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  1. Your Favorite Verses from the Quran

    Allah Says: "He who obeys the Messenger (Muhammad sal-allahu-aleihi-wasallam), has indeed obeyed Allah, but he who turns away, then we have not sent you (O Muhammad sal-allahu-aleihi-wasallam) as a watcher over them" Sura An-Nisaa (4) Verse No.80
  2. 3 Questions

    By giving him one slap all the questions are answered.wow1great people.Its fantastic.
  3. Just Remember

    Remember oh believer, The command of the divine The five pillars you must uphold, In their Nur you must shine. Recite the Kalimah, Always keep it in mind, Greater it is in weight, Than the heavens and earth combined. Remember your Salat, Say it five times a day, For unsuccessful are those, Who do not pray. Remember zakat and of course hajj and fasting, The benefit of each, Will surely be ever lasting. Remember that day, Which has been foretold, When only your deeds will remain, Not the status or wealth you hold. When the trumpet will sound, Will you then realize your blunder, Too late!! The earth will shatter, The heavens will split asunder. Every soul will die, And then each one resurrected, Falsehoods and misconceptions, Will all be corrected. That day you will stand, With the rest of creation, Infront of your Lord, To be granted mercy or face the retribution. When the judgment begins, Every action you will be made to remember, The choices that you made, To their fate you will have to surrender. So remember and reflect, For this lesson you must learn, To Allah we belong, To Him is our final return... Allaahumma zay-yinnaa bi zeenat-il-eemaani waj'alnaa hudaatan muhtadeen. Oh Allah! Dress us with the beauty of Faith, and make us guides who are upon (correct) guidance. Ameen. by Imad Ansari
  4. The Fall Of The Soldier

    My vision has vanished, By the shadow of the Gate, It has been scraped on my face, As my generation's trait I am thirsty, For the Freedom on the other side, Bury me beneath your feet, Dig for me a hole in the sky... How should I address you as a soldier, When you haven't fought a war, Your strength is lower than an animal, And impossible to compare to air, My grandfather lived in prison, Because of your greed, You held it so tightly Within the palms of your hands, As he watched in disgust of thee, Though he has perished, And, though he is gone, Walk by his blood You will understand from then on, But, still you hold the Water that I crave, You drip it selfishly, Upon his grave, You are still thirsty, For more than I can see, Though, this is not what you want, What you want is me... Sever my flesh, As you crack nature's face My blood feeds your thirst... The hate that grows in each vein Its flame glows in the Abyssof your eyes, And your hands grip to the Edge, Fall within the Depths of your Deceit,... My blood feeds your thirst,... Taste it, soldier, taste it.... How it gushes out of me, smoothly Into stones, it turns, scraping your throat, Stab the sword into me, The Zam- Zam flows gently... By: Nadia Al- Ramahi
  5. Cant Wait Until Ramadan-inshallah

    true.Time fliesby so fast and we dont even realize. Indeed
  6. Ali Selman Benoist (france) Doctor Of Medicine

    source=you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.haneen.com.eg/Islam/BecomingMuslim/Benoist.shtm
  7. In the Name of Allah, most Compassionate, most Merciful As a Doctor of Medicine, and a descendant of a French family, the very choice of my profession has given me a solid scientific culture which had prepared me very little for a mystic life. Not that I did not believe in God, but that the dogmas and rites of other religions in general never permitted me to feel His presence. Thus my unitary sentiment for God forbade my accepting the dogma of the Trinity. Without yet knowing Islam, I was already believing in the first part of the Kalima, La ilah illa 'Allah (There is no deity but Allah), and in these verses of the Qur'an: "Say: He, the God, is One; God is an absolute unity; He never begot, nor was He begotten; and there is none equal to Him." (Al-Qur'an 112:1-4) So, it was first of all for metaphysical reasons that I adhered to Islam. Other reasons, too, prompted me to do that. For instance, my refusal to accept religious men, who, more or less, claim to possess on behalf of God the power of forgiving the sins of men. Further, I could never admit the rite of Communion, by means of the host (or holy bread), representing the body of the holy God, a rite which seems to me to belong to totemistic practices of primitive peoples, where the body of the ancestral totem, the taboo of the living ones, had to be consumed after his death, in order better to assimilate his personality. Another point which moved me away from other religions was the absolute silence which it maintains regarding bodily cleanliness, particularly before prayers, which has always seemed to me to be an outrage against God. For if He has given us a soul, He has also given us a body, which we have no right to neglect. The same silence could be observed, and this time mixed with hostility with regard to the physiological life of the human being, whereas on this point Islam seemed to me to be the only religion in accord with human nature. The essential and definite element of my conversion to Islam was the Qur'an. I began to study it, before my conversion, with the critical spirit of a Western intellectual, and I owe much to the magnificent work of Mr. Malek Bennabi, entitled " Le Phenomene Coranique", which convinced me of its being divinely revealed. There are certain verses of this book, the Qur'an, revealed more than thirteen centuries ago, which teach exactly the same notions as the most modern scientific researchers do. This definitely convinced me, and converted me to the second part of the Kalima,'Muhammad Rasul 'Allah' (Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah). This was my reason for presenting myself on 20th February 1953 at the Masjid in Paris, where I declared my faith in Islam and was registered there as a Muslim by the Mufti of the Paris Masjid, and was given the Islamic name of 'Ali Selman'. I am very happy in my new faith, and proclaim once again: "I bear witness that there is no deity but Allah, and I bear witness that Muhammad is Allah's servant and Messenger."
  8. Dua For All If People

    Ameen to all duas
  9. Hadith

    Abu Huraira (Allah be pleased with him) Narrated that the Prophet Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wasallam said: “The strong is not the one who overcomes the people by his strength, but the strong is the one who controls himself while in anger.� (Sahih Al-Bukhari)
  10. Dua

    Allahuma ainni ala gamaratil mauti wa sakaratil maut.
  11. A Poem

    Subhanallah.very true. many lessons can be learnt from this poem. :D
  12. This Is My Story!

    :D :D Welcome to Islam.nice story
  13. Urdu Naat

    Mashallah its great. :D
  14. The Wedding

    Assalamu alaykum May Allah save us .ameen Jazakallah
  15. Guess it: The game

    Assalamu alykum Nice to learn new stuff everyday.