بِسْمِ ٱللَّهِ ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ
أسلم عليكم و رحمتله و بركاته
I am a Muslim upon the aqeedah and minhaj of the the salaf-us-salih, and in so saying may be called Salafi, insha’Allah.
I’m looking for my other half that is upon the minhaj of the salaf-us-salih. A strong woman that knows the fundamental principles of Islam.
Im seeking a best friend, partner in everything, roady, and study-buddy, and someone that takes the deen seriously. I’m currently memorizing The Three Fundamental Principles of Islam by Shaykh Al-Islam Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab, Rahimahullah.
Talib Il ilm I love:
Abu Khadeejah Abdul Wahid
Abu Iyaad Amjad Rafiq
Abu Muadh Taqweem Aslam
Abu Muhammad Al Maghribi
Hamza Abdur Razzaq
Hassan as somali
Abu Hakeem Bilal Davis
Abu Aisha Shamsi
Callers to misguidance and deviants whom the major scholars have refuted, that the Muslim upon haq refuses to take from and flees from like a man from a lion:
“Mufti” Menk (Deobandi)
Al Huda institute
Muhammad salih al munajid
Asim al Hakeem
It is impermissible to take knowledge from these individuals and I can send you the refutations of actual scholars. If you don’t want them then you have made yourself a sect.
I pray for the Ummah; our brothers and sisters that have forgotten the statement of The Imaam Muhammad bin Sireen: «إِنَّ هَذَا العِلْمَ دِيْنٌ؛ فَانْظُرُواْ عَمَّنْ تَأخُذُوْنَ دِيْنَكُمْ». “Indeed this knowledge is the religion, so be careful with regards to the one whom you take your religion from” (أخرجه مسلم في مقدمة صحيحه). (Imaam Muslim collected it in the introduction to his Saheeh.) Especially those affected by callers to misguidance, kurooj, ash’aria and mutazilah rationalists to be guided to Surat al mustaqeem. AMEEN
I work for an apartment maintenance/porting company and enjoy my job. Even though it may leave me quite tired at the end of the day it offers opportunity and fulfillment, Alhamdulila. Aswell as being completely halal and free from mixing (with women)!
I’m a person that will make you laugh, hold you in the morning, and tickle you to wake you up. I’m always in good spirits and a very optimistic person! My dream is to teach Islam in a masjid upon haq. I love to read and I’m a complete nerd: “hey Siri, what is.....” will be something constant lol. I stay active and work out and eat healthy! And I cook
If you see as permissible:
Wearing tight clothes
Wearing makeup and exposing yourself
Then don’t swipe right.
As regards watching movies and wastefulness:
Frequenting cinemas is prohibited because most of what is screened is harām (forbidden) alongside the playing of music which incites fitnah (temptation) ― and because it is a waste of time that busies a person with that which brings no religious benefit. In these times a Muslim is in severe need of occupying his time with that which will benefit him, his family and the Muslim ummah. And visiting cinemas is a barrier to the remembrance of Allah and to the fulfilment of religious obligations due to what occurs [in the cinema and in movies] of free-mixing between s*xes and other types of corruption.
(See Al-Jāmi’ fī Fiqhil-‘Allāmah Ibn Bāz, p. 1205)
My comment: Movies are fictitious and made-up (untruths) to give people a sense of escapism and fantasy―quite often blurring the boundaries between fact and fiction leaving audiences unsure, confused and even mentally disturbed. Many films contain explicit *** scenes, immoral, lewd and adulterous relationships, extreme violence, killing, ****, sexual exploitation of women, drug abuse, drinking of alcohol and offensive language―all of which has a corrupting effect on the minds of viewers. Some of the most depraved and lowly immoral film characters (male and female) become role-models for movie-watchers and for large swathes of the population. Large numbers of people (and especially young people) copy the risky, immoral and dangerous things they see on the screen. Many of these films glorify unbelief, idolatry, magic and mockery of religion. None of this is good for our families or for society at large, and only encourages sinful behaviour―and things will only get worse until people wake up and rectify themselves and their families. We need to occupy our time with beneficial activities that help build our relationship with Allah and with our families and let us choose pastimes that nurture our bodies and souls and make us better people.
Saying Ramadan Kareem
The ruling concerning this is, *this phrase 'Ramadan Kareem' is not correct, and the only phrase that should be said is 'Ramadan Mubarak' or what resembles that. Because Ramadan is not the one that gives such that it can be called generous (Kareem), rather it is only Allah the Exalted that put virtue in it and made it a virtuous month and made the time period for performing (the fasting) a pillar from Islam.
Allah is al-Kareem.
This is from his beautiful Names, the meaning of which is:
The Bountiful, The Generous One. Abundant in good. The One Who causes and makes easy every good. And Who bestows generously. The One so generous that He even bestows favors upon those who reject His favors, and use them as a means to disobey Him. So say Ramadan Mubarak it ramadan adheem!
It is not upon us but to submit to Allah and his messenger and understand Islam how the companions did and say
(2:285) we hear and we obey.