Daily Archives: February 2, 2012
One day Allah’s Messenger (pbuh), noticed a Bedouin leaving his camel without tying it. He asked the Bedouin, “Why don’t you tie down your camel?” The Bedouin answered, “I placed my trust in Allah.” At that, the Prophet (pbuh), said, “Tie your camel and place your trust in Allah” – [Tirmidhi]
[Lessons from this hadith]
Placing trust in Allah means doing everything that is necessary for success!
Queenie Padilla quits showbiz, A Philippines Actress Embraced Islam.
Padilla thanked her father, action star Robin Padilla, who introduced her to Islam.“I just want to thank my father for giving me the opportunity to perform Hajj.
From 1966 Coca-Cola has been a staunch supporter of Israel. In 1997 the Government of Israel Economic Mission honored Coca-Cola at the Israel Trade Award Dinner for its continued support of Israel for the last 30 years and for refusing to abide by the Arab League boycott of Israel.
Every year Coca Cola bankrolls the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce Awards which honors companies that have contributed most to the Israeli economy. In 2009 a Coca-Cola sponsored award went to Israel’s Lobby AIPAC for its successful lobbying of the Senate to reject of the UN call for “immediate ceasefire” and endorse the continuation of the Israel military assault on Gaza.
In 2008 Coca-Cola tasked the Israeli venture capital Challenge Fund to locate suitable investments in Israel with a promise of “a blank cheque” . This agreement is exceptional in the Israeli venture capital industry.
In 2009 Coca-Cola hosted a special reception at the Coca-Cola world headquarters to honour Brigadier-General Ben-Eliezer. Ben-Eliezer is a wanted war criminal, during the Six-Day War his unit was responsible for the execution of over 300 Egyptian POWs. Under Sharon, Ben-Eliezer served as Defence Minister presiding over the massacre at Jenin.
For the past two decades, nearly every year, Coca-Cola has sponsored the JCC Maccabi Games whose stated aim is to cultivate Jewish youth in an informal setting to “encourage their identification with the state of Israel”. As part of this, Coca Cola has sponsored young children to visit Israeli military bases and spend time with war criminals in order to engender empathy, in their own words “visit an air force base.. talk with the pilots that are the elite Israel Defense Force units..meet fighters of the army.”.
Coca-Cola Israel, Israel’s third largest food & beverages company, owns dairy farms in the illegal Israeli settlements of Shadmot Mechola in the Jordan Valley and a plant in the industrial zone of Katzerin in the occupied Golan Heights.
McDonalds first resturant in the Middle East was in Israel, opened in 1993, since then it has over 125 resurants in Israel (1996) with a 60% market share and a turnover of over $93 millon (1996), employing over 3000 Israelis. In April 2009 McDonalds announced its bringing its McCafe chain to Israel.
According to the Chicago Jewish Community Online (website of the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago), McDonalds Corporation whose global headquarters is based just outside Chicago is a major corporate partner of the Jewish United Fund and Jewish Federation(2002).
Through its Israel Commission, the Jewish United Fund “works to maintain American military, economic and diplomatic support for Israel; monitors and, when necessary, responds to media coverage of Israel”
Co-Ca Co-la is a jewish Company, if u reverse this word it means; LA Muhammad, La Makkah (No Muhammad, No Mecca).
And Now its time to Stop using those products which supports Zionism (The real Terrorists of the world):
Allah asks the Prophet to remind his Nation that it is essential for those who claim to love God, to love His Prophet :
“Say to them: If you love God, follow (and love and honor) me, and God will love you” (The Holy Quran 3:31).
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This obligation to love the Prophet means to obey him, to remember him, to follow his example, and to be proud of him as Allah is proud of him, since Allah has boasted about him in His Holy Book by saying:
“Truly you are of a magnificient character” (The Holy Quran, Surrah al-Qalam 4).
. Love of the Prophet is what differentiates the believers in the perfection of their imaan. In an authentic hadith related in Bukhari and Muslim, the Prophet said:
“None of you believes until he loves me more than he loves his children, his parents, and all people.”
In another hadith in Bukhari he said: “None of you believes until he loves me more than he loves himself.”
Perfection of faith is dependent on love of the Prophet because Allah and His angels are constantly raising his honor, as is meant in the verse:
“Allah and His angels are praying on the Prophet” (The Holy Quran,33:56).
The Divine order that immediately follows in the verse:
“O believers, pray on him,”
makes it clear that the quality of being a believer is dependent on and manifested by praying on the Prophet.
O Allah! Send peace and blessings on the Prophet, his family, and his companions.
Abu Hurairah (R.A) said: “The Prophet, peace be upon him, remarked: ‘The example of a believer is like a fresh tender plant; from whichever direction the wind blows, it bends the plant. But when the wind dies down, it straightens up again. (Similarly a believer is tested by afflictions to strengthen his faith and heart, and he remains patient and firm). And an evil person is like a pine tree which remains hard and stiff until Allah breaks it whenever He wills.”
Source: Fiqh-us-Sunnah, volume 4, #1
…Before you think of an unkind word, think of someone who cant speak…
…Before you complain about the taste of your food, think of someone who has nothing to eat…
…before you complain about life, think of someone who died too young…
…before you argue about your untidy house, think of people living in the streets…
…before thinking about the distance you drive, think of someone who travels the same distance with their feet…
…when depressing thoughts get you down, put a smile on your face and thank Allah swt for everything you have compared to those who have nothing!…
Life is a blessing and comes with a purpose.
Always say Al-hamd-u-lillah
One of the valuable lessons that we learn from this hadith is to avoid being quarrelsome even in situations where we may think we are on the right. Again, while we should point out the truth, we should not become quarrelsome and should avoid all attitudes and attributes of being one of such people.
We especially tend to get into such situations with people to whom we are closer because there are fewer barriers between us and them but then that exposure also risks deterioration of relationships by getting into quarrelsome situations frequently.
We should remind ourselves that no one likes quarrelsome people. Let’s therefore heed to the prophet’s call and restrain ourselves instead…