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في دخول المنزل
(10.) Regarding Entering the House

Jâbir bin Abdullâh Radiyallâhu Anhumâ said, “I heard the Nabî Sallallâhu Alayhi wa Sallam say,

إذا دخل الرجل بيته، فذكر الله تعالى عند دخوله، وعند طعامه، قال الشيطان: لا مبيت لكم ولاعشاء، وإذا دخل فلم يذكر الله تعالى عند دخوله، قال الشيطان: أدركتم المبيت، وإذا لم يذكر الله تعالى عند طعامه قال: أدركتم المبيت والعشاء
“When a man enters his house and mentions Allâh Taâlâ upon entering and when (eating his) food, the Shaytân says (to his companions), “You have no place to spend the night and no evening meal”; but when he enters without remembering Allâh Taâlâ while entering, the Shaytân says (to his companions), “You have found a place to spend the night”; and when he does not remember Allâh Taâlâ upon (eating his) food, he says, “You have found a place to spend the night and an evening meal.” Recorded by Muslim.

Abű Mâlik al-Ash’arî Radiyallâhu Anh said that Rasűlullâh Sallallâhu Alayhi wa Sallam said,

إذا ولج الرجل بيته فليقل: اللهم إني أسألك خير المولج، وخير المخرج، بسم الله ولجنا، بسم الله خرجنا، وعلى الله ربنا توكلنا. ثم ليسلم على أهله
“When a man enters into his house he should say, “اللهم إني أسألك خير المولج، وخير المخرج، بسم الله ولجنا، بسم الله خرجنا، وعلى الله ربنا توكلنا (O Allâh, I ask You for the best entrance and the best exit. In the name of Allâh we have entered, in the name of Allâh we have came out, and in Allâh our Rabb (Lord) we have put our trust.)” Than he should greet his family.” Recorded by Abű Dâwűd.

Anas bin Mâlik Radiyallâhu Anh also said, “Rasűlullâh Sallallâhu Alayhi wa Sallam said to me,

يا بني إذا دخلت على أهلك فسلم يكن بركة عليك وعلى أهل بيتك
“O my little son! When you enter upon your family give Salâm (greetings, i.e. say “as-Salâmu Alaykum”) so that it may be a Barakah (blessing) upon you and your household.”” At-Tirmidhî said, “The Hadîth is Hasan Sahîh.”
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Khutbat’ul Hâjah (The Sermon of Necessity)1

إن الحمدَ لله نحمدُه ونستعينه ونستغفره، ونعوذُ بالله من شرور أنفُسِنا ومن سيئات أعمالنا، من يهده الله فلا مضلَّ له، ومن يُضلل فلا هادي له

وأشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وحده لا شريك له، وأشهد أن محمداً عبده ورسوله

يا أيها الذين آمنوا اتقوا الله حقَّ تقاته ولا .تموتنَّ إلا وأنتم مسلمون

يا أيها الناس اتقوا ربكم الذي خلقكم من نفسٍ واحدة وخلق منها زوجها وبث منهما رجالاً كثيراً ونساء واتقوا الله الذي تساءلون به والأرحام إن الله كان عليكم رقيباً

يا أيها الذين آمنوا اتقوا الله وقولوا قولاً سديداً يُصلح لكم أعمالكم ويغفر لكم ذنوبكم ومن يُطع الله ورسوله فقد فاز فوزاً عظيماً

فإن أصدق الحديث كلامُ الله، وخير الهدي هديُ محمد، وشرَّ الأمور محدثاتُها، وكل محدثةٍ بدعة، وكل بدعة ضلالة، وكل ضلالة في النار

أما بعد

“All thanks and praise is due to Allâh, we seek His help and forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allâh from the evil within ourselves and the consequences of our evil deeds. Whoever Allâh guides will never be led astray, and whoever Allâh leads astray will never find guidance.

I bear witness there is no -true- God -deserving to be worshiped- but Allâh, alone without any partners, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and His Messenger.

يا أيها الذين آمنوا اتقوا الله حقَّ تقاته ولا .تموتنَّ إلا وأنتم مسلمون
“O ye who believe! Fear Allâh as He should be feared and do not die except as Muslims in submission to Him.” (Âl-i Imrân 3/102);

يا أيها الناس اتقوا ربكم الذي خلقكم من نفسٍ واحدة وخلق منها زوجها وبث منهما رجالاً كثيراً ونساء واتقوا الله الذي تساءلون به والأرحام إن الله كان عليكم رقيباً
“O mankind! Fear your Guardian Lord, Who created you from one soul and created out of it his mate and from them twain scattered (like seeds) countless men and women. Fear Allâh, through Whom ye demand your mutual (rights), and (be heedful) the wombs (that bore you): for Allâh ever watches over you..” (an-Nisâ 4/1);

يا أيها الذين آمنوا اتقوا الله وقولوا قولاً سديداً يُصلح لكم أعمالكم ويغفر لكم ذنوبكم ومن يُطع الله ورسوله فقد فاز فوزاً عظيماً
“O you who believe! fear Allâh, and make your utterance straight forward. That He may make your conduct whole and sound, and forgive you your sins: He that obeys Allâh and His Messenger, has already attained the great victory..” (al-Ahzâb 33/70-71)

Verily, the most truthful speech is Kalâmullâh, the best guidance is the guidance of Muhammad (Sallallâhu Alayhi wa Sallam), and the worst affairs are newly invented matters. Every newly invented matter is a Bid’ah (religious innovation), and every Bid’ah is Dalâlah (misguidance), and every misguidance is in the (Hell)fire.

Ammâ ba’d (to proceed).”


1- This Du'â (prayer) that is well-known as “Khutbat’ul Hâ’jah (The Sermon of Necessity)” is recited by Rasűlullah (Sallallâhu Alayhi wa Sallam) during his Jumu’a Khutbah (Friday Sermon) and other occasions, it was also taught to the Sahabâh by Rasűlullah (Sallallâhu Alayhi wa Sallam). It was recorded by Tirmidhî, Abű Dâwűd, Nasâî, Abű Ya’la, Bayhaqî, Imâm Ahmad with a Sahîh (sound) Sanad (chain of narration) and some of it was narrated by Muslim. Shaykh’ul Islâm Ibnu Taymiyyah (Rahimahullâh) stated the following regarding it:

فَهَذِهِ الْخُطْبَةُ عِقْدُ نِظَامِ الْإِسْلَامِ وَالْإِيمَانِ
“This Khutbah is a knot between the Islâmic system and the Imân.” (Ibnu Taymiyyah, Majmű’ul Fatâwâ, 14/223)
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The Death of ‘Umar ibn al-Khattāb (radiyAllāhu ‘anhu)

Ibn ‘Umar (radiyAllāhu anhumā) said: “Umar was in my house after he was stabbed and he fell ill which led to his death. He said to me: ‘Put my cheek on the ground.’ I said: ‘You should not do that.’ He rested his head on my thigh and I said: ‘Shall I rest you on my lap or on the ground?’ I thought that it would harm him so I did not do it. He said: ‘Place my cheek on the ground here. Woe to me, my mother’s woe if my Lord does not have mercy on me.’

It was reported that when he was stabbed he was carried to his home and the people came to visit him and praise him. A young man came and said: ‘Glad tidings O leader of the believers, you have glad tidings from Allāh. For you accompanied Allāh’s Messenger (Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam), and you have put forth for Islām that which you know. Then you assumed authority and were just, and now you have attained martyrdom!’ ‘Umar (radiyAllāhu ‘anhu) replied: ‘I regarded that as being little, it is neither for me nor against me.’ Then he said: ‘O ‘Abdullāh Ibn ‘Umar, go to ‘Ā’ishah (radiyAllāhu ‘anhā), the mother of the believers and tell her that ‘Umar conveys salāms unto you, do not say “the leader of the believers” as this day I am not unto the believers a leader. Tell her that ‘Umar ibn al-Khattāb seeks your permission for him to be buried next to his companion [i.e. the Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam)].’ Ibn ‘Umar (radiyAllāhu ‘anhumā) went, conveyed the salām and sought her permission. He went to her home and found her sitting and weeping. Then Ibn Umar said: Umar conveys his salām unto you and he seeks permission to be buried next to his companion.’ ‘Ā’ishah (radiyAllāhu ‘anhā) said: ‘I wanted that place for myself, but this day I prefer him to have over than my own self.’ When ibn ‘Umar returned, ‘Umar asked him: ‘What happened?’ Ibn ‘Umar (radiyAllāhu ‘anhumā) said: ‘What you love O leader of the believers, she has granted permission.’ ‘Umar said: ‘All praise is due to Allāh, nothing was more beloved to me than that. When I die, carry my body [to the home of ‘Ā’ishah (radiyAllāhu ‘anhā), give greetings of peace and say: ‘‘Umar ibn al-Khattāb seeks permission’. If she grants permission for me then enter me, and if she refuses then return me to be buried in the grave yard of the Muslims.’

Muslim6 also solely reported in the hadīth of al-Miswar Ibn Makhramah: ‘Umar (radiyAllāhu ‘anhu) said: ‘By Allāh, if I had the earth in gold I would spend all of it so as to saved from Allāh’s punishment before I see him.’

In another report: ‘By Allāh, if I had that over which the sun rises and sets, I would spend all out of fear of the Creator.’

6- Rather Bukhārī in his Sahīh, vol.7, p.42. 1 did not see it in Sahīh Muslim!

Advice to the Ikhwân Regarding Clinging to Asl'ud Dîn1
Shaykh'ul Islâm Muhammad bin Abd'il Wahhâb Rahimahullâh
بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِ

So by Allâh, O Ikhwân (my brothers), cling to Asl'ud Dîn (the foundation of your Dîn), the first and the last of it, its foundation and its head: the testimony La Ilaha Illallâh (that none has the right to be worshiped except Allâh).

Know its meaning, love its people and make them your brothers -even if they are far away. And disbelieve in the Tawâghît (pl. of Tâghűt), have enmity towards them and hate those who love them, Jadal (argue) on their behalf, do not disbelieve in them or say: “I have nothing against them” or say: “Allâh has not made me responsible for them.” Then verily, they have forged a lie against Allâh, since Allâh has made them responsible and Fardh (obligated) them to disbelieve in them (i.e., the Tawâghît) and al-Barâ'ah (dissociate) themselves from them, even if they are their brothers or children.

So by Allâh o Ikhwân (my brothers), cling to this Asl'ud Dîn (the foundation of your Dîn) in order that you may meet your Rabb (Lord) without Shirk (associating) anything with (Allâh). O Allâh cause us to die as Muslims and join us with the righteous.

And we finish our discussion with an Âyah (verse) mentioned by Allâh in His Kitâb (Book i.e., Qur'ân), which will clarify to you that the Kufr of the Mushrikîn of our time is more severe than the Kufr of those whom Rasűlullâh Sallallâhu Alayhi wa Sallam fought. Allâh Taâlâ (the One free from all imperfections, the Most High) says:

وإذا مسكم الضر في البحر ضل من تدعون إلا إياه
“And when harm touches you upon the sea, those that you call upon besides Him vanish from you except Him (Allâh Alone).” (al-Isrâ 17/67)

So you have heard that Allâh Taâlâ has mentioned that when the Kuffâr were in distress they would abandon their leaders and al-Mashâyikh (pl. of Shaykh; scholars) do not call upon them and not seek help through them. Rather, they showed sincerity to Allâh alone, without associating any partners and Istighâthah (sought aid from Him) alone. However when relief and ease came, they would commit Shirk again. You can see that when the Mushrikîn of our times, some of whom claim to be Ahl'ul Ilm (people of knowledge), possessing Zuhd (asceticism) and Ijtihâd (striving hard), and Ubbâd (pl. of Âbid; worshipers) are in distress they begin to seek Istigâhthah (help) from other than Allâh like al-Ma'rűf or Abd'ul Qâdir al-Gaylânî or those greater than them like, Zayd Ibn'ul Khattâb Radiyallâhu Anh and az-Zubayr Radiyallâhu Anh  or those who are greater than them like Rasűlullâh Sallallâhu Alayhi wa Sallam, and Allâh'ul Musta'ân (help is sought from Allâh). And more severe and disastrous than this is the fact that they seek help from at-Tawâghît (pl. of Tâghűt); al-Kuffâr (the disbelievers) and al-Murtad (the apostates) like Shamsân, Idrîs (also called al-Ashqar), Yűsuf and their likes. Wallâhu A'lam (Allâh knows best)!..

Praise be to Allâh in the beginning and the end and may peace and blessing of Allâh be upon the best of creation, Muhammad, his family and his Companions."


1- Source: Tafsîru Kalimat'it Tawhîd (Explanation of the Kalimah of Tawhîd)
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