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ولُ* *اللَّهِ* ، *وَإِقَامِ* *الصَّلَاةِ* , *وَإِيتَاءِ* *الزَّكَاةِ، وَالْحَجِّ، وَصَوْمِ رَمَضَانَ “.*
Islam has been built on five [pillars]: testifying that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, establishing the salah (prayer), paying the zakat (obligatory charity), making the hajj (pilgrimage) to the House, and fasting in Ramadhan.”
1. The Hadith teaches us that Islam was built on five pillars.
2. It also teachs that one must has faith before any other ibadah.
1. Imam bukhari(Muhammad ibn Ismail)
2. Imam Muslim (abul-husayn ibn al-hajjaj)
3. Imam Abu dawud
4. Imam tirmidhi(Abu Isa Muhammad ibn Isa ibn sarwa shaddad
5. Ibn majah
Baadi simply means the SUJUD we make after SALAM when one mistakenly add an obligatory parts during salat.
When on salat we may simply mistakenly add or omit something to our prayers during salaat.
These are two confusing aspect of the deen, how to correct these mistakes deserve a thorough explanation which by the grace of Allah, I will try to explain to the best of my knowledge.
When an obligatory parts such as: sujud, rukuh, rakat etc, this means the the salat has been added to what is expected of the observer. This is term as “BAADI”.
1. Belief in Allah
2. Belief I. Allah’s Angels
3. Belief in revealed books
4. Belief in Allah’s prophets
5. Belief in the Last Day
6. Belief in Destiny (good or bad)
(i) Imam bukhari(Muhammad ibn Ismail)
(ii) Imam Muslim (abul-husayn ibn al-hajjaj)
(iii) Imam Abu dawud
(iv) Imam tirmidhi(Abu Isa Muhammad ibn Isa ibn sarwa shaddad
(v) Ibn majah
Imam Mohammed Al-Bukhari is considered as one of the most distinguished scholars of Hadith in Islamic history. His book Sahih al-Bukhari, in which the Prophet’s words, actions, or habits were collected, is one of the greatest sources of the prophetic influence in history. His full name is Abu Abdullah Mohamed bin Ismail Al-Bukhari and was born in 194 AH (8100 AD) in Bukhara, one of the present cities of Uzbekistan. His father died when he was young, and he was raised as an orphan by his mother, who educated him well and had a role in sharpening his love and passion for science.
As a child, he had a disease in his eyes which led to fears of losing his eyesight, but he was cured. He was highly intelligent as a child and had strong memory, one of the qualities that helped him later in the collection of the Prophet’s words and actions (Ahadiths). During his youth he memorized the Holy Quran and learned the basics of religion. He had memorized thousands of Ahadiths while he was still a young boy. Bukhara’s atmosphere, which was then one of the centers of science, also helped him. He attended the meetings with scientists and religious scholars frequently.