الاثنين، 20 يونيو 2016

Ramadan 2015 Qur'anic Gems 3: Surat Al Baqarah verse 177 - Change of Qiblah ~ Dr. Yasir Qadhi

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‏‏‎Non-muslims who revert to Islam‎‏ و‏‎Walid Ahmed‎‏‏.
Martha Alamilla, 23, was born and raised in a Catholic family. Alamilla has always believed in a higher power but, she said, when she began to question some of the principles of the church, she found the answers proffered unsatisfactory.
“There was never a doubt in my mind that God existed,” she said one Friday following prayers at the mosque, “but there were always things that I would ask about my religion that didn’t make sense to me. I always got answers like, ‘well, because,’ and ‘it’s God and God is that way,’ and ‘because God said it was that way.’”
For Alamilla, who has a degree in industrial robotic engineering, these answers only drove her from the church in search of better answers.
Alamilla said that her original perception of Islam was one of terrorism and oppression, but in the course of studying the Koran and meeting Muslims, she discovered a belief system that answers the questions she has been asking.
“I realized it’s a beautiful religion. Everything about it makes sense,” Alamilla said. “There’s an answer to every single question the I’ve ever had in the Koran or in the Sunna.”
After studying Islam for six months, Alamilla officially converted in a ceremony called the Shahada, during which a person professes before two Muslim witnesses that, “There is no god but God and Muhammad is the prophet of God.”
Alamilla said that one of the most common misunderstandings about Islam is that the women are oppressed, aren’t allowed to express themselves and are forced to wear veils or cover themselves. In the course of her studies Alamilla said the she learned that wearing a veil or hijab is optional.
“Every single Muslim I’ve met is a wonderful person,” she said. “Not because they were necessarily born that way but because religion makes then that way.”
Alamilla has embraced her new faith, but revealing her decision to her Catholic family is another story. Her mother and brother know that she has been studying Islam, but she said she is not ready to tell them of her conversion.
“I want to prove to them first with my actions that I’ve changed as a person,” she said. “When I tell them that I’ve converted I want them to see that I’m still the same person but trying to be better.”
Standing off to the side, listening to Martha Alamilla describe her change of faith was Leslie Camarillo.
Camarillo faced a similar loss of faith in the Catholic Church and has been a practicing Muslim for three years. Camarillo said that from the time she was a child she questioned the doctrine of the church.
“I found a hypocrisy about the church when I was a child,” Camarillo said. “Every time I saw figures of fire and flames I was scared and afraid of God.”
Part of the hypocrisy could be found in the concept of the Trinity, she said.
“About this Trinity. How come God is so magnificent that he would want to be human and make himself die but still be immortal in heaven?” she asked rhetorically.
Camarillo doesn’t shy from sharing her personal search for a faith to believe in. Like Alamilla, she grew up in a Catholic household.
“I always thought about God,” Camarillo said in a subtle, quiet tone. “I always thought that there is a master or a God who created everything.”
“I tried many religions. Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity and many others,” she said. “I had a personal life that was like very liberal. I tried many drugs and stuff. It isn’t a bad thing for me because now I know what is good and what is wrong. … I promised myself that once I found a religion that truly answered all my questions without doubt, I will embrace it.”
Camarillo said she sees in Islam lessons she can share with others who are searching for something to believe in.
“I can advise other guys or girls who are searching around,” Camarillo said. “The main thing is that your connection with God is unique.”

The trials

‏‏‎Dr. Bilal Philips‎‏ مع ‏‎Dijae Allie Azim‎‏ و‏‏44‏ آخرين‏‏.
The trials human beings face in this life are not beyond their ability to handle. In fact, believing that our trails are too much to handle is similar to believing that Allah has not spoken the truth when he said, "Allah does not charge a soul except with that within its capacity. In order to reassure humankind of this, Allaah states this fact repeatedly in the Qur'aan. An example of His reassurance may be found in Al Baqarah (2):286 which says, "Allah does not charge a soul except with that within its capacity." Dr. Bilal Philips

Quran Gems & Miracles

Quran Gems & Miracles: Gems and Linguistic Miracles from Quran presented using Kinetic Typography

"How do you prove there's a God?" - Dawah Monthly Magazine

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Amazing Taraweeh 2011 [Full] 1st night + Dua'a @ USA ICSGV Qari Youssef Edghouch

Ask Huda Jun 17th 2014


تمت مشاركة ‏منشور‏ ‏‎iERA‎‏ من قبل ‏‎Koki Noor‎‏.
We have free dawah training courses in ‪#‎Glasgow‬ and ‪#‎Bristol‬ this weekend - don't miss this opportunity to learn how best to share the message of Islam in preparation for the ‪#‎GlobalDawahDay‬ on Saturday 5th July inshaa'Allah.
Saturday 21st June - Glasgow - www.missiondawah.com/call-duty-glasgow/
Sunday 22nd June - Bristol - www.missiondawah.com/call-duty-bristol/
This is an interactive course teaching you how to talk to non Muslims about Islam, convincingly and in a structured way. Learn what to do with all those uncomfortable questions that people always ask. Build your confidence to become a true dawah leader in your community.

if God existed

Mission Dawah
This man was not sure if God existed, we explained to him the example of building: can a building come together by itself or does it need a designer. In the same way the complexity of man and the Universe can't be a product of chance and must have a Creator, he took away materials to read may Allah guide him. ‪#‎WhatsYourGoal‬


Read in the name of your Lord

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has taught man that which he knew not.” Quran, Chapter of Al‘alaq, verses 1-5
These are the first words of Quran revealed to Prophet Muhammad (May Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him). They began a tradition that became embedded in Islam. Read, seek knowledge, and know your Creator.

Respiration & Size of Insects

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Respiration & Size of Insects
Insects do not have two lungs like man; rather they breathe by means of tubes. If insects were any larger than they are, these tubes would not be able to provide sufficient respiration for the creature’s body size. Hence, there is no insect that is larger than a few inches, and the insect’s wings are not very long. This limitation on the growth of insects puts a control on them and prevents them from dominating the Earth. Were it not for this natural control, man could not survive on Earth. Imagine an ordinary man meeting an insect bigger than a lion or a spider of that size!
[from “Scientific Miracles in the Oceans & Animals” by “Yusuf Al-Hajj Ahmad”, published by Darussalam, 2010]


Experience shared by a Non Muslim brother.

تمت إضافة ‏‏4‏ من الصور الجديدة‏ من قبل ‏معز سيد‏ — مع ‏‎MeLoco Akier Daez‎‏.
Experience shared by a Non Muslim brother.
May Allah guide him to Islam

Quran Recitation Really beautiful amazing crying

Recitation of Quran by sheikh Abdulbasit Abdulsamad الشيخ عبدالباسط عبدالصمد

Mishari Alafasy - Sourate Al Furqâne [63-77] ( Apaisement garanti ! )

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La gracia, la fe y las obras (Todas las partes) - La religión del Islam

Recitation in Taraweeh Prayer 1434 AH - Moftah Assultany

série audio : Les trésors du Coran - Français - Abdel-Malik Al-Faransi

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Words that come out of the heart

كلمات تنبع من القلب..
I bear witness that there is no diety but Allah.. Words that come out of the heart..

Hadeeth: Tawakkul

Hadeeth: Tawakkul
It is imperative that a person realizes that Tawakkul does not mean leaving the actions that are necessary to achieve one’s goal. On the contrary, Tawakkul necessitates that a person strives with all efforts & in all permissible ways to achieve what is desired, all the while realizing that such efforts will not produce the desired results unless Allaah has already Willed it.
Anas bin Maalik رضي الله عنه said: “A man said: ‘O Messenger of Allaah, should I tie it (the camel) and make tawakkul, or let it go free and make tawakkul?' He صلى الله عليه وسلم said: “Tie it and make tawakkul.” [At-Tirmidhee (2517) and graded as “Hasan” (good) by Shaikh al-Albaanee]


دار الاسلام
20 يونيو، 2013A believer is friendlyOne day an old pious Bedouin came to Medina. At the time of Prayers he began to make ‘wudu’ but he was making his wudu incorrectly. Hassan (rta) and Hussain (rta) saw the old man making ‘wudu’ wrong and they wanted to correct him. They didn’t want to offend him or make him feel insulted, so they came up with a plan. They went to the old man and said, "My brother and I disagree over who amongst us performs ‘wudu’ the best. Would you mind watching us make ‘wudu’, and be the judge to see which one of us indeed performs 'wudu' more correctly? Could you please correct us wherever we are wrong?" The man watched carefully trying to judge who is better. In the end he understood what was going on and said "By Allah, I did not know how to perform ‘wudu’ before this. You have both taught me how to do it correctly."This incident has been preserved carefully in many Islamic history books as it highlights the way Muslims must behave when they want to correct someone. There are also many verses in Quran and also Hadith that touch this particular topic. For example:Abu Hurairah (rta) narrated that the Prophet said, "A believer is friendly, and there is no good in one who is neither friendly nor is treated in a friendly way." (Tirmidhi 4995; and Ahmad)

Christ preaching:

Christ preaching:
“From that time on Jesus began to preach, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has come near.”
– Matthew 4:17.
“Then Jesus began to denounce the towns in which most of his miracles had been performed, because they did not repent.”
– Bible : Matthew 11: 20.
“They went out and preached that people should repent.”
– Bible : Mark 6 : 12.
“I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.”
– Bible : Luke 5: 32.
Paul Preaching :
 No Crucifixion! — No Christianity! 
"If Christ be not risen from the dead, then our preaching is vain, and your faith is also vain." (1 Corinthians 15:14)
Truth Stands out clear From Error.

which one is more important and good to me??????.

"Converts to Islam"
Some people hate me because am an igbo Muslim, but Allah love's me because am an igbo Muslim, please which one is more important and good to me??????. Prudly Igbo Muslim Revert and insha-Allahu l will die a Muslim. Thanks to u all and HAPPY RAMADAN KAREEM.

A masjid in Africa,

Mohsin Hasan Mumtaz
13 ساعة
A masjid in Africa, Ma sha Allaah