Ruling Islam (33)

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04-05-2020 True Spirit of Ramzan & Eid
28-11-2019 Why the world is full of poverty. Why Zakat is one of the Piller of Islam.
25-09-2019 Programmatic Logic - Munafiq, Amanat may Khayanat - Hypocrite, Breach of Trust
28-07-2018 Hajj short Guide Map and Steps - حج کا مختصر طریقہ اور نقشہ
14-06-2018 Do You Know - Attadri - أتدري - مشاري العرادة - Meshary Al Arada
12-06-2018 Quran Kareem - Translation, Audio, Offline, Scroll - Android App
18-05-2018 Ramadan Fasting - Do and Don't - Common Mistakes, Helpful things and Things to be avoided
18-11-2017 Daily Quran Verse RSS Feed
09-01-2015 Signs - And who knew
26-02-2014 Ruqyah Shariah - From Quran and Dua
14-01-2014 Received just a bit reality... Rabi ul awwal
24-04-2013 A man become Muslim, I am sorry, O Prophet (phuh)...
15-11-2012 Hazrat Umar Ibn Al Khattab - radiAllahoanho
21-09-2012 What God says for Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him - sallaLlaho alaihi wassallum)
18-09-2012 Innocence of non Muslims rather Guiltiness of non Muslims
20-08-2012 Eid Mubarak to Muslim Ummah
09-08-2012 200 Filipinos embrace Islam in Dubai
11-01-2012 Equality vs Justice
27-02-2010 Eid Milad Un Nabi (صلی اللہ علیہ و سلم)
15-09-2009 Ramadan in pictures
06-09-2009 Hamd-o-Naat Collection
12-03-2009 Mubarak the birth day of محمد رسول الله صلي الله عليه و سلم
07-03-2009 Durood
07-10-2008 Free Unlimited Account
09-09-2008 Governor - Hazrat Saeed-radi Allaho anho
27-08-2008 Umrah Procedure
27-08-2008 List of Converted to Islam
23-07-2008 No Excuse!
06-06-2008 A man who passed away while in sajdah
05-05-2007 Knowledge
07-02-2007 Meditation of the Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alaihi wa alaihi wassallam)
23-01-2007 Muharram - First Month in Islamic Calendar
Fri 21 Sep 2012

This is what Allah says about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him - sallaLlaho alaihi wassallum) in Quraan, the living miracle... the real truth.

 

HIS EXALTED STATUS

1. He is Nur (Sacred Light) (5:15)

2. Allah blesses him (33:56)

3. Mercy for all the worlds (21:107)

4. His name is Muhammad (Meaning the Most Praised One) (47:2)

5. Allah has exalted his Zikr (remembrance) (94:1-4)

6. His exaltation on the Night of Mi’raj: his heavenly ascent (53:8-9)

7. His Station of Praise (Al-Maqam al-Mahmud) (17:79)

 

THE BELOVED OF ALLAH

1. If you want to gain the love of Allah, follow him (3:31)

2. Allah addresses him with love and affection (20:1) (36:1) (73:1) (74:1)

3. Allah says: Realize that My Prophetic Messenger himself is with you (49:7)

4. Allah describes him with His Own Attributes of Rauf (Most Kind) and Rahim (Merciful) (9:128)

5. Allah Himself praises him (33:45-47)

6. Possessor of Allah’s Grace (4:113)

7. He is a special favour of Allah (Sub’hanahu wa Ta’ala) (3:164)

8. Allah does not punish people if he is in their midst (8:33)

9. Allegiance to him is allegiance to Allah (48:10)

 

HE RECEIVED THE HOLY QUR'AN

1. Allah gave him Surah al-Fatiha and the whole Qur’an (15:87)

2. Totally inspired (53:3-4)

3. Allah revealed the Noble Qur’an on his blessed heart (26:192-197)

4. The first revelation he received (96:1)

5. Teaches the Holy Qur’an and Hadith Sharif (Wisdom) and purifies people (62:2)

 

AMONG THE PROPHETS ('Alayhimussalam)

1. He is the Final Prophet (Sallallahu ‘alayhi wa Sallam) (33:40)

2. Mentioned first among the greatest Prophets (‘Alayhimussalam) (33:7) (4:163)

3. A Prophet whom Allah appointed with proven prophecies (30:1-6) (48:1) (48:27) (61:13)

4. Given the knowledge of the unseen (3:179)

5. Nabi Ibrahim (‘Alayhissalam) prayed for his coming (2:129)

6. Foretold by Nabi ‘Isa (Jesus) (‘Alayhissalam) (61:6)

7. Allah asks all the Prophets to believe in him (3:81)

8. Confirms the previous (Prophetic) Messengers of Allah (37:37)

 

SERVES ONLY ALLAH (THE GLORIFIED AND THE EXALTED)

1. Worships only Allah (Sub’hanahu wa Ta’ala) (72:19-20)

2. Puts total trust in Allah (Sub’hanahu wa Ta’ala) (9:129)

3. Selflessly labours for Allah, asks for no reward (25:57) (42:23)

4. Rewarded by Allah (68:3) (108:1)

 

HIS EXEMPLARY CHARACTER

1. Most examplary character (33:21) (68:4)

2. Sadiq (Truthful) (33:22)

3. Final judge and arbiter (4:65) (24:51)

4. Honoured, Noble (69: 40)

5. Forgiving (7:199)

6. He is Burhan (Clear Proof) (4:174)

7. Brave: Commands Muslims in battle (3:121)

 

PREACHES ISLAM

1. Established the correct Message of Islam (6:161-163) (39:11-12)

2. Preacher to all humanity (4:170) (25:1) (34:28)

3. He is Bashir and Nadhir (Bearer of glad tidings and a warner) (5:19)

4. Invites people to Islam (12:108)

5. Even the jinn respond to his call (46:29-31)

6. He brought the truth (17:81) (39:33)

7. He brought a new law (Shari’a) (7:157)

8. A perfect guide to be followed (7:158)

9. He calls you to that which gives you life (8:24)

10. Brings people from the darkness (of Ignorance) to the Light (of Islam) (65:11)

11. His religion prevails over all religion (48:28)

 

HIS BLESSED FAMILY AND COMPANIONS (Rady Allahu 'Anhum)

1. His Family purified by Allah (Sub’hanahu wa Ta’ala) (33:33)

2. His Companions praised by Allah (Sub’hanahu wa Ta’ala) (48:29)

3. His Companions: The Muhajirin and the Ansar (8:74) (9:100) (59:8-9)

4. His Companions pledge allegiance to him (48:18)

 

BELIEVE, HONOUR, LOVE, RESPECT AND OBEY HIM

1. Believe, honour and respect him (48:9) (61:11)

2. Love Allah and His Beloved Prophet more than anything else (9:24)

3. He is closer to the believers than their own selves (33:6)

4. Respect him (49:1-3)

5. Obey Allah (Ta’ala) and His Beloved Prophet (Sallallahu ‘alayhi wa Sallam)

(3:132) (4:13) (4:59) (4:69) (4:80) (9:71) (24:52) (24:54) (24:56) (33:71) (49:14) (64:12)

6. Follow the Commands of Allah (Sub’hanahu wa Ta’ala)

and of His Beloved Prophet (Sallallahu ‘alayhi wa Sallam) (33:36)

7. Whatever he gives you, take it (59:7)

8. The reward of believing in him (57:28)

 

WAGED JIHAD AMIDST PERSECUTION

1. Non-believers plot to kill him (8:30)

2. His persecution (22:39-40)

3. Commanded to fight alone for Allah (Sub’hanahu wa Ta’ala) (4:84)

4. He led Muslims in prayer while in battle (4:102)

5. Allah asks him to seek peace (8:61)

6. Allah helped him in Jihad (33:9)

7. Allah made him victorious (110:1)

 

HIS MIRACLES

1. Living miracle: The Holy Qur’an (2:23) (17:88) (52:34)

2. Human miracle: he was the wasila (means) through whom people’s hearts were transformed (5:83)

3. Heavenly miracle: Isra’ and Mi’raj (his heavenly ascent) (17:1) (53:8-18)

4. Historic miracle: Hijra; escaped while surrounded (9:40)

5. The miracle of the Battle of Badr: Victory against all odds (3:123-125)

6. The splitting of the moon (54:1-2)

 

INTERCESSOR (SHAFI')

1. Allah appointed him as an intercessor to plead for people’s forgiveness (3:159) (4:64) (60:12)

2. An accepted intercessor (19:87) (20:109)

3. His supplication a relief for hearts (9:103)

 

Compiled and Copyright by: Siddiq Osman Noormuhammad
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Tue 18 Sep 2012

I know a man who lost his parents but refused to be called an orphan. 

Man enough to love a strong woman years older than him, worked for her and made her stronger, opened his heart to her, sewed his clothes, and was faithful to her till her last breath. He was courageous and fearless. 

He never judged anyone on their pasts or looks, and was moderate, open minded and tolerant. His neighbor was Jewish and his cousin-in-law was a Christian priest. He was beaten and exiled when he was helpless. He was merciful when he became stronger. 

He was an intelligent, wise and a hard worker, built a long lasting nation out of nothing in the last 20 years of his life. 

He had no parents, but loved his daughters and grandchildren. His one of the last will was "Be good to women".

This man is Prophet Muhammad, a man worth looking up to - peace be upon him

 

Just a couple of sayings of Muhammad peace be upon him below :

From Bukhari Volume 004, Book 052, Hadith Number 257.

Narrated By Abdullah : During some of the Ghazawat of the Prophet, a woman was found killed. Allah’s Apostle disapproved the killing of women and children.

"I advise you ten things: Do not kill women or children or an aged, infirm person. Do not cut down fruit-bearing trees. Do not destroy an inhabited place. Do not slaughter sheep or camels except for food. Do not burn bees and do not scatter them. Do not steal from the booty, and do not be cowardly."

Ibn 'Abbas says: The Messenger of Allah, when dispatching his troops, would tell them, ” ..Do not behave treacherously, nor misappropriate war-booty, nor mutilate [those whom you kill], nor kill children, nor the people in cloisters." (Musnad Ahmad, Sunan At-Tirmidhi)

Another narration records that he said, “...Do not kill a woman, nor a child, nor an old-aged man" (Sharh as-Sunnah Al-Baghawi)

Narrated Anas ibn Malik: The Prophet said: Go in Allah's name, trusting in Allah, and adhering to the religion of Allah’s Apostle. Do not kill a decrepit old man, a young infant, or a child, or a woman, do not be dishonest about booty, but collect your spoils, do right and act well, for Allah loves those who do well. (Sunan Abi Dawud)

And again, "Do not kill a child, nor a woman, nor an old man, nor obliterate a stream, nor cut a tree...” (Sunan Al-Bayhaqi)

 

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Mon 20 Aug 2012

كل عام وأنتم بخير

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Thu 9 Aug 2012

 

DUBAI Over 200 Filipinos have embraced Islam since Ramadan began in July, XPRESS has learnt. 

 “This is only our rough estimate and we really don’t want to parade or make a big deal out of these numbers,” said Wafa Kasimieh, a Filipina senior advisor to Dubai’s Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department (IACAD). “Kabayans are walking in every day to embrace Islam at various Islamic centres across Dubai, so it’s hard to keep track.”

Kasimieh was speaking at an iftar on Wednesday night attended by over 100 new Filipino Muslims in Dubai. The iftar was organised by IACAD and graced by Philippine Consul General to Dubai Benito Valeriano and Labour Attache Delmer Cruz.

One of the recent converts in Dubai is Malak Arias, 37, who left Catholicism and changed her name Christina to Malak. “I used to visit Islamic centres in Abu Dhabi, Karama and Deira to attend classes. It took me five years to come to a decision that I needed to go back to the religion of my forefathers,” said the civil engineer from Paranaque. “Many of our heroes like Lapu-Lapu, the ruler of Mactan, and Rajah Sulaiman, the ruler of Manila when the Spanish colonisers came, were Muslims.”

But more than her country’s history, what guided her decision was personal. “In the past, whenever I had problems,” said Malak, “I would simply cry non-stop. The emotional turmoil within me was just too heavy. The only relative I have here is my brother, who is usually away due to his work. Now, I have found a big family among the Muslim sisters here. I’m still a baby in my new faith, but I understand enough to guide me to this decision,” said Malak, who earned her civil engineering degree from the Technological Institute of the Philippines (TIP).

Josephine Lazona, 32, chose Aisha as her Muslim name when she embraced Islam on July 20, the first day of Ramadan this year. Aisha grew up a Catholic in Sultan Kudarat. The former teacher moved to Dubai in 2008 to work as an administrative assistant in Jebel Ali. “In February, I enrolled in a free Arabic class. All this time, I’ve been searching for answers to difficult questions about my faith,” she said. “As I progressed with my Arabic, my mind was opened. I’ve been seeking answers for years and asked God for a sign, which I got on the night of July 19th when I thought of cooking my favourite pork ‘adobo’ (a popular Filipino dish). Suddenly, I had an unexplained aversion to it. Even the thought of cooking pork adobo made me feel like throwing up.”

The next day, she told her Arabic teacher about her desire to become a Muslim. “My teacher, Sister Ana, was shocked. She never talked to me about converting to Islam. I came to this decision on my own.”

A former born-again Christian, Noriel Magtanong, 36, from Bicol, chose Nuh (Arabic for Noah) as his new Muslim name. “I used to join Christian services, yet I remained an alcoholic. Meanwhile, I’ve been observing Muslims as they pray. One early morning, I woke up and walked around in Dubai and saw them praying. It was a perfect moment. I wanted to surrender myself to God like they do. I saw their spirit of unity, despite their differences. Now, I’ve kicked alcohol altogether.”

Conversions among Filipinos are common in Dubai. In 2010, a total of 125 women from the Philippines embraced Islam. Ahmad Malagueno, 44, a Dubai aircraft maintenance technician who embraced Islam seven years ago, teaches Arabic at Al Sahhaba Centre in Abu Hail on Fridays.

“Before, I used to hate Muslims — but it turned out it was due to my own ignorance. Today, I see Filipinos here embracing Islam almost every day. On July 27, I saw 25 people embracing Islam after a symposium conducted by Filipino Islamic preacher. Only Allah knows the actual numbers today.”

 

By Jay B. Hilotin Chief Reporter Published: 15:51 August 9, 2012

Source : gulfnews.com/about-gulf-news/al-nisr-portfolio/xpress/200-filipinos-embrace-islam-in-dubai-1.1059949

 

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Wed 11 Jan 2012

Equality doesn't mean Justice... Islam has put Justice in Men and Women Rights

 

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Sat 27 Feb 2010

Jashn-e-Eid Milad Un Nabi Mubarak

 (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم)

Happy Birthday of Prophet Muhammad sallalLaho alaihi wassallam

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Date Updates 

24 Jan 2013 - Saudia / UAE  --- 25 Jan 2013 - Pakistan 

25 Feb 2010 - Saudia / UAE  --- 26 Feb 2010 - Pakistan

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Tue 15 Sep 2009

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Officers of Malaysia's Islamic authority use a telescope to perform "rukyah", the sighting of the new moon of Ramadan, in Teluk Kemang, south of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on August 20, 2009. Muslims scan the sky at dusk in the beginning of the lunar calendar's ninth month in search of the new moon to proclaim the start of Ramadan, Islam's holiest month during which observant believers fast from dawn to dusk. (REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad)

 


A Musaharati, dawn awakener, lights up a lantern before touring the streets with his drums to wake observant Muslims for their overnight 'sahur', last meal, before the day's fast in Sidon's Old City in south Lebanon just before dawn August 26, 2009. (REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho) #

Muslims attend prayers on the eve of the first day of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan at Al Akbar mosque in Surabaya, East Java, Indoneisia on August 21, 2009. (REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas) #

A Muslim woman prays at the Istiqlal mosque on the first day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Jakarta on August 22, 2009 or Ramadan 1, 1430 in the Hijriah lunar calendar. (ADEK BERRY/AFP/Getty Images) #

A Kenyan child reads verses from the Quran on the fifth day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in a Madrassa in Nairobi, Kenya on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2009. (AP Photo/Sayyid Azim) #

A Palestinian boy plays with a sparkler on the eve of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan in Gaza City on August 21, 2009. (MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images) #

An Egyptian man makes a traditional dessert known as "kunava", which is popular during the fasting month of Ramadan, at a shop in Cairo August 25, 2009. (REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih) #

A Yemeni therapist applies Kohl to the eyes of a youth, in line with local tradition on the second day of the holy month of Ramadan at a Zaidi (Shiite) mosque in Sanaa's Old City on August 23, 2009. (KHALED FAZAA/AFP/Getty Images) #

Muslims attend Friday prayers on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan at a mosque in Beijing, China on August 21, 2009. (REUTERS/Grace Liang) #

A Muslim man arranges bowls of a traditional dessert called kheer for sale outside a mosque before the evening prayers on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan, in Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir, Indian-administered Kashmir on August 23, 2009. (REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta) #

A child stands among worshippers attending prayers on the eve of the first day of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan at Al Maerkaz Al Islami mosque in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia on August 21, 2009. (REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad) #

A man arrives for the evening prayers of the first day of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan at Merkez mosque in Duisburg, Germany on August 21, 2009. (REUTERS/Ina Fassbender) #

Muslims shop for Iftar, the sunset dinner that breaks the fast at Chalk Bazaar, the traditional Iftar market in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009. (AP Photo/Pavel Rahman) #

Palestinian vendors prepare trays of sweets for Ramadan, in a shop in the West Bank city of Nablus, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009. (AP Photo/Nasser Ishtayeh) #

A cannon fires as part of the ceremony that ends the second day of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan, outside Jerusalem's Old City Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue) #

A Muslim man adjusts his cap in a mirror at a mosque on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan, in Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir, Indian-administered Kashmir on August 23, 2009. (REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta) #

A boy holds candy in his hand as he reads the Quran in a mosque during Ramadan, in Amman, Jordan on August 22, 2009. (REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN RELIGION SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) #

A Palestinian woman walks near the Lion's Gate in Jerusalem's old city where traditional festive lights are displayed ahead of the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on August 20, 2009. (MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images) #

A Muslim boy takes a nap during evening prayers called "Tarawih" at Mosque of Gamal Abdel Nasser in Tripoli, Libya on August 22, 2009. The mosque was converted from the Catholic Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus after a 1969 coup by Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. (REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh) #

An Iraqi baker prepares sweets for the holy month of Ramadan in Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban) #

A Muslim family eats, breaking their fast in a giant tent on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan in Istanbul, Turkey on August 21, 2009. (REUTERS/Osman Orsal) #

Kashmiri Muslim offer prayer on a street in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, Indian-administered Kashmir on Monday, Aug.24, 2009. (AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan) #

Pakistani women line up for subsidized sacks of flour provided by the government for the holy month of Ramadan, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2009 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed) #

A Palestinian potter engraves the expression in Arabic "Ramadan Karim" as he puts the final touches to a clay lantern at his workshop in Gaza City on August 17, 2009, ahead of the start of the holy month of Ramadan. (MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images) #

A man takes a nap in between prayers at a mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan on August 22, 2009. (REUTERS/Adrees Latif) #

Jordanian workers make qatayef, a pancake-like shell filled with nuts or sweet cheese, fried in oil or baked, then dipped in sugary syrup in Amman, Jordan on Sunday August 23, 2009. (AP Photo/Mohammad abu Ghosh) #

Egyptian women walk past paper lanterns used as decorations during Ramadan, on a street in downtown Cairo, Egypt on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2009. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) #

A Pakistani Muslim arranges food stuff for Iftar, a time to break the fast, on the first day of Ramadan, as a child looks on at a mosque in Karachi, Pakistan on Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan) #

A taxi driver reaches for a glass of apple juice after sunset in Kabul, Afghanistan on Sunday Aug. 23, 2009. (AP Photo/Saurabh Das) #

Indonesian Muslim children parade during a ceremony called "Prayer for the Country" to welcome the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Jakarta, Indonesia on August 21, 2009. (Adek Berry/AFP/Getty Images) #

Muslim men break their fast at a mosque in the Saudi Red Sea port of Jeddah on August 23, 2009. (Omar Salem/AFP/Getty Images) #

A Muslim man sits before breaking his fast on the second day of the holy month of Ramadan at a mosque in Agartala, capital of India's northeastern state of Tripura on August 24, 2009. (REUTERS/Jayanta Dey) #

A crescent moon is seen behind the King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque in Amman, Jordan on August 23, 2009, during Ramadan. (REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed) #

Muslim children pray at a mosque during the month of Ramadan in Manila, in the Philippines on August 23, 2009. (JUNIE DOCTOR/AFP/Getty Images) #

A boy sells dates in Amman, Jordan on Saturday August 22 2009. (AP Photo/Mohammad abu Ghosh) #

An unidentified woman helps her son to kiss the iron chain at the entrance of the Naqashband Sahib shrine in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, Indian-administered Kashmir on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2009. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin) #

A vendor of headscarfs waits for customers in the 4th day of Ramadan at a market in Jakarta, Indonesia on August 25, 2009. (Adek Berry/AFP/Getty Images) #

A man prays at a Sunni mosque in Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim) #

The Dome of the Rock, or Masjid Qubbat As-Sakhrah, one of the holiest sites in Islam, is seen on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem through festive lights for Ramadan on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2009. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue) #

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