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    (Original post by ThatMuslimGuy)
    If your just looking for rulings then these fatawa by Ibn Uthaymeen and Al-Jibreen is a good read:

    http://idci.co.uk/Fatawa-on-Fasting-...araweeh-1586-d

    No pdf though.

    Im currently reading the following:

    http://www.kalamullah.com/concise-fiqh.html

    It has a section on Fasting.

    Then their is Sheikh Fawzaan's book on fiqh which has a section on Ramadan:

    https://islamfuture.files.wordpress....e-volume-1.pdf



    Amazing Dua by Sheikh Idris Akbar:

    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=988506894494617
    (Original post by Ibn Fulaan)
    I would recommend the same two TMG, al wajeez fi fiqh al sunnah wa kitaab al azeez, mulakhas al fiqhi and i also throw in Umdatul Fiqh, all three books are of the beginning level with mulakhas al fiqhi (the one by Sh. Saleh al-Fawzan) possibly being the most complicated (and comprehensive) of the three. All three are available as PDF's online.
    JazakAllahu khayran to the pair of you may Allah swt reward you both immensely.

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    JazakAllahu khayran to the pair of you may Allah swt reward you both immensely.

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    BarakAllahu feek, ameen wa iyyak
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    "Don't panic and lose hope even if there's a mountain in your path... Talk to the One who created the mountains." - Dr. Bilal Philips.


    Photo: A Syrian brother grateful to be alive.

    May Allah bless this brother and give him lots of happiness..Ameen..

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    (Original post by Incredible97)
    Look sis! Huge sand storm in Riyadh. I took pics of the sky but cant send the streets incase people don't appreciate it lol. The saudis here are wearing these doctor masks lol and all school closed tmr. SubhanAllah. And I'm coughing cuz theres sand all over the place!

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    Salaam,

    For those of you who don't know, a sister passed away yesterday from Kingston university just months from graduation after a car accident by a reckless speeding driver. So make sure to make dua for her as well as her family who will no doubt be devastated by this news. Inna Lillahi wa inna ilaihi raji'un

    http://www.standard.co.uk/news/londo...-10148263.html

    The university Islamic society over at Kingston have decided to raise money so that they can build wells in her name, as you know that even after passing she will be rewarded for every person who uses this well. https://www.justgiving.com/KingstonISocSchemes/
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    Inna Lilahi wa inna Ilaihi raji'un

    SubhanAllah. May Allah swt forgive her soul.

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    (Original post by beautifulxxx)
    Look sis! Huge sand storm in Riyadh. I took pics of the sky but cant send the streets incase people don't appreciate it lol. The saudis here are wearing these doctor masks lol and all school closed tmr. SubhanAllah. And I'm coughing cuz theres sand all over the place!

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    SubhanAllah.. I bet the cars drive slowly when they're in the sandstorm so they don't crash and i guess most people stay at there houses. Look after yourself sis and stay safe.
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    (Original post by Iqbal007)
    Salaam,

    For those of you who don't know, a sister passed away yesterday from Kingston university just months from graduation after a car accident by a reckless speeding driver. So make sure to make dua for her as well as her family who will no doubt be devastated by this news. Inna Lillahi wa inna ilaihi raji'un

    http://www.standard.co.uk/news/londo...-10148263.html

    The university Islamic society over at Kingston have decided to raise money so that they can build wells in her name, as you know that even after passing she will be rewarded for every person who uses this well. https://www.justgiving.com/KingstonISocSchemes/
    Ina lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'on

    May Allah grant her Jannah and give her family Sabr
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    (Original post by Iqbal007)
    Salaam,

    For those of you who don't know, a sister passed away yesterday from Kingston university just months from graduation after a car accident by a reckless speeding driver. So make sure to make dua for her as well as her family who will no doubt be devastated by this news. Inna Lillahi wa inna ilaihi raji'un

    http://www.standard.co.uk/news/londo...-10148263.html

    The university Islamic society over at Kingston have decided to raise money so that they can build wells in her name, as you know that even after passing she will be rewarded for every person who uses this well. https://www.justgiving.com/KingstonISocSchemes/

    She and her family will surely be in my duaas.
    It's devastating news.
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    What's you favorite error refuting websites brothers/sisters?
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    (Original post by Ruh)
    WikiIslam - their academic research is rather profound in that never before have I witnessed such a thing whereby the pursuit of wisdom has manifested itself so beautifully in a website
    lol
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    (Original post by Ruh)
    WikiIslam - their academic research is rather profound in that never before have I witnessed such a thing whereby the pursuit of wisdom has manifested itself so beautifully in a website
    Haha, I went on that website twice before I converted. Read two posts. Exited and then "face palmed".

    And I was converting!
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    (Original post by Tpos)
    I was looking for the hadith on ifs and buts and came across the link which seems pretty useful http://theislamicworkplace.com/2006/...gement-part-2/ (the hadith is in there too) but yh don't think about what could've been and how much worse things could've been because Allah knows best and this happened through His will because this was best for you. Also I'm sure there's thousands of things that *possibly* could've gone wrong, anything could happen! So again don't think you're worse off or could've been better off if you went against your natural instinct and istikhara because that's not true.
    Yeah thanks my iman has become stronger here. But just wondering when u perform istikhara, how do you know sometimes I feel what's right straight after the prayer. Others a bit later on. Or does it depend on the circumstances.

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    Asalaamu Alaykum all - hope you're all well

    Nice posts guys, just got time to log on now

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    Ina lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'on
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    (Original post by IMBCFC)
    Yeah thanks my iman has become stronger here. But just wondering when u perform istikhara, how do you know sometimes I feel what's right straight after the prayer. Others a bit later on. Or does it depend on the circumstances.

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    As I understand it its about feeling content about a decision once you've asked consulted people you trust and asked Allah for guidance on the matter. It's not necessarily some sort of vision but it's about relying on Allah's guidance and not just following your whims. I've heard that sh. Abdul Nasir Jangda's talk on istikhara is pretty good at explaining it but I haven't got round to listening to it myself. (it is on YouTube) but yh my point is have a listen to that or look for answers from other knowledgeable people for more info.
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    The Sinking Boat
    "Imagine there are people travelling in a boat. One of the passengers starts to drill a hole right where he is sitting. What will be the reaction?

    Everyone will start making noise and stop him from carrying on what he's doing. Suppose he says 'mind your own business, I am drilling a hole in my own place and who are you to stop me?'

    Obviously, everyone will say, 'that is true. But when the water starts coming into the boat, it will not only drown you, but we all are going to sink.''


    Similarly, when you see sins committed in your community, society or nation, and if you turn a blind eye, you all will be answerable to God Almighty, liable for His punishment and for spreading the corruption.

    When you see something wrong happening in your community or the society, it is obligatory to confront it and stop it. If you have power to speak out against the evil committed, it will be the jihad with your tongue. If you have no power to speak but you can write against it, it will be jihad with your pen. If you can neither speak nor write, but have money to pay someone who can do the job for you, it will be jihad with your wealth. If you cannot do anything then have hatred towards such acts and this is the weakest form of jihad.
 
 
 
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