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    when is it possible Eid-ul-adha? and hajj

    Salams

    does anyone know between what dates Eid-ul-adha and Hajj can be this year

    need to start arranging from now for holidays?

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    well am guessing week begining 10th Jan or the days just before.

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    Eid al-Adha Mubarak

    Alsalam alaikum,

    Dear All,

    Rasulullah, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said: "Whoever stays awake
    for 'ibâdah on the night preceding either Eid, with the aim, of gaining reward,
    his heart shall not die on that day when hearts shall wither."

    Here's wishing you and your family and loved ones Eid al-Adha Mubarak [in
    advance to those who are celebrating Eid on the 31th].

    May Allah accept all of our good deeds and forgive us our bad ones.

    Allahumma salli wa sallim 'ala khair al-khalq Muhammad al-Mustafa wa 'ala 'alihi
    wa sahbihi wa sallim.

    Best of wishes and peace

    Your sister in Islam
    "Seek forgiveness from your Lord, He is indeed oft-forgiving. He will send forth rain to you in abundance and furnish you with wealth of offspring and endow you with Gardens and endow you with rivers"

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    Re: Eid al-Adha Mubarak

    Kh7yr mubarouk
    Oh Allah,
    Make me want that which is beneficial for me...
    And make beneficial for me that which I want.

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    Re: Eid al-Adha Mubarak

    It's eid an I'm working, oh the joys.

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    Hehe, brother you are not the only one who are not going to enjoy Eid. I'm reading to my macroeconomics exams
    "Seek forgiveness from your Lord, He is indeed oft-forgiving. He will send forth rain to you in abundance and furnish you with wealth of offspring and endow you with Gardens and endow you with rivers"

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    Re: Eid al-Adha Mubarak

    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix CG View Post
    It's eid an I'm working, oh the joys.
    Its Eid tomorrow too
    Rabbana atinaa fidDunya hasanatan wa fil Akhirati hasanatan wa qinaa adhaban Naar

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    yeah lol, but...I'm guessing it's work again

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    Id rather work than do Eid!

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    lol You sure, if you're self employed? VERY boring.

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    Re: Eid al-Adha Mubarak

    khair mubarak
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    Icon14 Fiqh of Eid (Hanafi)

    The Fiqh of Eid al-Fitr & Eid al-Adha

    by Ustadha Naielah Ackbarali

    Bismi Llahir Rahmanir Rahimi
    The Companion Anas (Allah be pleased with him) said, “The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace) migrated to the city of Medina and saw the people celebrating two days of festivities. He said, ‘What are these two days?’ The people of Medina replied, ‘They were days of festivities in the pre-Islamic era (jahaliyya).’ Then he said, ‘Verily Allah has replaced these two days with (what) is better for you—the day of Adha and the day of Fitr.’” [Abu Dawud]
    After much reflection upon the meanings and actions surrounding Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, the depth of the Prophet’s words befit a striking reality. These two days are not ‘holidays’ in the sense that Muslims take the ‘day off’ from worship, but they serve as yet another opportunity for the believer to excel in devotion and rejoice in praise of the Lord of the Worlds. There is an inspiring message and strong, spiritual motivation behind each of these days as they both mark the remembrance of a major act of worship.
    Eid al-Fitr is a time of celebration that follows after a month of refraining from indulging in worldly human desires from dusk to dawn out of pure submission to God. Eid al-Adha comes after the day of Arafa, which is the most significant day of the ritual pilgrimage (hajj). It is a day full of worship, repentance, tears, hope, supplication, and forgiveness. A day every Muslim longs to behold at least once in a lifetime.
    The sacrifice of Eid al-Adha also symbolizes the enormous act of obedience performed by Prophet Abraham (Allah bless him) who was prepared to sacrifice his own beloved son for the sake of his Lord. After showing his unwavering conviction in God’s command, God replaced Prophet Abraham’s son with an animal to slay instead. This is the reason why Muslims sacrifice for Eid al-Adha. It is done in an effort to recall the strength of submission that one of the greatest Prophets ever to live exemplified for mankind.
    These two holidays are void of the detriments of commercialism and self-absorbed gifts. Instead, they replace the holiday ‘season’ with acts of giving to the poor and spending one’s free time with the entire community. For Eid al-Fitr, there is a mandatory charity given to the poor from those who meet certain requirements, and it remains an overall recommendation for everyone to give in charity beyond their normal habit. For Eid al-Adha, the same recommendation for charity remains in addition to sharing a third of one’s sacrificial meat with the poor and hosting one’s community with another third of the animal. One is encouraged to show one’s happiness to others and thank God for all the blessings He bestowed upon one.
    Not to mention, both of these holidays begin the day with an act of worship, which is the required communal prayer, of which the details are outlined below for those servants of God who seek to celebrate the two greatest holidays bestowed upon humanity.
    What are the Eid Holidays that Muslims Celebrate?

    The two Eid holidays that Muslims celebrate are Eid al-Fitr (1st of Shawwal), which follows the month of Ramadan, and Eid al-Adha (10th of Dhul Hijjah), which follows the day of Arafa. The three days following Eid al-Adha are known as the days of tashriq (11th, 12th, and 13th of Dhul Hijjah).
    Who Must Attend the Congregational Eid Prayer?

    The congregational Eid prayer is necessary (wajib) upon the same individuals who are obliged to attend the Friday congregational prayer. These individuals are:
    • Sane, adult men, which excludes women and children
    • Residents, which excludes travelers
    • Those in good health, which excludes genuinely sick people
    It should be noted that if women, children, travelers or sick individuals attend the Eid prayer, they are rewarded for their attendance. The aforementioned point is merely illustrating that it is not incumbent upon them to attend, which means that they are not sinful if they miss the prayer.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah]
    When Is the Eid al-Fitr Prayer Performed?

    The Eid al-Fitr prayer may be performed any time after the sun completely rises up to just before the entering of the Dhuhr prayer time on Eid day (1st of Shawwal).
    • It cannot be delayed beyond this day without a shariah compliant excuse.
    • If an excuse is present, the prayer can only be offered the day after (2nd Shawwal) during the aforementioned time. Thereafter, it cannot be performed.
    • If an excuse is not present, the prayer is not valid if it is delayed to the next day.
    [al-Maydani, al-Lubab; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah]
    When is the Eid al-Adha Prayer Performed?

    The Eid al-Adha prayer may be performed any time after the sun completely rises up to just before the entering of the Dhuhr prayer time on Eid day (10th of Dhul Hijjah).
    • It can be delayed beyond this day with or without a shariah compliant excuse, though the later is disliked.
    • If an excuse is present, then it is permissible to pray it during the aforementioned time the following day (11th of Dhul Hijjah) or the day after that day (12th of Dhul Hijjah) without dislikedness. Thereafter, it cannot be performed.
    • If an excuse is not present, it is still valid to delay the prayer up to the 12th of Dhul Hijjah but with dislikedness. Thereafter, it cannot be performed.
    [al-Maydani, al-Lubab; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah]
    Can the Eid Prayer Be Delayed for a Short Period of Time?

    The Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) said, “Hasten (the prayer of) al-Adha and delay (the prayer) of al-Fitr,” [al-Bayhaqi] Thus, it is recommended for the Imam to delay commencing the Eid al-Fitr prayer for a short period and to hasten to pray the Eid al-Adha prayer. [Tahtawi, Hashiyyat al-Tahtawi]
    What If One Prays the Eid Prayer in a Prohibitively Disliked Time?

    If either Eid prayer is performed before the sun completely rises, then the prayer does not count as the Eid prayer. Rather, it counts as a nafl prayer and one is sinful for praying within a prohibitively disliked time. [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah; al-Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar]
    If while praying either Eid prayer the sun reaches its zenith, then the prayer does not count as the Eid prayer. Rather, it counts as a nafl prayer and one is sinful for praying within a prohibitively disliked time. [Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; al-Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar]
    Is A Sermon (Khutba) Given for the Eid Prayer?

    It is sunna for the Imam to give two short sermons after the performance of the Eid prayer. It is permissible to give the sermon before the Eid prayer, but it is offensive because one left the sunna. If the Imam does not give a sermon at all, the Eid prayer is still valid but it is offensive because one left the sunna. [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah; Tahtawi, Hashiyyat al-Tahtawi]
    During the sermon for Eid al-Fitr, the Imam reminds the community of the rulings related to Sadaqat al-Fitr (Zakat al-Fitr). For Eid al-Adha, the Imam teaches the community the rulings related to sacrificing an animal and the invocation said on the days of tashriq (takbir al-tashriq). [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    Some scholars note that the Imam should teach the rulings related to the takbir al-tashriq during the Friday congregational prayer the week before Eid al-Adha because it becomes necessary (wajib) to say the takbir al-tashriq before the Eid al-Adha prayer is performed (i.e. it begins after the Fajr prayer on the day of Arafa). [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah] The details related to the takbir al-tashriq are forthcoming.
    It is necessary (wajib) for followers to listen to the Eid sermon, and everything disliked during the Friday sermon is disliked during the Eid sermon. [al-Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar]
    How Does One Perform the Eid Prayer as the Imam?

    Both Eid prayers are only 2 prayer cycles (rakats). It is necessary (wajib) for both the imam and follower to give the additional takbirs for Eid during the prayer. [Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    To perform the prayer as the Imam:
    1. One makes the intention in his heart to be the leader of the Eid prayer. It is recommended to say the intention with one’s tongue.
    2. One says the opening takbir (Allahu Akbar) in order to commence the prayer.
    3. One says the opening supplication quietly to oneself.
    4. One gives three additional takbirs (Allahu Akbar) for Eid.
    For each additional takbir, one raises his hands like the opening takbir, says the takbir out loud, returns his hands to his sides, and pauses for a brief moment before proceeding with the other takbirs.
    After the third and final takbir, one places one’s hands together, right on top of left under the navel.
    5. One seeks refuge from Satan and recites ‘Bismi Llahir Rahmanir Rahimi’ quietly.
    6. One recites the Fatiha and an additional sura out loud. It is recommended to recite Surat al-‘Ala (Chapter 87) in full.
    7. One says the sunna ‘Allahu Akbar’ while moving into the bowing position and completes the prayer cycle (raka’) like usual. One does not raise his hands when saying ‘Allahu Akbar’ as he moves into the bowing or prostrating position.
    8. In the second prayer cycle (raka’), one recites ‘Bismi Llahir Rahmanir Rahimi’ quietly upon standing up from prostration.
    9. One recites the Fatiha and an additional sura. It is recommended to recite Surat al-Ghashiyya (Chapter 88).
    10. One gives three additional takbirs (Allahu Akbar) for Eid.
    For each additional takbir, one raises his hands like the opening takbir, says the takbir out loud, returns his hands to his sides, and pauses for a brief moment before proceeding with the other takbirs.
    After the third and final takbir, one places his arms next to his sides.
    It is permissible to give the additional takbirs before reciting the Quran in the second prayer cycle. The difference of opinion regarding this matter relates to optimality, not validity.
    11. One says the sunna ‘Allahu Akbar’ while moving into the bowing position and completes the prayer cycle (raka’) like usual. One does not raise his hands when saying ‘Allahu Akbar’ as he moves into the bowing or prostrating position.
    12. One sits for the tashahud, gives blessings upon the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace), and says the two final salams.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah; Tahtawi, Hashiyyat al-Tahtawi; al-Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar]
    How Does One Perform the Eid Prayer as a Follower?

    Both Eid prayers are only 2 prayer cycles (rakats). It is necessary (wajib) for both the imam and follower to give the additional takbirs for Eid during the prayer. [Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    To perform the prayer as a follower:
    1. One makes the intention in one’s heart to perform the Eid prayer as a follower of the Imam. It is recommended to say the intention with one’s tongue.
    2. One gives the opening takbir (Allahu Akbar) with the Imam.
    3. One says the opening supplication quietly to oneself.
    4. One gives three additional takbirs (Allahu Akbar) with the Imam.
    For each additional takbir, one raises the hands like the opening takbir, says the takbir out loud with the Imam, returns the hands to one’s sides, and pauses for a brief moment before proceeding with the other takbirs with the Imam.
    For a man, after the third and final takbir, he places his hands together, right on left under the navel. For a woman, she places her hands upon her chest.
    5. One listens to the Imam recite the Fatiha and an additional sura.
    6. One says the sunna ‘Allahu Akbar’ while moving into the bowing position with the Imam and completes the prayer cycle (raka’) like usual. One does not raise the hands when saying ‘Allahu Akbar’ as one moves into the bowing or prostrating position.
    7. In the second prayer cycle (raka’), one listens to the Imam recite the Fatiha and an additional sura upon standing up from prostration.
    8. One gives three additional takbirs (Allahu Akbar) with the Imam.
    For each additional takbir, one raises the hands like the opening takbir, says the takbir out loud with the Imam, returns the hands to one’s sides, and pauses for a brief moment before proceeding with the other takbirs with the Imam.
    After the third and final takbir, one places one’s arms next to one’s sides.
    9. One says ‘Allahu Akbar’ while moving into the bowing position with the Imam and completes the prayer cycle (raka’) like usual. One does not raise the hands when saying ‘Allahu Akbar’ as one moves into the bowing or prostrating position.
    10. One sits for the tashahud, gives blessings upon the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace), and says the two final salams with the Imam.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah; Quduri, al-Kitab; Tahtawi, Hashiyyat al-Tahtawi; al-Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar]
    What If the Imam Pronounces More Than Three Takbirs?

    One simply follows the imam with regards to the number of takbirs. One can follow him up to 16 takbirs. [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah] The sunnah practice has been reported in different ways, and the difference between the schools of thought on this is in terms of optimality, not validity. [Tahtawi; Hashiyyat al-Tahtawi]
    What If the Imam Forgets to Pronounce the Additional Takbirs for Eid?

    If the Imam bows before saying any of the additional takbirs for Eid, then he says them while in the bowing position. He does not return to the standing position to say them, but if he does stand up, the prayer is still valid. [Tahtawi; Hashiyyat al-Tahtawi]
    What If One Joins the Eid Prayer As a Latecomer?

    Whoever joins the Eid prayer as a latecomer must still say the additional takbirs for Eid in what was missed with the Imam. There are a few possible scenarios.
    Scenario A: If one joins a prayer cycle (raka’) after the Imam has said the additional takbirs for Eid but the Imam is still standing for recitation, then one:
    1. pronounces the opening takbir standing, and
    2. says the additional takbirs for Eid, even if the Imam is reciting the Quran.
    Scenario B: If one joins the first prayer cycle (raka’) while the Imam is bowing (ruku’) and one does not fear missing bowing with the Imam, then one:
    1. pronounces the opening takbir standing,
    2. remains standing and says the additional takbirs for Eid, then
    3. joins the Imam in the bowing position.
    Scenario C: If one joins the first prayer cycle (raka’) while the Imam is bowing (ruku’) but fears missing bowing with the Imam, then one:
    1. pronounces the opening takbir standing,
    2. bows with the Imam, and
    3. says the additional takbirs for Eid while in the bowing position before giving the tasbihs of ruku` and without raising the hands.
    If the Imam begins to stand up while one is still saying the additional takbirs for Eid, then what remains of the additional takbirs are dropped, even if it is all of them. One does not make them up in the second prayer cycle (raka’).
    Scenario D: If one joins the first prayer cycle (raka’) after the Imam has bowed or joins in the second prayer cycle, then after the Imam gives the final salams one makes up the first prayer cycle (raka’) missed. As such, one:
    1. stands up,
    2. recites the Fatiha and a short sura, then
    3. says the additional takbirs for Eid.
    The reason one recites the Quran before saying the additional takbirs in this situation is due to the fact that none of the Companions (Allah be pleased with them all) have related otherwise.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah; Tahtawi, Hashiyyat al-Tahtawi; al-Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar]
    Can One Perform Tayammum (Dry Ablution) for the Eid Prayer?

    Yes, if one fears that by busying oneself with ablution (wudu) one will miss the congregational Eid prayer, one can resort to tayammum. This ruling applies even if one is performing the Eid prayer in a city and is not ill. [al-Maydani, al-Lubab]
    This is an exception to the general rule as one is normally obliged to perform ablution (wudu) when sufficient water is present. The reason for the permissibility of tayammum in this circumstance is because the Eid prayer does not have a replacement prayer if missed. This ruling does not apply to the Friday congregational prayer or other prayers. [ibid]
    What If One Misses the Eid Prayer? Can One Perform the Eid Prayer Alone?

    No, the Eid prayer is only performed in a formal congregation. [Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    If one misses the Eid prayer, one does not make it up. Likewise, if one joins the Eid prayer but for some reason one’s prayer becomes invalid, then one cannot makeup the Eid prayer by oneself nor will a makeup be necessary. [ibid]
    For those who missed the Eid prayer, it is recommended to pray the supererogatory Duha prayer with four rakas. This was related by the Companion ibn Mas’ud (Allah be pleased with him). [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah]
    If it was incumbent upon one to attend, then one must repent for missing a necessary (wajib) prayer.
    What is Recommended On the Day of Eid al Fitr?

    • To wake up early, preferably before Fajr or at the entering of Fajr
    • To pray the Fajr group prayer in the masjid
    • To eat something sweet after the Fajr prayer before going to the Eid prayer area
    • To eat dates if one can find them, and to eat them in amounts of odd numbers
    • To perform the purificatory bath (ghusl) before the Eid prayer, even for a person who is not attending the prayer
    • To clean one’s teeth with a siwak or similar object as much as possible
    • To wear scented perfume (women do not wear strong scented perfume outside of their homes)
    • To wear the best of one’s clothes, which consist of the most beautiful, cleanest or newest garments, even if they are not white
    • To make one’s happiness and joy apparent, thanking Allah for one’s blessings
    • To smile and display one’s happiness when meeting others
    • To give much in non-obligatory charity, more than one’s usual habit
    • To direct oneself to the Eid prayer area, while saying ‘Allahu Akbar’ quietly to oneself and to stop saying it when the Imam begins the Eid prayer
    • To go to the Eid prayer area by foot
    • To pay the sadaqat al-fitr (zakat al-fitr) if it is necessary for one to do so
    • To arrive early at the Eid prayer area so one can pray in the first line
    • To return from a different direction after performing the Eid prayer
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah; al-Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar]
    How Does Eid al-Adha Differ From Eid al-Fitr?

    The prayer and the recommendations for Eid al-Fitr are the same for Eid al-Adha, except:
    • One delays eating after the Eid al-Adha prayer, whereas for Eid al-Fitr it is recommended to eat before the Eid prayer
    • One says ‘Allahu Akbar’ out loud when going to the Eid al-Adha prayer, whereas for Eid al-Fitr it is recommended to say it quietly to oneself
    • There is no sadaqat al-fitr, rather one sacrifices an animal if financially able
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah]
    What is Disliked to Do on the Day of Eid?

    • To perform supererogatory (nafl) prayers before the Eid prayer in the Eid prayer area or one’s house
    • To perform supererogatory (nafl) prayers after the Eid prayer in the Eid prayer area, but praying them in one’s house is not disliked
    • To fast (this is prohibitively disliked and one is sinful for doing it; one must break one’s fast)
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah]
    What is the Takbir al-Tashriq?

    Allah Most High says in the Quran, “Celebrate the praises of God during the Appointed Days…” [Baqara: 203] The Qur’anic exegetes explain that the phrase ‘appointed days’ is referring to the days of tashriq. [Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah]
    The takbir al-tashriq is an invocation that is said once, out loud, immediately after performing each obligatory (fard) prayer starting from the Fajr prayer on the day of Arafa (9th of Dhul Hijjah) up to the Asr prayer five days later (13th of Dhul Hijjah). This equals 23 prayers: 5 on the 9th-12th, which equal 20, and 3 on the 13th. This includes the Friday congregational prayer if it falls within these days.
    The takbir al-tashriq is not said for the supererogatory (nafl) prayers, the witr prayer, or the janaza prayer. There is no harm in saying it after both of the Eid prayers.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah]
    Who Must Say the Takbir al-Tashriq?

    The Hanafi School follows the position of Imam Abu Hanifa’s two companions, Abu Yusuf and Muhammad, in this matter because it is more precautionary.
    According to the two companions, chanting the takbir al-tashriq is necessary (wajib) upon every man and woman who performs the obligatory (fard) prayer in these days regardless if:
    • they are the imam,
    • they are a follower in the group prayer,
    • they are a latecomer of the group prayer,
    • the imam forgets to say it after the group prayer,
    • they are praying alone,
    • they are traveling, or
    • they are residents of a village.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah; al-Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar]
    How Does One Say the Takbir al-Tashriq?

    One says at least once, out loud, immediately after each obligatory prayer:
    ‘Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. La ilaha illa Llah. Wa Llahu Akbar. Allah Akbar. Wa liLlahil-Hamd.’
    ‘Allah is the Greatest. Allah is the Greatest. There is no God save Him. And Allah is the Greatest. Allah is the Greatest. And to Allah belongs all praise.’
    Women should say the takbir al-tashriq in a soft voice and not loudly.
    It is optimal to say the takbir al-tashriq more than once according to the Imam al-‘Ayni.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali Imdad al-Fattah; al-Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar]
    What If One Does Not Say the Takbirs Immediately After Prayer?

    It is necessary (wajib) to make the takbirs immediately after the final salams of the obligatory (fard) prayer. If one talks purposely or forgetfully, loses one’s wudu, or performs other actions completely foreign to the prayer, one has missed the wajib. [ibn Abidin, Radd al-Muhtar]
    What is Sadaqat al-Fitr (Zakat al-Fitr)?

    The rulings of sadaqat al-fitr are usually found in the chapter of zakat in the works of the jurists. However, after realizing that many people are not aware of the sadaqat al-fitr and the right of the poor to receive it, its details has been included in this article.
    Sadaqat al-Fitr is a required charity on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr given to the same poor individuals who are allowed to receive zakat.
    It is related by the Companion Abdullah ibn Umar and his father Umar ibn al-Khattab (Allah be pleased with both) that “…the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) obligated (the payment) of zakat al-fitr in Ramadan (with) a sa’ of dates or a sa’ of barley upon every free person and slave, (whether) man or woman, from the Muslims.” [Bukhari; Muslim]
    How Does One Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr?

    The one who must pay sadaqat al-fitr gives one of the following:
    a) half a sa’* of wheat or similar food grains,
    b) a full sa’ of dates, barley, raisins or similar food grains,
    c) or the equivalent monetary value of either a or b.
    It is actually better to pay the monetary value when the goods are widely available. If they are not widely available, it is better to pay in the form of goods rather than by money.
    *Half a sa’ is approximately 2 kilos (4.5 pounds). A full sa’ is approximately 4 kilos (9 pounds).
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    Who Must Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr?

    Sadaqat al-fitr is necessary (wajib) upon:
    • any free Muslim, regardless if they are male, female, adult, child, sane, or not sane,
    • who possesses the zakatable minimum (nisab) in any form of wealth,
    • in excess of their immediate needs and debts,
    • on the morning Eid al-Fitr arrives (i.e. entering of Fajr),
    • regardless if an entire lunar year has passed upon this wealth or not.
    For sadaqat al-fitr, the zakatable minimum (nisab) is the same as the annual zakat, which is 612 grams of silver or 87.48 grams of gold or their equivalent monetary value. However, for sadaqat al-fitr, one calculates the nisab according to any form of wealth one owns beyond one’s basic needs and immediate debts. The details related to this difference are forthcoming.
    Immediate needs refer to one’s normal living expenses for oneself and one’s dependents, such as money for food, shelter, furniture, clothing, transportation, immediate debts, and books for those who use them.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    Does One’s Husband Pay For One’s Sadaqat al-Fitr?

    No, one’s husband is not obliged to pay one’s sadaqat al-fitr. However, if he voluntarily decides to do so out of his generosity, then it counts on one’s behalf.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    Does One Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr For One’s Children?

    Yes, if the child does not have the wealth to pay for sadaqat al-fitr and owes it, the father (or legal guardian) pays for the child. If the father (or legal guardian) does not pay on behalf of the needy child, the child does not owe this amount after reaching adulthood.
    If the child has the wealth to pay for it, sadaqat al-fitr is paid from the child’s wealth. If the wealthy child does not pay it, the child still owes this amount to the poor after reaching adulthood.
    It should be noted that a child is someone who has not reached puberty. After reaching puberty, each person is responsible for the payment of his/her sadaqat al-fitr. However, if an adult’s legal guardian still pays for his/her sadaqat al-fitr, it counts on his/her behalf.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; ibn Abidin, Radd al-Muhtar]
    How is the Calculation of the Nisab of Sadaqat al-Fitr Different From the Annual Zakat?

    Calculating the nisab of sadaqat al-fitr differs from calculating it for the annual zakat. With the annual zakat, one must own the nisab by means of specific forms of wealth (like gold, silver, cash, livestock, or trade goods) in excess of one’s basic needs and a lunar year passes upon this wealth.
    With sadaqat al-fitr, the nisab is calculated by means of any form of wealth one has in excess of one’s basic needs and immediate debts, regardless if a lunar year passed upon this wealth or not. If this excess wealth reaches the nisab on the morning of Eid al-Fitr (i.e. entering of Fajr), then it is necessary (wajib) for one to pay sadaqat al-fitr. It is quite possible that someone may not have to pay the annual zakat but at the same time be required to pay the sadaqat al-fitr.
    For example, someone who does not have any zakatable items in his possession, like cash or trade goods, does not have to pay zakat. But this same person owns other assets equal to the value of the nisab and these assets are in excess of his personal needs, such as having a surplus car, surplus televisions, or surplus computers. In this case, he does not pay the annual zakat but he does pay sadaqat al-fitr.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    When Does One Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr?

    It becomes necessary (wajib) to pay sadaqat al-fitr when Fajr enters on Eid al-Fitr (1st of Shawwal).
    It is recommended to pay sadaqat al-fitr after Fajr enters before heading to the Eid prayer area.
    It is valid to pay sadaqat al-fitr before Fajr enters on Eid al-Fitr or after it.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    What If One Never Paid Sadaqat al-Fitr?

    If one never paid sadaqat al-fitr in the past and was required to pay it, one still owes this amount to the poor. The time for paying the sadaqat al-fitr is not limited to the day of Eid al-Fitr itself; rather the time for payment is unconditioned. Thus, the obligation to pay is not lifted if delayed, although there is dislikedness in delaying.
    [ibn Abidin, Radd al-Muhtar; Tahtawi, Hashiyyat al-Tahtawi; Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; al-Maydani, al-Lubab]
    What if One’s Wealth Diminishes After One is Obliged to Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr?

    If one’s wealth diminishes after it became obligatory for one to pay sadaqat al-fitr, the obligation to pay is not lifted. This differs from the rulings on the annual zakat.
    [Tahtawi, Hashiyyat al-Tahtawi; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya]
    May Allah bless the entire ummah with a joyous Eid, inshaAllah.
    What does 'freedom' mean?

    Does the eagle want to swim in the sea,
    Restricted by the sky?

    Does the fish want to dance on the wind,
    Not enough river to explore?

    Yet the sky is freedom for the bird
    but death for the fish,

    The sea is wide for the fish
    but will engulf the bird.

    We ask for freedom but freedom to do what?
    We can only express our nature as it was created.

    The prayer mat of the earth is freedom,
    freedom from slavery to other than the One,
    Who offers an shoreless ocean of love to swim in
    and a horizon that extends to the next life,

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    Re: Fiqh of Eid (Hanafi)

    Who Must Attend the Congregational Eid Prayer?

    The congregational Eid prayer is necessary (wajib) upon the same individuals who are obliged to attend the Friday congregational prayer. These individuals are:
    Sane, adult men, which excludes women and children
    Residents, which excludes travelers
    Those in good health, which excludes genuinely sick people
    It should be noted that if women, children, travelers or sick individuals attend the Eid prayer, they are rewarded for their attendance. The aforementioned point is merely illustrating that it is not incumbent upon them to attend, which means that they are not sinful if they miss the prayer.
    [Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah; Ala al-Din Abidin, al-Hadiyya al-Alaiyya; Shurunbulali, Imdad al-Fattah]
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    I've always been told that women have to attend, because the menstruating were ordered to witness the prayer aswell. ? Help!

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    Re: Fiqh of Eid (Hanafi)

    Rasulullaah (صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم) ordered that every women come out for the Eid prayer. Even the menstruating women were ordered to come out, but they are to stay away from the musalla. This occurs in many authentic hadeeth. From them are the following:

    Bukhari Volume 2, Book 15, Number 8: Narrated Um ‘Atiya:
    “We used to be ordered to come out on the Day of Eid and even bring out the virgin girls from their houses and menstruating women so that they might stand behind the men and say Takbir along with them and invoke Allah along with them and hope for the blessings of that day and for purification from sins.”

    Also Rasulullaah (صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم) would give the Khutba after the Eid prayer not before it. This occurs in many authentic hadeeth. From them are the hadeeth reported in Bukhari. Ibn Umar narrated that, “Rasulullaah (صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم), Abu Bakr and Umar used to offer the Eid prayers before delivering the Khutba.” (Bukhari, Volume 2, Book 15, number 79) In another narration also found in Bukhari, Ibn Abbas narrated, “I (in my boyhood) went out with Rasulullaah (صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم) on the day of Eid ul Fitr, or Eid Ul Adha. Rasulullaah (صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم) prayed and then delivered the Khutba and then went towards the women, preached them and ordered them to give alms.” (Bukhari, Volume 2, Book 15, number 92).

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    Re: Fiqh of Eid (Hanafi)

    InshaALLAH people should clarify their answers with respect to the madhab they are quoting from, as the thread starter has done.


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    Question Eid Al Adha?

    Asalaamu alaykum wa rahamatullahi wa barakatuh.
    Insha'Allah you are all having a wonderful Eid!
    I wanted to ask, how is the second Eid different (i know it's about sacrificing an animal and to do with Ibrahim?)
    And is the second Eid big like Eid ul fitr? Do people dress up and everything and visit family?
    salams

    The Prophet (saw) said, Verily, the knots of Islam will be undone one by one. Whenever one knot is lost, then the people grabbed onto the one which came after it. The first of these knots will be ruling and the last will be the salah.[1]

    The author of Sitoon as-Sultaniyah says about this Hadith: “It was the Prophet who tied together the knots of Islam, including the uppermost knot of ruling after he established the Islamic state…As mentioned by Imam Mawardi the leadership has been proscribed as the succession of the Prophet in protecting the deen and governing the societal affairs. In this respect – Imam Baidawi mentioned that the Imama/Khalifah is the succession from the Prophet in the establishment of the laws of the Shari’ah. So without the Imam the laws lie unapplied and the territory is not protected effectively. The hadith indicates that it is the uppermost knot that keeps the subsequent knots safe from being untied. This is since it is the ruler that is responsible to apply Islam in its entirety, to implement the limits proscribed by Allah and to protect the society. Imam Ahmed mentioned without an Imam (for the Muslims as their leader) there would be fitna, and the destruction of the symbols of Islam ending with the Prayer is a great fitna.[2]




    [1] Tabarani, Musnad Ahmad and Al Hakim in his Al Mustadrak
    [2] Ibid. pg. 46


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    Re: Eid Al Adha?

    Walekumassalam

    Eid al fitr is the eid after ramadaan and people gives fitra i.e. zakat before eid.This eid is a special one and is less tiring.

    Where as eid al adha, the eid of sacrifice and yes we follow what Syeddinna ibrahim alaihisalaam did.This eid comes at the end of haj actually.Likewise the ramadaan, the eid ul fitr comes.

    In both of the eid, we dress up and go out to greet people.In eid ul fitr we distribute gifts to our friends and family, like the elders gift to younger ones,where as in eid ul adha the the meat is distributed or other times feasts are organized .

    And so on.
    Last edited by ahmed_abdullah; 10-09-10 at 09:03 PM.
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    ٱلشَّہۡرُ ٱلۡحَرَامُ بِٱلشَّہۡرِ ٱلۡحَرَامِ وَٱلۡحُرُمَـٰتُ قِصَاصٌ۬*ۚ فَمَنِ ٱعۡتَدَىٰ عَلَيۡكُمۡ فَٱعۡتَدُواْ عَلَيۡهِ بِمِثۡلِ مَا ٱعۡتَدَىٰ عَلَيۡكُمۡ*ۚ وَٱتَّقُواْ ٱللَّهَ وَٱعۡلَمُوٓاْ أَنَّ ٱللَّهَ مَعَ ٱلۡمُتَّقِينَ (١٩٤) وَأَنفِقُواْ فِى سَبِيلِ ٱللَّهِ وَلَا تُلۡقُواْ بِأَيۡدِيكُمۡ إِلَى ٱلتَّہۡلُكَةِ*ۛ وَأَحۡسِنُوٓاْ*ۛ إِنَّ ٱللَّهَ يُحِبُّ ٱلۡمُحۡسِنِينَ (١٩٥) وَأَتِمُّواْ ٱلۡحَجَّ وَٱلۡعُمۡرَةَ لِلَّهِ*ۚ فَإِنۡ أُحۡصِرۡتُمۡ فَمَا ٱسۡتَيۡسَرَ مِنَ ٱلۡهَدۡىِ*ۖ وَلَا تَحۡلِقُواْ رُءُوسَكُمۡ حَتَّىٰ يَبۡلُغَ ٱلۡهَدۡىُ مَحِلَّهُ ۥ*ۚ فَمَن كَانَ مِنكُم مَّرِيضًا أَوۡ بِهِۦۤ أَذً۬ى مِّن رَّأۡسِهِۦ فَفِدۡيَةٌ۬ مِّن صِيَامٍ أَوۡ صَدَقَةٍ أَوۡ نُسُكٍ۬*ۚ فَإِذَآ أَمِنتُمۡ فَمَن تَمَتَّعَ بِٱلۡعُمۡرَةِ إِلَى ٱلۡحَجِّ فَمَا ٱسۡتَيۡسَرَ مِنَ ٱلۡهَدۡىِ*ۚ فَمَن لَّمۡ يَجِدۡ فَصِيَامُ ثَلَـٰثَةِ أَيَّامٍ۬ فِى ٱلۡحَجِّ وَسَبۡعَةٍ إِذَا رَجَعۡتُمۡ*ۗ تِلۡكَ عَشَرَةٌ۬ كَامِلَةٌ۬*ۗ ذَٲلِكَ لِمَن لَّمۡ يَكُنۡ أَهۡلُهُ ۥ حَاضِرِى ٱلۡمَسۡجِدِ ٱلۡحَرَامِ*ۚ وَٱتَّقُواْ ٱللَّهَ وَٱعۡلَمُوٓاْ أَنَّ ٱللَّهَ شَدِيدُ ٱلۡعِقَابِ (١٩٦) ٱلۡحَجُّ أَشۡهُرٌ۬ مَّعۡلُومَـٰتٌ۬*ۚ فَمَن فَرَضَ فِيهِنَّ ٱلۡحَجَّ فَلَا رَفَثَ وَلَا فُسُوقَ وَلَا جِدَالَ فِى ٱلۡحَجِّ*ۗ وَمَا تَفۡعَلُواْ مِنۡ خَيۡرٍ۬ يَعۡلَمۡهُ ٱللَّهُ*ۗ وَتَزَوَّدُواْ فَإِنَّ خَيۡرَ ٱلزَّادِ ٱلتَّقۡوَىٰ*ۚ وَٱتَّقُونِ يَـٰٓأُوْلِى ٱلۡأَلۡبَـٰبِ (١٩٧) لَيۡسَ عَلَيۡڪُمۡ جُنَاحٌ أَن تَبۡتَغُواْ فَضۡلاً۬ مِّن رَّبِّڪُمۡ*ۚ فَإِذَآ أَفَضۡتُم مِّنۡ عَرَفَـٰتٍ۬ فَٱذۡڪُرُواْ ٱللَّهَ عِندَ ٱلۡمَشۡعَرِ ٱلۡحَرَامِ*ۖ وَٱذۡڪُرُوهُ كَمَا هَدَٮٰڪُمۡ وَإِن ڪُنتُم مِّن قَبۡلِهِۦ لَمِنَ ٱلضَّآلِّينَ (١٩٨) ثُمَّ أَفِيضُواْ مِنۡ حَيۡثُ أَفَاضَ ٱلنَّاسُ وَٱسۡتَغۡفِرُواْ ٱللَّهَ*ۚ إِنَّ ٱللَّهَ غَفُورٌ۬ رَّحِيمٌ۬ (١٩٩) فَإِذَا قَضَيۡتُم مَّنَـٰسِكَڪُمۡ فَٱذۡڪُرُواْ ٱللَّهَ كَذِكۡرِكُمۡ ءَابَآءَڪُمۡ أَوۡ أَشَدَّ ذِڪۡرً۬ا*ۗ فَمِنَ ٱلنَّاسِ مَن يَقُولُ رَبَّنَآ ءَاتِنَا فِى ٱلدُّنۡيَا وَمَا لَهُ ۥ فِى ٱلۡأَخِرَةِ مِنۡ خَلَـٰقٍ۬ (٢٠٠) وَمِنۡهُم مَّن يَقُولُ رَبَّنَآ ءَاتِنَا فِى ٱلدُّنۡيَا حَسَنَةً۬ وَفِى ٱلۡأَخِرَةِ حَسَنَةً۬ وَقِنَا عَذَابَ ٱلنَّارِ (٢٠١) أُوْلَـٰٓٮِٕكَ لَهُمۡ نَصِيبٌ۬ مِّمَّا كَسَبُواْ*ۚ وَٱللَّهُ سَرِيعُ ٱلۡحِسَابِ (٢٠٢)
    حرمت واے مہینے کا بدلہ حرمت والا مہینہ ہے اور سب قابلِ تعظیم باتوں کا بدلہ ہے پھر جو تم پر زیادتی کرےتم بھی اس پر زیادتی کرو جیسی کہ اس نے تم پر زیادتی کی اور الله سے ڈرو اور جان لو کہ الله پرہیزگاروں کے ساتھ ہے (۱۹۴) اورالله کی راہ میں خرچ کرو اور اپنے آپ کوپنے ہاتھوں ہلاکت میں نہ ڈالو او رنیکی کرو بے شک الله نیکی کرنے والوں کو دوست رکھتا ہے (۱۹۵) اور الله کے لیے حج اور عمرہ پورا کرو پس اگر روکے جاؤ تو جو قربانی سے میسر ہو اور اپنے سر نہ منڈواؤ جب تک کہ قربانی اپنی جگہ پر نہ پہنچ جائے پھر جو کوئی تم میں سے بیمار ہو یا اسے سر میں تکلیف ہو تو روزوں سے یا صدقہ سے یا قربانی سے فدیہ دے پھر جب تم امن میں ہو تو عمرہ سے حج تک فائدہ اٹھائے تو قربانی سے جو میسر ہو (دے) پھر جو نہ پائے تو تین روزے حج کے دنوں میں رکھےاور سات جب تم لوٹو یہ دس پورے ہو گئے یہ ا س کے لیے ہے جس کا گھر بار مکہ میں نہ ہو اور الله سے ڈرتے رہو اور جان لو کہ الله سخت عذاب دینے والا ہے (۱۹۶) حج کے چند مہینے معلوم ہیں سو جو کوئي ان میں حج کا قصد کرے تو مباثرت جائز نہیں اور نہ گناہ کرنا اور نہ حج میں لڑائي جھگڑا کرنا اور تم جو نیکی کرتے ہو الله اس کو جانتا ہے اور زادِ راہ لے لیا کرو اور بہترین زادِ راہ پرہیزگاری ہے اور اے عقلمندوں مجھ سے ڈرو (۱۹۷) تم پر کوئی گناہ نہیں ہے کہ اپنے رب کا فضل تلاش کرو پھر جب تم عرفات سے پھرو تو مشعر الحرام کے پاس الله کو یاد کرو اور اس کی یاد اس طرح کرو کہ جس طرح اس نے تمیں بتائی ہے اور اس سے پہلے تو تم گمراہوں میں سے تھے (۱۹۸) پھر تم لوٹ کر آؤ جہاں سے لوٹ کر آتے ہیں اور الله سے بخشش مانگو بے شک الله بڑا بخشنے والا نہایت رحم والا ہے (۱۹۹) پھر جب حج کے ارکان ادا کر چکو تو الله کو یاد کرو جیسے تم اپنے باپ دادا کو یاد کیا کرتے تھے یا اس سے بھی بڑھ کر یاد کرنا پھر بعض تو یہ کہتے ہیں اےہمارے رب ہمیں دنیا میں دے اور اس کے لیے آخرت میں کوئی حصہ نہیں ہے (۲۰۰) اوربعض یہ کہتے ہیں کہ اے ہمارے رب ہمیں دنیا میں نیکی اور آخرت میں بھی نیکی دے اور ہمیں دوزخ کے عذاب سے بچا (۲۰۱) یہی وہ لوگ ہیں جنہیں ان کی کمائی کا حصہ ملتا ہے اور الله جلد حساب لینے والا ہے (۲۰۲)
    The prohibited month―for the prohibited month―and so for all things prohibited there is the law of equality. If then anyone transgresses the prohibition against you, transgress ye likewise against him. But fear Allah and know that Allah is with those who restrain themselves. (194) And spend of your substance in the cause of Allah, and make not your own hands contribute to (your) destruction; but do good; for Allah loveth those who do good. (195) And complete the Hajj or `Umrah in the service of Allah. But if ye are prevented (from completing it) send an offering for sacrifice, such as ye may find and do not shave your heads until the offering reaches the place of sacrifice. And if any of you is ill or has an ailment in his scalp, (necessitating shaving) (he should) in compensation either fast, or feed the poor, or offer sacrifice; and when ye are in peaceful conditions (again) if anyone wishes to continue the 'Umrah on to the Hajj, he must make an offering such as he can afford, but if he cannot afford it, he should fast three days during the Hajj and seven days on his return making ten days in all. This is for those whose household is not in (the precincts of) the Sacred Mosque. And fear Allah, and know that Allah is strict in punishment. (196) For Hajj are the months well known. If anyone undertakes that duty therein let there be no obscenity nor wickedness nor wrangling in the Hajj. And whatever good ye do (be sure) Allah knoweth it. And take a provision (with you) for the journey, but the best of provisions is right conduct. So fear Me, O ye that are wise.! (197) It is no crime in you if ye seek of the bounty of your Lord (during Pilgrimage). Then when ye pour down from (Mount) Arafat, celebrate the praises of Allah at the Sacred Monument, and celebrate His praises as He has directed you, even though before this, ye went astray. (198) Then pass on at a quick pace from the place whence it is usual for the multitude so to do and ask for Allah's forgiveness. For Allah is Oft Forgiving Most Merciful. (199) So when ye have accomplished your holy rites, celebrate the praises of Allah, as ye used to celebrate the praises of your fathers;―yea, with far more heart and soul. There are men who say: "Our Lord! Give us (Thy bounties) in this world!" but they will have no portion in the hereafter. (200) And there are men who say: "Our Lord! Give us good in this world and good in the Hereafter and save us from the torment of the fire!" (201) To these will be allotted―what they have earned, and Allah is quick in account. (202)
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    The Fiqh of Eid al-Fitr & Eid al-Adha




    Answered by Ustadha Naielah Ackbarali
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    The Fiqh of Eid al-Fitr & Eid al-Adha

    Topics covered:
    • What are the Eid Holidays that Muslims Celebrate?
    • Who Must Attend the Congregational Eid Prayer?
    • When Is the Eid al-Fitr Prayer Performed?
    • When is the Eid al-Adha Prayer Performed?
    • Can the Eid Prayer Be Delayed for a Short Period of Time?
    • Is A Sermon (Khutba) Given for the Eid Prayer?
    • How Does One Perform the Eid Prayer as the Imam?
    • How Does One Perform the Eid Prayer as a Follower?
    • What If the Imam Pronounces More Than Three Takbirs?
    • What If the Imam Forgets to Pronounce the Additional Takbirs for Eid?
    • What If One Joins the Eid Prayer As a Latecomer?
    • Can One Perform Tayammum (Dry Ablution) for the Eid Prayer?
    • What If One Misses the Eid Prayer? Can One Perform the Eid Prayer Alone?
    • What is Recommended On the Day of Eid al Fitr?
    • How Does Eid al-Adha Differ From Eid al-Fitr?
    • What is Disliked to Do on the Day of Eid?
    • What is the Takbir al-Tashriq?
    • Who Must Say the Takbir al-Tashriq?
    • How Does One Say the Takbir al-Tashriq?
    • What If One Does Not Say the Takbirs Immediately After Prayer?
    • What is Sadaqat al-Fitr (Zakat al-Fitr)?
    • How Does One Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr?
    • Who Must Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr?
    • Does One’s Husband Pay For One’s Sadaqat al-Fitr?
    • Does One Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr For One’s Children?
    • How is the Calculation of the Nisab of Sadaqat al-Fitr Different From the Annual Zakat?
    • When Does One Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr?
    • What If One Never Paid Sadaqat al-Fitr?
    • What if One’s Wealth Diminishes After One is Obliged to Pay Sadaqat al-Fitr?


    May Allah bless the entire ummah with a joyous Eid, inshaAllah.
    Ustaadha Naielah Ackbarali [May Allaah preserve her, aameen]

    Reported by Ibn al-Salah:

    ولقد أحسن الحسن بن أبي زياد اللؤلؤي صاحب أبي حنيفة فيما بلغنا عنه أنه استفتي في مسألة فأخطأ فيها ولم يعرف الذي أفتاه فاكترى مناديا فنادى أن الحسن بن أبي زياد استفتي يوم كذا وكذا في مسألة فأخطأ فمن كان أفتاه الحسن بن أبي زياد بشيء فليرجع إليه
    فلبث أياما لا يفتي حتى وجد صاحب الفتوى فأعلمه أنه أخطأ وإن الصواب كذا وكذا والله أعلم

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    Question What conditions make Qurbani (Eid-ul-Adha) wajib on you??

    For a Muslim, who is not in Mecca performing Haj, what conditions make the Eid-ul-Adha's qurbani/sacrifice wajib?? What if a person is on a job and maintaining a household with a family, but under a significant credit cards debt, on top of the mortgage of the house? Should he/she must perform a formal qurbani under these conditions or worry about paying those creditors first so that he/she could get out of the depth?

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    Re: What conditions make Qurbani (Eid-ul-Adha) wajib on you??

    Assalamu Alaykum

    Have a read of this, should answer your question.

    http://www.nooremadinah.net/Document...ni/Qurbani.pdf

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    Re: What conditions make Qurbani (Eid-ul-Adha) wajib on you??



    Apparently, according to the the Hanafis, Udhiya (or 'Qurbani') is wajib if one possesses a certain amount of wealth. With the other 'schools', it's optional.

    Insha'Allah someone could expand on that.
    'Nor say of anything,"I shall be sure to do so and so tomorrow" without adding, " if Allah (SWT) Wills" (18:23-24)

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    Re: What conditions make Qurbani (Eid-ul-Adha) wajib on you??

    according to that file:
    possesses Nisaab for that moment in time, not necessarily for one Islamic calendar year (Nisaab is the
    value of excess wealth which makes a Muslim liable for Zakaah i.e. The possession of, or equivalent
    capital value of seven and half tolas gold (+ -3 ounces) or fifty two tolas of silver (+ - 20 ounces)


    sort of clear as mud, tbh, all i know is, my wages come in, the bills and mortgage get paid and i have a tiny bit left over, which doesnae really cover my other essentials like food clothing, fuel, etc.

    So I could do with a bit more clarification on this
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    Re: What conditions make Qurbani (Eid-ul-Adha) wajib on you??

    The subject of Nisaab is a bit vague to say the least; for example, this time last year you had no Nisaab wealth; this year you did; so would you be obliged to give Quraban, Zakat etc.. bearing in mind you've only held that level of Nisaab for less than a year ?

    Another example, you had Nissab wealth last year, about 6 months ago you didn't, then a few months later (up to the present), you do; again, are you obliged to give Qurbani, Zakat etc... ?

    To be on the safe side, I always take what I've got now rather than looking back and see what I did have.
    'Nor say of anything,"I shall be sure to do so and so tomorrow" without adding, " if Allah (SWT) Wills" (18:23-24)

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    Re: Super competitive direct wholesale price

    Thanks for sharing it!! Its very helpful...

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    Re: Super competitive direct wholesale price

    Bukhari Volume 2, Book 15, Number 8: Narrated Um ‘Atiya:
    “We used to be ordered to come out on the Day of Eid and even bring out the virgin girls from their houses and menstruating women so that they might stand behind the men and say Takbir along with them and invoke Allah along with them and hope for the blessings of that day and for purification from sins.”
    Jazak Allah Khaire...

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    Mash Allah very nice your website. You are doing good job. Allah will take your reward on your work. Jazak Allah Khaire.

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    History of Hajj and Eid Ul Adha...!! One of Pillars of Islam

    Eid ul Adha, the festival of sacrifice, is celebrated on 10th Zil-Haj, last month of Hijra calendar in the remembrance of sacrifice that Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) laid off in the name of Allah.

    History explains that God once appeared in Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S)’s dream and instructed him to build the most sacred Muslim shrine Ka’aba, in Makkah, which the Muslims should face during their prayers. Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) immediately responded to Allah’s call and built Ka’aba along with his wife and beloved son Hazrat Ismael (A.S).
    Read More: Eid ul Adha, The Festival Of Sacrifice and Hajj


    May Allah guide us on the right path, accept our forgiveness and keep providing us with his blessings

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    Excited about Eid ul Adha

    Salaamz,

    It's almost here, I can feel the excitement building, I love eid ul adha. I wish everyone a very happy and joyous eid ul adha, may Allah accept your sacrifice. Ameen.

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    Re: Excited about Eid ul Adha

    Just curious to find out what people do on eid, whether you sacrifice animals at home or away on the farm, how many you sacrifice etc. Please share.

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    I got a poem for you guys
    Fear Allah! And be nice to me

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    Re: Excited about Eid ul Adha

    Quote Originally Posted by Ibnzubair View Post
    I got a poem for you guys :insha
    About Eid ul Adha??

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    Re: Excited about Eid ul Adha

    Quote Originally Posted by KRazEE View Post
    About Eid ul Adha??
    yeah. Just finished writing. Trying to edit
    Fear Allah! And be nice to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibnzubair View Post
    yeah. Just finished writing. Trying to edit
    Nice, pls share

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    Re: Excited about Eid ul Adha

    I know me too! I can't wait Alhamdulilah.. I'm going to spend it in Egypt InshAllah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loony* View Post
    I know me too! I can't wait Alhamdulilah.. I'm going to spend it in Egypt InshAllah
    MashaAllah, are you sacrificing any camels?

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    No I'm going to sacrifice a goat. How about you?


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