Mozaik Islam

Puasa Ramadhan, Fiqih Shalat, Rahasia Sunnah, Zakat Fitrah, Haji dan Umrah

Tafsir Surat Al Falaq

Segala puji hanya bagi Allah subhanahu wata’ala, shalawat & salam semoga tetap tercurahkan kpd baginda Rasulullah salallahu’alaihi wa salam, & aku bersaksi bahwa tiada tuhan yg berhak disembah dgn sebenarnya selain Allah yg Maha Esa & tiada sekutu bagi -Nya & aku bersaksi bahwa Muhammad adl hamba & utusan -Nya.. Amma Ba’du:

Di antara surat Al-Qur’an yg sering terdengar pd telinga kita & butuh utk direnungi & dipikirkan adl surat Al-Falaq:

قال تعالى: قُلْ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ الْفَلَقِ . مِن شَرِّ مَا خَلَقَ . وَمِن شَرِّ غَاسِقٍ إِذَا وَقَبَ . وَمِن شَرِّ النَّفَّاثَاتِ فِي الْعُقَدِ . وَمِن شَرِّ حَاسِدٍ إِذَا حَسَدَ  Readmore…


Haji Mabrur

Segala puji bagi Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala yg telah menunjukkan jalan yg lurus kpd hamba-hamba-Nya, shalawat & salam semoga selalu tercurah kpd Nabi , pemilik telaga & kedudukan yg agung, demikian pula keluarga, sahabat, & orang-orang yg mengikuti mereka kpd jalan yg lurus, wa ba’du:

Wahai saudaraku yg telah melaksanakan haji: Readmore…


Hukum Meminta-minta

Segala puji bagi Allah, shalawat & salam kpd Rasulullah saw, & aku bersaksi bahwa tiada Tuhan yg berhak disembah dgn sebenarnya kecuali Allah, Yang Maha Esa & tiada sekutu bagiNya, & aku bersaksi bahwa Muhammad adl hamba & utusanNya. Wa Ba’du:

Di antara sifat buruk yg dijauhi oleh syara’ adl meminta-minta kpd manusia, yg dimaksud meminta-minta adl inisiatif seseorang utk meminta-minta kpd orang lain harta & segala kebutuhannya pd mereka tanpa ada kebutuhan & tuntutan yg mendesak, sebab meminta-minta mengandung kehinaan kpd selain Allah Azza Wa Jalla. Readmore…


Istighfar

Segala puji hanya bagi Allah SWT, shalawat & salam semoga tetap tercurahkan kpd baginda Rasulullah SAW, & aku bersaksi bahwa tiada Tuhan yg berhak disembah dgn sebenarnya selain Allah yg Maha Esa & tiada sekutu bagi -Nya & aku bersaksi bahwa Muhammad Shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam adl hamba & utusan -Nya… Amma Ba’du:

Diriwayatkan oleh Muslim di dalam kitab shahihnya dari Al-Aghrul Mizani RA bahwa Rasulullah Shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam bersabda: Sesungguhnya aku (terkadang) merasakan kegalauan di dalam hatiku, & sungguh aku beristighfar kpd Allah dalam satu hari seratus kali”. Readmore…


Hukum Shaum Tasyu`a dan ‘Asyura

Assalamu’alaikum warohmatulahi wabarokatuh

Ustadz, bagaimana hukumnya melakukan shaum tasyu`a & Asyura? Readmore…


A Muslim vis-à-vis Non-Muslims

Obviously, Muslims and non-Muslims are following very different paths. A Muslim’s life revolves entirely around the proper belief in God. A Muslim’s attitude toward others is likewise determined by the other’s attitude toward God. A Muslim could not possibly feel complete affinity and love toward someone who has turned his back on God, refuses to submit to God or ridicule belief in God. It is simply not natural for there to be complete love between two such people. However, even given this possible negative feeling in the heart, a Muslim must deal with non-Muslims on the basis of just principles. This applies to all non-Muslims—many non-Muslims are not antagonistic at all toward Muslims while others exhibit clear and unequivocal scorn and hatred toward Muslims. Readmore…


A Muslim vis-à-vis Other Muslims

If one were to ask many today as to what the strongest bond there could possibly be among people, most of them would probably answer something like blood relationship, ethnic origin, nationality and so forth. Actually, the Quran shows that these types of bonds are not that strong if the foundation behind them is weak. In the Quran, Allah gives the examples of Cain and Abel, who were two brothers yet one killed the other, as well as the example of the brethren of Joseph, who cast Joseph into a well. Those were all blood relatives; however, they put this world above their relationship with others. Such is occurring today throughout the world. The ties between the people are subservient to their desires, goals and wants of this world. Many individuals are quickly and easily willing to sell out their own kith and kin to get ahead in this world or to get something they want in this world. Readmore…


A Muslim vis-à-vis His/Her Neighbors

Allah says in the Quran, “Worship Allah and join none with Him in worship, and do good to parents, kinsfolk, orphans, the poor, the neighbor who is near of kin, the neighbor who is a stranger, the companion by your side, the wayfarer (you meet), and those (slaves) whom your right hands possess. Verily, Allah does not like such as are proud and boastful” (4:36). Readmore…


A Muslim vis-à-vis His/Her Children

Having a child is both a great blessing and a great responsibility. Allah has said, “Your wealth and your children are only a trial, whereas Allah—with Him is a great reward (Paradise)” (64:15). Allah also says, “O you who believe, guard yourselves and your families from the Hell‑fire whose fuel is men and stones” (66:6). The meaning of this verse was reiterated by the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) when he said, “All of you are shepherds and all of you will be asked about your wards… The man is responsible for his household and will be asked about his responsibilities. The wife will be asked about the house of her husband and her responsibilities.” Readmore…


Dissolution of a Marriage

Having said what was just said about marriage, Islam, though, is also a practical religion. It takes into consideration all possible common scenarios. It is possible for a man and woman to enter into a union with good intentions yet their personalities and likes simply do not coincide with one another. There are times in which a good marriage simply cannot be achieved and the spouses enter into a state of misery. Under such circumstances, Islamic law allows for an end to the marriage and their suffering. Readmore…