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 Home Page : Listing of Khutbahs and Articles on the Summer Vaccation
The summer season is a blessed one, during which people harvest what they have sowed and those who worked hard get the fruits of their efforts.

Weddings, celebrations, shopping, and travel increase during this season, and in many cases these activities are accompanied with many evil practices and sins which people commit due to their ignorance of the Islamic rulings, or their weakness in faith.

Therefore, the time has come for the 'Knights of Alminbar' and the Khateebs of the Muslim nation to teach the Muslims all that is related to travel, its rulings, wisdoms and etiquettes. They must also guide them to the proper way of utilising their time in ways which please Allaah, and clarify to them the Islamic guidelines that they must remain within when holding weddings. Also, they must warn against the grave consequences of the evil practices during weddings and while in markets and shopping malls, as well as warning the Muslims against imitating he disbelievers in their holiday practices.

The following is a list of the khutbahs and articles on the Summer Vaccation. If there is a particular khutbah you are looking for, then please use the detailed search page.

 No. of khutbahs available: 20
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The Situation Of The Ummah -Causes & Cures by 'Ali al-Huthaifie
Summary: 1) The divine and constant way of Allaah. 2) Recompense corresponds to deeds. 3) Utilizing means and resources. 4) The divine and constant way of Allaah in testing people. 5) The situation of the believer fluctuates between gratitude and perseverance. 6) Disbelievers are ungrateful and discontent. 7) Analysing the reasons behind the humility of the Muslim Ummah. 8) The way out from the miserable situation of Muslims. 9) Sins are reasons for destruction of nations. 10) The obligation of unity, and dispraising disunity. 11) Islaam preserves the lawful rights of none Muslims.
The Obligation of differing from the Disbelievers by Saalih bin Fawzaan al-Fawzaan
Summary: 1) Islaam comprehensively covers all aspects of this life and the hereafter. 2) The meaning of the verse, which translates as: “Guide us to the straight path...” 3) This verse calls to adhere of Sunnah of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam and differing from the disbelievers. 4) The command to differ from the disbelievers, warning against following their ways and the wisdom behind that. 5) Examples of imitating the disbelievers.
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
Islamic Legislation on Drugs by 'Abdullah Hameed ad-Daghistaani
Summary: 1) The five essentials that Islam came to protect and preserve. 2) The evidence of the prohibition of all the different types of drugs. 3) The opinions of scholars regarding the prohibition of drugs.
Islaam, between the enemies' plans & the Muslim’s Betrayal by Abou Sunainah
Summary: 1) Encouraging adherence to the Sunnah. 2) The pathetic state of the Muslims and how their enemies conspire against them. 3) The great sacrifices of the Sahaabah for Islaam. 4) The grave dangers awaiting the Muslims when they turn away from Islaam. 5) The way out of all hardships is to return to Islaam. 6) A new evil Israeli plan. 7) The enmity of the USA, the UK and Russia against Islaam and the Muslims. 8) The betrayal of the Muslims in failing to support Palestine.
Good Conduct by 'Ali al-Huthaifie
Summary: 1) The objectives of Islaam. 2) The virtues of good conduct. 3) The definition of good conduct and some of its characteristics. 4) The good conduct of disbelievers. 5) Allaah and His Messenger sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam command us to have good conduct. 6) Indications of ones good conduct. 7) Indications of ones bad conduct 8) The fine conduct of our Salaf (righteous predecessors). 9) The exemplary conduct of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam, and his teaching of this to his nation. 10) The difference between using ones wisdom and sacrificing ones principles. 11) That which causes people to enter Paradise and Hell the most.
Muslim’s Position Towards Western Civilization by Salaah al-Budair
Summary: 1) The reality of western civilization. 2) Western civilization has no spirit (materialistic). 3) Western civilization has more harm to it than benefit. 4) The eagerness of the west to dissolve Muslim’s identity. 5) The west utilizes their civilization to attack Islaam, and to finish Muslims. 6) Islaam calls for taking advantage of anything beneficial, and refuse anything evil.
Conditions for Victory, Reasons for Defeat by Waleed al-Miniesie
Summary: 1) Conditions for victory and reasons for defeat. 2) The miserable predicament of the contemporary Muslims. 3) Muslim rulers and leaders will behave towards their subjects as they behave towards Allaah. 4) A severe warning against discarding prayer.
The Importance of Recreation & It’s Precepts by 'Abdul Baarie ath-Thubaitie
Summary: 1) Comprehensiveness of Islaam. 2) Benefits of Entertainment. 3) Misconception regarding entertainment. 4) Entertainment according to the Salaf. 5) The corruption in present time entertainment. 6) The limits for allowed entertainment in Islaam. 7) The humor of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam . 8) Humor does not contradict servitude. 9) The problem resulting from free time, and how to utilize it.
The Evil during Summer Vacations by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) The importance of addressing the event of summer vacations. 2) The necessity of summer vacations. 3) The importance that Islaam has given to this period. 4) How do we entertain, and how far does entertainment go? 5) Immoral practices during vacations: • Shifting the days into night and vice versa. • Satellite and Cable TV, the evil during weddings and other occasions. • The evil effects of the media. • Travelling to the countries of non-believers. 6) The importance of time in the life of a Muslim.
Advice regarding Holidays by Muhammad al-Qarnie
Summary: 1) Qur’aanic praise of the Muslim nation. 2) The Prophets of Allaah cursed the children of Israel due to their failure to enjoin good and forbid evil. 3) The obligation of giving importance to the issue of enjoining good and forbidding evil, especially during holidays. 4) Vacations should be seasons for competing in the performance of virtuous deeds. 5) The various types of characters that one witnesses during holidays. 6) Advice regarding holidays. 7) A reminder that one must take from their rapidly vanishing life.
When will your heedlessness end? by 'Umar as-Subayyil
Summary: 1) This life is temporary and the Hereafter is the everlasting abode. 2) The ill-effects of loving and favouring this life. 3) The indicators of love of this life. 4) Seeking wealth and position even through unlawful means. 5) The role of the media in intensifying this phenomenon. 6) The reason behind the humiliation of the Muslim Ummah at the present time. 7) The reality of death and the Day of Judgment should be enough to deter us from the love of this life.
Advises For The Times Of Trial by Salaah al-Budair
Summary: 1) The virtues of Islaam. 2) The future belongs to Islaam. 3) Muslims are in great need for self-accountability. 4) Muslims need to return to the Book (Qur’aan) and Sunnah. 5) The obligation of supporting our fellow Muslims. 6) The implications of the Islamic bound. 7) The sanctity of Muslims. 8) The hardships of Muslims at the present time. 9) The crimes of the Jews in Palestine. 10) Conditions for victory.
Real Manhood by 'Abdul Baarie ath-Thubaitie
Summary: 1) The meaning of the word man linguistically. 2) The meaning of the word man in the Qur’aan. 3) The manhood of ‘Umar may Allaah be pleased with him. 4) Describing real manhood. 5) Real men. 6) The danger of changing ones nature. 7) The danger of western educational methods 8) The children of Palestine. 9) The west is ignoring the crimes of the Jews. 10) The duty of Muslims towards Al Quds (Jerusalem).
Manhood – The Wish of ‘Umar by Maajid Al-Fariyaan
Summary: 1) ‘Umar wishes for men like Abu ‘Ubaydah 2) Unique models for manhood. 3) The true meaning of manhood. 4) Two examples of manhood from history. 5) How to instil the qualities of manhood into our children’s personalities.
Paying Visits And Its Etiquette by 'Abdul Baarie ath-Thubaitie
Summary: 1) The virtue of dealing with people and bearing their harm. 2) Visitation is a means of mixing with people. 3) Types of visitations. 4) The virtue of visiting for the sake of Allaah. 5) Visiting the graves.
Forbidding Music by Salaah al-Budair
Summary: 1) Happiness is in the religion of Allaah. 2) Listing to music prevailed. 3) Music includes much evil. 4) Evidences for forbidding music. 5) The spread music causes the wrath of Allaah. 6) What does music involve. 7) The bounty of hearing. 8) Propagating music and honoring singers is a crime. 9) The painful reality of the Muslim Ummah. 10) Singing is allowed in weddings (with out musical instruments). 11) Prohebitions that happen in weddings.
Who should be ones friend? by 'Umar as-Subayyil
Summary: 1) Man is affected by those whom he associates with. 2) Prophetic ahadeeth encouraging Muslims to choose good associates. 3) The characteristics of good associates. 4) The characteristics of evil associates. 5) All friendships will lead to regret except those which were based on righteousness. 6) An evil associate is one of the main reasons for going astray. 7) The stance of preachers and people of knowledge towards corruption.
The Prohibition Of Songs by Mansour al-Ghaamidie
Summary: 1) The nature of the battle between mankind and Shaytaan (Satan). 2) Musical instruments and singing are tools of deception used by Shaytaan. 3) The ruling on singing and musical instruments, its corruption, and the pitfalls that songs and musical instruments can lead to.
Why travel? by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) A call to pilgrims to be obedient to Allah. 2) The praising and dispraising of traveling. 3) The bounty of having different and easy means of travel - should be appreciated. 4) Benefits of traveling. 5) Committing Shirk (association of partners with Allah). 6) A Muslim is optimistic and not pessimistic. 7) Some etiquettes of traveling.
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