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29:64 "And this worldly life is not but diversion and amusement. And indeed, the home of the Hereafter - that is the [eternal] life, if only they knew."


Anonymous 04/24/2020 (Fri) 12:23:21 No.1 [Reply]
In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. Welcome to the /islam/ board on anon.cafe. This is a board for Muslims to talk, to discuss religious matters and to enjoy each other's company. Please stay polite and use common sense when making posts. You can discuss moderation, make suggestions, banners, etc. in this thread.
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good morning sirs

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Anonymous 11/29/2020 (Sun) 20:21:48 ID: 9e73e2 No.171 [Reply]
Welcome to all brothers and sisters in Islam and to all non-Muslims who are interested. This is some introductory information for all those curious to learn more about our way of life. What is Islam all about? Islam is the religion of the oneness of God, of belief in all of His prophets and messengers (peace be upon them), belief in the angels, belief in the Hereafter, belief in His holy scriptures, and belief in predestination. Islam is an Arabic word which means "submission (to God)". The condition of the Muslim in his worship is fear of God's wrath and hope in His mercy. These two are like the wings of a bird and they guide us to righteousness. Entering the Religion of Allah is easy The Shahada The Shahada is our testimony of faith, it is the testimony of the oneness and uniqueness of Allah. The one who utters the words "La ilaha illaAllah, Muhammad ar-rasool Allah" (There is no god except God and Muhammad is His Messenger), while believing them firmly in his/her heart, has entered Islam. It is not necessary to recite it before witnesses, you can do it by yourself and don't have to tell anyone else. The Shahada is the necessary condition of success in the Hereafter. It was narrated by Mu'adh ibn Jabal: The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "O Mu`adh! Do you know what Allah's Right upon His slaves is?" I said, "Allah and His Apostle know best." The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "To worship Him (Allah) Alone and to join none in worship with Him (Allah). Do you know what their right upon Him is?" I replied, "Allah and His Apostle know best." The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "Not to punish them (if they do so). (Bukhari 7373) Allah appreciates those who remember Him

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Initiation Rite Aspiring Momin 11/14/2021 (Sun) 19:42:04 No.305 [Reply]
Can any one provide Quranic reference to Sahada? How did Pre-Hijrat (Pre 622 CE) Muslims embraced Islam, provided revelation (Quran) was not complete back then?
Surah as Saffat verse 35: إِنَّهُمْ كَانُوا إِذَا قِيلَ لَهُمْ لَا إِلَٰهَ إِلَّا اللَّهُ يَسْتَكْبِرُونَ "For when it was said unto them, There is no Allah save Allah, they were scornful" One of the first people to embrace Islam was Sayyiduna Abu Bakr as Siddeeq may Allah be pleased with him. The account of his conversion to Islam is as follows: That he returned from a business trip to Yemen and found the people gossiping about Muhammad peace be upon him, that he was claiming to be a prophet. Upon hearing this Abu Bakr came to his house and asked him. When Muhammad explained to him that he was a prophet sent by God, Abu Bakr finally said: مد يدك، فأنا اشهد أن لا إله إلا الله، وأنك رسول الله. ("Stretch out your hand, for I testify that there is no god but God and you are His messenger") Source: taken from the book al Asad al Ghaba (https://www.naasan.net/index.php?page=YWR2aXNvcnk=&op=ZGlzcGxheV9hZHZpc29yeV9kZXRhaWxzX3U=&advisory_id=MzkxMg==&lan=) And Allah knows best

new to this 11/27/2021 (Sat) 18:26:47 No.307 [Reply]
Hi all! I am new to this please explain how this all works!
Welcome! Please take a look at the stickied post >>171 for some introductory information. If you have any questions I'm glad to help.

Kanhaiya 11/13/2021 (Sat) 20:01:01 No.297 [Reply]
Do you guys really believe Dajjal and Yajuj and Majuj to be physical abominations, some sort of monsters? That is really illogical for you to divorce yourself from them. You may never know their reality unless you try to understand them by considering them manifestations of errant behaviour. Mull over it. The Dajjal and the Yajuj and Majuj already exist amongst yourselves, but it is your spiritual blindness that clouds your vision! he end times are here! God has never, will never and has not even now forsaken you. If the poison has been released, so has the antidote been too. He is here. Look keenly and closely!!! The Messiah is here.
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>>298 And so do Yajuj and Majuj*.
What clear physical signs are you alluding to?
>>300 >On the other hand, the Dajjaal is not a nation nor a group or an instrument; it is a human being from the children of Aadam may Allaah exalt his mention whom Allah Created like any other person. The Prophet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) mentioned many of his characteristics which are similar to those of normal human beings. >Abu Hurayrah may Allaah be pleased with him narrated that the Prophet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) said: “Shall I tell you about the Dajjaal a story of which no Prophet told his nation? The Dajjaal is one-eyed and will bring with him what will resemble Hell and Paradise, and what he will call Paradise will be actually Hell; so I warn you (against him) as Noah warned his nation against him.” [Al-Bukhari] >Muslim also reported: “The Dajjaal is blind of one eye and there is written between his eyes the word ‘Kafir’. He then spelled the word as k.f.r, which every Muslim would be able to read.” >So, the fact that the Prophet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) described him of being one-eyed and of having letters written on his forefront between his eyes is enough evidence that he is a created person with the same physical characteristics as other persons. https://www.islamweb.net/en/fatwa/84423/description-of-the-dajjal
I will not accept it unless thou canst provide the original Arabic herewith
>>302 Just look it up yourself then, it's not hard. https://sunnah.com/search?q=Dajjal

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The Mosque Anonymous 05/20/2021 (Thu) 18:59:39 ID: ad8d65 No.219 [Reply]
The Mosque - the House of Allah Among the seven which are granted shade under the Throne of Allah on Judgement Day - the day when there is no shade but His - is the one whose heart is attached to the mosques. This is mentioned in Sahih al Bukhari Book 10, Hadith 54. The mosque is the place in which Salah is performed. The Arabic word "Masjid" stems from the root s-j-d and means "place of prostration (to Allah)". Indeed the prayer in congregation is much better and more valued than prayer by oneself. The reward for it is twenty-seven times greater (Bukhari Book 10, Hadith 46) than praying alone. And it's mentioned in Riyad us Saliheen Book 8, Hadith 81 that one who prays Isha' in congregation is like one who prayed for half of the night, and the one who prays Fajr in congregation is like one who prayed the entire night. And in Sunan Abi Dawud Book 2, Hadith 164 we are informed: "A man's prayer said along with another is purer than his prayer said alone, and his prayer with two men is purer than his prayer with one, but if there are more it is more pleasing to Allah, the Almighty, the Majestic." And the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him said: "Convey glad tidings to those who walk to the mosque in the darkness. For they will be given full light on the Day of Resurrection." (Riyad us Saliheen Book 8, Hadith 68). The mosque is the place in which Jumu'ah is held. On Friday the Imam delivers a Khutbah (sermon) to his community, and the Jumuah congregation is obligatory for Muslim men to attend. The Muslims should bathe before coming to the mosque, then they should come early and sit and listen attentively to this Khutbah and avoid playing, talking, eating or any distractions. The reward for attending Jumu'ah in the proper manner is tremendous. On Friday we should bathe ourselves, use perfume, wear the best clothes and clean our teeth. In Jami'at Tirmidhi Book 4, Hadith 9 we are informed: Aws bin Aws narrated: "Allah's Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) said to me: Whoever performs Ghusl on Friday, and bathes completely, and goes early, arriving early, gets close and listens and is silent, there will be for him in every step he takes the reward of a year of fasting and standing (in prayer)." And in Sahih al Bukhari Book 11, Hadith 34 we are told that Salman Al-Farsi narrated: "Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "Anyone who takes a bath on Friday and cleans himself as much as he can and puts oil (on his hair) or scents himself; and then proceeds for the prayer and does not force his way between two persons (assembled in the mosque for the Friday prayer), and prays as much as is written for him and remains quiet when the Imam delivers the Khutba, all his sins in between the present and the last Friday will be forgiven." The mosque is the place in which I'tikaf is practiced.

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To summarize: The mosque is for: >performing the prayer in congregation, it is better than prayer offered alone. >arriving timely on Friday, listening attentively and without distraction to the Khutbah. >retreating in I'tikaf during the last ten days of Ramadan, avoiding worldly things and devoting oneself to worship. >keeping clean and tidy. >arriving in a calm, clean and pure state. >remembering Allah. The mosque is not for: >buying and selling. >looking for lost property. >disturbing the people in prayer.
Dajjal has already invaded most (if not all) masajid. That's why you can't make solah without disobeying the Hadith by standing 1 meter away from each other. What a sad state the ummah is in right now, dancing to every tune that Dajjal plays.
>>269 Dajjal has not appeared yet. And there are fatawa saying it's ok to keep distance out of necessity.
>>271 >Dajjal has not appeared yet. Of course not. But he has been released. >And there are fatawa saying it's ok to keep distance out of necessity. A fatwa is a legal opinion, and this fatwa in particular is done through an invalid ijtihad. Why is it invalid? Because an ijtihad can only be done when the ummah is facing an unprecedented situation. Is Covid an unprecedented situation? No, it is not. It is a disease outbreak, and there were disease outbreaks in the time of the Prophet and the Aslaf. The plague of Amwas comes to mind. Did the Prophet or the Aslaf enforce lockdowns and permit social distancing in solah during these plague? No, they did not. Then, we already have an example to follow : The Prophet did not social distance during solah in the times of plague. The Aslaf did not social distance during solah in the times of plague. So what gives us the right to do it? The answer : ignorance and arrogance. We'd rather follow the commands of Dajjal's WHO than the teachings of the Prophet. Reminder that in the times of plague, the Prophet's commands were only : "to not enter or leave a plague-affected area, and if you die to the plague while obeying this command, you die as martyr".

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Happy Friday! >Aws bin Aws narrated: "Allah's Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) said to me: Whoever performs Ghusl on Friday, and bathes completely, and goes early, arriving early, gets close and listens and is silent, there will be for him in every step he takes the reward of a year of fasting and standing (in prayer)."

Thoughts on Sufi Islam فلان 10/02/2021 (Sat) 16:10:36 No.292 [Reply]
They seem very different from Sunnis and Shi'as. Are they "real" Muslims or a completely separate religion?
Sufis are heretics in Islam for the most part who are also related to shiites

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Vinegar & Other Considerations In Modern Times Anonymous 02/27/2021 (Sat) 23:41:37 ID: 874a6b No.194 [Reply]
Muhammad was pretty fond of vinegar despite it being the result of the breakdown of alcohol. He even came up with an entire halal vinegar-making distillation process (Takhammur/Takhallul processes) that was meant to prevent the vinegar-makers from having access to the alcoholic juice during the alcohol distillation. Such processes seemed more to be for the benefit and consideration of the workers so that they would not run afoul of the laws of the land during the time period (by producing alcohol) rather than out of religious necessity since vinegar was traditionally produced in what would be considered small/"home brew" batches. In the age of industrial processes that effectively separate the worker from his ability to sin by producing the vinegar products of wines/grains in processes where it would be extremely difficult to produce and the vinegar producers themselves are generally of the company sort that are reputable/not known for imbibing in the alcohols used to produce their vinegars, should such considerations for the halal vinegar-making process still be taken into account to protect the individual from sin outside of homebrew application using halal measures? Are there any other food production or sin-related measures that /islam/ would take into consideration with modern times separating the purely religious reasonings that should be absolutely followed from the practical application reasonings that were implemented for the protection of the individual? Disclaimer: I'm a Christian of the old faith branches so I understand religious significance in modern times and this is all just philosophical.
>>194 From what I understand, alcohol is haram because it is an 'impure substance'. It is addictive and has deleterious effects upon the mind and body. Vinegar does not produce the same effect, in fact it would have been very important for purifying drinking water before the advent of modern filtration techniques.
>>195 Well yes, my point was more you have to create alcohol to create vinegar, and there's a very specific distillation method that the Islamic community uses in order to produce vinegar that's supposed to prevent the formation of alcohols/prevent accessibility to those formations. That's why there's Muslim-friendly vinegars while your average wine-based vinegar is not approved due to the process used to make it. My question was more based on the philosophy behind the production of vinegar and how in modern times, even wine-based vinegars tend to come from sources that would not have general drinking access to it in the wine form, rather than the small batches as it was produced in the past from fruit juices.
>>195 I always heard there was a Hadith that said "What is haram in big amounts is haram in little. "
>>194 >Are there any other food production or sin-related measures that /islam/ would take into consideration with modern times separating the purely religious reasonings that should be absolutely followed from the practical application reasonings that were implemented for the protection of the individual? Well, I can tell you what wasn't taken into consideration : factory farm animal meat. Halal, when it comes to procuring animal meat, is about minimizing the suffering of the animal. The precautions taken when slaughtering an animal (ie : making sure the blade is sharp, keeping the slaughter scene away from other animals, etc) are all for this reason. But now, we have factory farms, and I don't need to tell you how they trea the animals there. The point is : would slaughtering the animal according to Islamic teachings still make its meat halal, when the animal had suffered all throughout its life under the farm's supervision?
>>270 I would say no, personally.

فلان 09/11/2021 (Sat) 18:53:21 ID: 9effcf No.288 [Reply]
hi fellow brothers. I suspect that the witch-like woman living next to us has cast a spell on me. how do I break this spell does anybody know? I suspect she cast a virginity spell on me cause I've been a virgin since she moved here.
We don't fornicate, hence being a "virgin" is nothing bad. The best way to protect against magic is reciting Qur'an, especially the 3 Quls (Al Ikhlaas, Al Falaq, An Nas), and Surat al Baqara (especially Ayat al Kursi).

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