Rulings of the Sick Muslim Regarding the Purification, Prayer and the Fast By Shaikh al-Allaamah Abdul Aziz bin Abdillah bin Baaz
Author: Shaikh al-Allaamah Abdul Aziz bin Abdillah bin Baaz
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2008
About This Book:
In "Rulings of the Sick Muslim Regarding the Purification, Prayer, and the Fast," a famous Islamic scholar, Shaikh al-Allaamah Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Baaz, gives detailed and essential advice for Muslims who are ill or suffering health issues. While dealing with illness, this book provides clear and practical guidance on how to fulfill fundamental religious requirements such as purification, prayer, and fasting.
Key characteristics include:
Shaikh Abdul Aziz bin Baaz, a well-known Islamic scholar and jurist, provides authoritative guidance based on Islamic law (Fiqh) and Quranic principles. His knowledge adds credence to the book's content.
Addressing Real-Life Issues:
The book addresses the practical issues that sick Muslims experience, assisting them in navigating the complexity of performing their duties when ill with ease and clarity.
It gives a detailed treatment of the regulations and guidelines relating to purification (Taharah), prayer (Salah), and fasting (Sawm) for persons who are ill or handicapped.
Readers will discover practical solutions and alternatives that address the unique situations and requirements of sick people, allowing them to keep their faith and connection with Allah.
While the book is anchored in Islamic jurisprudence, it is written in a way that is understandable to a wide variety of readers, including those with varied levels of Islamic understanding.
Compassionate and supportive:
"Rulings of the Sick Muslim" emphasizes the significance of compassion and understanding within the Islamic community, asking members to support and aid those who are ill in meeting their religious requirements.