What does salawat upon prophets mean?
Salawat from Muslims upon the prophets is like a prayer (i.e, asking to Allah) to lay peace and blessing upon them. It means that the one who offers it does believe that the prophet is really a prophet, he (the Muslim) believes in his (the prophet) prophecy that Allah gave him. It's a form of respect, as well.
No, it's not disrespectful.
The holy Quran was written by Sahabah (radya Allah 'anhum) to keep it from distortion. And we have "copies" (mushafs) because we (most of us) don't memorize the whole Quran, so we need a way to be able to read and learn it, there is no problem with putting marks while learning.
Also there are many mushafs that come with tafseer (...
I would say it is okay as long as you pay attention and listen to it.
وَإِذَا قُرِئَ ٱلۡقُرۡءَانُ فَٱسۡتَمِعُواْ لَهُ ۥ وَأَنصِتُواْ
لَعَلَّكُمۡ تُرۡحَمُونَ (٢٠٤)
When the Qur'an is read, listen to it with attention, and hold your
peace: that ye may receive Mercy. (7:204)
Surah Al Araaf, Ayah: 204
Listening to the Qur'an when going to sleep ...
Backbiting is permissible only for valid reasons approved by Shari`ah. These reasons are as follows:
It is permissible for an oppressed person to speak before the judge or someone in a similar position of authority to help him or her establish his or her rights by telling him `so-and-so wronged me and has done such and such to me' etc.
It is permissible to ...
Working as bartender/steward means in the end that part of your work is serving/transporting/selling alcohol - people doing this are cursed according to this hadith:
Al-Tirmidhi Hadith 2776 Narrated by Anas ibn Malik
Allah's Messenger (saws) invoked the curse of Allah on ten people in
connection with wine: the wine-presser, the one who has ...
There is nothing wrong with a Muslim listening to the Quran before going to sleep.
Indeed it is narrated in the saheeh Sunnah that the Remembrance of bedtime reading and listening verses (ayat) of the quran.
And listen to the Quran before sleeping and after
Leading to comfort of the hearts...
الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا وَتَطْمَئِنُّ قُلُوبُهُم بِذِكْرِ اللَّـهِ ...
Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa baraktuh,
Narrated Awn Ibn Abu Juhaifa
"My father said, I saw Bilal turning his face from side to side while
pronouncing the Adhan for the prayer."
"I saw the movement of his mouth from this side to that side upon
saying "Hayya 'alas-salah" and "Hayya 'alal-falah."
"I saw ...
Well you can answer:
Alaikum as-salam عليكم السلام
wa alaikum as-salam وعليكم السلام
Both are perfectly fine and good answers!
Also available are the singular forms:
'alaika as-salam عليك السلام
wa 'alaika as-salam وعليك السلام
and also to repeat with the same word
'alaika as-salam السلام عليك ... etc. all this five expressions can be ...
Common people may not issue the verdict of Kufr on a Muslim, unless he explicitly confirms it.
A Muslim may be described as "doing an action of Kufr" if that is clearly the case, but that does not make him a Kafir. An example of such an action would be to abandon praying completely.
To claim Kufr of a Muslim, an Islamic judge has to go through a number of ...
I have not fully understood your question but I will answer it to closest I can.
Salawat is the plural form of the word Salat which simply means ‘to call' as in prayer.
Salawat is mentioned in the holy Quran in surat al-ahzaab 33 verse 55 :
Indeed, Allah confers blessing upon the Prophet, and His angels [ask
Him to do so]. O you who have believed, ...
Manners of Eating and Drinking in Islam and its advantages:
"...eat and drink, but do not be wasteful, for God does not like the prodigals." [7:31].
The Holy Prophet (saww) said:
“Eat when you feel hungry, drink when you feel thirsty ... " (1)
He (saww) also said:
“Whoever eats little, will have a sound body and a pure heart, and whoever ...
1.Wearing Clothes that Covering the Aurat. cover the aurat is an absolute requirement that must be met before a woman out of the house or working at the office. Because Allah Almighty has said unequivocally in the Quran:
"O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves [part] of their outer garments....
To the best of my knowledge, although it is recommended to eat by the right hand, instead of left hand (and actually it is said that it is Makruh to eat by the left hand), but it doesn’t mean that it is a haram act to do so. Consequently there is no necessity for left-handed people to change their habit about that.
Of course, as a related helpful point, ...
Akhlaq is more emotional, it’s similar to the word morals, you know the difference between right and wrong, or you feel for others etc...
Adab is more of an action and how people perceive you as having good morals, it is related to etiquette, and behavior, rather than an emotional act.
There is more than one correct way of disposing writings which are considered holy. Based on your example, you are using the word 'Allah', this one word would be considered holy, while the rest of the text can be disposed of in any halal manner. To expand, any word or phrase using 'Allah' (Bismillah, Abdullah, etc.) would need to be treated in such a manner. ...
There is nothing in the sunnah that proves that talking while eating is Haram or anything else. On the other hand there are narrations which prove otherwise, where sometimes the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) spoke while eating. Like the time some meat was brought to him, he took a bite out of it the he said:
أَنَا سَيِّدُ النَّاسِ يَوْمَ ...
Some scholars feel that purifying ones own wealth by donating such money directly to the masjid is a bad idea, since the masjid is a house of God and should be built and maintained using only pure funds. Similarly, it shouldn't be used to print Qur'ans.
Rather it should be given to the poor and the needy, or any other charitable purpose. This is, I ...
There are a couple of different Islamic teachings that apply here, and you will have to balance them out:
Imitating other religions and participating in their rituals is forbidden(1).
Islam has its own rituals relating to eating which you should observe(2).
Islam enjoins ihsan (excellence) in all deeds, including in dealing with non-muslims, and that ...
Qur'an vs. Moshaf vs. pages of the moshaf
First you must distinguish between the Qur'an as the word of Allah () revealed to the prophet () and transmitted orally via narrator chains until this day. And the moshaf which is written a copy of the content of the Qur'an. Beside this the ruling that apply on a moshaf and pages of the moshaf can differ in fiqh.
Muslims should respect the Quran because according to Quran it is not a creature and or creator but Quran is word of Allah (کلام الله). Only respect it.
Also it is recommended to do not put Quran in the room you sleep or it is said do not put other book on Quran.
It is said by some scholars do not read Quran while sleeping. but none of them are Wajib (...
Asalamu wa alaikum,
Here is the Ayah you gave in your question:
And do not insult one another and do not call each other by [offensive] nicknames. Wretched is the name of disobedience after [one's] faith. Qur'an 49:11
Even though the Ayah has nothing to do with bad nicknames, the answer the Ayah, Wretched is the name of disobedience after [one's] faith. ...
I doubt it, There are a number of Hadiths showing the prophet making jokes, smiling, and having fun. None are heavily at the expensive of the other person's feelings and it seems that it is not required to ask for permission (although I think if the person shows or expresses discomfort then it would be best to respect that). Here is a couple of examples:
At this time, I cannot give the source but, in my Country, Indonesia,
Messengers and Angels get title Alaihi sallam (AS.), Except Rasulullah Muhammad who get Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam (SAW.)
The Companions and around them get Radhiallahu anhu (RA.).
First as Mariam is a female name you should consider to use the feminine form:
رضي الله عنها (Radia Allahu 'anha)
عليها السلام ('alayha as-Salam)
Then radia Allahu 'anha or 'anhu (or rahimahu Allah) could be said about anybody you want to which them well, sahaba, tabi'yn, scholars, teachers, parents ... (see this Fatwa in Arabic)
And 'alayha as-...
First, to the last part...
If they're vessels (like cups and spoons), they're clearly forbidden in the various authentic ahadeeth.
Now to the main part about other than utensils...
Let us first recall the hadeeth from Saheeh al-Bukhaari:
Al-Halaalu Bayyin, wal-harramu bayyin...
الحلال بيّن والحرام بيّن...
The hadeeth basically explains that the ...
It's ok to do this as it was narrated that there was nothing prevents the prophet from (reciting) Quran except for Janabah:
لَمْ يَكُنْ يَحْجُبُهُ عَنِ الْقُرْآنِ شَىْءٌ لَيْسَ الْجَنَابَةَ
" Nothing would prevent him from (reciting) Qur'an except Janabah."
BUT: you should not do that, as you should show ...
In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful
Briefly speaking, typically, the first person who intends to say hello (as a greeting), he or she says:
But the second one who want to reply to his or her Salam, tells:
Alaikum/Alaika Salam (which demonstrates being the second part who is
saying back his/her hello