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TRAINED SOLDIER

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  1. (salam) @)

    I was hoping if someone can please clarify soem doubts I have about wudhu.

    1) When washing the face I pour water into my right hand and start washing from the top of my forehead all the way down to my chin, using my thumb up until my middle finger, once I've done that i use the same wet hand without pouring more water into my hand, just to go over my face again. I am having doubts because when I am washing my face I only wash it in one direction i.e from my forhead down to my chin and parts of my face mainly the sides remain dry, I recently came accross a video of how to do wudhu on youtube, the shia way to do wudhu, and the man when washing the face seems to be washing all around his face especially the sides of his face more then once .Is this correct. If it is correct the man in the video seems to be using is whole hand when washing his face I was taught that you should use your fingers from the thumb until the middle finger.

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    2) Also when making wudhu if you accidently get water on your arms before actually washing from your elbows downwards does your wudhu still count because i seem to get water everywhere when making wudhu.

    Thanks. (salam)

  2. BismillahirRahmaanirRaheem

    Queen Mary Islamic Society Presents as Part of 'Companions Week' 2008, in Defence of and in Praise of the Virtues of the Beloved Companions of the Messenger of Allah (saw) and the Mother of the Believers:

    WHO ARE THE REAL AHLUL-BAYT?

    By the Iranian Sunni Scholar, Shaykh Abu Muntasir Al-Balushi

    This lecture is the last event of Companions Week and aims to highlight the importance of the Ahlul Bayt (household of the Prophet (saw), his family), who they really are and include and the importance of loving them the correct way. It will be examined from the viewpoint of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'ah and away from those who claim to have a monopoly on the topic.

    A Brief Bio of the Shaykh:

    Sheikh Abdul Rahmaan al-Baluchy completed his secondary education in Iran, after which he was admitted to the Islamic University of Madinah Munawwarahin 1979 where he studied Arabic before joining the Usuluddeen (Principles of Faith) and Da'wah college. He reached his second year of studies before the policy to expel Iranian students was implemented. He went to Syria to complete his Shari'ah studies at Damascus university, were he graduated in 1984. He also studied under the scholars of Damascus, such as Sheikh Abdul Qadir al Arna' out and others. Upon graduation, he enrolled for his Masters degree at al Awza'y college in Beirut were he graduated in 1989. His thesis was on the Baluchy people and Baluchistan. He enrolled for his PHD at the same time college and graduated in 1995. His P H. D. thesis was on ' The Transformation of Islamic Thought In Iran from Sunni to Shiah during the Safawi Rule.' This same topic was not accepted for his Masters Degree owing to certain political reasons. He currently directs the Ahlus Sunnah Association of Iran, London Office.

    He is well-known for his regular appearances on the London based arabic language channel, 'Al-Mustaqillah' on the program 'Al-Munadharaat' featuring debates between Sunni and Shi'a scholars. He currently delivers lectures on another channel in the Farsi language and is working on opening his own Farsi language channel inshaAllah. The sheikh is known for his uncompromising stance in his defence Sunni Islam, the companions and the mothers of the believers while maintaining his sincere desire to do nothing but guide those lost back to Islam.

    Queen Mary University

    Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

    Friday 18th January

    5pm - 7pm

    Skeel Lecture Theatre

    www.queenmaryisoc.co.uk

    Please attend, bring others from any religion or sect with you and pass on this message!!

    I found this on the net, the person sounds like he has got alot of hatred for shia muslims, i've heard during the lecture some of the topics the sheikh was touching upon were very important in the shia faith, apparently the lecture was interrupted by shia brothers and sisters who were debating on certain things said by the sheikh. here is a analysis on what was said. :angry:

    http://www.7cgen.com/index.php?showtopic=20482

  3. Queen Mary Islamic Society Presents as Part of 'Companions Week' 2008, in Defence of and in Praise of the Virtues of the Beloved Companions of the Messenger of Allah (saw) and the Mother of the Believers:

    This lecture is the last event of Companions Week and aims to highlight the importance of the Ahlul Bayt (household of the Prophet (saw), his family), who they really are and include and the importance of loving them the correct way. It will be examined from the viewpoint of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'ah and away from those who claim to have a monopoly on the topic.

    A Brief Bio of the Shaykh:

    Sheikh Abdul Rahmaan al-Baluchy completed his secondary education in Iran, after which he was admitted to the Islamic University of Madinah Munawwarahin 1979 where he studied Arabic before joining the Usuluddeen (Principles of Faith) and Da'wah college. He reached his second year of studies before the policy to expel Iranian students was implemented. He went to Syria to complete his Shari'ah studies at Damascus university, were he graduated in 1984. He also studied under the scholars of Damascus, such as Sheikh Abdul Qadir al Arna' out and others. Upon graduation, he enrolled for his Masters degree at al Awza'y college in Beirut were he graduated in 1989. His thesis was on the Baluchy people and Baluchistan. He enrolled for his PHD at the same time college and graduated in 1995. His P H. D. thesis was on ' The Transformation of Islamic Thought In Iran from Sunni to Shiah during the Safawi Rule.' This same topic was not accepted for his Masters Degree owing to certain political reasons. He currently directs the Ahlus Sunnah Association of Iran, London Office.

    He is well-known for his regular appearances on the London based arabic language channel, 'Al-Mustaqillah' on the program 'Al-Munadharaat' featuring debates between Sunni and Shi'a scholars. He currently delivers lectures on another channel in the Farsi language and is working on opening his own Farsi language channel inshaAllah. The sheikh is known for his uncompromising stance in his defence Sunni Islam, the companions and the mothers of the believers while maintaining his sincere desire to do nothing but guide those lost back to Islam.

    I found this, i think their was some sort of commotion at the event when the sheikh was speaking.Alot of accusations by the sunni, actually he seems like a wahabi filled with hatred for shia.

    http://www.7cgen.com/index.php?showtopic=20482&st=0

  4. ramadhan kareem, and inshallah Allah SWT guides us alll to the right path.

    I have a quick question basically i follow grand ayatollah sistani and it's been announced that ayatollah sistani followers are starting ramadhan from the 14th the problem is i started fasting today with the niya of ramadhan which would mean that i would have kept an extra fast for the month of ramadhan, what should i do, can i change the niyya for my fast for the month of ramadhan to niyya for shaaban or what. I will carry on fasting inshallah but i don't know whether to keep the extra fast because that would make 31.

  5. (salam)

    I was on duas.org and came across some very effective prayers for thursday which provide much rewards for people praying them. I got really excited looking at the prayers because of the amount of sawab they have but i have a problem. I understand them as it states what to read in each rakat but what would the intention be when reading the thursday prayers for example if the prayer is six rakats should i say i am reading 6 rakat thursday prayer kurbatan ilallah. Also theres's a Prayer for Thursday evening so when i'm doing the intention do i state it's evening prayer.

    I've also got another question regarding the thursday prayer and i was hoping if someone could help me. There's a prayer for Thursday evening which states In every rakat after Surah Hamd recite Ayatul Kursi and Surah Kafiroon once each and Surah Tawheed thrice. The question i have is you know in obligatory namazes in the second rakat after reciting Surah Tawheed you do Qunut, for this namaz do i have do do qunut fo each of the times i read Surah Tawheed in the second rakat which would mean 3 times or do i just say it once. For example starting from Surah Tawheed in the second rakat

    Sura Ekhlas

    Takbiratul-Ehram

    Qunut

    Takbiratul-Ehram

    Sura Ekhlas

    Takbiratul-Ehram

    Qunut

    Takbiratul-Ehram

    Sura Ekhlas

    Takbiratul-Ehram

    Qunut

    Takbiratul-Ehram

    Ruku’e

    Is this the procedure to pray in the second rakat of the namaz. Sorry about how long the questions are it's just that i get alot of doubts when i pray namaz and i want to get no doubts when praying.

    salam)

  6. (salam)

    Would someone be able to explain to me the rules of nafilah namaz and what are the significance of praying these namazes. I also have a question regarding how many rakats the namazes are. Are they always 2 rakats nafilah namaz and what would the niyat be for example i pray 2 rakat nafilah namaz qurbatan illallah(would this be correct)

    wsalam

  7. (salam)

    I have a question regarding Friday juma prayer. If for example an emergency arises and you can't make the juma prayer, is zuhar prayer sufficient to pray. The reason i ask this is i've heard that juma prayer is wajib takyiree which means it's optional. Also if you can't make juma prayer then would the niyat for zuhar be wajib takyiree like you say for the juma prayer or just wajib.

  8. Assalamoalaikum

    Thank you so much for the replies but i'm still confused about the type of namaz i have to read for the amaal mentioned. Do i Pray 2 raka’t Namaz-e-Haajat and what would the niyat be and also CyShah would you be able to clarify to me in namaz-e- haajat what would i read, would it be the same as you stated for namaz-e-shukr. Like shown below.

    read AlHamd and Surah Ikhlas in the first raka'a and AlHamd and surah kafiroon in the second raka'a. In the ruko' and sujood of the first raka'a instead of Subhana rabbialadheem/alaa wa bihamdihi u would read SubhanAllahi wa shukran wa hamdan in each and in the second ruka'a you would replace this with SubhanAllah-histajaaba du'aee wa ataane masalati.

    And would this be the correct way to pray namaz-e-hajat.

    Wassalamu alaikum wr wb.

  9. Assalamoalaikum!

    Can someone tell me what namaz-e-shukr is and how you read it, including the niyat and what you say in each rakat. I came accross a website which has some effective duaas as i am looking for some duaas because i have my driving test this Friday and am really worried about failing and one of the websites stated that i should recite this duaa 100 times, preferably on Thursday, after praying 2 rakat salat, and 15 durood (salawat) before and at the end of this dua'a, and beseech the almighty Allah to fulfill your legitimate desires, wants and needs.

    BISMILLAAHIR RAHMAANIR RAHEEM

    ELAAHI KAYFA AD'OOKA WA ANAA ANAA WA KAYFA AQTA-O’ RAJAAEE MINKA WA ANTA ANTA ELAAHI IZ LAM AS-ALOKA FA-TOO-TEENEE FAMAN ZAL-LAZEE AS-ALOHU FAYO’TEENEE ELAAHI IZ LAM AD-OO’KA FA-TASTAJEEBO LEE FAMAN ZAL LAZEE AD-OO’HO FA YASTAJEEBO LEE ELAAHI IZ LAM ATAZARRA’ ELAYKA FA TARHAMONI FAMAN ZAL LAZEE ATAZARRA-O’ ELAYHE FA YARHAMONEE ELAAHI FAKAMAA FALAQTAL BAHRA LE MOOSAA A’LAYHIS SALAAMO WA NAJJAYTAHU AS-ALOKA AN TOSALLE A’LAA MOHAMMADIN WA AALE MOHAMMADIN WA AN TONAJJEYANEE MIMMAA ANAA FEEHE WA TAFARREJA A’NNEE FARAJAN A’AAJELAN GHAIRA AAJELIN BE FAZLEKA WA BE RAHMATEKA YAA ARHAMAR RAAHEMEEN.

    Know i'm not sure but when it says two rakat salat does it mean fujr salat or namaz-e-shukr if so how do i read it. And also if someone can clarify what time i should read the 2 rakat salat and dua for example in the morning, afternoon or magrib.

    Wassalamu alaikum wr wb.

  10. Salaam

    I've got a question about the niyat for reading fajr namaz. I used to read fajr namaz but i've stopped and i want to start again but i can't remember what the niyat is and i've heard that it's different from reading the other namazes for example when reading fajr salaat your meant to say wajib and then something else. I don't know myself and i want to start praying in the mornings so is there anyone that can help me on this matter.

  11. I was hoping if someone could just answer a few questions i have.

    The first question is when reciting tasbeeh, what is the niyat because i usually say i am reciting tasbee fatima zehra sunnat qurbatan illallah, i'm not sure if this is correct so if some one could tell me the correct niyat for reciting tasbeeh i would be really grateful.

    Also i have heard numerous times that in the ending of sura fatiha it is meant to be pronounced as waladaleen and not zaleen. My question is do you have to get the correct pronounciation like the quirat because someone told me that the way i say waladaleen it's wrong and i'm meant to say it with a strong D and not a soft one.

    Your replies would be very helpful to me.

    Thanx

  12. Salam.

    :) Thanks for the reply.

    I had another question regarding wudu. When performing wudu i usually take water in my left hand and wash from the right elbow down to the wrist, but i have recently found out that this is not the correct method and that you have to wash from the elbows down to the fingertips. Does this mean to wash from the elbows down to the fingers?

    Could someone pelase tell me the correct way of doing wudu. And will my namaz count because all these years i've been doing wudu the incorrect way.

    Also would someone be able to clarify what the niyat is for juma namaz.

    Your help will be much appreciated.

    Salam.

  13. Salam to everyone.

    I was hoping if someone could help make clear some doubts i have when praying namaz.

    and it will be very helpful to me if someone could help answer the questions below.

    1. What is the niyat for juma namaz?

    2.When saying the niyat i usually say it in my mind, is this correct?

    3.When going down into sajda are you meant to leave your eyes open or closed?

    3. In the first rakat of namaz after surah al fatiha, i have heard that you have to recite surah qadr. Is this correct?

    4. When praying namaz in jamat, what would the niyat be. Also when praying namaz in jamaat i always listen to the imam pray and stay silent and then in the third and fourth rakat i read sura fatiha silenty, is his correct. Is this how to read in jamaat?

    5. What is the niyat for fujr namaz?

    Any help will be much appreciated.

    Jazakallah.

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