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The Creation Of The Heavens And The Earth by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The theories regarding the creation of the heavens and earth could be correct or false. 2) Allah made the heavens as a ceiling for the earth, and He created it very strong. 3) Heavens are sealed so Jinns cannot penetrate. 4) The meaning of ‘seven heavens, and seven earths’).
443
Those Who Must Fast by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Taking advantage of seasons of worship, and thanking Allah for grating them. 2) Some of the virtues of Ramadan. 3) Receiving Ramadan, and the ruling on fasting the day of doubt. 4) The obligation of fasting in Ramadan. 5) Those who are excused from fasting, and their rules. 6) Encouragement to perform Qiaam (night prayer) in Ramadan, and its etiquettes. 7) Things that nullify the fast, and the ruling on one who does any of it unintentionally. 8) Things allowed during fast. 9) Protecting ones fast from nullifiers, and things that would decrease the reward.
444
Hajj: Its obligation and conditions by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The obligation of performing Hajj (pilgrimage), and warning against neglecting it. 2) Conditions of Hajj: i. Puberty. ii. Ability. 3) The virtue of Hajj and its reward. 4) Representing someone in Hajj, or performing it on their behalf, and the ruling on earning money doing that.
451
Slips of the tongue, backbiting and talebearing by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The danger of the tongue. 2) The slips of the tongue. 3) Repulsiveness of lying, and its bad consequence in the hereafter. 4) Necessity of assuring authenticity of news before conveying it. 5) Warning against backbiting, and its punishment in this life and the hereafter. 6) The punishment in the grave of going about with calumnies, and the duty of Muslim towards such behavior.
472
The Beginning of a New Islamic Year by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) How and why the Islamic or Hijri Calendar came into existence. 2) The dangers of replacing the Hijri Calendar with the Gregorian Calendar. 3) The Inaccuracy of Gregorian dating and its modification by the Christians. 4) The ruling on celebrating the new Hijri year and congratulating one another on it. 5) How Muslims should receive their days and months.
477
Belief in the Divine Decree of Allaah (II) by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Believing in the Divine decree is one of the pillars of faith. 2) The pillars of believing in the Divine decree: a. Allaah has full knowledge of everything. b. Everything was recorded in the Preserved Tablet before creation. c. Whatever Allaah wills, will definitely occur and that the Might of Allaah is comprehensive and infinite. d. Allaah created reasons and means, and has connected them to results. 3) Man’s actions are the result of his own determination, choice and capability, which Allaah has endowed him with.
485
The rulings of Zakaat Al-Fitr by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The necessity of taking advantage of Ramadan, and making up what passed from it. 2) Acts of worship Allah prescribed at the end period of Ramadan. 3) Zakaat Al-Fitr and its rulings. 4) Takbir (saying Allah Akbar) and the Sunnah in reciting it. 5) The Salaah (prayer) of ‘Eid, its etiquettes, and its
490
The Islaamic Ruling on Smoking by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Making use of what Allah has made lawful, and abstaining from what He has prohibited. 2) The phenomenon of smoking. 3) The harm resulting from smoking: i. To the body. ii. To wealth. iii. To society. iv. To religion. 4) The responsibility of smokers and others.
493
Some of the Signs of Allah’s Omnipotence II by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Everything in the universe carries an evidence of Allah’s, perfect Lordship, Omnipotence, and Greatness. 2) The flow of clouds, and fall of rain. 3) The story of the Prophet’s (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) Imploration to Allah to send rain. 4) Rain is a bounty that deserves to be thanked verbally and physically.
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Zakaah on Produce by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) A reminder of the favors of Allaah. 2) What a person spends for the sake of Allaah is preserved. 3) Miserliness is one of the lower qualities of human nature. 4) Fear of poverty-whispering of Shaitaan. 5) Zakaah must be paid at the time of harvest. 6) Zakaah on plants, crops, and fruits, and how it is paid out. 7) Consciousness of Allaah when paying Zakaah- not giving the worst fruits for Zakaah.
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