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    (Original post by Biryani007)
    QUIZ QUESTION:

    What is the arabic word meaning the criterion to judge between right and wrong and is also the name of the 25th surah?
    I know :smug:

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    Met a revert brother in the mosque on Wednesday. Aged 18 and had been thrown out of his house and disowned by his family.

    Made me think how easy many of us have it.

    فَبِأَيِّ آلَاءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ

    So which of the favours of your Lord would you deny?

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    (Original post by ThatMuslimGuy)
    Met a revert brother in the mosque on Wednesday. Aged 18 and had been thrown out of his house and disowned by his family.

    Made me think how easy many of us have it.

    فَبِأَيِّ آلَاءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ

    So which of the favours of your Lord would you deny?

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    He has gained a better family, may Allah keep him steadfast send him our salaams if you get to meet him again.
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    (Original post by Biryani007)
    What are the rest?

    QUIZ QUESTION:

    What is the arabic word meaning the criterion to judge between right and wrong and is also the name of the 25th surah?
    Al-Furqaan.
    Umar was also known as Al-faruuq, the divider between just and injustice haqq and batiil.
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    (Original post by ThatMuslimGuy)
    Met a revert brother in the mosque on Wednesday. Aged 18 and had been thrown out of his house and disowned by his family.

    Made me think how easy many of us have it.

    فَبِأَيِّ آلَاءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ

    So which of the favours of your Lord would you deny?

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    Was it the fact that he reverted that made his family disown him? Anyway, happy for him. May Allah relieve him of his struggles.

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    (Original post by ThatMuslimGuy)
    I know :smug:Posted from TSR Mobile
    You should have said it

    (Original post by Al-farhan)
    Al-Furqaan.Umar was also known as Al-faruuq, the divider between just and injustice haqq and batiil.
    Wow, I didn't know that tbh...your question!
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    (Original post by Enginerd.)
    Was it the fact that he reverted that made his family disown him? Anyway, happy for him. May Allah relieve him of his struggles.

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    Yeah when they found he was Muslim. They threw him out.
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    (Original post by Biryani007)
    You should have said it
    Let others answer
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    (Original post by Biryani007)
    What are the rest?
    Hadeeth Saheeh

    A hadeeth must meet the five criteria in order to be accepted according to Islaamic law as a source of legal ordinance. Ibn as-Salaah defined the Hadeeth Saheeh as follows:

    “A Hadeeth Saheeh is one which has a continuous isnaad, made up of trustworthy narrators narrating from trustworthy narrators, which is found to be free from any irregularities or defects.”

    1. Ittisaal as-Sanad (Continuity of the chain of transmitters)

    The chain of narrators or transmitters, who are relating the Matn (text), has to be unbroken for the hadeeth to be considered. That is none of the transmitters must be missing from the chain and each narrator, Raawee, has to have met the transmitter directly preceding him as well as the one directly following him. Each Raawee has to be a known individual, otherwise he is classified as majhool (unknown) and the sanad is classified as broken.

    2. ‘Adaalah (integrity)

    The integrity of the narrators is the second key condition for a hadeeth to be considered valid. By integrity we mean that the narrator was a practicing Muslim and was not known to have done any of the major (forbidden things) if he was a known liar he is classified as kaththaab and the hadeeth that he has transmitted is classified as da‘eef. These are the conditions verified through the references of the biographical science of hadeeth known as Kutub ar-Rijaal.

    3. Dabt (accuracy)

    The accuracy of the text is determined by two factors either of which is sufficient by itself.

    (a) Dabt as-Sadr (Soundness of memory)

    Each narrator must be known for his ability to memorize and repeat with a high degree of accuracy. If a narrator had a tendency to repeat hadeeth in a number of different ways such a hadeeth is classified as Mudtarib (confused) and any other hadeeth that he narrates will be classified as Da‘eef. When the narrator’s level of accuracy is mediocre but the other conditions for authenticity are fulfilled, the hadeeth is classified as hasan.

    (b) Dabt al-Kitaabah (Written accuracy)

    Each narrator who does not fulfill precondition “a”, must be known for recording his hadeeth in books accurately and his narrations only be from his books, these two preconditions (a,b) are also verified by Kutub ar-Rijaal (books on Biographies of narrators).

    4. Ghayr Shaathth (conformity)

    It is critical that the hadeeth conform to similar hadeeths narrated on the same topic whose chains are stronger. If the text of a hadeeth contradicts that of another well-known text whose chain of narration is stronger, or it is in conflict with a group of other narrators of a similar status, it is classified as shaathth (errant), which is one of the categories of hadeeth da‘eef.

    5. Laa ‘Illah (absence of hidden defect)

    The hidden defect is one that causes the hadeeth to appear to be sound and only become evident after deep investigation. For a hadeeth to be considered sound (saheeh) it has to be free of hidden defects. A hadeeth with hidden defects is called ma‘lool or mu‘allal. Ibn al-Madeenee (d. 324AH) said that a defect can only be revealed if all the isnaads of the hadeeth are coallated. In his book, al-Ilal, he listed 34 Successors and the names of the Companions they heard hadeeths directly from. For example, he said that al-Hasan al-Basree (d. 110AH) did not meet ‘Alee (d. 40AH), although there is a slight possibility that he may have seen him during his childhood in Madeenah. Such information is very important as it disproves the many Sufi traditions in which they claim that al-Hasan heard from ‘Alee. Only a few hadeeth scholars compiled books on this topic, among them, Ibn Abee Haatim ar-Raazee (d. 327), al-Khallaal (d. 311) and ad-Daaraqutnee (d. 385).7

    [Bilal Philips, Usool Al-Hadeeth]
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    (Original post by ThatMuslimGuy)
    Yeah when they found he was Muslim. They threw him out.
    May Allah make it easy for him

    (Original post by ThatMuslimGuy)
    Let others answer
    Ah ok aha.
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    Shaker Aamer to be released in June Insha'Allah and Omar Khadr has been granted bail.




    (Original post by Biryani007)
    May Allah make it easy for him



    Ah ok aha.
    Ameen.
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Shaker Aamer to be released in June Insha'Allah and Omar Khadr has been granted bail.






    Ameen.
    That's great news Alhamdulilah.

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    (Original post by ThatMuslimGuy)
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    JazaakAllah khair!
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    Asalamu alaykum everyone

    Just found out Omar Khadr was granted bail today. And Shaker Aamer could be out by June inshaAllah. I am sooooooooooo unbelievably happy

    Alhamdulilah. But lets not forget the rest of the aseer in our du'as. Remember, Babar Ahmad should also be out sometime this year as well!

    Also, I probably won't post here again for a long while - so until then, asalamu alaykum :hello:
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Shaker Aamer to be released in June Insha'Allah and Omar Khadr has been granted bail.






    Ameen.
    Alhamdulilah, where did you hear this from?
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    (Original post by R£SP£CT)
    Alhamdulilah, where did you hear this from?

    http://www.doamuslims.org/?p=2809

    http://www.doamuslims.org/?p=2795
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    (Original post by themorninglight)
    Asalamu alaykum everyone

    Just found out Omar Khadr was granted bail today. And Shaker Aamer could be out by June inshaAllah. I am sooooooooooo unbelievably happy

    Alhamdulilah. But lets not forget the rest of the aseer in our du'as. Remember, Babar Ahmad should also be out sometime this year as well!

    Also, I probably won't post here again for a long while - so until then, asalamu alaykum :hello:
    Waalaikumassalam

    Masha'Allah that's great news.
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Saw on fb.



    Tbf I can imagine Muslims pretty much giving all of those responses if it was real.
    Salah Sharief, great guy loool he's been getting a lot of attention because of his posts, now he's changing is Facebook to a page cos too many are adding him and stuff
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    Ibn Abdul Barr reported: Abu Ad-Darda, may Allah be pleased with him, would say, “Silence is a form of wisdom, yet few people practice it.” Source: Jami’ Bayan Al-‘Ilm 628
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    (Original post by Iqbal007)
    Salah Sharief, great guy loool he's been getting a lot of attention because of his posts, now he's changing is Facebook to a page cos too many are adding him and stuff
    Did you make it on to his new accounts friends?
 
 
 
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