Browsing: Islamic Law
Many mosques will be taking applications for I’tikaf soon. Do you have what it takes?
It’s easy to forget and take these amazing acts of ‘ibāda for granted
Can I pray tarawih at home if the masjid is open? Can I hold a mus’haf or tablet? How much Qur’an should I read? Sh Haitham answers our questions about fasting/prayer times and tarawih this year.
The issue of moon sighting has never been as divisive as it has become today. In the past, Muslim scholars…
This discussion goes back to the earliest generation of Islam, and Sh Dr Sajid Umar explains how Muslims today can navigate it
A New Approach To An Old Dispute: Fatiha Behind The Imam
Sh Haitham argues that this 1400-year-old debate will not come to an end any time soon. So what should we do?
What does it mean to “implement sharia”? In light of the Taliban’s coming to power in Afghanistan, the question has been the subject of a lot of coverage and confusion among many commentators, writes Sh Haitham al-Haddad.
Allah’s Rights Precede Human Rights
Whilst standing up against injustice to creatures, the wise person does not forget injustice to the Creator.
I am calling upon every Muslim throughout the UK, Europe, and the entire world at large to defend, honour, and express their love for the beloved Prophet of Allāh (sall Allāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam).
An alternative Mawlid message from Shaykh Haitham al-Haddad
This is a call to have a different type of “celebration” of the birth of the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhī wa sallam) this week…