I have been discussing the subject of using “waseela” while supplicating to Allah (swt) with some Muslims, and have come to know that there are quite different opinions about fact whether the use of “waseela” in duaa is halaal or haraam. Could you please provide me with some information about this subject, some ayaat from […]
the purpose for which mankind was created was to devote their worship to Allaah alone. Can you explain to me the real meaning of worship?.
My question is, does the term Taaghoot include objects that do not call the people to worship them, like the sun, trees, idols, stones? Also, are righteous Muslims, like Imaam Shafi’, are they called Taaghoot if the people worship them or their graves?
Hadeeth: Anas ibn Maalik (may Allaah be pleased with him) narrated that when they suffered drought,
What is the wisdom behind there being no rest period from worship for men, as there is for women? For example, we fast in Ramadan but when our period comes, we break the fast; we pray but when our period comes or when we are bleeding following childbirth (nifaas), we do not pray.