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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "What is the ruling on what people do on the day of Ashoora’ such as wearing kohl, taking a bath (ghusl), using henna, shaking hands with one another, cooking grains (huboob), showing their happiness, and so on…? Has any saheeh hadeeth to that effect been narrated from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) or not? If there is no saheeh hadeeth to that effect, does doing these things constitute bid’ah or not? What about the things that the other people do such as mourning, grieving, going without anything to drink, eulogizing, wailing, rending their garments, etc.? Is there any basis for that or not?"

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question: I am living in Dubai and here a huge number of Shia are present around us they always say that doing mourning on 9th and 10th Muhaaram is right and this is the proof that we love Hazrat Husain and Hazrat Yaqoob. Allah said about Yaqoob, "And he turned away from them and said, 'Oh, my sorrow over Joseph,' and his eyes became white from grief, for he was [of that] a suppressor. They said, 'By Allah, you will not cease remembering Joseph until you become fatally ill or become of those who perish.' He said, 'I only complain of my suffering and my grief to Allah, and I know from Allah that which you do not know.'" Please tell me the answer as soon as possible that beating chest is right or wrong?

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    Question answered by the Grand Sheikh Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid - may Allah protect him - and read: «What is the ruling on what people on the day of Ashura put like, Kohl, ablution, and henna and handshake, and grain and cooking show pleasure, and other...

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    Muslims must fear Allah and take lessons from what Allah has told us in the Noble Qur’an regarding the Prophets and Messengers of Allah and the previous nations.

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    Shaikh Bin Baz answer this question: What is the ruling on the Husseiniyahs of the Raafidis and the things that are done there such as slapping and scratching the cheeks, wailing, rending one’s garments and beating oneself, sometimes with chains, whilst calling upon the dead and the noble Ahl al-Bayt (members of the Prophet’s household) for help?.

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    Writer : Muhammad Salih Reviewing : Osama Emara

    In this article, Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed shows the history of fasting on the day of Ashoura, its virtue, ruling of fasting a day before or after it and some common acts of religious innovations on that day.

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "If a woman is in impure condition on 9th, 10th, and 11th of Muharram due to which she can not fast. Is it possible to make up those fast on other days after her ghusl?"

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "I am a student in the girls' college and there is a huge number of shiah living among us. Currently, they are wearing black for the occasion of Ashooraa. Is it permissible for us in response to wear bright colours and extra adornment for the sole purpose of annoying them?! Is it permissible for us to backbite about them and pray against them, knowing that they have clearly expressed hatred for us? And I have seen one of them wearing amulets on which are written mysterious words and she had a stick in her hand with which she was pointing to one of the students, and I was harmed by that and am still being harmed. May Allaah reward you with good!"

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "Is it permissible to have family gatherings – among brothers and cousins – and to eat together on special occasions and Eids (by special occasions I mean the Prophet’s birthday, ‘Ashoora’, ... etc)? What is the ruling on one who does that? And what about gatherings after someone had memorized or completed the Quran?"

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    Writer : Khaled Abu Salih Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf The Publisher : Daar Al-Watan

    An article in English explains the virtue of the day of Ashura and the frequent supererogatory fasting in Muharram month, along with some related matters.

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) gives an answer to the following question: Is eating Ashura considered a heresy on the day of Ashura, and if you eat it on the day before or after it, is it heresy? What is the ruling on expanding oneself on the day of a person’s birthday, such as bringing fruit and sweets when there is no party?

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question: Is it permissible to eat the foods cooked by Shiites in Aashooraa? They say that these foods are made for Allah’s sake but its reward is for Al-Hussein, may Allah be pleased with him! It will be embarrassing if I do not accept this food. It may even expose me to danger, as I am in Iraq, and you know how Sunnis here are treated.

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question: I know of the virtue of fasting the day of Ashoora, and that it is expiation for the year that came before. But because we use the Gregorian calendar I did not know when Ashoora is until the morning of the day itself. I had not eaten anything, so I intended to fast. Is my fast valid, and will I get the reward of this day and receive expiation for the previous year?

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question: I heard that fasting the day of Ashoora expiates for the past year, is this true? Does it expiate for everything, even major sins? What is the reason for venerating this day?

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question: I still have days to make up for Ramadan and I want to fast Ashoora. Is it permissible for me to fast Ashoora before I have made up the fasts I owe? Can I fast Ashoora and the eleventh of Muharram with the intention of making up the Ramadaan fasts, and will I get the reward for fasting Ashoora?

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question: How should we fast Ashura this year? Until now, we do not know when the month begins or whether Dhul-Hijjah has twenty-nine or thirty days. How can we define when Ashura is and fast it?

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question: I want to fast Ashoora this year, but some people told me that the Sunnah is to fast the day before as well (tasoo’a’). Is there any report that this was the teaching of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)?

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question: Is it permissible to fast Ashoora day only without fasting the day before or the day after?

  • Bosnian

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    Lecturer : Safwat Kudozovetch

    This is a lecture in Bosnian shows the rules and sources of Islam.

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