Our Prophet (pbuh) wanted to show us how much the marriage is important. But you have to mention that no marriage always is better than a bad marriage. It is better you search to find a proper girl to marry. Love is important and also is a two way street not a one way!
As far as I can find out, it's not mandatory (wajib).
It is better for the imam to limit Qunoot to times of calamity,
following the example of the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings
of Allaah be upon him), as it was proven that Abu Maalik al-Ash’ari
said: “I said to my father, ‘O my father, you prayed behind the
Messenger of Allaah (peace ...
It is Wajib to reply “Salam-on-Alaikum”?
Yes, it is Wajib (mandatory) to reply that. Actually, based on the narration: it is Mustahab (recommended) to start by Saying Salam, but it is Wajib to reply that.
This narration is related to the following book:
(Kolaini, muhammad ibn Yaqub, al-Kafi, volume 2, page 644 ...) .
کلینی، محمد بن یعقوب، الکافی، ...
According to Shia, with respect to the Holy Qur'an (Ale-Emran : 97) (as a view of Shiism), the purpose of the Isteta'a (الاستطاعه) (affording to do it) is related to the following items:
1: having the financial ability,
2: having the health and sufficient power of body
3: having the safe path (besides the way be open)
4: having sufficient ...
(Disclaimer: The Hadith presented below are mostly quoted from Sunni Sources. So, follow them at your own interest.)
Apart from virtues of reading Qur'an, which are plenty, there are Hadith which suggest recital of Qur'an as a highly recommended act. E.g. Sunan Ibn Majah Chapter No: 7, 1343 and Chapter No: 1, 217.
As, Sayyid said (although his answer looks ...
Notice that..., and actually the 2 major schools in Islam (Shia and Sunni) are not very different from each other. Actually both of the schools of thought are very similar.
The major differences seen between the two schools of thought, is of Jurisprudence. You have to remember, having difference of opinion on Jurisprudence does not mean one is doing a Sin. ...
First of all, in order to answer your question in short, you should be aware that it is not a mandatory (wajib) act for people or Muslims to get married. About the hadith that you showed
Nikah is from sunna, so whosever turns away from my Sunnah, then he is
not from me
It doesn't mean that Prophet Muhammad meant it as a wajib act. So it can show the ...
Witr Prayer is Wajib according to Hanafi school of thought. In a renowned Fiqh Hanafi Book Hidayah it is said like this:
الوتر واجب عند أبي حنيفة رحمه الله
Witr is Obligatory, According to Abu Hanifa (R.A)
Reference: Hidaya, Book 1, Page 66, Published: Beirut.
According to Imam Shafa'i, Imam Malik and Imam Ahmad, Witr Prayer is ...
As a Muslim you can advise someone or remind someone but you cannot make someone. Your job is to invite. If you have good intentions, use different methods to get people to pray then you have done your part. Sometimes your steadfastness is the best dawah.
There are five fard (obligatory) prayers in Sunni Islam:
You have to offer perfectly the five compulsory prayers in a day and night (24 hours), unless you want to pray Nawafil.
Sahih al-Bukhari 1891
In the Hanafi madhhab, witr (among other prayers) are considered sunnah muakkadah (SeekersHub), which is defined as:
It is that Sunnah which [Prophet ...
Yes any prayer in praise are permissible. Those are some of prayer that the prophet Mohamed usually used in Salah
1- DOUA ISTIFTAH after TAKBIRET AL IHRAM, (after you said alahou akbar and start the prayer and before you start el FATIHA)
Oh God separate between me and my sins as you separated between the east and west,
Oh God cleans me of my sins as ...
I was wondering why no one has asked this question while the Hajj season is upon us.
I had the same exact question and wanted to know when the time is.
Here's my findings, please double check.
Firstly, if you have enough money to acquire gold that could have helped you make hajj then it's already time. A person is supposed to save with ...
No it isn't mandatory. It is a good sunna in most madhabs and abrogated according to some others because of the hadith:
Abu Salama b. Abd al-Rahman b. 'Auf heard Abu Huraira say:
(When) Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) (wished to invoke curse or blessing on
someone, he would do so at the end) of the recitation in the dawn
prayer, when he had pronounced ...