Women of Islam – Motivational Reminder

❤She is Khadija : The first to accept Islam,a successful business woman a supporter to the early development of Islam,a philanthropist,I.e the first wife of the prophet (S.A.W).

❤She is Maryam : A virgin that give birth to prophet Isah (A.S),she sweeps and clean Masjid day and night, She submitted herself to Allah and a surah in the Qur’an is named after her Suratul Maryam.

❤She is Aisha : The beloved wife of prophet (S.A.W).A devoted worshipper an educationist, scholar and a teacher of the science of hadith youth as she was, she was highly generous in memorization of Qur’an and Hadith.

❤She is Asiya : A woman of unshakable Imaan (faith), Foster mother of prophet Musa (A.S).A wife to a rich, powerful and dictator king fir’aun but yet full of wisdom. She forsake materialism and chosen Allah and the Hereafter.

❤She is Ummu Ammar(summayya ) :The first woman to embrace Islam outside the family of prophet (S.A.W),The first Muslim to be matryed.

❤She is Ummu Sulaim : One of The military woman who fought at the battle field while she was pregnant during the time of prophet (S.A.W).

❤She is Fatima : daughter of the prophet (S.AW).an obedient wife and caring mother,a nurse and a doctor Who treated the injured and wounded at the battle field during the time of prophet (S.A.W).

🌺YES: Women are proud, they are too precious:
Why? Because in The Qur’an, Allah named a surah after women. An-nisah
(The chapter of women)🌺

Are you happy you are a woman??🌹

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Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) Cursed 3 types of People

Rasulullah Sallallaahu-Alaihi-Wasallam said
“It Is Better for A Man That A Steel Nail Be Driven Through The Centre Of His Head Rather Than If He Touches The Palm Of A Strange Woman.”

Rasulullah Sallallaahu-Alaihi-Wasallam said
“I Only Curse 3 Types Of People:

1. Those People Who Do Not Look After Their Parents When They Are In Old Age

2. Those People Who Do Not Take Full Advantage Of The Blessed Month Of Ramadan

3. Those People Who Do Not Say,
“Sallallaahu-Alaihi-Wasallam’ When My Name Is Mentioned.”

Rasulullah Sallallaahu-Alaihi-Wasallam said
“A Woman Who Reveals Her Body,Wears Tight Fitting Clothes And Flirts With Men Other Than Her Husband Wont Even Have Access To The Fragrance Of Jannah (Heaven).”

Rasulullah Sallallaahu Alaihi-Wasallam said
“An Intelligent Person Is 1 Who Is Constantly Thinking About And Preparing For Death.”

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10 Easy Ibadaat for Women in Ramadan on their Menses / Periods

WHAT CAN I DO DURING MY PERIOD?

Many sisters feel that they cannot do much of Ibaadaat while on their monthly period, this is not true. Allah (Exalted be His mention) gave us the blessing of time, we should take advantage of it in doing things that are pleasing to Him. So, here is a list of ten easy Ibaadaat that can be done during the period:

1. Make lots of du’a (supplication) to Allah
Being in that state of ritual impurity should not prevent you from making du’a.
It is reported from An-Nu’man bin Bashir (May Allah be pleased with him) reported the prophet (Peace & blessing of Allah be upon him) said: “Du’a is worship.”
[Abu Dawud]

2. Visit a close family member

When you are visiting one of your close family members make sure to have the intention of keeping good ties of kinship between both of you.

The prophet (Peace & blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “And he who believes in Allah and the Last Day should unite his ties of kinship.”

[Reported by Al-Bukhari]

3. Make lots of Istighfaar (seeking forgiveness from Allah) and dhikr (remembrance of Allah)

#Istighfaar (praying for forgiveness), by repeating the phrase “Astaghfir-Allah (I ask Allah for #forgiveness).”

#Dhikr – such as saying Subhan-Allah, La ilaaha illa-Allah, al-Hamdu Lillaah, etc. She can repeat the words “Subhan-Allah wa’l-hamdu Lillaah, wa laa ilaaha ill-Allah, wa Allahu Akbar (Glory be to Allah, praise be to Allah, there is no god but Allah and Allah is Most Great)” and “SubhanAllah wa bi hamdihi, subhanAllah il-‘Adheem (Glory and praise be to Allah, glory be to Allah the Almighty)” etc.

This can be done when you are cooking, cleaning, going to work, going to the shop, etc. Allah [Exalted be His mention] says [what means]:

“O you who have believed, remember Allah with much remembrance.”
[Surat Al-Ahzab: 33: Verse: 41]

4. Give Da’wah to Muslims and non-Muslims

This can be by sharing an Islamic post on face book, sharing Islamic knowledge in general through media, and most importantly being a good example through your manners, speech and actions. Allah says what means: “And who is better in speech than one who invites to Allah and does righteousness and says, “Indeed, I am of the Muslims.” [Surat Fussilat: 41: Verse: 33]

And the prophet (Peace & blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Convey from me even if it is (only) one ayah (verse).”
[Narrated by al-Bukhari]

5. Read beneficial books

Choose books that will help you understand more about Islam, purpose of this life and duties towards our creator. Anas ibn Malik said, the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: “Seeking knowledge is obligatory upon every Muslim.”

[Sunan Ibn Majah]

6. Visit the sick

It is one of the rights upon another Muslim to visit them when they are sick, and not only that, there are great virtues for visiting the sick as mentioned by our beloved Prophet (Peace & blessings of Allah be upon him): “When the Muslim visits his (sick) Muslim brother, he is harvesting the fruit of paradise until he returns.” [Narrated by Muslim]. This would also enable us to be more thankful to Allah for the good health that we have and content with the condition we are in.

7. Listen to the Qur’an frequently

Listening to the Qur’an would enable you to prefect your recitation of the Qur’an, help you revise what you memorized, and constantly remembering Allah in your heart and mind.

8. Help others

If you see your sister in Islam going through hard circumstances, do what you can to help her. One day if you are in that same position, Allah will bring to you someone who will help you too.

9. Smile in your sister’s face

By doing so, we are following the prophet’s sunnah and will be rewarded for it Insha’Allah.

10. Spread the greeting of “Salam”

This should be done with those [sisters] we know or never met before. The prophet (Peace be upon him) said: “You will not enter paradise until you believe, and you will not believe until you love one another. Shall I tell you about something which, if you do it, will make you love one another? Greet each other with Salam.”
[Muslim]

In conclusion, let’s renew our intentions and make sure we are doing all these good deeds sincerely for Allah’s sake and following the footsteps of our beloved prophet Muhammad and his companions (May Allah be pleased with them all).

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Your Body Part Roles during Fasting in Ramadan

In The Name Of Allah, The Most Beneficent, The Merciful

The Philosophy of fasting is well-known. It gives the servants of Allah a training in discipline, self-control, unquestioned obedience to God. It cultivates self-denial in man so that he may be able to understand the problems facing the community and society.

Islam is a religion, compact and well-balanced. It is not just a collection of some unrelated ideologies and traditions. There is good reason behind every enjoyment, every tenet and every precept.

So compact is the whole Islamic System in fact that you cannot believe in it piece­meal; you have either to take it in its entirety or leave it in total, you cannot select from it.
During Ramadhan, Muslims abstain from eating and drinking, sexual relations and such things.
But it is only the external part of the fast. The soul and spirit of fast is something deeper.This aspect of the fast can very easily be explained in the words of our Holy Prophet (s.a.w).

He (s.a.w) said: “Your fast day should not be like ordinary days. When you fast, all your senses eyes, ears, tongue, hands and feet must fast with you.” How can these organs fast?

Eyes: Keep your eyes off unlawful things and objects; spend this most precious gift of God in good causes and pious acts; read the Quran, Duas and books of knowledge.

Ears: Abstain from hearing unlawful gossip, lies, false statements, music and obscene topics; pay attention towards sermons and topics of learning.

Tongue: Do not tales, do not spread indulge in damaging tell lies or useless rumors, and do not gossip about others persons; keep aloof from falsity. Use the power of speech in spreading the word of God, in creating good will in the society.

Hands: Do not inflict injury upon others by your actions; instead strive to help them as far as possible.

Feet: Do not go towards forbidden places, like bars and cinemas. Do not run between people creating strife. Go towards those places where God is remembered: and where you can find the means to purify your soul.

And, above all, your heart and your mind must be with you in fasting. Because fast, in its real sense, will remain incomplete unless your thoughts, your emotions, your actions in short, all aspects of your life become pure, clean and free from blemishes.

Thus, the fast should create in us an instinctive obedience to the Law of God I have heard about some people thinking that the fast of Ramadhan was not meant for the 21st century; or that the factory workers should be exempted from this obligation.

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A SERIOUSLY LEAKING BUCKET – True Story

💦💧💦💧💦💧💦💧 💧

It is true that you observe prayer, but you still smoke cigarettes (a Leaking Bucket)💦

We know that you use hijab but you still enjoy what married people enjoy in the name of dating (leaking Bucket) 💦 💧

You are putting great efforts in the masjid works, but you are so incautious of your character while relating with people, that people abuse Islam because of your attitude (leaking bucket)💦 💧

You…sing hijab is rewardable but seeing you in hijab holding and hugging guy around the campus !(leaking bucket)💦 💧

You fast and have sabr for the pangs of hunger and thirst but you gossip, back bite, insult, curse, fight, lie (a Leaking Bucket)💦 💧

You wear abaya and hijab but your perfume is so strong that guys can’t resist looking at you many times (a Leaking Bucket)💦 💧

You honour and good to your guests but when they leave,you gossip about them and talk about all their flaws (a Leaking Bucket)💦 💧

You are good to your parents during the school break but your younger ones and neighbors are praying for your quick return back to school because you treat them bad (leaking bucket)💦 💧

Do not gather all your good deeds in a Leaking Bucket. 💦 💧

You struggle to fill it whilst it easily runs out through the leaking holes! Let us immediately without delay begin to seal the holes in our leaking buckets.

That day mankind will proceed in scattered groups that they may be shown THEIR DEEDS* zalzalah v6

May Allah accept our deeds and forgive all our sins… Ameen‎..

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Top 10 Quotes by Harzar Abu Bakar Siddique (Radiallahoanho)

Assalamwalekum my dear brothers and sisters, in earlier article we shared top 15 Quotes by Naulam Ali Khan and in this section we will share top 10 Quotes by Hazrat Abu Bakar Siddique (RA).

Here are Top 10 Quotes by Hazrat Abu Bakar Siddique (Radiallahoanho) which we must implement in our lives.

1. Fear of Allah is likened to knowledge, while being oblivious of your creator is likened to ignorance.

2. Weeping is for the day in which you have wasted without any good deeds being done.

3. It does not benefit the tongue to speak speak of the losses incurred upon a person’s worldly investments.

4. If any good deeds for whatsoever reason is unaccomplished, then endeavor to accomplish it and if a good deed is accomplished then make an effort to accomplish more.

5. Just and Fairness is good, nay it is better.

6. It is compulsory for the one questioned to answer and to give an excellent reply shows superb ethics and morals.

7. Humility shown by the poor is good but humility shown by the rich is better

8. The foundation for all a persons troubles is his speech.

9. Life comes to pass yet Death is very much closer.

10. Whosoever gets involved in the work of Allah then Allah gets involved in his work.

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Top 15 Quotes by Naulam Ali Khan

Earlier we shared, Top 10 Quotes by Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) and in this section, we will list top 10 quotes by Naulam Ali Khan.

1. When someone isn’t smart enough to express their frustration, they use dirty words. Dirty words describe lack of intelligence. Smart people don’t use dirty words, because they find it an insult to their intelligence.
-Nouman Ali Khan

2. “When you see someone who is not as religious as you, remember that you were once on the edge of the fire and it was ALLAH Subhaana wa Ta’ala’s favour upon you to guide you. Arrogance will wipe away any goodness from transformation.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

3. “When you find yourself in a position to help someone, be happy because ALLAH is answering that person’s prayer through you.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

4. “You can’t change someone’s behaviour, all you can do is remind them, pray for them and believe ALLAH can and will change their heart.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

5. “When you are going through hardship and you start wondering where ALLAH is, just remember the Teacher is always quiete during a test.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

6. “Your sin is not greater than the mercy of ALLAH.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

7. “If we were truly the people of “Alhamdullilah” we wouldn’t find the time, energy, or motivation to complain.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

8. “We live in a society where we wake up our children for school but not Fajr.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

9. “Just because you are a Believer, it doesn’t mean you are safe from the Hell-fire.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

10. “The worst expression of the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘Alayhi Wa Sallam) anger towards his wife was that he would remain silent.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

11. “Islam is not about “we are better than you”. Rather it is about “let me show you something that is better for you”
-Nouman Ali Khan

12. “People can put you down in life and they will but ALLAH will never abandon you, so long as you don’t.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

13. “The hypocrite takes good advice as an insult.”
-Nouman Ali Khan

14. “ALLAH says Jannah is awesome, IMAGINE how awesome that is, when the All-Knowing Almighty is calling it awesome”
-Nouman Ali Khan

15. “If someone corrects you, and you feel offended, then YOU have an EGO problem”
-Nouman Ali Khan

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Top 10 Quotes by Prophet Mohammed (S.A.W) – Part 2

Assalamwalekum my dear brothers and sisters, here is the part 2 of top 10 quotes by our beloved Prophet Mohammed (S.A.W) which everyone should try to obey in their life.

Read the first here: Top 10 Quotes by Prophet Mohammed (S.A.W)

1. “Cunning, deceiving and betraying are in the fire”,

2. “Whoever that his eating is little, his body is healthy and whoever that his eating is much his body becomes ill and his heart becomes hard.”

3. “A merchant waits for sustenance and a monopolist waits for curse.”

4. “The most beloved deed to Allah is the keeping (withholding) of one’s tongue.”

5. “It is absurdity in man to make his guest serve him.”

6. “The thing that I most fear of my nation from is every cunning hypocrite.”

7. “He, who comforts a distressed one, shall have like his reward.”

8. “Beware of the believer’s insight because he sees by the light of Allah glory be to Him.”

9. “The praise (of Allah) for a blessing is a safety from its disappearance.”

10. “Let no man be alone with a woman, for Satan shall be the third of them.”

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Top 10 Quotes by Prophet Mohammed (S.A.W)

Assalamwalekum my dear brothers and sisters, here are top 10 quotes by our beloved Prophet Mohammed (S.A.W) which everyone should try to obey in their life.

1. “Greatly hateful to Allah is the eating without hunger, the sleeping without drowsiness, and the laughing without a wonder(reason).”

2. “Between the servant and disbeliefs is the giving up of Prayers.”

3. “Whoever fears Allah, Allah saves him from everything.”

4. “The carer for a widow or a poor is like a struggler in the way of Allah, or a worshiper worshiping all the night and fasting in the day.”

5. “The believing in the fate removes grief and sorrow.”

6. “Do not increase your grief; what has been predetermined shall take place, and what has been predetermined as your sustenance shall come to you.”

7. “Visit the graves because they remind you of the afterlife.”

8. “Shall I guide you to the best morals of this life and the afterlife? Maintain relationship with one who has cut relations with you, give to one who has deprived you, and pardon one who has wronged you.”

9. “Whoever defends his brother’s honor, Allah will defend his face against the fire.”

10. “Blessed is he who controls his tongue and weeps at his sin.”

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Top 12 Commandment from Allah

ALLAH (سبحانه و تعالى‎) said:
1) “O My slaves, I have forbidden oppression to Myself, and I have made it unlawful among you, so do not wrong one another.
2) O My slaves, all of you are astray except those whom I guide, so ask Me for guidance, and I will guide you.
3) O My slaves, all of you are hungry except those whom I feed, so ask Me for food and I will feed you.
4) O My slaves, all of you are naked except those whom I clothe, so ask Me for clothing and I will clothe you.
5) O My slaves, you err night and day, but I forgive all sins, so ask Me for forgiveness and I will forgive you.
6) O My slaves, you can never do Me any harm or bring Me any benefit.
7) O My slaves, if the first of you and the last of you, your humans and your jinn, were equal in piety like the heart of the most pious man among you, that would not add anything to My dominion.
8) O My slaves, if the first of you and the last of you, your humans and your jinn, were equal in evil like the heart of the most evil man among you, that would not detract anything from My dominion.
9) O My slaves, if the first of you and the last of you, your humans and your jinn, were to stand on a single plain and ask of Me and I were to give each one what he asked for, that would not cause any loss to Me greater than what is lost when a needle is dipped into the sea.
10) O My slaves, it is only your actions that I am recording for you, then I will requite (compensate) you for them.
11) Whoever finds it to be good, let him praise Allah, and
12) Whoever finds it to be otherwise, let him blame no one but himself.”

Sa’eed said:
“When Abu Idris Al Khawlani narrated this Hadith, he would kneel down”.

(SAHIH MUSLIM Vol #6, Hadith #6572-6575)

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Masha'Allah