Showing posts with label #Friday. Show all posts
Showing posts with label #Friday. Show all posts

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Fiqh of fasting : How many kinds of fast are there?

FIQH OF FASTING

Q.6: How many kinds of fast are there?

A. There are five kinds of fast i.e. (1). "Fard"(Farz), (2). "Waajib", (3). "Nafil", (4). "Makrooh Tanzeehi" and (5). "Makrooh Tahreemi".
Q.7: How many kinds of Fard and Waajib fasts are there?
A. There are two kinds of (each) Fard and Waajib fasts i.e. "Mo'aie-yan" (fixed, appointed) and "Ghaier Mo'aie-yan" (non-fixed, on-appointed).
Q.8: Which fasts are "Fard Mo'aie-yan"? A. "Fard Mo'aie-yan" (fixed, appointed) obligatory fasts are such as the fasts of Ramadaan which are observed in the month of Ramadaan only and "Fard Ghair-Mo'aie-yan" (non-fixed,non-appointed) obligatory fasts are such as "Qada,Qaza" (missed,omitted) fasts of Ramadaan and the fasts of atonement irrespective of atonement for breaking fast before time or any other act.


Friday, June 10, 2016

Ramazan first jummah

THE WISDOM BEHIND FASTING
There are reasons and wisdom behind every single act in Islaam, no matter how small. It is possible to know the wisdom behind some acts, and for others we may never know. Salaat, for instance, is a daily training for purifying the believer and reminding him or her that he/she is a member in a community of believers. Fasting, on the other hand, is an annual institution containing all conceivable attributes for human excellence. It is a training for the body and soul, a renewal of life, encouraging the spirit of sharing and giving.
Self-Restraint (Taqwaa)

Allaah Kareem states: "O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you that you may (learn) self-restraint." (Al-Qur'aan, 2:183)
This verse indicates the first lesson or wisdom to be gained in fasting is Taqwa (self-restraint  or the conscious  of Allaah  Almight. That is to say, fasting instills in the heart the essence of consciousness of the Creator, moral courage both in secret and manifest, guiding the heart, the seat of emotion from spoilage and moral indecency.
Fasting instills taqwaa or conscious of Allaah Kareem, and does so by controlling two aspects of the human body, which are the root causes of human downfall, namely the stomach and the private parts. The human body is constructed with the need to please the two of them and, in the process, man transgresses the rights of others, fellow human beings, and the commandments of Allaah Kareem are violated. By Fasting one raises the level of taqwa, thereby the person avoids the sins, which are detrimental to life itself.

Friday, October 9, 2015

#Jumah-Hadees Friday-BE Present at the Sermon...

HADEES MUBAARAK
احضروا الذكر وادنوا من الإمام فإن الرجل لا يزال يتباعد حتى يؤخر فى الجنة وإن دخلها

“Be present at the sermon (delivered on Fridays) and draw near the Imaam; because whoever always keeps far away will likewise, be far away (towards the back) in Paradise, even though he will enter it.”
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Jum'ah Mubaarak-Friday-Hadees

Jum'ah Mubaarak-Friday-Hadees


jumah mubaarak hadees allama kokab noorani okarvi
Jum'ah Mubaarak

إذا كان يوم الجمعة ، وقفت الملائكة على باب المسجد يكتبون الأول فالأول ، ومثل المهجر كمثل الذى يهدى بدنة ، ثم كالذى يهدى بقرة ، ثم كبشا ، ثم دجاجة ، ثم بيضة ، فإذا خرج الإمام طووا صحفهم ، ويستمعون الذكر

“When Friday comes, the angels stand at the door of the mosque recording the people in the order of their arrival. The parable of the first comer is like the parable of one who sends (to Makkah) a she-camel for sacrifice; the man who comes next is like the one who sends a cow for sacrifice, next a sheep, next like the one who sends a hen, next like the one who sends an egg. Then when the Imaam stand up (on the Minbar/Pulpit) to deliver the sermon, they close their sheets and listen to the remembrance (sermon).” [Saheeh Bukhaari,