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When Muslims live this meaning,Life will be totally different. Do you agree?

‏‏قناة الهدى ‏ مع ‏‎Moni Madjalis‎‏ و‏‏12‏ آخرين‏‏.
When Muslims live this meaning,Life will be totally different.
Do you agree?

* In Islam Dowry (mahr) is for women and not for men *

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* In Islam Dowry (mahr) is for women and not for men *
What the book of Allah told abt Dowry (Mahr) ---
“And give to the women(whom u marry) their Mahr(obligatory bridal money given by the husband to his wife at the time of marriage) with a good heart; but if they, of their own good pleasure, remit any part of it to you, take it, and enjoy it without fear of any harm (as law has made it lawful)”
[Al-Nisa(The Women):04]
Urdu/Hindi Translation ---
“Aur aurton ko unke mahr raazi-khushi se de do,haan agar wo khud apni khushi se mahr ka kuch hissa chor den to ise shouq se khush ho kar kha lo”

`Isa commanded the Worship of Allah Alone, then the People differed after Him

‏‏ لا إله إلاَّ الله‏ مع ‏‎Fatimah Bint Abu‎‏ و‏‏43‏ آخرين‏‏.
`Isa commanded the Worship of Allah Alone, then the People differed after Him

Allah said;
(And verily, Allah is my Lord and your Lord. So worship Him. That is the straight path.) Among those things which `Isa said to his people while he was in his cradle is that Allah was his Lord and their Lord, and he commanded them to worship Him alone. He said,
(So worship Him. That is the straight path.) Meaning, "That which I have come to you with from Allah is the straight path.'' This means that the path is correct; whoever follows it will be rightly guided and whoever opposes it will deviate and go astray. Allah's statement,
(Then the sects differed,) means that the opinions of the People of the Book differed concerning `Isa even after the explanation of his affair and the clarification of his situation. They disagreed about his being the servant of Allah, His Messenger, and His Word that He cast upon Maryam and a spirit from Himself. So a group of them -- who were the majority of the Jews (may Allah's curses be upon them) -- determined that he was a child of fornication and that his speaking in his cradle was merely sorcery. Another group said that it was Allah Who was speaking (not `Isa). Others said that he (`Isa) was the son of Allah. Some said that he was the third part of a divine trinity with Allah. Yet, others said that he was the servant of Allah and His Messenger. This latter view is the statement of truth, which Allah guided the believers to. A report similar with this meaning has been reported from `Amr bin Maymun, Ibn Jurayj, Qatadah and others from the Salaf (predecessors) and the Khalaf (later generations). Allah said,
(so woe unto the disbelievers from the meeting of a great Day.) This is a threat and severe warning for those who lie about Allah, invent falsehood and claim that He (Allah) has a son. However, Allah has given them respite until the Day of Resurrection, and He has delayed their term out of gentleness and confident reliance upon His divine decree overcoming them. Verily, Allah does not hasten the affair of those who disobey Him. This has been related in a Hadith collected in the Two Sahihs,
(Verily, Allah gives respite to the wrongdoer until He seizes him and he will not be able to escape Him.) Then, the Messenger of Allah recited the Ayah,
(Such is the punishment of your Lord when He punishes the towns while they are doing wrong. Verily, His punishment is painful, (and) severe.) ﴿11:102﴾ In the Two Sahihs it is also reported that the Messenger of Allah said,
(No one is more patient with something harmful that he hears than Allah. Verily, they attribute to Him a son, while He is the One Who provides them sustenance and good health.) Allah says,
(And many a township did I give respite while it was given to wrongdoing. Then I punished it. And to me is the (final) return (of all).) ﴿22:48﴾ Allah, the Exalted, also says,
(Consider not that Allah is unaware of that which the wrongdoers do, but He gives them respite up to a Day when the eyes will stare in horror.)﴿14:42﴾ This is the reason that Allah says here,
(So woe unto the disbelievers from the meeting of a great Day.) referring to the Day of Resurrection. It has been related in an authentic Hadith that is agreed upon (in Al-Bukhari and Muslim), on the authority of `Ubadah bin As-Samit who said that the Messenger of Allah said,
(Whoever testifies that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah alone, Who has no partners, and that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger, and that `Isa was Allah's servant and Messenger, and His Word that He cast upon Maryam, and a spirit from Him, and that Paradise and Hell are both real, then Allah will admit him into Paradise regardless of whatever he did.)
(38. How clearly will they see and hear, the Day when they will appear before Us! But the wrongdoers today are in plain error.) (39. And warn them of the Day of grief and regrets, when the case has been decided, while (now) they are in a state of carelessness, and they believe not.) (40. Verily, We will inherit the earth and whatsoever is thereon. And to Us they all shall be returned.)AS

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Can We See God?
The question of whether God may be seen in this life by Prophets, saints, and the average laymen, and whether He may be seen in the Hereafter.
The human mind is a true marvel, but in certain areas it is limited. God is different from anything the human mind can think of or imagine, so the mind will become confused if it tries to picture God. Nevertheless, it is possible to understand the attributes of God that do not require one to make any mental pictures of Him. For example, one of God’s names is al-Ghaffar, which means He forgives all sins. Everyone can understand this easily because that is how the human mind can think of God. Jewish and Christian teachings on God are confused partly because of incorrect understanding of this issue. The Jewish Torah teaches God is like man,
“Then God said, ‘Let us make man in our image, after our likeness…so God made man in His own image.’” (Genesis 1:26-27)
Moreover, certain churches contain statues or images of an old white bearded man depicting God. Some of these were produced by the likes of Michelangelo who depicted the Face and Hand of a god – a tough looking old man - in paintings.
Rendering images of God in Islam is an impossibility, and amounts to disbelief, as God tells us in the Quran that nothing resembles Him:
“There is nothing like Him, but He is All-Hearing, All-Seeing.” (Quran 42:11)
“There is nothing comparable to Him.” (Quran 112:4)
The Request of Moses to See God
Eyes can not bear the vision of God. He tells us in the Quran:
“Vision cannot grasp Him, but His Grasp is over all vision.” (Quran 6:103)
Moses, to whom God spoke and gave great miracles, was chosen by God to be His Prophet. It is said that he thought that, since God used to speak to him, he might be able to actually see God. The story is in the Quran, where God tells us what happened:
“And when Moses arrived at Our appointed time and his Lord spoke to him, he said, ‘My Lord, show me (Yourself) that I may look at You.’ (God) said, ‘You will not see Me, but look at the mountain; if it should remain in place, then you will see Me.’ But when his Lord appeared to the mountain, He rendered it level, and Moses fell unconscious. And when he awoke, he said, ‘Exalted are You! I have repented to You, and I am the first of the believers.’” (Quran 7:143)
God made it clear that no-one, including the great prophet Moses, can bear the sight of the divine, for God is too great to be grasped by human eyes in this life. According to the Quran, Moses realized his request was in error; therefore, he sought forgiveness from God for having asked.
Did Prophet Muhammad See God In This Life?
Prophet Muhammad traveled in a miraculous journey through the heavens and met God. People thought that since Prophet Muhammad spoke to God in that journey, he probably saw God too. One of the companions, Abu Dahrr, asked him about it. The Prophet replied:
“There was only light, how could I see Him?” (Saheeh Muslim)
What was the light he saw? The Prophet explained:
“Surely, God does not sleep nor is it befitting for Him to sleep. He is the one who lowers the scales and raises them. The deeds of the night go up to Him before the deeds of the day and those of the day before those of the night, and His veil is light.” (Saheeh Muslim)
Visions of God in Spiritual Experiences
Some people, including some who claim to be Muslims, report spiritual experiences where they claim to have seen God. Common reported experiences also include seeing light, or a magnificent being seated on a throne. In the case of Muslims, such an experience is usually accompanied by dropping basic Islamic practices like salah and fasting, under the mistaken opinion that such practices are only for common people who had not had their type of experience.
So what does Islam teach about this? Islam teaches us that it is Satan who pretends to be God to deceive ignorant people who believe in such experiences and go astray. One of the fundamental foundations of Islam is that the law revealed to Prophet Muhammad cannot be changed or canceled. God neither makes lawful for some what He has made unlawful for others, nor does He communicate His Law through such experiences to people. Rather, divine law is revealed through the proper channel of revelation to the prophets, a channel that was closed after the advent of the prophet Muhammad, the last of God’s prophets.
Seeing God in Afterlife
In Islamic doctrine, God cannot be seen in this life, but the believers will see God in the next life; even then, God will not be grasped in totality. This is stated clearly in the Quran and the Sunnah. The Prophet said,
“The Day Of Resurrection is the first day any eye will look at God, the Mighty and Exalted.”[1]
Describing the events of Resurrection Day, God states in the Quran:
“On that day some faces will be bright, looking at their Lord.” (Quran 75:22-23)
The Prophet was asked if we will see God on the Day of resurrection. He replied, “Are you harmed by looking at the moon when it is full?”[2] ‘No,’ they replied. Then he said, “Surely, you will see Him likewise.” In another hadith the Prophet said, “Surely, each of you will see God on the day when you shall meet Him, and there will be no veil or translator between Him and you.”[3] Seeing God will be a favor that is additional to Paradise on the people who will dwell therein. As a matter of fact, the joy of seeing God for a believer will be greater than the all the joys of Paradise combined together. The unbelievers, on the other hand, will be deprived of seeing God, and this will be greater punishment for them than all the pain and suffering of Hell combined together.

Whoever wishes to be kept away from the Fire and admitted to Paradise

It also includes treating other people the way one wishes to be treated. The Prophet, peace be upon him, said:
مَنْ أَحَبَّ أَنْ يُزَحْزَحَ عَنِ النَّارِ وَيَدْخُلَ الْجَنَّةَ فَلْتُدْرِكُهُ مَنِيَّتُهُ وَهُوَ مُؤْمِنٌ بِاللَّهِ وَالْيَوْمِ الآخِرِ، وَيَأْتِي عَلَى النَّاسِ مَا يُحِبُّ أَنْ يُؤْتَى إِلَيْهِ
Whoever wishes to be kept away from the Fire and admitted to Paradise should have death overtake him while he believes in Allah and the Last Day and should treat people the way he wants them to treat him.
[Sahih Muslim, Book 020, Number 4546, Da'eef]

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No matter how good or bad you think life is

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No matter how good or bad you think life is, wake up each day and be thankful for life. There's someone somewhere else fighting to survive.
Allah knows what is better for us. He sends us things to makes us stronger and to get close to him. He knows what will harm us and he makes those things far away for you.
Whenever Allah gives a blessing to a servant, and then Allah takes it away from the servant, and the servant patiently endures his loss, then Allah rewards the Servant with a blessing which is better than the one Allah took away. [Omar bin Abdul Azeez]
The greater reward comes with the greater trial. When Allah loves a person He tests them; whoever accepts that, will earn divine pleasure and whoever is discontent with that will earn divine wrath.' [Tirmidhi 2396]
Imam ibn Al Qayyim said: The ibtilaa’ (testing) of the believer is like medicine for him. It cures him from illness. Had the illness remained it would destroy him or diminish his reward and level (in the hereafter). The tests and the trials extract these illnesses from him and prepare him for the perfect reward and the highest of degrees (in the life to come).
Ali ibn Abi Talib, may Allah be pleased with his said: In times of calamities, if you are patient, the decree of Allah will take place and you will be rewarded. But if you are not patient, the decree of Allah will take place and you will be sinful. Therefore, your only Islamic and logical choice would be to tolerate and be patient. Trying to remove this calamity or solving it does not mean you are not patient. On the contrary, you should do your level best to remove it while accepting the consequences, knowing that it is from Allah.
"When Allah wants good for His slave, He occupies him with work.” The Companions asked, “And how does He occupy him with work?” The Prophet said, “He grants him the ability and opportunity to do righteous deeds before his death, then He takes his soul in that state.” (Ahmad)
No matter how much you're going through or how much hope you lost and how confused you were in what to do. Allah (SWT) was the one who took you out of that situation or he will after he tests your patience and faith in him or maybe he just wants to take something away from you to replace it with something better. Allah knows best. He knows whats best for you, it may not seem like it but the pieces of the puzzle connect at the end. Always have faith in Allah because he only can do anything, everything is possible to him. Pray to him everyday, repent everyday, and make sure you thank him everyday also. Imagine waking up tomorrow with just what you thanked Allah for today? Alhamdulillah for everything. SubhanAllah how the creator can change your life in just a day :)
When you feel like you're running out of blessings to count, start counting every breath you take! Everything decreed for a believer is good for him
Sorrow and grief always come and go, sometimes very unexpectedly. Whatever the situation is, may Allah keep you firm and patient. May He relieve you from what's burdening ur heart and guide you to what is best. I pray the same for myself and everyone. When times are hard, for whatever reason, when our hearts are affected, it means we're alive. So Alhamdulillah for that. Inshaallah khayr with everything 

A Visit To Allah (swt) ᴴᴰ || Inspiring Speech

What to say and when to say!

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What to say and when to say!
● Starting to do something - Say BISMILLAH
● Intending do do something - IN SHA ALLAH
● Something is being praised - SUBHAN ALLAH
● In pain and distress - YA ALLAH
● Expressing appreciation - MASHA ALLAH
● Thanking someone - JAZAK ALLAH
● Awakening from sleep - LAA ILAAHA ILALLAH
● Taking an oath - WALLAH BILLAH
● Someone else sneezes - YARHAMUK ALLAH
● Repenting for a sin - ASTAGHFIRULLAH
● Giving charity - FI-SABI-LILLAH
● Having love for someone - LIHUB-BULLAH
● Getting married - AMAN-TU-BILLAH
● Parting from someone - FI-AMAAN ALLAH
● Problems appear - TAWAK-KALTU-AL-ALLAH
● Unpleasantness appears - NA-UZU-BILLAH
● Pleasantness appears - FATA BARAKALLAH
● Participating in prayer - AMEEN
● Death message is received - INNA-LILLAHI-WA INNA-ILAIHI-RAJI-UN

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