Al-Haadi v12n01

Faqihul Ummah: Tabligh

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Sunday, 04 November 2007 13:26

… Every Sahaabi (R.A.) made tabligh (propagation of Deen) the object of his life. Although they engaged in business as well, yet their priority was tabligh. Even on business journeys, they continued with tabligh. The people would observe their excellent qualities and habits and accept Islam. Wherever they went, Islam would spread and Deen would come alive.

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Q&A: Secret Nikah

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Sunday, 04 November 2007 13:25

Question:

I am 18 years old. I am going out with a girl from my school for more than a year. We now desperately want to get married. Despite initial resistance from her parents they finally agreed and we are now proposed. Since we are in daily contact and fear that we may commit Haraam, we want to have the Nikah urgently. My parents are insisting that the Nikah will only take place in one or two year's time. We now want to perform a secret Nikah so that we may not be involved in any sin. Later, when my parents decide to have the wedding, we will go through with the "public" Nikah. Will the secret Nikah be valid?

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Child's Play

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Sunday, 04 November 2007 13:23

Computer games, comics, fiction novels, apparently harmless cards, metal disks found in various food products … and many other such "toys" have become the "in-thing" with most children and teenagers. Yet, are they really as harmless as they seem? And do they have no effect on the impressionable minds of young children? Many parents have experienced that a great number of these forms of "entertainment" have a dramatic negative impact on young minds. If one looks carefully at these toys, with the spectacles of Imaan and through the eyes of the Qur'an and Sunnah, the danger will be glaring.

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Celebrations & Festivities in Islam

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Sunday, 04 November 2007 13:22

Human beings by nature wish to express their joy and happiness. They seek occasions to celebrate and enjoy themselves. As a natural religion, Islam has catered for this need by declaring the days of Eid as days of celebration. In fact Islam has made it compulsory to celebrate. This is clearly understood from the fact that Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) has even prohibited fasting on these days. One is encouraged to wear one's best clothes and to feast within moderate limits.
 
 

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Download Al-Haadi Volume 12 Number 1

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Friday, 26 October 2007 00:32

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Contents:

  • Celebrations
  • Child's Play
  • Q&A: Secret Nikah
  • Advices of Faqihul Ummah: Tabligh

 

 

   
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