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Visiting Family and Friends on Eid – Shaykh Muhammad bin Hadi al-Madkhali

Question: This [questioner] from Algeria asks: What is the ruling on specifying the day of Eid for visiting relatives and friends? Shaykh Muhammad bin Hādī al-Madkhalī: That is a good action and the relatives are most deserving of maintaining ties, because they are kinsfolk, they are more entitled than others [to this]. So start with(…)

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Saying “Kullu ‘aamin wa antum bi khayr” (Wishing you well every year) – Shaykh al-Albanee(rahimahullaah)

Saying “Kullu ‘aamin wa antum bi khayr” (Wishing you well every year) In the casette no. 323 of the series “Silsilah al-Hudaa wal-Nur”, Shaykh al-Albanee (rahimahullaah) – following a conversation at the end of which a person gave him the greeting, “Kullu ‘aamin wa antum bi khayr” (Wishing you well every year) – he said:(…)

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Eating the Meat Sacrificed by One who Does not Pray – Shaykh Muqbil ibn Haadee

Eating the Meat Sacrificed by One who Does not Pray The ‘Allaamah Muqbil ibn Haadee Al-Waadi’ee Question: My father is a man who does not pray. He sacrifices for us on the Day of ‘Eed. What is the ruling on this sacrifice when he slaughters or entrusts it to someone else? Answer: If he slaughters(…)

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