al-Khutbatul-Haajah (The Sermon of Necessity). This is the khutbah which you hear the Imaam begin with on Jumu’ah and this is the Khutbah. Title: Khutbatul Hajah Shaykh Muhammad Nasir Ud Deen Al Albaani Www Islamicline Com, Author: way life, Length: 25 pages, Published: Full text of “Khutbatul Hajah The Sermon For Necessities” publication to this very day have begun to implement this khutbah in their lectures, sermons, books, .

Author: Arashicage Mazujind
Country: Sri Lanka
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Love
Published (Last): 14 March 2014
Pages: 477
PDF File Size: 11.43 Mb
ePub File Size: 20.66 Mb
ISBN: 200-8-32205-889-8
Downloads: 22556
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Guzilkree

Khutbatul Hajah The Sermon For Necessities

Anyone wishing to quote from this document must give credit to the publisher. I have referenced haajh in Irwaa-ul-Ghaleel, which is my referencing of the ahaadeeth in Manaar-us-Sabeel no.

Does this not fall under the saying of Allaah: So I said to him: From haiah aspects of teaching the Book, the Sunnah, Fiqh and admonishing and cautioning the people is to commence with this prophetically legislated khutbah sermon. The fourth addition can also be found in Ibn Maajah’s narration. And if he is someone else, then I am not aware of him.

Would you like to try it? Al-Haafidh Ibn Haj’r said about him in at-Taqreeb: And it has become clear to me now that if its chain of narration is in fact authentic, it would not be rejected on the grounds of the Prophet’s other statement, since he St is able to do that which we cannot. He also combined them in his book al-Asmaa was-Sifaat in the same manner reporting it from the path of Ibn Al- Mubaarak from Sutyaan. In this narration, there occurs the first addition as reported by all of those who collected the hadeeth, except for Ibn Maajah.


But this is given no consideration if it conflicts with the legislated khutbattul, and Allaah knows best. I bear witness 2 that there is no deity that has the right to 1 The words found in between the brackets are authentic additions from other narrations.

So this is one hajau the Prophet’s exclusive qualities and characteristics. Al-Ibaanah E-Books 22 www.

al-Khutbatul-Haajah (The Sermon of Necessity) | Islamic Treasure

The wisdom behind this differentiation is clear. Rather, it was made khutbautl order to teach a ruling. What An-Nawawee deemed to be weak here is really the correct view i. Al-lbaanah E-Books 20 www.

The chain of narration of this hadeeth is also authentic based on the standards of Muslim. However, that which is adhered to by the scholars of our time – those whom we reached and learned from as well as others – is opening their gatherings on Tafseer or Fiqh in the universities, schools and elsewhere with a different type of khutbah sermon This is why he M would say: Its narrators are Al-Ibaanah E-Books 13 www.

I alerted the preachers, admonishers, teachers and others about the great need of preserving it and opening their sermons, articles 1 1 This is from the speech of Shaikh-ul-Islaam Ibn Taimiyyah in a study he put together to clarify a tremendous and beneficial principle – as he himself stated – concerning this issue, which is the offer and the acceptance in transactions and abiding by them.


And whoever leaves behind a loss or a debt, then it is for me and upon me. This book was formatted and designed specifically for being placed free on the Internet.

Its narrators are Al-lbaanah E-Books 13 www. There also occurs the wording: This was after I researched its paths of narrations and wordings from the various books of the purified Sunnah. So its ruling varies with respect to the speakers and the audience.

al-Khutbatul-Haajah (The Sermon of Necessity)

Whoever obeys Allaah and His Messenger, has succeeded, whereas whoever disobeys the two of them, has deviated. However, the volume in which this collection is found does not exist in the Dhaahiree Library.

And he M would say: This second probability is weak.

The narrators of this chain are all reliable with the exception of Moosaa bin Muhammad Al-Ansaaree.