Brief Introduction to the Salafi Dawah


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Does Islam regard men and women as equal?


Is there a mention of the equality of women in the qur’an?

Praise be to Allaah.  

Firstly: 

This word – equality – which many thinkers in both the east and the west advocate in various fields of life is a word which is based on deviation and a lack of understanding, especially when the speaker attributes this idea of equality to the Qur’aan and to Islam. 

One of the things that people misunderstand is when they say that “Islam is the religion of equality”. What they should say is that Islam is the religion of justice. 

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

“Here we should note that there are some people who speak of equality instead of justice, and this is a mistake. We should not say equality, because equality implies no differentiation between the two. Because of this unjust call for equality, they started to ask, what is the difference between male and female?’ So they made males and females the same, and then the communists said, ‘What difference is there between ruler and subject? No one has any authority over anyone else, not even fathers and sons; the father has no authority over his son,’ and so on. 

But if we say justice, which means giving each one that to which he or she is entitled, this misunderstanding no longer applies, and the word used is correct. Hence it does not say in the Qur’aan that Allaah enjoins equality, rather it says (interpretation of the meaning):

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Rights of women in Islam


Rights of women in Islam

Praise be to Allaah.

Islam honours women greatly. It honours women as mothers who must be respected, obeyed and treated with kindness. Pleasing one’s mother is regarded as part of pleasing Allaah. Islam tells us that Paradise lies at the mother’s feet, i.e. that the best way to reach Paradise is through one’s mother. And Islam forbids disobeying one’s mother or making her angry, even by saying a mild word of disrespect. The mother’s rights are greater than those of the father, and the duty to take care of her grows greater as the mother grows older and weaker. All of that is mentioned in many texts of the Qur’aan and Sunnah Prophetic traditions). 

For example, Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): 

“And We have enjoined on man to be dutiful and kind to his parents”

[al-Ahqaaf 46:15] 

“And your Lord has decreed that you wor`ship none but Him. And that you be dutiful to your parents. If one of them or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them a word of disrespect, nor shout at them but address them in terms of honour.

And lower unto them the wing of submission and humility through mercy, and say: ‘My Lord! Bestow on them Your Mercy as they did bring me up when I was young’”

[al-Isra’ 17:23, 24] 

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Why did the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) Marry a number of women?


Why did the Messenger (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) marry a number of women?

Fatwas of the Permanent Committee Says : 

With Allah is the Perfect Wisdom. It is His Wisdom that He (Glorified be He) made it Mubah (permissible) for men to marry more than one wife, whether in the previous Shari`ahs (Divine laws) or in the Shari`ah (Islamic law) that was revealed to our Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
 
Polygamy was not thus peculiar to our Prophet (peace be upon him). Rather, Ya`qub (Jacob, peace be upon him) had two wives. Also, Sulayman (Solomon, peace be upon him) married ninety nine wives at the same time, and he had sexual intercourse with all of them on the same night hoping that Allah would grant him a son from each one of his wives that would fight for the cause of Allah.
 
Polygamy is not a Bid`ah (innovation) in Din (religion). It is not against sound mind or the requirements of Fitrah (natural disposition). Rather, permissibility of polygamy is a manifestation of Allah’s Wisdom. The number of women is more than that of men as statistics always show. Man may have the energy that requires him to have more than one wife to satisfy his sexual appetite through the Halal (lawful) means instead of committing something Haram (prohibited) or repressing his needs.
 

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A Detailed analysis of the Prophet’s Marriage to Aisha & Removing The Misconceptions


 

A Detailed analysis of the Prophet’s Marriage to Aisha

 

1-  Did the Prophet Marry Aisha at the age of 6?

 Authentic Hadith reports do show us that the prophet Muhammad did marry Aisha at the age of 6, but they also show the consummation of the marriage was complete when she was 9 years old.

 

Sahih Bukhari Volume 5, Book 58, Number 234:

Narrated Aisha:

The Prophet engaged me when I was a girl of six (years). We went to Medina and stayed at the home of Bani-al-Harith bin Khazraj. Then I got ill and my hair fell down. Later on my hair grew (again) and my mother, Um Ruman, came to me while I was playing in a swing with some of my girl friends. She called me, and I went to her, not knowing what she wanted to do to me. She caught me by the hand and made me stand at the door of the house. I was breathless then, and when my breathing became Allright, she took some water and rubbed my face and head with it. Then she took me into the house. There in the house I saw some Ansari women who said, “Best wishes and Allah’s Blessing and a good luck.” Then she entrusted me to them and they prepared me (for the marriage). Unexpectedly Allah’s Apostle came to me in the forenoon and my mother handed me over to him, and at that time I was a girl of nine years of age.

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Wife Beating Is Not Allowed In Islam In Any Case


Wife beating is not allowed in Islam in any case!

There is nothing in the Qur’aan that suggests that a man is allowed to bite his wife. 

1 – The Qur’aan enjoins good treatment of one’s wife: she is to be honoured and treated kindly, even when one no longer feels love in one’s heart towards her. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): 

“and live with them honourably. If you dislike them, it may be that you dislike a thing and Allaah brings through it a great deal of good”

[al-Nisa’ 4:19] 

2 – The Qur’aan explains that women have rights over their husbands, just as their husbands have rights over them. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): 

“And they (women) have rights (over their husbands as regards living expenses) similar (to those of their husbands) over them (as regards obedience and respect) to what is reasonable, but men have a degree (of responsibility) over them. And Allaah is All-Mighty, All-Wise”

[al-Baqarah 2:228] 

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Beneficial Sayings from Kitaab ut-Tawheed (Dr.Saleh As-Saleh)


Beneficial Sayings from Kitaab ut-Tawheed    
 

Book by Shaykh Muhammaad at-Tamimi rahimahullaah

Explanation is based upon that of Shaykh Ibn Al-‘Uthaymeen rahimahullaah

 

01- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Introduction – Meaning of Tawheed  – Saleh As-Saleh – 72:01 · 8.24 MB · MP3

02- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Purpose of our Existence  – Saleh As-Saleh – 78:19 · 8.96 MB · MP3

03- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 2 – Excellence of Tawheed – It Expiates Sins  – Saleh As-Saleh – 57:11 · 6.54 MB · MP3

04- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Right of Allaah – Right of the Slave  – Saleh As-Saleh – 55:48 · 6.39 MB · MP3

05- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Hadeeth of Mu3adh Ibn Jabal – part 2  – Saleh As-Saleh – 56:18 · 6.44 MB · MP3

06- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Hadeeth of 3ubadah Ibn As Saamit – part 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 49:32 · 5.67 MB · MP3

07- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Jesus – Spirit FROM Allaah – hadeeth part 2  – Saleh As-Saleh – 30:42 · 3.51 MB · MP3

08- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Hadeeth of 3itban bin Malik  – Saleh As-Saleh – 77:04 · 8.82 MB · MP3

09- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 03 – Purifying Tawheed From Shirk  – Saleh As-Saleh – 34:10 · 3.91 MB · MP3

10- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Hadeeth of Husayn Ibn Abdur Rahmaan  – Saleh As-Saleh – 40:29 · 4.63 MB · MP3

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11- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Hadeeth of Ibn Abbas  – Saleh As-Saleh – 47:54 · 5.48 MB · MP3

12- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 04 – Fear of Shirk  – Saleh As-Saleh – 32:50 · 3.76 MB · MP3

13- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Hadeeth of Ibn Mas3ud  – Saleh As-Saleh – 19:21· 2.21 MB · MP3

14- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Hadeeth of Jaabir  – Saleh As-Saleh – 18:55 · 2.17 MB · MP3

15- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 05 – The Call To Tawheed  – Saleh As-Saleh – 32:59 · 3.77 MB · MP3

16- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Hadeeth of Sa3d Ibn Sahl  – Saleh As-Saleh – 46:23 · 5.31 MB · MP3

17- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 06 – Explanation of Tawheed and the Testimony Saleh As-Saleh – 24:52 · 2.85 MB· MP3

18- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Tawheed Requires Negation and Affirmation  – Saleh As-Saleh – 28:34 · 3.27 MB · MP3

19- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Hadeeth Whoever Says laa ilaaha illallaah -Saleh As-Saleh – 38:13 · 4.37 MB · MP3

20- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 07 – Wearing Rings For Protection Is Shirk Saleh As-Saleh – 35:30 · 4.06 MB – MP3

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21- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 07 – Hadeeth – ‘Uqbah Ibn Amir – Abu Hatim Saleh As-Saleh- 29:22· 3.36 MB-MP3

22- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 08 – Incantations – Talisman – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 41:44 · 4.78 MB · MP3

23- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 08 – Incantations – Talisman – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 35:15 · 4.03 MB · MP3

24- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 09 – Seeking Blessings From Tree or Stone – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 31:20 · 3.58 MB · MP3

25- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 09 – Seeking Blessings From Tree or Stone – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 67:02 · 7.67 MB · MP3

26- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 10 – Slaughtering For Other Than Allaah – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 39:51 · 4.56 MB · MP3

27- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 10 – Slaughtering For Other Than Allaah – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 53:54 · 6.17 MB · MP3

28- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 11 – Forbidden Places of Slaughtering – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 44:44 · 5.12 MB · MP3

29- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 11 – Forbidden Places of Slaughtering – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 50:31 · 5.78 MB · MP3

30- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 12 – Making Vow to Other Than Allaah is Shirk – Saleh As-Saleh – 53:01 · 6.07 MB · MP3

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31- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 13 – Seeking Refuge in Other than Allaah is Shirk – Saleh As-Saleh – 32:33 · 3.72 MB · MP3

32- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 14 – Seeking Help From Other Than Allaah is Shirk -1-Saleh As-Saleh- 70:42· 8.09 MB· MP3

33- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 14 – Seeking Help From Other Than Allaah is Shirk -2-Saleh As-Saleh- 35:35· 4.07 MB·MP3

34- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 15 – Incapacity of Partners Man Gives to Allaah – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 60:08 · 6.88 MB· MP3

35- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 15 – Incapacity of Partners Man Gives to Allaah – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 43:15 · 4.95 MB· MP3

36- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 16 – No One Deserves to Be Partner With Allaah – 1 -Saleh As-Saleh- 57:21 · 6.56 MB· MP3

37- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 16 – No One Deserves to Be Partner With Allaah – 2 -Saleh As-Saleh- 57:18 · 6.56 MB· MP3

38- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 17 – Allaah Has No Need of an Intercessor – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 34:36 · 3.96 MB · MP3

39- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 17 – Allaah Has No Need for an Intercessor -2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 54:26 · 6.23 MB · MP3

40- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 18 – Guidance of Direction – Guidance of Success – Saleh As-Saleh – 38:39 · 4.42 MB · MP3

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41- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 19 – Excessive Praise of the Righteous -1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 46:23 · 5.31 MB · MP3

42- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 19 – Excessive Praise of the Righteous – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 24:44 · 2.83 MB · MP3

43- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 19 – Excessive Praise of the Righteous – 3 – Saleh As-Saleh – 58:36· 6.71 MB · MP3

44- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 20 – Acts of Worship at a Grave – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 40:24 · 4.62 MB · MP3

45- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 20 – Acts of Worship at a Grave – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 48:16 · 5.52 MB · MP3

46- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 21 – Excess in Raising up Graves of Righteous -1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 37:59 · 4.35 MB · MP3

47- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 21 – Excess in Raising up Graves of Righteous – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 38:43 · 4.43 MB · MP3

48- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 22 – The Prophet Protected Tawheed and Blocked Shirk– As-Saleh- 64:57· 7.43 MB·MP3

49- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 23 – Those of This Ummah Who Worship idols – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 34:39 · 3.97 MB · MP3

50- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 23 – Those of This Ummah Who Worship Idols – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 33:30 · 3.83 MB · MP3

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51- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 23 – Those of This Ummah Who Worship Idols – 3 – Saleh As-Saleh – 69:18· 7.93 MB · MP3

52- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 23 – Those of This Ummah Who Worship Idols – 4 – Saleh As-Saleh – 16:10· 1.85 MB · MP3

53- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 24 – What Is Mentioned Concerning Magic – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 45:32 · 5.21 MB · MP3

54- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 24 – What Is Mentioned Concerning Magic – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 55:42 · 6.37 MB · MP3

55- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 25 – Types of Magic – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 31:10 · 3.57 MB · MP3

56- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 25 – Types of Magic – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 33:41· 3.85 MB · MP3

57- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 26 – Concerning Fortune Tellers and the Like – 1 – Saleh As-Saleh – 50:53· 5.82 MB · MP3

58- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 26 – Concerning Fortune Tellers and the Like – 2 – Saleh As-Saleh – 31:11 · 3.57 MB · MP3

59- Kitaab ut Tawheed – Ch 27 – Counteracting Magic with Magic – Saleh As-Saleh – 23:50 · 2.73 MB · MP3

Imaan Billah ki haqeeqat (Roman Urdu PDF Book)


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Kitaab Ka Naam: Imaan billah ki haqeeqat

Mu’allif (Author): Dr. Syed Shafeeq ur Rahman Saheb Hafizahullah

Roman Urdu Translation: Umar Asari

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