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#226 [Permalink] Posted on 17th May 2016 22:15
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The Messenger of Allah (saw) said, “No fatigue, illness, anxiety, sorrow, harm or sadness afflicts any Muslim, even to the extent of a thorn pricking him, without Allah wiping out his mistakes by it.” [Agreed upon]

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#227 [Permalink] Posted on 16th November 2017 08:59
Assalam u alaikum

My mother has an operation tomorrow. Please pray for her.
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#228 [Permalink] Posted on 16th November 2017 09:35
Allah سبحانه وتعالى says in the Glorious Quran:



Also recite abundant istighfar as it is a means of resolving difficulties. Our Beloved Prophet (saw) said:

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#229 [Permalink] Posted on 16th November 2017 18:45
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May Allah make things easy and protect and preserve her, Insha'Allah will remember her in Duas.

Here is the Amazing story of Shaykh Saleh Maghamsi in his own words about his planned heart operation.

FROM THE NURSE TO THE SHAYKH: A HEARTFELT REMINDER

There are moments in life, unexpected, that unfold before our eyes, leaving us in wonder over the Power of the Almighty, subhanahu wata’ala. Sometimes, Allah sends forth a person who speaks words, few in number, weighty in sincerity, that forever changes our lives.

Shaykh Saleh Al-Meghamsi (may Allah preserve him), Imam of Masjid Quba, went through such a humbling, lesson-laden moment that leaves us with much to reflect on. He relates his story saying:

I was in the intensive care unit, just beginning to regain consciousness after undergoing a 24 hour open-heart surgery, when the nurse in charge of me noticed a change in the blood. He informed a doctor, who informed another. A third doctor was then called, until 14 people, among them doctors and professionals, had gathered to discuss what they should do regarding my case. They were reading the signals from the devices over my head, and although I had no idea what the situation was, I could read fear in their faces. It seemed that the signals were not pleasant. They called Dr. Adam, a successful Sudanese doctor, to come and see. He studied the monitor and concluded that there was congealed blood on the heart and that it had to be removed. The news came down on me like a thunderbolt . The doctor sought my permission, and although fear began to overwhelm me, Allah guided me to utter the shahadah, followed by my head nodding in agreement.

I was disconnected from the devices around me, and the doctor left to prepare for the operation. At that same moment, there stood to my left a Lebanese nurse who seemed to feel sorry for me due to the situation I was in. Allah guided her to gently remind me:

‘Listen. Salli ‘ala al-Naby (send blessings on the Prophet), and your Lord will relieve it.”

Instantly, like anyone would respond, I said:

‘Allahumma sallee ‘ala Muhammad wa ‘ala Aali Muhammad.”

Just like that, I said it.

I said it and all the blood came down.

The signals indicated by the machines differed, and they were unsure as to what had occurred. They called the doctor back. He arrived, looked at the screen and said; ‘Shaykh Saleh, what we wanted to do and rid you of, Allah rid you of it from above the 7 heavens.’

The Shaykh says, "The story is not about Saleh (the shaykh). It is about that woman whom Allah granted tawfeeq (success) to speak these simple words of reminder. And this is based on the teaching of the Prophet (sallaAllahu alayhe wasallam), when Ubayy bin Ka’b said, “I’ll devote all of my prayers to sending blessings on you.” The Prophet (sallaAllahu alayhe wasallam) said, “In that case it will suffice you from your worries.”

And Allah saved us from this distress with the sending of peace and blessings on his Prophet (sallaAllahu alayhe wasallam).

But again, this is not about me personally, it is about the success of this woman, so that we do not think poorly of the Muslim women. If someone were to see her guise and dress, they would not assume that she knew Allah even for the blink of an eye. While I, known as the Imam and khateeb of (masjid) Quba, it did not cross my mind to say those words."

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The story carries messages that we ought to reflect on for a moment. From the advice of the nurse, we are brought back to the teaching of the Prophet (sallaAllahu alayhe wasallam) to his companion, Ubayy bin Ka’b (radhiAllahu anhu), when he taught him that sending many salawaat on him is a cause of forgiveness and relief from worries.

Ubayy bin Ka`b relates: I said, “O Messenger of Allah (sallaAllahu alayhe wasallam), I send much blessings on you. What proportion of my prayer should I devote to (sending blessings on) you?” He said, “As much as you like.”
I said, “A quarter?” He said, “As much as you like, and if you increased it would only be better for you.”
I said, “Then a half?” He said, “As much as you like and if you increased then it would only be better for you.”
I said, “Then two thirds?” He said, “As much as you like and if you increased it would only be better for you.”
I said, “I’ll devote all of my prayers to sending blessings on you.” The Prophet (sallaAllahu alayhe wasallam) said, “In that case it will suffice you from your worries and your sins will be forgiven.”(Jami’ Tirmidhi).
From the Shaykh, there is an example of humbling oneself and accepting the advice of others, regardless of the position we hold. Although he is a person of knowledge, this did not prevent him from heeding the advice of the nurse, responding with immediate action.

Finally, we should never underestimate the value of a simple word of advice. Whatever we know, an effort should be made to teach it to others. Do not belittle a sincere reminder, of appropriate timing, to your Muslim brother and sister. It may have a dramatic effect on their spiritual well-being; on their heart. Perhaps even literally.

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#230 [Permalink] Posted on 20th November 2017 19:22
Assalam u alaikum

Alhamdulillah the operation was successful and my mum is doing well. May Allah ta'ala grant her complete and swift recovery.

Extremely grateful to all those who made dua. May Allah ta'ala be pleased with you all and grant you success in both the worlds.
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#231 [Permalink] Posted on 21st November 2017 08:18
Bismillah
Walaikum assalam
Alhamdulillah
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#232 [Permalink] Posted on 19th September 2018 09:20

A friend of mine has been diagnosed with Leukemia. He is very young and has a very young family. Please make special Dua for him, his wife and their little children.

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#233 [Permalink] Posted on 19th September 2018 09:44
Life and death,health and disease..are in the hands of Allah SWT. Dua can do miracles. May Allah swt grant him complete cure from his disease. Amin
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#234 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2019 01:17
My mum is unwell. Please make dua for her.
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#235 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2019 01:54
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May Allah swt grant her shifa e kamila. Ameen
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#236 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2019 03:56
Innalillahi wa inna ilahi rajeoon.

Make your cousin listen the whole quran from Surah Fateha till An Nas. Daily one quran.

Also recite durood then 7 times Fatiha then durood. Blow it on water and then drink it. Whenever the patient needs to drink water he should do this amal. My Malaria during tableegh got cured by this. Insha Allah your cousin's cancer will also be cured by this.

Give a lot of sadaqah and advise your cousin to remain in constant dhikr.
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#237 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2019 03:57
May Allah give her and all the sick ones good health.
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#238 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2019 10:18
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#239 [Permalink] Posted on 13th September 2019 00:33
Bismillah.

Duas requested I injured my back a week ago, the inflamation to the muscles/nerves in my lower back.

Caused urine retention the doctors have attached a catheter to me for passing of water. Along with the back injury pain and catheter I am fairly immobile.

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#240 [Permalink] Posted on 13th September 2019 04:12
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Special request to Muslims living especially in developed countries.

Please avoid junk food. Please avoid artificially manufactured food. Please avoid chemically polluted food.

Please use natural food as much as possible. And do please exercise regularly.

May Allah protect us. The percentage of cancer and other dangerous diseases with which loved ones of some members of this forum are being mentioned is alarming. It seems every other person in the WEST is facing this problem.

Please regularly recite quran, do dhikr and masnoon duas for protection against spiritual, mental and physical harms. Try to live near countryside. Avoid big polluted cities. Try to live simple lives. Do not imitate kuffar in terms of dunia and luxury. Also, try to remain positive and thankful at all times.

Listen the recitation of Surah Rahman on daily basis. Also try alternative treatment methods to Allopathy like Homeopathy and medicines created from natural herbs.

Cancer Story and the food that's killing you TheDeenShow

If one doesn't eat bread or serial in breakfast, then one won't die. In fact, Chappati or Roti are better alternatives. The Japanese didn't leave their culture and simple living despite of their technical advancements. Why should we?
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