Innovations in Religion and Worship

76413 - Reciting al-Faatihah when getting engaged 148053 - Ruling on celebrating the birthday of the Messenger (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) without any singing or other haraam things 126367 - The bid‘ah (innovation) of encouraging billions of salawaat upon the Messenger of Allah on the occasion of the Mawlid (Prophet’s Birthday) 219307 - Celebrating the Mawlid is a legitimate act of worship according to those who regard it as mustahabb 125690 - How should he deal with his family who celebrate the Prophet’s birthday (Mawlid) and make comments about him because he does not join them? 178136 - Why do the Muslims not celebrate the birthday of ‘Eesa (Jesus – peace be upon him) as they celebrate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him)? 115148 - Celebrating special occasions and festivals – what is permissible and what is not? 224579 - He claims to have a hair of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) and he wants to build a mosque in which to preserve it! 218026 - Should they pray behind someone who says that Allah is everywhere? 120181 - Ruling on standing for a minute’s silence in mourning for a man who has died 176046 - Can we say “the Holy Qur’an”? 213243 - Ruling on congratulating one’s mother on her birthday 210286 - Is delivering the Eid khutbah from the minbar an innovation? 192967 - The “Darood Taaj” format of sending blessings upon the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) is fabricated and reprehensible 139822 - Comment on the publication “Thirty supplications (du‘aa’s) for the thirty days of Ramadan” 190881 - Ruling on offering supplication in unison in the mosque after completing the Qur’an in Taraweeh prayer 148358 - Ruling on applying the rules of tajweed to words other than the Qur’an 49678 - Does Allaah come down to the first heaven on the night of the fifteenth of Sha’baan? 8907 - Laylat al-Nusf min Sha’baan (the middle of Sha’baan) should not be singled out for worship 60288 - Celebrating the night of the Isra’ and Mi’raaj