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11-06-2007 @ 10:36 PM    Notify Admin about this post
Moselm المسلم (Masjidul Bayaan, NJ )
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Al-salaamu Alykum wa Rahmatu Allah wa Barakatu:

Someone PLEASE take this to the scholars to get it refuted quickly and post it to the site to try to undo some of the damage that they have already done!!!  This guy issued a fatwa to change a pillar of Islaam!  



A member of the scientific council of Istanbul University, Muhammad Nour Dughan, has issued a controversial fatwa or religious edict cutting Islamic prayer requirements from five to three times a day. The move has provoked widespread debate as well as opposition from orthodox imams or Muslim clerics.

Sharia law allows for the possibility of praying three times a day in case of sickness or travel.

The fatwa extends this option allowing Muslims to pray three times a day, especially when they are heavily committed with work or personal issues.

The Turkish debate echoes a similar one that has already taken place in Egypt where the fatwa has also drawn support.

Jamal al-Banna, brother of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hasan al-Banna, endorsed the Turkish move.

?Merging prayers has become a modern necessity,? he told the al-Arabiya website. ?In most cases, people do not always perform the five prayers on time due to the pressures of modern life.?

Al-Banna is often criticised for his modern interpretation of Islamic rules. He said the Prophet Mohammad himself had given followers this option that could be applied when prayers cannot be carried out in a given time.

A member of Egypt?s Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, Sheikh Youssef al-Badri, rejected the argument saying it was unacceptable to merge prayers unless it was due to travel, illness, rain or pilgrimage.

I will insha'allah try to get in touch with a Scholar tonight...  For the brothers who can bring this to the scholars more quickly, please, for the sake of Allah, do so.

..Unity with those who seek to poison, distort, or dilute the Sunnah with their innovations? NEVER

This message was edited by AbaBakr on 11-7-07 @ 8:05 PM

11-07-2007 @ 2:45 PM    Notify Admin about this post
unspecified ساجد (Mumbai (India))
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Wa alaykum as salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,

Here's the fatwa of Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih Al-'Uthaymeen rahimahullaah regarding being too lenient in combining prayers.

The Bohra(a Shia sect in India) have been praying just 3 times a day since many years if not decades or centuries. May Allaah guide them towards the Sunnah. Aameen.

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