There are people who think that because some of the rulers commit acts of kufr and sin, we are obliged to rebel against them and attempt to change things even if that results in harming the Muslims in that country, at a time when there are many problems in the Muslim world. What is your opinion?
I have question regarding the Tawwasul, I was telling someone that seeking Tawwasul at graves and asking the person who died to make dua to Allah is wrong. He told me what is wrong with asking a pious person during his life to make Dua and when he died also to ask him again to make dua. So I want you to clarify to me how to answer the brother, what kind of Tawwasul is allowed and which one not allowed since a lot people have been misguided by this issue?
I hope that you can explain to me the meaning of the verse (interpretation of the meaning):
“O you who believe! Do your duty to Allaah and fear Him. And seek the means of approach to Him”
That is so that we may refute what the Sufis say about Tawassul, because some of them interpret it as meaning that it is permissible to seek to draw closer to Allaah by the Prophets and awliya’ (“saints”). With regard to the hadeeth about Adam committing a sin, they say that al-Bayhaqi classed the hadeeth as saheeh, and that al-Dhahabi praised his book.
final fatwa of Shaykh 'Abdul-'Azeez ibn Baaz warning against
the Jamaa'ah at-Tableegh
*Please appropriately reference
this fatwa to: www.fatwa-online.com, thankyou!*
Your excellency, we hear about the Jamaa'ah
at-Tableegh and that which their da'wah
entails. So would you advise me to join this Jamaa'ah.
I anticipate your guidance and advice, and may Allaah reward
If I want to travel by plane and the time of
take-off is before ‘Asr begins, and the take-off of the second flight is
immediately after the first plane lands, is it permissible to combine
‘Asr with Zuhr and shorten them in my home city? What is the ruling if I
do that? What is the correct thing to do?
Why is so much of what is said about Shaykh al-Islam Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhaab so hostile, and why are his followers called Wahhabis?.
How can a person not make Taqleed (blind following) and still at the same time follow the teachings of one of the 4 imams. I am asking this after reading a summary of the biography of Sh Bin Baaz( may Allah(s.w) have mercy on him) and that he followed the school of Ahmad bin hanbal(may allah(s.w) have mercy on him) but didnt do taqleed.
Is it Sunnah to shake hands with only the right hand?
What about shaking hands with both hands(like clasping the right hand of the other person with both the hands)?