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Arafah

This answer was collected from HanbaliDisciples.com. The questions have been answered by Imam John Starling.

Fasting before doing Qurbani.

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Q. I am going to do qurbani and I remembered last year I fasted for one week prior to the day of Eid but I can’t remember clearly. Can you please tell me when I should start fasting for this, what day and when should I end the fastng and the rules for this fasting (no… read more »

Questions concerning Eid Salaah

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Assalamu Alaikkum Mufthi saab… Question related to Eid Prayer: Some of the people told that in Eid salah must pray in Open ground not in the Masjid..It is the Sunnah of Prophet(PBUH)… Other’s told that Prophet(PBUH) pray in Open Ground is one of the reason for Small area Masjid and also they mention the Hadeeth… read more »

When Will One Fast For The Day Of Arafah?

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Question: Asalamu Alaikum. I wanted to know whether one is supposed to fast on the day of Arafah according to the Saudi calender i.e the day Arafah is observed in Saudi Arabia ,or one’s own country?  in our country arafah is probably on the 5th of October. The differences in dates is a bit confusing. Requesting for some guidance regarding when to fast… read more »

Observing Qadha Of Fardh Fast

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Question: Assalamu alaikum, If a person still has fard fast that they missed during the month of Ramadan to keep back, can they fast any of the recommended fast with the intention for that (eg 10th Muharram or day of Arafah) or do they have to keep back their fard fast before doing of the sunnah ones?   Answer: Wa Alaikum As… read more »

THE ISLAMIC AWAKENING’ EXPLAINED.

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

In the introduction, the article states, ‘There was once a time when the coming of the month of Rabiul Awwal was a time of unmitigated joy for the Muslim Ummah of the entire world. This is a misleading statement to readers to make them believe that the Muslims through the whole world used to celebrate… read more »

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