Shaking hands after salaat

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  1. huseyin

    huseyin Guest


    ıt ıs possıble sometımes not after every salat we shouldnt do it regularly. source:RADDUL MUKHTAR-İBNİ ABİDİN
  2. Aqdas

    Aqdas Staff Member

    who said that?
  3. huseyin

    huseyin Guest

    shaking hand

    ıt ıs bid'a to shake hand s after every salat(regularly)
  4. Awareless

    Awareless Guest

    Jazakumullah.... thank you very much for the reply. If there are any other refences, It would be much appreciated.

  5. abu nibras

    abu nibras Staff Member

    Jazakallah khair Br. Haroon for posting the full text. I have highlighted the relevant bit.

    abu nibras
  6. Haroon

    Haroon Guest


    i know this is slightly moving away from the orginal question, but i post it anyway:

    Shaikh ul-Islam al-`Izz ibn `Abdus-Salaam RH [d. 660/1262 AD] RH said of innovation:

    Bid`a is of five categories:

    a. Al-Waajiba: such as working with and documenting grammar so that by doing so one understands the word of Allah and His Messenger because preservation of the Shari`a is compulsory. And nothing comes by way of that except that it is given the pre-eminent position of being waajib. Therefore, things such as explaining the peculiarities of hadith, establishing and noting the foundations of fiqh and labouring to make the distinction between the sahih (authentic) and the saqim (rejected).

    b. Al-Muharrama: That which by its’ nature would contradict and conflict with the Sunna from the Qadariyyah, the Murji’a and the Mushabbiha.

    c. Al-Manduba: All things which are excellent that in their essence did not occur in the prophetic era, such as gathering in one group for Taraawih, building schools and centres for spiritual retreat, praiseworthy speech and explanation in Tasawwuf as well as establishing gatherings of debate, if the intent and aim of it is the Pleasure of Allah.

    d. Al-Mubaaha: This would include things such as shaking hands after the salaah of Fajr and Asr, having big banquets of food, drink and having large collections of clothes and very spacious houses.

    e. Al-Makruha: But there are some things of the above that are disliked or better to leave

    [Fath ul-Baari Bi-Sharh il-Bukhaari, V. 13, p. 268]
  7. abu nibras

    abu nibras Staff Member

    Sultân of the `Ulama `Izz Ibn `Abdus-Salâm says in al-Qawâid :

    Bid'a is of five types: [under which he states]

    3. Mubâh (Permissible); Like shaking hands after Fajr and Asr prayer and enjoying worldly pleasures like good food & drink, clothes & houses.....

  8. abu nibras

    abu nibras Staff Member

    wa`laikum assalam,

    I will try and look it up - inshallah - anyone else finds it before me then please post it - I also believe there was something from Imam Nawawi :ra: regarding its permissibility.

    I remember reading that it was mubaah.


    abu nibras
  9. Awareless

    Awareless Guest


    Does anyone have a fatwa of Ala Hadhrat (or other prominent Indo-Pak scholars) about shaking hands after the salaat? It is common practice in pakistani mosques.....


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