A Misunderstanding Regarding The Statement, ‘Laa Inkaar Fee Masaa’il Al-Khilaaf [There Should Be No Repudiation In The affairs of Khilaaf (i.e. differing)]

Some people are under the illusion that what is intended by this statement is that it is impermissible to repudiate (others) regarding any affair in which difference of opinion is held.  So based upon this (illusion of theirs), it becomes impermissible to disapprove...

[6] The Muslim Doctor and the Goal behind Medicine: He (or she) should be pleased with Allaah’s Divine Will and Decree

He (or she) should be pleased with the Divine Will and Decree of Allaah. Abdullaah Ibn Abbaas (radiyallaahu-anhumaa) said: Once I was riding behind the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam), so he said: ”O young man, I shall teach you some words (of advice). Be...

[5] The Muslim Doctor and the Goal behind Medicine: He (or she) should know that the effect and effectiveness of cure is decided by Allaah alone

In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestowed of Mercy He (or she) should believe that his (or her) knowledge of medicine is nothing else but only a means (of cure). As for the effects and effectiveness (of the cure), it is decided by Allaah (The Mighty and...

[4] The Muslim Doctor and the Goal behind Medicine- He [or she] should strive for excellence

In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy A doctor should be eager to (attain) proficiency in his (or her) job. A’isha (radiyallaahu-anhaa) said: The Messenger of Allaah (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) said: [إن الله يحب إذا عمل أحدكم عملاً...

[3] The Muslim Doctor and the Goal behind Medicine- [Medical Practice Is Fard Kifaayah]

Medical practice is Fard Kifaayah, meaning: If some Muslims fulfil it the responsibility is removed from others. The Muslim doctor should hope for Allaah’s reward and good recompense.  He (or she) should be sincere to Allaah in his (or her) profession and should...