“Damage has appeared in land and sea because of the doings of the people’s hands” (QS. Ar Rum: 41).
Not just saying “laa ilaaha illallah” but it is obligatory to know what it means, what are the conditions, what are the principles, what are the consequences, what is the cancellation and all about it
If a Muslim travels, then in the middle of the road he finds a non-Muslim man in critical condition because he is very hungry or very thirsty. Can he help him? And is the act rewarding?
Question: What is the law of raising dogs? Does touching the dog make our hands break? And how to clean the containers licked by him? Shaykh Muhammad ibn Salih Al-Uthaymeen replied: Maintaining a dog is not permitted except for a number of purposes which are granted by the Shari’a. Prophet Shallallahu’alaihi Wasallam gave concessions to [read more]