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Islamic Duties / Re: Contact prayers - beginning to end
« on: August 16, 2012, 02:39:28 AM »
Thanks for sharing your wisdom.
 :)

Regards

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Islamic Duties / Contact prayers - beginning to end
« on: August 15, 2012, 07:49:46 PM »
Salamun Alaikum,

Dear Brother,

I would like to know

1. In detail the method you currently adopt for contact prayers with respect to timings and from beginning to end.

2. Why do we term the contact prayers with respect to Zoroastrian prayers?

Dawn: Fajar/ Havaan

Noon: Zohar/ Rapithwan

Afternoon: Asr/ Uziren

Evening: Mazreem or Maghrib/ Aiwisuthrem

Night time: Isha or Ishan/ Ushaen.

3.Why don’t we term the name of prayers as mentioned in Quran?

Salaat il Fajr

Tuz'hirun

Wa qabla l-gharubi

Wa-zulafan mina al-layl

Salaat il Isha

4. Is there any Raka'ts mentioned in Quran with respect to the timings? Like Obligatory as we knew

Fajr: 2  and 2 Sunna (secondary source)

Zohar: 4 and 8 Sunna (secondary source including 4 before and 2 after and 2 'Nifl')

Asr:   4 and 4 Sunna (secondary source - before)

Maghrib: 3 and 6 Sunna (secondary source - 2 before 2 after and 2 'Nifl')

Isha: 4 and 11 Sunna (secondary source including 4 before and 2 after and 2 'Nifl' and 3 'Witr')

Witr or Qiram ul Lail: Secondary sources 8 + 3 or 5 or 7

5. Is it obligatory for with respect to Quan to perform Witr? or was it for only Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)

6. Why do we use the term Allah hu Akbar many times in the contact prayer?

7. With respect to 18:27 "You shall recite what is revealed to you of your Lord's Scripture (the Quran). Nothing shall abrogate His words, and you shall not find any other source beside it" is it important to learn the words from Quran only and recite in the contact prayers?

Regards

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General Discussions / Detailed syntax analysis
« on: August 14, 2012, 07:04:16 AM »
Salamun Alaikum

Dear Brother Joseph,

Are there any PDF Books providing a detailed syntax analysis in English for each verse of the Quran?

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General Discussions / Re: Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
« on: August 14, 2012, 06:50:16 AM »
Thanks a million. Appreciate your work and efforts.

May HIS blessings be with you.

and I hope you never stop this effort for truth.

Please remember me in your prayers.

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General Discussions / Re: Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
« on: August 12, 2012, 11:37:54 PM »
Salamun Alaikum, Dear brother thanks for your prompt response.

With respect to

39:23-God bestows from on high the best of all teachings in the shape of a divine writ fully consistent within itself, repeating each statement [of the truth] in manifold forms [a divine writ] whereat shiver the skins of all who of their Sustainer stand in awe: [but] in the end their skins and their hearts do soften at the remembrance of [the grace of] God. Such is God’s guidance: He guides therewith him that wills [to be guided] whereas he whom God lets go astray can never find any guide.

Can a person judge making use of Tasreef ( how the Qur’an repeats its messages from very diverse vantage points)?

Or a person should use Lexicon - Arabic to English or any other language one understands to try understanding the possible meaning.   

May God guide us.  Thanks for your valuable response.

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General Discussions / Re: Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
« on: August 12, 2012, 09:54:53 PM »
 :) Thanks a lot for your reply.

Totally agree I require to undertake deeper reading with regards to the Quran. 

With respect to Question 10. I would like to know

1-What is defined for politics in Quran?
2- Is there any concept of geographical boundaries in Quran?
3-What should be the role of ruler prescribed by Quran?
4-Is the type of government if there is in Quran mentioned? Should the government be democratic or dictated?
5-Shall we cast vote? Knowingly that the individual we agree to vote will shortfall due to influence of other people


One more important question I came across  Mr. Shabbir Ahmed The Quran As It Explains Itself:QXP [the author learned the Arabic language in the Quraish dialect in the 1970s under the auspices of Malik Faisal bin Abdul Aziz and Malik Khalid bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia. This dialect is very similar to the Arabic used in Muhammad's day] what are your views with respect to QXP?


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General Discussions / Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
« on: August 11, 2012, 12:20:21 AM »
Salamun Alaikum

Dear Brother(s), We should submit to God Alone. On the same lines when I tried communicating with my extended family - discussing to abandon all secondary sources; because when you look at the author(s) of almost all Hadith or Sunnah collections, you will find collection started almost after 200 years of Prophet’s death, so we shall abstain from them and keep the word of God as the single point of reference, one of cousin stood and asked few questions for which I am striving to find answers from Qur’an only like clear Ayat or Ayats:

1- Will a person be called on the day of judgement by the name of mother or father?

2-If an individual will be called by the name of mother, than is it not true that Prophet lineage is descended from Fatimah Zahra?   

3- Is it right to believe your father when he say’s that his father told him we are “Sayyid” (descendants of the Islamic prophet Muhammad through his grandsons, Hasan ibn Ali and Husain ibn Ali)?

4-Is there only one way of performing Salat?

5- Do we have to do Raf ya dain in Salat? Does Qur’an states anything related to raising hands be in Salat or Dua? Knowingly that there is no Qur’an verse explicitly explaining the details of Salah or any Hadith sharing each and every step than how can one congregate prayers when there is no uniformity in Salah?

6-What is the reality of Imam from Qur’an?

7-Do we have to follow any Imam or Prophet?

8-If we have to follow should we practice the entire things with respect to individual we follow?

9-If all the secondary sources are not to be looked upon why are these injected since more than 1000 years? And there are many scholars / alims / muftiz who read Qur’an from word to word still they follow secondary sources in their daily ways of life.

10-What Ayats share role of politicians?

11-Who initiated this entire following of Sunnah and or Hadith?

12-Didn’t caliph follow Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)?

 Look forward for a reply in detail.

Regards

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