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A beneficial channel with various fawaaid from some of the scholars of our time حعظهم الله.
Is corona virus a valid reason not to pray in congregation? – Sh. Abu Bilaal al-Hadramy
بســـم اللــه الرحــمــن الـرحـــيــم
◾Is corona virus a valid reason not to pray in congregation?◾
Our Shaykh Abu Bilaal Al-Hadhramy- may Allah preserve him- was asked the following question on 17th Rajab1441( 12th March 2020):
The Questioner says: Is it permissible not to attend the obligatory congregational prayers due to fear of the corona virus?
Yes, it is OK not to attend if this virus has spread genuinely and on a large scale whereby leaving the home is dangerous.
It is unacceptable for a person to place himself in harms way and expose himself to the virus. Rather, he prays in his home and remains therein. He must not leave if he is likely to get infected.
For indeed, Islamic Law has authorised absence from the obligatory congregational prayers for reasons that are less than what has been mentioned.
This is permitted either:
- If he is going to harm someone else
- If he himself is going to be harmed.
(For example) If he eats garlic or an onion he will harm someone else; therefore he cannot attend. 
(Similarly) if he fears for his life due to an attacker that has threatened to kill him and is lying in wait, it is OK not to attend the obligatory congregational prayers. This is also the case for this aggressive virus.
[1 ]رواه مسلم ٥٦٤ عن عَنْ جَابِرِ بْنِ عَبْدِ اللَّهِ رضي الله عنه[” مَنْ أَكَلَ الْبَصَلَ وَالثُّومَ وَالْكُرَّاثَ فَلَا يَقْرَبَنَّ مَسْجِدَنَا، فَإِنَّ الْمَلَائِكَةَ تَتَأَذَّى مِمَّا يَتَأَذَّى مِنْهُ بَنُو آدَمَ “]
Whoever eats onion and garlic and leek, cannot come near our masjid. For indeed, the angels are harmed by the same things as the children of Adam.
Translated by: Abu Sufyaan
Saami ibn Daniel Al-Ghaani
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If the Government bans big gatherings should the Friday prayers be canceled? – Sh. Ar-Ruhayli
Shaykh Sulaiman ar-Ruhayli hafidahullah, said:
إذا وجد فيروس الكورونا في المنطقة أو منعت الدولة من التجمعات جاز تعطيل الجمعة والجماعة ويرخص للناس في الصلاة في بيوتهم ويصلون جماعة بأهل بيوتهم فإن هذا أشد من الوحل والمطر الذي يرخص به في ترك الجمعة والجماعة ،ومن كان مصابا أو يشتبه أنه مصاب يحرم عليه حضور الجمعة والجماعة حمى الله الجميع.
“If the coronavirus (COVID-19) is found in a specific district or the government bans [mass] gatherings, there then it becomes permitted to cancel the Friday prayers and congregational prayers. It becomes a concession for the people to pray in their homes and they should pray in congregation with their households. For verily this (trial) is more severe than mud and rain that which is a [legitimate] excuse to leave off attending the Friday prayers and the congregation prayers for. Whoever is infected or has similar symptoms of being infected is prohibited from attending the Friday prayers and congregational prayers, may Allah protect you all.”
Translated by AbuFajr AbdulFattaah Bin Uthman
Shaykh Muhammad Hizaam حفظه الله | Making du’aa within sujood in a language other than Arabic
Ash-Shaykh Muhammad bin Hizaam was asked the following question,
سؤال: هل يجوز الدعاء في السجود بغير اللغة العربية كالصومالية لمن لم يحسن اللغة العربية؟
Question: Is the du’aa in prostration permissible in other than the Arabic Language, like Somali for the one who isn’t proficient in the Arabic Language?
الجواب: نعم. يجوز الدعاء بذلك ولكن التسبيح
يسبح باللغة العربية سبحان ربي الأعلى فهو سهل وليس فيه مشقة يسبح باللغة العربية ثم إذا أراد أن يدعوا دعا بلغته التي يستطيع أن يدعوا بها, فلا بأس عليه في ذلك .
Answer: Yes, the du’aa (of another language within prostration) is permissible, however the tasbeeh is made in the Arabic Language (i.e “Subhana Rabiyal’Alaa”), for this is easy and isn’t difficult – He makes Tasbih in the Arabic Language. Then if he wants to make du’aa in his language which he is able to -he makes du’aa in it. So, there is nothing wrong upon him in that.
Translated by Abu Eesa Yunus
The Ruling Bitcoin- Shaikh Muhammad bin Hizaam (may Allah preserve him)
*The Ruling Bitcoin- Shaikh Muhammad bin Hizaam (may Allah preserve him)*
*Question*: Is it allowed to deal with a currency called Bitcoin currency? It is a cryptocurrency and global payment system except that this currency is completely electronic. It is traded on the internet only, without a real or tangible presence. It is a digital decentralized currency. It is operates without a centralized depository?
*Answer*: “It is not allowed to deal with that company. It is a bubble company whose origin is not known. They do not gurantee you the money [you invest]. In it is obscurity and a lot of gharar [uncertainty]. For verily, a person pays his money and then it goes away. [It is reported that]:
نهى النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم عن الغرر
The Prophet forbade gharar (uncertain transactions)
Reported by Muslim on the authority of Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him)
It is consuming the wealth [of others] in falsehood. So perhaps a person will pay some money, then it will leave and he will not know who demands it [from him]. He pays money via the internet or computers and there is no real angle which it is possible to rule if they [the company] take money from him or dispose it in impermissible means, or whether they deal with usury. Rather he himself does not know the dealings which they deal with. So it is an unlawful dealing from many angles: from the angle of gharar [uncertainty], the angle of obscurity, the angle of paying his wealth to an unknown party and it is not secure from being used in unlawful things. So the affairs connected to the prohibition of this dealing are many. So it is not permissible to deal with it. Thus, it is obligatory to hold back [from it] because its obscurity is from the most severe types of obscurity in financial transactions”.
Faisal bin Abdul Qaadir bin Hassan
Shaykh Ibn Baz | Life Insurance
Shaykh Ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him) was asked about life insurance, and he said:
Insurance of one’s life or possessions is haraam and is not permitted, because it involves gharar (buying/selling something where it is not known whether what is being bought/sold will actually be achieved/delivered, or in what specific quantity, thus putting one’s money at undue risk to being lost) and riba (usury, interest). Allaah has forbidden all transactions that are based on riba, and all transactions which involve deceit, as a mercy to this ummah, and to protect them from that which may harm them. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“whereas Allaah has permitted trading and forbidden Ribaa”[al-Baqarah 2:275]
And it was narrated in a saheeh report that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade deceit. And Allaah is the source of strength.
The Ruling on Using the Name al-Haadi (الهادي) – Shaikh Salih al-Fawzaan
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
⏩ The Ruling on Using the Name al-Haadi (الهادي) – Shaikh Salih al-Fawzaan
Question : Is it permissible to name using the name al-Haadi (الهادي )?
Answer : “Abdul-Haadi, this is well known. Abdul-Haadi. The name (الهادي ) alone is Allah. Yes”.
Faisal bin Abdul Qaadir bin Hassan
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Fasting while not praying | Sh. Uthaymeen
Shaykh Uthaymeen rahimahullah said:
تارك الصلاة صومه ليس بصحيح ولا مقبول منه
(The individual) leaving off the prayer – his fasting isn’t correct and it (his fast) isn’t accepted from him.
منهجنا الكتاب والسُنة بفهم سلف الأمة
ننشر في القناة ماتيسر من هذا المنهج الرباني
موُقعنا في الإنترنت تجد ما يُفيدك بإذن الله
إدارة القناة @asimsaeed
Can zakat be giving to a Talibul Ilm? | Sh. Ibn Baz
The permanent committee in Saudi Arabia when Imam Ibn Baz was the head of it was asked:
هل يجوز صرف الزكاة لطلبة العلم
الذين هم في حاجة ماسة
Is it permissible to give the Zakat to the students of knowledge whom are in dire need?
نعم يجوز إعطاؤهم منها لحاجتهم إليها .
The permanent committee answered:
Yes it is permissible to give them from it (the Zakat) due to their need for it.
فتاوى اللجنة الدائمة (10/17)
Majid Jawed Al Afghanee