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Jumal on Koraanis öelnud:
 Tõesti, need, kes ei usu ja surevad uskmatutena – ka maatäit kulda ei võetaks nende ühegi käest vastu, kui mõni neist pakuks seda lunarahaks. Nad saavad piinarikka karistuse osaliseks ja neil ei ole ühtki abistajat.  (Koraan, 3:91)
See elu on meie ainus võimalus Paradiisi koha võitmiseks ning Põrgutulest põgenemiseks, sest kui keegi sureb uskmatuna, ei ole tal teist võimalust siia maailma tagasi tulla, et uskuda. Jumal on Koraanis uskmatute Viimse Kohtupäeva kohta öelnud:
Kui sa vaid näeksid seda, kui nad seisavad (Põrgu)tule ees ja ütlevad: „Kui me vaid saaksime (maailma) tagasi pöörduda! Me ei hülgaks meie Issanda märke, vaid oleksime ühed usklike seast!”  (Koraan, 6:27)
Kuid kellelgi ei ole seda teist võimalust.
Prohvet Muhammed   ütles: {Kõige õnnelikum inimene maailmas nende hulgast, kes on viimsel kohtupäeval tulle (põrgusse) määratud, kastetakse korraks tulle. Siis küsitakse temalt: „Aadama poeg, kas sa oled eales näinud midagi head? Kogenud õnnistust?” Ja ta vastab: „Ei, Issand, Jumala nimel mitte!”}1 
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(1) Edastatud Saheeh Muslim, #2807, ja Mosnad Ahmad, #12699. Tagasi (1) 

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Wise Words (Quotation & Inspirations)

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Wise Words (Quotation & Inspirations)
Do not take credit for what Allah has blessed you with; instead be mindful of how you use it.
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Quran’s Lesson - Surah Al-A’raf 7, Verse 24-25, Part 8

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Quran’s Lesson - Surah Al-A’raf 7, Verse 24-25, Part 8
قَالَ اهْبِطُوا بَعْضُكُمْ لِبَعْضٍ عَدُوٌّ ۖ وَلَكُمْ فِي الْأَرْضِ مُسْتَقَرٌّ وَمَتَاعٌ إِلَىٰ حِينٍ۔ قَالَ فِيهَا تَحْيَوْنَ وَفِيهَا تَمُوتُونَ وَمِنْهَا تُخْرَجُونَ۔
(Allah) said: “Get down, one of you an enemy to the other [i.e. Adam, Hawwa (Eve), and Shaitan (Satan), etc.]. On earth will be a dwelling-place for you and an enjoyment, - for a time.” He said: “Therein you shall live, and therein you shall die, and from it you shall be brought out (i.e. resurrected).”
اللہ نے کہا: تم اتر جاؤ، تم ایک دوسرے کے دشمن ہو اور تمہیں زمین میں ٹھہرنا اور ایک (مقررہ) وقت تک فائدہ (اٹھانا) ہے۔ اور فرمایا: تم اسی (زمین) میں زندہ رہو گے، اور اسی میں تم مرو گے اور (قیامت کے دن) اسی سے تم نکالے جاؤ گے۔
[Al-Quran 7:24, 25]

• Raising Ones Hands For Dua After The Prescribed Prayers


Invite to God
• Raising Ones Hands For Dua After The Prescribed Prayers
It has become a common practise amongst some people to always raise their hands after the Fardh prayers, in such a manner that the Imaam turns around and raises his hands to make dua and those who prayed behind him will do the same thing and they will make a collective dua.
Now many people probably know that this particular practise lacks evidence, but what many people dont know is that one should not raise their hands for dua after salah at all, whether it be a collective dua or a dua for yourself.
Some people will argue about this, and say, is not the end of the prayer a time that dua will be accepted? How can you say we shouldnt make dua? To those people I respond, ofcourse you can make dua, but as long as you do not raise your hands whilst doing so, since that has not been reported from the Prophet nor the Companions.
Lajnah ad-Daaimah:
"Dua after the prescribed prayers is not Sunnah if it is by raising ones hands, regardless if it is done by only the Imaam or by those who pray (individually) or whether it is done by everyone collectively. This is an innovation, due to the fact that it hasnt been reported from the Prophet nor his Companions. But as for making dua, without raising ones hands after Salah, then there is no harm in doing so, since there are some ahadeeth that report this."
(al-Ahaadeeth ad-Dhaeefah v. 1 p. 450)
Shaikh Bin Baaz:
"It has not been reported – to our knowledge – that the Prophet nor his companions would ever raise their hands in dua after the prescribed prayers, and due to this, we know that this practise is an innovation. As for dua without raising ones hands after the prescibed prayers then there is no problem in doing this. And dua after the voluntary prayer is prescribed even if one raised there hands, as long as it is not done regularly."
(Majmoo fataawa v. 11 p. 168)
Shaikh al-Albaanee:
"It is not authentically reported from the Prophet that he would raise his hands after the Prayer when he made dua."
(Silsilah al-Ahaadeeth adh-Dhaeefah v. 6 p. 60)
Shaikh Ibn Uthaymeen:
"My advice to the one who raises his hands after every prescribed prayer in dua, is to stop doing that, in order to follow the Sunnah and the guidance of the Prophet."
(Majmoo fataawa v. 13 p. 281)

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The Truth About the Age of Ayshah and Her Marriage to Muhammad

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The Truth About the Age of Ayshah and Her Marriage to Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him).
by Yusuf Estes
The Truth About the Age of Ayshah and Her Marriage to Muhammad
(peace and blessings be upon him).
Many things are being said about the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings
be upon him) these days. Some of the accusations are downright amazing and
chilling even to consider someone would say it, much less be involved in this
type of slander and smear campaign.
Let's consider some of the questions and what facts really exist about these
concerns. Let's set the record straight once and for all.
A Brief Overview of Basic Facts
What is the true historical evidence about the person life of prophet
Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him)? What was his life style? What about
his marriage to Khadijah (his first wife)? How did the offer of marriage to
Ayshah really take place? Who made the offer? Was there any coercion or
compulsion? What was her attitude? How did she reflect on it in later years?
What did she have to say about it all? How did she feel about their love and
intimacy?
He was the most honest and fair of all the people living
in his community. None was respected more for honesty, integrity, sobriety and
humbleness.
He had no bad habits and did not engage in drinking or
relations with women, although it was common place amongst his people.
He never took a girlfriend nor a mistress in his life and
never even attended parties or the like at anytime in his life.
His first personal encounter with a woman was his own
wife, Khadijah, and that was for marriage. He was 25 years old and she was 15
years older (40).
He was only married to Khadijah until her death at the age
of 65 years old.
There was a long time of mourning and sadness during which
he was offered marriage to several women of their families.
He did not accept the first offer of marriage to Ayshah
when her father had come to him with the proposal, instead he married an older,
large woman named Sawdah.
Ayshah had been offered in marriage and engaged prior to
being offered to the prophet, peace and blessings be upon him. That marriage
never took place.
When Ayshah was older, again her father offered her in
marriage and the proposal was accepted.
The whole family was happily involved and most elated in
having the prophet of God as their close relative through marriage.
Ayshah herself was very happy with this marriage as is
evidenced by the hundreds of teachings she later related after his death (peace
and blessings be upon him).
Details of Clear Proofs and Evidences
What is the truth behind of the age of prophet's wife, Ayesha?
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) did not go to Ayesha at all.
There was only the offer of marriage, never anything less than this - and the
offer was not from the prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) to
Ayesha - it was from her father to the prophet Muhammad (peace and
blessings be upon him).
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) never had sex
outside of marriage.
First of all, let us be crystal clear about a very important subject. The
prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) never had sex at all, until
after being married, at the age of 25, to a widowed woman, Khadijah, who was 15
years older than he was.
When his wife Khadijah died a number of people tried to encourage the prophet
(peace and blessings be upon him) to take another wife and get married again.
Ayshah's name was mentioned, but he chose to marry Sawdah, who was known for
her big size.
All of this is well documented and preserved in the annuls of Muslim scholars
for fourteen centuries.
How was Ayesha viewed by others at the time and throughout the
history of Islam?
She was highly respected as the daughter of Abu Bakr, a man known as
"As-Siddiq" (The one who verifies truth). Abu Bakr was the life long
friend of the prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) and the first
man to accept Islam after revelation of Quran started.
What was Ayesha like?
Ayesha was very intelligent and brilliant in her mind and excellent in
treatment of her parents. She was known to give full respect to her husband,
Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. She was once accused by some
hypocrites of immorality, but in her innocence she did not even know what she
was being accused of until her mother explained it to her. And it was Allah who
cleared her name forever, by mentioning her purity and innocence in the Quran
(Surah An-Nur chapter 24). She became the first of women scholars and teachers
of Islam. No other woman narrated as many hadiths as Ayesha.
Marriage offer first came from who?
Khawlah (a Muslim companion woman), suggested the marriage of Ayesha to the
prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). He did not accept it.
Who next offered her hand in marriage to the prophet (peace and
blessings be upon him)?
Abu Bakr had offered his daughter in marriage to someone else prior to the
offer made to the prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. Abu Bakr
sent his wife out to bring in his daughter to offer her in marriage to the
prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) and then she returned back outside to
play. The prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) did not accept even though
it was very much the custom of the time to accept such an offer of marriage
from someone as close as Abu Bakr was to the prophet, peace and blessings be
upon him. There is an ayah in the Quran related to this topic, in Surah
An-Nisa', chapter 4, verse 19 - telling us women cannot be inherited against
their will. This was the first time for such a ruling in favor of women and it came
about to protect women from the very thing people are now trying to accuse our
religion of supporting. The truth bears out over the falsehood, in this case
very clear.
What did Allah reveal in the Quran about forced marriages and child
brides (not old enough to be married)?
"O you who believe, it is for not legal for you to
inherit women against their will. And don't make it difficult for them so you
can take from what you have given them (marriage dowry) unless they commit open
immorality. And live with them in goodness (Al-Marufi). Because if you dislike
them, it could be you dislike something and Allah makes in it a lot of
"khair" (good)." [Noble Quran 4:19]
How long before the next offer of marriage by her father to the
prophet (peace and blessings be upon him)?
When Ayesha was a few years older, her father Abu Bakr, again had the mother
bring her into the house to offer her in marriage to the prophet, peace and
blessings be upon him. The prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) did accept
this offer made some years later, when Ayesha was old enough according to Islam
(able to bear children).
Was she now considered by Allah to be old enough for marriage?
Yes. This time is was accepted and plans for the marriage were set in place.
She tells us of the excitement, preparation and wonderful experience of her
being offered and accepted in marriage to the prophet (peace and blessings be
upon him) and their closeness and intimacy. All of this is described in the
most beautiful context with nothing left out and yet nothing disgusting - only
beauty and enjoyment as described in her own words. The lessons she taught have
helped married couples in Islam to know what the limits are and how to share
the most pleasure between a married couple in both physical and spiritual ways.
Did she want to be married to him?
Yes. She tells us this was exactly what she wanted all along. The hadiths
(narrations by Ayshah) are very clear about all details and must be read in
order to fully appreciate the fullness and completeness of their relationship
together.
How did she reply to her father's offer to the prophet, peace and
blessings be upon him?
She was very shy and said her silence was understood by her father that she was
indeed, accepting the proposal for marriage. This is mentioned by her, along
with other important information for Muslims to know about marriage proposals,
dowry and proper ways to approach the father or guardian of a woman with the
topic of marriage.
What was Ayshah's status after marrying the prophet (peace and
blessings be upon him)? (A Brief Overview)
No other woman was loved more by our prophet (peace and
blessings be upon him).
He wanted to die with his head in her lap (and he did).
They were in total love with each other the way everyone
would love to be in love.
Their romance is known to all of the Muslim world and how
much they really enjoyed each others company - always.
They planned on being together in Jannah.
She never said a single bad word against her husband
during his life, or after his death. Is there a woman living today who could
compare to this great woman?
What was the "norm" regarding the subject of marriage at
the time of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) and Ayesha?
Actually, the people of Arabia
had the
custom of marrying off any of their girls at the age of the beginning of their
monthly cycles.
Even the Arch Bishop of Canterbury would not have been blamed for marrying a
young girl back one hundred years or so as this was still accepted at that
time.
Consider the Catholic Church claims that Mary, may Allah's peace be on her, was
married to Joseph before having Jesus (peace and blessings be upon him) and her
age was just a year or two older than Ayshah's age, but Joseph was mentioned as
being in his 90's! (we do not have this story in Islam, because Mary is
considered a true virgin and never married and never had other children except
for Jesus Christ (peace and blessings be upon him).
The marriage of Ayesha to Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him)
is nothing less than the best love story ever written.
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet leaves much to be desired by comparison.
Consider the contrast and be honest in your conclusion:
Romeo and Juliet both were running around behind their
parents back - with someone whom they did not approve of at all - their
families were fighting each other in a feud and they forbid them to be together
at all.
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) was
being offered the hand of the daughter of his best friend, Abu Bakr in a
marriage environment. All of the family members were happy about this and had
approved of the marriage.
Romeo and Juliet had their affair in secrecy without the
benefit of clergy (not married).
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) and
Ayesha waited until after marriage and even after a courtship period described
in beautiful details by Ayesha herself.
Romeo and Juliet both committed suicide. According to
Judaism and Christianity as well as Islam - anyone who commits suicide will go
to Hell forever.
Ayesha and Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) both
believed in One God - the God of the Jews and the God of Christ (peace and
blessings be upon him) and they both preached a message of salvation through
direct repentance to Almighty God.
Above all, they will be together in the Paradise where they will live -
happily
ever after.
Honestly - Which one is the true romance story?
We pray to Allah to accept this humble effort to clarify misunderstandings
and remove doubts some people may entertain regarding the relationship of two
of the greatest personalities ever to come forth on this earth, ameen.
Dear reader, thank you for taking the time to read and review this important
subject and for keeping an open mind and heart regarding Islam's treatment of
women and marriage in general and the relationship of our prophet, peace and
blessings be upon him and his wife, Ayesha. If you would like to know more
about Islam (www.WhatsIslam.com)
or the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him (www.ProphetOfIslam.com)
or the status of Islam's women (www.IslamsWomen.com) please visit our websites or look for
other publications by the author.
According to the Priest of Saint Mary's Catholic Church:
"Mary was approximately 9 years old when she got pregnant with Jesus. Joseph, Mary's Husband is believed to be around 36. Mary was only 13 when she married Joseph.
When she first was arranged with Joseph she was between 7 to 9 years old." And According to the "Oxford Dictionary Bible" commentary, Mary Magdalene was 9 years old when she became impregnated
Please note that we Muslims love and respect Allah Almighty, Mary, Jesus and Allah's Messengers and prophets to the People of the Book (The Jews and Christians). In other words, we Muslims would never make fun of Christianity through such childish topic like this one as many ridiculous Christians do make fun of Islam through our Prophet's Muhammad (peace be upon him) marriage to Aisha (peace be upon her) .
God Bless you all.

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