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La dissipation de la tristesse après la mort d’un proche 2/2 - Français - Soufiane Abou Ayoub

Le mois de Muharram et le jour de Achoura - Français - Fahd Salem Bahammam

How many parents are killing their kids?

l’obligation d’accomplir la prière en commun - Français - Abdulaziz Ibn Abdillah Ibn Baz

“Christ did not die for the sins of the people”: Head of German Catholic Bishops’ Conference on TV

*Ҳиндистон тарихидан лавҳа*

*Ҳиндистон тарихидан лавҳа*
Шайх Ризоллоҳ Бадовиний 1857 йил инглиз босқинчиларига қарши қўзғолонда иштирок этиш айби билан ўзларининг шогирдларидан бўлган инглиз ҳокими олдида маҳкамага тортиладилар. Шунда инглиз ҳокими шайхнинг дўстларидан бири орқали у кишига қўйилаётган айбни инкор этишларини илтимос қилади, токи оқланиб озод этилишлари учун. Шайх бундай илтимосни рад этиб: мен инглизларга қарши чиқишда иштирок этганман, қандай қилиб инкор этаман?!, дейдилар. Бу каби айбнинг жазоси ўлим бўлгани туфайли ҳоким шайхни ўлимга ҳукм қилишга мажбур бўлади. Шайх дор остига олиб келинар экан ҳоким у кишининг ҳузурларига келиб, йиғлаб, қайтадан илтимос қилиб айтадики: "бу айб ёлғон" деб бир оғиз айтиб қўйинг, мен бор куч-қувватим билан сизни қутқаришга ҳаракат қиламан. Шайх унинг илтимосларидан ғазабланиб қуйидаги сўзларини яна бир бор такрарладилар:
_*"Сен менинг амалларим ёлғон гапиришим билан ҳабата бўлиб кетишини истайсанми? Мен сенинг талабингга рози бўлсам дарҳақиқат зиёнкор бўлиб қоламан, амалларим (савоби) йўқ бўлиб кетади. Мен ҳақиқатан қўзғолонда иштирок этганман, хоҳлаганларингизни қилаверинглар!"*_
Шундай қилиб, ўлим жазоси ижро этилиб, шайх дорга осилдилар. (Аллоҳ шаҳидликларини қабул айлаган бўлсин).
( *"Мусулмонлар қолоқликка тушиб кетишлари оқибатида олам қандай зарарларга гирифтор бўлди?",* деб номланган китобдан иқтибос, 217 саҳифа. Муаллиф: шайх аллома Абулҳасан Надавий раҳимаҳуллоҳ)

La avaricia es pobreza constante

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La avaricia es pobreza constante
Ciertamente, nada es más destructivo para la religión de una persona que la avaricia por los placeres mundanales, como la riqueza, el poder y la fama. Si la persona se rinde ante tales ambiciones, estas la esclavizan...

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Surat Yusuf 2005 | سورة يوسف ١٤٢٦هـ

Surat Yusuf 2005 | سورة يوسف ١٤٢٦هـ

Salam Aleikum, olá irmãos/ãs!

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Salam Aleikum, olá irmãos/ãs!
Gostaríamos aqui de reportar nossa insatisfação com algumas pessoas que por intolerância religiosa vieram a denunciar uma de nossas postagens o que fez com que a mesma fora removida da nossa linha do tempo e, alem disso fez com que uma de nossas administradoras resultasse com a sua conta bloqueada por até 48 horas.
(O Islam é tão perseguido hoje em dia que até as postagens no Facebook são censuradas.)
Nota: A publicação removida se tratava apenas da revelação de uma calunia que esta sendo feita por diversas páginas não muçulmanas no próprio Facebook e fora dele, e não era de conteúdo ofensivo ou desrespeitoso, e mesmo assim não foi tolerada, e terminou por ser removida permanentemente, mais o fato do administrador nosso ter sua conta bloqueada por até 48 horas.
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will not be dismissed from before his Lord on the Day of Resurrection

From Darkness To The Light of Islam
It was narrated from Ibn Mas’ood (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The son of Adam will not be dismissed from before his Lord on the Day of Resurrection until he has been questioned about five things: his life and how he spent it, his youth and how he used it, his wealth and how he earned it and how he disposed of it, and how he acted upon what he acquired of knowledge.”
(Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 2422; classed as hasan by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi, 1969)

Who Do Muslim Worship ?

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Who Do Muslim Worship ?
The submission of man to his Creator is the essence of Islam. The word "Islam" literally means, "to submit" or "to surrender. "The real question one should ask is: "submit and surrender" to whom? Muslims submit and surrender their will and desires to the will and the laws of the Creator. This is what "Islam" truly means. By referring to, "The Creator", Muslims are talking about "Allah."
Allah is the Creator of all that is in the heavens and the earth. In Islam, Allah is the True and Only Creator, and only he deserves to be worshipped. Nothing else is worthy of worship; not stones, statues, crosses, tombs (of any religion), the sun, the moon, stars, temples, animals, Prophets (from any religion), messengers, saints, priests, movie stars, musicians, athletes, or religious scholars. All of those are created beings, and are not worthy of worship in Islam. In fact, doing that is to associate partners with Allah, and it is the only sin that would never be forgiven on the Day of Judgment.
Allah is the Arabic word for God. This is the way all Arab Jews, Christians and Muslims call God. Allah is the personal name of God, which He gave to Himself in the Qur'an. The Qur'an is the last and final revelation from Allah to mankind, that Allah gave to Prophet Muhammad, sallallahu alayhe wa sallam, through the Angel Gabriel. The name "Allah" is unique. It has no feminine or masculine form (unlike 'god' or 'goddess'). It also has no plural form (unlike 'gods' and goddesses'). The name "Allah" simply means "The One and Only True God."
The name "Allah" was not a name invented by the Arabs. It has been the name of God since the beginning of time. In the Torah, we can easily find the name that God gave Himself, "Elah", or in some cases, "Eloh" (Elohim -[im] being a form of respect in the Hebrew language). It was also used in the Aramaic language, which was the language spoken by our beloved Prophet Jesus, alayhes salam.
The Creator, Allah, has perfect attributes. He is the First; there was none before Him, and He is the Last. Allah is the Ever-living; everything will end in death, except Him. He is the Protecting Friend and to Him is the Final Return, where everything will be dealt with and judged in the Most Perfect and Just way.
Muslims are confident of the Just and Perfect Judgment of Allah, The Creator, because He tells us repeatedly in the Qur'an that He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Gracious, Most Merciful, and perfectly just.
Allah also tells us in the Qur'an, that He does not beget, nor is He begotten. Begetting offspring, eating and sleeping are all characteristics of created things. Compare this, for example, to the Biblical ideas of God resting on the seventh day of creation, and begetting a son.
Muslims believe that Allah does not have the characteristics of people, animals or any created things. Muslims also believe that Allah is All- Powerful and able to do all things, He merely says to it "Be" and it is. Such as the case of the miraculous birth of Prophet Jesus, alayhes salam, and when Allah created the heavens and the earth and all that is in them.
The most important point about Islamic worship is to understand that Muslims worship One God only. This pure and simple message of Islam has remained unchanged since the first man walked on earth. From the Prophet Moses, alayhes salam, calling out to his people, "Hear 'O Israel: The Lord our God is One" [Deuteronomy 6:4 (English-KJV)]; to Prophet Jesus, alayhes salam, teaching and reprimanding his disciples, "Why does thou callest me good? There is none good but one, that is, God" [Matthew 19: 17; Mark 10: 18; Luke 18: 19 (English-KJV)]; to the last messenger of monotheism who came with the final revelation from God proclaiming, "Your God is One God, there is none who has the right to be worshipped but He, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful" [Qur'an 2: 163].
Allah, The One. This is whom over one-billion Muslims across the world pray to five times each day.
The declaration of faith for one who wants to embrace Islam is: "Ashadu Alla Ilaha Illallah wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan rasoolullah", which means when translated to English: "There is nothing worthy of worship but Allah; alone, and Muhammad is His Messenger."
This simple, yet profound belief is what draws thousands of Westerners and people from all walks of life, religions, cultural and ethnic backgrounds to Islam every year and has made the religion of Islam the fastest growing religion on earth today.
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Islam and Racism

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Islam and Racism
Racism is a innate belief in superiority in oneself over another. This mainly occurs in groups who have difference in colour. Discrimination also arises with difference in traditions also. However intolerance develops the most in colour alterations between communities. Although science has already proved the fact about everyone leading up to the same parents, Adam and Eve, the ideology still exists within many communities, tribes, and in generation until the truth is displayed and made manifest before them.

Islams view on racism with reference to the Quran (The word of Allah)
Racism whether upon open or hidden, is an evil aspect of life which Islams seeks to eradicate. It is clear from the versus of the Quran, the book of the muslims, and many sayings of our final prophet which have narrated by his companions, that differences in colour, tribes, races, or traditions are not to be excuses for unjust behavior or treatment. The Quran rehearses the words of the almighty Allah which reasons against racial discrimination and puts an end to it in Islam.
"O Mankind, we created you from a single pair of a male and a female, and made you in to tribes and nations so that you may know each other (not that you despise each other). Verily, the most honoured of you in the sight of Allah is he who is most righteous of you." (Al-Quran, Chapter 49, Verse 13)

Allah explains the reason behind why he created mankind and then put them in to alternative tribes and nations. It is made clear and all doubts are seized when the most merciful Allah states:
"that you may know each other".
This statement is made unquestionable if comprehended and looked at one step further. In one tribe, there are many generations and families in which one name resembles another. To pinpoint the exact individual the family name will be called out within a tribe so that no one else is puzzled with the one who is demanded. However in a governing country, the tribe name will also be used so that the one demanded is not puzzled in between nations and tribes. Nevertheless, if a person looks for someone world wide, than one can imagine himself how difficult a task would it have been to find someone if tribes, nations, generations and families were not made separate. This is why the most generous Allah has made us in to alternative tribes so that we may recognize each other.
"and made you in to tribes and nations so that you may know each other"
Allah the most generous, has in the above verse of the Quran withdrawn racism and expressed a golden point. This golden point is unity and equality in each and every human being existing upon the earth. Allah (S.T) has made apparent and shone light upon the fact that everyone has been created from the same mother and father. We are all brothers and sisters. The relationship has been illuminated in the very same verse:
"We created you from a single pair of male and a female"
The above sentence in the Quran also expresses one more aspect which is supposed to evolve around the human life. Although the aspect of racism is totally wiped out, Allah (S.T) has encouraged us to exercise one attribute. This attribute is righteousness. Glory be to Allah (S.T) who mentions that the honoured is he who has the quality of righteousness in life. Allah (S.T) in the Quran has emphasized that in place of racism, righteousness should be practised, if you would like to be honoured in my sight.
Almighty Allah has acknowledged in another verse in the Quran referring to why he created man in different colours:
"And amongst his signs is the creation of heaven and the earth, and variation in your language and colours; Verily, in there are signs for those who know" (Al-Quran, Chapter 30, Verse 22)
The above verse also identifies one of Allah (S.T) magnificent performance in separating the human kind in to groups. Allah (S.T) has first mentioned the heavens (the sky) which changes in many colours during the day as his first sign. After the sky Allah then informs us of the earth which also varies in colour. The earth can be green with grass like in rain forests, yellow in desserts and many other colours depending upon the environment. At the end of the verse, Allah (S.T) talks about people and variation in the language and colour. The all knowing Allah (S.T) then enlightens his reasoning to why he made variation in the surroundings of a person, variation in skin colour. The reason is that these are signs of Allah (S.T) for the believers, and also those who are intelligent. Allah (S.T) has cared and thought about his people so much that if they are to think about doing a sin, they will look around and by his signs they will return and repent to him for their mistakes and wrong practises.
The last prophets declaration to eradicating discrimination in race
In Islam we believe that approximately 124000 prophets were sent down by Allah (S.T) to teach the people the word of god. Allah (S.T) sent some prophets, messengers, to only a certain group, some to a whole nation. However Allah (S.T) did not send a prophet to teach the whole world his word except the final prophet, Mohammed(PBUH). His teachings were to last until the end. This is why Mohammed (PBUH) is known as a "guidance to Mankind". His actions, practises and traditions are Islam itself.
At the age of forty, Allah (S.T) blessed Mohammed (PBUH) with prophet hood after which Mohammed (PBUH) understood his objectives profoundly. During the era of his prophet hood, Mohammed () informed and emphasized to his people on the eradication of the traditions of ignorance. Within this category fell racial discrimination. This was an open act willingly practised at the time of our prophet Mohammed (PBUH).
Mohammed (PBUH) had many companions who preached his word to the people living in the outskirts of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and around the world when they entered the country for trade. Amongst his accomplice was Hazrat Abu Zar. He remained with the prophet and watched his actions, noted his sayings, and preached his commands. Hazrat Abu Zar reports that before the prophet Mohammed (PBUH) demise from this world, he stressed strongly the equality of each being before Allah (S.T) and his honoured before him. Mohammed (PBUH) mentions to the believers:
"You are no better than a red skinned person nor a black but he who has fear of Allah (S.T) in his/her heart"
In the above statement a law has been passed by Mohammed () to the Muslims. This order is of equality. It is clear from the above that in Islam, the colour, beauty, wealth of a person does not make him more superior to anyone else, but his fear of Allah (S.T) and having faith in him gives him a higher status and elevates him in the eyes of Allah (S.T).
Mohammed (PBUH) only spoke of the red skinned and black skinned. The reason behind this is that the holy prophet included slaves amongst the liberated in his speech. The red being the one in liberty and the black skinned being the slaves, so that mistakes are not made in giving oneself priority over the labouring class too.
Mohammed (PBUH) expresses his need to a group of his eminent companions about annihilating pride in oneself over another. However the main aim of mentioning the statement was that his associates could realize that self conceit and egotism have no value in Islam. The importance of sincerity in over these qualities is all that matters in the court of Allah (S.T). Mohammed (PBUH) speech is recorded and narrated by Hazrat Abu Hurairah:
"Allah does not look at your appearances or wealth but looks at your actions"
It is understood from the above racism or any type of discrimination does not exist in Islam. Righteousness, sincerity, modesty is what all that is needed to gain honour and become loved in the sight of Allah (S.T), no matter if you are black, white, red or brown, everyone is equal. One is not superior to another. We are all the same.
Scientific approach defining change in colour
The phenomena of the physical change in the human skin has been defined by biology which branches of the systematic study, science. Science has clearly explained and concluded correctly about the alteration of skin colour in different parts of the globe. The factor causing the change is the sun. Different concentrations of light can defy the skin colour. In regions which have high concentrations of light, the probability of acquiring a dark complexion is at its peak. In regions where there is a low concentration of light such as the Antarctica where the sun shines very less, the probability of acquiring white skin is high. The final decision depends upon the sun.
The human body is always protecting itself from any harm which can be caused to it from the surroundings around it. The epidermis of the body is very sensitive and delicate. It reacts instantly to any affect caused to it from the outside. This is why when the skin is cut, the epidermis tries its utmost to try and heal itself before any further harm can be caused to the human body. Similar to this is the role of the sun on the skin. High concentration of sunlight is very harmful to the body because the chance of acquiring skin cancer increases enormously. The body counteracts this affect by darkening the skin. This allows the body to absorb the sun rays and with help of other substances in the body, together with a series of actions and changes produces vitamin D which is important in the every day diet.
The protein molecule allowing the above process possible is known as melanin. Melanin is what causes variation in colour. This is why people living near the equator have very dark skin colour and people living near the Arctic or the Antarctic have white skin. The final outcome is having Melanin in the skin which causes dark complexion on the body is a benefiting factor to the human.
Although nobody is to blame for the skin colour, many people believe that being white is a symbol of being unique over other people or being black is proof of their group being more superior. However both sides are wrong as proof of this is shown above. This ideology is full of deviation and to be prejudice or biased is clearly an act of ignorance.
Compulsory acts in Islam justifying Unity
The Hajj- the annual pilgrimage to Makkah is the prime example of the multi-racial aspect of Islam: Muslims of all races gather with one common purpose to worship Allah. This is a compulsory act which should be done by all those Muslims with the strength and ability to do it. During this act, it is also very important to wear two white pieces of cloth to cover the body. People of all nations, countries gather together with one purpose, to worship Allah (S.T). Each and everybody appear the same, do the same actions, speak identical words, so much to say that everyone is Equal. This is why Allah (S.T) states in the Quran:
"Only believers are brothers" (Al-Quran, Chapter 49, Verse 10)
Mohammed () has also commented about excessive unity in Islam to the Muslims and Mohammed () also commentates on the above Quranic verse. It is reported by that the holy prophet Mohammed () stated and which was later narrated by Abu Hurairah that:
"A Muslim believer is a mirror reflection of another Muslim, A believer is a brother to another believer, he safeguards him from destruction and prevents his annihilation during his absence"
In the above statement of the holy prophet Mohammed (PBUH), the example of a believer is like a mirror reflection to another. The reason being is that a believer is he who cares about another believer as much as he cares about himself or his brother in reality; i.e. he safeguards him from destruction and prevents his annihilation during his absence. This is one of the foundation laws of a believer. To wish and desire for another believer that which is loved by you.
The phrase "a mirror reflection" can also be notified as the actions of a believer. A believers actions are almost identical to another. The proof to this is the five time daily prayer performed by every muslim in its fixed times. The gathering of them and together bowing, supplicating and prostrating to the same lord is evidence of similarity and equality. The obligatory act of Hajj concerns around wearing a white cloth around the body. The shaving of the head after the completion of Hajj makes everyone performing pilgrimage a reflection of another. This is why the prophet Mohammed (PBUH) has also been heard saying:
"The entire Muslim group is like one single body, if the eye aches, then the whole body is in pain, and if the head aches, then the whole body is in pain"
The prophet Mohammed () explains to the muslims about the relation between one of them in comparison to another. The holy prophet Mohammed (PBUH) informs the Muslim community that if a group of Muslims is taunted or suppressed, then consider those actions and feelings flowing through you, and if you cannot feel the pain, then you can be considered to be a incomplete Muslim.
The Question of racism cannot be argued about in Islam and amongst the believers. As shown by the above versus of the Quran and the words of Mohammed () racism is such an aspect which cannot be manifested in the mind of a believer. The Quran clearly prohibits racial discrimination and the words of the prophet Mohammed () prohibits all type of discrimination or being prejudicial in Islam. The quality of human being in all matters is the same except piety (which we are encouraged to try and increase) is clear. Under no circumstance can a person be ill treated or abused simply because they happen to be of different race. In Islam, we are all brothers and sisters.


مشاري راشد العفاسي - Alafasy
َنُورُهُمْ وَالَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا وَكَذَّبُوا بِآيَاتِنَا أُولَئِكَ أَصْحَابُ الْجَحِيمِ (19)
19.And those who believe in (the Oneness of) Allâh and His Messengers - they are the Siddiqûn (i.e. those followers of the Prophets who were first and foremost to believe in them), and the martyrs with their Lord, they shall have their reward and their light. But those who disbelieve (in the Oneness of Allâh - Islâmic Monotheism) and deny Our Ayât (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) - they shall be the dwellers of the blazing Fire.

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When its time for prayer, just PRAY!

‏‏‎Mohsin Hasan Mumtaz‎‏ و‏‎Bint D'mayon Ummu Yuhannan‎‏‏.
When its time for prayer, just PRAY!
Subhan Allaah