Witr Salah in Makkah and Madinah

Witr Ṣalāh in Makkah and Madīnah

Question

When we visit Makkah and Madīnah in Ramaḍān, should we perform Witr Ṣalāh behind the Imam who does Salām after the second Rakʿah?

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O Dog the Son of a Dog

O Dog, the Son of a Dog

“Do not insult one another by (offensive) nicknames” (Qurʾān, 49: 11)

بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم

The great Shāfiʿī scholar Shaykh Tāj al-Dīn al-Subkī (d. 771/1370) writes in al-Tarshīḥ[1]:

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Valuable advice for graduating students

Valuable advice for graduating students

By Muḥaddith al-ʿAṣr Shaykh Muḥammad Yūnus Jownpūrī (b. 1355/1936 – )

A student from Australia was graduating from Darul Uloom Matliwala, Bharuch, Gujarat, India in 1411 Hijrī and requested Muḥaddith al-ʿAṣr Shaykh Muḥammad Yūnus Jownpūrī (b. 1355/1936 – ) for some advice. The following is a translation of the reply:

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Discourses of Muhaddithul Asr Shaykh Yunus Jownpuri

This page features some discourses of Muhaddithul Asr Shaykh Yunus Jownpuri Sahib, Shaykhul Hadith of Mazahirul Uloom Saharanpur, India, who has been teaching Sahih al-Bukhari for over 40 years. The page will be updated regularly. For discourses of other scholars, click on this link.

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The Use Of The Term Mawlana For Scholars

Is it permissible to use the title Mawlānā for scholars? Some people suggest this is Shirk because the term Mawlā should only be used for Allah.

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The Silent Plea of Ulama

بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم

Over the past few years, I have travelled to India several times and visited various Madāris and Masājid in different states. The accounts of some of the visits have been published online on www.nawadir.org. They highlight some of the challenges and difficulties facing the Muslims. One of the challenges is the oppressive way in which many ʿUlamāʾ are treated and remunerated. The silent plea of ʿUlamāʾ has been ignored for too long. Continue reading

Discourses of senior scholars

This page features some discourses of some leading scholars from around the world. This page will be updated regularly. For discourses of Muhaddithul Asr Shaykh Yunus Jownpuri Sahib, click here.

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