Tag: Shaykh Abu Hatim Yusuf Al Inaabi Al Jazaairee

Evil is not attributed to the actions of Allah, the Mighty and Majestic, but evil is attributed to the created

Tawhīdl [Mursil – the sender] and Tawhīdl [Mursal – the one sent]

The love which is Shirk

The ruling of those that die upon minor Shirk

The difference between Shirk and Kufr

Marital relations during the night of Ramadhan and then continuing till the Adhān of Fajr?

Accepting something like perfume during Jumu’ah while the Imām is delivering the khutbah

Turning the stone of a ring downwards

Praying the Tahiyatul-Masjid in the courtyard of the Masjid

Swallowing food remnants which got stuck between the teeth during Ramadhan

The Condition of Hātim Jum’uah Abu Hārūn, and Bilāl As-Suwkuni Abu Luqmān, Abu Qays and Abul Khattāb

The Advise for those that speak ill of Shaykh Yahya and Dammaj

The Conditions of Abdulkarīm Al-Khudayr, Abdul-‘Azīz Ar-Rayyīs, Sādiq Al-Baydhāni and Khālid Al-Baghdādi

The pillar of action in Īmān

What’s within you will show itself through your mouth

Moving from where you are praying because of a Hizbi standing next to you

Which takes precedence the disparagement of a younger/smaller with evidences or the appraisal of an older/bigger?

Benefiting from & Selling books authored by the people of innovation or those whose trustworthiness hasn’t been established

Taking knowledge from someone who isn’t known to have studied with the people of knowledge

Not clarifying positions using “I’m not obliged to do so” as a shield

Hizbiyyah – Ijtihād

Discontinuing speech on an innovator because he died?

The ruling of joking in regards to contracts -&- the ruling of marriage through words besides marry and giving in marriage

You haven’t prayed a previous prayer due to a legislated excuse and then you hear the iqama being made for the next

Retributions are in accordance of the types of actions perpetrated – How you treat others, is how you will be treated

Uttering Intentions

One or two Salāms at the end of the prayer?

Expiating an oath on someone else’s behalf

Expiating Fasts on someone else’s behalf

The virtue of an act of worship over another, when looked at per se, does not mean that it takes precedence in every situation