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Aliya 16

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  1. Salam What is the correct time to break ones fast? As some Shia's and all Sunni's break fast when sunset is shown signitifically, I.e if you Google time of sunset this is the time they break fast. But some Shia believe this is incorrect and you have to wait later till the last thread of the sun disappears. What are your thoughts plz and which teachings do you follow? Also if your going a way from home, what distance must it be before you are not supposed to fast? Thank you and appreciate your responses.
  2. Thank you all for your responses. Alhamdulillah I'm fasting and performing my saalat daily. I asked as I know someone is doing this. They know they should be praying and are able to pray but have not prayed in so long and so got into a bad habit which they can't seem to break. But they choose to fast everyday. Everything everyone has said makes perfect sense. I personally believe and feel that without prayer your fasting should not count. After all women cannot fast when their on their cycle. Why is this? Surely it's because you cannot pray if your unclean and if you cannot pray then you cannot fast. The two go hand in hand. May Allah accept all your good deeds this month..
  3. Hi I would like to know if your fast still counts if you do not do the daily prayer? If anyone has a Ayah in the Qur'an etc that makes the answer clear. Thank you.
  4. Thank you for this link. Found it very informative. Do you know if there is a utube or TV channel of this show ? Love to see other topics they discuss. Thank you.
  5. Salam Can anyone please explain what the interpretation of the Sura An-Nisa? Especially this part : An-Nisa' 4:34 ٱلرِّجَالُ قَوَّٰمُونَ عَلَى ٱلنِّسَآءِ بِمَا فَضَّلَ ٱللَّهُ بَعْضَهُمْ عَلَىٰ بَعْضٍ وَبِمَآ أَنفَقُوا۟ مِنْ أَمْوَٰلِهِمْۚ فَٱلصَّٰلِحَٰتُ قَٰنِتَٰتٌ حَٰفِظَٰتٌ لِّلْغَيْبِ بِمَا حَفِظَ ٱللَّهُۚ وَٱلَّٰتِى تَخَافُونَ نُشُوزَهُنَّ فَعِظُوهُنَّ وَٱهْجُرُوهُنَّ فِى ٱلْمَضَاجِعِ وَٱضْرِبُوهُنَّۖ فَإِنْ أَطَعْنَكُمْ فَلَا تَبْغُوا۟ عَلَيْهِنَّ سَبِيلًاۗ إِنَّ ٱللَّهَ كَانَ عَلِيًّا كَبِيرًا Men are in charge of women by [right of] what Allah has given one over the other and what they spend [for maintenance] from their wealth. So righteous women are devoutly obedient, guarding in [the husband's] absence what Allah would have them guard. But those [wives] from whom you fear arrogance - [first] advise them; [then if they persist], forsake them in bed; and [finally], strike them. But if they obey you [once more], seek no means against them. Indeed, Allah is ever Exalted and Grand. The translation in English comes from a Arabic / English translation of Qur'an. But is this translation truly correct? What does it mean by husband is in charge of the women ? What context does it mean a women should be obedient to the husband? Please let me know your thoughts and true translation of this Sura as this is the Sura alot of men turn to when they try to justify teaching their wife a lesson. They stop talking to her, leave the bed and / or not her in justification of this Sura. For instance if a man gas done something to upset the women and she chooses to show her disapproval and not speak to him, does that mean she's not been obedient to the man ? Marriage is about treating each other with kindness and showing respect by ways. Like to hear your interpretation of this Sura and your thoughts. Thank you.
  6. Thank you for your reply. Correction his name is Ali Gomaa and he was an Egyptian Islamic scholar. Known world wide. Two years ago he passed this fatwa. Search it and see what you think. There is alot of debate on this topic and wondered if more Islamic scholars looked into it further and possibly pass a fatwa. I would appreciate a link of the person you speak of. Thank you.
  7. Salam I'm looking at the reasons why dogs are not permitted to live in the home of a muslim. There seems to be a split view and last year a sunni ayatullah Mufti Ali Gomaa made a new fatawa stating dogs are pure and not unclean. Is there any shia ayatullah who has done the same? If not, how can muslims push for this topic to be revisited and possibly a new fatawa made. Appreciate your thoughts on this and any knowledge/ thoughts on the sunni ayatullah that made this fatwa on dogs. Thank you.
  8. Thank you for your replies. Can I ask please Abu Hadi is emtionally abuse ( which I consider not talking to children under the age of 12) as abuse, is this allowed in Islam? Is there any hadiths / teachings about this ? You state the man has the last say with how he disciplines the children with some input from the mother. Where does it state this? Surely both should agree on the method of discipline? What is a mothers role than if she feels the man is too strict and harsh with his kids? She needs to reassure the children they are being protected by her. My husband follows teachings from Sayyed Fadlullah but I cannot get any information from their teachings about this.
  9. Salam brothers and sisters I have researched online and any Islamic books of answers to what are the teachings of discipline of a child in Islam. Is it wrong for a mother or father to physically or emtionally punish a child? In particular what is the Islamic teachings about disciplining children? Is discipline different at a older age? Can a father punish his children physically or emtionally? Is this mentioned in the quran or any teachings on how to deal with or discipline children? For instance young children who misbehave, if the father as a way of punishment chose to not speak to the children for days or even weeks, even when the children have apologised for their behaviour and continue to respect their father by greeting him when he comes from work etc but he chooses to not speak to them to punish them. Does Islam allow this behaviour from a father? As surely the children are being emotionally abused by such act and may have long term detriment on their well being. Also in Islam, does the father have the role of choosing how to discipline his children or should it not be a joint role by father and mother ? Some fathers seem to believe the mother should not have a say or interfere on how he chooses to discipline the children. Is this correct in Islam even if the mother feels the father is too harsh and cruel in his methods? Is it also correct for the husband to use physical punishment to the wife over things that have upset him and also use the method of not talking to her for days/weeks to punish her and to make sure she does what he wants? What does Islam say of such behaviour? My understanding from the quran is for the first 7 years of a child's life , no punishment must be used. But not clear what happens if child is a little older than this. Can a father or mother physically or emtionally hurt the child to teach them a lesson? Or should less harsh methods be used to teach a child? I understand many scholars say that you must treat a child with love and care and even if child misbehaves, must not be harsh in your behaviour or use language that will hurt the child. Am I right in stating this? Also confusion of the verse in the quran which some say a wife must obey the husband and he has the last say whereas other interpretation state this is not the case. Verse means man needs to support the wife etc. Anyone know of any verses in the quran or imams teachings about such a topic ? Any lectures or reading material online ? Also if someone knows of a good English speaking muslim marriage councelling in the London area either via email, phone or person, please message me with details. Thank you. Wasalam
  10. Thank you all for your replies. I shall take them all on board and hopefully it will go well. Wish me luck!!
  11. Salam All My sons teacher has asked me to come into class and speak to the children about Eid next week. My son is 6 years of age and his class is mainly white, so they have very limited knowlodge about Islam. I hate giving talks etc, but am keen to do this as my son is sooo excited and I have gone into school when he was in Reception year and spoke to the kids about Eid, but they were alot younger and it was really easy. Now they are older, I am not quite sure how much detail to tell them etc or how to start the talk? Please if you can help me with ideas on what to say to the children that would be great. Not sure what questions they may ask, any idea? Anyone done something like this? I would like to take something in for the kids, but not sure what? Just want the kids to celebrate with us, any ideas? Thank you in advance NoorHanan
  12. Thank you all for your replies. All very good replies. Have replied to him, but he clearly does not what to know the true. No point wasting time on people like that. Alhamdulliah can only try and can now say I have tried. Thank you again. Hanna
  13. On another forum I received this reply from a sunni: "Not when these differences involve making du'aa to other than Allah. There are many times where differences simply cannot be accepted. We cannot for example agree with the extremists of the Shi'a who claim that the Qur'an is incomplete and there is a hidden 'Qur'an of Fatimah', or those who say Jibreel betrayed Allah and went to Muhammad instead of 'Ali to grant him Prophethood, or those who make du'aa to 'Ali, or those who cut their children and soak them in blood on 'Ashura. I am sure that if you do not believe these above things, that we cannot just smile and get along and accept these differences. If we accept these, really what's stopping us from accepting the differences of the Jews and Christians?" This person clearly does not know what they are talking about. Wonder if I can get some help in replying to this person, without being rude or anything but more to educate him. Any help appreciated. Thank
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