al-Nawawi says:

Chaper in regards to al-'idaarah and this is when they come together and form a group. One recites 10 or a juz then becomes quiet and another reictes from where the frist stops. Then, another recites and likewise. This is permissible and good. And Imaam Maalik was asked regarding this and he said: There is no harm in it.

There evidence is the following narration:

 

 

Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:

The Messenger of Allah (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) said, "Any group of people that assemble in one of the Houses of Allah to recite the Book of Allah, learning and teaching it, tranquility will descend upon them, mercy will engulf them, angels will surround them and Allah will make mention of them to those (the angels) in His proximity."

[Sahih Muslim]

10 Jul

If your wife refuses you sex

Your wife is entitled to maintenance (nafaqah). It is your obligation to provide for her maintenance. You have to give her her due nafaqah.


If, however, she refuses to give you sex, you are not obliged to give her the nafaqah. The nafaqah you give her is in return for the sex she allows you to have with her.


When she refuses to give you sex she comes under being naashiz. Nushuuz cancels the obligation of giving her her nafaqah.


Nushuuz is the verbal noun of the verb nashaza. Nashaza lexically means to be disobedient. nushuuz, thus, means disobedience or more specially the failure to fulfill the duties laid upon you toward your husband.


Naashiz is the active participle of the verb nashaza. It means the one who shows nushuuz (disobedience).

 


al-mughni li Ibn Quduumah

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08 Jul

Swearing an oath by the Name of Allah also used for others

There are Names of Allaah which He is named with and others are named with as well such as al-Hayy, al-'aalim, al-mu'min, al-kariim, al-shaakir, etc.

 

If someone swears an oath by such a name then according to al-Shaafi'i an oath does not come to be even if he intended by means of it the Name of Allaah because an oath is only contracted because of the sanctity of the Name and when there is the possibility of al-ishtiraak then there is no sanctity for it. Mere intention is not sufficient for the contracting of an oath.

 

The Hanaabilah, in contrast, believe that the oath does come into effect. They agree that intention alone is not sufficient for an oath to come into effect but here when the person has made the intention then the name which harbors the possibility of being the name of someone other than Allaah and the Name of Allaah has now – because of the intention – been directed to one of these two possibilities namely the Name of Allaah and is like having been explicitly stated.

 

And if he intended to swear by means of someone else (other than Allaah) using that name then the oath does not come to be because of his intention.

 

08 Jul

Oath from a kaafir

According to al-Shaafi'i, Abu Thawr, Ibn al-Mundhir, and Ibn Qudaamah an oath from a kaafir is valid. He is obliged to the kaffaarah if he breaks is. This applies whether he broke the oath while he was a kaafir or after becoming a Muslim. The evidence for this is the following:

 

Narrated Ibn `Umar:

that `Umar had vowed in the Pre-Islamic period to perform I`tikaf in Al-Masjid-al-Haram. (A subnarrator thinks that `Umar vowed to perform I`tikaf for one night.) Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said to `Umar, "Fulfill your vow."

[Sahih al-Bukhari]

 

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