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  1. Does This Break The Fast?

    :D (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.Islam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?ref=49005&ln=eng"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.Islam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?ref=49005&ln=eng[/url] (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.islamicawakening(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/viewarticle.php?articleID=987&"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.islamicawakening(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/viewarticl...icleID=987&[/url]
  2. Should Hamas Recognise Israel?

    :D The reality is this: the sincere Mujahideen in Palestine (and in all occupied lands) will continue to fight fisabilillah until victory or martyrdom. This will continue until the day of judgement! As for those who fight for nationalism then naturally they shall be defeated Victories has many forms ya akhi. Just because Palestine has not been liberated does not mean the mujahideen have not achieved anthing. Listen to Constants on the path of jihaad by Anwar al Awalki (google it and you'll find the lectures)
  3. Just An Inquiry

    :D (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_islam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?ref=78494&ln=eng"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_islam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?ref=78494&ln=eng[/url]
  4. Books

    :D Not books but Anwar Al Awlaaki's Hereafter lectures are brilliant (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.salaattime(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/anwar.html"]The End Of Times - The Hereafter [/url] By Anwar al Awlaaki
  5. How Should Muslims Treat Jews And Christians?

    :D (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_islam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?ref=26721&ln=eng"]Principles and guidelines for Muslims’ relations with non-Muslims[/url]
  6. Gis May Have Planned Iraq Rape, Slayings

    :D O Allah destroy the filthy crusader army that have entered the lands of the Muslims. Destroy the dogs that rape our sisters and humiliate our brothers. Make them suffer in this life and bring upon them the worst of punishment in the hereafter. O Allah, strengthen the Mujahideen and grant them victory. :D
  7. Do You Have A Kunya?

    :D As For The Kunyah Taken From: (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_uk.groups.yahoo(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/group/al-Islam-dk/"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_uk.groups.yahoo(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/group/al-Islam-dk/[/url] ÈÓã Çááå ÇáÑÃãä ÇáÑÃíã ÇáÃãà ááå ÑÈ ÇáÚÇáãíä æÕáì Çááå æÓáã Úáì äÈíäÇ ãÃãà æÚáì Âáå æÃÕÃÇÈå æãä ÇåÊÃì ÈåÃíå Åáì íæã ÇáÃíä ÃãÇ ÈÚà ÇáÓáÇã Úáíßã æÑÃãÉ Çááå æÈÑßÇÊå As for the kunayh (a nickname that contains the appellation Abu, Umm, etc, it is a form of honouring someone, and the Prophet (Õáì Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) bestowed the kunyah "Abu Yahyaa" on Suhaib (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå) and upon 'Alee (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå) the kunyah "Abu Turaab," and upon the brother of Anas (ÑÖí Çááå ÚäåãÇ) the kunyah "Abu 'Umair" while he was still a young child. It was a part of his guidance to bestow a kunyah upon a person who had a son and upon one who had no son. It has not been confirmed from him that he (Õáì Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) prohibited any kunyah except Abul Qaasim (that is his own kunyah). Scholars have disagreed regarding it. Some said that it is totally impermissible while others have said that it is not permissible to combine it with the name (i.e. Abul Qaasim Muhammad), and there is a hadeeth to that effect which was declared authentic by At-Tirmidhee. It was said that it is permissible to combine them based on the hadeeth of 'Alee (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå) in which he said (to the Prophet Õáì Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã ): "If another son is born to me after you (die), may I call him by your name and bestow upon him your kunyah?" He (Õáì Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) said, "Yes." This was declared authentic by At Tirmidhee. It was said that the prohibiton was only during his lifetime. The correct opinion is that bestowing his kunyah on anyone is forbidden, and it was more strictly prohibited during his lifetime. Also, combining them is prohibited, for the authenticity of the hadeeth of 'Alee (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå) is questionable (3), and At-Tirmidhee (ÑÃãå Çááå ÊÚÇáì) was not strict regarding the authentication of ahadeeth. Footnote #3: All narrators in the sanad (chain of narration) are described by the Scholars of Hadeeth as reliable. 'Alee (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå) said that it was a license for him, which proves that the prohibition remains for others. As for the hadeeth of 'Aaishah (ÑÖí Çááå 򊌂): "What could make my name lawful and my kunyah lawful?" It is ghareeb (4). An authentic hadeeth may not be contradicted by such a narration. Footnote #4: From Shaykh Muhammad Ibn 'Abdil Wahhaab (ÑÃãå Çááå ÊÚÇáì): Ghareeb - A hadeeth reported at some point(s) in its sanad by a single narrator, such a hadeeth is not necessarily weak, but obviously Ibnul Qayyim means to suggest that it is so here. However, all of the narrators are described as reliable by the Scholars of Hadeeth. A group of the Salaf (ÑÖí Çááå Úäåã) disliked that the kunyah Abu 'Eesaa be applied to anyone, while others permitted it. Abu Daawud (ÑÃãå Çááå ÊÚÇáì) narrated on the authority of Zaid Ibn Aslam (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå) that 'Umar (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå) struck one of his sons who took for himself the kunyah Abu 'Eesaa, and that Al-Mugheerah took for himself that same kunyah and 'Umar said, "Is it not enough for you to take the name Abu 'Abdillaah as a kunyah?" Al-Mugheerah (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå) replied, "The Messenger of Allaah (Õáì Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) bestowed on me this kunyah." 'Umar responded, "The Messenger of Allaah (Õáì Çááå Úáíå æ Óáã) has had all of his sins, past and future forgiven by Allaah while you are in our jaljah." After this he continued to use the kunyah Abu 'Abdillaah until he died. Footnote: Jaljah - That is, we still remain amongst a number of Muslims like us, and we don't know what Allaah will do with us. All of the narrators are described as reliable by the Scholars of Hadeeth. References: Mutakhsar Zaadul Ma'aad By Imaam Ibnul Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah Summarized By Shaykh Muhammad Ibn 'Abdil Wahhaab Pages 177 - 179 Imaam An-Nawawee (ÑÃãå Çááå ÊÚÇáì) was given the nickname Aboo Zakariyyaa (the father of Zakariyyaa) although he never had a child by that name. It is not uncommon for men to be given kunyahs (nicknames) while they are still under age and that kunyah remains with them throughout their lives. See Imaam An Nawawee's 40 Ahadeeth by www.TarbiyyahBookstore(contact admin if its a beneficial link) In Al-Majmoo', Imaam An-Nawawee (ÑÃãå Çááå ÊÚÇáì) argues that it is recommended for people to have kunyahs, even if they do not have children. See Imaam An-Nawawee's, Al-Majmoo' Sharh Al-Muhdhib Vol. 8, p.438 Let's take a look at the Mother of the Believers: She was Umm 'Abdillaah 'Aaishah (ÑÖí Çááå 򊌂). It is known that she never had any children. Aboo Hurairah (the father of the cat (kitten)): This is 'Abdur-Rahmaan Ibn Sakhr (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå). He could never be the "father" of a cat. It's just a nickname. There are more examples from the Sunnah.
  8. Which Country Would You Recommend?

    :D Sister Haqul Yaqeen what is Syria like. How Islamic is it? What are the ppl like, is it a good Islamic environment etc.
  9. Sami Yusuf Replies To Yvonne Ridley

    :D When we start imitating the kuffar and come up with 'Islamic' concerts, screaming hijaabi sisters are to be expected...
  10. New Thing

    :D I think ur display mode has been changed...click on 'Options' thats up near the right corner and then click standard...
  11. Constants Of The Path Of Jihaad

    :D :D you are in the best of health and imaan Constants of the Path of Jihaad - Thawaabit ala Darb Al Jihaad By Anwaar Al Awlaaki A must listen! Thawaabit 'ala darb al Jihad is one of the best contemporary books on the subject of Jihad. It was ... all » written by Shaykh Yusuf al 'Uyayree. Shaykh Yusuf had left at an early age to fight in Afghanistan against the Russians. People who knew him described him as a very intelligent individual who was well-versed in all of the weaponry in all fields and was able to train with them very well. Later, he returned to the Arabian Peninsula where he continued serving the Mujahideen in Chechnya and fundraised for them. As time passed, he was arrested and put in jail for a few years. In jail he memorized al Bukhari and Muslim. When he came out, he wrote a few books; each one of them is a masterpiece. One can see the depth of his textual references to Qur'an and Sunnah as well as references to present day occurences. He was later killed and died shaheed by the security forces in the Arabian Peninsula; we ask Allah for that to be the case. Imam Anwar al Awlaki brings this book back to life in his lecture series on the book. It is a very detailed lecture series which is extremely relevant to our time (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_video.google(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/videoplay?docid=8347955236284627428"]Part 1 of 6[/url] (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_video.google(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/videoplay?docid=-4281764278804019981"]Part 2 of 6[/url] (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_video.google(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/videoplay?docid=6383899575481789739"]Part 3 of 6[/url] (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_video.google(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/videoplay?docid=-8256948011489014159"]Part 4 of 6[/url] (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_video.google(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/videoplay?docid=-8535099017714261210"]Part 5 of 6[/url] (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_video.google(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/videoplay?docid=4246594494887973790"]Part 6 of 6[/url] Notes to lectures (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.oxyshare(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/get/166058910448f3a81a318d/Notes"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.oxyshare(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/get/166058910448f3a81a318d/Notes[/url] - Constants on the path of Jihad.doc.html
  12. Amazing Poem!

    :D :D you are in the best of health and imaan :D this is one of the most amazing poems I have ever read ÊÒæà ãä ÇáÃäíÇ ÃÅäß áÇ ÊÃÑí ***** Ã…ÃÇ Ìä áíá åá ÊÚíÔ Åáì ÇáÃÌÑ Ãßã ãä ÚÑæÓ ÒíäæåÇ áÒæÌåÇ ***** æÞà äÓÌÊ ÃßÃÇäåÇ æåí áÇ ÊÃÑí æßã ãä ÕÛÇÑ íÑÊÌì Øæá ÇÚãÇÑåã*****æÞà ÇÃÎáÊ ÇÌÓÇÃåã 􇋃 ÇáÞÈÑ æßã ãä Óáíã ãÇÊ ãä ÛíÑ ÚáÉ ***** æßã ãä ÓÞíã ÚÇÔ ÃíäÇ ãä ÇáÃåÑ æßã ãä ÃÊì íãÓí æíÕÈà áÇåíÇ ***** æÞà äÓÌÊ ÃßÃÇäå æåæ áÇíÃÑí æßã ãä ÓÇßä Úäà ÇáÕÈÇà ÈÞÕÑå ***** æÚäà ÇáãÓÇ Þà ßÇä ãä ÓÇßä ÇáÞÈÑ Ãßä ãÎáÕÇ æÇÚãá ÇáÎíÑ ÃÇÆãÇ **** áÚáß ÊÃÙì ÈÇáãËæÈÉ æÇáÃÌÑ æÃÇæã Úáì ÊÞæì ÇáÅáå ÃÅäåÇ ***** ÃãÇä ãä ÇáÃåæÇá Ãí ãæÞà ÇáÃÔÑ Take your provisions in this world, for you know not, If the night encompasses, shall you survive until dawn, For how many brides were adorned for their husbands, And her shroud was sown out for her, while she knew not And how many of the young hoped for the longevity of their lives, And their bodies entered the darkness of the grave, And how many of the healthy died without illness, And how many of the ill lived to a long appointed age, And how many children slept and awoke with haste, And their shroud was sown out for them, and they knew not, And how many inhabitants of palaces in the morning, Found themselves at night, inhabitants of graves, So be of the sincere, oft-workers of righteousness, Perhaps you shall be fortunate to reap bounty and reward, And be constantly vigilant upon consciousness of The Lord, for it is, Security from the difficulties in the station of The Gathering Source: Another forum
  13. I Don't Mean To Interrupt Your Joy But....

    :D You can always listen to it on the radio... Your intention might be to just watch the football, but no doubt u will see the players awrah... And how can you say that u'll 'accidently' might see the players thighs, when you know in the first place thier not covered properly. It's amazing how the sahabah would even give up things that are halaal for the sake of Allah yet we today are not willing to give up haraam
  14. I Don't Mean To Interrupt Your Joy But....

    :D I have to agree with anthony here. :D ya akhi for reminding us. May Allah reward you. Sister, there is no need to speak in such a manner. Subhan'Allah, for all we know 'new muslims' may be a thousand times more knowledgeable then us! We are all getting defensive cos we want to watch it, but remember that if you give up something for the sake of Allah, He will replace it with something better! It's gonna be hard, but i'm gonna stay away from the tv :D
  15. :D I remember listening to a the lecture (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.uponsunnah(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/asaad.php"]Those who desire Paradise[/url]? which has the following story. Subhan'Allah amazing The Martyred Youth & the Rein's Owner Excerpted & translated from the book: "The Roads of Desires to the Fate of the Admirers" A man called Abu Qudamah Ash-Shamy, who lived in the Prophet's Madinah, was known for his love for Jihaad in Allâh's cause and participating in expeditions to the land of the Romans. One day, while conversing with some of his companions in the Prophet's Holy Masjid in Madinah, they said: "O Abu Qudamah, tell us about the most amazing thing you have witnessed while in Jihaad". He replied: I once arrived at the city of Riqqa (in Iraq) seeking to purchase a camel to carry my weapons. One day, a woman entered to where I was sitting and said: "O Abu Qudamah, I was listening to what you mentioned about Jihaad and your incitement for Muslims to join it. I have been blessed with more hair than many other women; I have cut it and made a horse's rein out of, and I have covered it with dust so that no one can recognise it. I wish that you take it with you, so that when you arrive to the land of the disbelievers, and the horsemen engage in battle, the arrows are fired, the swords are drawn, and the spears are pulled out, either use it if you find the need for it, or hand it to whoever needs it, for I wish that my hair will witness the battle and will get the dust in the Way of Allâh. I am a widowed woman who had a husband and a number of relatives, who were all killed in Allâh's Path; I would have joined Jihaad had it been required of me." She then handed over the rein to me. She then said: "O Abu Qudamah, know that my husband left me a son who is amongst the finest of youths: He has learnt the Qur'ân, the art of swordsmanship, as well as archery; he prays at night and fasts during the day, and he is 15 years of age. He is currently away at a property which he has inherited from his father. Hopefully he will get back before your departure, for I wish to send him with you as a gift to Allâh the Exalt and most High. And I ask you by Allâh that you do not deprive me from gaining the rewards I seek." Abu Qudamah said: I had departed from Riqqa with my companions, when I heard a horseman calling out from behind: "O Abu Qudamah, wait for me for a while, may Allâh have mercy on you." I stopped and said to my companions: Go forth while I check who it is. The horseman then approached me, hugged me, and said: "Praised be Allâh who did not deny me from your company and did not turn me back disappointed". I said: "My beloved, let me see your face, for, if it is imperative on someone of your age to fight, I would command you to join us, otherwise I would turn you back". When he uncovered his face, I saw a young man who is like a full moon (in beauty), and who seems to have been living a wealthy life. I said: "My beloved, do you have a father?" He said: "No, in fact I am coming with you seeking revenge for my father who was martyred, perhaps Allâh will grant me martyrdom as he granted my father". I said: "My beloved, do you have a mother?" "Yes", he replied. I then said: "Then go and ask her permission, if she permits you to go then come back, otherwise stay back with her". The young man said: "O Abu Qudamah! Don't you recognise me?" "No", I replied. He said: "I am the son of the woman who gave you the trust. How fast did you forget my mother's request! I am -Insha' Allâh- the martyr son of the martyr! I ask you by Allâh not to stop me from going forth with you in Allâh's way, for I memorise Allâh's Book, and have knowledge of the Prophet's Sunnah, and I am experienced in horsemanship and shooting, and I have not left behind someone who is a better fighter than myself, so despise me not for my young age. My mother has taken an oath that I should not come back, and said: 'O son! If you meet the disbelievers, turn not your back to them, and offer your soul to Allâh, and seek to be close to Allâh, and the company of your father and your righteous uncles in the Heaven; and if Allâh grants you martyrdom, then intercede on my behalf, for I was told that the martyr can plead on behalf of seventy of his relatives, and seventy of his neighbours'. She then hugged me, lifted her head to the heavens and said: 'My Lord, Master and God, this is my son, the flower of my heart and the dearest to my soul, I present him to you, so draw him nearer to his father'." When I heard the youth's words, I wept in grief over his good character and the beauty of his youth, and out of pity for his mother's heart, and over my astonishment at her patience on being away from him. We went on with our journey; we rested at nightfall, and took off in the morning. During that time the youth did not cease remembering Allâh and glorifying Him. I observed his movements, and found that he was better than us when riding, and our servant once we dismounted. As we got closer and closer to the enemy, he would strengthen our determination, his spirit would fortify, his heart would purify, and the signs of happiness would cover him. We proceeded until we were close to the land of the Kuffar. It was near sunset when we alighted. The young man was cooking food for us to break our fast when he fell asleep. He slept for a long time, and I could see him smiling during his sleep. When he woke up, I said to him: "My beloved, I saw you smiling while asleep". He said: "I saw a vision which I liked and made me laugh". I said: "What was it you saw?" He said: "I saw myself in an elegant green garden. While wandering in it, I faced a silver castle which had balconies made of pearls and jewels. Its doors were made of gold, and its curtains were lowered. I then saw some maids, whose faces were like the moons (in beauty), lifting the curtains. Upon seeing me, they said: 'Welcome'. I then heard some of them saying to the others: 'This is the husband of the 'Mardhiyyah' (Blessed)'. They then said to me: 'Come forth, may Allâh have mercy on you'. When I approached, I saw a room on the top of the castle, it was made of red gold, and had a green bed made of jewels, and its legs were made of white silver. There was a girl on the bed whose face was like the sun, and had it not been for Allâh's help I would have lost my sight, and I would have lost my mind, because of the brilliance of the room, and the beauty of the girl. Upon seeing me, the girl greeted me saying: 'Welcome, O Allâh's servant and His beloved! You are mine and I am yours.' I wanted to hug her, but she said: 'Slow down, do not rush, you are not one of those who do wrong. However, we shall meet tomorrow at the time of Zuhur prayers, so rejoice!'." Abu Qudamah said: I then told him: "My beloved, you saw but good, and good it shall be Insha' Allâh." Amazed at the youth's dream, we went to sleep. When we woke up, we rushed, mounted our horses, and the caller cried: "O Allâh's horsemen! Mount, and rejoice with Paradise, 'March forth, whether you are light or heavy' [Qur'ân, 9:41]." It was only an hour before the army of Kufur, may Allâh humiliate it, approached as if they were locusts spread abroad. The first of us to attack them was the youth, who scattered them, dispersed their lines, and plunged into their ranks; he killed many of their men, and knocked down their heroes. When I saw him doing this, I caught up with him, grabbed his horse's rein, and said: My beloved, retreat! You are a young boy who is inexperienced in warfare. He replied: "O uncle! Did you not hear Allâh's saying: 'O you who believe! When you meet those who disbelieve, in battle a field, never turn your backs to them', do you wish for me to enter the Fire of Hell?" While talking, the Mushriks launched a great offensive, which caused us to separate, and each of us had to look after himself. When the two parties separated, the killed were countless. I rode around examining the killed, whose blood was flowing on the ground, and who could not be recognised due to the dust and blood which covered their faces. While riding, I saw the youth between the horses' hooves, covered with dust and blood; he was saying: "O Muslims! For Allâh's Sake, get my uncle Abu Qudamah to come to me!" Upon hearing his crying, I ran towards him. I could not recognise his face because of the blood, and the marks from the horses' footsteps. I said: "Here I am, this is Abu Qudamah". He said: "O uncle, by the Lord of the Ka'bah, my dream has come true. I am the son of the rein's owner!" Upon hearing this, I threw myself on him, kissed him between the eyes, wiped the dust and blood off his face, and said: O my beloved! Do not forget your uncle Abu Qudamah, make him amongst those you intercede on their behalf on the Day of Judgement! He replied: "The likes of you cannot be forgotten! You wipe my face with your gown? My gown is worthier. O uncle, leave it, for I wish to meet Allâh in this state. O uncle! The Hoor (girl of Paradise) that I described to you, she's at my head, waiting for my soul to depart from my body, and she is saying to me: 'Hurry, I am longing for you.' O uncle, for the Sake of Allâh, if He was to bring you back safely, take my blood-stained clothes to my poor, grieved and sad mother, present them to her, and tell her: 'Allâh has accepted your gift'." He then smiled and said: "I bear witness that there is no god but Allâh, no partner has He; He has kept His promise, and I bear witness that Muhammad is Allâh's servant and Messenger; this is what Allâh and His Messenger has promised us, and Allâh and His Messenger were true to their promise." His soul then left his body. We then enshrouded him with his clothes, and buried him, may Allâh be pleased with him and us. When we returned from our expedition and entered the Riqqa, I headed towards the house of the young man's mother. She came out, and seemed very worried. I greeted her, she answered my Salam and said: "Did you come as a condoler or as a rejoicer?" Explain to me what is a condolence and what is a rejoice to you, may Allâh have mercy on you, I replied. She said: "If my son has come back safe, then you are indeed a condoler. Whereas if he has been killed in Allâh's Path, then you are a rejoicer!" I said: Rejoice, for Allâh has accepted your gift! Upon hearing this she wept and said: "Did He accept it?" I said: Yes. Thereupon she said: "Praise be to Allâh who spared him for me on the Day of Judgement.". May Allâh subhanahu wa ta'ala give us the hikmah to take correct lesson from this and give us the iman and taqwa to act upon it. Ameen
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