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Ramadhan05 Important Lessons for the Muslim Ummah

 

They are lessons written By : Shaykh Abdul-Azeez bin Abdullaah bin Baaz.
The First Lesson:
Memorizing the opening Surah (Chapter) of the Qur'ân: Al-Fatiha (the Opening) and some short passages and Surahs from No. 99 (Az-Zalzalah) to 114 (An-Naas) Every Muslim must make an effort to memorize, recite and understand passages and/or Surahs from the Noble Qur'ân.

Knowing the meaning and the conditions of the declaration of Ash-Shahadataan that: "there is no true God except Allâh, and that Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, is the Messenger of Allâh". The phrase that "there is no true God" negates anything or anyone that is being worshipped other than Allâh, and the phrase: "except Allâh" confirms that all forms of worship, submission and adoration must be for Allâh alone, without setting up rivals with Him. The conditions needed to fulfill the meaning of Ash-Shahadataan are:
  • <LI class=MsoNormal>Knowledge about what it means. <LI class=MsoNormal>Certainty about its meaning which dispels doubts and suspicions. <LI class=MsoNormal>Sincerity that purifies its declarer from any form of shirk (association). <LI class=MsoNormal>Honesty which negates hypocrisy. <LI class=MsoNormal>Love and attachment to the declaration of Ash-Shahadataan, which leads to the dispel of uneasiness, dislike, or hate to what it implies. <LI class=MsoNormal>Adherance: conducting what Allâh has decreed regarding His worship. <LI class=MsoNormal>Accepting to obey Allâh by this declaration.
  • Dissociating from anything or anyone being worshipped other than Allâh.

The six fundamental articles of faith are:
Believing in Allâh (His Oneness), His Angels, all of His Messengers, all of His Scriptures (in their original and unaltered forms), in the Last Day (of Judgment), and Fate and Divine Decree (whether good or bad), which Allâh Has measured and ordained according to His previous Knowledge and as deemed suitable by His Wisdom.

Tawheed (Faith in the Unity of Allâh) is divided into three articles:
First, believing in the Oneness of Allâh in the sense of His being the only Creator, Preserver, Nourisher,...etc. This belief is called Tawheed Ar-Ruboobeeyah.
Second, acknowledging that Allâh alone is the One and Only true God who deserves to be worshipped and thus abstaining from worshipping any other being or thing. This belief is called Tawheed Al-Ulooheeyah.
Third, having faith and belief in the Oneness of Allâh's Names and Attributes. This belief is called Tawheed Al-Asmaa was-Sifat.
As for Shirk (associating anything or anyone in worship with Allâh), it is divided into three types:
First: Major Shirk (Ash Shirk Al Akbar) which Allâh does not forgive. Allâh says regarding Shirk:
"But if they had joined in worship others with Allâh, all that they used to do would have been of no benefit to them" (Qur'ân 6: 88).
"It is not for the Mushrikeen (polytheists) to maintain the Mosques of Allâh (i.e. to pray and worship Allâh therein, to looking after their cleanness and their building,...etc.), while they witness against their own-selves of disbelief. The works of such bear no fruit, and in fire shall they dwell." (Qur'ân 9:17).
The one who associate others with Allâh and dies on this shirk will not be forgiven and Jannah (Paradise) is forbidden to him, as Allâh, Most Mighty and Honored says:
"Verily, Allâh forgives not that partners should be set up with Him in worship, but He forgives anything else, to whom He pleases; and whoever sets up partners with Allâh in worship, he has indeed invented a tremendous sin." (Qur'ân 4:48).
"Verily, whosoever sets up partners in worship with Allâh, then Allâh has forbidden the Jannah for him." (Qur'ân 5:72).
Asking the dead or idols for help, slaughtering for them and making vows for them are examples of this Shirk.
Second: Minor Shirk (Ash-Shirk Al-Asgar) which is stated in the Qur'ân or in the Prophet's tradition but is not the same as Major Shirk.
Riya (showing off) and swearing by other than Allâh are examples of this kind of Shirk. Prophet Muhammad, salla Allâh u alihi wa sallam, said:
"Of which I fear for you the most is Minor Shirk ".When he was asked what was it, he said, "Riya".
He, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, also said: "He who swears by anything other than Allâh commits Minor shirk ".
The Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, also warned:
"Do not say: 'had Allâh and such and such (person) willed', but say: 'had Allâh then such and such (person) willed' ". This kind of Shirk does not necessarily lead to disbelief from Islâm or an eternal stay in Hell. It negates, however, the completeness of faith.
The Third kind of shirk is the hidden Shirk.
Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, explained:
"Shall I not tell you of which I fear for you more than I fear of the Anti-Christ?" They said: "Yes, O Messenger of Allâh", and he said, "The hidden Shirk, where one beautifies his way of praying only because another one is looking at him".
Alternatively, Shirk could be divided into two kinds:
Major and Minor. In this case, the Hidden Shirk encompasses both the Major and Minor kinds depending upon the act committed. It is Major if it is the same as the Shirk of the hypocrites who hide their false beliefs while showing off Islâm out of fear. It is Minor if it is the same as Riya.
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