Corrections of common mistakes

12 Dos and Don'ts on a Death

Dos and Don'ts
When a person passes away, there are a number of actions that we should do as relatives, friends and Muslim brethren/sisters. There are also a number of actions found within our communities/cultures which have been expressly forbidden that we must avoid. Here are a list of 12 such dos and don'ts on a death.

Why ALL MLM schemes are fraudulent scams

MLM / Pyramid Scheme Scam/Fraud
A comprehensive explanation in a conversation-style format to provide many reasons why ALL MLM and pyramid schemes are fraudulent scams and must be avoided.

10 Reasons Why We Don't Add VAT to our Zakâh Nisâb and Mahr Prices

Here are TEN good reasons why we believe adding VAT to silver market prices to work out the value of the silver is both illogical and inconsistent and, therefore, should NOT be added to the Zakâh Nisâb and Mahr prices.

How to thank another Muslim correctly

There are different ways of thanking another Muslim and people use different forms. JazakAllahu Khayran, JazakAllah or Jzk: which one's the correct form? The purpose of this article is to explore which is the correct form and the one that should be adopted by all Muslims.

What to do when you receive a forwarded message

Social media/message sharing
People often don't think twice about forwarding a message they receive on social media or via a messaging app. Have we stopped to consider if the message is genuine? Here is an explanation of what we should really do when we receive a message.

The Right Way is the Only Way

Right Hand is the way forward

Every time we carry out an action do we ever stop and think if it has been done correctly? A Muslim attempts to emulate his beloved Messenger SallAllȃhu 'alayhi wasallam in each and every one of his actions.

Eid Salâh at the Musallâ: A Forgotten Sunnah

Open field aka Musallâ
The majority of Muslims in the West - if not the world - perform their 'Eid Salâh in the Masjid and consider this to be the recommended practice. The actual Sunnah is to perform it in an open field outside the inhabited area of the town or city, which is known as a Musallâ (or 'Eidgâh). One thing is clear: Rasûlullâh SallAllâhu 'alayhi wasallam and the Khulafâ ar-Râshidoon (the rightly-guided Caliphs) used to perform the 'Eid Salâh in the Musallâ and it is for this reason that many of the 'ulamâ have stated that to perform Salâh at the Musallâ is an emphasised Sunnah. It is, therefore, the responsibility of the Muslims of each town/city to arrange for one, otherwise all the inhabitants would be held accountable.
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