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Arabic to English - Rates: 0.03 - 0.05 USD per word
English to Arabic - Rates: 0.03 - 0.05 USD per word
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Arabic to English: ومن أصول أهل السنة والجماعة
Source text - Arabic
ومن أصول أهل السنة والجماعة أنهم يصلون الجمع والأعياد والجماعات لا يدعون الجمعة والجماعة كما فعل أهل البدع من الرافضة وغيرهم فإن كان الإمام مستورا لم يظهر منه بدعة ولا فجور صلى خلفه الجمعة والجماعة باتفاق الأئمة الأربعة وغيرهم من أئمة المسلمين ولم يقل أحد من الأئمة إنه لا تجوز الصلاة إلا خلف من علم باطن أمره بل ما زال المسلمون من بعد نبيهم يصلون خلف المسلم المستور ولكن إذا ظهر من المصلي بدعة أو فجور وأمكن الصلاة خلف من يعلم أنه مبتدع أو فاسق مع إمكان الصلاة خلف غيره فأكثر أهل العلم يصححون صلاة المأموم وهذا مذهب الشافعي وأبي حنيفة وهو أحد القولين في مذهب مالك وأحمد

وأما إذا لم يمكن الصلاة إلا خلف المبتدع أو الفاجر كالجمعة التي إمامها مبتدع أو فاجر وليس هناك جمعة أخرى فهذه تصلى خلف المبتدع والفاجر عند عامة أهل السنة والجماعة .
Translation - English
" And from the fundamental principles of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama'ah is that they pray the Friday prayers and the two Eid prayers and the [five daily] congregational prayers.

They do not abandon the Friday prayers and the congregational prayers like the people of innovation from the raafidhah [shi'ah] and other than them.

So if there is an Imaam whose condition is unknown [mastoor], there being no outward/apparent innovations or sinfulness manifest from him, [he is to be] prayed behind in the Friday prayers and the congregational prayers by the consensus of the four Imaams and other than them from the Imaams of the Muslims.

Not a single Imaam from the Imaams said that it is not permissible to pray behind a person whose condition is not known. Rather, after the Prophet [sallallahu alayhi was salaam, the Muslims have continued to pray behind the Muslim whose condition is not known.

However, when innovations and sinfulness becomes apparent from a person and it is possible to pray behind a person whom it is known that they are an innovator or a sinful person, and it is also possible to pray behind somebody other than him, the majority of the people of knowledge say that prayer behind such a [sinful] person is correct.

And this is the Madhab of Imaam Ash Shaafi'ee and Imaam Abu Haneefah and one of two sayings in the Math-hab of Imaam Maalik and Imaam Ahmed.

And if it is not possible to pray, except behind a person of innovation or a sinful person, as in the case of praying the Friday prayers behind an Imaam who is an innovator or a sinful person, and there is no other place to pray the Friday prayers, then [the permissibility and correctness] of praying behind the innovator or sinful person is agreed by the Imaams of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama'ah. And this is the Math-hab of Imaam ash Shaafi'ee and Imaam Abu Haneefah and Imaam Ahmed and other than them from the Imaams of Ahlus Sunnah, and there is no difference of opinion amongst them."

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I am a native English speaker with the ability to accurately translate into and from Classical and Modern Standard Arabic at a reasonable rate. I am currently completing a degree in Modern Standard Arabic in London.
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Profile last updated
Aug 17, 2014



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