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  • Description of the ‘Eed Prayer

    No ’Athaan (call for prayer) or Iqaamah (second call to prayer): Jaabir ibn Samurah, may Allah be pleased with him, said, “I prayed with the Messenger of Allah  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) the prayers of the two ‘Eeds more than once or twice without there being ’Athaan (call for prayer) or Iqaamah.” [Muslim].. More

  • Prophetic Traditions of 'Eed

    The Muslim is obliged to pray certain prayers in congregation: the five daily prayers, the Friday prayer (Salat al-Jumu’ah), the prayers of the two ‘Eeds and during theHajj. The purpose behind these congregational prayers it is to provide opportunities to a greater number of Muslims to attend larger congregations in an atmosphere of religious.. More

  • The Muslim’s Tasks on ‘Eed Al-Fitr - II

    1- Manifesting happiness and joy on the occasion of ‘Eed: It was narrated that ‘Aa’ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, said, “Abu Bakr came to my house while two small Ansaari girls were singing beside me the stories of the Ansaar concerning the Day of Bu‘aath. They were not singers. Abu Bakr said, ‘Musical instruments.. More

  • The Muslim’s Tasks on ‘Eed Al-Fitr - I

    There are many tasks for Muslims to do on ‘Eed Al-Fitr. They are as follows: 1- Paying Zakat Al-Fitr before the ‘Eed prayer 2- Saying Takbeer on the night of the ‘Eed Allah The Almighty Says (what means):{To complete the period and to glorify Allah for that [to] which He has guided you; and perhaps you will be grateful.} [Quran.. More

  • Continuation of good deeds after Ramadan

    First Khutbah (sermon) Praise be to Allah Who has guided His believing servants to do acts of obedience and has made the ways of good and righteous deeds easy for them. I bear witness that there is no god but Allah Who has no partners, and that our leader and Prophet Muhammad is Allah’s Messenger, the best of those who observed fasting and the.. More

  • ‘Eed in the House of the Prophet - II

    Engaging in play and entertainment on 'Eed should not make one forget the religious and moral teachings to which he has to adhere strictly. Entertainment and amusement do not justify doing forbidden actions, neglecting duties, and causing harm to people. ‘Aa’ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, pointed this out when she said, “Some.. More

  • ‘Eed in the House of the Prophet - I

    On a joyful day in Al-Madeenah An-Nabawiyyah, and on the morning of a happy ‘Eed, the house of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, witnessed the scenes of the celebration of ‘Eed under the supervision of the best of human beings: Muhammad, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. Everyone joined in to celebrate the occasion of.. More

  • Etiquette of 'Eed

    'Eeds or Festivals are moments of celebration common to all nations. The festivals of non-believing nations are associated with worldly matters such as the birth of a nation or its decline, the appointment or crowning of a ruler, his marriage, or the beginning of a season like spring, and so on. As to Muslims, their festivals ('Eeds) are associated.. More

  • Issues Related to the 'Eed Khutbah and Prayer

    - Listening to the Khutbah is optional: ‘Abdullaah ibn As-Saa’ib, may Allah be pleased with him, reported that he attended the ‘Eed prayer with the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, and when he finished the prayer, he said: ‘Whoever wishes to leave, can leave, and whoever wishes to sit and listen to the Khutbah, can.. More

  • Lantern of the Sunnah in the ‘Eeds of the Ummah - II

    1- Eating before going out to pray on ‘Eed Al-Fitr and after the prayer on ‘Eed Al-Adh-ha: It is an act of Sunnah (Prophetic tradition) for one to eat some dates before going out to pray on ‘Eed Al-Fitr, as Anas ibn Maalik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported that the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, did not go out.. More

  • Lantern of the Sunnah in the ‘Eeds of the Ummah - I

    ‘Eed (festival) is a happy occasion, during which one is transported to gardens of joy and delight. It is a festival of joy and happiness, as it is an opportunity for people to entertain themselves and take rest. Every nation has its own festivals, and, in Islam, we have no festivals other than the weekly festival of Friday and the annual festivals.. More

  • Correct Answers to Questions about Takbeer of ‘Eed Prayer - II

    1- One should not raise his hands with the Takbeers This is the opinion of the Maaliki scholars as stated in ‘Aqd Al-Jawaahir. They argued that there is no authentic tradition stating that the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, used to raise his hands with the Takbeers. Maalik, may Allah have mercy upon him, said, “One should.. More

  • Correct Answers to Questions about Takbeer of ‘Eed Prayer - I

    This is a series of brief answers to some questions about the extra Takbeers [the words'Allahu-Akbar '(Allah is The Most Great)] of the ‘Eed prayer: Question 1: When are Takbeers [Allahuakbar (Allah is The Most Great)] of the ‘Eed prayer said? The answer: There are two opinions regarding the timing of the Takbeers: 1- After the.. More

  • Rulings and Etiquette of ‘Eed - II

    1- Going to the ‘Eed Prayer using one route and returning via another one, as Jaabir ibn ‘Abdullaah, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated that the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, used to do so. Ibn Al-Qayyim, may Allah have mercy upon him, said: The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, used to go to the.. More

  • Rulings and Etiquette of ‘Eed - I

    ‘Eed is the season of happiness and joy, during which the Muslims rejoice only at the bounty of their Lord, having won the blessing of completing their acts of worship and receiving the reward, given their complete confidence in His promises to forgive and reward them. Allah The Exalted Says (what means): {Say, "In the Bounty of Allah and.. More