Some Twitter Accounts (Beneficial) I Combined For The Sake of Allaah

Some Beneficial Twitter Accounts I Combined!

From the students of knowledge:


The Salafee Masaajid

@SalafiSchool (School)

Salafee Radio Channels/Events


Salafee Reminders


Arabic Twitter Accounts (Scholars)



One Who missed the Friday Prayer should pray Zuhr Shaykh Ibn Baz

One Who missed the Friday Prayer should pray Zuhr


If I do not pray the Friday prayer in congregation in the mosque, should I pray it in the house as two Rakahs, with the intention of the Friday prayer, or should I pray it as four Rakahs, with the intention of Zuhr?


Whoever did not attend the Friday prayer with the Muslims due to some lawful reason, such as illness or the like, or some other reasons, should pray the Zuhr prayer. Likewise, a woman prays the Zuhr prayer and so does the traveller and those living in the desert, as is proved by the Sunnah, and it is the opinion of the majority of the scholars, and no consideration should be paid to those who deviate from them.

Shaykh `Abdul-`Azeez Bin Baz

Fatawa Islamiyah Vol. 2 Page 448

It is not an Excuse for abandoning the Friday Prayer?

It is not an Excuse for abandoning the Friday Praye


My foot was injured in an accident and when I go to the Friday prayer in the mosque, I cannot bend my leg, which I believe causes annoyance to the other worshippers. Is it permissible for me to perform it with my family at home?


The legal texts show that the Friday prayer is an obligation on every Muslim man, when its conditions are met. And he is not relieved of the responsibility for it, unless one of those conditions is not met. And since the questioner confirms that he actually offers the prayer in the mosque, in congregation, and that the thing which prevents him from doing so is his belief that his inability to bend his leg causes annoyance to some of the worshippers, then this is not an excuse for not offering the Friday prayer in congregation, since he is truly able to perform it and since he can overcome this difficulty by standing behind the row, or by standing at the end of the row, or by any other means. And Allaah knows best.

Permanent Committee for Research and Verdicts

Fatawa Islamiyah Vol. 2 Page 476

Don’t forget to send your Salutations to the Prophet صلي الله عليه و سلم

Don’t forget to send your Salutations to the Prophet صلي الله عليه و سلم

The Prophet (salallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) said:

Frequently send salutations on me on Friday during the day and night. Whoever sends one salutation on me, Allaah will send ten to him.

Collected by Al-Bayhaqi in his Sunnan. Shaykh Al-Albani graded this hadeeth as being “Hasan” in Saheehah 1407.

You can say: Allahumma sali ‘ala Muhammad wa ‘ala aali Muhammad kama salaayta, ‘ala Ibraaheema, wa ‘ala aali Ibraheema, Innaka Hameedun Majeed – or something similiar & Allaah knows best.

When is the Hour of Response on Friday? Shaykh Ibn Baz Rahimahullaah

When is the Hour of Response on Friday?

Bismillaah, wal-hamdulilaah, was-salaatu was-salaamu ‘alaa rasoolillaah, wa ba’d

When is the “hour of response” on Friday?

Shaykh Ibn Baaz, Majallat al-Buhooth, issue no. 34, p. 142

There are two opinions concerning the hour of response on Friday which are likely to be correct:

The first is that it lasts from after ‘Asr until the sun sets, for those who sit and wait for Maghrib, whether that is in the mosque or at home, making du’aa’ to their Lord, whether they are men or women; whoever does that is more deserving of seeing a response to his or her du’aa’. But men should not pray Maghrib or any other prayer at home unless they have a legitimate shar’i excuse, as is well known from the evidence of sharee’ah.

The second is that it lasts from the time when the imaam sits on the minbar to deliver the khutbah on Friday until he finishes the prayer.

Du’aa’ at either of these times is deserving of being answered.

These two times are more likely to be the times of response on Friday, because of the saheeh ahaadeeth which indicate that. The hour of response may also be sought at other times of the day. And the bounty of Allaah is great.

Among the moments when response may come to a du’aa’ in all prayers, obligatory and naafil alike, is the moment of sujood (prostration), because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The closest that a person may be to his Lord is when he is prostrating, so say a great deal of du’aa’ in sujood.” (Narrated by Muslim in his Saheeh from the hadeeth of Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him), in al-Salaah, 482).

And Muslim (may Allaah have mercy on him) narrated in his Saheeh from Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with them both) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “As for rukoo’ (bowing), proclaim the greatness of your Lord in rukoo’ and strive in du’aa’, for you will be more deserving of being responded to.” (Muslim, al-Salaah, 479).

Shaykh Ibn Baaz, Majallat al-Buhooth, issue no. 34, p. 142

If you knew what was in your stomach you would vomit

Drinking water while standing .

No. 176/2175 – From Abu Huraira who said that Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- said:‘If the person who drank whilst standing knew what was in his stomach, he would vomit it out.’
[Collected by Ahmad and Albaani said it was Saheeh]

No. 177 – From Anas from the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam-: that ‘he prohibited’ – and in another wording: ‘rebuked us’ – from drinking while standing.’
[Collected by Muslim, Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi, Darmi, Ibn Majah & Tahawi]

Shaykh Albaani commented: ‘The evident prohibition in these Ahadeeth acknowledge the prohibition of drinking whilst standing if you do not have an excuse.
There are many Ahadeeth which mention that the Prophet -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- drank standing up, so the scholars have differed in bringing harmony between the two different types of Ahadeeth. The majority of the scholars hold the opinion that the prohibition is not a total prohibition, and that the command of vomiting after having drank is only a recommended action.
Ibn Hazm opposed them in this, and went with the ruling of the prohibition to drink standing up, and perhaps this opinion is closer to being correct. As for the opinion that it is not a total prohibition then the wording ‘rebuked’ does not support that opinion, nor does the command ‘to vomit’, and what I mean by this is, that vomiting is a severe hardship upon humans, and I am not aware of such a hardship in the Sharia’ as a consequence for being lax about a recommended action!
Likewise the saying of the Messenger -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam-:
‘Indeed Shaytan drank with you.’ Then this is a strict deterrent from drinking whilst standing up, and it cannot be inferred from this, that it is possible to say that, not sitting whilst drinking is merely leaving a recommended action.
As for the Ahadeeth which mention drinking whilst standing up, then we can assume that this is when there is an excuse for it, like if there is no space to sit, or that it is a hanging water skin and you need to reach it and this point has been indicated in some Ahadeeth, and Allaah knows Best.’

Taken from ‘Silsilah Ahadeeth As-Saheehah’ By the Muhaddith, Shaykh, Allamaa’ Muhammad Nasir uddeen al-Albaani Translated by Abbas Abu Yahya.

Consequences of Ar-Riya- Showing Off- Subhaan Allaah!! Must Read!

Here are some Consequences of Ar-Riyya` (Showing off):

1- Ar-Riyya` is minor shirk – that does not remove one from Islaam – but it is shirk nonetheless, and therefore worse than bid’ah that does not reach the level of kufr, and also worse than major sins such as usury, sodomy, fornication, drinking alcohol, gambling… It can be major shirk, as Shaikh Muhammad ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhab al-Wasaabee (hafidhahullaah) explained while teaching al-Qawl-ul- Mufeed Fee Adillatit Tawheed: “Ar-Riyaa` (showing off) can be from ash-Shirk al-Akbar if a person performs an action only for the people. And it can be from ash-Shirk al-Asghar if a person starts with the right intention, but then ar-riyaa` overcomes him.”

Shaikh Rabee’ bin Haadee al-Madkhalee (hafidhahullaah), in his khutbah The Path to Guidance – as-Salafiyah – The Balanced Path, said: “There are two types of ar-Riyaa`: one that negates all of Tawheed, and one that negates the completeness of Tawheed.”

2- It nullifies the action. He will not receive a reward on the Day of Judgement for it.

3- Humiliation. Allaah will command him to go to those he showed off for in this world, and see if they have a reward for him. And as the scholars explained, Allaah will also expose this person in this world.

4- It may be a cause of entering the hellfire – aoodhubillaah! – even if it is not forever.

Ibn Taymeeyah (rahimahullaah) said: “Without doubt al-Ikhlaas negates the reason for entering into the Fire. Therefore, whoever enters the fire, from those who said: ‘La illaaha ila Allaah (there is none worthy of worship except Allaah),’ then this is proof that he never implemented the sincerity of La illaaha ila Allaah, which would have prohibited him from the fire. [al-Fataawa, 10/261]

5- It can lead to hypocrisy – aoodhubillaah! – since the hypocrites do deeds to be seen by men, while they disbelieve. And the hypocrites, of course, will be in the lowest level of the hellfire. Ibnul-Qayyim said: “If a benefit could be achieved from an action performed without Ikhlaas, then Allaah would not have criticised the hypocrites.” [al-Fawaa`id, 65]

And refuge in Allaah is taken from falling into ar-Riyya`, and that which ar-Riyya` may lead to.