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Jun
2012

Sawm - Fasting Do's & Dont's

posted by abu mohammed on 18th June 2012 - 0 comments
http://www.albalagh.net/kids/understanding_deen/fast.shtml [color=#008000]Sawm (Fasting)[/color] [color=#0000BF]Types of Fasting[/color] [color=#FF0000]There are six kinds of fasting:[/color] 1. Fard: Fast of Ramadan. If the fasts of Ramadan are missed due to a genuine reason, it is imperative to observe them later.
10
May
2012

Reasons for Revelations

posted by abu mohammed on 10th May 2012 - 0 comments
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10
May
2012

Stories of The Prophets (AS)

posted by abu mohammed on 10th May 2012 - 0 comments
Stories of The Prophets (AS) MashaAllah, over 24 hours of PURE brilliance. Allahu Akbar. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0_qK1KlpRA&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGAuMWiRxfw&feature=relmfu http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZJo8QXvMrE&feature=channel&list=UL
16
Apr
2012

Wudhu Demo

posted by abu mohammed on 16th April 2012 - 0 comments
Wudhu has 4 Fardh acts. If any ONE is left out or not done correctly, the Wudhu will NOT be valid. If any of the FARAA'ID are left out or a HAIRS BREADTH place is left DRY the Wudhu will be INCOMPLETE. This is a very thorough demonstration by Shaykh Ubaid of Darul Uloom London [May Allah reward the Shaykh]. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buaH1J5ztWQ&feature=watch_response Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said, "There is no wudu for him who does not mention Allah's name upon it." (Sahih - Ibn Maajah, At-Tirmithee, Abu Dawood, and others) Humran (RA) narrates that Uthman (RA) called for water to make wudu and washed his hands three times... then said, "I saw Rasoolullah (SAW) make wudu just as I have made wudu." (Sahih - Al-Bukhari and Muslim)
5
Mar
2012

The Democratic Republic of Muhammad (Sal-lal-lahu-alaihi-wa-sallam)

posted by abu mohammed on 5th March 2012 - 2 comments
The Democratic Republic of Muhammad (Sal-lal-lahu-alaihi-wa-sallam) By Amani Aboul Fadl Farag The United States boasts about democracy as being an invention which it has spread all over the free world, but according to facts of history, democracy is not an American invention. It is thought that democracy was first practiced in Rome BC where the Caesar was elected by the members of the Senate. But this Roman experience could easily be detected as an incomplete democracy, as the senators themselves were representatives of aristocracy and social elites who did not voice the common Romans as much as they voiced their own caste. No matter how short lasting and incomplete the Roman experience might have been, it was highly priced for being a privilege to all humanity and a step forward towards more mature ones.
13
Feb
2012

The Sword of Islam?

posted by abu mohammed on 13th February 2012 - 0 comments
Question From Non Muslims: (IN 2 PARTS) How can Islam be called the religion of peace when it was spread by the sword? Answer: It is a common complaint among some non-Muslims that Islam would not have millions of adherents all over the world, if it had not been spread by the use of force. The following points will make it clear, that far from being spread by the sword, it was the inherent force of truth, reason and logic that was responsible for the rapid spread of Islam.
12
Feb
2012

Predictions from The Qur'an and Hadith

posted by abu mohammed on 12th February 2012 - 0 comments
Predictions from The Qur'an and Hadith This list contains predictions that have already come true, some that are coming true now, and some that are yet to come true. •The Romans' victory over the Persians •The life cycle of the sun (see 'science in the Quran) •The conquest of Jerusalem •Mass deaths amongst people, just as when sheep die in large numbers during an epidemic •Abundance of wealth to such an extent that if a person were to be given a hundred Dinars he will still not be satisfied •General anarchy and bloodshed, that no Arab household will be spared from it •Then a life of peace as a result of a peace agreement between you and the Banil Asfaar
12
Feb
2012

Authenticity of The Qur'an

posted by abu mohammed on 12th February 2012 - 0 comments
Authenticity of The Qur'an The preservation of The Qur'an: "An unbroken living sequence of devotion " What is The Qur'an? The Qur’an is the holy book of the Muslims, revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) during his life in Mecca and Madinah. The Qur’an literally means ‘the recitation’ and contains the original text of God’s revelation to Muhammad. Method of preserving The Qur'an The Qur'an was revealed over 1400 years ago to the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in the early 7th century AD. It was revealed over a period of 23 years, with the first revelation being sent down when the Prophet (peace be upon him) was 40 years of age. The first revelation came to him when he was in a cave on mount Hira, situated east of the holy city of Mecca.
12
Feb
2012

The Qur'an remains unchanged

posted by abu mohammed on 12th February 2012 - 0 comments
The Qur'an remains unchanged Research carried out to compare the various ancient Qur’anic texts reveal no differences between them. The institute for Koranforschung, in the University of Munich (Germany) collected over 42,000 complete or incomplete ancient copies of the Qur'an. After around fifty years of research, they reported that there was no variance between the various copies, except the occasional mistakes of the copyist which could easily be ascertained. From the above facts and research, one can conclude, with evidence, that the story of how the Qur'an came to us has to be true as told by the four Ahadith scholars of the first four centuries. Their accounts mutually agree and prove the incident which led the Qur'an to be in its present state. "Verily We have revealed the reminder, and verily We shall preserve it." (Qur'an 15:9)
12
Feb
2012

Knowledge from the Quran

posted by abu mohammed on 12th February 2012 - 1 comment
[h]The Qur’an is a source of guidance unto Mankind until the day of Qiyaamah (doomsday). The Qur’an contains colossal amounts of knowledge. Many scholars of Tafseer (Exegesis) have attested to the unique knowledge encapsulated in the Qur’an. Hadhrat Abdullah Bin Mas’ood (Radhiyallahu Anhu states: “Whosoever wishes to learn knowledge, then he should seek knowledge from the Qur’an”. Allamah Suyoothi (Rahmatullahi Alayhi), a famous Mufassir (exegete) and Muhaddith (expert in Hadeeth) states: “The knowledge of the Qur’an and that which is deduced wherefrom is, a sea which has no shore” Qaadhi Abu Bakr Ibnul – Arabi (Rahmatullahi Alayhi), a famous Mufassir (exegete) discusses the unique knowledge of the Qur’an and states: “Indeed the Qur’an has seventy seven thousand four hundred and fifty branches (77, 450) of knowledge according to the number of words in the Qur’an. Each word contains four dimensional branches of knowledge which when multiplied, the total amount of branches of knowledge contained in the Qur’an is three hundred and nine thousand eight hundred (309, 800).
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