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Perform Salah correctly!
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Salah is a pillar of Din. Doing it just right in accordance with Sunnah is the responsibility of every Muslim. Unfortunately, we go about performing the cardinal dictates of Salah in a carefree manner following our whims, hardly caring to see that those dictates have to be carried out in the manner they were passed on to us by the Holy Prophet (Sallaho Alaihe Wassallam).
This is why most of our Salah offerings remain deprived of the gleams and blessings of Sunnah, although, following these dictates just right hardly takes any more time or labour. What is needed is a touch of concern. If we give a little time and some attention, learn the correct method and make a habit of it, then the time that we spend in making our Salah today would remain the same yet the Salah thus performed would have the advantage of having been made in accordance with Sunnah and its rewards and merits and its gleams and blessings would be much more then what you experienced earlier.
The revered Companions, may Allah be pleased with them all, took great care while performing each single unit of the act of Salah, and while doing so, they continued learning about the Sunnah of the Prophet from each other.With this need in view, this humble write had explained to a gathering the Sunnah method of Salah as mentioned by the Hanafi jurists and had pointed out to incorrect practices which seem to have gained currency. By the grace of Allah, the listeners found it very beneficial. Some friends wished to make this discourse available as a printed brochure so that a much larger number of people would be able to use it to their advantage. So, in this brief write-up, the objective is to explain the Masnun method of and the step-by-step way of putting it into practice with due etiquette. May Allah Almighty make it beneficial for all of us and give us the taufiq it. AminBy the grace of Allah, there are a large number of books, big and small, dealing with the precepts of Salah.
Hence, presenting a comprehensive account of Salah problems and rulings is not the objective here, instead, the immediate concern is to relate a few important points which would help synchronize the form of Salah with the demands of Sunnah. Another aim is to sound a note of warning against mistakes and shortcomings that seem to have gained a lot of currency these days.Acting in accordance with the brief words of advice given here will, Inshallah, help make our Salah fall in line with Sunnah, at least in it’s outward appearance when a Muslim could humbly submit before his Lord.
Lord, here I am, bearing similarly to Your beloved, through in form only, yet hoping---- You shall make it real.
And what get to do is by the help and support of Allah, in Him I place my trust and towards Him I turn passionately.
poor servant to rich Allah S.W.T
Before you begin the Salah:
Check the following and be sure that you are doing things the way they should be done
1. It is necessary that you face the Qiblah.
2. You should stand upright and your eyes should be focused on the spot where you make your Sajdah. Bending your neck and resting your chin on the chest is makruh (reprehensible). Similarly, standing in Salah while your chest is bent down is also not correct. Stand upright in a way that your ayes keep looking at the spot where you make your Sajdah.
3. Note that the direction of the fingers on your feet is towards the Qiblah and that your feet also have the same straight stance facing Qiblah. (Placing feet tilting to the right or left is contrary to Sunnah). Both feet should be in the direction of the Qiblah.
4. In between both feet, there should be a minimum span of four fingers of the hands as ready measure.
5. If you are making your Salah with jama’ah (congregation), make sure the line you are standing in is straight. The best method to make sure that the line is straight is that each person position the farthest ends of both his heels at the farthest end of the prayer-rug or at lines that mark out on rug from the other.
6. While in jama’ah, satisfy yourself by making certain that your arms are close to the arms of those who are standing on your right and left and that there is no gap in between.
7. It is impermissible, under all conditions, to let the lower portion of your ankles. It is obvious that its repugnance while standing for Salah increase much more. Therefore, be sure that the dress you are wearing is higher then your ankles.
8. Sleeves should be full, covering the whole arm. Only hands remain uncovered. Some people make their Salah with sleeves rolled up. This method is not correct.
9. It is makruh to stand for Salah while wearing clothes which one would not normally wear in public.
When you begin the Salah
1. Make niyyah or intention in your heart to the effect you are offering such and such Salah. It is not necessary to say the words of the niyyah verbally.
2. Raise your hands upto your ears in a way that palms face Qiblah and the end of the thumbs either touch the lobes of the ears or come parallel to them. The rest o the fingers stay straight pointing upwards. there are some who would tend to turn the direction of their palms towards their ears rather then having them face the Qiblah. There are some others who almost cover their ears with their hands. There are still others who would make a faint symbolic gesture without raising their hands fully upto the ears. Some others grip the lobes of their ears with their hands. All these practices are incorrect and contrary to Sunnah. These should be abandoned.
3. While raising your hands in the manner stated above, say "Allahu-Akbar". Then,using the thumb and the little finger of your right hand, make a circle round the wrist of your left hand and hold it. You should then spread out the three remaining fingers of our right hand on the back of your left hand so that these three fingers face the elbow.
4. Placing both hands slightly below the navel, fold them as explained above.
When you are standing:
1. If you are making your Salah alone, or leading it as Imam, you first recite Thana’; then Surah al-Fatihah, then some other Surah. If you are behind an Imam, you only recite Thana’ : and then stand silent listening attentively to the recitation of the Imam. If the Imam’s recitation is not loud enough for you to hear, you should be thinking of Surah al-Fatihah using you heart and mind without moving your tongue.
2. When you are reciting yourself, it is better that you, While reciting Surah al-Fatihah, stop at every verse and break your breath. Recite the next verse with fresh breath. Do not recite more then one verse in a single breath. For example, break your breath at "Alhum do lillahi Rabbil Aa'lameen" and then on "Ar-Rahmanir-Rahim" and then on "Maleki Yaumid'deen".
Recite the whole Surah al-Fatihah in this manner. But, there is no harm if, during recitation that follows, more then one verse has been recited in a single breath.
3. Do not move any part of your body without the need. Stand in peace - the more, the better. If you have to scratch or do something else like that, use only one hand and that too, under very serious compulsion using the least time and effort.
4. Transferring all the weight of the body on to one leg and leaving the other weightlessly loose to the limit that it shows a certain bend is against the etiquette of Salah. Abstain from it. Either you transfer your body weight equally on both legs or if you must channel your body weight on one leg, you have to do it in a way that the other leg shows no bend or curve.
5. If you feel like yawning, try your best to stop it.
6. When standing for Salat, keep you eyes looking at the spot where you make your Sajdah. Abstain from looking to your right and left, or front.
When in Ruku:
When you bend for Ruku’, watch out for the following:
1. Bend the upper part of your body upto a point where the neck and back nearly level up. Do not bend any more or less then that.
2. While in Ruku’, do not bend the neck to the limit that the chin starts touching the chest, nor raise it is high that the neck goes higher than the waist level. Instead, the neck and the waist should be in one level.
3. In Ruku’, keep feet straight. Do not place them with an outward or inward slant.
4. Place both hands on your knees in a way that fingers on both hands stay open. In other wards, there should be space between every two fingers when you thus go on to hold the right knee with your right hand and the left knee with your left hand.
5. In the state of Ruku’, wrists and arms should remain stretched straight. They should not bend, curve or sag.
6. Stay in Ruku’, at least for a time during which "Saubhan Rabbiyal Azeem" could be said three times calmly and comfortably.
7. In the state of Ruku’, the ayes should be looking towards the feet.
8. Body weight should be evenly distributed on both feet and both knees should be parallel to each other.
Returning to the standing position from Ruku:
1. While returning from Ruku’, back to the standing position, see that you stand straight leaving no sag or droop in the body.
2. In this position as well, eyes should be fixed on the spot where you do your Sajdah.
3. Three are those who simply make a ‘gesture’ of rising from the Ruku’ instead of rising fully and standing upright when it is time to do so and who, in that every state, when their body is still bent downwards, go on to do their Sajdah - for them it becomes obligatory that they make their Salah all over again. Therefore, abstain from it very firmly. Unless you make sure about having become perfectly straight in your standing position, do not go for Sajdah.
When gowing down for Sajdah:
Remember the following method when gowing down for Sajdah:
1. Bending the knees first of all, take them towards the prayer floor in a way that the chest does not lean forward. When the knees have already been rested on the floor, the chest should then be lowered down.
2. Until such time that the knees have come to rest against the floor, abstain, as far as possible, from bending or lowering the upper part of the body. These days negligence in observing this particular rule of etiquette while getting ready to go for Sajdah has become very common. Many people would lower down their chest right from the start and go on to do their Sajdah. But, the correct method is what has been stated in #1 and #2 above. Unless it be for a valid reason, this method should not be bypassed.
3. After having rested your knees on the floor, place your hands first, then the tip of the nose, then the forehead.
1. While in Sajdah, keep your head in between your two hands in a way that the end of the two thumbs come parallel to the ear-lobes.
2. In Sajdah, fingers on both hands should remain close together, that is, the fingers should be adjacent to each other leaving no space in between them.
3. The direction of the fingers should be towards the Qiblah.
4. The elbows should stay raised off the floor. It is not correct to rest the elbows on the floor.
5. Both arms should stay apart from armpits and sides. Never keep them tucked in.
6. Do not, at the same time, poke your elbows far out to your right and left causing discomfort to those making Salah next to you.
7. The thighs should not come in contact with the stomach-wall. The stomach and the thighs should stay apart.
8. During the entire Sajdah, the nose-tip should continue to rest on the floor.
9. Both feet should be placed upright on the floor with heels showing on top and all fingers turned flat on the floor in the direction of the Qiblah. Those who cannot turn all their fingers because of the physical formation of their feet, they will still do well to turn them as much as they can. It is not correct to place the fingers vertically on the floor just for no valid reason.
10. Be careful that your feet do not lift off the floor during Sajdah. Some people would their Sajdah while none of the fingers on their feet come to rest on the floor even for a moment. This way the obligation of Sajdah is not liquidated at all, as a result, the Salah too becomes invalid. Be very particular in abstaining from this error.
11. In the state of Sajdah, the least time you can give yourself should be sufficient enough to say "Saubhan Rabbiyal Aa'la" three times, calmly and comfortably. Raising the forehead immediately after having rested it on the floor is prohibited.
In between the two Sajdahs:
1. Rising from the first Sajdah, sit up straight, on the hams, calmly and comfortably. Then go for the second Sajdah. Doing the second Sajdah after raising the head just a little bit and without becoming straight is a sin. If one does it like that, it becomes obligatory that the Salah be made all over again.
2. Spared out the left foot (like the blade of a hockey stick) and sit on it. Let the right foot stand vertically with fingers turned towards the Qiblah. Some people let both feet remain in upright position and sit on the heels. This method is not correct.
3. While sitting, both hands should be placed on the things but fingers should not taper down onto the knees., instead, the far ends of the finger tips should reach only as far as the beginning edge of the knee.
4. While sitting, let your eyes be on the lap.
5. Sit for a time during which "Saubhanul-Allah"could be said at least once and if your can sit for a time during "AllahummaghFirli Warhamni Wasturni Wahdini Warzuqni"could be recited, it is better. But, reciting this during Fard (obligatory) Salah is not necessary. It is better to do so in Nafl Salah.
The second Sajdah and rising from it:
1. Go on to do your second Sajdah in the same manner by first placing both hands on the floor, then the nose-tip, then the forehead.
2. The complete from of Sajdah should be the same as mentioned in connection with the first Sajdah.
3. When rising from Sajdah, first raise the forehead off the floor, then the nose-tip, then the hands, and then the knees.
4. While rising, it is better not to learn for support off the floor, however, should it be difficult to get up from the floor because of body-weight, sickness or old age, making use of the floor for support is also permissible.
5. After you have risen back to your standing position, recite "Bismillah" before Surah al-Fatihah in the begining of each raka’ah.
1. The method of sitting in Qa’dah shall be the same as mentioned in connection with the method of sitting between Sajdahs.
2. When you reach "Ashhadu Allah-ilaha" while reciting "At-tahiyyat"raise the shahadah finger (the fore-finger or the index finger) with a pointing motion and let it fall back at "Illul-lah".
3. The method of making a pointing motion is that you make a circle by joining your middle finger and the thumb, close the little finger and the ringfinger (the one next to it), then raise the shahadah finger in a way that it is tapered towards the Qiblah. It should not be raised up straight in the direction of the sky.
4. However, lower the shahadah finger while saying "Illul-lah".but retain, right through the end, the initial formation of the rest of the fingers you already had when making the pointing motion.
When turning for Salam:
1. When turning for Salam on both sides, you should turn your neck just enough that your cheeks become visible to the person sitting behind you.
2. When turning for Salam, eyes should be towards the shoulders.
3. When turning your neck to the right to say "Asslamu Allaikum Wa-Rahmatullah"make an intention that you are offering your Salam greetings to all human beings and angles on your right. Similarly, while turning for Salam to the left, have the intention of offering your Salam greeting to all human beings and angels present on your left.
The method of Du’a:
1. The method of Du’a is that both hands be raised high enough so that they come in front of the chest. Let there be some space between the two hands. Do not bring the hands close together nor keep them far apart.
2. When making Du’a, keep the inner side of the hands turned towards your face.
Salah For Women:
The method of Salah describe earlier is for men. The Salah as offered by women differs from that of men in the following aspects. Women should be careful about what is required of them:
1. Before they begin their Salah, women should make sure that their whole body, except the face, the hands and the feet, is covered with clothes.Some women offer their Salah with the hair on their head remaining uncovered. Some have their wrists left uncovered. Some women use scarfs so thin or small that their hair tresses are visible dangling down underneath. If, during the Salah, any part of the body, even if it be equal to one-fourth, remains uncovered for a time during which one could say "Saubhan Rabbiyal Azeem" three times, the Salah itself would not be valid. However, should the uncovered portion be less than that, Salah would take place but the sin shall stay.
2. For women, making Salah in the room is better than doing it in the verandah and doing it in the verandah is better than doing it in the courtyard.
3. While starting the Salah, women should not raise their hands upto their ears, instead, they should raise them upto their shoulders, and that too, from within the scarf or other outer wrap being used. Hands should not be taken out of this cover.
4. When women fold their hands on the chest, they should simply place the palm of their right hand on the back of the left forehand. They should not fold their hands on the navel like men.
5. In Ruku’, women are not required to straighten their backs fully like men. Women should bend less as compared to men.
6. In the position of Ruku’, men should open up their fingers while placing them on the knees, but women are required that they place their hands on the knees with fingers close together, that is, there be on space between fingers.
7. Women should not stand on legs absolutely straight, instead, they should stand with knees slightly bent forward.
8. In Ruku’, men are required to keep their arms stretched, away from the sides. But, women should stand with their arms close to their sides.
9. Women should stand with both feet close together. Specially, both their knees should just about be joined together. Let their be no separating distance between legs.
10. While doing Sajdah, the method prescribed for men is that they should not lower their chest until such time that their knees come to rest on the floor. But this method is not for women. They can, right from the start, lower their chest and go for Sajdah.
11. Women should do their Salah in a manner that the stomach-wall come to rest against the thighs and the arms stay close to the sides. In addition to that, omen do have to position their feet, upright, they should spread them on the floor sliding them out towards the right.
12. Men are prohibited to place their elbows on the floor while making Salah. But, women should place the whole arm, including the elbows, on the floor.
13. When sitting between Sajdah and when reciting "At-Tahiyyat", sit on the left hip, side both feet out to the side and let the left foot reset on the right calf of the leg.
14. Men are required that they be careful about keeping their finger upon when bending for Ruku’, and keeping then close together in Sajdah, and then, leave them as they are during the rest of the Salah, when they make no effort either to close or open them. But, it required of women, under all conditions, that they keep fingers close together, that is leave no space between them. This is required all along in Ruku’, in Sajdah, between two Sajdah and in the Qa’dahs.
15. It is makruh (reprehensible) for women to make a jama’ah (congregation) The very act of offering their Salah alone is better for them. However, should mahram-members of the family be making their Salah with jama’ah within the house, there is no harm if they join in with them in the jama’ah. But, in a situation like this, it is necessary that they stand exactly behind men. They should never stand next to them in the same row.
The Masjid Some Essential Rules Of Conduct:
1. While entering the Masjid, recite the following Du’a: "Bismillahi Was-Salatu Was-Salam Ala Rasul-ullah. Allahumma Aftahli Abwaba Rahmatik" ( I enter with the name of Allah and with the prayer that Allah bless His Messenger and bestow upon him. O Allah, open for me the doors of Thy mercy.)
2. Immediately on entering the Masjid, make an intention that ‘I shall be in I’tikaf for whatever time I stay in the Masjid: By doing so, Insha’-Allah, the spiritual reward of I’tikaf can also be hoped for.
3. Following entry into the Masjid, it is better to sit in the front row. But, in case space in the front has already been taken up, sit wherever you find an opening. Advancing forward by leap-frogging people’s necks is not permissible.
4. Salam greeting should not be offered to those already sitting in the Masjid and busy in Dhikr or recitation of the Qu’ran. However, should one of them be not so engaged and looking at you on his own, there is no harm in offering such Salam greeting to him.
5. If you have to offer Sunnah or Nafl Salah in the Masjid, select a spot where there is the least likelihood of people crossing in front of you. Some people start up their Salah in the back rows while ample space remains open in the front. Because of this act of theirs, it becomes difficult for other to cross over and they have to make a long detour to reach open sitting spots. Offering Salah in this manner is a sin in itself, and should a person happen to cross in front of the person making his Salah, then this sin of his crossing over in that manner will also rest on the shoulders of the person making such a Salah.
6. After entering the Masjid, if you find that you are there a little ahead of the Salah timing, then, before you sit down, make two raka’ahs with the intention of Tahiyyah al-Masjid. This has great merit. If there is not time for that, you can combine the intention of Tahiyyah al-Masjid within the Sunnah Salah. And if, you do not have the time even to make your Sunnah Salah and the jama’ah is ready, this intention could also be combine with that of the Fard Salah.
7. As long as you sit in the Masjid, keep doing Dhikr. Specially, keep reciting the following Kalimah devotedly: "Saubhanullahi Walhumdo Lillahi Wala Ilaha Illullaho Wallaho Akbar" Sanctified is Allah and for Allah is all praise and there is no god but Allah is great.
8. Do not engage yourself in unnecessary conversation while sitting in the nothing else that may disturb those devoting to their ‘Ibadah of Salah or Dhikr.
9. If the jama’ah is ready, fill in the front rows first. If space is open in the front row, it is not permissible to stand in the back row.
10. From the time when the Iman takes his place on the Mimber to deliver the Friday Khutbah right through the end of the Salah, it is not permissible for anyone to talk, make Salah or to offer Salam to anyone or to answer Salam offered. However, should anyone start talking during this time, it is also not permissible that he be asked to keep quiet.
11. Sit during the Khutbah as you sit in Qa’dah when reciting at-Tahiyyat. Some people sit hand folded during the first part of the Khutbah and then place their hands on the things during the second. This method is baseless. One should sit with hands on the thighs during both.
12. Abstain from everything that may spread filth or smell in the Masjid or cause pain to anyone.
13. When you see anyone doing something wrong, ask him not to do so, quietly and softly. Totally avoid insulting him openly, or rebuking him, or quarrelling with him
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Youth who fast during the month of Ramadhan. They stop themselves from their desires and cravings, whether it is summer or winter because they believe that actions are for the Pleasure of Allah. Thus, they give preference to that which pleases Allah over that which they desire. Youth who perform the compulsory duty of Hajj (Pilgrimage) to the Sacred House of Allah and they love going to the places of His Mercy and Forgiveness and collaborating with their Muslim brothers who come to these places. Youth who believe in Allah, the Creator of the skies and the earth, because they see from amongst the Signs of Allah that which leaves no doubt even for a moment whatsoever in the Existence and Being of Allah. They see in this vast unique universe, in the form and system of the universe that which clearly indicates towards the existence of it's Creator and His Total Power and Complete Wisdom, because it is not possible for this universe to come into existence on it's own, nor is it possible for it to come into existence coincidentally. The reason for this is that the universe was non-existent before it was brought into existence, and that which is nonexistent cannot bring anything into existence, because it is itself non-existent. It is not possible that the universe came into existence coincidentally because it has a unique well arranged system, which does not change nor variatey from the procedure predestined for it. "You will neverfind a change in the System of Allah." (33:62) "You will never find any reversal in the System ofA1lah." (35:43) "You will not see in the Creation of the Most Gracious any disparity, so turn your vision again. Do you see any rupture? Then turn your vision again, a second time, your vision will return to you dull and in a state of fatigue." (67:3-4) The fact that this universe has a unique, well arranged system, prevents it's existence being coincidental. That which is in existence coincidentally will also have a system which is coincidental, which is likely to change or be disturbed in a short period of time. Youth who believe in the Angels of Allah because Allah has given information regarding them (the angels) in His Book (the Qur'an) and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam has given information regarding them in the Sunnah (the Traditions). The Quran and Sunnah explain their qualities, their worship and their actions to which they rigidly stick to for the goodness of the creation. This clearly points to the existence of the angels. Youth who believe in the Books of Allah. Allah revealed these books to His Messengers as a source of guidance for the creation towards the Straight Path. 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(3: 110) Youth who strive in the changing of evil in the way established by the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. "Whomsoever from amongst you sees evil, he should change it with his hand. If he does not have the power to do this, then he should change it with his tongue. I f he does not have the ability to do even this, then he should change it with his heart (by scheming in the eradication of this evil)." Muslim, Tirmizi Youth who speak the truth and accept the truth, because truth leads to good and good leads to Paradise. A person will continue being truthful and pursue the truth until Allah records him as being a truthful person. 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Youth who have character and Deen in them, thus they are of refined character, religious, gentle, liberal, noble-minded, clean-hearted, steadfast, enduring and resolute. They do not waste any opportunity nor do they let compassion overcome intelligence and the need for reformation. A teenager who is systematic. He works with wisdom and silence despite being firm and excellent in his work. He does not waste any opportunity, but instead occupies himself in actions which are beneficial for him and his nation. Together with this, this teenager safe-guards his Deen, character and conduct. Thus he is extremely distant from those qualities which contradict this, like kufr (disbelief), apostasy, inequity, disobedience, lowly character and evil mutual relations. These types of youth are the pride of a nation and a symbol of it's prosperity and Deen. These are those youth who will obtain the good of this world and the Hereafter. They are the youth who we hope that Allah, with His Grace, will use to rectify the corruption amongst the Muslims and illuminate the spiritual path of the seekers of truth.
Doa penutup, akhir munajat, yang dipanjatkan oleh Maulana Zubairul Hasan selama 15 menit, sehabis shalat dluhur pada hari Ahad 1 Februari 2009, mengakhiri pelaksanaan tiga hari Ijtima tahunan (30 Jan – 01 Februari 2009) yang diselenggarakan di atas lahan seluas 77 hektar di tepi sungai Turag, di kawasan Tongi dekat ibukota Bangladesh, Dhaka.
Sebelumnya, Maulana Muhammad Saad Kandahlawi berkenan menyampaikan bayan penutup, akhir bayan. Di Markaz Nizamuddin India, hal seperti ini juga sering terjadi, Maulana Saad yang memberikan bayan, Maulana Zubair yang menutup dengan doa.
Tahun ini, ijtima dunia yang lebih dikenal dengan nama “Ijtima Bishwa” ini merupakan ijtima yang ke-46, pertama kali ijtima ini diselenggarakan pada tahun 1966.
Jumlah jamaah yang hadir pada tahun ini diperkirakan lebih dari 3 juta orang, beberapa media bahkan menyebutkan dihadiri lebih dari 5 juta orang. Pertemuan ini sering disebut sebagai pertemuan terbesar kaum muslimin sedunia setelah ibadah haji di Mekkah. Panjang satu shaf rakaat shalatnya saja bisa lebih dari 1,5 km. Keramaian orang yang hadir pada ijtima ini dapat kita lihat dari gambar-gambar yang diambil oleh berbagai media di bawah ini.
Lebih dari 10.500 orang jamaah luar negeri dari 152 negara di dunia ini hadir dalam ijtima ini. Para syura dan penanggung jawab Tabligh dari berbagai negara, termasuk Indonesia, hadir dalam ijtima ini. Mereka bermuzakarah & bermusyawarah untuk terus memajukan usaha dakwah ini, termasuk di dalamnya juga membahas berbagai permasalahan yang muncul di masing-masing negara.
Dari dalam negeri sendiri, hampir semua tokoh-tokoh penting negara tersebut selalu menyempatkan diri untuk hadir dalam ijtima ini, termasuk di antaranya, Presiden Bangladesh, Iajuddin Ahmed, lalu perdana menteri, Sheikh Hasina dan tak mau kalah pula pemimpin oposisi, Khaleda Zia. Mereka semua hadir hanya sebagai peserta biasa sebagaimana para peserta lainnya.
Untuk membantu mengantur kelancaran jalannya ijtima, pemerintah Bangladesh mengerahkan tenaga keamanan sekitar 11.000 personil, di samping menjaga keamanan dan kelancaran acara, mereka juga ikut khusyu’ mengikuti acara ini.
Sebagaimana ijtima-ijtima yang diselenggarakan di berbagai belahan dunia lainnya, setiap ijtima adalah bertujuan untuk mengeluarkan sebanyak-banyaknya jamaah yang siap dikirim ke seluruh penjuru alam.
Kita yang pada tahun ini tidak bisa hadir, mudah-mudahan diberi kesempatan untuk bisa hadir di lain waktu. Dan yang tak kalah pentingnya adalah bagaimana kita bisa selalu menjadi bagian dari jamaah-jamaah yang terus bergerak, siang dan malam, infirodi (individu) maupun ijtimai (berjamaah), ketika kita maqami (di kampung kita) maupun intiqali (sedang keluar).
Mudah-mudahan kita juga mendapat bagian dari doa-doa orang-orang yang selalu bermujahadah di jalan Allah yang hadir dalam pertemuan ini. Insyaallah.
lupa saya nak inform,ijtima akan dibuat di malaysia tahun ini,2009,oada 10,11,12 julai 2009 bertempat di kuarters klia,dekat sepang..insyaAlah kita sebarkan maklumat ni dan sediakan diri untuk hadir perhnpunan dan azam dan eklaur jalan Allah samada sebeum ijtima atau selepas ijtima,insyaAllah..
dipetik dari blog http://aldjo.wordpress.com/2009/02/03/ijtima-tongi-2009/
Hadhrat Sohaiab and Hadhrat Ammar (R.Anhuma) became muslim at the same time.The prophet (S.A.W) was staying at Arqam`s (R.Anhu) place,when they both came separatelywith the same intention of embracing islam and met each other at the door of the house..Sohaib (R.Anhu) also suffred very much at the hand of his persecutors,like other ppor muslim at that time.At last he decided to emigrate to madinah.The Quraisy. Would not tolerate this and, soon after his departure, a party went in pursuit to bring him back to Mecca.As th party drew near, he shouted to them:
“you know that i am a better archer than al of you. So long as i have a single arrow left with me, you will not be able to approach me and, when i finish al y arrows, i shall fight you with my sword, as long as it is i my hand. If you like you can get y money which i have left in mecca and my 2 women slaves, in lieu of me.”
And they agreed. He told them the whereabouts of his money,and they allowed them him to proceed to madinah. At this, Allah revealed the following verse of the quran to the prophet (S.A.W):
“and of mankind is he who would sell himself, seeking the pleasure of Allah, and Allah has compassion on his bondsmen.” (Al-Baqarah:207) The prophet (S.A.W) was at that time at Quba.When he saw Hadhrat Sohaib R.Anhu coming,he remarked:
“A good bargain,Sohaib!”
Sohaib R.Anhu narrates: The prophets S.A.W ws eating dates at that time. I also joined hi in eating. One of my eyes was sore.”He said,”Sohaib! You are taking dates when your eyes is sore.”but i am taking the by the side of the other eye,which is not sore.O,prophet of Allah.:i replied.The Prophet (S.A.W) was much amused with y retort.” Hadhrat Sohaib (R.Anhu) was very generous and he spent his money on others most lavishly.`Umar (R.Anhu) once told him that he was rather extravagant.He replied: “but i spend only where is right.” When Hadhrat Umar (R.Anhu) was about to die, he expressed the the wish that his funeral service be led by Hadhrat Sohaib R.Anhu.
Stories of the sahabah by Shahikul Hadith Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya Rah.Alaih
Masyarakat kita di akhir-akhir ini persoalan menutup aurat telah tidak dititik beratkan dan rata-rata kita melihat bahawa mereka-mereka yang menutup aurat pun menutupnya dengan tidak sempurna. Ada yang mengenakan mini telekong yang terlalu “mini” sehingga jelas kelihatan rambutnya yang melepasi tudongnya yang singkat itu. Ada pula yang mengenakan tudung yang terlalu jarang sehingga jelas kelihatan rambut walau pun telah ditutup. Terkadang-kadang menutup namun masih kelihatan anak-anak rambut di panggal dahinya. Mungkin ini disebabkan ‘trend’ tudong kepala yang di pakai oleh selebriti dan artis tempatan menjadi ikutan wanita hari ini. Semua ini tidak sempurna dan wanita berkenaan masih berdosa kerana dikira tidak menutupi auratnya. Aisyah ra meriwayatkan ,” Semoga Allah merahmati para wanita muhajir yang awal ( dari Mekah ke Madinah) ketika Allah merunkan wahyu “… Dan hendaklah mereka menutupkan kain kerudung mereka ke dada-dada mereka …” lalu mereka menggunting kain-kain tebal mereka ,lalu mereka berpurdah dengannya.” ( Abu Daud ) Pada peringkat awal ada hukum agar wanita-wanita menyembunyikan perhiasan mereka kecuali apa-apa yang memang terlihat. Kemudian datang hukum: “… Wal yadribna bi khumurihinna ‘ala juyubihinna…” ( An-Nur Ayat 30 ) “…Dan hendaklah mereka munutup kain kerudung mereka ke dada-dada mereka…” Mengenai hal ini Aisyah ra berkata, “ ketika ayat ini diturunkan, maka para wanita Muhajirin lansung memotong kain-kain tebal mereka menjadi dua bahagian.” Kedua helai kain ini secara syariat tidak hanya menutupi kepala sahaja tetapi juga menutupinya sampai ke leher dan dada-dada mereka. Perintah ini adalah perintah yang lazim dan kuat. Sesetengah ahli tafsir menulis bahawa pada zaman jahiliyah, telah menjadi kebiasaan bagi wanita mereka akan menutup kepala mereka dengan dua helai kain dan dua helai kain lagi di badan mereka. Sebaliknya bagi kaum Muslimin diperintahkan untk menutup kepala mereka serta di labuhkan menutupi dada-dada mereka. Atas sebab ini bila turun ayat di atas mereka memotong kain-kain tebal mereka dan menutupi aurat mereka bersesuaian dengan ayat tersebut. Persoalannya mengapa dengan kain tebal? Kerana kain-kain yang nipis tidak dapat menutupi kepala dan dada dengan sempurna. Ini di sabitkan juga oleh sabdaan Nabi dalam menasihiti sahabatnya Dihyah bin Khalifah ra. Dihyah bin Khalifah ra meriwayatkan, “ Telah datang hadiah kepada Rasulullah saw berupa kain-kain nipis dari Mesir. Kain itu diberikan kepada saya. Beliau bersabda, “ potong lah kain ini menjadi dua bahagian, satu bahagian untuk jubahmu dan satu bahagian lagi kamu berikan untuk isterimu, agar ia melipatnya menjadi dua untuk kain krudungnya.”Aku membawa kain tersebut, ketika aku beredar, beliau saw bersabda, “ Perintah kepada isterimu agar ia menambah kain di bawahnya agar anggota tuboh tidaknya tidak terlihat.” ( Abu Daud ) Pada ketika yang lain datang Hafsah binti Abd.rahman bin Abu Bakar ra ke hadapan Aisyah ra pada ketika itu Hafsah memakai kain krudung yang nipis. Aisyah kemudianya menanggalkannya dan mengantikan dengan kain yang lebih tebal. ( Muwatho’ Imam Maliki ) Dari penjelasan di atas, ‘trend’ bertudung yang ada sekarang memang jelas bertentangan dengan apa yang telah di fardhu kan bagi wanita memakainya. Kegagalan berbuat demikian akan menyebabkan dosa ke atas mereka serta menyebabkan fitnah kepada mereka sendiri juag akan mengundang asbab kepada maksiat yang lebih besar. Nasihatkan kepada isteri, anak-anak serta saudara perempuan kita agar menghindari perbuatan sedemikian dan kembali kepada budaya bertudung yang lebih sempurna.
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Name: Abdullah_m.e. Home: kuala lumpur, wilayah persekutuan, Malaysia About Me: Dan orang-orang yang terdahulu; yang mula-mula dari orang-orang “Muhajirin” dan “Ansar” (berhijrah dan memberi bantuan), dan orang-orang yang menurut (jejak langkah) mereka dengan kebaikan (iman dan taat), Allah reda kepada mereka dan mereka pula reda kepada Nya, serta Dia menyediakan untuk mereka syurga-syurga yang mengalir di bawahnya beberapa sungai, mereka kekal di dalamnya selama-lamanya; itulah kemenangan yang besar. (Surah At-Taubah, Ayat 100)
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