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Permission for women to attend the Masjid

It is true that women used to attend the Masjid during the time of Nabi (Sallallaahu A'laihi Wasallam). This fact can be used as evidence to allow women to attend the Masjid‎. Note that this was simply an authorisation because Nabi (Sallallaahu A'laihi Wasallam)‎ always preferred that women perform their Salaah in the most concealed place of their houses. In fact, in a hadith Nabi (Sallallaahu A'laihi Wasallam)‎ said:

(خير مساجد النساء قعر بيوتهن (مسند احمد...


The farsightedness of the Fuqaaha

We may sometimes come up with ideas about some Deeni activities and projects and we rush to embark in them, thinking of all the benefits that will be reaped but without adequately considering possible long-term drawbacks. Rush, very often leads to disastrous consequences while far-sightedness as to the long-term effects of a deed, has been acquired by the Fuqaaha, who will examine a situation and if they perceive negative effects, will advise to nip the evil in the bud.

There are various common daily life examples, where we do not perceive long-term drawbacks and rush to acquire...


The real honour

When faced with some form of opposition or argument, a person falls under three categories :

1. Honourable

2. Lowly

3. Shameful

1. With regards to an honourable person, when someone disagrees with him, goes against him or makes some objections against him, he refutes and corrects them using concrete evidence. He does not point out to the weaknesses of the person disagreeing...


Roza on the day of Arafaat

Questions for the seeker of truth

It is mentioned in Baihaqi and Musannaf Ibn Abdir Razzaaq that Hadrat Masrouq (Radiyallahu anhu) came to Hadrat Aisha (Radiyallahu anha) on the day of Arafaat. Hadrat Aisha (Radiyallahu anha) requested that Hadrat Masrouq (Radiyallahu anhu) be served Saweek (A dish made of wheat and date). Hadrat Masrouq (Radiyallahu anhu) didn't fast on that day out of precaution in case that day may be Eid in Makkah. However Hadrat Aisha (Radiyallahu anha) was fasting. ...


An amazing comparison between Dunya and Aakhirah

At times, people skip a meal like breakfast in wait for a sumptuous lunch like a biryani. In short, such a person does some sacrifices (رياضت) in the present just for the sake of enjoying something delicious in the future. Thus he is ready to make such a sacrifice despite the immediate (العاجلة) like bread, butter, cheese, banana being available due to the conviction (يقين) that he has in the briyani that hasn't even been cooked yet. 

In the same way, our Buzrugan-e-Deen (pious...

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