Objectives: Recall the main parts of the marriage ceremony and consider the importance of marriage in Islam. Marriage is a legal union between a man and woman without which they cannot be together. The Prophet [read on…]
Issues which arise after the time of Revelation for which there is no specific text: Al-Masālih Al-Mursalah and how Islam is applicable in every age.
All praise is due to Allah, Lord of all existence. May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon the Messenger Muhammad, his family, his Companions and all those who follow his Sunnah precisely. Al-Masālih [read on…]
The word ‘Christmas’ means ‘mass of Christ’ which later became shortened to ‘Christ-mass’. It was the Roman Catholic Church who spread the term among other Christian denominations and non-Christians. So where did the Catholic Church [read on…]
Objectives: Consider the importance both of the Muslim lifestyle, and of living as part of a community. The importance of the Muslim lifestyle: In Islam, it is not enough just to believe, even though beliefs [read on…]
Objectives: Explain how the Muslim community shows respect for each other and carries out its religious duties and good actions. Respect: Every Muslim has rights given to them by Allah. Other Muslims have a duty [read on…]
Lesson 3 All Praise is due to Allāh, we praise Him, seek His aid and His Forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allāh from the evils of our souls and the evils of our actions. Whomsoever [read on…]
Lesson 2 All Praise is due to Allāh, we praise Him, seek His aid and His Forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allāh from the evils of our souls and the evils of our actions. Whomsoever [read on…]
Objectives: Explain and illustrate what is meant by hijab and the importance of this to Muslims. Terms: Modesty: A humble, unpretentious manner or appearance. Hijāb: A term often used to mean scarf or outer garment that [read on…]
Download the PDF here. Objectives: Consider and understand Muslim attitudes to alcohol and other intoxicants. Allah stated: “O you who believe, indeed, intoxicants (khamr), gambling, sacrificing on stone alters to other than Allah, and divining [read on…]
“I am going to India for the purpose of da’wah. If they see me raising my voice with the āmeen and raising my hands in the prayer, they’ll say: ‘This is a Wahābī’…” Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Ibraheem advises.
The noble Shaikh, Sālih Ibn ‘Abdul-‘Azīz Ālush-Shaikh said: “One of the callers to Islam wrote a letter to my grandfather, the eminent scholar, Muhammad Ibn Ibrāheem Ālush-Shaikh (رحمه الله) which included the following: “I am [read on…]