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Question :
What is the meaning if the ‘Aqeeqah of the newborn child, and is it Fardh (obligatory) or Sunnah (supererogatory)?

Answer :
The ‘Aqeeqah of the newborn child is the sacrificial animal that is slaughtered in seeking nearness to Allaah and thanking Him for the blessing of the newborn child on the 7th day after its birth. The people of knowledge have differed over whether it is Sunnah or Fardh. (more…)

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Question :

What is the ruling on a person urinating while standing, is it forbidden or permissible?

Answer :

It is not forbidden for a person to urinate while standing, because it has been authentically reported by al Bukhari and Muslim, on the authority of Huthaifah, may Allah be please with him, that the Prophet (Sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) came to the rubbish pit of a people and urinated while standing (al-Bukhari no.226). (more…)

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Each of us spend a day on a highway Shawwal ‘Eid Iedul. O Brother, Sister,

And Allah knows best the truth

Reference :

Ahkamul ‘Aidain by Shaykh’ Ali Hasan ibn ‘Ali al-Halabi al-Atsari.

Days imitate the Prophet in the Kingdom.

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Translated by : Abu Yusuf ath-Thuwailib

Article of http://www.muslimah.or.id

Author: Ummu ‘Athiyah

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Siwak or toothbrushing

Siwak, refers to the twigs of trees used to clean the teeth and gum, and included in it is the brushing action with a specific branch or with other similar tools, so the food, tartar and the dental plaque could be removed, so that the mouth clean and the reward would be obtained. Benefits of using siwak could be mentioned briefly : for the cleanliness, health, eliminate the bad breath, so that the mouth becomes fresh, to get the reward and follow the Messenger of Allaah shalallahu ‘alayhi wasallam.

From Abu Hurayrah may Allaah blessing him, the Prophet shallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam said, “if not because of the burdensome for my people, of course I ordered them to do siwak(toothbrushing) every time before Shalah(prayer).”

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