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He said that the one who placed it must remove it so that his sin will not overtake him

His Eminence, the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Chairman of the Council of Senior Scholars, General President of Scholarly Research and Ifta’, Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al Al-Sheikh, explained that placing a lamp on the minaret of the mosque to indicate that prayer has been established has no basis in Sharia, and it is “an innovation.”

His Eminence said in an answer to a question about the permissibility of placing a lamp above the minaret to indicate that prayer was held instead of the speakers: “Know – may God guide you to the path of truth – that mosques are the houses of God, and they are the best places on earth. The Almighty said: {In houses that God has permitted to be raised up and in which His name is mentioned, in which He is glorified and glorified in the morning and in the morning and in peace, and in which they are purified and the affairs of the Muslims are fulfilled.

The Prophet – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – took care of that, and made it clear to his ummah to follow his method and be guided by his guidance. His rightly-guided caliphs and the ancestor of the nation have followed this path until our time. A person may be keen on doing good, but he takes a path that leads him to innovation in religion without realizing it. Ibn Masoud – may God be pleased with him – went out to a circle in the mosque and said: “What is this that I see you doing?” They said: “Oh, Abu Abd al-Rahman, we count pebbles with which we promise takbeer, utterance and glorification.” He said: “Count your bad deeds, for I guarantee that you will not Something of your good deeds is lost.

And judge, O nation of Muhammad, how swiftly your perdition! These are the companions of your Prophet – may God bless him and grant him peace – available, and these are his clothes that have not been worn out, and his utensils have not been broken. By the One in Whose Hand is my soul, are you following a religion that is more guided than the religion of Muhammad, or have you opened the door to misguidance?” They said: “By God, O Abu Abd al-Rahman, we only wanted good.” He said: “How many people who desire good will not befall him. The Messenger of God – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – told us that a people who recite the Qur’an do not go beyond their throats. By Allah, I do not know, perhaps most of them are among you.” Then he turned away from them.

And Amr bin Salamah said: “We saw the majority of those circles attacking us on the Day of Nahrawan along with the Kharijites” (Sunan al-Darimi). Putting such a lamp on the minaret of the mosque to show that the prayer has been established has no basis in Sharia. And we know that the intention of its owner is the will of truth, but (how many people who desire good will not befall him).

This is a heresy. Whoever is keen to pray will come with the call to prayer, or at least when he hears the iqaamah. As for placing the lamp, it is an innovation in the religion of God. The one who placed it must remove it so that his sin and the sin of those who acted upon it do not incur him. He said – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him-: (…and whoever sets a bad practice in Islam will bear the burden of it and the burden of those who acted upon it after him, without that detracting from their burden in the slightest) Narrated by Muslim – and the wording is for him – and Ibn Majah, and he said – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him And he said: (I only fear for my nation the misguided imams) Narrated by Ibn Majah from the hadith of Thawban. Sufyan said, “Innovation is more beloved to Iblis than disobedience.” He mentioned that in condemning the speech and its people. This is what was reported.

And God knows what is right and to the reference and MAB. God luck. And blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad”.

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His Eminence, the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Chairman of the Council of Senior Scholars, General President of Scholarly Research and Ifta’, Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al Al-Sheikh, explained that placing a lamp on the minaret of the mosque to indicate that prayer has been established has no basis in Sharia, and it is “an innovation.”

His Eminence said in an answer to a question about the permissibility of placing a lamp over a minaret to indicate that the prayer was held instead of the speakers: “Know – may God guide you to the path of truth – that mosques are the houses of God, and they are the best places on earth. The Almighty said: {In houses that God has permitted to be raised up and in which His name is mentioned, in which He is glorified and glorified in the morning and in the morning and in peace, and in which they are purified and the affairs of the Muslims are fulfilled.

The Prophet – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – took care of that, and made it clear to his ummah to follow his method and be guided by his guidance. His rightly-guided caliphs and the ancestor of the nation have followed this path until our time. A person may be keen on good, but he takes a path that leads him to innovation in religion without realizing it. Ibn Masoud – may God be pleased with him – went out to a circle in the mosque and said: “What is this that I see you doing?” They said: “Oh, Abu Abd al-Rahman, we count pebbles with which we promise takbeer, utterance and glorification.” He said: “Count your bad deeds, for I guarantee that you will not Something of your good deeds is lost.

And judge, O nation of Muhammad, how swiftly your perdition! These are the companions of your Prophet – may God bless him and grant him peace – available, and these are his clothes that have not been worn out, and his utensils have not been broken. By Him in Whose Hand is my soul, are you following a religion that is more guided than the religion of Muhammad, or have you opened the door to misguidance?” They said: “By God, O Abu Abd al-Rahman, we only wanted good.” He said: “How many people who desire good will not befall him. The Messenger of God – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – told us that a people who recite the Qur’an do not go beyond their throats. By Allah, I do not know, perhaps most of them are among you.” Then he turned away from them.

And Amr bin Salamah said: “We saw most of those circles attacking us on the Day of Nahrawan along with the Kharijites” (Sunan al-Darami). Putting such a lamp on the minaret of the mosque to show that the prayer has been established has no basis in Sharia. And we know that the intention of its owner is the will of truth, but (how many people who desire good will not befall him).

This is a heresy. Whoever is keen to pray will come with the call to prayer, or at least when he hears the iqaamah. As for placing the lamp, it is an innovation in the religion of God. The one who placed it must remove it so that his sin and the sin of those who acted upon it do not incur him. He said – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him-: (…and whoever sets a bad practice in Islam will bear the burden of it and the burden of those who acted upon it after him, without that detracting from their burden in the slightest) Narrated by Muslim – and the wording is for him – and Ibn Majah, and he said – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him And he said: (I only fear for my nation the misguided imams) Narrated by Ibn Majah from the hadith of Thawban. Sufyan said, “Innovation is more beloved to Iblis than disobedience.” He mentioned that in condemning the speech and its people. This is what was reported.

And God knows what is right and to the reference and MAB. God luck. And blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad”.

June 06, 2021 – Shawwal 25, 1442

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He said that the one who placed it must remove it so that his sin will not overtake him

His Eminence, the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Chairman of the Council of Senior Scholars, General President of Scholarly Research and Ifta’, Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al Al-Sheikh, explained that placing a lamp on the minaret of the mosque to indicate that prayer has been established has no basis in Sharia, and it is “an innovation.”

His Eminence said in an answer to a question about the permissibility of placing a lamp over a minaret to indicate that the prayer was held instead of the speakers: “Know – may God guide you to the path of truth – that mosques are the houses of God, and they are the best places on earth. The Almighty said: {In houses that God has permitted to be raised up and in which His name is mentioned, in which He is glorified and glorified.

The Prophet – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – took care of that, and made it clear to his ummah to follow his approach and be guided by his guidance. His rightly-guided caliphs and the ancestor of the nation have followed this path until our time. A person may be keen on good, but he takes a path that leads him to innovation in religion without realizing it. Ibn Masoud – may God be pleased with him – went out to a circle in the mosque and said: “What is this that I see you doing?” They said: “Oh, Abu Abd al-Rahman, we count pebbles with which we promise takbeer, utterance and glorification.” He said: “Count your sins, for I guarantee that you will not Something of your good deeds is lost.

And judge, O nation of Muhammad, how swiftly your perdition! These are the companions of your Prophet – may God bless him and grant him peace – available, and these are his clothes that have not been worn out, and his utensils have not been broken. By the One in Whose Hand is my soul, are you following a religion that is more guided than the religion of Muhammad, or have you opened the door to misguidance?” They said: “By God, O Abu Abd al-Rahman, we only wanted good.” He said: “How many people who desire good will not befall him. The Messenger of God – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – told us that a people who recite the Qur’an do not go beyond their throats. By Allah, I do not know, perhaps most of them are among you.” Then he turned away from them.

And Amr bin Salamah said: “We saw the majority of those circles attacking us on the Day of Nahrawan along with the Kharijites” (Sunan al-Darami). Putting such a lamp on the minaret of the mosque to show that the prayer has been established has no basis in Sharia. And we know that the intention of its owner is the will of truth, but (how many people who want good will not befall him).

This is a heresy. Whoever is keen to pray will come with the call to prayer, or at least when he hears the iqaamah. As for placing the lamp, it is an innovation in the religion of God. The one who placed it must remove it so that his sin and the sin of those who acted upon it do not incur him. He said – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him-: (…and whoever sets a bad practice in Islam will bear the burden of it and the burden of those who acted upon it after him, without that detracting from their burden in the slightest) Narrated by Muslim – and the wording is for him – and Ibn Majah, and he said – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him And he said: (I only fear for my nation the misguided imams) Narrated by Ibn Majah from the hadith of Thawban. Sufyan said, “Innovation is more beloved to Iblis than disobedience.” He mentioned that in condemning the speech and its people. This is what was reported.

And God knows what is right and to the reference and MAB. God luck. And blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad”.





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