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Is it permissible for muslims to congratulate each other and give duaa on the new year based on the Gregorian calendar without the intention of celebrating it?
- English Mufti : Muhammad ibn Saleh al-Othaimeen
Can a muslim celebrate a non muslim holiday like Thanksgiving?
This is a brief article on what Jesus said about Christmas in the light of the Quran and the Sunnah.
An Article on The History of Christmas.
- English Writer : Group of Scholars
the rulings relating to celebrating : the hijri new year, the birth day of the prophet, the new year's day of the christian, the celebration of the christians
This is an answer from Sh. Muhammad ibn Saleh Al-Uthaimin about the ruling on the Valentine Day.
What is the shar’i ruling on celebrating festivals such as the birthday of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), children’s birthdays, Mother’s Day, Tree Week and national holidays?
What do you say to Muslims in the United Kingdom who celebrate at Christmas time by holding dinner parties in their houses on Christmas or afterwards, for their Muslim families, such as preparing roast turkey and the other dishes of the traditional Christmas dinner, and they adorn their houses with balloons and paper chains, and they do the “secret Santa” tradition, whereby each relative brings a gift for one of the people present and these gifts are brought to the party to be given to the one for whom he bought it, without the recipient knowing who he is. [“Secret Santa” is a new, growing custom among non-Muslims who celebrate Christmas, and is in accordance with their belief in the myth of Santa Claus]. Is this action regarded as halaal or haraam, if no one is attending this party except Muslims (relatives and family members)?.
Is it permissible for Muslims to take part in their festivals, such as Christmas?
Is it permissible to attend the celebrations of Christian festivals and congratulate them?
Can we take part in non-Muslim celebration only so that they might be attracted to our celebrations too?
In these days of excess entertainment and consumption, it is easy to get caught up in the so-called "holiday season", rarely stopping to consider its significance. I say so-called, because the very word holiday is derived from the two words holy and day. However, under closer scrutiny from the Judeo-Christian and Islamic perspectives, these days are anything but holy. Celebrations such as Easter, Christmas, All Saints’ Day, and Halloween all find their roots in pagan traditions, alien to the prophets (may peace and blessings be upon all of the prophets). Proof of these lies in the lack of historical evidence that the prophets ever celebrated their birthdays, decorated eggs, placed ornaments on trees, or dressed up in costumes. Through an examination of these holiday myths as religious innovation, or bid’ah, this article is a small attempt at warning people of the dangerous implications and subtle attitudinal changes that come with such celebrations.
A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid regarding: "I have a retail bussiness,, which during there holiday I carry there goods, like Christmas decoration, mothers day, Easter,, holloween,, ect,, is this harram,, I use to own a supermarket once I sold it and I didn’t want to get in to that again cause sold beer and pork. also brother I hope you don’t mind mentioning some of the items I sale, tell me if its haraam condoms, ceramic figurs, cigarettes, lottery,, medicine some contain alcohol,, or the gel tablets,, candy that may or my not have any haraam in it, toothpaste,, some of these items are haraam for us to use but can it be sold to the kafir since they the only customers."
A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid regarding: "I would like to no if it is haram to go to the sydney royal easter show. although it is called the easter show it really has nothing to d with easter. i like to go for the craft, fruit, animal shows, they all hav nothing to do with easter."
- English Author : Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid
The conflict between truth and falsehood is ongoing and will last as long as this world remains. The fact that some groups among the Ummah of Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) are following the people of falsehood.
- English Writer : Muhammad ibn Saleh al-Othaimeen
Ruling on celebrating non-Muslim holidays and congratulating them.