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O Son !

THE BOOK ‘O SON’ Al-hamdu lillâhi Rabbil ’âlamîn. Wa-s-salâtu wa-s-salâmu ’alâ Rasûlinâ Muhammadin wa Âlihi wa Sahbihi ajma’în. 1– O son! Collecting from books written by the scholars of the Hanafî Madhhab three hundred and sixty hadîth-i-sherîfs and forty-four khabars and also the seven essentials and the five rukns and the seven wâjibs and the fourteen sunnats and the twenty-five mustahabs and the fourteen mufsids of namâz, I have explained them for you. Adapt your acts and deeds to these teachings so that you attain fayz and nejât (salvation)! 2– Also for your information, I have collected a thousand and ninety âdâb (adabs) for you and for other young Muslims like you. If you adapt your actions and acts of worship to these teachings, they will be sufficient for you. If you laze, disobey Allâhu ta’âlâ and cease from these practices and manners, you will be afflicted with slavery and disgrace in the world and subjected to torment in the world to come. If you live up to them and advise your Muslim brothers to do the same, it will be useful for you. They will say blessings over you. And Haqq ta’âlâ will accept their invocations. For, a slave will be pardoned on account of another slave’s invocations for them.

O Son

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 23 O SON Compiled and written by Suleymân bin Jezâ’ Simplified Turkish version by Hüseyn Hilmi Işık English version by Hakîkat Kitâbevi First Edition Ha kî kat Ki tâ be vi Da rüş şe fe ka Cad. 53/A P.K.: 35 34083 Fa tih-IS TAN BUL/TURKEY Tel: 90.212.523 4556–532 5843 Fax: 90.212.523 3693 http://www.hakikatkitabevi.com e-mail: info@hakikatkitabevi.com OCTOBER-2015

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    elow (south of) the Equator, the ma

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    Mean Sun around mid-June and they w

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    ook Durr-i Yektâ. Declination of t

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    difference of time (represented by

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    of riyâdî time system. The riyâd

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    every evening. Every day, these clo

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    value of latitude increases, a pray

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    true solar time is converted to mea

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    and shortest daytimes is 352 minute

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    difference between the place in que

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    matter in your own and act in accor

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    Let us find the time of sunset in t

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    where Z 1 represents the angle comp

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    The ’asr thânî time of early af

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    Ahmad Ziyâ Bey wrote: “The ’ul

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    etween the point where the center o

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    time and 4:19 in standard time. Fro

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    the square root, for August 13 can

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    the namâz during that time. There

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    MORNING NAMÂZ 21- When you start p

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    times during the sajda, say, “All

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    anned from conducting namâz (in ja

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    the line (that you should be in)! I

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    thousand Names reserved only for Hi

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    without niyyat is impossible. If a

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    called) husn-i-dhan. Today, however

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    which occupies the leading position

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    category. Not all the namâzes that

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    sunnat namâzes, it is necessary to

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    In case of the final illness that e

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    end of each pair of rak’ats. Firs

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    person recites the Qur’ân al-ker

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    letters making up the word ‘fire

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    likeness of his voice. People who h

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    these acts worship: 1- Angels in th

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    not be taken along. It is makrûh t

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    disbelievers or only to stand up in

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    without changing it into a musical

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    announce the beginning of a prayer

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    voices reading (or reciting) the Qu

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    is not the human voice itself. It i

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    destination if he stays there short

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    ‘sall-Allâhu ’alaihi wa sallam

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    determined not by seeing, but by ca

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    Haqq ta’âlâ will say with His

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    knowledge will be like one who has

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    or divorces his wife, nursery, i.e.

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    power and who do not hear the truth

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    come to one’s heart. It emanates

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    Tawhîd means to say, “Lâ ilâha

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    GRACE of ALLAH (How to please Allah

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    hajjes (Muslims’ pilgrimages). If

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    not permissible, either, to cut off

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    VIRTUE of SAYING the IKHLÂS SÛRA

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    the Salawât-i-sherîfa a hundred t

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    orrower is a poor Muslim performing

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    orrowing money with fâiz. Nobody w

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    you have deposited in the bank. If

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    SAFEKEEPING of one’s BODY [A BLES

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    Tafsîr, which is in the Persian la

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ, and He will gra

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    hold a belief consistent with (the

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    mithqals, i.e. 7.2 grams. The nisâ

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    with respect to property and social

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    to make an ablution.” “Let a pe

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    dance or whirl. [1] These follies w

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    ZUHD and TAQWÂ 142- Always be in a

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    l-jamâ’ât; the Madhhab of Imâm

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    illness), or to receive (or to prov

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    Of all Believers (who will be sent

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    the other hand, it is farz-i-kifây

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    is the State’s business. It is co

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    of younger generations living in th

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    THE SILA-I-RAHM 155- If a person vi

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    a nikâh that has been performed ag

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    walî. A child or a non-Muslim can

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    the end of the chapter dealing with

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    show themselves to men who are nâ-

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    said to his wife, “I have divorce

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    marriages with) other women through

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    If a virginal girl’s body starts

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    neighbours means being in good term

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    ghusl has prompted some Islamic sch

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    still dark for the purpose of attai

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    ÂDÂB (How to Behave Properly) IN

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    Muslim is offering a meal, then eat

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    play the tambourine at a wedding pa

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    Learning should not be wasted for p

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    Our Prophet ‘sall-Allâhu ’alai

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    177- Before going to bed, read (or

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    after the third time! Then say, “

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    WOMEN’S PERIODS of HAID and NIFÂ

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    intervening days of purity will be

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    (scholarly) consensus on that the b

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    like the people of Lût (Lot) in th

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    “Quest for knowledge, be it in Ch

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    190- Never commit a sin! We do not

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    Muslims. They are people who do not

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    ’Arfaja, alone. As a matter of fa

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    there is no need to try to find out

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    in Durr-ul-mukhtâr and in Merâq-i

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    hanging down from the chin or to ma

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    wires, silver wires and gold ones a

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    Madhhab has to say the Fâtiha Sûr

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    of Madhhabs) on account of an eclec

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    fingers,) and to wash the skin unde

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    according to both qawls (scholarly

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    covering material sticks to the ski

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    the jamâ’at, as well as the imâ

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    Madhhab. Thereafter you say your pr

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    people who suffer from disasters an

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    celebrities such as Hadrat ’Uthm

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    to account (on the day of Judgment)

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    excerpt from its sixth page: “Yes

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    caliphates will not become an unbel

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    people or by lâ-madhhabî people a

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    harâm to consume the crop without

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    gold liras advertised in news paper

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    debt, nor will the rich person have

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    The book entitled Ihtiyâr renders

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    donation becomes what we call a pre

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    what he dispensed in a way that was

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    people and become the property of t

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    It is harâm to compose music eulog

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    ‘mansûkh’, ‘te’wîlî’ o

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    econcile the scientific exploration

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    A poor invalid man’s nafaqa will

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    another ’âdil Muslim says that t

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    HOW TO BE A TRUE MUSLIM The first p

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    An act of worship performed without

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    Maktûbât). [1] Fondness for the w

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    that Islam is the true religion so

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    immaculate and genuine îmân! Âmi

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    FIRST VOLUME, SIXTY-FIFTH LETTER My

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    effectiveness of causes comes from

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    Islamic scholars made divergent sta

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    FIRST VOLUME, TWO HUNDRED and SECON

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    elieves their statements will becom

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    mustahab times. When a qul (slave)

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    harmful things and commanded us to

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    to join (gods with Allâhu ta’âl

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    Salvation is only for those who are

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    Him not to make that choice, does t

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    Madhhab, a man’s awrat region cov

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    more than necessary mubâhs means n

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    chapter of the first fascicle of En

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    whereas it is necessary to say the

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    their nafses and aggravated their e

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    person who has digressed only as mu

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