By Allamah Sayyid Sa'eed Akhtar Rizvi - XKP
With humility I provide my due to Allah Subhanahu wa Ta 'ala that He gave me the opportunity to bring together this 6th quantity of the sequence, Your Questions replied. This e-book comprises replies to 118 questions got among October 1990 and December, 1994, from The Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Thailand; India, Pakistan, Iran, U.A.E. and Muscat; Sweden, Norway, Germany and U.K.; united states of america, Canada, Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana; Ghana, Nigeria, Botswana, Kenya and Tanzania.
As it occurs some of the questions are on burning themes of the present social atmosphere, and that i desire this quantity will end up extra renowned and invaluable than the former ones during this series.
Dar es Salaam Syed Saeed Akhtar Rizvi
15th March 1965
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Yet there are traditions from the Imams of Ahlul Bayt (A. S) which say that pronouncing "Amen" after Surah al-Fatihah in prayer is bid'ah. One such culture from Imam Ja'far as-Sadiq (A. S) says: “When you're (praying) at the back of an Imam and he finishes Surah al-Fatihah and completes it, you have to say, "Alhamdu-Lillahi Rabbil 'Alameen", and don't say "Amen". (Al-Kafi and Tahdhibu 'l-ahkam). It exhibits that pronouncing "Amen" had turn into demonstrated by means of that point, i. e. in Umayyad interval. incidentally, the Sunni ebook, "Naylu 'l-awtar " prices Imam Malik (the chief of the Malikis) as asserting that the Imam will not be say "Ameen" in these prayers that are recited loudly. bankruptcy seventy four Q. seventy four: KADHALIKAALLAHU RABBI we are saying, Kadhalikallahu Rabbi, (Even so is Allah, our Lord), after Surah Qul Huwallah, in prayer. Is it right? This sentence isn't within the Qur 'an. A: in keeping with ahadith, it really is mustahabb to assert it after surah Qul Huwallah, even if inprayer and at different events. Likewise, it's mustahabb to assert, “La bi shayin min 'alayika Rabbi ukadhdhib” (None of your bounties do I reject, O my Lord! ) after each Fa bi ayyi'alayi Rabbikuma tukadhdhiban (Which then of the bounties of your Lord will you deny? ) in Surah ar-Rahman. those will not be components of the Qur'an; they're integrated within the etiquette of the recital of Qur'an. bankruptcy seventy five Q. seventy five: SAJDAH ON WOOLEN CARPETS The Iranian monks urge the Shi'as to supply their prayers at the woollen carpets of the Masjid un Nabi and to prostrate at the related with no utilizing muhr, for the sake of Islamic solidarity. Is it legitimate? A: it truly is okay if performed as a result of Taqiyah. even if, i've got obvious loads of Shi'as from Qateef and Bahrain utilizing small mats (made of palm leaves or different such reeds) for prayer even contained in the masjid of the Prophet (S. A. W), and clearly not anyone can item to it. bankruptcy seventy six Q. seventy six: TURNING HEAD correct AND LEFT IN PRAYER We the Shi 'as don’t flip our heads on the finish of Salah, just like the Sunnis do, once they supposedly salute the angels through announcing "As-Salamu 'Alaykum Warahmatullahi wa Barakatuh" turning their heads to the correct, then to the left. How did that procedure come into the Salah? A: actually it's a Sunnah of the Prophet (S. A. W) to show fractionally one's look (not the top) first to the ideal after which to the left on the time of salaam. however the Sunnis have exaggerated it to such an volume that they flip their faces thoroughly to the perimeters. apparently from a few unconfirmed experiences that it was once all started throughout the first Khalifa's time. One fails to appreciate how this tradition conforms with the 'niyyat' (intention) of praying "with my face in the direction of holy Ka'bah". They do that niyyat after which two times flip their faces clear of the Ka'bah. Does that niyyat stay legitimate? Likewise, they do niyyat to quick from prior to sunrise to after sundown; after which b bankruptcy seventy seven Q. seventy seven: ON SALAAM AND TASHAHUD a few occasions i am getting right into a dialogue approximately how we the Shi'as say 'alayhi 's-salaam after declaring 'Ali and the Imams. i do know its in Sahih Bukhari from what i've got learn, yet the place is it in Shi'a books?