Whenever The Filthy Doctrine of The Khawaarij Emerges, It Has To Be Rebutted | Shaykh Saaleh Al-Fawzaan (Hafithahullah)

Shaikh Saaleh Al-Fawzaan [may Allaah preserve him] says:

“The people of knowledge [i.e. the scholars] are of the view that it is obligated on the Muslims in every era that if they are certain about the presence of this filthy doctrine [i.e. the doctrine of the khawaarij], they should remedy it through calling to Allaah [i.e. the correct way] and enlighten the people about that. If they [i.e. khawaarij] do not obey [and come out fighting], then they are fought [by the Muslim ruler] in order to repel their harm.”

[لمحة عن الفرق الضالة page 42]

Explanation Of The Hadeeth: “Whoever Is Able To Marry, Should Marry, For That Will Help Him Lower His Gaze And Guard His Modesty…” | Imaam ‘Abdul ‘Azeez ibn Baaz (Rahimahullah)

Chapter: The Statement of the Prophet: [Whoever is able to marry, should marry, for that will help him lower his gaze and guard his modesty (i.e. his private parts from committing illegal sexual intercourse etc.).’ And should a person marry (even if) he has no desire for marriage?] [Kitaabun Nikaah’ Saheeh Al-Bukhaari’ Hadeeth Number 5065]

Narrated ‘Alqamah:

“While I was with Abdullaah, uthman met him at Mina and said, ‘O Abu Abdur-Rahmaan! I have something to say to you.’ So both of them went aside and uthmaan said, ‘O Abu Abdur-Rahmaan! Shall we marry you to a virgin who will make you remember your past days? When Abdullaah felt that he was not in need of that, he beckoned me (to join him) saying, ‘O Alqamah’ Then I heard him saying (in reply to uthmaan), ‘As you have said that, (I tell you that) the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) once said to us, ‘O young people! Whoever among you is able to marry, should marry, and whoever is not able to marry, is recommended to observe fast as fasting will diminish his sexual power’.

Imaam Abdul Azeez Bin Baaz [rahimahullaah] explains:

“Therefore, getting married is the correct [thing to do] as an obligation upon the one who has shahwa [sexual desires] even if he is not in fear of falling to Zinaa, and this is with regards to the one whose situation allows him to get married. This [also shows] Uthman’s righteous moral conduct and that the elderly person can get married as long as he has the strength for sexual relations; and those mainly intended in this hadeeth are the young people, because in most cases they possess greater desires and are more in need of that.”

[Source: Al-Hulalul Ibreeziyyah Min At-Taleeqaat Al-baaziyyah Alaa Saheeh Al-Bukhaaree Volume 4; Hadith No:5065; Footnote Number 2]

Is There a Difference Between Sending Salaams Upon The Prophet From Far Away or At Close Proximity – A Brief Clarification By Imaam Albaani (rahimahullaah)

Question:

What is the difference between sending salaams upon the Prophet in a land other than Madeenah al-Munawwarah and the standing of person in front of his grave? [i.e. the grave of the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam)]

Answer:

There is no different between this (i.e. sending salaams upon the Prophet in a land other than Medeenah) and that (i.e. the standing of a person in front of the grave of the Prophet). It has been reported about a member of the Prophet’s family that he saw a man sitting beside the grave of the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam), so he asked him the reason for that, so he (i.e. the man) said that he was sending salaams upon the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam). Then he ( i.e. the relative of the Prophet) told the man that the one who sends salaams upon the Prophet here (i.e. near his grave) is the same as the one who sends salaams upon the Prophet from Andalus (i.e. Spain). And from the affairs that are specific to the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) and have not been given to anyone else is what he (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) stated: ‘’Allaah has angels who go around on earth, conveying to me the salaams of my Ummah.” [Reported by An-Nasaa’ee 3/43 also see Saheeh At-Targheeb No: 1664]

As for the hadeeth: ‘’Whoever sends salaams upon me from far away, I am informed about it; and whoever sends salaams upon me at close proximity, I hear him”; it was reported by Al-Uqaylee (rahimahullaah) in Ad-Du’afaa 4/137 and he says that it has no basis.  Ibn Jawzee (rahimahullaah) reported it in Al-Mawdoo’aat (i.e. fabricated narrations) No: 862]

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[Source: For further details, see Fataawaa al-Imaaraat: page 59]

What is the ruling on using a cream or penicillin (ointment)? – Shaykh Ahmad bin Yahya an-Najmi ( Rahimahullaah )

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Question: What is the ruling on using a cream or penicillin (ointment) on wounds – does it break (the fast) or not?

 

Answer: “As for using cream and penicillin (oilment) on wounds, it does not harm  (a person’s fast) because it does not get inside the belly (or abdomen)”.

[Fath Ar-Rabb Al-Wadood Fil Fataawaa War-Rasaa’il War-Rudood’ by Al-Allaamah Ahmad Bin Yahyah An-Najmi (rahimahullaah) 1/324]

I was eating and drinking but then realised that the time of Suhoor had finished? Shaykh Ahmad bin Yahya an-Najmi (Rahimahullaah)

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Shaykh Ahmad bin Yahya an-Najmi (Rahimahullaah ) was asked:

Question: What is the ruling on the fast of one who ate or drank thinking that Fajr has not appeared, (but then) it became clear that it has appeared; or (he thinks) that the sun has set, (but then) it became clear that it has not set?

 

Answer: “If he ate or drank (whilst) doubting (whether) Fajr has appeared and it is not clear to him, his fast is correct and there is no Qadaa upon him (i.e. he does not have to make up for the fast on another day). As for if it is clear (to him) that he ate or drank after Fajr appeared visibly without any doubt about it, then upon him is Qadaa (i.e. he has to make up for the fast on another day). Likewise, if he breaks the (fast) thinking that the sun has set, but then it became clear (to him) that it has not set, then upon him is Qadaa” ( i.e. he has to make up for the fast on another day).

Fath al-Rab al-Wadood Fil Fataawa wa al-Risaail wal Rudood 323 / 1

What is the ruling if a person forgets and eats or drinks? Shaykh Ahmad an-Najmi (Rahimahullaah)

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Shaykh Ahmad bin Yahya an-Najmi (Rahimahullaah) was asked:

What is the ruling if a person forgets and ears or drinks?

“If the fasting person ate and drank whilst he was forgetful, it does not invalidate his fast, because of the Hadeeth “Whoever forgets and eats and drinks, he shall complete his fast, for indeed Allaah gave him food and drink”.

Fath al-Rab al-Wadood Fil Fataawa wa al-Risaail wal Rudood 323 / 1

Is it compulsory upon the fasting person to eat Sahoor? Shaykh Ahmad an-Najmi ( Rahimahullaah )

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Shaykh Ahmad bin Yahya an-Najmi (Rahimahullaah ) was asked:

Is it compulsory upon the fasting person to eat sahoor (before fajr)?

“It is not compulsory, but it is recommended because the body gains strength and energy (to fast) by taking it.”

Fath al-Rab al-Wadood Fil Fataawa wa al-Risaail wal Rudood 324 / 1

Patience During Calamities with Short Commentary by Shaikh bin Baaz ( rahimahullaah )

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Patience During Calamities’With Short Commentary by Shaikh Bin Baaz (rahimahullaah)

Narrated Anas Bin Maalik (radiyallaahu-anhu) The Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) passed by a woman who was weeping beside a grave. He told her to fear Allah and be patient. She said to him, “Go away, for you have not been afflicted with a calamity like mine.” And she did not recognize him. Then she was informed that he was the Prophet. So she went to the house of the Prophet and there she did not find any guard. Then she said to him, “I did not recognize you.” He said, “Verily, the patience is at the first stroke of a calamity.” [1]

Imaam Abdul Azeez Bin Baaz (rahimahullaah) said: This hadeeth is in relation to the time when one is excused for (grieving). It is incumbent upon him to exercise patience and  hope for the (reward and mercy of Allaah,) and not to become (weak and fearful at heart, which may lead to questioning the decree of Allaah) [2]

Ref 1: Source: Sahih al-Bukhari.com: www.salafipublications.com

Ref2: Al-Hulalul Ibreeziyyah Min At-Ta-liqaat Al-Baaziyyah Alaa Saheeh Al-Bukhaari Vol: 1 (page: 378: Footnote: 1) Also see: Al-Furooq Ash-Shar-iyyah Wal-Lughawiyyah Inda Ibnul Qayyim Al-Jazziyyah: page: 328]

Clarifying The Errors’ by Shaikh Fawzaan…

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Clarifying The Errors’ by Shaikh Fawzaan…

Clarification must be carried out, especially when the one who erred is one followed or has leadership. It should not be said that errors are narrated and will come to pass, rather it should be said that it is narrated and refuted. That is because it (i.e. refuting error) is sincerity to Allaah, His Book and His Messenger, and it is sincere advice to the leaders of the Muslims”.


[Source: Ijaabatul Muhimmah Fil Mashaakil Al-Mulimmah…pages 221-222]