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  • Fatwa: Fasting Without Performing The Salaah - Shaykh al-Wasābī

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BheRhyc3Tc8&list=UUaik24QJZxXmnAE5_w1oP8w& index=0&feature=plcp[/YOUTUBE]

    Can anyone name the reciter at the beginning of the video (smile)
    ‏"‏إن الله لا يقبض العلم انتزاعًا ينتزعه من الناس ولكن يقبض العلم بقبض العلماء حتى إذا لم يبقِ عالمًا، اتخذ الناس رءوسًا جهالا، فسئلوا فأفتوا بغير علم، فضلوا وأضلوا‏:‏ ‏(‏‏(‏متفق عليه‏)‏‏)‏‏.‏

  • #2
    Originally posted by Ahmed Ibn Amr View Post
    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BheRhyc3Tc8&list=UUaik24QJZxXmnAE5_w1oP8w& index=0&feature=plcp[/YOUTUBE]

    Can anyone name the reciter at the beginning of the video (smile)
    Sh. Muhammad Nasir al-Din al-Albani : )

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    • #3
      A longer clip:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDIuVaqAalg

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      • #4
        May Allah Reward you ya akhi abu bakr.
        ‏"‏إن الله لا يقبض العلم انتزاعًا ينتزعه من الناس ولكن يقبض العلم بقبض العلماء حتى إذا لم يبقِ عالمًا، اتخذ الناس رءوسًا جهالا، فسئلوا فأفتوا بغير علم، فضلوا وأضلوا‏:‏ ‏(‏‏(‏متفق عليه‏)‏‏)‏‏.‏

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        • #5
          Assalamo alikom
          1-Salaht is not a corner in fasting as indicated by the Quran , on the other hand , whether this fasting will be rewarded or not ,the answer is : it is up to Allah to because fasting is for Allah only and He rewards the slaves for it.
          2- Some Muftis are contradicting whether the one who does not pray is Kafir or not.
          Allahou Alam
          Assalamo alikom
          َاللهم إِني أَعوذ بك أَن أَضِلَّ أَو أُضِلَّ، أو أَزِلَّ أَو أُزِلَّ، أَو أَظْلِمَ أَو أُظْلَم، أَو أَجْهَلَ أَويُجْهلَ عليّ

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ahmed frihy View Post
            Assalamo alikom
            1-Salaht is not a corner in fasting as indicated by the Quran , on the other hand , whether this fasting will be rewarded or not ,the answer is : it is up to Allah to because fasting is for Allah only and He rewards the slaves for it.
            Wa 'alaikumusalaam ya amm al-habeeb,

            Fasting is indeed for Allah to reward, but fasting is governed by rules and if one does not abide by them, then he should not expect any reward from Allah. For example, the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم said about salatul 'Asr for example:

            مَنْ تَرَكَ صَلاةَ الْعَصْرِ فَقَدْ حَبِطَ عَمَلُهُ

            "Whoever left (praying) salatul 'Asr, his (good) deeds will be lost."
            [Bukhari, 520]

            What is meant by 'his good deeds will be lost' is that they will be annulled and rendered invalid, will not be accepted nor be of no benefit to him. How about the one who misses all (or most) of his salaat while fasting?

            The Standing Committee (10/140) said about the one who only fasted and prayed in the month of Ramadan: "...With regard to those who fast Ramadan and pray in Ramadan only, this is trying to cheat Allaah, and unfortunate indeed are those who only acknowledge Allah in Ramadan. Their fasting is not valid if they do not pray at times other than Ramadan..." - see also Ibn Uthaymeen's fatwa in his 'Fataawa as-Siyaam', p. 87 about the fasting of one who does not pray.

            A person who disobeys Allah while fasting has not grasped the intent behind fasting. The real goal is to achieve taqwa and true obedience to Allah through the abandonment of food, drink and all types of sin. Although a person who backbites, lies or indulges in other sins is not considered to have physically broken his fast, but he loses the reward of fasting and in this sense he has "broken his fast"... So how about the severity of the one who leaves off praying while fasting in part or altogether?
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            • #7
              What is meant by 'his good deeds will be lost' is that they will be annulled and rendered invalid, will not be accepted nor be of no benefit to him. How about the one who misses all (or most) of his salaat while fasting
              Akhi alkareem Abou Umayza.....Assalamo alikom
              I totally agree with you and please do not think for a second that I am against the fatwa , I am just pointing out that there are two or more lines of opinions : the hard liners and and those of moderate opinions.
              The difference in opinions is good for everyone
              Assalamo alikom
              َاللهم إِني أَعوذ بك أَن أَضِلَّ أَو أُضِلَّ، أو أَزِلَّ أَو أُزِلَّ، أَو أَظْلِمَ أَو أُظْلَم، أَو أَجْهَلَ أَويُجْهلَ عليّ

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ahmed frihy View Post
                Akhi alkareem Abou Umayza.....Assalamo alikom
                I totally agree with you and please do not think for a second that I am against the fatwa , I am just pointing out that there are two or more lines of opinions : the hard liners and and those of moderate opinions.
                The difference in opinions is good for everyone
                Assalamo alikom
                Allahu yahfadhak wa barakAllahu feek. The topic is about fasting while not praying, and whether the former is acceptable without the performance of the latter. Even the "moderate" view accepts that the one who does not pray (regardless of the reason) has committed kufr - and the one who is in this state of kufr can't expect reward for other actions until he repents. And neither does Allah accept a supergatory deed unless the obligatory one is offered.

                As the previous hadeeth about leaving salatul 'asr (and its commentaries) explains, the loss of good deeds occur as a result of a person not returning back to his Rabb in repentence after having committed kufr and rectifying the wrong, wallahu a'lam.

                See also:

                http://www.islam-qa.com/ar/ref/49698
                http://islamqa.info/en/ref/37989
                http://www.ahlalhdeeth.com/vbe/showthread.php?t=13524

                Asalaamu 'alaikum.
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                • #9
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                  ‏"‏إن الله لا يقبض العلم انتزاعًا ينتزعه من الناس ولكن يقبض العلم بقبض العلماء حتى إذا لم يبقِ عالمًا، اتخذ الناس رءوسًا جهالا، فسئلوا فأفتوا بغير علم، فضلوا وأضلوا‏:‏ ‏(‏‏(‏متفق عليه‏)‏‏)‏‏.‏

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                  • #10
                    If one does not pray all salah but some during ramadhan then would his fasting be invalid? If so then should the person focus on correcting his salah first and then once they are reading 5 times a day then start to fast?

                    Also if one was to pray salah but not fast then qould their salah be valid?
                    "and the best speech is the Speech of Allah, and the best guidance is the guidance of Muhammad (sallallhu alahi wa-sallam), and the worst of all affairs are the newly invented matters (in the religion)"
                    [Saheeh Muslim]

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by T4WHEED View Post
                      If one does not pray all salah but some during ramadhan then would his fasting be invalid? If so then should the person focus on correcting his salah first and then once they are reading 5 times a day then start to fast?

                      Also if one was to pray salah but not fast then qould their salah be valid?
                      The fasting is valid and need not be made up. However, such a person would be gravely sinful and would risk losing out the reward for all those prayers and probably all the reward for fasting as well.

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