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  1. Hummus

    Hummus is a creamy puree of chickpeas and tahini (sesame seed paste) seasoned with lemon juice and garlic, and is a popular spread and dip in Greece and throughout the Middle East. Hummus can be served as part of a meze platter; with bread or vegetable crudités for dipping; as a spread or filling for pita, lavash or Turkish pide bread; or as a tasty, creamy alternative to butter in sandwiches. A spoonful or two can also be added to Middle Eastern or Greek-style pilafs and stews to add richness. INGREDIENTS: 1 cup boiled Chickpeas (gorbanzo beans, kabuli chana) 2 tbsp Tahini paste (sesame paste) 4 cloves Garlic 1 tsp Cumin powder 3 tbsp Olive oil 2 tbsp Lemon juice DIRECTIONS:Grind all the ingredients together. Add salt if you like. Garnish with sprinkle of olive oil and red chilli powder . Serve with bread sticks or goes well with fried items courtesy: khana khazana
  2. Translation Quran 3:81 And (remember) when Allah took the Covenant of the Prophets, saying: "Take whatever I gave you from the Book and Hikmah (understanding of the Laws of Allah, etc.), and afterwards there will come to you a Messenger (Muhammad ) confirming what is with you; you must, then, believe in him and help him." Allah said: "Do you agree (to it) and will you take up My Covenant (which I conclude with you)?" They said: "We agree." He said: "Then bear witness; and I am with you among the witnesses (for this)." 1. Buddha prophesised the advent of a Maitreya: A) Almost all Buddhist books contain this prophecy. It is in Chakkavatti Sinhnad Suttanta D. III, 76: "There will arise in the world a Buddha named Maitreya (the benevolent one) a holy one, a supreme one, an enlightened one, endowed with wisdom in conduct, auspicious, knowing the universe: "What he has realized by his own supernatural knowledge he will publish to this universe. He will preach his religion, glorious in its origin, glorious at its climax, glorious at the goal, in the spirit and the letter. He will proclaim a religious life, wholly perfect and thoroughly pure; even as I now preach my religion and a like life do proclaim. He will keep up the society of monks numbering many thousands, even as now I keep up a society of monks numbering many hundreds". B) According to Sacred Books of the East volume 35 pg. 225: "It is said that I am not an only Buddha upon whom the leadership and order is dependent. After me another Buddha maitreya of such and such virtues will come. I am now the leader of hundreds, he will be the leader of thousands." C) According to the Gospel of Buddha by Carus pg. 217 and 218 (From Ceylon sources): "Ananda said to the Blessed One, "Who shall teach us when thou art gone?" And the Blessed one replied, 'I am not the first Buddha who came upon the earth nor shall I be the last. In due time another Buddha will arise in the world, a holy one, a supremely enlightened one, endowed with wisdom in conduct, auspicious, knowing the universe, an incomparable leader of men, a master of angels and mortals. He will reveal to you the same eternal truths, which I have taught you. He will preach his religion, glorious in its origin, glorious at the climax and glorious at the goal. He will proclaim a religious life, wholly perfect and pure such as I now proclaim. His disciples will number many thousands while mine number many hundreds.' Ananda said, 'How shall we know him?' The Blessed one replied, 'He will be known as Maitreya'." (i) The Sanskrit word "Maitreya" or its equivalent in Pali "Metteyya" means loving, compassionate, merciful and benevolent. It also means kindness and friendliness, sympathy, etc. One Arabic word which is equivalent to all these words is "Rahmat". In Surah Al-Anbiya: "We sent thee not, but as a mercy for all creatures." [Al-Qur'an 21:107] Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was called the merciful, which is "Maitri". (ii) The words Mercy and Merciful are mentioned in the Holy Qur'ân no less than 409 times. (iii) Every chapter of the Glorious Qur'ân, except Chapter 9, i.e. Surah Taubah begins with the beautiful formula, 'Bismillah Hir-Rahman Nir-Rahim', which means 'In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful'. (iv) The Word Muhammad is also spelt as 'Mahamet' or 'Mahomet' and in various other ways in different languages. The word 'Maho' or 'Maha' in Pali and Sanskrit mean Great and Illustrious and 'Metta' means mercy. Therefore 'Mahomet' means 'Great Mercy'. 2. Buddha's doctrine was Esoteric and Exoteric: According to Sacred Books of the East, volume 11, pg. 36 Maha-Parinibbana Sutta chapter 2 verse 32: "I have preached the truth without making any distinction between exoteric and esoteric doctrine, for in respect of truths, Ananda, the Tathagata has no such thing as the closed fist of a teacher, who keeps something back". Muhammad (pbuh) on the commandment of Almighty God delivered the message and doctrine without making any distinction between esoteric and exoteric. The Qur'ân was recited in public in the days of the Prophet and is being done so till date. The Prophet had strictly forbidden the Muslims from hiding the doctrine 3. Devoted Servitors of the Buddhas: According to Sacred Books of the East volume 11 pg. 97 Maha-Parinibbana Sutta Chapter 5 verse 36: "Then the Blessed one addressed the brethren, and said, "Whosoever, brethren have been Arahat-Buddhas through the long ages of the past, they were servitors just as devoted to those Blessed ones as Ananda has been to me. And whosoever brethren shall be the Arahat-Buddhas of the future, there shall be servitors as devoted to those Blessed ones as Ananda has been to me"." The Servitor of Buddha was Ananda. Muhammad (pbuh) also had a servitor by the name Anas (r.a.) who was the son of Malik. Anas (r.a...) was presented to the Prophet by his parents. Anas (r.a...) relates: "My mother said to him, 'Oh Messenger of God, here is your little servant'." Further Anas relates, "I served him from the time I was 8 years old and the Prophet called me his son and his little beloved". Anas (r.a...) stayed by the Prophet in peace and in war, in safety as well as in danger till the end of his life. i) Anas (r.a.), even though he was only 11 years old stayed beside the Prophet during the battle of Uhud where the Prophet's life was in great danger. ii) Even during the battle of Hunain when the Prophet was surrounded by the enemies who were archers, Anas (r.a...) who was only 16 years old stood by the Prophet. Anas ® can surely be compared with Ananda who stood by Gautam Buddha when the mad elephant approached him. 4. Six Criteria for Identifying Buddha: According to the Gospel of Buddha by Carus pg. 214: "The Blessed one said, "There are two occasions on which a Tathagata's appearance becomes clear and exceedingly bright. In the night Ananda, in which a Tathagata attains to the supreme and perfect insight, and in the night in which he passes finally away in that ultra passing which leaves nothing whatever of his earthly existence to remain.' " According to Gautam Buddha, following are the six criteria for identifying a Buddha. i) A Buddha attains supreme and perfect insight at night-time. ii) On the occasion of his complete enlightenment he looks exceedingly bright iii) A Buddha dies a natural death. iv) He dies at night-time. v) He looks exceedingly bright before his death. vi) After his death a Buddha ceases to exist on earth. i) Muhammad (pbuh) attained supreme insight and Prophethood at night-time. According to Surah Dukhan: "By the books that makes thing clear ? We sent it down during a blessed night." [Al-Qur'ân 44:2-3] According to Surah Al-Qadar: "We have indeed revealed this (message) in the night of power." [Al-Qur'ân 97:1] ii) Muhammad (pbuh) instantly felt his understanding illumined with celestial light. iii) Muhammad (pbuh) died a natural death. iv) According to Ayesha (r.a.), Muhammad (pbuh) expired at night-time. When he was dying there was no oil in the lamp and his wife Ayesha (r.a.) had to borrow oil for the lamp. v) According to Anas (r.a.), Muhammad (pbuh) looked exceedingly bright in the night of his death. vi) After the burial of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) he was never seen again in his bodily form on this earth. 5. Buddhas are only Preachers: According to Dhammapada, Sacred Books of East volume 10 pg., 67: "The Jathagatas (Buddhas) are only Preachers." The Qur'ân says in Surah Ghashiya: "Therefore do thou give admonition, for thou art one to admonish. Thou art not one to manage (men's) affairs." [Al-Qur'ân 88:21-22] 6. Identification of Maitreya by Buddha: According to Dhammapada, Mattaya Sutta, 151: "The promised one will be: i) Compassionate for the whole creation ii) A messenger of peace, a peace-maker iii) The most successful in the world. The Maitreya as a Preacher of morals will be: i) Truthful ii) Self-respecting iii) Gentle and noble iv) Not proud v) As a king to creatures vi) An example to others in deeds and in words".
  3. Salaam all , I want this thread to for posting question and answers for hajj. We would be grateful if ppl post their hajj related questions and some of volunteers can do some research for us and post answers with references . JazaakAllah Khair in advance To start off with my questions: 1. can we wear surgical mask during ihraam? 2. can we apply sunscreen or antibacterial lotion (unscented) during ihram? 3. what if we apply perfume before ihram and and after put ihram and make niyyah and because of putting perfume earlier the smell of perfume gets into ihram will need to do ghusl or is it ok?
  4. Questions For Hajj

    Make dua for me ..thanks
  5. Questions For Hajj

    JazaakAllah Khair for the duas.
  6. salaam someone was asking me is there any Hadith regarding cheating( or lets say planning against someone to get trapped in something ) and hiding things (like information about something ) from others
  7. Questions For Hajj

    any replies plz..its urgent
  8. Questions For Hajj

    Yea inshaAllah we will wait for the reply but incase no scholarly reply is available then bro plz do post the reply.
  9. Laham Mishwe

    Laham Mishwe This recipe came from a visit to the kitchen of Joy Bowen in Coonawarra, who prepared it from her Lebanese family recipe. Degree of difficulty: Medium You need: Lean Cubed lamb or French lamb cutlets 375gm jar Tahini paste Onions Garlic Ground Cumin Pepper White Vinegar 2 to 3 lemons Baby Spinach Leaves Method: For each 500 gm of lean cubed lamb or 'French' lamb cutlets (that have had the chine bone removed and been very well trimmed). Marinate in the following: 2 small onions, cut into fine rings, 2 cloves of garlic crushed, 1 level dspn cumin, 1 level teaspoon each salt and freshly ground black pepper. Cover well and refrigerate overnight. Tahine Sauce: In food processor blend 375 gm (1 jar) of tahini with 1 medium sized clove garlic and sufficient water to make 'pea soup'. Add juice of two lemons, 1 dspn vinegar, 1 teaspn salt, 1 teaspn freshly ground pepper and 1 teaspn cumin. Blend until smooth. Cover and refrigerate. This will thicken on standing - dilute with water until desired consistency - usually that of 'whipped cream'. Serving Suggestion: Thread meat onto skewers and grill gently on BBQ. If using cutlets gently grill them. Place cooked lamb onto a bed of just wilted baby spinach leaves and drizzle some of the Tahini Sauce over the meat. Serve the balance of the sauce separately.
  10. Fattoush Salad

    Ingredients 2 Or 3 tomatoes, cubed 2 Small cucumbers, peeled, quartered lengthwise, and chopped 1 Medium green pepper, seeded, deribbed, and diced 5 Scallions, chopped 2 tbs. Finely chopped parsley 1 tbs. Finely chopped fresh mint or 1 tsp. dried mint 1 bunch Cilantro 2 Pita bread (or 2-3 slices of bread), toasted and cut into cubes 1/2 cup Olive oil 1/2 cup Lemon juice Salt and black pepper. Preparation 1. Toss veggies 2. Whisk oil, lemon juice and salt/pepper. 3. Pour dressing over veggies. 4. Top with toasted pita.
  11. Cleanse Your Soul

    Laylatul Qadr : This is one of the holiest and most blessed night, which is very likely to occur in one of the odd nights in the last ten days of Ramadhan and most likely to be on the 27th. But as we have been told to seek that night and not fix it on the 27th, therefore we should engage in worship in all the odd nights to achieve Shab-e-Qadr. The reward of worship in this night is better than worship of one thousand months, equivalent to a person’s lifetime. Therefore on this night one should devote his time and energy to honour and respect this night by sacrificing his sleep and reciting the following: Nafl Salaah, Qur’an Sharif, Tasbih, Zikr, Wazaif, Du‘as, 1st and 3rd Kalimas, Surah Qadr, Surah Ikhlas, Surah Fatiha and Durud sharif as much as possible. Along with: Astaghfirullah Allazi La Illaha illa Huwal Hayyul Qayyum wa Atubo Illayh Allahuma Innaka Afuwun Tuhib’bul Afwa Fa’a Fu ani Ya Gafoor Allahuma Inni As’aluka Afwa wal Aafi’yaata wal mu’afata fid’Deene wa’Dunya wal Akhirah Ash’Hadu A’lla illaha illalahu Astagfirul’laha As’alukal Jannata wa A’oothobeka Min’nan Naar
  12. Mchijabi...

    lol inshaAllah i will tell my future wife to wear desi wedding hijabi dress on the wedding day :sl: :sl:
  13. Some Mistakes Made While Fasting

    salaaam jazaakAllah khair
  14. Living In Arabia/fattening The Jewish Banks,corps.

    PLEASE DONOT GENERALIZE for any community. Not all people of one community are same. You may find group of worst people doing all sins from one community this doesnt mean all people of that community are bad. If you find group of people of one community good this doesnot mean people of all that community are good. Its like hospitals you go you can find only patients ..you will get a feeling for a while what is this life full of diseases , you go to marketplace you while feel for a while life of full of enjoyments...so dont GENERALIZE ANYTHING FOR ANYONE this is what nonmslms are doing GENERALIZING Islam itself because of few ppl
  15. Read And Reflect

    Ameer-ul Mu'mineen, Hadhrat Ali (Karram-allahu Wajhahu) said: ''I have selected from the Tauraat Shareef twelve statements and I daily reflect on these statements thrice." Following are those twelve statements. Allah TA'AALAA SAYS: O man ! Never fear any shaitaan and king as long as My Reign endures. O man ! Never be worried about your food as long as you find My treasures to be filled. My treasures never decrease nor will be depleted. O man ! when you become helpless in any affair, call Me, and most certainly, you will find Me. I am the bestower of all things and all goodness. O man ! Be assured that I regard you as My friend. You therefore, befriend Me. O man ! Do not become fearless of Me until you have crossed the Bridge (in Qiyaamah). O man ! I have created you out of dust, sperm and a blood-clot. I was not without perfect power when creating you, how then can I be without power in feeding you? Why then do you seek from others? O man ! I have created all things for you and, I have created you for My Ibaadat. But you have become trapped in that which has been created for your service and you have drifted away from Me for the sake of others. O man ! All creation desires something for themselves while I desire you for your own sake, but you run from Me. O man ! You are displeased with Me because of the desires of the nafs, but never did you become displeased with your nafs for My sake. O man ! My Ibaadat is incumbent on you and upon Me is incumbent your feeding. But, in most cases you are deficient in your duty while I am never deficient in feeding you. O man ! You seek future sustenance even today, but I do not desire from you the Ibaadat of the future. O man ! You will forever remain in peace and comfort if you are contented with what I have given you. If you are not contented with it, I will assert the greed of the world over you. It will then cause you to run form pillar to post, from door to door in utter contempt and then too you will obtain only that which has been predestined for you.
  16. Please Make Duah For These Babies!

    salaam May Allah restore her to good health. Ameen
  17. Shah Waliullah Dehlvi

    Salaaam i read soo much about life of shah waliullah (r.a.) but i cannot find text written by him like hujjatul balagah or some prayers recited by him on internet if anyone of u find it plz post link here. thanks jazaakAllah
  18. Shah Waliullah Dehlvi

    Well it link for online purchase. No free website links Thanks
  19. Living In Arabia/fattening The Jewish Banks,corps.

    salaam what to do due to tooo much money here ppl are becoming more materialistic !!!
  20. *feelings Of A Broken Soul Revealed*

    MAshaAllah very nice...you are excellent in making poems. Why dont u make a website...of yr poems...dat wud be very nice
  21. "convert Or Die" -game Sent To U.s. Soldiers In Iraq

    their real motive is opening to eyes of ppl
  22. Dhikr

    salaam may Allah give all of us weak muslims tawfiq to do dhikr atleast :sl: Allahumma aaeenee alaa zikrika wa shukrika wa husna ibadatika. Ameen
  23. Assalam Alaykum I guess many of us read Surah Kahf on friday and know regarding it importance. But here I like to present a deep study Translated by you are not allowed to post links yetdaralislamlive(contact admin if its a beneficial link) Assalamu Alaikum Warahamtullahi Wabrakatahu Chapter 18, The Cave (Al-Kahf) There are many benefits of reciting sura Kahf on fridays - but when reciting one must also reflect on the four stories told in this chapter!!! Whoever recites Surat Al-Kahf on Friday, it will illuminate him with light from one Friday to the next. (Ahmed) Whoever memorizes ten Ayat from the beginning of Surat Al-Kahf will be protected from the Dajjal. (at Thirmidhi and Abu Dawood) The goal of this chapter: protection from trials. The chapter narrates four stories. At the end of each story there is a verse containing the moral goal of the story. Story 1: Companions of the Cave The story revolves around a group of a few youth (maybe 3, 5 or 7 young men) who believed in Allah in a country full of disbelievers. The youth tried hard to guide their king and people to the path of Allah, but they were rejected. When the few believers felt they were endangered and their countrymen were plotting to murder them, Allah revealed to them to flee to a cave to hide. Here the miracle occurred; Allah made them sleep for 309 years. When they awoke, they thought they slept for a couple of days. One of them decided to leave the cave in disguise to get food for the others. To his surprise he found himself in a totally different place full of believers and worshippers. The countrymen were even more surprised to see his old coins and his old clothes and to hear his strange story about a king who died centuries ago. They decided to follow him to the cave. At that point the cave companions died. Allah wanted the countrymen to make this discovery to know about Allah's miracle in honour of the good believers and take them as an example of devoted worshippers. Story 2: Owner of the Two Gardens and his Friend The story revolves around a rich man who owned two huge gardens that produced lots of fruits and plants. The rich man never thanked Allah for these blessings. He had a good friend who advised him to be repentant and go back to Allah's path; however the rich man refused and challenged his friend that nothing will ever happen to him or his gardens. So Allah punished him by destroying his two gardens as the rich man watched. Story 3: Prophet Moses (Musa) and Al-Khidr The israelites asked Prophet Musa (P.B.U.H.) about the most knowledgeable human being on earth, so Musa replied: "I am". Allah revealed to Prophet Musa that there was a more knowledgeable man than him, and his name was Al-Khidr. So Prophet Musa decided to travel to look for Al-Khidr to learn from his knowledge. When the Prophet found him and asked to follow him to learn, Al-Khidr told Musa: "You can't have patience with me. How can you be patient in what you do not have comprehensive knowledge of?" However, Prophet Musa insisted to be with him. Al-Khidr replied: "If you would follow me, then do not question me about anything until I myself speak to you about it." As they walked they passed by a boat, Al-Khidr made a hole in it. Musa was surprised and asked Al-Khidr for a reason, however Al-Khidr reminded Musa of their agreement not to ask questions, then they walked on. They passed by a young boy. Al-Khidr killed him. Prophet Musa asked him how he could murder an innocent soul; however Al-Khidr warned Musa if he asked any more questions then he will leave. They walked for very long until they got really tired and hungry, when they reached a town, they asked its people for food and shelter, however the townsmen refused. Then they found in the town a wall, which was about to fall, so Al-Khidr started building this wall. Musa was very surprised that he was doing this for people who were not hospitable, so he asked Al-Khidr to take money for re-building the wall. At that point Al-Khidr decided to leave the Prophet for his impatience and too many questions, and decided to give him part of his knowledge for the events he did not comprehend. Al-Khidr explained that the boat belonged to poor people working on the river and he made a small hole in it because behind them was a king who seized every good boat by force. As for the boy, his parents were righteous believers, however the boy was going to grow and become a disbeliever, so Al-Khidr intended that the Lord might give them a better son in his place. As for the wall, it belonged to two orphans in the town and beneath it a treasure left to them by their righteous father. So when the boys reach maturity they would know where to find the hidden treasure. Al-Khidr was given future knowledge by the order of Allah. Prophet Musa learned a lot from him. The message here is, sometimes we think bad things have happened to us because we do not see the full picture, however Allah knows best, therefore we must always trust in His fate. Story 4: The Two-Horned King The story revolves around a great king, the two-horned, who owns power and knowledge. He travelled from one place to another to spread Allah's message. He reached a country whose people asked for his help against Gog and Magog. So the king built a barrier with the help of the people to block the evil of Gog and Magog from the people. This barrier will someday collapse as a sign of the arrival of Day of Judgment. Different Types of Trials As a first impression one might think the four stories have no link between them, however on a closer look one will find that each story talks about a different "fitnah" i.e. trial, meaning an instance of hardship to test one's endurance. The four stories talk about four different trials human beings could go through. The story of the cave companions talks about the trial of religion. People can be tested with their endurance in their faith and whether they will persevere in its protection or not. The story of the owner of the two gardens talks about the trial of money. Some people get busy adding to their richness and forget to thank the main source, Allah. The story of Musa and Al-Khidr talks about the trial of knowledge. Some people become arrogant with their rich knowledge and forget that Allah has all the knowledge and that with His permission, they were granted a small part of it. They might even choose not to teach anyone, or even worse study useless things that will not benefit anyone. The story of the two-horned king talks about the trial of power. Some people abuse their power and think power will be with them forever. Benefits of Reading The Cave Chapter A) The goal of this chapter is the protection from all these different trials, so these stories serve as a reminder. B) Also there is a Prophetic saying that whoever reads The Cave chapter on Friday, Allah will give them light from their feet to the heavens. C) Muslims also read this chapter on Fridays to protect them from the trial of "Al-Dajjal" i.e. the Antichrist, who is expected to spread evil around the world. There is a link between this chapter and the trials of the Antichrist. Trial of religion: the Antichrist will ask people to worship him and deceive many by his ability to resurrect the dead. Trial of money: the Antichrist will order the earth to bring out its treasures and will control the rain to make people rich to follow him. Trial of knowledge: the Antichrist will deceive many by his ability to foresee the future. Trial of power: the Antichrist will be able to control most of the countries on earth except for Madinah and Makkah. How to be Protected from Trials? At the end of each story there is a verse or two to serve as a commentary on the way of protection from such trials. After the companions of the cave story it is clear that the trial of religion can be protected through righteous companions to assist on perseverance and patience. Also to remember the Day of Judgment when the righteous will be rewarded, verses 28 and 29. After the owner of the two gardens story it is clear that the trial of money can be protected through understanding our real purpose in life and reminder of the Day of Judgment, verses 45 and 46. After the story of Moses and Al-Khidr it is clear that the protection from the trial of knowledge is through modesty, verse 69. After the story of the two-horned king it is clear that the protection from the trial of power is through the belief that loyalty of one's work should only be towards Allah and remembering the Day of Judgment, verses 103 and 104. The last verse, 110, of this chapter concentrates on the protection from all trials is by doing righteous deeds, with its goal being only towards Allah. The religious scholars say for a work to be accepted by Allah, it requires two things; to be good, and devoted towards Allah. Towards the middle of the chapter in verse 50, we find the story of the devil narrated, after the first two stories and before the last two. The devil is the main motivator behind any trial, so Allah wanted to warn us not to fall in such trap. Reason for Naming this Chapter: "The Cave" When you think of a cave, you think of darkness, the unknown, and fear. When the religious youth wanted to protect themselves and their religion, Allah revealed to them to hide in the cave to bestow on them His mercy. So the cave seems from the outside a place of horror, but for those youth it was a place for safety. The message here is whoever walks in Allah's path; Allah will never let them down and will always protect them. Also do not be deceived by outside appearances or events beyond your comprehension, Allah knows what is best for everyone, so do your work and trust in Allah's fate. General Comments Notice there is alot of action in the stories of the chapter. This is because continuous action is needed in order not to fall into any of the trails. Having a lot of free time will give way to the devil. This is why Muslims read it on Friday, which is a weekend, to remember to start the following week with an energetic feeling. The chapter started and ended by talking about the Holy Qur'an, verses 1 and 109. This indicates that abiding by this Book will lead to protection from any of the trials. The chapter mentioned calling for Allah's path between different classes and levels of the society, which shows the importance of continuous reminder amongst people: * Story 1: Calling of the youth to their king. * Story 2: Calling of the friend to his friend. * Story 3: The teacher and his student. * Story 4: The king to his people. The chapter mentions many unseen entities, like the number of the cave companions, the location of the barrier between people and Gog and Magog, knowledge of Al-Khidr, etc. This is to draw our attention that there might be many things beyond our comprehension, however Allah knows everything, therefore we should always do our best and abide by Allah's orders, then leave our fate in His hands knowing everything that happens will only be for our own good. Wa Alaikum Mus Salam Warahamtullahi Wabrakatahu
  24. In some newspaper of uae & Sarabia it is shown as 8 rajab whereas some newspaper and gawaher site shows today 22nd sunday as 7 rajab so which is right?
  25. i guess saudi arabia just follows its pre-made calender without actually seeing moon and others follow suit :sl:...and there calender says 8th rajab whereas i guess other places shown as 7th rajab :sl: man its so confusing how do we knw who is correct?