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Her menses has ended; can she wear the clothes that she was wearing during her period?
I had my period. Is it permissible for me, after the period ends, to put on the clothes that I was wearing during my period or must I purify them again?
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Praise be to Allaah.
There is nothing wrong with a woman whose period has ended putting on the clothes that she was wearing whilst menstruating, so long as they are still clean and pure and none of the menstrual blood got on them.
But if some of the menstrual blood got onto the clothes, then the place where it is must be washed before praying in them. A woman came to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and said: Menstrual blood may get onto the clothes of any one of us; what should she do with it? He said: “She should scratch it, then rub it with water, then wash it, then pray in it.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari (227) and Muslim (291).
So the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) enjoined purifying the clothes before praying in them.
And Allaah knows best.
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HOW THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD TREATED HIS WIVES
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Aisha radiallaahu 'anhaa said:
That she accompanied the Prophet on a certain journey.
At that time she was a mere girl and was neither fat nor bulky.
The Prophet asked the people to move on, and they marched ahead.
Then the Prophet said to me, 'Come on, let us have a race'.
Aisha says that she ran and remained much ahead of him.
The Prophet kept quiet for some time.
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Again she accompanied the Prophet on some journey.
The Prophet again asked the people to march ahead, and they moved ahead.
Then the Prophet again asked her to have a race with him.
This time the prophet defeated her and she lagged behind.
Now the prophet laughed and said, 'This is in reply to our previous defeat'
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[Ahmad, Safwat al Safwah Vol I p68]
[Abu Dawood, Book 14, Hadith 2572]
[Ibn Majah , Hadith no. 2010, Sound by Albani in Irwa]
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Moses foretells of Muhammad's (PBUH) coming
-Originally composed and Authored by Late Ahmed Deedat.
(May Allah reward him Jannath Al Firdause, Ameen.)
"I (God) will raise them up a Prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee (moses), and will put my words in his mouth; and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him."
Bible, Deuteronomy 18:18
There are many verses in the Old Testament that predict the coming of Jesus (pbuh). This one, however, is not one of them. This can be clearly seen from the following points:
a) Like unto moses
Muslims believe in all of the previous prophets. They make no distinction between them, nor do they place one above the others in piety. However, they are all human, and as humans they differ from one another in their characteristics. Let us compare these characteristics:
1) Both Christians and Muslims agree that both Moses and Muhammad (pbut) had fathers and mothers. They both also believe that Jesus (pbuh) had only a mother and no father. Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
2) Both Moses and Muhammad (pbut) married and begat children. Jesus (pbuh) never married nor had any offspring. Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
3) Moses (pbuh) was accepted by the Jews and to this day, as a nation, they accept him as their prophet. Muhammad (pbuh) was accepted by his people, and as a nation, over one billion Muslims around the world accept him as the prophet of Allah. Jesus (pbuh), however, was rejected by his people (the Jews) as stated in the Christian's own Bible: "He (Jesus) came unto his own, but his own received him not" (John 1:11) Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
4) Both Moses and Muhammad (pbut) were kings on Earth in the sense that they had the ultimate power of government, the power to inflict capital punishment. When the Jews brought before Moses (pbuh) the Israelite who had been caught collecting firewood on the Sabbath, Moses had him stoned to death (Numbers 15:36). Muhammad (pbuh) had similar authority. When a woman came before him confessing (with no witnesses) to having committed adultery, he gave her a chance to consider the severity of her claim and the punishment she would receive. When she insisted, he ordered her stoned to death and ordered his companions to respect her for her sincere repentance. Jesus (pbuh), however, explicitly refuted the claim that he had a kingdom on earth. When he was dragged before the Roman Governor Pontious Pilate with a charge of sedition he said: (John 18:36) "Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence." Jesus (pbuh) would not resort to lying to save his skin. Thus, he had no earthly kingdom. Further, in John 8:1-7 we read the story of the woman who was taken in adultery by the Jews and brought before Jesus (pbuh). They were hoping to trap him by either having him contradict the laws of Moses (pbuh) by not stoning her, or by placing him in a bad position with the Roman empire by taking the law into his own hands and ordering her stoned. Jesus cleverly extracted himself from this predicament by commanding them: "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her." So the woman was set free. Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
5) Both Moses and Muhammad (pbut) came with a new and comprehensive set of laws for their people. The law brought by prophet Moses was named the Judaic Law, and the law brought by prophet Muhammad was named the Shari'ah. Jesus (pbuh) however, as witnessed by Matthew, claimed to have not introduced any new laws, but to have come to renew the law of Moses (pbuh) and to have neither added nor subtracted from it. In Matthew 5:17-18 we read: "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled." Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
6) Moses lead his people in a secret mass exodus from their hometown to Median in an attempt to flee the persecution of their enemies. Muhammad (pbut) too emigrated with his followers from their home town to Madinah in secret in order to flee the torture of their enemies. Jesus, however, never led his followers in a any sort of mass exodus from their hometowns . Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
7) Moses was victorious over his enemies both morally as well as physically. Pharaoh was defeated by Moses and all of his army were drowned in the sea. Muhammad (pbuh) too met his enemies in battle and defeated them all. This too was a moral as well as a physical victory. Jesus (pbuh) on the other hand is claimed in the Bible to have been crucified by his enemies. Thus, his victory was only a moral one. Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
8) Both Moses and Muhammad (pbut) died natural deaths. Jesus (pbuh), is claimed by the Christians to have died violently on the cross. Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
9) Both Moses and Muhammad (pbut) lie buried in the ground. Jesus (pbuh), however, is claimed by the Christians to abide in heaven. Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
10) Most Christians claim that Jesus (pbuh) is God. No Christian or Muslim, however, claims that Moses or Muhammad (pbut) was God. Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
11) Both Moses and Muhammad (pbuh) began their prophetic missions at the age of forty. The Bible tells us that Jesus (pbuh) began at thirty. Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
12) Christians claim that Jesus (pbuh) was resurrected after his death. Neither Muslims nor Christians claim that Moses or Muhammad was resurrected. Therefore, Muhammad is like Moses, but Jesus is unlike Moses.
There are many additional points that could be mentioned but we will suffice with these for now.
b) Cannot be a Jew
Well, is Muhammad (pbuh) the only prophet who is "Like unto Moses"? For example, what about Jesus (pbuh)? Well, we should then notice that Jesus (pbuh) was a Jew,
"Then saith the woman of Samaria unto him, How is it that thou (Jesus), being a Jew, askest drink of me, which am a woman of Samaria?"
John 4:9
and the Bible specifically denies that this awaited prophet will be a Jew. We are told that in Deuteronomy:
"And there arose NOT a prophet since in Israel LIKE unto Moses."
Deuteronomy 34:10
This awaited prophet, however, must be "LIKE unto thee (Moses)." So he will come from OUTSIDE of Israel.
c) Is from the BRETHREN of the Jews
If this prophet can not be a Jew, then what is left? In this verse, God speaks to Moses (pbuh) about the Jews as a racial entity. The awaited prophet is claimed to not be "from the Jews" or "from among themselves" but rather "from among their (the Jew's) brethren." Who are the brethren of the Jewish nation? The Jews are the sons Jacob, the son of Isaac, the son of Abraham. Isaac's older brother was Ishmael, the father of the Arabs. Thus, the brethren of the Jewish nation is the nation of the Arabs. This statement is further reinforced by the following definition of "Brethren" in the Hebrew Dictionary of the Bible:
"personification of a group of tribes who were regarded as near kinsmen of the Israelites."
Muhammad in the Bible, Jamal Badawi, p. 16
Please compare this expression with that of the Qur'an:
"Indeed Allah has conferred a great favor upon the believers (Muslims) when He sent among them a messenger from among themselves, reciting unto them His verses, purifying them and teaching them the Book and wisdom; although before that they were in manifest error."
The noble Qur'an, Aal-Umran(3):164
There has come unto you (O Muslims) a messenger from among yourselves (Muhammad, pbuh). It grieves him that you should receive any injury or difficulty, full of concern for you, for the believers [he is] full of pity, kind and merciful.
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Alguns dos maiores equívocos que muitos não-muçulmanos cometem sobre o Islã têm a ver com a palavra “Allah.” Por várias razões, muitas pessoas passaram a acreditar que os muçulmanos adoram um Deus diferente dos cristãos e judeus. Isso é totalmente falso, uma vez que “Allah” é simplesmente a palavra árabe para “Deus” – e só existe Um Deus. Para que não haja dúvidas, os muçulmanos adoram o Deus de Noé, Abraão, Moisés, Davi e Jesus – que a paz esteja sobre todos eles. Entretanto, é certamente verdade que os judeus, cristãos e muçulmanos têm conceitos diferentes de Deus Todo-Poderoso. Por exemplo, os muçulmanos – como os judeus - rejeitam as crenças cristãs da Trindade e da Encarnação Divina. Isso, entretanto, não significa que cada uma dessas três religiões adore um Deus diferente - porque, como já dissemos, existe apenas Um Verdadeiro Deus. O Judaísmo, o Cristianismo e o Islã reivindicam ser “Fés Abrâmicas”, e todas elas são classificadas como “monoteístas.” Entretanto, o Islã ensina que outras religiões têm, de um jeito ou de outro, distorcido e anulado uma crença pura e correta em Deus Todo-Poderoso ao negligenciar Seus ensinamentos verdadeiros e misturá-los com idéias feitas pelo homem.
Primeiro, é importante notar que “Allah” é a mesma palavra que os cristãos e judeus que falam árabe usam para Deus. Se você pegar uma Bíblia árabe, você verá a palavra “Allah” sendo usada onde “Deus” é usado em português. Isso é porque “Allah” é a palavra em língua árabe equivalente a palavra em português “Deus” com “D” maiúsculo. Adicionalmente, a palavra “Allah” não pode ter plural, um fato que anda de mãos dadas com o conceito islâmico de Deus.
É interessante notar que a palavra aramaica “El”, que é a palavra para Deus na língua que Jesus falava, é certamente mais semelhante em som à palavra “Allah” do que a palavra em português “Deus.” Isso também é verdadeiro para as várias palavras hebraicas para Deus, que são “El” e “Elah”, e a forma plural ou glorificada “Elohim.” A razão para essas similaridades é que o aramaico, o hebraico e o árabe são todas línguas semitas com origens comuns. Também deve ser notado que ao traduzir a Bíblia para outros idiomas, o palavra hebraica “El” é traduzida de várias formas como “Deus”, “deus” e “anjo”! Essa linguagem imprecisa permite que tradutores diferentes, baseados em suas noções pré-concebidas, traduzam a palavra para adequá-la às suas próprias opiniões. A palavra árabe “Allah” não apresenta essa dificuldade ou ambigüidade, uma vez que é usada somente para Deus Todo-Poderoso. Adicionalmente, em português, a única diferença entre “deus”, significando um deus falso, e “Deus”, significando o Único Verdadeiro Deus, é o “D” maiúsculo. Devido aos fatos mencionados acima, uma tradução mais precisa da palavra “Allah” em português seria “O Único Deus” ou “O Único Verdadeiro Deus.”
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“I know it’s Haram but … I love Him!!” This is the answer that some sisters give when they tell them that having bf is Haram in Islam. So this is a message for everyone of them:
“Dear sister, generally, a Muslimah should only love the man she will accept to marry because of his commitment to his deen! The more he will be closed to Allah, the more she should love him.
What about you? Why do you love him? Is it because of his sweet love words? Be certain that they are nothing but shaytaan whispers!! Is it because of his promises of marriage? If he really wants you, he would be a real man and come to your house to ask for your hand in marriage… If he is a real man, he would approach your Wali not you!! Have you ever asked yourself if he truly loves you? Because if he truly does, then he wouldn’t let you face hell !! True love is when you pray to be gathered in Jannah with the one you love! That’s true love, and it only comes with Halal, after marriage!
Have you ever asked yourself if he would let his sister have boyfriend? A real Muslim man would have jealousy on his Maharim (his mother, sister, wife…) and if he has no Jealousy, so he is “dayouth”as Prophet Muhammad SallaAllahu 'Alaihi wasallam described this type of man! If he would let his sister to have bf, then you will know his true value, but if he would refuse to let her have bf then you will know your true value in his sight!!
Dear sister, know that no matter how much he “loves” you in this Dunya , he will hate you 1000X more than that in the Akhirah. YES!!He will HATE you, he will blame you for your relationship when he will be between the Hands of Allah, and he will beg for you to be thrown into the fire instead of him!
Allaah says in Qur’an :"Al Akhillaa (Friends/the lovers who had forbidden relationships) on that Day will be foes one to another(they will be like enemies) except Al-Muttaqun (the ones who feared Allah) "( 43:67)
Is that the kind of love you want? A temporary feeling you get in Dunya, a feeling inspired by Shaytaan which turn to hate in Akhirah?!! Do you love Allah sister? Because 2 kinds of love would never be together in a believer’s heart : haram love and love of the Lord of the Worlds!
Dear, please wake up before it’s too late, you still have time to make things right, leave this Haram relationship right now! Leave it for Allaah .. Wallahi the price HE will grant you will be greater than you have ever thought… Just make that step today before tomorrow.
(This even applies vice versa)