February 2006


The Danish Cartoon Crisis – Declaration on behalf of Muslim Religious Leaders

Source: www.duaatalislam.com

In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful and Compassionate

All praise is due to God, and may He send His blessings and
salutations upon our master, Muhammad, as well as upon his kin and
companions.

The events in Denmark concerning the Messenger of God represent an
aggressive act that has violated the highest sanctities of the Muslim
people. Moreover it is devastating to the ideal of convivial dialogue
between peoples, as enjoined in the Quranic verse which reads, ‘And We
created you as nations and tribes that you might know one another’.

In consequence, we affirm the following: (more…)

What kind of stone was on the Prophet’s ring? (Allah bless him and give him peace)
Answered by Shaykh Abdul-Karim Yahya
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Can we weep when in grief?
Answered by Wajihah Gregor
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Allah Almighty sends us trials and
tribulations for an outstanding wisdom, of which we will never
completely understand the reasons for, and the effects of, until the
hereafter.

Allah Most High says, “Blessed is He in Whose hand is the
Sovereignty, and, He is Able to do all things. Who hath created life
and death that He may try you which of you is best in conduct; and He
is the Mighty, the Forgiving.” (67: 1-2. Trans. Pickthall)

Through this exalted and merciful speech, we understand that Allah
sends us trials and tribulations in order to test our actions and
behavior.

We may be tested with death, sickness, oppression, a broken heart,
or confusion about the world around us. These experiences can inspire
feelings of shock, fear, pain, and sorrow. Such strong emotions may
cause us to weep.

Weeping is a natural response the powerful emotions we feel during
trial and tribulation and do express our complete neediness and
dependence to the Lord Almighty, when accompanied by the attitude of
submission to the Will of Allah. In this way, weeping certainly does
not contradict the act of patience.

How to Deal with Miserable-Mannered Mother
Answered by Ustadha Zaynab Ansari

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I am not a muslim, but interested in studying the Quran and the Islamic way of life to determine whether or not I will convert
by Ustadha Zaynab Ansari

My husband talks to his female friends from time to time, is this allowed?
Answered by Wajihah Gregor
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Can we really be like the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace)
Answered by Ustadh Sohail Hanif
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Exemplifying the Prophet is therefore a
complete summary of everything that Allah expects of us. ‘Certainly
Allah conferred a benefit upon the believers when He raised among them
a Messenger from among themselves, reciting to them His communications
and purifying them, and teaching them the Book and the wisdom, although
before that they were surely in manifest error.’ (3:164)

Allah commanded us to obey him when he commanded us and to refrain
from what he forbade us. ‘Whatever the Prophet gives you accept it, and
whatever he forbids you refrain from it.’ (59:7) ‘Whoever obeys the
Prophet obeys Allah.’ (4:80)

He expected us to emulate the Prophet and said concerning him,
‘Certainly you have in the Messenger of Allah an excellent exemplar for
him who hopes in Allah and the latter day and remembers Allah
much.'(33:21)

This verse in particular summarises the whole religion with
miraculous brevity. It contains by means of subtle indication, in the
words of the great Sufi and mujahid, Emir Abdul Qadir al-Jaza’iri,
‘everything that every author has ever recorded from the rulings of the
religion or of this-worldly affairs’. He goes on to explain this
mentioning that this ‘excellent example’ has four aspects to it. [Read More]

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