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Through this Hadith "among" the children rights that the parents have to observe, are: 1- Choose a good name 2- Teach him to read and write 3- Take him a proper wife when becomes adult The Hadith is: رسولُ اللّه صلى‏ الله ‏عليه و ‏آله و سلّم : مِن حَقِّ الوَلَدِ على والِدِهِ ثَلاثَةٌ : يُحَسِّنُ اسمَهُ ، ويُعَلِّمُهُالكِتابَةَ ، ويُزَوِّجُهُ إذا ...


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The answer depends on the way of washing, which is one of two ways: washing in a container (with hands) washing in running water (includes washing machine) or pouring water on the cloth. In washing in a container, you must wash three times and squeeze in every time. In washing in running water, you have two cases depending on the sort of najasa, whether ...


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The well-known sunnah (al-sunnah al-mashhūra, Arabic: السنة المشهورة) continues to be used till today by Hanafi scholars to: establish rulings of the Hanafi jurisprudence, do tafsir of the Qur'an, decide on which Qur'an verses are abrogated introduce specificity (mukhaṣṣaṣ, Arabic: مخصص) to what is apparently generalized (mu'ammam, Arabic: معمم) ...


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You must know the difference about 2 things, Loan and debt . The both kinds have 1 common factor , interest is forbidden , however there is a big difference between the 2 kinds . First of all , the first kind is done as a good deed, to help someone out , as stated by this narrative ( من نفس عن مؤمن كربة من كرب الدنيا ,نفس الله عنه كربة من كرب يوم القيامة) ...


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Pray as you have seen me to pray My understanding is that Ar-Rasool (SAWS) made this statement in the company of his male companions. It was an order to them (all men), there were no women present. It cannot be applied to women. There are differences as Sister Rebecca points out. This question shows why it is important to study the Quran and Hadith with a ...


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As a new Muslim, I learned how to pray from a YouTube video entitled Women's prayer according to Qur'an and Sunnah. Turns out, I learned how to pray from a cute Hanafi girl. The video answers your question, and even addresses the exact hadith you mention: Some claim the hadith "pray as you have seen me praying" applies to women, however this is ...


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[Al-Baqarah 184] [Fasting for] a limited number of days. So whoever among you is ill or on a journey [during them] - then an equal number of days [are to be made up]. And upon those who are able [to fast, but with hardship] - a ransom [as substitute] of feeding a poor person [each day]. And whoever volunteers excess - it is better for him. But to fast is ...


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According to Shia Fiqh the criteria for how long and more precisely when the parents MUST pay for their children life and comfort and even similarly when the children MUST pay for their parents’ life and comfort is that they (the children or their parents) cannot earn their needs and need help for them. That is before I go to work and my parents let me study,...


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As far as I studied some well-established reference, and discussed with some scholars (yes, they are hanafi), (i'll update my answer asap i get hold onto related on-line reference) if you have no other feasible/safe way to store your money in a interest-based bank, you should take out the "riba" amount asap, to separate it from your halal money, use it ...


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If there is no hadith (or verse) that prohibits women to slaughter, then the general rule would be that a woman may slaughter animals. As the general rule in fiqh is that everything that is not proven haram, is by default halal (i.e not forbidden) But even though this is true, we do have some ahadith about a woman slaughtering: "Allah's Messenger went ...


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To supplement Kilise's answer. ان امراة، ذبحت شاة بحجر، فسيل النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم عن ذلك، فامر باكلها A lady slaughtered a sheep with a stone and then the Prophet (ﷺ) was asked about it and he permitted it to be eaten. — Sahih Bukhari, Book of Hunting Maliki: Tafsir Al Qurtubi on 5:3, (Qurtubi does not mention any difference on this ...


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In Hanafi fiqh, there are two general principles at play here: Goods bought with the express intention of resale are considered stock-in-trade, and thus zakatable. Goods bought with the express intention of keeping and/or using it, rather than selling it, are not considered stock-in-trade, and thus not zakatable. Your confusion lies in the fact that you're ...


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Well a friend of mine is Hanafi and he told me that abu Hanifa used to say that one should take any opportunity Allah gives you. This would mean you can pray Dohr and Assr as Jama' (joined- at the same time but as two different prayers) and qassr (shortened) (Dohr if you are still in your city should be done normally 4 Raka' and Assr 2 raka') and either you ...


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Muslims (not Islam) are categorized based on beliefs and Fiqh and each category claims to have the correct understanding of Islam. The cause of these differences is that each group relay of a collection of hadith and narrators and interpretation of Quran and consider other hadith and narrators and interpretations of Quran unreliable. About beliefs there is ...


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Initially, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) gave us gift of Quran and his Sunnah (in the form of Hadith). Now after him the issue of Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) rose. To resolve this, great Scholars of Islam took the initiative to define Islam, based on how Islam can be applied in the ever changing day to day life and different matters that come up, where clear cut ...


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According to the Hanafi madh'hab, any deferred Ramadan fasts need not be made up immediately, so long as they're made up before next Ramadan: There is no obligation to fast them before doing any other optional fasts. It must, however, be noted that dying before making up the Ramadan fasts (without a valid excuse) is considered sinful, which is not the case ...


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There is no difference between the way Men and women Pray, and what some of the Madhahib say in regards to the difference, there is no authentic/or there is no evidence supporting it. And the Hadith you mentioned in your question refers to all, both men and women. Sources: binbaz.com (In Arabic).


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Zakat is incumbent on any money that is kept in your possession, so long as it has reached the nisab (which is roughly $430 CAD as of this post; the amount fluctuates with silver/gold prices) for a full year. You do not pay a separate zakat on each of your individual accounts, you would calculate and pay your total zakat based on all of your accounts and ...


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There is no minimum age for nikah to be valid, though it is recommended by scholars that it shouldn't be contracted before puberty. The nikah of a minor will be valid when contracted by their guardians at any age, though it is consummated at puberty, and the two are given a choice to annul the nikah at puberty if it hasn't been done by their father or ...


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For the hanafi madhhab the tasleem is not considered a rukn (fard) but wajib (which might have the level of sunnah muakkadah or a bit more in other madhhabs). Some of their evidences is Alqamah said that Abdullah ibn Mas'ud caught hold of his hand saying that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) caught hold of his (Ibn Mas'ud's) hand and taught him the tashahhud ...


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Certainly this has a backup in the sunnah: When the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) stood to offer a voluntary prayer he would say: " Allahu Akbar Wajahtu wajhi lilladhi fataras-samawatiwal-arda hanifan musliman wa ma ana minal-mushrikin. Inna salati wa nusuki wa mahyaya wa mamati lillahi rabbil-alamin, la sharika lahu, wa bidhalika umirtu wa ana awwalul-muslimin. ...


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Bank notes are not assets (maal) themselves, they are legal tender, a representation of one's own assets. When the notes change hands, they represent something different from before the changing of hands. Thus, the bank notes themselves are not haram, but what they represent while in the possession of the person with a haram source of income are haram ...


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One of the ways zakat CAN be used is as a compensation of the service to the person collecting the zakat. Just like any other job, it will be considered as a payment. In some countries, it is institutionalized. This will make the institution self-sustaining and withstand coercion from other government departments. A rich person can choose to provide this ...


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This is the closest answer I can find: Narrated Abu Huraira, the Prophet (saw) said, "The dunya is a prison for the believer and Paradise for the kafir (disbeliever)," [Sahih Muslim, vol.4, #7058] Once when Imam Ibn Hajar al Asqalani, a famous scholar in the past who died in 852 AH, who wrote the commentary of Sahih al Bukhar entitled ‘Fath ...


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Even among the scholars who support purification of interest-based income there are strong arguments against disposing of the money toward such things as maintenance of masjid or in the cause of God: God is pure and loves pure things, so spending impure funds directly in His cause is hardly appropriate. As such, the first four options would be discouraged. ...


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It is not necessary to ask for forgiveness for that sin for the rest of the life, but one thing we have to keep in mind that that sin is not repeated again and our repentance should be whole hearted. InshaAllah , Allah will forgive us even if it is one time rather than asking for forgiveness often. http://harunyahya.com/en/Articles/17230/verses-of-the-qur%...


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I'd be skeptical on something that's "certified" sharia compliant because it's easy to manipulate some loophole. It's more on how and why you do it. In Islam, motive matters. Allah knows your intentions. If it's completely unpredictable, it's probably like gambling. If you have a good reason to expect a price to go where you want it to go or if you can ...


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It was narrated from ‘Aa’ishah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The Pen has been lifted from three: from the sleeping person until he wakes up, from the minor until he grows up, and from the insane person until he comes to his senses.” Narrated by Abu Dawood (4398), al-Nisaa’i (3432) and Ibn Maajah (2041); classed as saheeh ...


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Allah (swt) says, first let them know that you're upset, if they don't listen then refuse to fulfill their desires, if again they don't listen, then as a last resort strike them (to signify that this is the last straw). If all three does not change your wife's behavior, then you're advised to discuss divorce, and then divorce as a last option. ...But ...


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