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The Evil consequences of Lying by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Describing truthfulness with Allaah and His servants, and how to achieve this 2) The virtue of truthfulness, the reasons behind it, and the exalted rank of the truthful 3) A warning against dishonesty in worship and how this occurs 4) The dangers of lying, a warning against slighting it, and the debased rank of the liars 5) A warning against lying to children, and to entertain others 6) Lying and remising teachings of Islaam drives people away from becoming Muslim
Highlighting some Fallacies regarding Hajj by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) A call to learn and understand Islaam and its rulings. 2) There is no connection between Hajj and Aqeeqah (i.e., the sacrificial slaughter and ceremony for welcoming a newborn Muslim). 3) It is not prohibited to cut down tress other than those within the Haram area (Makkah, Madinah). 4) Kissing the black stone and overcrowding around it. 5) Circumambulation behind the station of Ibraaheem. 6) The two Rak’ahs of prayer after Tawaaf. 7) Stopping Tawaaf due to prayer, or for other reasons and then continuing. 8) The Ihraam of a menstruating woman or one who has puerperal bleeding.
Actions that nullify Ihraam by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1. The merit of fearing Allaah and glorifying His rituals. 2. Hajj and ‘Umrah are of the rites of Allaah and must be glorified. 3. Prohibitions of Ihraam (state of pilgrim while performing Hajj or ‘Umrah): i. Shaving or cutting hair (and its rulings). ii. Trimming the nails. iii. Wearing perfume. iv. Sexual intercourse (and related issues). v. Marriage. vi. Wearing gloves. vii. Wearing trousers or other tailored clothes for men. viii. Covering the head for men. 4. Women must cover their faces in front of strange, non-related men. 5. Issues related to Ihraam.
Hajj, 'Umrah & Prohibited acts in Ihraam by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Description of Hajj (major pilgrimage) and the rituals of each day. 2) Glorifiying the commandments of Allaah. 3) Refraining from prohibitions that affect Hajj. 4) Prohibited acts during Ihraam (state of a pilgrim in which he performs Hajj or ‘Umrah)
Hajj and 'Umrah Described by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) In preparation of performing Hajj (major pilgrimage). 2) Warning against exaggeration, inadequacy and negligence (in rituals). 3) The obligation of maintaining Tahaarah (purity) and observing Salaah (prayers) and all other duties in Hajj. 4) Some rules of Salaah and Tahaarah while traveling. 5) The virtue of having good manners. 6) Etiquettes of Ihraam (state of pilgrim while performing Hajj or ‘Umrah) and the description of Tawaaf (circumambulation of the Ka’bah) and Sa’i (walking between Safa and Marwah). 7) Rites during and after Hajj.
Al-Udhiyah (The sacrificial animal slaughtered during 'Eed Al-Adha) by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The obligation of fearing Allaah and thanking Him for legislating the ritual of sacrificing an animal. 2) Slaughtering Udhiyah (sacrificial animal) is better than donating its monetary value. 3) Some rules of offering Udhiyah and its Sunnahs. 4) What suffices as Udhiyah and defects that make it unacceptable. 5) Issues related to Udhiyah.
Laylat Al-Qadr (The Night of Revelation) by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Warning against not taking advantage of seasons of blessings, like Ramadhaan 2) The necessity of making up for the shortcomings of the past by repentance, regret, and performance of good deeds, especially in the last ten days of Ramadhaan 3) The great bounty and favor from Allaah upon His servants by responding to their supplications, and the Nuzool Al-Ilaahi (the descending of Allaah to the heaven of the earth, in a way most fitting to His Majesty). 4) The virtues of Laylat Al-Qadr (Night of Revelation), its time, and the wisdom behind concealing its precise time. 5) Acts of worship during these nights, and the etiquettes of Qiyaam (night prayer).
The Evil of Intoxicants and a Warning against them by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The need to be grateful to Allaah for what He made lawful, and how to show this 2) Evidences from the Qur’aan, Sunnah, and the consensus of Islaamic scholars for the prohibition of Khamr, or intoxicants, and the curse of Allaah on those who consume them 3) Defining Khamr, and mentioning its harm in this life and the Hereafter: a. How it prevents one from the remembrance of Allaah and prayer b. The painful torment for one who drinks it c. How it damages the stomach, and causes many other diseases d. How it causes enmity and destroys morality e. How it squanders one's money 4) The punishment of those who consume Khamr, and the prohibition of Hashish
Some Signs of the Universe by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The Signs of Allaah are proof of His Oneness. 2) The creation of the heavens and earth, and the dazzling signs they contain, lead us to acknowledge the ability and faculty of Allaah. 3) Mention of the signs of the day and night, the sun and moon, stars and galaxies. 4) This universe must have a creator.
Encouragement to Seek Knowledge and Act upon It by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Encouragement to seek knowledge, and clarification of its virtue in life and after death. 2) The duty of students in the course of studying. 3) The preparation for the new school year. 4) The importance of practicing what you learn. 5) The duty and responsibility of teachers.
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