A beautiful Inkaarul Munkar from a sister
A beautiful Inkaarul Munkar from a sister Umm Zaiba MashaAllah
As we all love to attend the halaqa and like to hear from some eloquent speakers It is crucial that we adhere to the etiquette of the Majlis
May ALLAH enable us to follow the Steps of the sahabiat Ameen
Before reading these lines below
Remember that whenever we are good we see good and whatever discrepancies we come to know ,we should advise so it all rectify/change for the better InshALLAH.
Umm Zaiba said :
Assalam alaykum wrbt. Dear sisters, Yesterday I had been to the peace convention, I was really feeling very sad that our Muslims really don’t know our culture we immitate the yahood and nasara. Anything happens that pleases us we start clapping, Is this our culture. When brother Nauman came to the dias literally all the venue was full of cheering and it looked as though it’s not a speaker from islam but a pop singer or some celebrity, it’s really very very sad to say that is this the way of muslim? Each
Even our sisters are cheering. There’s a hadith we all know that a majalis were the talks are about Allah is surrounded by the malaika. Do you think such majalis will have this. Please sisters it’s my request, we are the students of Islam, it’s our duty that if we see something wrong we need to rectify it, we can tell our people who all are sitting around us that this is not our culture, we can takbeer. I know that it’s difficult but we can at least try.Rest leave on ALLAH and we can pray for our muslim brothers and sisters for guidance from ALLAH.
We shall remind our male relatives that clapping is not allowed and they may use the takbeer instead
Clapping during parties is one of the actions of jaahiliyyah. The least that can be said about it is that it is makrooh (disliked), but the evidence suggests rather that it is haraam, because the Muslims are not allowed to resemble the disbelievers. Allah says describing those of Makkah (interpretation of the meaning):
“Their Salaah (prayer) at the House (of Allaah, i.e. the Ka‘bah at Makkah) was nothing but whistling and clapping of hands”
The Sunnah is, when the believer sees something that he likes or dislikes, to say ‘Subhaan Allaah (Glory be to Allaah)’ or ‘Allaahu akbar (Allaah is Most Great),’ as was narrated from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) in many ahaadeeth.
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As for My lovely sisters, needless to say that we should refrain from shouting/cheering /uproaring etc… for a non- Mahrams, that the speakers are, at the end of the day!
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