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Do Yourself Justice

posted by abu mohammed on 23rd January 2021 - 1 comment
Do yourself justice and learn the other truth. Give me 26 minutes of your time, please. You owe me. Watch this video There's a part 2 in the forum, even more revealing. I stress, this is a must watch documentary with accounts from a doctor.

Basic Rules of Authentication - Who lied and why?

posted by abu mohammed on 21st November 2020 - 0 comments
Who lied to who and why? A conversation had already taken place here in the [url=]forums[/url], check it out Please take a look at the images below and tell me which image is edited (photoshopped) Using basic rules of geometry and common sense, follow these basic rules of taking photos and comment below on how to achieve a manipulated world famous and acceptable image as real! Tell me if you've changes your thoughts or now doubt the authenticity of the photo. I like taking photos :)

Eid in Makkah does not have to coincide with others

posted by abu mohammed on 16th August 2018 - 0 comments
[color=#ff0000]THOSE WHO CLAIM TO FOLLOW SAUDI ARE NOT LISTENING TO SAUDI SCHOLARS, LET ALONE THIER OWN SCHOLARS![/color] [u]Video Evidence Below![/b] They say that we are following Saudi - That is a lie, simply because Saudi Scholars are saying that the Moon sighted for Makkah has nothing to do with those outside of their region. Instead, those outside of Saudi are being told that they MUST follow local sighting. Therefore, the claim of following Saudi is false[url=]Eid ul Adha is not an Eid ul Hajj!![/url] See videos below & click for more in the [url=]Wifaqul Ulama link[/url] for more evidence! Unfortunately, there is a common misunderstanding amongst the people that when it is Yawm ul Arafah in Saudi Arabia, the whole world has to celebrate Eid ul Adha on the next day. No evidence for this can be found in our Holy Shariah.

Uncover The Facts

posted by abu mohammed on 14th November 2017 - 1 comment
[left][/font][size=150]What to do with ‘Hearsay’?[/left][url=]Source[/url] The other side of the story A woman once brought a claim against another woman before Qadi Shurayh (rahimahullah). After some time, she began to cry bitterly. Those who were present were convinced that the woman was wronged. Qadi Shurayh replied: “Indeed even the brothers of Yusuf (‘alayhis salam) cried by their father.” i.e, Despite their sobbing, they were still guilty. (Kitabul Adhkiya, pg.63) Moral Therefore, no matter how convincing one side of the story seems, one is still duty bound to hear the other side before drawing a conclusion. The act of passing judgement on mere assumption is quite common and certainly very destructive. The consequences are also far reaching, long lasting and in some cases: regretful. This is the message in the verse: [i]“O you who believe! If a sinful person brings a report to you, then verify its authenticity before you harm a people unknowingly and then become remorseful over what you did”[/b] One is often faced with these kind of situations where one is made to hear one side of the story only. Due to the fatal consequences of this, the Shari’ah cautions us to remain calm, and to verify that piece of information. Haste generally leads to bitterness and remorse. Carefully read the words of the above verse again: …then verify its authenticity before you harm a people unknowingly and then become remorseful over what you did

Ihram Footwear

posted by abu mohammed on 15th August 2017 - 0 comments
APOLOGIES FOR THE FORMAT OF THE TEXT - INSHAALLAH, THIS SHOULD BE SORTED SOON. ---- There has been a confusion about the footwear for Ihram and this confusion can be caused by different opinions from other valid schools of thoughts. Many of us see others wearing sandals covering the entire foot and so on. ---- Therefore, InshaAllah this post may help identify the differing rulings of the slippers / flip-flops that are allowed, specifically in the Hanafi School of thought. ---- Below are two question and answers (edited) with an ilustration of the bones in question. [color=#ff0000]For further clarification, one should consult a scholar or show them the slipper when on the foot as each slipper and foot will be described and fit differently per person.[/color] [color=#000000]-----[/color] [color=#ff0000]Question 1

Waseela and the Misunderstandings

posted by abu mohammed on 14th March 2017 - 3 comments

Waseela and the Misunderstandings

It is very sad and unfortunate that many people have misinterpreted and misunderstood the Shari' method and value of Waseela. The Dangers of getting it wrong will be catastrophic!

My aim here is to keep it very simple and differentiate between that which is Halal and that which is Shirk and I pray to Allah that He gives us the ability to see the difference and protect our Iman.

It's not something new, instead it's very old, older than Islam and when done incorrectly, it becomes a Pagan act.

Islam came to wipe out Paganism, it came to wipe out Polythiesm, i.e. Shirk, associating partners with Allah. Islam came with Tawheed, The first Pillar of Islam!


Marriage Allowance in the UK (TAX)

posted by abu mohammed on 23rd August 2016 - 0 comments

For all my brothers and sisters living and working in the UK

This inshaAllah can benefit many, especially for families where the bread winner is the spouse with an income of less than £43K

Doesn't take long to sign up to it and you might as well do it as its just our earnings coming back to us, similar to child benefit money or Tax refund.

You will need yours and your partners NI number, Partners Passport details and DOB.


Dua Khatmal Quran

posted by abu mohammed on 20th February 2016 - 1 comment

Allah, the Most High, the Most Great has spoken the truth. And His noble Messenger has spoken the truth. And we are witnesses to that. O our Lord, accept from us for verily you are the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing. 

O Allah, grant us with every harf (letter) of the Quran halawah (sweetness) and with every Juz (part) of the Quran jazaa (reward).

O Allah, grant us with (the recitation of every) alif ulfah (love),
and with baa barakah (blessing), 
and with taa tawbah (repentance), 


Water Birth

posted by abu mohammed on 11th August 2015 - 0 comments

SubhanAllah, I just realized one thing and never thought about it before and probably just speculating. 

Hazrat Maryam عليه السلام is in severe pain and then she is told "Do not grieve; your Lord has provided beneath you a stream"

Surah Maryam, Verse 23: 
فَأَجَاءَهَا الْمَخَاضُ إِلَىٰ جِذْعِ النَّخْلَةِ قَالَتْ يَا لَيْتَنِي مِتُّ قَبْلَ هَٰذَا وَكُنتُ نَسْيًا مَّنسِيًّا 


He had a throbing pain

posted by abu mohammed on 3rd March 2015 - 0 comments
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