Definition of Hadhir/Nadhir

We, the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jammat, believe that the Prophet [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] is Haadhir and Nadhir, which simply put means that he views our actions and in this way we are presented to him. He [May Allah bless him and grant him


Tabarruk means blessed. In special terms, it means to obtain a blessing from the pious. This is permissible, but there are some people who say: to obtain a blessing from the pious or their possessions is not permissible and if one says it is permissi

Sighting of the Moon

Hadrat ibn-e-‘Umar reported that the Messenger of Allah has said, “Do not commence fasting (Ramadan) till you see the new moon, and do not cease fasting (perform Eid) till you see it. But if the weather is cloudy, or there is a smog in the sky(wh

The Necessity to Love the Beloved Prophet

Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala says in the Holy Qur’an قل إن كان آباؤكم وأبناؤكم وإخوانكم وأزواجكم وعشيرتكم وأموال اقترفتموها وتجارة تخشون كسادها ومساكن ترض

Manners of Visiting the Graves

Hadrat Buraidah Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu reported that the Messenger of Allah SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam said, “I forbade you to visit graves, but visit them.” [Sahih Muslim, Book on Funerals, Vol. 1, Page 314] Hadrat Ibn Mas’ud Radi Alla

The Excellence of Dua

Du‘a is the most powerful weapon of a believer. It can change fate, while no action of ours ever do. It is the essence of ‘Ibadah or worship. With it we can never fail; without it we can never succeed. With all the suffering and disasters Muslims

Friday Jumah Prayer

Hadrat Salman Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu reported that the Messenger of Allah has said, لا يغتسل رجل يوم الجمعة ، ويتطهر ما استطاع من طهر ، ويدهن من دهنه ، أو يمس من طيب بيته ثم

Terror Attacks in Manchester

Redhill Imam speaks out against the terror attacks in the Greater Manchester, Muslim Community has been saddened and horrified about the events that have unfolded recently, the unprovoked mindless attacks on innocent people. These are just some of th


Jama’at means congregation. When Muslims gather to offer prayers (Arabic – Salah) in the congregation, it is called Jama’at. It is led by the Imam and the rest follow him (called muqtadees); there is a great reward for offering prayer with


The Mode of Prayer (Salaat) for Women Prayer to be offered by women differs from that of men only in the practical manner of its offering and not in the spiritual sense. The Prayer times, the supplications, the number of prostrations, bows, etc., do