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23
Jan
2021

Do Yourself Justice

posted by abu mohammed on 23rd January 2021 - 0 comments
Do yourself justice and learn the other truth. Give me 26 minutes of your time, please. You owe me. Watch this video https://www.bitchute.com/video/IB3ijQuLkkUr/ There's a part 2 in the forum, even more revealing. I stress, this is a must watch documentary with accounts from a doctor.
14
Nov
2017

Uncover The Facts

posted by abu mohammed on 14th November 2017 - 1 comment
[left][/font][size=150]What to do with ‘Hearsay’?[/left][url=http://www.al-miftah.com/what-to-do-with-hearsay/]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
14
Mar
2017

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!

6
Oct
2015

The multiple benefits of 10 ayats from Surah Baqarah

posted by abu mohammed on 6th October 2015 - 4 comments

The multiple benefits of 10 ayats from Surah Baqarah

In an era like ours, in which we’ve become immune to insecurity, the following prescription from one of the most knowledgeable Sahabah (radiyallahu’anhum) is very pertinent.

 

Lets read through the following narrations and be inspired.

Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn Mas’ud (radiyallahu’anhu) said:

13
Jul
2015

Abdullah Vs Abdul Nafs

posted by abu mohammed on 13th July 2015 - 0 comments
This topic can cover many aspects from which school of thought we follow to our daily routine (actions)
 
My intention is to get the younger children to read such details so please try to keep comments in accordance to Islamic principles knowing that young children will also read this blog inshaAllah.
 
17
Oct
2013

Fight those Desires

posted by abu mohammed on 17th October 2013 - 1 comment

Sexual Desires in Islam

I am a young married girl of twenty-one,my desires rule over me and leave me restless, confused, frustrated and resentful, tell me o honorable sir how to get rid of evil desires in islam ?

Praise be to Allaah.

Sexual desire is something that has been created in man and it cannot be got rid of. Getting rid of it is not something that is required of the Muslim; rather what is required of him is to refrain from using it in haraam ways, and to use it in the ways that Allaah has permitted. 

The problem of desire in a young woman may be solved by taking two steps. 

9
Oct
2013

Temptation of Women

posted by abu mohammed on 9th October 2013 - 6 comments

THIS IS A REAL LIFE INCIDENT (some wording has been changed as to not give away the location of the person)

I take the metro train everyday and a girl would get on in the same carriage, day in day out and we would both get off at the same station where I change trains and she goes out to the subway. God had blessed her with a nice face but not Islaam.

18
Jun
2013

Dracula - How The Muslims killed him!

posted by abu mohammed on 18th June 2013 - 0 comments

How the Muslims Killed Dracula

6
Aug
2012

I'm getting less reward, LOL!

posted by abu mohammed on 6th August 2012 - 0 comments
The title must make you think "Why in the world is he Laughing out Loud"? Or "Why is he LOLing"? Well it all comes from a little lecture I heard yesterday. (If Admin can upload it) It was very good little talk and the gist of it was "Dont get carried away with your Phones" It was a funny lecture, all those who heard it laughed and passed it on. I did the same, However, it made me think. LOL, In fact it's made Me Think Out Loud.
30
Jul
2012

Facebook or Faithbook?

posted by abu mohammed on 30th July 2012 - 0 comments
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