Monthly Archives: June 2012
Imagine the day… ▼
When the ANGEL comes to take your soul away.. Will you be ready… ??
Or will you want to run away… ??
Imagine the day… ▼
When everyone will be crying…
Whilst you lie there dying…
Imagine the day… ▼
Your soul departs from its every limb…
And your vision continues to fall dim…
You are laid to be given a bath…
How once you would joke and laugh…
Imagine the day… ▼
When you are wrapped in a plain white shroud…
Once you would only insist on designer to look cool and proud…
Imagine… Imagine… Imagine… Imagine the day…
►► YOU ARE WASHED AND DRESSED TO MEET YOUR LORD !! Allahu Akbar !!
Oh Allah we pray for the best abode… !!
Say: ‘Death, from which you are fleeing, will certainly catch up with you. Then you will be returned to the Knower of the Unseen and the Visible and He will inform you about what you did.’ ( Translation of the Holy Quran, Surat al-Jumu‘a: 8).
Death may catch up with you at any time. Who knows, perhaps this is the moment. Or, it may be much closer than you have ever expected.
These lines may be the last opportunity, the last reminder, the last warning before death comes upon you. As you proceed
with these lines, you can never know that you will still be alive in the next hour. Even if it proves to be so, nothing can guarantee
you another hour.
Let alone an hour, not even after a single moment, is it certain that you will be still living. There is no
guarantee that you will ever finish reading this book.
Death will, most likely, come upon you at a time when, only a moment
before, you never thought about dying.
You will most certainly die, as will
all your loved ones. Before you or
after you, they will certainly die. A
hundred years from now, there
will not be a single soul you are
familiar with in this world.
As I Am Muslim Its My Duty 2 ClearAll Doubt Abt Islam
My Religion Is Teaching Me To Fight Against Evil And Injustice, And I Do That In The Right Way, I AM Called A “Terrorist”
Today The International Media Specially Western Media They Are Saying That…”All Muslims Are Not Terrorist But All Terrorist Are Muslim.”
But If You Go Back To The History Of The World You Will Find 100% Falsehood In This Statement.
1)In The History Of The World Who Has Killed Maximum Innocent Human Beings?????
Do You Know Who Was He?????
He Was A Christian?????? ??
But Media Will Never Say That Christians Are Terrorist!!!!!
2)Joseph Stalin Called As Uncle Joe
“He Has Killed 20 Million Human Beings Including 14.5 Million WereStarved To Death”
Was He Muslim??
3) Mao Tse Tsung (China)
“He Has Killed 14 To 20 Million Human Beings.”
Was He Muslim??
4) Benito Mussolini (Italy)
“He Has Killed 400 Thousand Human Being.
Was He Muslim??
“In Kalinga Battle He Has Killed 100Thousand Human Being.
Was He Muslim??
6) Embargo Put By
In Iraq 1/2 Million Children Has Been Killed In Iraq Alone!!!
Imagine This People Are Never Called Terrorist By The Media.
As well much other crimes has done in palestine, and Afghanistan by US forces on killing of innocent civilians [kids and women]. for further detail you can search on net.
Today The Majority Of The Non Muslims Are Afraid By Hearing TheWords “Jihad”
Jihad Is An Arabic Word Which Comes From Root Arabic Word”Jahad” Which Means “To Strive” Or “To Struggle”
“To Strive Or Struggle” Against Evil And ForJustice, It Does Not Mean Killing Innocents ,The Difference is We Stand Against Evil , Not With Evil”.
The husband should, at the time of consummating the marriage with his wife or before that, place his hand on the front part of her head, mention the name of Allaah Most High, and pray for Allaah’s blessings. As in the statement of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH:
«When any of you marries a woman he should hold her forelock, mention Allaah Most High, and pray for His blessings saying:
“O Allaah, I ask You for the good in her and the good with which You have created her, and I seek refuge in You from the evil in her and the evil with which You have created her.»
(Allaahumma innee as.aluka min khayrihaa wa khayri maa jabaltahaa’alayhi wa aa’oodhubika min sharrihaa wa sharri maa jabaltahaa’alayhi)
[Narrate by: Abu Daawood and others. al-Bukhaaree in”Af’aalul-‘Ibaa d”, Abu Daawood, Ibn Maajah, al-Haakim, al-Bayhaqee and Abu Ya’laa with hasan isnaad]
ALLAH the Exalted says,
☻“For over My servants no authority shall you have…“☻
Some of the Companions said :“Verily the believer exhausts his devil just like one of you exhausts his camel during travel.”
☻Exhaust: weaken; meaning they exhaust him making him lose weight.
Thus making him a (nidwan)
And the (nidwu) is animal that has become lean (skinny) though traveling thus its meat has left its body.
Meaning the believer wears out his devil, so he debilitates him and makes him lose weight from his grief and sadness, because he is not able to tempt him.
Just like the person wears out his riding camel during travel and makes it lose weight due to the length of the travel and its hardships.
And this is the condition of the believer with his devil in the constant struggle with him.
He resists his plots and plans and whispers by always being firm upon the ♥ Obedience of ALLAH the Exalted and Mighty. ♥
And with this ibn Abi Dunya narrates in his book “The plots of the devil” from some of the salaf they said:
☻Verily a devil meets another devil so he says to him, “Why is it that I see you looking sickly? (Meaning the change is weight)” The (other) devil replies, verily I am with a man that if he eats he remembers the name of ALLAH so I can not eat with him. And if he drinks he remembers the name of ALLAH so I can not drink with him. And if he enters into his home he remembers the name of ALLAH so I am rejected outside of the house.
The other devil says, but as for me then I am with a man if he eats he does not remember ALLAH so he and I eat together, and if he drinks he does not remember ALLAH so I drink with him, and when he enters his home he does not remember ALLAH so I enter with him.☻
There is a time of night when work ends, traffic sleeps, and silence is the only sound. At that time—while the world around us sleeps—there is One who remains awake and waits for us to call on Him !!!
►► “Our Lord descends during the last third of each night to the lower heaven, and says: ‘Is there anyone who calls on Me that I may respond to him? Is there anyone who asks Me that I may give unto him? Is there anyone who requests My Forgiveness that I may forgive him?’”
[Bukhari: Book 2, Volume 21, Hadith 246; Muslim: Book 4, Hadith 1656]
Man is amazed by the advancement in technology yet fails to see his own amazing self that he had no hand in creating.
“O man! What has made you careless concerning your Lord, the Most Generous? Who created you, fashioned you perfectly, and gave you due proportion; In whatever form He willed, He put you together. “ [Translation of The Holy QUR’AN 82:6-8]
SubhanALLAH ! Allah’s COUNTLESS blessings!
But we are still ungrateful..
‘O Allah help us to remember You, thank You & worship You in the best manner ! ameen !
Is it the material it is made of; the concrete, the bricks or the wood? People may live in tents yet their homes are Islamic.
Some muslim womens, may Allah guide them, dress their young daughters in short dresses that display the shins.
Above picture is a sample of inappropriate dressing which should be avoided my muslim womens.
Muslim womans should not dress his daughter in such clothing while she is young.
This is because if she grows accustomed to it, she will stick with it and she will consider it a light matter.
However, if you trained her properly to be bashful when she was young, she would continue in that proper manner when she gets older.
I advise my Muslim sisters to leave the dress of the foreigners who are the enemies of the religion and to bring up their children wearing clothes that cover their bodies and to teach them modesty, for modesty is part of faith.
If we are dressing our kids with according to islamic principles, they’ll used to wear those clothes when they are younger and older,
If we let them to wear tight and bare clothes and we say that, no problem he/she is just a kid, when he/she grows up then it will be problem for him/her to get used with new clothes that parents offer.
Here we should consider the likes of kids as well and respect to it, but if we dressed them from childhood Islamic clothes, they’ll obviously select appropriate ones, if sometimes they show interest in inappropriate clothes the parents should let them know with kind words, that o’ my dear daughter/son we are Muslim, Alhmdulilah we should wear Islamic clothes and proud of it.
In Sha Allah, 🙂
And “He followed his own desire. So his example is like that of a dog: if you chase him he pants, or if you leave him, he [still] pants.”
And about the person who controlled the passion of his soul/self God says: “But as for he who feared the standing before his Lord and restrained the soul from [his] desire, then indeed, Paradise will be his refuge.” (Translation of the Holy Quran, 79:40-41).
Question: What does Islam say about falling in love? Is that allowed in Islam? If it is yes, how could we show that to the person we love without causing fitnah?
Answer: Islam teaches us to be truthful and realistic. Usually, we love for the sake of Allah and we hate for the sake of Allah. Islam teaches us that a male and female can build up a good relationship founded on marriage.
We do not say love is halal or haram because it is a feeling. Maybe it is not under control. You can judge what is under control. But people who fall in love are in many episodes away from the cleansed and pure atmosphere.
Marriages that are usually good and lasting marriages are those that start at the least affection. That affection grows after marriage and maybe it will grow until the couples continue their companionship at the Jannah.
Allah wants us to purify our inner selves constantly, live and return to Himwith the state of rudimentary purity. We should be more careful on things that can bring forth more vices and that can easily take us away from the state of fitra (purity). Indeed, the way of wealth is an easy one to distract us from Deen.
And know that your possessions and your children are but a trial and that surely with Allah is a mighty reward. [The Holy Qur’an 8/28]
How many are there, who have perished of wealth! It’s an easy way to destroy us. That’s why Prophet (May Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon Him) warned us: “Every society has a trial and the trial of my Ummah is wealth” (Hakkim 4: 318)
Money can take us into destruction by deteriorating our faith and morals, but poverty can’t! Therefore, Prophet (PBUH) said: “By Allah, it is not the poverty about which I fear in regard to you but I am afraid in your case that (the worldly) riches may be given to you as were given to those who had gone before you and you begin to vie with one another for them as they vied for them. And these may destroy you as these destroyed them.” [Sahih Muslim Book 42, Hadith 7065 (Complete Hadith here)]
We should look in to the examples from the lives of our pious predecessorsto learn how did they treat wealth and how much they were feared of the harms that wealth can cause to the society.
After conquering Iraq, the warriors returned to Khalifa Umar (RA) with heaps of Gold and money. Khalifa Umar (RA) started to weep and the astonished men asked, “Ameerul Mu’mineen (Commander of Believers), Why are you weeping? Didn’t Allah help us defeat our enemies, gave us victory and thereby coolness to our eyes? ”
Khalifa replied in a warning tone: “I had heard Prophet (PBUH) saying, the society to which adornments of Duniya (this world) widely opens, among them will prevail animosity and quarrel, till the day of resurrection. I dread that this warning may come true for us.” (Ahmad 1:116)
In front of us, there is an elegant history of another pious Companion of prophet, who did not fall in the pitfall of his wealth- Mis’abu Bin Umair (RA)! Mis’ab– who engraved an everlasting history of nobility, by kicking the glitters of heaped up wealth, after entering the light of Islam– a journeying away from the cradle of luxury to the tranquility of revering piety. When he was found martyred in the battle of Uhud, looking at his body, with a whimper Prophet (PBUH) told: “O Mis’ab, I had seen you in Makka. I had seen no one in Makka, wearing a softer raiment than you did, or with a beautiful hair than you had. Today, that Mis’ab is lying in a small sheet, with matted hair! (Rijalu-Haula-Rasool 53) ”
This is how the companions of Prophet (PBUH) treated wealth. Desire for or possession of wealth never made them to turn away from the way of Allah.
A man used to bring food for Abu Bakr (RA). That night, when the man came with food, Abu Bakr (RA) ate, as usual. Later on, the man explained that he got it as a pay for a non-islamic deed he had done during Jahiliyya. Upon hearing this, Abu Bakr Sidheeq (RA) put his fingers to throat and vomited out the food. “Even if I lose my life, I would throw up every bit of this haram food from my stomach. I fear that this food might take me into Hellfire”. (Hilyathul Auliya- 194)
See how much careful were our predecessors!
Anyone earns money in a haram way, then he preserves family relationships, gives sadqa (charity) and spend that in the way of Allah, even so, on the Day of Judgment, all his money will be gathered and he ‘ll be thrown into Hellfire. (Abu Dawud, Maraseel 117)
Isn’t this warning frightening us? Even if someone betrays us, we must not betray anyone. Even a slight amount earned through cheating and betraying should not be there in our account, nor we should make a living or protect our family with haram earnings. A minor amount gained through usury is worse than committing adultery 36 times– this is what Prophet (PBUH) had warned us. [Baihaqi, Shuabul Imaan 5523]
Every haram earning, including usury will easily take us into hellfire. Purify wealth and earnings from everything that’s haram, and live with purity – success will be ours, In Sha Allah!
No one else is responsible for our deeds, but we. We will be questioned for whatever we’ve done in this world. We must refrain from blaming others for things which went wrong in our life. If we live righteously, Allah will safeguard us, in Sha Allah!