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[PDF] The Ruling Regarding Shaking Hands After Prayer – Shaykh Abdullah ibn Aqeel

There exists a common confusion among the people in assuming an action to be sound simply because they see the vast majority practicing it. Consider shaking hands immediately following the Tasleem as an example. Before one can remember his Rabb and send the Salawat upon His Messenger (صلى الله عليه وسلم), he is met with the uncomfortable event of another Muslim brother extending his hand as he is exiting the masjid. Often times, the reluctant handshake takes place and the person who initiated this act is never made aware that they are in violation of the Sunnah. Take this knowledge from the noble Shaykh Abdullah ibn Aqeel; the last living student of Shaykh Abdur Rahman bin Naasir as-Sad’ee, may Allah have mercy upon both of them, and use it to benefit yourself, your family, and those in your community.

Click here to read the Fatwa: The Ruling Regarding Shaking Hands After the Prayer

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