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  1. Uk Citizens

    If you haven't already signed the Babar Ahmad e-petition please do so. The deadline for the petition is fast approaching and we need at least 100,000 signatures. There are about 2 million Muslims in the UK so it shouldn't be that hard to get the required number of signatures before 10/11/2011. Tell everyone you know whether Muslim or not to sign this petition. Lets help to get Babar free inshaAllah because we all know that he's innocent. Follow this link: (you are not allowed to post links yet)"https://submissions.epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/885/signature/new"]https://submissions.epetitions.direct.gov.u...5/signature/new[/url]
  2. Reverted Today.

    Always ask Allah to guide you and keep you on the straight path. Always do your best and go to the Masjid whenever you are able to but pray wherever you can. A Muslim can pray at home, at school, in a hospital-pretty much anywere (as long as the place is clean).
  3. Help

    You could put on a hijab secretly. Perhaps when closer to school and wear it there and whenever and wherever possible. Try to pray in secret so that your mother doesn't interrupt your prayers. So don't say "I'm going to pray now". Just do it and of course she'll probably figure out what you're doing and in time she'll see that praying is something very important to you and not interrupt you anymore inshaAllah. Just be patient and do whatever you can do but never obey your mother in anything that disobeys Allah. Praying is more important than obeying your mother so never stop praying under any circumstance. As for the Friday prayers; it's good to go to them but it's not obligatory for girls/women so don't worry about that too much. You can pray at home/school.
  4. We didn't have a TV for a whole year but got one this week lol So how can we turn it off?
  5. O Believers Read This .. Urgent

    Contact Islam Channel, because Abu Hanifa, the Eriterian Sheikh that appears on it, is a Sheikh who does ruqya. He is the imam of an East Lndon masjid but I don't know the name of it. It may be called East London Sunnah Masjid.
  6. Where Do You Live?

    UK people are in the lead :sl:
  7. Marraige

    It doesn't matter how beautiful she is. What matters is the faith in her heart. The amount of money that she has requested of you is ridiculous. It seems that Somali women commonly ask for this sort of money but it is haram in my opinion. The prophet (saw) said that the best Mahr/dowry is the easiest one. I'm really sorry about your situation brother but you should probably stand your ground.
  8. Do You Know When Is Your Islamic Birthday?

    Yes because I was born during Ramadan (unforgettable for my mother). I was born the 19th of Ramadan.
  9. Would You Marry Someone You Met Online?

    I'm not sure if I would.
  10. Gay

    Homosexuality is disgusting. It's abnormal and twisted. I really dislike gay people and would keep away from them. I honestly can't understand how two people of the same sex can be in love. You can love someone of the same sex but I don't think that you should have amorous feelings towards them.
  11. Sex Cues Ruin Men's Decisiveness

    Science has finally proved what we've always known. Men are easily distracted by women. When a woman walks into a room, all the men seem to freeze. That's life, but women should of course cover up to avoid the stares of men.
  12. How To Tell A Sorcerer

    If a man asks you for your name and your mother's name, he IS a sorcerer/fortuneteller. They work with evil jinn and sometimes claim that they work with muslim jinn (which is false). As we all know, only Allah sees the unseen. He is 3alimul Qayb, the all see-seeing, all-wise. Don't be fooled. I would advise you to steer clear of anyone who does not use the Quran and Sunnah to treat magic. Those who ask you for your name and your mother's name, are applying a jewish practice. As you probaly know the jews were the first to practice magic, and they still do. It's called Kabarla I think. InshaAllah, you will be cured of the spell you're under. I know of some people who have been cured by Allah of sihr, so I don't doubt what you are going through, and I know that it is not just in your head. I've seen the suffering some had to endure under the influence of magic. They went to a Sheikh who did not ask them for their mother's name, he read Quran on them, and they gradually got better and better. This might help: Fatwa Title : Beware of jugglers and fortune-tellers Fatwa No. : 5665 Fatwa Date : 16 Shawwal 1424 Question : There is a Sheik who can say if somebody has Sihr or not - if he knows person[##][/##]'s name and her/his/mother[##][/##]'s name. How is it possible, what kind of knowledge is it? Is it forbidden to use Muslim jinn for helping people? Fatwa : Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds; and may His blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad and upon all his Family and Companions. If that Sheikh who tries to know whether the sick person is bewitched or not knows his (sick person's) name or his mother's name, then he is apparently a liar fortune teller against whom the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) warned us in his saying: Whoever goes to a diviner or a fortune teller and believes in what he claims, then he will be a disbeliever in that which has been sent down to Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam). [Narrated by Ahlus-Sunan from the Hadith of Abu Hurairah , and classified as authentic by Al-Hakim ] A Muslim must recognize and beware of such fabricators and diviners who seek the help of the jinn and devils in order to consume other people's money unjustly. As for the question as to how can one know such information (about the person's or his mother's name and whether he is bewitched or not, etc.), it can be answered by the fact that such diviners get knowledge about these things regarding the sick person from the jinn and devils about whom Allah Says (interpretation of meaning): {Verily, he (Satan) and his soldiers see you from where you cannot see them.}[7:27]. There is no point in knowing how he gets such information, for it is a Haram (unlawful) thing. A Muslim must be cautious of such people and must beware of believing them. The true and straight Sheikh is the one who treats by the Holy Qur'an and Sunnah [supplications from the Tradition of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam)] and not by asking for the sick person's name, etc. For more details, please read the Fatwa: 2583. Allah knows best.
  13. Australian Outcry Over Muslim Cleric's Comments

    Rape cannot be justified in any way, but the woman is to partly to blame for dressing provacatively. Women know what they are doing. A woman does not wear a mini-skirt for no particular reason. I know that most women wear mini-skirts to get attention from men. That is the truth! So why cry when you get the attention you went looking for? Of course she wasn't looking to get raped, but she did go out with the intention of appearing sexy to the male population. I beleive that people are treated the way they want to be treated. If you go out in skimpy clothes you are asking to be seen as a promiscuous woman. You only get the attention that you're after, in most cases. Some of the crazy things women in London do really amazes me. They go out at night by themselves and click their heels like they are invincible. All I can say is that they're either brave or very naive. Probably the latter. I wear a hijab and I'm still afraid to out after 6.00pm, as it's dark. A woman has to protect herself by all mean and never expose herself to danger. How many muslim women are raped in the streets of London?
  14. Black magick (jaadu)

    Some people say that magic is all in the mind, and if you can overcome it psychologically, you have won the battle and have managed to overcome it completely. I disagree with this. How can some people go as far as to say that the surahs of the Quran do not cure people of magic? Unless you have been under the influence of magic, and have been cured by Allah with His Quran and by trusting him, you CANNOT understand whatt these people suffered. I know people who improved with with every recitation of Quran on them. I know someone who used to feel absolutely healthy, after listening to Surat-al Baqara everyday, for a year. The cure is from Allah. FACT: For magic to work, jinn are essential. THe jinn are sent by a magician to attack a certain person. FACT: Jinn hate to hear Quran. The Quran "burns them" FACT: The Quran is what causes Jinn to leave the body of a person that is possessed. FACT: To say that the surahs of the Quran do not cure magic, is to belie the Quran and to render it useless, in my humble opinion. Ask a cured person if magic is just in the mind. Ask a person who was possessed by jinn if the possession was just in their mind.
  15. Black magick (jaadu)

    Swatvalley16, I am very worried about you. Are you sure that the man who told you that your Aunt put a magic spell on you is "a very pure muslim"? If he really IS, would he be claiming to know about the unseen? Only Allah knows the unseen. I think that he consults jinn and mostly likely worships them for the "favours" they do for him (Allah knows best). How else would he know about your past? Jinn may know your past, just like humans, but only Allah knows the future. Be careful of commiting shirk (by putting your trust in this man), and don't be quick to beleive that it was your Aunt you put the spell on you. If you are under the influence of magic, read husnul-muslim (protection for the muslim) duas, trust in Allah alone for He chose to test you in this way, and only He can cure you. Also listen to Surat-ul Baqara EVERY SINGLE DAY. May Allah cure you.
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