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July 20, 2021, 11:41:46 am Ruhi_Rose: Wa'Salam and Eid al Adha mubarak dear Sis 🙂
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July 15, 2021, 09:46:44 am N. Truth Seeker: What are the months for Hajj, and what does "Ten Nights" in Surah Al-Fajr refer to?  Visit the following link to study this very significant information.
4 months of Hajj, and Surah Al-Fajr.
July 12, 2021, 05:44:36 am Heba E. Husseyn: As we enter the month of Dhul Hijjah 1442, please read what the Great Quran says about Hajj.  Also visit the related links at the end of the same post to learn more.
July 10, 2021, 11:40:41 am Zainab_M: They're folks with zero conscience.
July 10, 2021, 11:39:02 am N. Truth Seeker: I see ....  if they had only given a fraction of the money for rebuilding Gaza ..
July 10, 2021, 11:37:24 am Heba E. Husseyn: I think another slimeball is elon musk ..
July 10, 2021, 11:34:58 am N. Truth Seeker: so true sister.  Btw, are bezos and branson the only ones, anyone else as well trying to please their lowly ego?
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 on: Today at 02:18:36 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Ruhi_Rose


Whoa!  🤢   I never knew this guy was so far gone.  It puts him more or less on the same level as Irshad Manji, Ayan Hirsi Ali, Imam Tawhidi and N. Albani etc. 

Thank for these details Sister.  Will Insh'Allah share it with my husband.


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 on: Today at 01:45:59 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Zainab_M


He alludes to a commonplace expression referring to the Noble Quran as kaan ki baat ('heard by the ears'), as if it is hearsay ensuing from tea-shop gossip mongers.  The Glorious Quran was revealed via Angel Jibreel on the Orders of The Almighty, and this does NOT make it "kaan ki baat."  Such impertinence can only come from the empty boast of an arrogant fourth rater. 

Each time a Divine Revelation would descend, it would immaculately remain in the memory of the Final Messenger (on whom be peace), and from his memory would be preserved in writing by his (pbuh) closest family and companions on fragments or scraps of scrolls, leather, leaves and various other items suitable for the purpose in those times.  There was no white paper in any part of the world back then.  The preservation of something as precious as the Divine Revelations was done with the utmost of care and eventually, after the passing of the beloved Prophet (pbuh) and his close comrade and first righteous Caliph, Abu Bakr Siddiq, the preserved Divine Revelations began being compiled in the form of a Book by the 2nd righteous Calip, Omar b. Khattab, who safeguarded it as a Trust.  After his tragic assassination, the task of compilation was smoothly continued by his successor and 3rd righteous Caliph, Osman b. Affan, and this is the period when the compilation and arrangement of Chapters (Surahs) were completed.  That was the first and final assemblage / putting together of the Quran.  Even now some of the earliest copies of the Quran available in Topkapi Museum and certain other Islamic centers in the early Kufic print are known as the most marvelous work of calligraphy.  The text and content of the Noble Quran remains in exactly the same form today as it was when recited by the beloved Prophet and preserved by his close ones.  Even Western critics have not been able to deny this fact.  But Imran Hosein does not the know the difference between text and font of the contents of a book.

The other senseless pick by him is his ridiculous claim that the dialetical marks and phonetics in Quranic writings can change the interpretation of words.  This is the absurdest claim ever as until now over 1,400 years plus, not a single word of the Quran has been disputed for it's literal definition.  Dialectical marks and phonetics  are present in the writings of every language and have NO bearing on the identity of the word itself, NO bearing on the authenticity of the text and neither does that make the words any different.   When the preserved Quranic contents began being written on paper in the form of a Book, it needed to be written in the correct Arabic script.  Thus the dialectical marks and phonetics were inserted for proper pronunciation and easier reading / understanding.   This completely insignificant point has apparently risen in Imran Hosein's mind because additionally his knowledge of the Arabic language is also almost nil.

Purportedly he has strongly denied that he's a Quran rejecter.  But everything he has said (either in a fit of senility or while on dope) is on record and on camera exposing loud and clear where he's coming from.   


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 on: Today at 01:14:25 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Ruhi_Rose


And on what basis does this man reject the Quran?   Or does it have anything to do with his feeble aging mind?

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 on: Yesterday at 12:09:01 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by N. Truth Seeker


Absolutely sister, this is a great summary.   Alhudmulilah.

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 on: Yesterday at 12:04:08 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Zainab_M


You're right brother TS.  His detailed presentation on the Khazars, the ancestors of today's Zionist occupiers of Palestine, has been his only positive contribution in the sphere of politics.  He was never knowledgeable about the Quran.  His attachment to Hadith was always overwhelming until he began finding some Ahadith offensive.  Yet he did not return to the Quran.  Instead he deviated to other man-written books and ideologies.  As a result his mental capacity has been reduced to the size of a peanut. 

Now look at this:   In regard to Verse 43:63, the crux of the argument is that traditionalist Imran Hosein  argues that V.43:61 says "he (Essa son of Maryam) is the sign of the Hour" while the rest of the traditionalists uphold that the Verse says "he (Essa son of Maryam) is the knowledge of the Hour.   Both are WRONG.   Their differences are only over one word, 'sign' or 'knowledge.'  Both words have a similar connotation so there's really nothing to fight on that.  But the real big oversight from both sides is that neither of them have yet been able to think that it is NOT "he" which is the symbol or knowledge of the Hour, it is the Quran.

"wa-innahu laʿil'mun lilssāʿati" [Verse 43:61 Surah Az-Zukhruf] (Most Noble Quran)

"This [Quran] gives knowledge of the Hour:"  43:61.
   Subhan'Allah.  It's as simple as this.

There is NO mention of the tale of return of Essa son of Virgin Maryam anywhere in the Noble Quran.  That's confirmed because the Quran deals with Truth, not myths like the altered bibles and the hadith.   

All praise to YOU, ya Allah;   love, peace and blessings on the beloved Final Messenger.


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 on: January 20, 2022, 11:51:18 pm 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by N. Truth Seeker


Several years ago Imran Hosein put up a political presentation on the hidden history of the Khazars.  That was true and sensible.  But his sensibility ended there.   Unfortunately over the passing of years he began to deviate into ignorance.  His over indulgence in traditionalism never allowed him to acquire much knowledge of the Noble Quran.  Additionally his age related senility hasn't helped him either.  As Sister mentioned, presently he is immersed in utter illiteracy as an ardent Covid19 denier.
~ sigh ~

As a Quran-only Muslim, I am both disappointed and shocked at Imran Hosein's brazenly dismissive stance towards the Final Message of The Almighty, The Greatest.   Additionally, his sneaky disclaimers only heighten his deceit. 

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 on: January 20, 2022, 08:03:46 pm 
Started by Jeff - Last post by Zainab_M


My hadithist friend has told me that if I pray at the mosque before the Athan app time the prayer is not accepted. For example Athan said last night prayer started 11.05pm for isha but the mosque is praying isha at 10.40-10.50pm. I'm not sure who's right to be honest.



Furthermore, I suppose the Isha prayer at the mosque started a little before the adhan time of the app is probably because of extreme timings in certain parts of the world in summer and winter.  11.05 p.m. for Isha is pretty late at night.  Just to make it more convenient for people, I suppose they made it a little earlier.  These slight differences and adjustments of prayer timings are okay.  Doesn't matter.

In fact some of our jurists have also okayed combining Maghrib and Isha in peak summer months when Isha timing is very late.  Isha is approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes after Maghrib.  In summer that could make Isha around 10.30 p.m. (earliest) in certain countries.  Some folks who go to work next morning or the elderly may find it hard to stay awake that long.  So, if Maghrib is at approximately 9.00 p.m. and it's difficult for you to stay awake for another 1 hour and 25 minutes for Isha, then you can offer Isha as soon as you finish Maghrib .... or maybe a few minutes or short while after Maghrib.

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 on: January 20, 2022, 05:48:54 pm 
Started by Jeff - Last post by Zainab_M


Walaikum As-Salaam.  Your questions are very welcomed, brother  ..


I was taught to refresh wudu after every trip to the toilet and after every fart before praying again. I was taught wudu lasts until broken or if you have slept.

1. My question is am I supposed to wash before every single prayer?

Passing wind does not invalidate the wudu in accordance with the Quran.  Therefore, as Quran alone followers, we don't accept the idea of renewing wudu for that reason.  According to Hadithists it does invalidate the wudu but that isn't from the Quran.  You will get complete info on this aspect @ Does wudu become ineffective if one passes wind?

Refreshing your wudu after every visit to the toilet isn't necessary.  Once you have performed a proper wudu and your are still clean except for a visit or two or more to the toilet, you can renew the wudu with tayamum (or dry wudu also mentioned in Verses 5:6 and 4:43).  If you need details on how to perform tayamum, do let us know.  However after using the toilet, it's necessary for Muslims to wash the private parts with water - not just dry tissue - and then you can renew the wudu with tayamum .. unless impurity splashes into other parts of the body or soils your clothes.  Then perform the wudu again.  The kind of toilets we have at present easily allow us to use it without polluting other parts of the body.  Thus, unless there's an 'accident' in the toilet polluting much of the body, tayamum would be fine.  Most hadith followers might not agree with this.  But we view it as fine.
  
No, not necessary to perform wudu before every single prayer.  You can maintain the same wudu until you feel your body is polluted with tangible impurity or dirt and needs to be re-washed which does not include passing wind.



2. do I have to remove my boots when washing if I am at work and about to pray duhr for example?

No, you don't need to remove shoes or boots while at work.  Just make sure you perform a proper wudu before leaving for work.  Then, during prayer times if you feel your wudu is invalidated for some reason such as impurity in work surroundings .. you can perform your wudu with water if that facility is available or simply do your tayamum. If you perform wudu at work with water, perform the same way as mentioned in V.5:6, and instead of taking off your shoes to wash the feet, just run the wet palms of your hands over the shoes or socks.  This method is also accepted by hadith followers.  It is only to make matters easier particularly in non-Muslim surroundings which aren't geared up for our convenience.  And as Allah Almighty says, He has not implemented any hardship in religion.  "He hath chosen you and hath not laid upon you in religion any hardship;"  22:78  Al-Hajj.

After all, wudu should not be a reason for missing salat altogether. Thus, The Almighty has granted tayamum, in case it's not possible or difficult to use water.



"when ye rise up for prayer" is that talking about getting up from sleep or just praying in general?

Praying in general including waking up from sleep.


I was told that I should give up watching movies even though I loved the marvel series because of hadiths about music being haram and that Allah hates it when we waste our time and money.

4. Is music OK to listen to?

5. would movies be OK to watch?

Well .. I wouldn't say all music and all movies are Haram.  However, as we know the kind of permissiveness, vulgarity and violence that exist in modern movies and rock music in modern times, one needs to be careful and nit-pick concerning what sort of movies or songs would be Halal or Haram in accordance with Quranic values of modesty.  If a movie has lewd scenes or a lewd theme, I would definitely avoid it and advise others to do the same.  The same approach applies to musical performances.  Moreover, sometimes the wordings of certain songs (in all cultures) might clash with Monotheistic values.  I guess that's the nature of some forms of art.  Such music should also be avoided.  As you keep reading and understanding the Noble Quran, you will, Insh'Allah, be able to discern in this sphere as to what's Halal or otherwise.
  
Frankly I do hear of quite a few of our Muslim sisters and brothers who aren't too particular about this aspect despite preaching otherwise.  But I would never advise any one to follow their example.  In the entertainment world of today, it's definitely necessary for a sincere Muslim to discern what is ethically proper or otherwise, that is, Halal or Haram, and stay away from the Haram.



Currently I am using an app called Athan for my prayer times.

6. Do you guys use something similar?


That's absolutely fine.  I'm not using it, instead I have a prayer calendar with prayer time-settings of my city for the entire year.  But many Muslims use the adhan app.  Like I said it's just fine.  


My hadithist friend has told me that if I pray at the mosque before the Athan app time the prayer is not accepted. For example Athan said last night prayer started 11.05pm for isha but the mosque is praying isha at 10.40-10.50pm. I'm not sure who's right to be honest.


Adhan is basically the call for getting ready for congregational prayer inside the mosque.  For that reason if you arrive at the mosque prior to the adhan from the app, the prayer probably wouldn't have started.  But if you are praying at home, you have a much wider time bracket for each prayer.  E.g. In my prayer calendar the time mentioned for Asr (late afternoon prayer) today is 3.30 p.m. and the time for Maghrib (prayer soon after sunset) is 5.10 p.m.   Therefore, if one is offering salat at home (which is also fully permissible), one can pray any time between 3.30 p.m. to approximately 4.50 p.m. (not to get it too close to the Maghrib prayer).  But if you are attending the mosque, then probably you need to leave home shortly before the adhan so you arrive at the mosque close to adhan time, depending how far the mosque is from your home.    
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 on: January 20, 2022, 04:17:20 pm 
Started by Jeff - Last post by Zainab_M


Mash'Allah, I'm sure that will make things much easier for you, Insh'Allah.  Ameen. 
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 on: January 20, 2022, 07:10:13 am 
Started by Jeff - Last post by Jeff
Assalam o alaikum,

In the quran 5.6: Pickthall: O ye who believe! When ye rise up for prayer, wash you faces, and your hands up to the elbows, and lightly rub your heads and (wash) your feet up to the ankles. And if ye are unclean, purify yourselves. And if ye are sick or on a journey, or one of you cometh from the closet, or ye have had contact with women, and ye find not water, then go to clean, high ground and rub your faces and your hands with some of it. Allah would not place a burden on you, but He would purify you and would perfect His grace upon you, that ye may give thanks.

I was taught to refresh wudu after every trip to the toilet and after every fart before praying again. I was taught wudu lasts until broken or if you have slept.

1. My question is am I supposed to wash before every single prayer?

Also once I'm working again i would most likely go over break times if I have to take my boots off

2. do I have to remove my boots when washing if I am at work and about to pray duhr for example?

3. "when ye rise up for prayer" is that talking about getting up from sleep or just praying in general?

I was told that I should give up watching movies even though I loved the marvel series because of hadiths about music being haram and that Allah hates it when we waste our time and money.

4. Is music OK to listen to?

5. would movies be OK to watch?

Currently I am using an app called Athan for my prayer times.

6. Do you guys use something similar?

My hadithist friend has told me that if I pray at the mosque before the Athan app time the prayer is not accepted. For example Athan said last night prayer started 11.05pm for isha but the mosque is praying isha at 10.40-10.50pm. I'm not sure who's right to be honest.
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