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Your Lord is Ever-living and Generous.

He is unwilling to turn away empty the hands

of his servants when he stretches them before Him.[/center]

Abu Daud, Al- Baihaqi & At-Tirmidhi
posted by bint Mohammed on 25th July 2012 - 0 comments
[u]A Dua by a Muallim / Muallimah

O Allah, The Wise, The Bestower of Wisdom,
Help me to remember that I work with the most precious of all thy creation,
the innocent child.

Help me always to remember that I am leaving my mark on him/her,
which time will never erase.

Grant me Sabr with those who are slow to learn
And tolerance with those who refuse to learn.

When I have to chastise them, help me to do so <....
posted by bint Mohammed on 2nd December 2011 - 0 comments
It is said that when the angel of death is taking the rooh (soul) out of the body whom passes away.... it is a painful experience.

They say that when the dead awake on Qayaamat, the effect of the rooh being taken out will still be there.

Therefore, ALLAH has told us to recite the Ayatul-Kursi after every Farz Salaat and it is stated that whoever recites this, their rooh will be taken out as you would take out a strand of hair from a pile of flour. How light would th....
posted by bint Mohammed on 24th March 2010 - 0 comments
For those unable to help in other ways, remember that the power of dua is immense. Please make dua for our brothers and sisters suffering in Palestine.

Insha'Allah the suffering of all Muslims comes to an end (Aameen).
posted by bint Mohammed on 6th January 2009 - 0 comments
Dua is our direct link to our creator:Allah. All we need to do is raise our hands (sometimes even not that) and ask away whatever our needs maybe.

As we all know there are certain times when duas are more readily accepted especially in Ramadhaan like at Iftari, suhoor and on Laylat -ul Qadr (the Night of Power).

[u]Dua to be recited on Laylatul Qadr[/sub]
Aisha radhiya Allahu `anha, that she said: O Messenger of Allah! What if I knew which night Laylatul-Qad....
posted by bint Mohammed on 24th September 2008 - 0 comments