Health


Shaykh Bin Baaz on Sisters Exercising

Question: The questioner asks about the ruling on young ladies exercising? Answer: Exercise varies; it is a general word. Exercising amongst the girls with something that does not oppose the pure legislation; by way of an abundance of walking in a place specific to them in which men will not mix with them or men(…)

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Permissibility of performing Ruqyah on a disbeliever (Kafir) – Shaykh Rabee

Question: Is it permissible to perform ruqyah on a disbeliever? Answer by Shaykh Rabee (hafidhahullaah): It is permissible. Abu Sa’eed (radhi Allaahu anhu), performed ruqyah on a disbeliever when he went out with a military detachment and passed by a group of people by a well whom they asked permission to be hosted but this(…)

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Nutritious Drink from Sunnah

The following post Shared by Ustadh Abu Khadeejah on whatsapp group. Kindly note that Abu Khadeejah (hafidhahullaah) is not the author of this article. Nabeez’[Nabidh] was one of the drinks consumed by the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). In his time, it was typically made with dates or raisins and water. It is an alkalizing tonic, having(…)

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Advice on Sisters Exercising and Working Out – Shaykh Muqbil ibn Haadee

Question: What is the legislative ruling on the woman who exercises, whether within her home or outside of her home?  Answer: If it is within the home then there is no harm; rather, we advise with this. If she has work to do then her work takes more precedence. Meaning, work in the service of(…)

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2/2 From the Fountains of Imam Ahmad – Shaykh Saalih ibn Abdul-Azeez Aal us-Shaykh

Uploaded by ahlulsunnahwaljammah on 27 Jan 2012 From the Fountains of Imam Ahmad (d.241AH) Shaykh Saalih ibn Abdul-Azeez Aal us-Shaykh: Translation: Moosaa Richardson http://www.bakkah.net/en/benefits-from-the-life-and-works-of-imam-ahmad-index… Some the issues discussed in this video are: Memorizing the Quran Seeking Knowledge until Death Seeking Safety and Good Health When Supplicating The Effect of Knowledge on One’s Writings Humbling Oneself(…)

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Ruqyah (Reciting Qur’an and Saying Supplications Over The Sick Seeking Healing) – Way Of Doing It – Permanent Committee

Reciting Surah Al-Ikhlas, Al-Mu`awwidhatayn, and Al-Fatihah as a cure for illness Fatwa no. 446 : Q: Is it lawful or not to recite Surah Al-Ikhlas, Al- Mu‘awwidhatayn (Surahs Al-Falaq and Al-Nas) and Al-Fatihah for the purpose of seeking healing? Did the Messenger (peace be upon him) or the Salaf (righteous predecessors) do so? Please, enlighten(…)

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The sick individual prays, if his clothes contain defilements and he is not able to clean them

The Sheikh, Muhammad ibn Saalih al-Uthaymeen -rahimahullah- while mentioning the dangers of speaking without knowledge, said: There are many examples to illustrate (the dangers of) giving religious verdicts (fatwa) without knowledge.  From them: The verdict that a sick person, if his clothes become defiled and he is not able to clean them, he is informed(…)

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When Sick…

Bismillaah Al-Hamdulillaah wa salatu wa salaamu ‘ala rasulullaah Amma ba’d When Sick… Shaikh Hassan al-Banna (hafidhahullaah) told us during his trip to America a few years ago: quote: When sick: 1- Seek forgiveness from Allaah (alone) 2- Give Sadaqah, as legislated 3- Ask Allaah (alone) to cure you 4- Seek the means by going to(…)

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Allaah Has Combined All of Medicine (at-Tibb) in One Verse of the Qur’aan

All praise is due to Allaah and may the prayers and salutations be upon His Messenger, to proceed: Allaah the Most High said, “…And eat and drink and be not excessive (therein)…” (al-A’raaf 7:31) Ibn Katheer commented upon this verse: One of the Salaf said: Allaah has combined the entirety of medicine (at-tibb) in half(…)

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