الثلاثاء، 19 مارس 2013


"Allah is the doer of all that He intends."

[Al-Qura'n 85:16]

>Is there a relationship between Islam and terrorism?

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>Is there a relationship between Islam and terrorism?

Think deeplyThen answer

~ 1 - who sparked the First World War? Muslims?!
~ 2 - M n, which sparked World War II? Muslims?!
~ 3 - Who has killed 20 million human residents of the same indigenous Australia?! Muslims?!
~ 4 - who sent the bombs to hit Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Muslims?!
~ 5 - Who has killed more than the 100 million Indians from the Red Indians in North America? Muslims?!
~ 6 - Who has killed more than 50 million Indians of Indians in South America to the Muslims?!
~ 7 - who has Pastrakkak about 180 million Africans as slaves had died and about 88% of them and been thrown in the Atlantic Ocean? Muslims?!
No, they are not Muslims!!!!

: above all, you have to specify the meaning of terrorism is well; that if a non-Muslim has to do something wrong then it just be a crime, but while the Muslim of committing the same mistake then it is described to terrorism!!!
So first you do not double standard and you will know who are the real terrorists


Who said that We "NIQABIS" cannot do any activities?

We can do anything that suitable for woman with the SUNNAH CLOTHING.
Alhamdulillah ^_^
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Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Treat women well, for woman is created from a rib and the most curved portion of the rib is its upper portion. If you try to straighten it, it will break, but if you leave it as it is, it will remain curved; so treat women with kindness.”

Source: Sahih Bukhari 3153

Grade: Sahih (authentic) according to Al-Bukhari

عَنْ أَبِي هُرَيْرَةَ رضى الله عنه قَالَ قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم اسْتَوْصُوا بِالنِّسَاءِ فَإِنَّ الْمَرْأَةَ خُلِقَتْ مِنْ ضِلَعٍ وَإِنَّ أَعْوَجَ شَىْءٍ فِي الضِّلَعِ أَعْلاَهُ فَإِنْ ذَهَبْتَ تُقِيمُهُ كَسَرْتَهُ وَإِنْ تَرَكْتَهُ لَمْ يَزَلْ أَعْوَجَ فَاسْتَوْصُوا بِالنِّسَاءِ

3153 صحيح البخاري كِتَاب أَحَادِيثِ الْأَنْبِيَاءِ لولا بنو إسرائيل لم يخنز اللحم

great calamity

“the great calamity is: when person is pleased with himself and convinced with his knowledge. And this trial is widespread among majority of creation. You find the Jew or the Christian thinking that he is upon truth, and he does not look or study the proof on the Prophet-hood of our Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). And if he hears something that softens his heart such as the miraculous Qur’an, he runs away so that he does not hear it. And likewise is every person of desire who sticksto it, either because it is the faith of his father and his family, or because he looked in an opinion and saw it to be right and he did not look in what opposes it, nor did he discussed with scholars so that they clarify to him his error”.

-Ibnul-Jawzee (rahimahul-llaah)


The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “...Whoever wears an amulet has committed shirk.” (Narrated by Ahmad, 16969)
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"قُل لَّن يُصِيبَنَآ إِلَّا مَا كَتَبَ ٱللَّهُ لَنَا هُوَ مَوْلَىٰنَا ۚ وَعَلَى ٱللَّهِ فَلْيَتَوَكَّلِ ٱلْمُؤْمِنُونَ" "Say: "Nothing will happen to us except what Allah has decreed for us: He is our protector": and on Allah let the Believers put their trust." {Quran, Surah At Taubah:51


"Say, [O Muhammad], "If your fathers, your sons, your brothers, your wives, your relatives, wealth which you have obtained, commerce wherein you fear decline, and dwellings with which you are pleased are more beloved to you than Allah and His Messenger and jihad in His cause, then wait until Allah executes His command. And Allah does not guide the defiantly disobedient people."

(Al Qur'an 9:24)


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Anas ibn Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Help your brother, whether he is an oppressor or is being oppressed.” It was asked, “O Messenger of Allah, we help the one being oppressed but how do we help an oppressor?” He said, “By seizing his hand.”

Source: Sahih Bukhari 2312; Sahih Muslim 2584

Grade: Mutafiqun Alayhi (authenticity agreed upon) according to Al-Bukhari and Imam Muslim

عَنْ أَنَسٍ رضى الله عنه قَالَ قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم انْصُرْ أَخَاكَ ظَالِمًا أَوْ مَظْلُومًا. قَالُوا يَا رَسُولَ اللَّهِ هَذَا نَنْصُرُهُ مَظْلُومًا، فَكَيْفَ نَنْصُرُهُ ظَالِمًا قَالَ تَأْخُذُ فَوْقَ يَدَيْهِ


Saul (Paul) continued to compromise with the gentiles and mold the (true) religion of Jesus (pbuh) closer and closer to their established beliefs in order to gain their conversion. In the end, all that he requires of them is "faith" without work.

The pagan gentiles he is preaching to worship many "sons of almighty Jupiter or Zeus" and other such gods. Among them are such as Attis, Adonis, Dionysus, etc.

They believe that these pagan gods had died for their sins and been resurrected. Saul now explains to them that Jesus (pbuh) was not merely a normal human prophet but a "Son of God" and that this "Son of God" died in atonement for the sins of all mankind.

The Gentiles immediately see the parallels and the great degree of similarity with that which they already believe. All they have to do is change a few labels.

In this manner, Saul manages to convince the Greeks (and other gentiles) to accept the "religion of Jesus." This is because, unlike the Jews, the religion of the Greeks already accepts "Trinities," and "father gods" and "son gods," and the death of gods, and the resurrection of gods, and the incarnation of gods, and divine savior gods, and the eating of the flesh of gods, and the drinking of the blood of gods...etc.

All of these concepts are old news to them. He becomes a great leader among them and is named "Saint Paul."

by: Mishal Abdullah Al-Kadhi

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لا إله إلا الله محمد رسول الله

There is no God but Allah, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah
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Allah has made the relationship of the Muslim to a Muslim more sacred than any relationship, even that of blood, culture or nation.

He has united us into one Ummah, the Muslim ummah, and has made us responsible for each other. The relationship between the Muslims is a sacred one:

"A Muslim is the brother of a Muslim. He neither oppresses him nor humiliates him nor looks down upon him. The piety is here, (and while saying so) he pointed towards his chest thrice. It is a serious evil for a Muslim that he should look down upon his brother Muslim. All things of a Muslim are inviolable for his brother in faith; his blood, his wealth and his honor." [Sahih Muslim B 31, N 6219]

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In a first of its kind, the Deen Institute organised a controversial debate asking, ‘Have Muslims misunderstood evolution?’ In two parts, scientific and theological, the programme involved five speakers, leaders in their respective fields, who paced back and forth with argument and counter argument.

Myriam Francois-Cerrah, the chair, opened the proceedings by observing that many in the field of science have tried to reconcile their gained technical knowledge on the subject of evolution with their faith. For some, this conflict shook their belief system while for others, as pointed out later in the day, it removed it entirely; hence the need for such a debate to take place.

Professor Ehab Abouheif of Biology Department, McGill University, began by defining evolution, simply, as change over time: descent with modification of organisms from common ancestors. The facts, he observed are not in dispute, rather, it is the question of theory, which processes took place and how.

Crucially, he addressed a common misunderstanding, that in evolution you don't transition from one species to another. That is to say the common belief that we originated from monkeys and apes, despite sharing extensive similarities, is an over simplification and inaccurate representation of evolution.

In contrast, Dr. Oktar Babuna opined that evolution is not a theory, rather a false religion. He observed that natural selection doesn't have evolutionary powers stating that mutations are harmful and do not generate new genetic information. By way of example he shared an illustration of how a starfish ‘evolves’ into a fish, asking for, and offering, a £5 million reward to anyone who can provide a transitional fossil to fit with that or any other evolutionary transition.

The applied biological anthropologist Fatimah Jackson, from the University of Maryland put her focus on how things change, not why. She observed our ability to trace back to the genetic Adam and the genetic Eve (in modern day Africa), raising the question whether they were the Adam and Eve spoken of in the religious scriptures. Fatimah also shared a brilliant diagram illustrating the shape of the forehead of the homo genus over time.

The first skull showed a flat, near horizontal, non-existent forehead, while the last showed our modern day foreheads. This increased area, she observed, is filled with our frontal lobe: ‘the emotional control centre and home to our personality’.

Fatimah then quotes a verse 16 from Surah Al-‘alaq: “A lying, sinning forelock”. In context from the preceding verses:

8: “Indeed, to your Lord is your return”

9: “Have you seen he who forbids?”

10: “A servant when he prays?”

11: “Have you seen if he is upon guidance?”

12: “Or enjoins righteousness?”

13: “Have you seen if he denies and turns away?”

14: “Does he know what God Almighty sees?”

15: “No, If he does not desist, We will surely drag him by the forelock”

16: “A lying, sinning forelock”

The implication of our specific make-up being that our frontal lobe, differing to all previous homo genus, is distinctive. We have greater cognitive ability. Thus, we as a creation, and those who abuse their authority in this life, won't be dragged by our arms, or legs, but by the very part of our body, the forelock, the forehead, where our cognitive abilities rest. What an interesting insight!

The polymath Dr. Usama Hasan asserted that evolution is in fact a Muslim theory. He quoted a number of classical scholars including Al-Jahiz, who wrote on the subject of common descent; Ibn Khaldun; then observing that even poets such as Rumi touched on the subject. In fact, he quoted John William Draper (d. 1882) “…the Mohammedan theory of evolution of mans from lower forms, or his gradual development to his present condition in the long lapse of time,” raising the question of why a scientist in the 19th century is referring to evolution as being a Muslim theory.

Usama further elaborated on a grave misunderstanding of the Quranic phrase, “Be, and it is” (36:82) giving the example of Prophet Jesus, who while we as Muslims believe did not have a father, he, like any child, grew in the womb of Prophet Mary. That is, he didn't simply appear out of thin air over night. Similarly, certain interpretations of evolution demonstrate the creation of humanity as we are today as a different understanding of ‘a miracle.'

He then shared that some scholars of the past opined that Adam and Eve, were in a Jannah (sometimes translated as paradise, but meaning a walled garden) on earth, citing Tabari and Ibn Kathir who collected such evidences.

Surprisingly, Sheikh Yasir Qadhi also agreed with evolution in every context except, he asserts, for humanity. Like Usama, he cited the Qur’an, the Hadith, and classical interpretation, stressing that humanity is the one exception to notion of evolution. He went further to observe, that if something is not included in the scriptures then there is nothing to prohibit it’s belief, including for example alien life forms.

Yasir went on to observe that many Muslims have misunderstood the subject area based on prejudice. He gave the example of how previous generations on the Indian sub-continent refused to learn English by way of protest, even though that knowledge would have been beneficial.

What does this mean?

As with any controversial subject, we need to look at the status quo, the accepted norm. For generations people have believed such and such and so our beliefs therefore cannot be questioned, for doing so would weaken them.

We can see this parallel when we look at attitudes towards women in society, on the one hand implying women shouldn’t leave the house, while knowing that women at the time of the Prophet did everything.

Another example is our attitude towards food, on the one hand insisting that only food slaughtered by Muslims (zabiha) is permissible for consumption, all the while the Quran asserts that halaal food includes the food of people of the book.

Elsewhere we see attitudes demonise pigs, even dogs, where while we do not eat the former in general, the Quran makes them lawful in certain circumstances.

The issue, sadly, is one of image, one which I’d venture to state is false, even delusionary. Consider a friend of mine who has set up a charity to fund schools and so educate children in Pakistan. She was scheduled to appear on a ‘Muslim’ tv channel but was told that she either covers her hair, or that she declares she is a non-Muslim. Her options are to either deceive the audience with an image that does not reflect who she is, or to reject Islam?

Similarly, when working in the non-profit sector in Bosnia many years ago, I remember orphan girls as young as five being told to cover their hair for a photograph which would be sent to a sponsor, all the while they would never actually wear a scarf otherwise. Someone, somewhere has decided that instead of reflecting life, we must reflect an interpretation of life, even if those who are being represented do not live by that interpretation. That is to say, we are lying to ourselves.

The worst part of this affair is the attitude of the Islamic Society at the University where this talk was initially scheduled for. Whether you agree or disagree with a subject, shunning it outright is not the correct ‘Islamic’ way – the Quran is full of verses which encourage us to seek knowledge, to question, to evaluate, to continually question.

Indeed one of Prophet Muhammad’s most profound hadiths reads, ‘Doubt is part of faith’ – that is to say that action by virtue of action does not amount to faith, but continually questioning the status quo to either strengthen or re-evaluate a position, does amount to faith. You would have thought that an Islamic Society at a higher institution of learning would understand this, instead - pity them - as it seems they prefer the world is flat theory to education.

By sustaining an ‘image’ of Islam we deliver the greatest injustice to humanity, indeed we neglect the very purpose of our being. Between an ideal (however that is defined) and an inquiry, there is a middle ground, it is called dialogue.

By refusing to support this conference, the University Islamic Society failed in its mission both as an organization at an institution of higher learning, and as for being ‘Islamic’ they substituted learning for absoluteness of arrogance.

Yet sadly, the vast majority of Muslims the world over have adopted the same position with regards to a number of subjects insisting on ‘Doing and believing as those before us did, blindly, without thought’ – the same thing that the Quran itself warns against.


Professor Ehab, Professor Fatimah and Dr. Usama all believe in an interpretation of evolution. Dr. Yasir believes in evolution for everything except for human beings. And Dr. Oktar does not believe in evolution. – Whichever one of these opinions you support, what matters is less the opinion but that you are open to discussion and discovery, without imposing your personal belief onto others. So while the subject of evolution continues to be debated, perhaps the greater learning from this conference is that it is Muslims themselves, metaphorically need to evolve. But even here, given the inquisitive nature of early Islam, you could argue that evolution is simply returning to the sunnah.
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