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Saturday, April 19, 2014

We drink the bitter sadness as a sweet drink...



Inna Lillah wa Inna Ilaihi Raji'oun. Shaykh Muhammed Saleh Almunajjid, the founder and manager of the famous IslamQA website, is praying Janazah on his own son Anas, who was stabbed to death by unknown people this Fajr.
The mother of Anas wrote a poem about her son. I (sheik  waleed Abdul Hakeem) tried to make a rough translation:
As the caravans of sadness have approached us, where are the tears to console us? ... We do not cry over our afflicted because of Qadar (predestination), but we drink the bitter sadness as a sweet drink... Because there is no objection to what our Qadar has brought, nor do we object to what our Creator decided, but with the shroudings leaving, we bleed with sadness... O Allah, please forgive us for our tears on Anas, as he was the star taking us through darkness... Our lord, make eternal blessings his resting place, and send down upon us patience as our companion in hardship.
May Allah reward the parents for their Eman and the beautiful poem, and cool down their hearts with tranquility and patience!

Saturday, March 29, 2014

A Girl's Unbelievable Patience & Courage Through Hunger In Syria,

Wallahi, a new generation of pure, faithful, and brave children are arising from Syria. You'll be blown away by this little girl's patience and courage through hunger and deprivation. Just listen to her reply, SubhannaAllah!! 



Monday, March 24, 2014

Such is their Generosity and Patience.

This made me weep, just look at their generosity and kindness!

Please make dua for the children of Syria.

Friday, March 21, 2014

An Amazing Story from Saudi Arabia.




What has happened in a Saudi town recently could only take place in films and the incident itself could be a good plot for a movie focusing on gallantry and nobility.

A girl in her 20s offered to marry a man who is nearly 40 years older than her just to save her father from a long jail term because of debt.

After failing to pay his debt of SAR 3 million, the girl’s father was arrested and faced many years in prison unless he settled his debt.

But the father from the central province of Al Qasseem told his creditor he cannot afford paying back, prompting the creditor to pursue his lawsuit against him..

Fearing for her father, his sole daughter phoned the creditor and told him she is ready to marry him if he drops his case against her father, who is also old.

“She told him her dowry is SR three million and he agreed. But he told her that he is much older than her and that he already has three wives. Yet she agreed to marry him,” the Arabic language daily ‘Al Watan’ said.

“They then agreed to meet at her house. She called a scholar to perform the marriage rites and waited for the old man, who came later with a lawyer.

“After a chat of nearly one hour, the creditor congratulated the girl for her brave and noble attitude in trying to help her father, but he told her he would not marry her because he wanted her to marry a man near her age.

“He then wrote a cheque for SR300,000 and gave the sum to the girl as a present for her future marriage.


“He dropped his case against her father and asked God to bless this girl, who he described as a phenomenon that may not be repeated.”
 

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Do not hear this lecture but Listen to it...

If you are 'really' worried about your provision.. health....marriage.....job.....money in short LIFE, then your advised  and requested to listen to this awesome in depth interesting urdu lecture and share with your friends...



Wallahu Kahirrur raziqeen_Pir Hum Parayshaan kiun? 

by Dr. Mutaza bin baksh

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Monday, March 10, 2014

Effect of Good deeds...


Scientific studies confirm that doing good deeds positively affect the psychological status of human……

Recent scientists claim that People who carry out charity work and other good deeds experience less anger and stress and feel more positive and self-confident. The study at the University of Sussex’s Mindlab measured stress levels and other emotions of a group of men and women who performed good deeds for nine days.

Psychologist Dr David Lewis, who conducted the research, say that being more considerate, can reduce stress levels

Researchers say that effects of stress on the body are well documented: it can suppress the immune system, lead to a rise in blood pressure, increase risk of heart attack and stroke, and contribute to infertility. The research also found that good deeds had a positive chain reaction effect, with beneficiaries of the deeds feeling more motivated to help others themselves.

Previous research, at Harvard University, has shown that helping others also makes us mentally tougher and physically stronger.

Therefore we have to realize why Allah Almighty urges us to do good deeds for others as He Almighty says: (Then We gave the Book the (Qur'an) for inheritance to such of our slaves whom we chose. Then of them are some who wrong their owns elves, and of them are some who follow a middle course, and of them are some who are, by Allah's Leave, foremost in good deeds, that is indeed a great grace){ Surat Fatir - The Originator -verse32}

Indeed it’s a great grace to live in this life without anxiety, healthy and happy.

Thank you Allah for the blessing of Islam.

Saturday, March 08, 2014

Love that cannot be cut...




My baby daughter, when you point to your belly button and ask "what's this" with a grin on your face, my mouth says "belly button," but my heart says:

This is the mark on your body that connects me to you. It doesn't fade with age. It will always be there to remind you that my lifeblood is your lifeblood. You are a part of me; you grew with me, you ate with me, you cried with me. I knew you before I met you, I loved you before I knew you.

So when you look down at your belly button, know that although you are out it the world now, roaming, learning, laughing, being…
you are still from me, you are still within me. An umbilical cord no longer connects our bodies, but a love that cannot be cut will always connect our hearts.
~Asma Hussein

"And We have enjoined upon man [care] for his parents. His mother carried him, [increasing her] in weakness upon weakness, and his weaning is in two years. Be grateful to Me and to your parents; to Me is the [final] destination" (31:14).

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Care & Caution required...


"When a person we love falls ill, we say it is a test, but when a person we dislike falls ill, we say it is a punishment. When a person we love is afflicted with hardship, we say it is because he is a good person, but when a person we dislike is afflicted with hardship, we say it is because he has wronged others. Be very careful of handing out the wisdom of Allah behind His Decree based on your desire."



Thursday, February 20, 2014

Indeed, whoever fears Allah,He will provide for them.




Last week, a viral video showed this Sudanese Shepperd who refused to accept 200 Riyals ($54) to pretend that he has lost one of the sheep of his owner despite his desperate need, and he said: "Even if you give me 200 thousand, by Allah I will not accept. What am I going to do when I go to my grave and meet my Creator? If I do, I'm afraid the sky will collapse on me." Allahu Akbar!

Today, the Sudanese embassy and famous scholars honoured him and handed him just that, 200 thousands riyals! He said he will use it to help his family and parents do Hajj and build them a home. Indeed, whoever fears Allah, He will provide for them, so live within your means and seek His help. You will own the Akhirah and the Duniya will come to you too.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Allahu Akber ! A Ground Breaking Research...



Subhanallah, Do babies know right from wrong? We already know the answer from our faith, but check out this new groundbreaking research.

Previously, psychologists taught that children are born with a blank brain, then they learn what's right and what's wrong only from society. However, in a new study published by Yale and reported on CNN today, Professor Paul Bloom proved that "Humans are born with a hard-wired morality, a sense of good and evil is bred in the brain" in his own words. Remember what Allah said? "And We have shown him (the human) both paths (good and evil)" (Al-Balad 90:10)

Moreover, he added "We are naturally moral beings, but our environment can enhance -- or sadly, degrade -- this innate moral sense." What did the Prophet peace be upon him say? "Every child is born on the Fitrah (knowing the truth, right, and wrong), but then his parents would Christianize him, Judianize him, or Magianize him" (Muslim 2658). Remember, Christianity teaches the opposite, that every child is born as a sinner, bearing the "original sin"!

I find no better words to conclude these finding than with the words of Allah "We will show them Our signs in the horizons and within themselves until it becomes clear to them that it is the truth." (Fussilat 41:53) 


~Sheik Waleed Abdul hakeem
 Children are not born out of any sin, original, inherited or derived. They are born on the religion of their nature, i.e., Islam.

Remember studies are only meant to increase our faith not prove it.We are already believers regardless of what the studies, because the creator knows more than any of his creation. here is the link and video:

http://edition.cnn.com/.../what-babies-know.../index.html


Request~ Don't forget to see the video and share with your family members,friends, teachers ,lecturers, professors and colleagues.Share it on all social media that you are upon.

Sunday, February 02, 2014

A Plea To The Most Powerful.



Ya ALLAH give me neither too much nor too little of the riches of the world, so that I may neither overstep my limits nor forget my responsibilities.A small but sufficient amount is better than what is plentiful but causes distraction.

O the Most Gracious one, I ask you to show me your path. I believe with conviction that if you have destined  anything for me,it will be mine, even though the whole world is against it, and I do believe with conviction that if it is not destined to be mine, it will slip away from my hands even though it looks definite  or very promising.


Make perseverance friend of my brain and contentment of my heart.


To you I surrender and to you alone I ask for mercy grace and forgiveness.


Blessed is He in whose hand is dominion, and He is over all things competent -

Thursday, January 16, 2014

The Fruit That Cheers You Up.


                        If you think bananas are just for monkeys, think again.
موز
"Banana" in arabic"
  1. Musa  paradisiaca
    Banana, Scientific name
And banana-trees (with fruits), one above another. (Surat al-Waqi'a, 29)

Bananas help overcome depression due high levels of tryptophan, which is converted into serotonin -- the happy-mood brain neurotransmitter.

Eat two bananas before a strenuous workout to pack an energy punch and sustain your blood sugar.
Constipated? High fiber in bananas can help normalize bowel motility.
Bananas are a natural antacid, providing relief from acid reflux, heartburn and GERD.
Bananas make you smarter and help with learning by making you more alert. Eat a banana before an exam to benefit from the high levels of potassium.
The natural mood-enhancer tryptophan, helps to relieve Seasonal  Affective Disorder (SAD)

Facts:
Fresh banana is a very rich source of potassium. 100 g fruit provides 358 mg potassium. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure, countering bad effects of sodium.

It is also a very good source of vitamin-B6 (pyridoxine), provides about 28% of daily-recommended allowance. Pyridoxine is an important B-complex vitamin that has a beneficial role for the treatment of neuritis, and anemia. Further, it helps decrease homocystine (one of the causative factors in coronary artery disease (CHD) and stroke episodes) levels within the body


Friday, January 03, 2014

Amazing Story of a Nightingale and Sufian ath-Thawri.



Imām al-Dhahabī mentions the following story in his entry for Sufyān ath-Thawrī:
”ʻAlī b. ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz said, Arim narrated to us saying, I went to Abū Manṣūr to visit him, he said to me,
‘Sufyān resided in this house, and there was here a nightingale belonging to my son. He (Sufyān) said, ‘Why is this locked up (in a cage)? It should be freed.’ I said, ‘It belongs to my son, and he gives it to you as a gift.’ Sufyān said, ‘No, I will give him a dinar for it.’ He said, ‘He then took it and freed it, and it would go out and return in the evening, and would be at the far end of the house. When Sufyān died, it followed his funeral procession and was flying over his grave. After this on some nights it would go to his grave, and sometimes would spend the night there, and sometimes would return back home. They then found it dead by his grave and it was buried alongside Sufyān.”’
[al-Fawāʼid al-Gharrah, 3/281]

Friday, December 27, 2013

Tie your hope with the rope of Tawakkul.




Translation: "It's impossible that something which Allah has written for you should go to someone else. So go easy; do not envy nor have hatred, and live with a white heart and a pure intention. Be with Allah and Allah will be with you."



Monday, December 16, 2013

His innocence...




Once, a ten-year-old boy was praying feverishly in prostration, “O Allah [swt], the Most Merciful, the Magnificent, Make Faisalabad [a small city of Pakistan] the capital of Pakistan, make Faisalabad the capital of Pakistan…”

 Her mother overheard him and inquired, “Why would you pray so, my child?” 

The boy answered, “Well, Mother. We had a question on our final exam which asked, “What is the capital of Pakistan?” and I mistakenly put “Faisalabad” as my answer.

Although, we cannot help but laugh at the naiveté of the innocent child, his trust in his supplication to Allah (swt) and his belief that his prayer will be heard is quite admirable.

Saturday, November 30, 2013

O Lord! How Great and Merciful You are!


Dr.Ahmed, a well-known doctor, was once on his way to an important medical conference in another city where-in he was going to be granted an award for medical research he had recently done. He was very excited to attend the conference and was desperate to reach as soon as possible . He had worked long and hard on his research and felt his efforts deserved the award he was about to obtain. However, two hours after the plane took off, the pilot announced that there was a problem with the plane and that they were going to make an emergency landing at the nearest airport.

Afraid that he wouldn’wouldn't make it in time for the conference, Dr.Ahmed immediately went to the Help Desk as soon as the plane landed and explained to the woman at the desk that he was expected to be at a very important conference and that he needed to know the immediate next flight to his destination.

She told him that there was nothing she could do to help him as there wouldn’t be another flight to his destination for another ten hours; but suggested he rent a car and drive down to the city as it was only four hours away. Having no other choice, he agreed to the idea despite his hatred for driving long distances.

Dr.Ahmed rented a car and started his journey. However, soon after he left, the weather suddenly changed and a heavy storm began. The pouring rain made it very difficult for him to see and he missed a turn he was supposed to take. After two hours of driving, he was convinced he was lost. Driving in the heavy rain on a deserted road, feeling hungry and tired, he frantically began to look for any sign of civilization. After some time, he finally came across a small tattered house.

Desperate, he got out of the car and knocked on the door.

An old woman opened the door for him. He explained his situation and asked if he could use her telephone. She told him that she didn’t have a phone or electricity but that he was welcome to come in for some food and something warm to drink as he had completely lost his way and that it would take him some time to get back on the right road. Hungry, wet and exhausted, the doctor accepted her kind offer and walked in. The woman told him to help himself to some food and hot tea on the table and then excused herself to finish her prayers.

Sitting on the table sipping his tea, the doctor watched the woman in the dim light of the candles as she prayed next to what appeared to be a small baby crib. Every time she finished a prayer, she would start another one.

Feeling that the woman might be in need of help, the doctor seized the opportunity to speak as soon as she finished her prayers and told her that he hoped God would answer her prayers.

He then said that he noticed that she had been making a lot of prayers and asked if there was something she needed that he could get for her or help her with. The woman smiled and said that God had answered all her prayers except for one.

She said she didn’t know why God hadn’t answered this specific prayer yet but perhaps it was because of her weak faith.

The doctor asked if she didn’t mind telling him what she needed.

Nodding her head in approval, she said that the child in the crib was her grandson and that both his parents had recently died in a car accident. She said that the child had a very rare type of cancer and that all the doctors she had seen were unable to treat him. She also said that she had been told that there was a doctor who specialized in the type of cancer her grandson had, but there was no way for her to get to this doctor as he lived very far from her; so she has been spending her days and nights praying to God to help her find a way to get to Dr.Ahmed—the doctor who could treat her grandson.

Upon hearing her words, tears began to flow down the doctor’s cheeks and he said: ‘God is Great, there was a malfunction in the plane, a thunderstorm hit, and I lost my way; and all of this happened because God did not just answer your prayer by helping you find a way to get to Dr.Ahmed, but he brought Dr.Ahmed to your house. I am Dr.Ahmed.’

With tears streaming down her cheeks, the woman raised her hands prayed “O God, how great and merciful You are!’

Saturday, November 02, 2013

She persistently prayed for that with hope ...


“Allahu Akbar (God is greatest) … I can see,” a Sudanese female pilgrim started yelling inside the Prophet's Mosque in Madinah. When the congregate surrounded her she told them amidst tears of joy that she has suddenly regained her eyesight which she had lost more than seven years ago.

Fatima Al-Mahi, who is in her late 60s, said she became blind about seven years ago and added that numerous operations had all failed to in helping her regain her eyesight. She did not say how she became blind but was extremely thankful to Allah for making her see again.

"I made sincere supplications inside the Prophet's Mosque asking Allah to bless me with my eyesight. In a miraculous moment of providence I started to see light. I turned left and right and could see the mosque very clearly. I went delirious with happiness when I saw my son who was accompanying me," she said.

Fatima said she saw her face for the first time in more than seven years. "I also saw my son who started crying with joy. I saw the other Sudanese pilgrims in our group. I was able to move alone without any help," she said.

She said that although she lived in complete darkness, she never lost hope that Allah would give her back her eyesight. She said she never stopped praying to Allah to give her back her eyesight.



Tuesday, October 22, 2013

A Real Story that happened during Hajj this year.


I met a man in Minna, a young man who was not an Arab, and he was carrying an old man on top of his back. I wanted to thank him for his kindness so I said to him, “Jazzak Allahu khairan for your… dutifulness towards your father.” He said, “He is not my father and he is not even from my country.” I said to him, “Who is this?” He replied, “I found him in ‘Arafah and he had no one with him so I carried him on my back to Muzdalifah and then to Minna.”
I told him, “Why did you do that?!”
He said, “Subhanna Allah, {Verily, the believers are brothers} 49:10″

Taken from Pure words

Tuesday, October 01, 2013

knowledge brings....


"A man travelled from Andalusia to Madinah to ask Imam Malik 40 questions his people had sent with him. Imam Malik only answered 4, saying ‘I don’t know’ to the other 36. 

The man said, ‘O Imam, what shall I say to my people when they ask about the other 36?’

Imam Malik replied, ‘You tell them that I said I don’t know.’

This is the humility that knowledge should bring. 

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