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New things introduced into Islam

Celebrating the Prophet’s birthday
Celebrating the Prophet’s birthday is absent from the Sunnah and the Pious Predecessors never did it.

Saying Ju’muaah Mubaarak
Is it permissible to greet each other saying, Ju’muaah Mubaarak?

Fasting some days as fasting the whole month
Fasting some days can not take the place of fasting the whole month.

Participating in Christmas with the Kuffaar
It is not permissible for the Muslim male or female to participate with the Christians, the Jews, or other than them from the disbelievers in their holidays.

Placing a grave in the Masjid
Placing a grave inside the Masjid is a means leading to Shirk (associating others with Allaah in His Divinity or worship).

Praying in or building a Masjid over a grave
It is impermissible to build Masjids over graves, or offer Salaah in a Masjid that was built over a grave or graves.

Travelling from one place to another to commemorate the birthdays of pious people
Such an act is Bid‘ah (innovation in religion) and was not done by the Messenger of Allaah (صلى الله عليه وسلم).

The vision attributed to the attendant of the Prophet's grave
This question is about some advice that came from Makkah, from Hajji `Abdullah ibn Mustafa...

Followers of the leaders of the groups of innovation
Regarding those people who follow the Imaams of bid’ah (innovation), then they are divided into two categories.

Depriving oneself of good foods without any justification
The criticism of whoever abstains, without an Islaamically legislated reason, from the foods which are tayyib.

Definition of fisq
Fisq according to the Legislation is to perform a major sin or to persist upon a lesser sin.

Saying Ju’muaah Mubaarak 2
What is the ruling on the statement Ju’muaah Mubaarak?

Bid`ah (innovation in the religion) classified into five categories?
The most evil of matters are their innovations and every Bid`ah is a misguidance.

Celebrating Mother’s Day
Is celebrating the festival known as Mother's Day permissible in Islaam?

When did the Mawlid first appear?
When did the innovation of the Mawlid first appear?

The origin of the Mawlid
The Mawlids were introduced in the fourth century after the Hijrah.

Al-Fatihah to have your needs fulfilled

It is not permissible for a Muslim to recite Al-Fatihah forty times to have some needs fulfilled. This is one of the newly-invented Bid`ahs (innovations in religion).

Valentine's Day

The clear-cut evidence from the Qur'aan and Sunnah, confirms that there are only two `Eids (festivals) in Islaam.

Manifesting joy during the night of `Ashoora

Many families prepare a special meal during the night of `Ashoora, what is the ruling concerning this meal?

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