Daily Archives: October 25, 2013

Become acquainted with Islam

1391994_390399601062907_1255087052_nBecome Acquainted With Islam: It is necessary, before explaining the facts and the pillars of Islam, to elaborate and understand the meaning of the name Islam. The word Islam has many meanings. It means submission, safety, and peace. In this study, when we mention the word Islam, it means the religion that Allah (S.W) revealed to His Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). because it concludes a total submission to Him (S.W) only, obedience to His rules, and following His commandments.
by : Munqith ibn Mahmood As-Saqqar

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Muslim Jobs Health and Fitness Counselor Instructor

1381618_605105549548791_586466268_nAs-salaamu alaykum wa rahmaatullahi,

Sit back and settle in to this excellent episode of “Muslim Jobs”.

How important is staying in shape and being healthy is to you? Are you an active person in relatively good shape, or do you have physical goals that you haven’t quite reached yet? Well this episode you get to hear the answers to these questions 1st hand from the Shaykha of Health and Fitness, Owner and Instructor of Nadoona. Tune in now by downloading this free Podcast from WKTL-Radio’s “Muslim Jobs” episode:

Health and Fitness Counselor Instructor with your Host Abu Hudhayfah Edwards

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Why will Jesus descend at the end of time instead of our Prophet?



AsalamuAlaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh,

Why will Jesus (Alayhis Salaam) descend at the end of time instead of our Prophet? (Sallalahu Alayhi Wassalam)

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Should I confess?

1380241_10151634743011415_849175415_nA person may sorrowfully ask: “I want to repent, but do I have to go and confess the sins I have committed? Is it a condition of repentance that I should tell the qaadi (judge) in the court about everything that I have done, and ask him to carry out the appropriate punishment on me? What is the meaning of the story I have just readabout the repentance of Maa’iz, of the Ghaamidi woman and of the man who kissed a woman in the garden?”

My response to you is that the slave’s direct relationship with Allaah, with no intermediaries, is one of the most important aspects of the belief in Tawheed (Divine Unity) with which Allaah is pleased. He says (interpretation of the meaning): “And when My slaves ask you (O Muhammad) concerning Me, then (answer them), I am indeed near (to them by My knowledge). I respond to the invocations of the supplicant when he calls on Me (without any mediator or intercessor)…” [al-Baqarah 2:186]. If we believe that repentance is only for Allaah, then confession is only for Allaah too. In fact, the Prophet used to pray in his du’aa’s asking for forgiveness: “Aboo’u laka bi na’matika wa aboo’u bi dhanbi (I acknowledge Your blessings and I acknowledge (i.e. confess) my sin to You).” This is a confession to Allaah. Read the rest of this entry

The danger of taking sin lightly

1379875_10151634742696415_1018371856_nYou should know, may Allaah have mercy on me and on you, that Allaah has commanded His slaves to repent sincerely and has made doing so obligatory. He says (interpretation of the meaning): “O you who believe! Turn to Allaah with sincere repentance…”

[al-Tahreem 66:8].
Allaah has given us time to repent before the honourable scribes (kiraaman kaatibeen – recording angels) record our deeds. The Prophet said: “The (scribe) on the left hand raises his pen (i.e., delays writing) for six hours [this may refer to six hours of 60 minutes as measured by astronomers, or it may refer to short periods of time during the day or night – Lisaan al-‘Arab] before he records the sinful deed of a Muslim. If he regrets it and seeks Allaah’s forgiveness, the deed is not recorded, otherwise it is recorded as one deed.” (Reported by al-Tabaraani in al-Kabeer and al-Bayhaqi in Shu’ab al-Eemaan (The Branches of Faith); classed as hasan by al-Albaani in Silsilat al-Ahaadeeth al-Saheehah, 1209). A further respite is granted after the deed has been recorded, up until the moment before death approaches. Read the rest of this entry