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Humuz & Lumaz

posted by abu mohammed on 7th August 2014 - 0 comments
Ever heard of them before? Sure you have! 

Based on a lecture by Shaykh Riyadhul Haq, courtesy of Seifeddine 

These two words carry such depth and meaning yet they are simply looked at a couple of Arabic words that we learnt when we were kids and has no meaning. 

Reflect upon ourselves and what's happening around us then ponder over the depth of these words 


posted by abu mohammed on 22nd July 2014 - 73 comments
Please take a look at the [url=]forum posts[/url] (Click on Forum Posts to go to discussion) for further details and to gain a better understanding. This blog is based upon the posts b brother Tafseer who has posted some beneficial works by Mufti Junaid   Mufti Junaid has recently released two ruqyahs, one for Evil-Eye (Nazar) and the other for Sihr (Magic). The verses are selected on this basis.  The Ruqyah for Evil Eye contains ayah of the Quran which mention Nazar, Ain, Basar, Absar, Hasad etc. Similarly, the Ruqyah for Sihr contains ayahs for sihr and the mischief of shaytaan. Mufti Junaid (Andheri, Mumbai) mentions that three things are needed to be cured by Ruqyah  (1) Belief that Quran has the cure for all ailments including physical and spiritual ailments.  (2) Intention for seeking cure from Evil-Eye, Sihr and Asar (possession)  (3) Persistent effort  A person under treatment must make intention to undergo this treatment for 40 days. People usually get cured within this period. First I'll mention the symptoms of Nazar. Someone sent me (Username: Tafseer) a message forwarded from Mufti Junaid in transliterated Urdu on the symptoms of Nazar. I'll try my best to put it across in English 

Zakat of the women

posted by abu mohammed on 6th August 2013 - 0 comments

I come across this issue very often and it seems that the sisters lack knowledge in this as well as some brothers. InshaAllah, this will make things a lot clearer.

Question: How does a wife who has no source of income pay Zakat on her jewelry?


Parent & Child Relationship

posted by abu mohammed on 5th August 2013 - 0 comments

Mufti Menk discussing the Relationship between Parents and Children and various issues that may exist along with their solution, InshaAllah.


Sad FACT of Life!

posted by abu mohammed on 23rd July 2013 - 1 comment

In a poem written by Imam Shafi', he states some very true facts about life! Taken from a talk delivered by Shaykh Sulaiman Mulla.


Who's Right! My Mum or My Wife?

posted by abu mohammed on 17th July 2013 - 2 comments

A cure for Arguing Couples

posted by abu mohammed on 10th October 2011 - 0 comments
A cure for arguing couples

100 Premarital Questions

posted by abu mohammed on 25th September 2011 - 0 comments
[b]Premarital Questions[/h] This post is based on a small part of Mufti Yaseen Shaikh's talk last night in Madinah Masjid, Clapton, (Student of Mufti Umar Faooq and Mufti of MuftiSays) Planning your marriage is more important than planning your wedding. Unfortunately nowadays, it is the opposite. Millions of people tend to spend most, if not all of their time preparing for that perfect-glamorous wedding. InshaAllah this post will be of beneficial to you and your prospective spouse. You may choose as many as you wish, out of 100 questions - what you would ask your potential spouse. One cannot stress enough how important it is to ask these questions so you may be able to understand your prospective spouse and to find out if you are compatible with each other.

Ay lakhte Jigar

posted by abu mohammed on 14th June 2011 - 1 comment A fathers dua to his daughter at the time of widai. Really nice. ay lakhte jigar ay mere maah paare ay beti mere dil ke roshan sitaare qaraare dilo jaane maadar pidar tu sukoone jigar aur noore basar tu ujaala tere dam se he mere ghar mein teri bholi surat he sabki nazar me

Family secrets

posted by abu mohammed on 30th March 2011 - 0 comments
This includes a number of things, including: - Not disclosing intimate secrets. - Not disclosing marital conflicts. - Not disclosing any secrets the exposing of which could cause harm to the family or to any of its members. With regard to the first matter, the evidence that this is haraam is the hadeeth: “One of the most evil of people in the sight of Allaah on the Day of Resurrection will be a man who went in unto his wife and she went in unto him, then he disclosed her secret.” (Reported by Muslim, 4/157). The meaning of going in unto one another is that he approaches her and has intercourse with her, as in the aayah (interpretation of the meaning): “… while you have gone in unto one another…” [al-Nisa’ 4:21].
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