Jun 22, 2022

TROID Islamic Academy: Boys Summer School

Boys Summer School 2022 TROID Islamic Academy This summer, the TROID Islamic Academy will be conducting a fun 4 week program for Muslim boys. Streams include Arabic, Qurʾān, ʿAqīdah, Fiqh and fun activities. Contact us today to learn more.  Limited Spaces Register Today Download the registration form and sign your boy up for the summer إن شاء الله.   Connect Your Child’s Heart to the Masjid Cultivate Your Child

Jun 9, 2022

The Effects of Sin

The Effects of Sin: Distancing Oneself from Allāh The Effects of Sin: Loneliness and Isolation The Effects of Sin: Finding Difficulty in Worldly Affairs The Effects of Sin: Prevention from Knowledge Acts of disobedience have ugly, blameworthy, and harmful side effects that extend to one’s heart, body, this worldly life and the hereafter; [the details] of which no one is fully aware of except for Allāh. Imām Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah [d. 751 AH] The Effects of Sin: Distancing Oneself from Allāh From them is loneliness that the sinner feels in his heart between himself and All…

Jun 8, 2022

The Disposition of the Salaf in Handling The People of Innovation

Shaykh Hammūd al-Tuwayjirī [d. 1413 AH] said: “Shaykh Ismāʿīl ibn ʿAbd al-Raḥmān al-Ṣābūnī said in [the book] ʿAqīdah Ahl al-Sunnah wal-Jamāʿah: ‘ They [Ahl al-Sunnah] stay far away from the people of innovation and misguidance, and take the companions of desire and innovation as enemies. They hate the companions of innovation who have attempted to add to this religion that which is not from it. They do not have love for them, neither do they take them as companions, or hear their words, or sit with them, or argue with them concerning the dīn, or debate with them. [Rather], they prefer to m…

Jun 6, 2022

The Ruling on the Vocalising Intentions for Acts of Worship

Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah (d. 728 AH) said: “There is a party among the scholars of Kūfah who hold the opinion that vocalising the intention is mustaḥabb (recommended) for a person who is performing wuḍū’, ghusl, [about to] pray, or carry out any other act of worship. They claim that vocalising intentions for these acts of worship is stronger than merely an intention an individual holds in his mind. However, there are no scholars who have ruled the vocalisation of intentions to be wājib. Rather, the scholars of Madīnah have not [even] given it a ruling of mustaḥabb. Their [opinion] is c…

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