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  • Abdul Wahid Osman Belal
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      ABDUL WAHID OSMAN BELAL
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      30 November 2012 / 16 Muharram 1434

      THINGS NOT PERMISSABLE IN A MOSQUE

      1. t is makruh [1] to lock the doors of a mosque. It is not makruh if there is a danger of thieves.
      2. It is permissible to walk through a mosque sometimes. But it is makruh to make it your regular route. It is not makruh if there is a good reason to do so.
      3. It is makruh to bring najasat [2] into a mosque. A person who has najasat on his person cannot enter a mosque.
      4. It is makruh to plaster a mosque with mortar or mud made with najs [3] water.
      5. It is haram (prohibited) to let mad people or small children who will bring najasat into a mosque enter the mosque. It is makruh if there is no danger of najasat.
      6. It is tahrimi makruh [4] to set up markets, to talk loudly, to make speeches, to quarrel, to take up arms, and to punish others in a mosque.
      7. It is makruh to enter a mosque with na’ls, i. e. shoes worn outdoors.
      8. It is haram to importune (for money) in a mosque.
      9. [5] for people without an excuse to listen to the Qur’an al-karim. It is sinful to begin reading the Qur’an al-karim loudly in a place where people are working, sleeping, performing salat or if there is someone preaching.
      10. It is makruh to eat something or to sleep in a mosque. A musafir (traveler) is exempted from this. When entering a mosque, a musafir must intend for I’tikaf and perform the salat [6] of tahiyyatulmasjid first. Thereafter he can eat and talk about worldly matters.
      11. Making a contract for buying and selling in a mosque is makruh. Yet it is mustahab to establish a contract for a nikah [7].
      12. It is tahrimi makruh to busy with worldly conversations instead of worshipping in a mosque.
      13. It is makruh to reserve a certain place for yourself in a mosque.

      GLOSSARY
      [1] makruh: (act, thing) improper, disliked and abstained by the Prophet (‘alaihi ‘s-salam); makruh tahrima: prohibited with much stress.
      [2] najasat: i) any kind of dirt, filth, that prevents one from performing namaz. ii) religiously impure thing.
      [3] najs: religiously impure thing.
      [4] makruh-tahrima: The omission of a wâjib (obligatory performance), and it is close to harâm (prohibited). It is a venial sin to do an act which has been declared to be makrûh tahrîmî.
      [5] fard kifaya: fard that must be done at least by one Muslim in a community.
      [6] salat: i) prayer; (with salam)= salawat; ii) ritual prayer of at least two rak’as; "namaz", in Persian; salat janaza: funeral prayer.
      [7] nikah: Islamic act of engagement for marriage.


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    • Abdul Wahid Osman Belal
        ABDUL WAHID OSMAN BELAL ... Making a contract for buying and selling in a mosque is makruh. Yet it is mustahab [10] to establish a contract for a nikah [11]
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        ABDUL WAHID OSMAN BELAL
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        22 July 2013 / 14 Ramadan 1434
        THINGS NOT PERMISSABLE IN A MOSQUE
        It is makruh [1] to lock the doors of a mosque. It is not makruh if there is a danger of thieves.

        It is permissible to walk through a mosque sometimes. But it is makruh to make it your regular route. It is not makruh if there is a good reason to do so.

        It is makruh to bring najasat [2] into a mosque. A person who has najasat on his person cannot enter a mosque.

        It is makruh to plaster a mosque with mortar or mud made with najs [3] water.

        It is haram [4] to let mad people or small children who will bring najasat into a mosque enter the mosque. It is makruh if there is no danger of najasat.

        It is tahrimi makruh [5] to set up markets, to talk loudly, to make speeches, to quarrel, to take up arms, and to punish others in a mosque.

        It is makruh to enter a mosque with na’ls, i. e. shoes worn outdoors.

        It is haram to importune (for money) in a mosque.

        It is fard-i kifaya [6] for people without an excuse to listen to the Qur’an al karim [7] . It is sinful to begin reading the Qur’an al karim loudly in a place where people are working, sleeping, performing salat or if there is someone preaching.

        It is makruh to eat something or to sleep in a mosque. A musafir (visitor) is exempted from this. When entering a mosque, a musafir must intend for I’tikaf [8] and perform the salat of tahiyyatulmasjid [9] first. Thereafter he can eat and talk about worldly matters. Making a contract for buying and selling in a mosque is makruh. Yet it is mustahab [10] to establish a contract for a nikah [11] .

        It is tahrimi mekruh to busy with worldly conversations instead of worshipping in a mosque.

        GLOSSARY
        [1] makruh: (act, thing) improper, disliked and abstained by the Prophet (‘alaihi ‘s-salam); makruh tahrima: prohibited with much stress.
        [2] najasat: i) any kind of dirt, filth, that prevents one from performing namaz. ii) religiously impure thing.
        [3] najs: religiously impure thing.
        [4] haram: an action, word or thought prohibited by Allahu ta’ala.
        [5] makruh-tahrima: The omission of a wâjib (obligatory performance), and it is close to harâm (prohibited). It is a venial sin to do an act which has been declared to be makrûh tahrîmî.
        [6] fard kifaya: fard that must be done at least by one Muslim in a community.
        [7] Qur’an al-karim: the Holy Koran.
        [8] i’tikaf: retreat, religious seclusion during Ramadan.
        [9] tahiyya: first prayer recited at the sitting posture in salat.
        [10] mustahab: (act, thing) deserving thawab if done but no sin if omitted, nor disbelief if disliked.
        [11] nikah: Islamic act of engagement for marriage.
        The most beloved thing to Allahu ta’ala, after fard deeds, is to make the heart of a Believer happy.
        Hadith-i sharif
        'One should carefully choose whom to love, and share the love accordingly'

        'What is important is whom you are with, not who you are.'

        'Kalam-i kibar, kibar-i kalamast.'
        (The words of the superiors are the superior words.)

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