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A Palace in Jannah Everyday

A Palace in Jannah Everyday

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Rasulullah (
Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam
) said, ‘Whoever performs 12 Rakaats of Salaat in oneday excluding the Fardh Salaat, he will be granted a house in Jannah.’ (Sahih MuslimHadith1691)These 12 Rakaats have been specifically enumerated in another narration as: the 2 Rakaatsbefore Fajr, 4 Rakaats before Dhuhr, 2 Rakaats after Dhuhr, 2 Rakaats after Maghrib and 2Rakaats after Esha. (Sunan Tirmidhi Hadith415). This Hadith is authentic according to ImaamTirmidhi.On the day of Qiyaamat, if there be any deficiency in a person’s Fardh Salaat, his Nafl Salaatswill compensate for that. (Sunan Tirmidhi Hadith413) – Imaam Tirmidhi has classified thisnarration as sound.Therefore, utmost care should be taken in correcting and perfecting our Fardh Salaat byfulfilling all its requirements as well as by being particular of performing the Sunnah Salaat.The 2 Rakaat Sunnat before the Fardh of Fajr Salaat is the most emphasised Sunnah Salaat of the day (Bukhari Hadith1169, Sahih Muslim Hadith1683, Tahtaawi pg.212) SayyidatunaAaisha (Radhiallaahu Anha) reports that Rasulullah r said. ‘The 2 Rakaats before Fajr arebetter than the entire world and whatever it contains. (Sahih Muslim Hadith1685)Regarding the 4 Sunnats before Dhuhr, Rasulullah (
Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam
) mentionedthat the doors of the heavens open at that time (Sunan Tirmidhi) and if one follows it up with4 more Rakaats after the Fardh of Dhuhr (2 Sunnats and 2 Nafl - Fathul Qadeer vol.1 pg.387)Almighty Allah will protect him from Jahannum. (Sunan Tirmidhi Hadith427; Sahih ibnKhuzaymah Hadith1190)If a person performs 4 Rakaats before Asr Salaat, he will receive a house in Jannah.(Majmauz-Zawaaid vol.2 pg.222).Rasulullah (
Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam
) has made a special Du’aa for the mercy of Allah to beshowered on such a person. (Sunan Tirmidhi Hadith430; Sahih ibn Khuzaymah Hadith1193)Makhool (RA) reports that Rasulullah r said, ‘If the 2 Rakaats after Maghrib are performedbefore speaking, it will be lifted high into the heavens. (Al-Maraaseel of Imaam Abu DawudHadith73)If a person performs 4 Rakaats (2 Sunnats and 2 Nafl) after Esha in the Musjid, he will receivethe reward of performing these Salaats on Laylatul Qadr. This has been mentioned by variousSahaaba (
Radhiallaahu Anhum
) – refer al-Musannaf of Imaam ibn Abi Shaybah Hadith7347 -7353To perform Witr Salaat is compulsory. Rasulullah r said, ‘Whosoever does not perform WitrSalaat is not among us.’ (Al-Mustadrak vol.1 pg.305-306). Imaam Haakim has classified thisnarration as Sahih (authentic). (Ibid, also refer to Nasbul-Raayah vol.1 pg.112)
Bearing in mind the abovementioned virtues, every Musallee should endeavour toacquire these benefits by remaining steadfast on the Sunnah Salaats regardingwhich people are becoming increasingly lax and unmindful these days. Doing so willacquire one the love and assistance of Almighty Allah. (Sahih Bukhari Hadith6502)…
Can Muslims donate/transfuse blood?
It is permissible to donate and transfuse blood if:a) There is a desperate need to donate blood;b) There is no other alternative; andc) This has been prescribed by an expert medical practitioner. Thispermissibility is based on the principal of ‘necessity relaxes prohibition’.(Al-Ashbaah).However, the permissibility of blood donation and blood transfusion isdetermined by the following conditions:a) The donor willingly donates his blood. If he is compelled to do so, it willnot be permissible;b) There is no danger to his (the donor’s) life or health;c) If the doctor feels that the patient will lose his life and there is no other alternative but recourse of blood transfusion; andd) There is no fear of death but the recovery is not possible without bloodtransfusion.It is not permissible to sell one’s blood or to pay the blood donor. However,if one is in need of blood desperately and the only means to obtain theblood is to purchase it, then only will it be permissible to pay for the blood.NB. Blood donation and blood transfusion is not permissible for the sake of beautification or for any other reason other than genuine necessity.

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