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Using emoticons

Scholar: ´Allâmah Zayd bin Muhammad al-Madkhalî


Reference: Darulhadith, Sweden

Question: What is the ruling on smilies on computers that are used when brothers chat with each other? These symbols represent ones expressions; to press on a happy smiley symbolizes happiness and to press on a sad smiley symbolizes agitation.

‘Allâmah Zayd bin Muhammad al-Madkhalî: These emoticons are baseless in the Sharî’ah. There is no need of embodied figures except in need, which it (this situation) isn’t. Thus, these smilies are baseless. If these two persons are in need of each other, they can speak via some other method. As for smilies that stand for happiness and anger, then they do not belong to the methodology of Ahl-us-Sunnah wal-Jamâ’ah.

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February 12, 2015 Leave a comment

Amazing Dawah story – Shaykh Abdur
Razzaq Al Badr

Shaykh Abdur Razzaq Al Badr narrates a
personal story and he says the following:
Some years ago I was beside a man, and we
were in the Masjid. We had prayed the Maghrib
prayer and then we sat. I was sitting and I did
not know the person next to me, he was from
some country.
He spread his hands and began to make Dua, in
reality his Dua had an effect upon me because I
did not hear the words he was saying but I could
only hear his crying, he was crying and he had a
tremendous amount of humility in his crying.
So his humility and crying had an effect upon
me, then he raised his voice while making Dua,
and behold, he was making Dua to the
Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be
upon him), instead of making Dua to Allah.
He was saying, increase me O Messenger of
Allah, aid me O Messenger of Allah, he spread
his hands and was making Dua to the
Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be
upon him).
I had been moved by this man, I was affected by
the humility of this man his Dua,but then it
became clear that this man his humility in his
Dua was for other than Allah.
So I began to speak with him in a gradual
manner, making small talk with him, saying
some kind words to him, asking him about his
health, children, family, just ask him about
different things and then I said to him that Dua is
great, and the status of Dua is tremendous, and
the need for it is overwhelming, and Dua is the
opening for all good, so I began mentioning to
him the virtues of Dua.
Then I carried on the conversation by
mentioning some verses, that show the
falsehood of supplicating to other than Allah,
and I mentioned a great number of verses, along
with some Hadeeth. And some of the verses I
mentioned to him were:
And who is more astray than he who
invokes besides Allah those who will not
respond to him until the Day of
Resurrection, and they, of their invocation,
are unaware.[46:5]
And also:
Say, “Invoke those you have claimed [as
gods] besides Him, for they do not possess
the [ability for] removal of adversity from
you or [for its] transfer [to someone else].”
After mentioning the verses and the Ahadeeth I
wanted to be sure if he had understood it or not,
so I said to him: ”What is your opinion on what I
The man said to me: ”You are asking me what is
my opinion? These are verses from the Quran
and these are Ahadeeth, and you ask what is my
opinion? There is no opinion, these are the
speech of Allah and His Messenger.”
But I wanted to be more conviced, did he
understand or not?, so I said to him: ”’Well you
know, I heard you making dua to the messenger,
so how do you apply the verses of the quran and
the hadeeth? Which are very clear and contradict
that which you were doing.”
He said to me: ”I am from such and such a
country, I am from this country and no one has
ever told me this before, but this speech that you
have told me is clear.”
Then the Shaykh explained to the audience that
some people are close to accepting the truth, but
they need for you to explain it to them, so if you
read the verses of Allah to them and the
Ahadeeth, and explain it to them and are clear
with them, then by Allah’s permission they will
return to that which is correct.

Look At those below you!!

February 8, 2015 1 comment

Look at those below you and do not look at those above you!

Shaykh Saalih ibn Fawzaan al-Fawzaan, حفظه الله

On the authority of Abee Hurayrah, رضي الله عنه, who said: The Messenger of Allaah, ﷺ, said:

“Look at those who are beneath you and do not look at those who are above you, for it is more suitable that you should not consider as less the blessing of Allaah.”

[Saheeh Bukhaaree, 6490, abridged & in Saheeh Muslim, 2963, in its completion]

A person should not long for this dunyaa (world). Nor should he be troubled by what falls upon him of calamities. He should be patient and seek his reward with Allaah.

Whether he is poor, sick or suchlike. The dunyaa is a place of trials! He should therefore not be troubled due to that which falls upon him regarding trials and tribulations.

That which makes this easier is that which the Prophet (ﷺ) referred to in this narration:

“Look at those who are beneath you and do not look at those who are above you, for it is more suitable that you should not consider as less the blessing of Allaah.”

The poor one should therefore look towards the one who is even poorer than him and not look at the one who is richer. If Allaah had willed, then he would have made you just as poor as the one who has absolutely nothing! Not even his daily provision! You are in a better situation than him.

Praise Allaah for this and do not look at the rich. Because this will lead you to feel dissatisfaction with Allaah and displeasure with the predestination of Allaah. You will say:

“Why am I like him and not like the rich?”

This is the meaning of denying the favours you have. However, when you look at those under you, then this will motivate to (showing) gratitude. Because your situation is better than those of many other people. The one who is healthy looks at the one who is sick and thanks Allaah for his health. The sick one looks to the one who is even sicker and thanks Allaah for his lesser illness.

This therefore, is a great principle.

“Look at those who stand at a lower level than you…”

With regards to money, health and all other matters. Except in matters of worship! In the matters of worship, then do not look at those below you! Do not look at the layabout and the one who falls short. Rather, look at the pious and those with taqwa so that you may imitate them.

Therefore, in the matters of worship you do not look at the one who is below you. On the contrary; look at those who are above you in Deen! Why not be like him? Why not follow the pious? Why not follow the scholars and students of knowledge? When you are a student of knowledge, then do not be content with what you have of knowledge; gather more knowledge since you are still living. This unlike matters pertaining to the dunyaa.

[Sharh Buluugh ul-Maraam, Part. 6, Pgs. 157-159]


February 7, 2015 Leave a comment

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝The slave of Allaah cannot actualize ‘You are the One that we worship’ except with two principles: one of them is following the Messenger and the second is having sincerity (Ikhlaas) for the one worshipped.❞

[‘Tahdeeb al-Madrij’ (No. 68) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝Sincerity for Allaah is that a person’s intent is for Allaah and intends everything for Him, causing fountains of wisdom to spring up from his heart on to his tongue.❞

[‘an-Naboowaat’ (No. 147) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝Whenever the sincerity of the slave of Allaah strengthens, his worship becomes more complete.❞

[‘al-Fatawa’ (10/198) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝In relation to the amount of Tawheed a slave has for his Lord, and his sincerity for the religion for Allaah is the amount he is deserving of the generosity of Allaah upon him, from intercession and other things.❞

[‘As-Sarim al-Monkey’, (No. 390) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Rajab [رحمه الله] said:

❝A person does not show his actions to the creation, except due to his ignorance of the Greatness of the Creator.❞

[‘Kalimat ul-Ikhlaas’, (No. 31) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝Ikhlaas cannot be achieved except after having Zuhud, and there is no Zuhud except after having Taqwa, and Taqwa is following the commands (of Allaah and His Messenger) and keeping away from prohibitions.❞

[‘al-Fatawa’, (1/94) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Rajab [رحمه الله] said:

❝Strive today in implementing Tawheed, since there is nothing that will deliver you to Allaah except Tawheed. Also, be eager in fulfilling its rights, since there is nothing that can save you from the fire except Tawheed.❞

[‘Kalimat ul-Ikhlaas’, (No. 54) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝Whoever is sincere in regards to the actions of the Deen, which he does for Allaah, then he is from the pious Awliyah of Allaah.❞

[‘al-Fatawa’, (1/8) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝If you correct your hidden deeds subsequently Allaah will correct your outward deeds.❞

[‘al-Fatawa’, (3/277) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝Having the correct understanding of the Deen is light which Allaah throws into the heart of the slave of Allaah, which is increased by having the Taqwa of Allaah and having good intent.❞

[‘Ilaam al-Muaq’een’, (1/69) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝Ikhlaas is the way to salvation, Islaam is the ship to safety and
Emaan is the seal of security.❞

[‘Dar miftah as-Sa’ada’, (1/74) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝Certainly the strength of Yusuf’s sincerity [عليه سلم] was stronger than the beauty of Azeez’s wife, stronger than her allure, and his want for her.❞

[‘al-Fatawa’, (10/602) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝The heart of the truthful person is filled with the light of truth and he
has the light of Emaan.❞

[‘Madarij as-Salikeen’, (2/282) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝The sincere person is fortified by Allaah due to his worship of Him Alone, intending his Face Alone. He has humility for Him Alone, and hope in Him Alone, requesting from Him Alone, submissiveness for Him Alone and has a dire need of Him Alone.❞

[‘Madarij as-Salikeen’, (2/202) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝There is nothing that drives away the afflictions of this world except Tawheed. That is why the supplication of the distressed person is with Tawheed. Such as, the supplication of Yunus. The distressed person does not supplicate by what Yunus supplicated with except that Allaah releases him from his hardship with Tawheed.

There is nothing more gruesome for the distressed person except shirk, and there is nothing that can rescue you from it except Tawheed, it is the refuge for the creation, its shelter, its fortress and its aid.❞

[‘al-Fawaid’, (No. 96)  | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Rajab [رحمه الله] said:

❝The reward is doubled in accordance with one perfecting his Islaam and with his perfecting the strength of Ikhlaas, in that action.❞

[‘Jama’ al-Aloom’, (2/316) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝If a benefit could be achieved from an action performed without
Ikhlaas, then Allaah would not have criticised the hypocrites.❞

[‘al-Fawaid’, (No. 65) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝Without doubt al-Ikhlaas negates the reason for entering into the Fire, therefore, who ever enters the fire, from those who said: ‘‘la illah ila Allaah’ (there is none worthy of worship except Allaah)’ then this is proof that he never implemented the sincerity of ‘‘la illah ila Allaah’’ which would have prohibited him from the fire.❞

[‘al-Fatawa’, (10/261) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Rajab [رحمه الله] said:

❝If the slave of Allaah perfects his Tawheed and his sincerity for Allaah and he establishes / fulfills all its conditions with his heart, and his tongue and his limbs then forgiveness for his past sins becomes obligatory.❞

[‘Jama’ al-Aloom’, (2/417) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝Fitnah continues upon the heart, except if the Deen of the slave is completely for Allaah.❞

[‘al-Fatawa’, (10/545) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝Without doubt, the sincere person has tasted the sweetness of his worship for Allaah, this is what stops him from performing worship for other than Allaah, since there is nothing more sweet or more blessed for the heart than the sweetness of Emaan in Allaah the Lord of the worlds.❞

[‘al-Fatawa’, (10/215) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝The different grades of doing actions for Allaah are in relation to what is in the heart from Emaan, sincerity, love and that what follows them.❞

[‘al-Waabil as-Sayib’, (No. 22) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝Sincerity is not combined in the heart along with the love of being praised by the people, and being commended by them, and also having greed for what the people have, except like water being combined with fire.❞

[‘al-Fawaid’, (No. 267)  | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝Ikhlaas and Tawheed are a tree in the heart. Its branches are good actions. Its fruits are a good life in this world, and eternal comfort in the Hereafter, and just like in Paradise the fruits whose supply is not cut off, nor are they out of reach, likewise are the fruits of Tawheed and Ikhlaas in this world.❞

[‘al-Fawaid’, (No. 292) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝An action done without Ikhlaas and without following the Messenger is like a traveler whose sock becomes filled with sand, which weighs him down, and has no benefit.❞

[‘al-Fawaid’, (No. 89) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn al-Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:

❝Allaah loves from His slave that he beautifies his tongue with the truth, and his heart with Ikhlaas and love, turning repentantly and reliance upon Allaah.❞

[‘al-Fawaid’, (No. 327) | Abbas Abu Yahya]

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Ibn Taymiyāh [رحمه الله] said:

❝Having sincerity for the Deen of Allaah is the foundation of justice,
likewise committing Shirk with Allaah is a great injustice.❞

[‘al-Fatawa’, (1/87) | Abbas Abu Yahya]


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