Mufti Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf discusses the propaganda of this age of abandoning the four schools of thought and opting for a modern methodology of following the Qur’an and sunnah directly. He explains how the pseudo-salafi movement is in reality a reattempt at devising a new school of thought which though may seem appealing in theory, lacks any validity in practicality, especially when put into contrast with the unanimous validity of the existing four schools. A thorough discussion, broken down into a very easily understandable explanation on how fallacious the re-inventing of the wheel in Islamic scholarship is, enumerating just how nobody truly goes back to the Qur’an and sunnah as ultimate sources but rather creating a “fifth madhab” which has no real basis; especially as it contradicts the very principles that it is based upon. A must watch for any Muslim who is sincere about finding the truth in these testing times.
The event will touch upon themes like; the traditional Islamic ethics of business, entrepreneurship and Islamic market reform. These focuses will be further illustrated with examples from the Prophet Muhammad (SAW); in particular the Prophet’s economic and market perspective.
The event aimed to provide a holistic summary of the relationship between early Islam and capitalism and commerce
I have a problem… In the month of May I started on 8th and finished on 14th. In May I started 28th which means that there wasn’t a 15 day gap of Purity. This means that i am in istihadha. However, I do not know what I have to do. Does this mean i can pray as long as I do my wudhu for each prayer for all the 7 days that I am on for?
Mufti Abdur Rahman demonstrates the correct manner in which to pray salat with specific and detailed teaching on all the aspects through the prayer including correct body movements, the placing of limbs and the timing of recitals, with comparisons between the correct and incorrect methods to increase understanding. Some narrations are included to emphasise aspects of the prayer but the Shaykh explains the different methods that can be employed for individual ease.
I use to wear a niqaab from 2005. I took it off in 2009 and that was the biggest mistake I ever made. I have never took my abaya and hijab off but recently i am craving to wear my niqab again as i know it will protect me from a lot of things. Even with my loose abaya and hijab i have men staring…and i don’t want anyone looking at me. I am married. I fear Allah .. My family will laugh and say for how long now? Can you please advise me.
A woman usually experiences discharge on a regular basis. When she has her haiz and when on the last days when her colour is no longer light red/pink, but she has yellow discharge little more than the normal discharge. She is confused as does she have to wait till the yellow also clears or will that be regarded as discharge?
I have recently started wearing hijab, however, i am now being introduced to many different forms of it. Personally, I wear loose
fitting and covering clothing, with a scarf wrapped around my head, so as only my hands and face are showing. However, I have been told by
some that the niqab/face veil is the right way to cover oneself.