On Thursday 1st Dū al-Qaʿdah 1440 (4th July 2019) our noble Shaykh Ḥasan ibn ʿAbdul Wahhāb al-Bannā (may Allāh preserve him) was asked about a salafī brother who continuously allows his wife to travel without a maḥram (the guardian required for travel in the Islāmic Legislation). The Shaykh elaborates about the lack of praiseworthy jealousy that this person possesses. He speaks about the honour of the woman in Islām and the jealousy that our beloved Messenger Muḥammad صلى الله عليه وعلى آله وسلم had for the women under his care, that every man should have. This is truly one of those defining injunctions of the Islamic Legislation that has been revealed to preserve the family structure and by extension a chaste and honourable society. May Allāh make us from those that have praiseworthy jealousy and protect us from blameworthy jealousy.
On Saturday 12th of Jumādá al-Ūlá, 1440 AH corresponding to 19th of January, 2019 CE, our noble teacher Ḥasan as-Ṣomālī offered a very concise yet beneficial exhortation for the Salafī Sisters’ Book Club at Masjid Ul Khalīfah, Trinidad, encouraging sisters across Trinidad and Tobago and elsewhere toward seeking knowledge of the religion. He brought some remarkable points from the ḥadīth wherein the Prophet (ṣallā llāhu ʿalayhi wa-sallam) set aside a specific time to teach the women. Indeed a morale- boosting encouragement by our teacher and elder. May Allāh reward him with the best in this life and the next.
The Salafī sisters in Trinidad sought advice via our weekly question and answer session with our noble Shaykh The Father Ḥasan ibn ʿAbdul Wahhāb al-Bannā (may Allāh preserve him) regarding starting a Qu’rān study group and book club. Our Shaykh gave some explicit instructions in sticking to authentic books and explanations of the Qu’rān; he then made some pertinent suggestions, one of which on the manner by which the sisters should test one another to maximize the benefit. Our Shaykh Ḥasan then graciously offered to handle all questions that arise in the group through Mpubs or through himself directly, may Allāh bless him and reward with abundant good for his time and efforts.
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Bismillaah wa -Alhamdulillaah wa Salaatu wa Salaam ‘alaa Rasulillaah ‘amma ba’d
Our brother and teacher Abu Hakeem Bilaal Ahmad Davis (May Allaah preserve him) has been conducting a weekly sister’s class for the sisters of Trinidad & Tobago and online. The class is broadcast throughout three salafi masaajid in Trinidad & Tobago Masjid Ibn ‘Abbaas, Tobago,and two masaajid in Trinidad, Masjid ul Khaleefah, Longdenville and Masjid us Sunnah, Barataria. This class started on Sunday 24th June, 2012 at 5:30pm EST (T&T Time)/ 10:30pm BST and continues every sunday inshaaAllaah.
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Bismillaah wa Alhumdulillaah wa Saalaatu wa Salaam ‘alaa Rasulillaah
Our noble Ustadh (Teacher), Abu Khadeejah Abdul-Wahid ‘Alam (May Allaah preserve him) from Salafi Publications in Birmingham delivered some very beautiful advices to our sisters, on two of his visits here to Trinidad & Tobago. Once in February 2011 after the seminar “Establishing An Upright Community” in Tobago and again in March 2012 after the seminar “The Methodology of The Men Who Changed The World”
A question was posed to the noble Shaykh ‘Abdul ‘Azeez al-Bura’ee (May Allaah preserve him) concerning aborting a child in pregnancy due to fear of poverty, which he expressed in detail the impermissibilty of this action in Islaam (Click Here to Listen to – Abortion Due to Fear of Poverty). The woman then followed up her enquiry by asking the ruling on putting the child up for adoption.
This series of questions include:
“Is it a condition for the adopted family to be relatives of the child?”
“Is it a condition for the apodted family to be Muslim?”