1. The assassination of Caliph Umar bin Khattab was carried out by Abu-Luluah, who is considered a hero by the Shia who honour him with the title “Baba Shujjah-e-deen”, which can be translated as “Honoured Defender of Religion.” Today, millions of Shia visit his grave in Iran, and distribute sweets/sweetmeats celebrating the anniversary of the assassination of the second Caliph of Islam.
2. The Shia of Kufa would betray and mutiny against both Hasan and Hussain, eventually leading Hussain to his death. And Hussain’s grandson, Zayd, would also be betrayed by the disloyal Shia and was killed due to this treachery.
3. The very first time the Muslims had to pay the Jizya tax to the Kufaar was when the Muslims faced betrayal by the Shia in the East. They were forced to pay protection money to the Byzantine Empire. Had the Shia not betrayed the…
There were several changes made in the obligation of fasting.
Initially, the fast of `aashura (10th of Muharram) was fardh (compulsory).
Thereafter, three days, 13th, 14th and 15th (ayyam-e-beedh) of every month were made fardh.
Thereafter, the fasting of any one month of the year was made fardh.
Finally, the month of Ramadhaan was fixed as the month of fasting but with certain restrictions that are as follows:
Fasting would commence the moment one slept after sunset (one was not allowed to eat or drink even if he awoke during the night). The following verse was revealed abrogating this restriction in Surah Baqarah : and eat and drink until the white thread (light) of dawn appears to you distinct from the black thread (darkness of night) [2:187].
A person also had the choice of fasting or paying…
A husband can never rape his wife. when a man marries a woman and pays her mahr, she becomes lawful for him. If she refuses conjugal relations in spite of being in his nikah and after having accepted the mahr, then the la’nat (curse) of Allah and the malaaikah descend on her. The laws of the kuffaar are satanic. A woman who denies conjugal relations to her husband is termed naashizah (grossly disobedient). She is not entitled to receive maintenance from her husband. The case of husband- rape in America is a reflection of the corruption and immorality of kufr society.
If a Muslim’s wife refuses to have conjugal relations with her husband without valid shar’i reason, e.g. she is not sick, then he is allowed to force himself on her. However, living in a kufr country one should be careful of being charged for statutory rape. If the woman is of such a low degree of imaan that she will not hesitate to report the matter to the police. If she is such a woman, then the best course would be to divorce her. When a wife refuses to fulfil the rights of the marriage and refuses to permit conjugal relations, then it is no use living with such a woman. This advice of divorce is given if it has become the practice of the woman to refuse conjugal relations. Howerer, if her refusal is an occasional thing, one should not take drastic steps.
All praise is due to Allah, The One Who helped His slave, and uplifted His religion.
(Musnad Ahmad bin Hanbal; this is RasulAllah’s صل الله عليه وسلم supplication at the death of abu jahl.)
Alhamdulillah, buckingham palace suffered a tragedy today. An exceptionally ugly, rotten human-swine, with no noor, but rather hellish darkness on his face, an imam of kufr, left this temporal world and made his way to the scorching fire of hell, where he shall find no helper or succor and stay therein unceasingly. While those who love and revere him are sorrowful, we thank Allah immensely for their sorrow, and beseech Him to destroy all that is sacred, holy, and reverent to them, and to annihilate them.
The filthy swines in the skins of lambs masquerading as “orthodox Muslim scholars” would have started crawling out of their holes…
إن الفساق هم أهل النار قيل: يا رسول الله، ومن الفساق؟ قال: النساء قال: رجل يا رسول الله، أولسن أمهاتنا، وأخواتنا، وأزواجنا؟ قال: بلى، ولكنهم إذا أعطين لم يشكرن، وإذا ابتلين لم يصبرن
Imam Ahmad and Imam Tabarani (rahimahumallah) have recorded this Hadith on the authority of Sayyiduna ‘Abdur Rahman ibn Shibl (radiyallahu ‘anhu) with reliable chains. Imam Hakim (rahimahullah) has also declared the Hadith authentic and ‘Allamah Dhahabi (rahimahullah) concurs.
“Certainly the ‘fussaq’ are the inhabitants of Jahannam. When Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) was asked, ‘Who are the ‘fussaq’, He replied, ‘They are ‘Women’. A Sahabi then asked, ‘O Rasulullah, aren’t they our mothers, sisters and spouses’? Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) replied, ‘Certainly! However, when they are given something they do not appreciate and when they are put through a trial, they do not have patience.”
Another Hadith Regarding the Detrimental Characteristics of Women Question
Kindly provide the correct Arabic wording and authenticity of the following narration:
Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) has said: ‘The majority of those I saw therein [i.e. in the fire] were women who spread secrets when entrusted; when they are asked, they are stingy, and when they ask others, they do so in a demanding way.’
Husayn [ibn Muhammad, when narrating this Hadith] said [that Rasulullah – sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam – also added]: ‘And when they are given something, they are not appreciative.’
This is part of a lengthy narration which Imam Ahmad and others (rahimahumullah) have recorded on the authority of Sayyiduna Jabir (radiyallahu ‘anhu).
Imam Ahmad (rahimahullah) has recorded this narration with the following wording:
وأكثر من رأيت فيها النساء اللاتي إن ائتمن أفشين وإن يسئلن بخلن وإن يسألن الحفن- قال حسين: وإن أعطين لم يشكرن
Imam Hakim (rahimahullah) has recorded and authenticated a very similar Hadith [with identical wording] on the authority of Sayyiduna Ubay ibn Ka’b (radiyallahu ‘anhu). Imam Dhahabi (rahimahullah) has also concurred.
(Mustadrak Hakim with the Talkhis of Imam Dhahabi, vol. 4 pg. 605)
HADITH CAUTIONING WOMEN FROM SHOWING INGRATITUDE Question
Please mention the Hadith which states that despite the husband taking care of the wife to the best of his ability, she complains and is ungrateful.
You are probably referring to the following Hadith recorded in Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim:
Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas (radiyallahu ‘anhuma) reports that Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said, “…I was shown Jahannam and most of its inhabitants were women who were practising kufr (disbelief/ingratitude).’ Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) was asked, ‘Did they practise disbelief in Allah?’ He replied, ‘They were ungrateful to their husbands and ungrateful when any good was done for them. If you were always good to one of them and then she saw something [that she disliked], she would say, “I have never seen any good in you at all!”
(Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 29-1052-5197 and Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 907)
Note: These Ahadith have highlighted some causes for women entering Jahannam in general.
This does not denote that all women are doomed for Jahannam. Just as there are several Hadiths that warn men of Jahannam.
In fact, this should be considered a favour of Nabi (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam) in having informed women of what bad qualities to stay free from in order to attain salvation from Jahannam.
Hadrat Abdullah bin Mas’ud radiallahu anhu says that if the people of knowledge valued knowledge and placed it in the right hands (i.e. passed it on to those who have the capability of acquiring it and becoming leaders. To teach that which is compulsory, is necessary on every person, but more than the basic with which a person can lead others, should only be taught to those who have the capability); then without doubt, the Jews and the Christians would have become leaders of the time on account of their knowledge. However, they wasted their knowledge on the worldly people in order that they may gain some worldly benefit from them. As a result, they· became wretched and disgraced in the eyes of the worldly people. (This happened because the right of knowledge was that through it the pleasure of Allah should have been sought. By seeking the benefits of…
The Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) informed us that all this would occur. With regards the tribulation of doubts, he(sallallahu alaihi wasallam ) told us, as reported via a number of routes, that his nation would split into more than seventy sects, the narrations differ as to precisely how many sects, and that all of these sects would be in the Fire save one: that which would be upon what he|(sallallahu alaihi wasallam) and his Companions were upon. With regards the tribulation of desires:
Muslim records the hadith of ‘Abdullah ibn Amr (radiyAllahu anhu) that the Prophet(sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said, “How will you be when the treasures of the Persians and Romans are opened to you? What sort of people will you become?” ‘Abdu’l-Rahman ibn ‘Awf (radiyAllahu anhu)said, “We would say as Allah ordered us.’ He said, “Or something else: you would compete with each other, then be envious of each other, then turn your backs on each other, then hate each other.”
Bukhari records on the authority of Amr ibn Awf (radiyAllahu anhu) that the Prophet|(sallallahu alaihi wasallam ) said, “By Allah! I do not fear poverty for you but I fear that the world be proffered to you as it was proffered to those before you such that you vie for it as they vied and it destroy you as it destroyed them.”
A hadith carrying the same meaning as this one has been recorded by Bukhari and Muslim on the authority of Uqbah ibn Amir(radiyAllahu anhu). When the treasures of Chosroes were conquered at the hands of Umar (radiyAllahu anhu), he wept and said, ‘This has never come into the hands of a people except that it caused discord and splitting to occur amongst them/ or words to that effect.1 The Prophet(sallallahu alaihi wasallam) would fear these two tribulations,
Imam Ahmad records on the authority of Abu Barzah (radiyAllahu anhu) that the Prophet|(sallallahu alaihi wasallam ) said, “I only fear for you the desires of misguidance brought about by your stomachs and private parts and the misguiding tribulations,” and in another narration, “…misguiding desires.” Most people succumbed to one or both of these tribulations as a result of which they ended up splitting and hating each other after having been brothers, loving each other. The tribulation of desires has afflicted the majority of creation and they have fallen victim to the allurement of this world and its luxuries; it has become their goal and they covet it, only when they attain it are they satisfied. For its sake do they come to anger, for its sake do they make allegiance, and for its sake do they declare enmity.They sever the ties of kinship, spill blood, and disobey Allah all for the gain of some worldly lot. 1 <Abdu’l-Razzaq #20034 and ibn al-Mubarak #768 with a sahlh isnad.
With regards doubts and misguiding desires, it is on account of these that the People of the Qiblah split into many sects and factions, each hating the other and some charging others with disbelief, this after they used to be brothers, their hearts united as if in one body. Of all these sects, only one will be victorious and it is mentioned in his (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) saying,
‘There will always be a group of this nation manifest upon the truth, they will not be harmed by those who forsake them or oppose them until the Command of Allah comes, and they will still be in that state/’ In the last days, they will be the strangers mentioned in these ahadith: those who rectify the affairs when the people become corrupt, those who correct what the people have corrupted of the Sunnah, those who flee from trials and tribulations in order to safeguard their religion, and those who have departed from the tribes; this is because they are few – only one or two will be found in some tribes and none at all in others, just as the first Muslims were. It is in this way that the Imams have explained this hadith. TAKEN FROM : THE JOURNEY OF THE STRANGERS BY IBN RAJAB AL-HANBALI AND IMAM AL-AJURRI PAGES 72-74
Our attitude and method of naseehat are spontaneous and stems from the heart. It is difficult to change one’s style——a style which emanates from the heart and which is the product of Deeni concern. While superficially it appears to be logical to argue that more people may be attracted to our message if we adopt a softer attitude, at the back of our minds we discern that in practice this will not be so. Inspite of our outward “harshness”, in actual fact there is no real harshness. We simply state the Haqq and we detest to leave people in ambiguity regarding any Deeni issue. Over the years many thousands of people from all over the world and from all walks of life have referred to us for Deeni guidance. Even modernists, university students, professionals, doctors, lawyers, young girls who do not observe Purdah, fussaaq and others, all refer their hearts’ problems to us, and this despite the fact that they are modernists and aware of the orthodox and strict stand of the Majlis. Something is attracting them in spite of their modernity. We believe that, that something is the Haqq. When a word comes from the mouth it reaches only the ears of the audience. But when it emanates from the heart, it penetrates the hearts of the audience. Brother, we do not choose deliberate hard words to convey our naseehat. Allah Ta’ala has created people with different attitudes and different dispositions. In this world there is a need for all types. At times, the normal and usual ‘soft’ naseehat is not sufficient to jolt people from their slumber of indifference. A strong injection or an amputation is sometimes necessary. Sometimes a sweet medicine simply is of no avail. Just as there was Isaa alayis salaam so too was there Musaa alayhis salaam. Both had different attitudes and dispositions, poles apart. In the same way, there was Umar radhiallahu anhu on the one extreme and Uthmaan radhiallahu anhu on the other extreme. But both were on the Haqq and both had their respective successes. Anyhow, in this matter Allah Ta’ala knows best. Make dua for us that Allah Ta’ala grants us good hidaayat and the ability and taufeeq to give naseehat in the proper and in a beneficial manner. If we are wrong in our attitude, may Allah Ta’ala forgive us and rectify our wrong. We are not perturbed by what others comment in regard to our style. We firstly endeavor to recognize the Haqq and for the sake of Allah Ta’ala the naseehat is made in the way in which we think is only proper. We have seen considerable dividends over the years in our style. Even if initially some people may conclude that we are crazy, ultimately the very same people, if they are sincere, will be attracted by the Haqq in some way or the other. The writer has nothing much to tell about himself. He is just as ordinary as you. He is in need of your duas and the duas of other friends and well-wishers. His Ilm is deficient and he lacks in Taqwa. However, by the Fadhl of Allah Ta’ala and the barakat of his Sheikh, Hadhrat Masihihhullah rahmatullah alayh he has managed to walk a tight-rope and remain on the Haqq while surrounded by baatil. This is not due to any goodness or virtue of the writer, but due solely the Fadhl of Allah Ta’ala and the duas of the Asaatizah and the illustrious Sheikh who has guided us when we were plunged in darkness.