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Table of Content Preface........................................................................................................................................3 History of the Arabic Region ...................................................................................................13 Controlling The Arabic Region And The Emergence of Colonies...........................................15 Palestine and the Historical Truth ............................................................................................16 Prehistoric Palestine .................................................................................................................16 The Ancient Stone Age ............................................................................................................16 8000 – 17000B.C.: Shifting from Gathering to Production ................................................17 4000 – 8000B.C.: appearance of agricultural communities.................................................17 2000 – 4000B.C.: The Closing of the Fourth millennium before Christianity....................17 Semites .....................................................................................................................................17 Canaanites ................................................................................................................................18 2000B.C. – 1200 B.C.............................................................................................................18 550 – 1200B.C.: Era of Kingdoms (Iron Age):....................................................................19 Israeli People:...........................................................................................................................19 The Persian Empire ..................................................................................................................20 550B.C. – 330 B.C.: the Persian Empire and the Era of Alexander the Great.......................20 330B.C. – 63 B.C. ..................................................................................................................21 The Roman Empire...................................................................................................................21 63B.C. – 636 A.D. ..................................................................................................................21 The Rise of Christianity............................................................................................................22 The Islamic Arabic Conquest ...................................................................................................22 Palestine During the Era of the Rightly-Guided Caliphs..........................................................23 The Era of the Umayyad Caliphs .............................................................................................23 The Era of the Abbasid Caliphate ............................................................................................24 The Tulunid State .....................................................................................................................24 The Ikhshidid Rule ...................................................................................................................24 The Fatimids.............................................................................................................................25 The Seljuk State........................................................................................................................25 Europeans .................................................................................................................................25 The Second Crusades (1146-1149 A.D.)..................................................................................26 The Ayyubid Dynasty...............................................................................................................27 Third Crusade...........................................................................................................................27 Mamluks...................................................................................................................................28 The Ottoman Era ......................................................................................................................28 Napoleon Bonaparte expedition (1798 – 1801):.......................................................................29 Muhammad Ali’s Campaign ....................................................................................................30 The Zionist Settlement in Palestine..........................................................................................31 British Mandate ........................................................................................................................32 The pre-British Mandate period ...............................................................................................32 The British Mandate in Palestine: 1923-1948 ..........................................................................32 Sheikh Eiz Al-Din Al-Qasam Revolution ................................................................................34 The Great 1936 Revolution and the Division Project...............................................................35 The Division Project.................................................................................................................36 The Division Resolution:..........................................................................................................38 Jewish emigration to Palestine .................................................................................................43 Immigration after the Creation of Israel 1948-1967:................................................................49 Expulsion of the Palestinians from their Homes ......................................................................54 The Most Important International Resolutions Concerning Palestine......................................60 https://islamicbookshub.wordpress.com/2013/01/06/history-of-palestine-by-fawzy-al-ghadiry/
  4. Wa alaikum assalam sister I've tested the links, and they display the chapters fine.
  5. Quran (in Arabic Text) - Easy To Copy From

    salaam where can I download quran easy to copy PDF? all links are disabled
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  7. Fasting

    Ramadan is a golden opportunity for us to make repentance and to seek salvation by supplicating in the noblest court of Allah.
  8. LOS ANGELES (CN) – When a Southern California woman was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence last year she was told she could not wear her headscarf in the Ventura County Jail even though she’s Muslim, according to a civil rights lawsuit filed in Los Angeles federal court Monday. Jennifer Hyatt, 44, said Ventura County officers yanked her hijab from her head and she suffered “severe discomfort, humiliation, and emotional distress,” according to the federal lawsuit filed by the Council on American-Islamic Relations in California on her behalf. On Jan. 1, 2017, Hyatt was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence near Thousand Oaks in California. When Ventura County Sheriff’s officers arrived on the scene she was placed into the back of a police car and was not allowed to explain what had happened in the incident between herself and her husband, according to the complaint. “Ms. Hyatt asserted that she had never touched her husband and told the arresting officer that her arm was hurting,” said the complaint. The officer said he’d already seen her arm, but that was not possible because Hyatt was wearing long sleeves at the time. In accordance with her religious beliefs, Hyatt covers her head and much of her body for the sake of dignity, modesty, and bodily integrity, according to the complaint. But at the Ventura County Jail a female deputy “snatched one piece of Ms. Hyatt’s two-piece hijab off of her head” while male officers were in the room. Despite being searched and explaining she can’t be seen by other men without her hijab because she’s Muslim, an officer said, “Not in here, you’re not,” according to the complaint. “She cried throughout the ordeal and experienced humiliation when both her religious beliefs and personal integrity were violated,” according to the complaint. “She felt that the male officers and male inmates had seen parts of her body that they should not have seen, according to her religious beliefs. Ms. Hyatt, who hails from Arkansas, was shocked and disappointed to receive such treatment in the supposedly tolerant state of California.” When Hyatt said she deserved constitutional protection for her religious beliefs an officer yanked off the second part of her hijab and left her uncovered, she says in the lawsuit. She asked for a blanket to cover herself but was denied, she says, adding her fingerprints were taken by a male officer. Hyatt was placed in a room with glass walls where she could be viewed by other men without her hijab as a means to intimidate her, according to her complaint. She tried to cover her head with her hands. She says she was taken to a cell with other women in custody, but was not provided any type of cover for her head and her hijab was only returned to her after her husband posted bond and she was released from jail. A booking photo was taken without her headscarf and this also distresses Hyatt, according to the complaint. Hyatt is also represented by Los Angeles-based attorney Erin Darling, who said in a statement, “It is shocking that in 2018 the county of Ventura permits its sheriff’s deputies to strip a Muslim woman of her religious head covering.” She added, “Religious expression is protected under the law and the county of Ventura cannot single out Muslim women as being undeserving of this basic right.” In a statement, Hyatt said, “I am seeking justice because I do still have the right to be a covered Muslim woman – even in jail.” Named defendants include Ventura County, its sheriff’s department and Sheriff Geoff Dean. Hyatt seeks compensatory and punitive damages on claims of federal and California civil rights violations. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office said it hasn’t seen the lawsuit and doesn’t comment on pending litigation. https://www.courthousenews.com/muslim-woman-sues-jailers-for-removing-hijab/
  9. The Canonization of al-Bukhari and Muslim

    Jonathan AC Brown is Associate Professor of Islam and Muslim Christian Relations in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University (Washington DC) Editorial Reviews Review [Brown] has produced an ambitious study that will itself become a canon for the study of the canonization of the Saḥīḥayn and so like them it is worthy of much attention and analysis. Herbert Berg This is an unusual book in many ways, all of them good. Its scope is strikingly broad, it is in conversation with the latest scholarship both in the field of specialization and also in the wider world of theory, and it is well-written. Download: https://ia600202.us.archive.org/33/items/TheCanonizationOfAlBukhariAndMuslimByJonathanBrown/The Canonization of al-Bukhārī and Muslim By Jonathan Brown.pdf
  10. THIS IS A STORY OF A YOUNG MUSLIM GIRL WHO FALLS IN LOVE WITH A CHRISTIAN BOY NOT FOR MONEY OR LOOKS BECAUSE THE BOY IS SO PURE IN HEART. THE BOY IS READY TO CONVERT,BUT THE GIRL'S PARENTS DON'T WANT THE BOY BECAUSE THEY KNOW THAT HE IS A NON MUSLIM, AND WANT TO MARRY OF THE GIRL. THE GIRL PRAYS TO Allah(S.W) WHILE CRYING TO HIM. IS IT THE FAULT OF THE GIRL AND BOY? DOES LOVE CHOOSE RELIGION? I BRING THIS QUESTION FOWARD TO BE ANSWERED
  11. Prohibtions While Fasting

    Ramadan is the most valuable month in the Islamic calendar (Hijri) and it is obligatory for the Muslims to fast in the month of Ramadan.
  12. Shab E Baraat

    Shab e Barat is the night which contain many virtues in which the deeds of the people are presented in the exalted court of Allah so we should try our level best and make sure that when our deeds are presented in the blessed court of Allah we are in a position of worship and the best way to complete this noble cause is to observe fast.
  13. About Laylat Al Qadr

    Many Muslims in celebrate Laylat al-Qadr, also spelled as Laylat al-Qadr or Shab-e-Qadr, which most likely falls on one of the last 10 days of the Islamic month of Ramadan. Also called the Night of Power or the Night of Destiny, it commemorates the night when Allah revealed the Qur’an , which is the Islamic holy book. https://www.dawateislami.net/blog/the-chief-of-all-the-months/the-chief-of-all-the-months
  14. The 27th date of Rajab which is the seventh month in the Islamic calendar is considered as Shab e Meraj i.e. the night of ascension in which the Beloved and Blessed Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) were taken on a journey from Makkah to Bait-ul-Maqdas, from Bait-ul-Muqaddas to skies and beyond. https://www.dawateislami.net/blog/journey-of-meraj
  15. Requirements To Become An Alim

    Salam a'leikum brother, So, what did you end up doing? - it's been 10 years I think lol
  16. Hi all!

    welcome to the forum, you can start by the simplified Islam Guide.
  17. Consider This Du'a..

    As-Salaam alaikum, Sayyadi Sa'ad Ibn Abi Waqqas, may Allah be pleased with him, reported that the Prophet, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, said:-- "Should I tell you what 'Ism e Azam is? The Ism e Azam is the Du'a of Yunus, alaihis-Salaam: LA ILAHA ILLA ANTA SUBHANAKA, INNI KUNTU MINAZZALIMEEN (there is none worthy of worship except You! Undoubtedly, I have been of the wrongdoers) - 21:87 If one recites this Du'a 40 times in his illness, then he shall receive the Thawaab (reward) of a Shaheed (martyr). if he regains his health then he shall be cleansed from his sins." In view of this, we should therefore make this Du'a part of our daily Zikr... in illness or in health. Best Wishes.
  18. Hi all!

    Hello Alex, to Gawaher I'm glad you decided to join us. I hope that you find your stay here at IF beneficial, as well as enjoyable, and inshaAllah we benefit from each other. As we advise all new comers, please take a moment to read our Forum Rules. This will greatly enhance your understanding of this community, and ensures a smooth relation with everyone around here .As a new member, you will notice a number of temporary limitations. Please read about them here: New Members: Read This! And now here is your welcome drink, on the house!So sit back, and let me pour you a few glasses of freshly squeezed fruit juice!. Drink all you can.
  19. Hi all!

    How do you do? My name is Alex and I have been travelling around the world for 4 months. I intend to explore the Middle East in 1 month - the region which I consider as the most mysterious land in the world. I want to learn some basic things about Islamic in this region. I see some differences in Islamic between some countries in SEA and the Middle East countries. It is the reason why I find out and join this forum.
  20. https://safeshare.tv/my/safeviews/YW99U4JWNEc/play walaikumsalam , Brother i dont know why you have used such a huge fonts .
  21. issues with my mother

    okay thanke you so much for ur help Allah will reward you insha Allah if i need any help i will contact you Jazaakallaahu khairaa.
  22. issues with my mother

    In that case, you will be rewarded for your good intentions to visit her, and she will be the one to blame. However, always keep talking to her by phone or any other means, and let her know that you must obey your husband otherwise you will be sinful, and let her know that you will resume visiting her as soon as she allows it.
  23. issues with my mother

    ok that good idea thanke you but she didn’t let me to see her .she tell me if u want me to let u enter my house you need to let me to visit ur house if not she don’t need me.i feel so depressed
  24. issues with my mother

    Ask your husband to tell her that she cannot visit his house without his permission and that he only allows you to visit her not the otherwise. This way, she will not be as attached to your husband like before.
  25. issues with my mother

    if i go to visit her she started to stay in my house all the time she didn’t even given us some alone time and she fight with us all time iam so scared future of my daughter that's why iam so scared to visit her.if i give her a little place she do whatever she wants.
  26. issues with my mother

    she is stubborn so i need visit her but she always want to come to my house and stay long time she didn’t let me to visit her if i didn’t let her to come to my house she just want spend lots of time with family i don’t know why she like this iam so sad whenever she comes to me she start fight
  27. issues with my mother

    Oh sorry, I missed that. In that case, you have to visit her on a regular basis, just don't take your husband with you. In Islam, even if our o\parents are not Muslims or even if they are not believers, we still have to keep their company and be good and nice with them at all times.
  28. issues with my mother

    but she have my father she always fight with him i already moved to new home now i stopped talking and seeing her but i’didnt know my decision is good in Islam or not i just want my daughter to live happy
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