gengis wrote:The night of the Emancipation, this Holy Night occurs on the 15th of Sha’ban. It is during this great month that Allah Almighty takes the account of His creation. This month should not go unnoticed. The Holy Prophet (may Peace and Blessings be upon him) would fast most of this month and after sunset on Laylat al-Bara’at. If there is anyone who seeks forgiveness or if there is anyone who is in need or if there is anyone in pain and seeks help the time between sunset and sunrise on the Night of the Emancipation is recommended to ask for forgiveness; provision; healing and help. Shaykh Abdul-Kerim Efendi has said, “When the days are approaching for the night of Berat (night of calculations, accounting night) spend that night in worshiping to your Lord and spend the day in fasting. Then you will find Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) forgiving you and forgiving your sins.”
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SnakeXT wrote:Also those who don't believe in it should stay quiet. Why make it known you don't believe it? To discourage others from not doing it?
saqib7 wrote:So I don't believe you should drink and kill people, therefore that gives me right to be quite and let it be!
According to the very words of Imam al-Nawawi, “The ulema have said, both the fuqaha, the hadith experts and others is that it is permitted, rather recommended to act in virtuous deeds, in acts of exhortation and warning [f. when you encourage something or warn against it]. It is permitted to act upon weak hadith as long as they are not fabricated”.
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