yes malfuz meaning discourse.
I have been translating bits a time there is a part 2 to this already done.
PLEASE ONE PER DAY
WOW THIS IS GREAT!!!!!!!! JAZAKALLAH
I am not Urdu speaking, so could you please translate this malfuz minfazliq
jazakallah. could you give me some clarit, What does malfuz mean in it's true translation? does it mean discourse? or dua that we should read daily??
JazaakAllah for sharing this.
Waiting patiently for the translation....
Since when has the sunnah of seeing the prospective spouse become a European style?
Sorry to say but this advice really contrast the advice of Rasool'Allah .
What happened to the advice Rasool'Allah gave to Mughirah bin Shu’abah
If a younger one wants to say salam to her older one i.e father but her father doesn't like it. What should what do in that condition? Father is a Muslim Alhamdulillah but doesn't like ''As'salamu Alaikum ''.. (May Allah give him Hidayah Amen)
Reason is that, now a days a number of people don't say salam exactly...
hurriedly they say,
''As laam lay kum''
So he likes this salam, which is wrong one i.e ''As laam lay kum''
He doesn't like, ''As'sala mu alaikum ''
So mostly when I say salam to my father, he rebukes me & say "you don't know even how to salam''?
I've told him that what correct salam is but he doesn't concede, I'm discouraged now & have stopped saying salam to my father. So does it mean I don't have Adaab?
What should I do in that condition?
I read a while ago in Hayatus Sahabah, Volume number not sure.. that Hadhrat Ali mentioned 3 things to bring humility, one was to be the first to do salaam, i believe this is also sunnah. As well as doing salaam, all aspects of khidmah are very important in creating humility which is very important as a muslim, as it helps to remove a lot of evil, including hatred, suspicious thoughts about others etc....
The humility of our beloved prophet muhammad s.a.w.
Hadhrat Anas reports that when Rasulullaah ~ entered Makkah (upon the Conquest of Makkah) and the people were crowding to have a look at him, he placed his head against his carriage out of humility.
Hadhrat Unaysa says, liThe little girls of the locality would take their goats to Hadhrat Abu Bakr ~,~ (for milking). (Not only would he do it for them but) He would also ask, Would you like me to milk for you like Ibn Mraa (someone from
the Ansaar) does?",(3)
Now this is just one example of the khidmah of sahabah r.a. Subhan Allah, being so close with the prophet muhammad s.a.w. and imagine hadhrat abu bakr humility to help children.
Salamun.Aleykum...I have read your post.I was expecting to receive taweez for my problems.
but no reply and no information and no reply how to get it?
@nazia339 sister you checked only the title and not the post I assume. You will receive this one Taweez only when you read the post carefully
May Allah s.w.t bless you two with understanding and sabr.ameen.
In context of etiquette of salaam it says in the above citation that it is sunnah to say salaam, it is wajib to reply to the salaam and that the person who says salaam first gets more reward. It also says that the younger one should make salaam to their elder.
A.S. - Yes the idea of "must" and "obligation" shouldnt be there intellectually I agree with you there but definitely it is an Islamic adab, etiquette, for the younger one to say salaam to their elders first.
Adab, etiquette, is a thing forgotten today among youth and even among the self thought "religious" hijabi/niqabi/bearded youth, they feel that they are among Asharaatul Mubashirah and therefore above all adaab and etiquette. La hawla wa la quwwata illa billah. What is worse is when they start to decide for themselves what is Islamic adab and non Islamic adab. It is very important that we teach and emphasize etiquette to our youth. If any youth is not behaving in proper etiquette we should remove him from our majlis until he humbles himself and returns to proper Islamic etiquette. Hakeem ul Ummath didnt stress on any zikr fikr water fasting shaghl as much as he emphasized on Adaabul Moashirath and Husn e Moashirath, good and proper social conduct, and this is taken from his Adaabul Moshirat:
Nowadays adults (from a certain cultural background) think that kids must say salam to them first, and sometimes get angry when it doesn't happen. So they lose out on this sunnah of being the first to give salam. May Allah guide them and us.