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  • #16
    Everyone please get along, even if you disagree with one another :). Allah is happy when the Ummah gets along and who wouldn't want to make Allah the Exalted happy?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post

      Avoid replying back with insults, it just makes your failure worse.
      Sadly you think I'm insulting you. If I really did use insults you'd be raving with your self-righteousness.

      Avoid trying to instigate me into insulting you joker.

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      • #18
        Lets name some halal entertainment people...

        Im soon moving in with my husband and i dont plan on getting a tv, hopefully he wont want it either.

        thus, we could listen to lectures together, just chat, read quran, pray night prayer, go to bed after isha is actually not allowed to speak after isha anyway right?

        what other things can people do in the evenings ?
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        • #19
          Originally posted by Kaas View Post
          Lets name some halal entertainment people...

          Im soon moving in with my husband and i dont plan on getting a tv, hopefully he wont want it either.

          thus, we could listen to lectures together, just chat, read quran, pray night prayer, go to bed after isha is actually not allowed to speak after isha anyway right?

          what other things can people do in the evenings ?
          Exercise. Work-out so you both look good and feel good and...well you know...
          Reading other books. Just doing your own reading but being around each other. :)
          Also, going for walks together? The Prophet (SAWS) used to do that too...

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          • #20
            Originally posted by IsaahM View Post

            Sadly you think I'm insulting you. If I really did use insults you'd be raving with your self-righteousness.

            Avoid trying to instigate me into insulting you joker.
            Originally posted by IsaahM View Post
            Wow typical retard who takes verses of the Quran completely out of context to try and subdue others. Must be feeling pretty smug and proud of yourself after posting that eh? You're a joke and you'll get what you deserve soon. I cant be bothered to argue back with stupidity.
            Originally posted by IsaahM View Post

            You're a joke. I feel sorry for you and for the people who have to interact with you on a daily basis. May Allah protect your wife and children from you.

            Originally posted by IsaahM View Post

            Didn't I make it clear? I won't engage in arguments with jokers like you.

            First you got triggered, and lied about taking ayaat out of context, instead of admitting that we can't encourage others to sin as per ther Qur'an and Sunnah, then you brushed it off as some "self righteousness" when the point was to forbid the evil as Allah سبحانه وتعالى obligated every Muslim to do so.
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            Then you went nuts started hurling personal insults, now your lying again claiming you weren't insulting.


            May Allah عز و جل rectify your conduct and affairs
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            • #21
              You're still a joker. That's not an insult. All your knowledge is of naqal not of aqal.

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              • #22
                halalflix lol

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Kaas View Post
                  Lets name some halal entertainment people...

                  Im soon moving in with my husband and i dont plan on getting a tv, hopefully he wont want it either.

                  thus, we could listen to lectures together, just chat, read quran, pray night prayer, go to bed after isha is actually not allowed to speak after isha anyway right?

                  what other things can people do in the evenings ?
                  Not allowed to speak after isha???????

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Cptn._.Mario View Post

                    Not allowed to speak after isha???????
                    It is makrooh to speak after ‘Isha’ prayer unless that is for a reason, or speaking about some good topic, because it was narrated in al-Saheehayn from Abi Barzah that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to dislike sleeping before ‘Isha’ and speaking afterwards. Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 568; Muslim, 647.

                    Al-Nawawi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said in his commentary:

                    The scholars said: The reason for it being makrooh to sleep beforehand is that one risks missing the prayer by sleeping too deeply, or one risks missing the preferred and best time for the prayer, and lest the people take this matter lightly and sleep and miss the prayer in congregation.

                    The reason why it is makrooh to speak afterwards is because that leads to people staying up late at night and there is the fear that sleep may then prevent them from praying qiyaam al-layl and making dhikr, or from praying Fajr during the permissible time or the best and preferred time. And because staying up late at night is a cause of laziness during the day with regard to religious duties, acts of worship and worldly interests. The scholars said: the kind of speech that is makrooh after ‘Isha’ is that which serves no interest. As for speech which serves a good interest, it is not makrooh, such as studying, telling stories of the righteous, speaking to a guest or to a bride to put them at their ease, a man speaking kindly to his wife and children or for a reason, speaking to travellers about protecting them or their luggage, speaking to reconcile people and intercede with them for a good purpose, enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil, guiding people to do good, etc. All of these are not makrooh. There are saheeh ahaadeeth which speak of some of the things we have mentioned, and the rest come under the same heading. What is meant by it being makrooh to speak after ‘Isha’ is speaking after praying ‘Isha’, not after the time for ‘Isha’ begins. The scholars are agreed that it is makrooh to speak after the prayer except speech in which there is goodness, as we have mentioned above.
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Cptn._.Mario View Post

                      Not allowed to speak after isha???????
                      In other words watching a movie is haram in itself and completely useless activity after isha thus makrooh in that sense. Exept if it were to be a lecture, but by movie i mean hollywood/bollywood you know what type
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Kaas View Post

                        It is makrooh to speak after ‘Isha’ prayer unless that is for a reason, or speaking about some good topic, because it was narrated in al-Saheehayn from Abi Barzah that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to dislike sleeping before ‘Isha’ and speaking afterwards. Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 568; Muslim, 647.

                        Al-Nawawi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said in his commentary:

                        The scholars said: The reason for it being makrooh to sleep beforehand is that one risks missing the prayer by sleeping too deeply, or one risks missing the preferred and best time for the prayer, and lest the people take this matter lightly and sleep and miss the prayer in congregation.

                        The reason why it is makrooh to speak afterwards is because that leads to people staying up late at night and there is the fear that sleep may then prevent them from praying qiyaam al-layl and making dhikr, or from praying Fajr during the permissible time or the best and preferred time. And because staying up late at night is a cause of laziness during the day with regard to religious duties, acts of worship and worldly interests. The scholars said: the kind of speech that is makrooh after ‘Isha’ is that which serves no interest. As for speech which serves a good interest, it is not makrooh, such as studying, telling stories of the righteous, speaking to a guest or to a bride to put them at their ease, a man speaking kindly to his wife and children or for a reason, speaking to travellers about protecting them or their luggage, speaking to reconcile people and intercede with them for a good purpose, enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil, guiding people to do good, etc. All of these are not makrooh. There are saheeh ahaadeeth which speak of some of the things we have mentioned, and the rest come under the same heading. What is meant by it being makrooh to speak after ‘Isha’ is speaking after praying ‘Isha’, not after the time for ‘Isha’ begins. The scholars are agreed that it is makrooh to speak after the prayer except speech in which there is goodness, as we have mentioned above.
                        I see. I've only heard that praying Isha should be the last 'activity' before you sleep. First time I hear of speech.

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