الأحد، 18 ديسمبر، 2016

നബിദിനാഘോഷം അനിസ്ലാമികം - മലയാളം

നബിദിനാഘോഷം അനിസ്ലാമികം - മലയാളം

Odgovori na sumnje o mevludu - Bosanski - Muhamed Porča

Odgovori na sumnje o mevludu - Bosanski - Muhamed Porča

Бақара сурасининг тафсири ( 142-187 - оятлар ) - Ўзбек тили - Бир гуруҳ олимлар

Бақара сурасининг тафсири ( 142-187 - оятлар ) - Ўзбек тили - Бир гуруҳ олимлар

Фиқҳ дарслари ( 13 ) Масҳни бузувчи амаллар ҳақида - Ўзбек тили - Шайх Содиқ Юсуф Самарқандий

Фиқҳ дарслари ( 13 ) Масҳни бузувчи амаллар ҳақида - Ўзбек тили - Шайх Содиқ Юсуф Самарқандий

Mawlid An-nabawi : peut-on fêter l’anniversaire du Prophète (sur lui la paix) ? - Français - Abdulaziz Ibn Abdillah Ibn Baz

Mawlid An-nabawi : peut-on fêter l’anniversaire du Prophète (sur lui la paix) ? - Français - Abdulaziz Ibn Abdillah Ibn Baz

Comment se comporter avec les membres de sa famille qui célèbrent l’anniversaire de la naissance du Prophète et critiquent le membre qui n’y participent pas - Français - Mouhamed Saleh Al-Mounajed

Comment se comporter avec les membres de sa famille qui célèbrent l’anniversaire de la naissance du Prophète et critiquent le membre qui n’y participent pas - Français - Mouhamed Saleh Al-Mounajed

rights of slaves islam

الحديث اليومي
Ma’rur ibn Suwaid reported: I saw Abu Dharr wearing clothes similar to what his slave (servant) was wearing. I asked him about it and he told me that he had abused a person during the time of the Messenger of Allah and he reproached him about his mother. That person came to the Messenger of Allah and mentioned this to him, so the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, you are a person with ignorance in you. Your slaves are your brothers. Allah has placed them in your hand, and he who has his brother under him should feed him with the same food he eats and clothe him with the same clothes he wears; and do not burden him beyond his capacity, and if you burden him then help him.”
[Sahih Muslim, Book 15, Number 4094]
نْ الْمَعْرُورِ بْنِ سُوَيْدٍ قَالَ رَأَيْتُ أَبَا ذَرٍّ وَعَلَيْهِ حُلَّةٌ وَعَلَى غُلَامِهِ مِثْلُهَا فَسَأَلْتُهُ عَنْ ذَلِكَ قَالَ فَذَكَرَ أَنَّهُ سَابَّ رَجُلًا عَلَى عَهْدِ رَسُولِ اللَّهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ فَعَيَّرَهُ بِأُمِّهِ قَالَ فَأَتَى الرَّجُلُ النَّبِيَّ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ فَذَكَرَ ذَلِكَ لَهُ فَقَالَ النَّبِيُّ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ إِنَّكَ امْرُؤٌ فِيكَ جَاهِلِيَّةٌ إِخْوَانُكُمْ وَخَوَلُكُمْ جَعَلَهُمْ اللَّهُ تَحْتَ أَيْدِيكُمْ فَمَنْ كَانَ أَخُوهُ تَحْتَ يَدَيْهِ فَلْيُطْعِمْهُ مِمَّا يَأْكُلُ وَلْيُلْبِسْهُ مِمَّا يَلْبَسُ وَلَا تُكَلِّفُوهُمْ مَا يَغْلِبُهُمْ فَإِنْ كَلَّفْتُمُوهُمْ فَأَعِينُوهُمْ عَلَيْهِ
1661 صحيح مسلم كتاب الأيمان باب إطعام المملوك مما يأكل وإلباسه مما يلبس ولا يكلفه ما يغلبه

سورة آل عمران/173--174


Ridha Jaouadi الشيخ رضا الجوادي
ْوَكِيلُ . فَانْقَلَبُوا بِنِعْمَةٍ مِنَ اللَّهِ وَفَضْلٍ لَمْ يَمْسَسْهُمْ سُوءٌ وَاتَّبَعُوا رِضْوَانَ اللَّهِ وَاللَّهُ ذُو فَضْلٍ عَظِيمٍ "
سورة آل عمران/173--174

" أنلزمكموها "mean in english ..

" أنلزمكموها "mean in english ..
 Shall we compel you to accept it

who doesn't pray.

I Love Islam Fear to Allah
Ya Allaah guide all those Muslims
who doesn't pray.
All of you say Aameen. . .

soon is 2000 yr old now ?


تمت مشاركة ‏منشور‏ ‏‎Answering Christanity‎‏ من قبل ‏‎Koki Noor‎‏.
Answering Christanity
how can christians trust paul,paul believed he was in last days of this world ? and jesus will come soon...but this soon is 2000 yr old now ?

There are 3 sets of words

Avoid YourSelf From FiTNAH
There are 3 sets of words that can instantly make your wife smile: "You are beautiful" "I miss you" & "I love you."

“Be to Allah as He wishes

‏‏قناة الهدى ‏ مع ‏‎Joni Noray‎‏ و‏‎Khalid Majeed‎‏‏.
“Be to Allah as He wishes, and He will be to you more than you can wish for.”
— Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah

. . . . . . . . . C H R I S T M A S . . . . . . . . .

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The Christmas season is here with its crass commercialization of the supposed birthday of Jesus (peace be upon him) on December 25th. With all the Santas and door-buster sales wherever you look, it’s a wonder Jesus gets remembered at all. Following the teachings of Jesus should be what defines a true Christian, which leads us to the pivotal question: shouldn’t Christmas be a reminder to follow the teachings of Jesus?
Jesus wasn’t born Dec. 25th anyway — you can look it up using Google or Wikipedia or a Bible:
>>Luke 2:8 says Jesus was born when shepherds were still outside at night with their flocks. That ends in early Fall, not late December.
>>The Quran supports this in chapter 19, “Maryam.” In verse 26, after Mary gives birth to Jesus at the base of a palm tree, an angel tells her: “. . . shake towards thyself the trunk of the palm tree; it will cause fresh ripe dates to fall upon thee.”
Dates ripen in four stages from July to September, with the end of September corresponding to the time mentioned in Luke 2:8.
In the interest of refreshing the holiday spirit with something actually holy and spiritual, allow me to present some of Christ’s commandments, with related Islamic rulings for comparison.
In Mark 12:28-29 Jesus is asked, “What is the first commandment?” He answers by quoting Deut. 6:4, the creed of Judaism: “Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord.”
This statement of Jewish belief about the essential nature of God should be no surprise. What may surprise many is that this matches perfectly with the concept of the Oneness of God in Islam in chapter 112 of the Holy Quran:
“In the name of God, the Gracious, the Merciful. Say, “He is Allah, the One; Allah, the Independent and Besought of all. He begets not, nor is He begotten; And there is none like unto Him.” (112:1-5)

When you stand to pray


From Darkness To The Light of Islam
“When you stand to pray, pray like a man bidding farewell. Do not say anything for which you will have to apologize. And give up hope for what other people have.”
[Ibn Majah, Classed as sahih by Al-Albani in Al-Silsila al-Sahiha, 401]لا يتوفر نص بديل تلقائي.

passed away while praying in the mosque

Ahmed Bukhatir - أحمد بوخاطر
صورة لرجل مات وهو ساجد لله فى بيت الله.. اللهم أحسن خاتمتنا..
 An image for a man who passed away while praying in the mosque. O Allah I ask you to grant us a good ending.

Being a 'baby' at 92 #Takbir

‏‏‎Sheikh Khalid Yasin‎‏ و‏‎Simple Stranger‎‏‏.
92-year-old Georgette Lepaulle from Berchem (Belgium) is the oldest Muslim revert in the world.
Never to late to become Muslim. All the sin she had gathered up for 92 years is forgiven
Being a 'baby' at 92 #Takbir

best nation

3:110
كنتم خير أمة أخرجت للناس تأمرون بالمعروف وتنهون عن المنكر وتؤمنون بالله ولو آمن أهل الكتاب لكان خيرا لهم منهم المؤمنون وأكثرهم الفاسقون
You are the best nation produced [as an example] for mankind. You enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong and believe in Allah . If only the People of the Scripture had believed, it would have been better for them. Among them are believers, but most of them are defiantly disobedient.

But Why’d He Kill All Those People? - Understanding Newton Massacre

Science & Faith
But Why’d He Kill All Those People? - Understanding Newton Massacre
“…being spared is much different from being saved…and this lesson forever changed me.”
— Immaculée Ilibagiza, Left to Tell
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On Friday, December 14, 2012, I spent the day thinking about a vacation.
I’d recently visited some of my family and was deciding when I could visit them again.
I mentally planned how the trip wouldn’t interrupt my personal work schedule or my daughter’s independent study program at school. But my thoughts were interrupted when I read the headlines of a gruesome school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut…
Are We Ever Safe?
It’s a tragedy in itself that tragedy strikes as often as it does. In coping with this troubling reality, we often rush to safety—in our lives and in our minds. We move ourselves and our families to places we imagine will keep us safe.
We send our children to “good schools”, we move to “good neighborhoods,” and we even carefully scrutinize our children’s social circles and their entertainment.
But our final means of protection is a mental one: We create a space in our mind that tells us we’ve done all we can and that our careful, judicious actions will keep us and our loved ones safe from harm.
But are we ever really safe?
‘This Can’t Be Real’
When I first saw the headline about the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, I didn’t read the full story. I closed the article. And for some time thereafter, I didn’t click on the stories at all. This was how I dealt with the recent reports of Palestine and Syria, and it was how I dealt with the Newtown massacre.
Psychologists and medical professionals say that this “eye shutting” reaction is how most humans react to events that cause grief and loss: “This stage of grief helps protect the individual from experiencing the intensity of the loss.” (Grief and Depression - Retrieved December 16, 2012).
However, psychologists and medical professionals state that this initial reaction is actually part of the healing process.
‘But Why’d He Kill All Those People?’
It’s a question that grips our very hearts. But why? This question is difficult to answer, especially in the face of a tragedy. However, when the victims are young children and their teachers, answering this question is beyond difficult. It is confounding.
As the details of the Newtown school shooting unfold, the question gripping us becomes even more perplexing. Apparently, the shooter was not just a random “nutcase” who opened fire on unsuspecting victims. He was the son of one of the substitute teachers at the school—and his mother was one of the victims.
Upon learning this heart-shattering detail, thousands sat before television screens and internet news sites utterly dumbfounded.
“He was a 20-year-old man who, by multiple accounts, was incredibly smart and quiet,” writer Holly Yan says in a CNN article on the alleged shooter, Adam Lanza. “He didn't appear to have any run-ins with the law.” He was even described as a “genius” by some who knew him.
Why then did he choose to take the lives of nearly thirty innocent people?
A Sign of the Times?
“People will see such days that the killer will not know why he kills, nor the innocent why they are slain.”
—Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him (Muslim).
It was this famous hadith about the signs of the Day of Judgment that came to mind as I grappled with the details of the Newtown massacre.
While so many are asking why the massacre happened, I am left wondering if there is any answer to that question. The shooter himself was killed, so he cannot tell us why he opened fire on all those people. He cannot tell us what was going through his mind. He cannot tell us why he did what he did—or why his own mother was amongst his victims.
But perhaps, even if he could tell us, would he? Would he himself even know?
What Now?
According to psychologists and medical professionals, there are predictable stages to coping with tragedy and grief. As we can deduce from our own reaction to the Newtown massacre and other tragedies—when our brains said, “This can’t be real”—the first stage of coping is denial, numbness, and shock.
At this point, we are not moved to make a difference in the world; we are not inspired to solve any puzzle; nor are we inclined to draw any lessons from the loss: “Numbness is a normal reaction to a death or loss and should never be confused with ‘not caring.’” (Grief and Depression - Retrieved December 16, 2012).
But what if there seems to be no “second stage of coping”? What if tragedies are befalling us every minute? What if we feel a perpetual sense of grief and trauma?
Do we ever get beyond denial, numbness, and shock?
Do we ever move on to ask ‘What now?’
And, Finally, Acceptance
Acceptance is the last stage of coping to tragedy in life. But what psychologists and professionals describe as “acceptance” is not like we might imagine. There is no peace of mind or heart. There is no sense of closure. There is no “happily ever after.”
Yes, we “accept reality” and move on. We find ways to make a difference in the world. We begin to unscramble the puzzle in our minds. And we even begin to draw lessons from the loss.
But, ultimately, our “acceptance” will not make everything better for us.
Turning to God
Allah says,
“And fear the fitnah (affliction, tribulation, or oppression) which affects not in particular [only] those of you who do wrong (but it may afflict both good and bad people)…”
—Qur’an (Al-Anfaal, 8:25)
But why is there so much pain in the world? Why is there so much suffering? Why is there so much senseless killing?
Since time immemorial, there is Only One—the Creator—who knows the answer to the confounding question Why? No human can ever fully understand the ways of God. And, fortunately, He does not burden us with the obligation of understanding. Allah’s answer to our states of confusion and grief is the same as His answer to our states of ease and happiness: to have taqwaa.
The Arabic term taqwaa is often translated as “fear”, as in the above verse “fear the fitnah…”, but taqwaa is not merely “fear”. More specifically, taqwaa is placing a barrier between oneself and Allah’s displeasure or punishment. This can be achieved through love and hope—like doing good deeds for the sake of Allah—as well as fear.
No, as we know from our Creator and from our lives, it is not possible to completely avoid harm in this world, not even for ourselves or our loved ones.
Yes, we can send our children to good schools, move to the best neighborhoods, and even carefully scrutinize our children’s friends and entertainment. But this will not guarantee protection from fitnah or tragedy, no matter how far we rush to safety.
So as we witness tragedies like the Newtown massacre, the question is not “But why’d he kill all those people?” Instead, the question must be “But what can I do for myself and others today?” In other words, our ultimate rush to safety must be a spiritual one: We must improve the world within us and around us…
By sharing the message of taqwaa with our souls and with the world.
In this way, our guarantee of safety, like the last stage of coping, is acceptance—Allah’s acceptance.
And it is there, and only there, we will have ultimate peace of heart and mind, closure, and “happily ever after”—no matter what grief, loss, or tragedy we faced in this world.