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The Ruling on Praying in Tight Pants That Expose the Awrah – Shaikh Ibn ul-‘Uthaymeen

Question: Oh Virtuous Shaikh! Many congregants who wear pants [during the prayer],  while in the position of prostration or bowing their awrah uncovers from above and they do not know that. So what is the ruling on that? Answer: “There is no doubt that by wearing pants something will be missed in the prayer. First: complete tranquility while sitting [will be missing]. So…

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The Ruling on Joining an Islamic University and One’s Parents are Not Pleased – Shaikh Abdul-Muhsin al-‘Abbad

Question: Some students leave studying medicine and engineering and other than it from the colleges and join the Islamic university. Their families are not pleased with that. So is that considered disobedience? What is your advice? Answer: “This is not disobedience because if a person goes to seek knowledge, learn the truth, act upon it, and call towards it, then…

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The Ruling on Praying Tahajjud and Taraweeh on the Last Ten Nights of Ramadan – Shaikh al-Albani

Questioner: What happens nowadays, oh Shaikh, in Ramadan in the last ten nights of shortening the prayer. The Qiyam prayer in the first part of the night and a Qiyaam in the last part of the night. This has become a continuous order/system? Shaikh: Innovaion Questioner: Alright, how should it be? That is if we wanted to establish the Sunnah and…

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The Ruling on Working in a Store that Sells Merchandise that Has Pictures – Shaikh Abdul-Muhsin al-‘Abbad

Question: A man works in a store and items that have pictures are sold in this store. So what is upon this worker [i.e. what should he do]? Answer: “Theses pictures are from what the people have been afflicted with and some canned goods have pictures. So the likes of this are from what the affliction has overcome. So there is…

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Islamic Research

The Ruling on Accepting a Wage For Poetry

The Scholars differed on whether it is permissible to accept a wage for poetry. It is stated in Mawsoo’ah al-Fiqhiyyah: “Some of the Jurists have taken the opinion that earning from poetry is from the filthy wages and the unlawful [earning]” [26/121] Imam al-Qurtubi rahimahullah said: “Also In the Saheeh on the authority of Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri (may Allah be…

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