In respect of intoxicants not made from grape or dates, but made from honey, fig, wheat, barley, etc., the preponderant position of the Hanafi madhab is the view of Muhammad al-Shaybani, that these intoxicants are prohibited to drink whether in small or large quantities. However, this is in the context of Tarbiyah and preparing students for scholarship and leadership, not the context of Fiqh. The Prophet ﷺ passed by a janazah and said: “Relieved and one who others are relieved from.” Upon being asked, the Prophet ﷺ explained: “The Believer is relieved at the moment of their death from the toil of life. And what should someone do if they feel like they are AWFUL at it? Allah(swt) says that the one who strive (in ijtihad) and landed on the right solution gets 2 hasanat and the one who landed om the wrong solution gets 1 hasanat. Conclusion People from around the world review questions, post answers and add comments. Absolut in meaning/command = no interpretation. The evidence for this is the narration where one of the polytheists shot an arrow at one of the believers when he was praying. For this reason, the majority of scholars prohibited physical contact between men and women with some exceptions (e.g. In principle, it should be remembered that, alcohol extracted from grapes, dates and barley is decisively unlawful (haram), both its oral intake as well as application, for it is considered to be impure (najis). ], The proof for this is from the authentic narration, when Khaulah, the daughter of Yasaar y, went to the Prophet ﷺ and said: “O Messenger of Allah, I possess only one garment and I am menstruating,” the Prophet said: “When the blood stops (and you have taken a bath), wash the part stained with blood then pray in it.” [ narrated by Abu Dawud.]. Any blood, apart from menstrual blood, is pure. (al-Jassas, Sharh Mukhtasar al-Tahawi fi al-Fiqh al-Hanafi Vol. Alternatively, [17:23]. Since both are ijtihads produced by wellknown ulemah both opinions have a place in islam. Forgive me for any misunderstanding. (Nasa'i 51:139), عَنِ ابْنِ عَبَّاسٍ رضي الله عنه، قَالَ حُرِّمَتِ الْخَمْرُ بِعَيْنِهَا قَلِيلُهَا وَكَثِيرُهَا وَالسُّكْرُ مِنْ كُلِّ شَرَابٍ ‏.‏ Ibn Abbas (ra) said: Khamr was forbidden in and of itself (bi-ayni-ha) in small or large amounts, as was every kind of intoxicating drink. It is any animal which died on its own, without being slaughtered in accordance with Islamic Law. It is permissible for a sick person to use these medicines when there is not a pure substitute available and it must be 1- The majority of the Ulemaa of the Hijaz and the Muhadditheen have said that all of these types of alcohol are prohibited, whether in small or large amounts. 1- The fundemental principle regarding things is that they are pure until something indicates otherwise. This was the methodology of Imam AbdelQadir Jilani (ra) who would force his students never to curse even against oppressors. Intoxicants, not made from grape or dates, like honey, figs, wheat, millet, barley etc. Jumhuri Grapes A grape-based beverage which has been diluted with water afterhaving been cooked very slightly (the cooking results in itsreduction to two-thirds of its original volume) The author of al-Durr al-Muhktar stated: وَحُرِّمَهَا مُحَمَّدً أَيُّ الْأَشْرِبَةِ الْمُتَّخَذَةَ مِنَ الْعَسَلِ وَالتّينَ وَنَحْوَهُمَا ، قَالَهُ الْمُصَنِّفُ مُطْلَقَا قَلِيلُهَا وَكَثِيرُهَا ، وَبِهِ يَفْتَى ، ذَكَرَهُ الزَّيْلَعِيُّ وَغَيْرِهِ وَاِخْتَارَهُ شَارِحً الوهبانية وَذَكَرً أَنَّه مروُي عَنِ الْكَلِّ - حاشية ابن عابدين 6/455 Muhammad (Al-Shaybani) said these drinks (intoxicants not made form grape or dates e.g. Ibn al-Qayyim also said, bringing in the concept of chivalry, “The dayyuth / cuckold is the vilest of Allah’s creation, and Paradise is forbidden for him [because of his lack of ghayrah]. 13-14). Ibn Abidin, Hashiyat Ibn Abidin: Radd al-Muhtar ala al-Durr al-Mukhtar​​​​​​​ The proof of this is in the decisive, unequivocal texts of the Qu’ran (see 5:90) and Noble Sunnah, as the narrations of the prohibition of khamr together comprise multiple-chain transmission (tawatur). Tila' (Muthallath) Grapes Grape juice cooked until it is reduced to two-thirds of its original volume; only one-third of it remains and is an intoxicant Ammar b. Yasser [570-657]. For Tarbiyah purposes, it is beneficial to teach your children and students of knowledge never to curse. The Prophet would do this when he received good news. Ibn Abbas (ra) said: Khamr was forbidden in and of itself (bi-ayni-ha) in small or large amounts, as was every kind of intoxicating drink. Just like the evolution of different scholars in different regions.