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Muwahhideen Publications is pleased to present the second edition to this extremely comprehensive, yet highly beneficial Ebook written by Shaykh ‘Abd Al-Qādir Ibn Muḥammad al-Junyad (حفظه الله) that offers a synopsis of essential matters surrounding ‘Eid al-Fiṭr, which every Muslim who wishes to align himself with the Sunnah of Muḥammad (ṣallAllāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) should be familiar with. The second edition contains additional subsections, rulings and narrations annotated by the Shaykh, which we hope would be of benefit to the reader.

This treatise was translated by Abū Afnān Muḥammad ‘Abd Allāh (حفظهالله) with the explicit permission and approval of the Shaykh. 

📲 Download: http://mpubs.org/ramadhaan/1022-ebook-the-legislative-rulings-for-eid-ul-fitr-by-shaykh-abd-al-qaadir-al-junayd

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Can you explain some of the signs of Laylatul Qadr [the night of Decree]?

The signs which indicate Laylatul Qadr which have been mentioned by the Prophet (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam), I can recall at this moment the following.

  1. The first of them or number one is that Laylatul Qadr is a peaceful, tranquil quiet night. Within that night or the night of Laylatul Qadr you do not hear the barking of dogs, or the sound of the cockerel.
  2. The second sign is that in Laylatul Qadr the people experience a pleasant breeze or a pleasant wind which they enjoy which they like.
  3. Thirdly, in Laylatul Qadr there is rain. This is one of the signs of Laylatul Qadr that during the night of Laylatul Qadr the rain falls.
  4. Fourthly, is that when the sun rises on the following morning the disc of the sun is seen without strong rays or is without any rays. The disc is a clear disc when it rises in the morning.

— Shaykh Ubayd Al-Jabiree (hafidhahullah)

The Shaykh said many of these signs the people notice them or they see them and if we notice these signs, then we should have glad tidings in the hope that we have coincided with Laylatul Qadr.

(Source: — Lecture: The Last 10 Days of Ramadan by Shaykh ‘Ubayd Al-Jaabiree. Translated by Abu Abdillah Owais Al Hashimi)

(Source: miraathpubs.net)

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📋 Daily Sunnan of Ramadan

👤 Compiled & Translated by Abbas Abu Yahya 
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1 – Introduction from Shaykh Uthaymeen

2 – Excellence of Fasting in Ramadan

3 – Intention

4 – The Encouragement to Eat at the Time of Sahoor

5 – A Blessed Meal

6 – Inviting People to Eat at the Sahoor

7 – The People of the Book do not take Sahoor

8 – Angels Send Dua for those who eat at the time of Sahoor

9 – Eating Dates for Sahoor

10 – Delaying the Sahoor

10 – The Ruling Concerning the One With Food in his Mouth when the Time of Fajr Comes in

11 – Hastening the Breaking of the Fast

12 – It is Recommended to Break Fast with Moist Dates

13 – Making Dua during Ramadan

14 – Praying the Taraweeh Prayer

15 – Opening someone’s Fast

16 – Reading the Quraan during the night in Ramadan
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Taken from the book ‘al-Fiqhul-Muyas-sar’

Translation/amendments/extra points of benefit prepared by Yusuf McNulty
The definition of al-Kusoof, and the wisdom behind it:
Al-Kusoof (eclipse) is when the light of either the sun or the moon becomes covered, due to something out of the ordinary happening. 

Kusoof (solar eclipse – the sun becoming covered during the day).

Khusoof (lunar eclipse – the moon becoming covered during the night) both carry the same meaning in Arabic.

Allaah makes this happen in order to frighten His servants, so that they return to Him in repentance, just as the Prophet – sallallaahu alayhi wasallam, said: ((Indeed, both the sun and the moon are two signs from the signs of Allaah, He does not make them eclipse due to the death or life of anyone, but rather in order to terrify His servants.)) [1]

The ruling of Salaatul-Kusoof and the evidence for it:
Salaatul-Kusoof is waajib (obligatory), as stated by Aboo Awaanah in his Saheeh, and was also narrated from Aboo Haneefah. Imaam Maalik held it to be the same as Jumuah (in ruling). Ibnul-Qayyim strengthened the opinion regarding its obligation, and Sh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-Uthaymeen agreed with Ibnul-Qayyim’s view. This is because the Prophet – sallallaahu alayhi wasallam, commanded with its performance, and he would set out for it immediately, and he informed that it occurs to frighten the servants (of Allaah). [2]
…It’s time:
The time of the Salaah begins with the onset of the eclipse, and lasts until the eclipse ends due to the Prophet’s statement: ((If you see anything of it (the eclipse), then pray up until it clears.)) [3]
The description of the Salaah and what should be recited 

within it:
🔸It is two rakahs,
🔸in the first rakah you should recite Soorah al-Faatihah loudly – regardless of whether it is night or day – and also another soorah, which should be long.
🔸 Then after that you make rukoo, and this should be prolonged.
 🔸Thereafter you rise up from the rukoo, say ‘samiallaahu liman hamidah’ and ‘rabbanaa wa lakal-hamd’, but there is no sujood just yet;
🔸 rather Soorah al-Faatihah is recited again along with another long soorah, however it should be a little bit shorter than the first (soorah recited). 
🔸Then you make rukoo again, and rise up from it as normal,
🔸 then sujood is performed, twice as normal, but they should be made long.
🔸 After standing up, you should pray the second rakah just as the first, except make it a little bit shorter, 
🔸and you end the Salaah with tashah-hud and tasleem as normal.
🍃Source: salafitalk.com

🖇Link: http://salafitalk.com/threads/1973-Salaatul-Kusoof-The-Eclipse-Prayer

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