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    LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

    LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

    LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 8:30PM UK TIME

    This thread is made well in advance, so you have more than enough time to pose your questions before the next program, just in case you forget it.

    If you have more then one question please don't post it all in one post, spread it out with different posts unless it is co-related/related

    You can also send in extra questions live on thursday on skype: Skype name:*ummahradio

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    Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

    Do 'hanifs' still exist, what does the Quran say about them?

    During jahiliyah there were believers known as 'hanif' who were neither Christian nor Jewish but generally Abrahamic monotheist.*

    Most eagerly embraced Islam - but did any refuse, and if so, what happened to them? Were they regarded as heretics or hypocrites?

    In Indonesia we sometimes have "old believers" - originally Hindus who became Abrahamic monotheist and rejected paganism, but never formally joined Islam or Christianity. Does Islam say anything about these "monotheists of no religion"?
    http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthrea...49#post7498049

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      #3
      Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

      Question someone, somewhere once asked;

      “I saw a person saying that living with one's in laws is haraam imitation of the kuffar, is this correct?”
      If you were in the clouds, Allah would raise us to you or lower you to us for battle.

      said this to the Byzantine troops when they retreated from the battle field to the fortified town of Chalcis.

      - Khalid ibn Walid

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        #4
        Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

        As a traveller if you are near a mosque or can hear the azaan should you join jammah and pray the full salah of four

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          #5
          Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

          Assalamualikum Sheikh,

          Sheikh some Erdogan fanboys have been claiming that
          Erdogan was lying to reconcile the people, in claiming he will protect the legacy of the disgusting Kaafir known as Atartuk,

          http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/we-...erdogan-122240

          Can you elaborate on the permissibility of lying to reconcile between people and if this applies to what Erdogan said,

          :jkk:
          http://www.ilovepalestine.com/campai...imesinGaza.gif

          "It does not befit the lion to answer the dogs."

          – Imam al-Shafi’i (Rahimahullah)

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            #6
            Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

            If the marriage contract says mahr has not been paid and after marriage it is paid off then does a new marriage contract need to be made to say it has been paid

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              Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

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              mikhaeel can you confirm if your recording inshallah
              Last edited by salaam_7cgen; 13-11-17, 10:39 PM.

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                #8
                Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

                Originally posted by Fais View Post
                Question someone, somewhere once asked;

                “I saw a person saying that living with one's in laws is haraam imitation of the kuffar, is this correct?”
                Son?
                You think you know more than my scholar's qiyās? He was more learned than you and all other scholars combined. Yeah, the devil was the greatest scholar too and look where his qiyās of fire being better than tīn got him. Sorry.

                You follow your scholar's qiyās, and I will follow the Qur'ān and Sunnah.

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                  #9
                  Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

                  :salams

                  Regarding Sunnah and wudu

                  If the Prophet :saw: sometimes washed his limbs once, sometimes twice and sometimes three times, then why is doing it three times preferred?

                  If I recall the class incorrectly and the Prophet :saw: always washed three times and never once or twice, then why are the other two considered Sunnah?

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                    #10
                    Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

                    I was having a discussion about imitating the kuffaar and one sister told me that if an action is found in Islam, it can never be considered imitating. If an action or practise is not found in Islam but is not haram in any way and you do it, then one day that same practise starts trending with non believers, you need to drop it immediately.

                    I said not necessarily, as it didn't begin with you copying them.

                    She replied that now you're associated with them though through this action or practise.

                    Example might be when a man has Sunnah length hair and ties it (practically), in a top knot. So now his look is trending with non-believers.

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                      #11
                      Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

                      Can the enemy of my enemy be a 'friend'?

                      Not a friend per se but possibly a temporary alliance against a common cause?

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                        #12
                        Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

                        Another question resulting from a discussion:

                        Someone said that listening to certain kind of anashid are not beneficial for them personally as it uses rap or something else that is a similar sound to music, albeit not music.

                        Then someone else said that if the lyrics are glorifying Allah subhana wa ta'ala and there are no instruments in it, you should not boycott the nasheed as you're making something halal into something haram.

                        I said that boycotting was a strong term and that the person is simply finding some anasheed unhelpful for them personally.

                        The person then replied that if a nasheed isn't using music and is about Islam, then it can't in any way be considered unhelpful and we shouldn't say that as it was bordering on innovation.

                        Can you sort this out please?

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                          #13
                          Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

                          One or 2 years ago you mentioned in a qa sometimes rasulullah saw would advise Sahaba ra based on their capabilities an example was rasulullah saw would recommend different amount of sadaqah from different Sahaba so they would not regret giving too much later while other such as any bakr ra would give higher because they were stronger or superior in their status

                          Can the same be said about this two example

                          There is a hadith with where asma ra got a servant or slave from her father abu bakr ra and she said
                          My father pleased me so much by sending the servant that I felt as if I was freed from slavery

                          Then there's the famous narration where Fatima ra requested a slave but rasulullah saw advised her to continue the way she is living and revealed the tasbih to recite

                          Can we say that rasulullah saw knew his daughters capability and hence he chose the harder way of life for her so she can get more reward compared to the case of asma ra

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                            #14
                            Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

                            There are narration in hadith book such as sahih al bukhari which is not relating to a saying of Muhammad saw but rather of a event that happened in the time of Sahaba ra should we still call them hadith

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                              #15
                              Re: LIVE Q&A With Abu Mus'ab - Thursday 16th November 2017 7:45 PM UK TIME

                              Shaykh is unwell qa will be postponed to next week

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