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  1. How To Rectify Your Heart

    HOW TO RECTIFY YOUR HEART BY SHAYKH ABU ISLAAM ABDUL-WAAHID Shaykh Abu Islaam Saaleh bin Taaha Abdul-Waahid An ebook concerning the immensely important topic of how to rectify the heart, which is the part that controls the condition of the rest of the entire body. To view & download: you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetsalafimanhaj(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/ebook.php?ebook=41
  2. Kabsa

    My recipe w/picture: you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_themiddleeasterncook.blogspot(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/2...tyle-kabsa.html 1 whole chicken, cut into 8 pieces 1 cup of basmati rice, washed and rinsed 2 tablespoons sunflower oil 2 bay leaves 1 chicken bouillon cube 1 onion, diced 2 garlic cloves, diced 6 green cardamom pods, whole 5 cloves 2 cinnamon sticks 2 black limes 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon coriander 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon ginger 1 teaspoon cardamom, ground 1 (15 ounce) can of tomato sauce 4 boiled eggs (optional) Pine nuts and raisins (optional) NOTE: place basmati rice in bowl with water over it to expand, it will not cook and will stay hard unless you do this. Leave for 15 minutes at the least 1. In an 8-quart stockpot on medium-high heat add onions, garlic and. Allow onions to turn golden. Add bay leaves, cardamom pods, cloves, cinnamon sticks, black limes, cumin, coriander, salt, pepper, ginger and ground cardamom. Blend well and allow to sauté for 30 seconds. 2. Add tomato sauce and chicken bouillon. Mix well until sauce thickens, reduce heat to low-medium. Add chicken allow to sauté for a 1 minute. Rotate chicken so that it gets all of the flavors. Add water until chicken is completely covered. Bring to a full boil then reduce to low. Cook for 35 minutes covered. 5. After the chicken has cooked reserve broth for rice. In a 2-quart saucepan, add rice and enough sauce from the chicken just so that the rice is covered. Bring to a boil then immediately turn heat to low and cook covered for eight to ten minutes. Meanwhile, why the rice is cooking turn oven on high broil. Add chicken to a roasting pan and broil for five minutes or until golden. 8. Add cooked rice to a serving platter with chicken arranged on top. Garnish plate with hard-boiled eggs, pine nuts, and raisins. Yields: 4 servings
  3. Saleek (yumyum)

    Alaykum Salam, I make this dish it is popular here in Saudi but I make mine a lot different. Actually here is my recipe and picture at this link: you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_themiddleeasterncook.blogspot(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/2...leeq-dajaj.html
  4. Islam in Saudi Arabia

    Alaykum Salam, well, I did not read all the post but the first page was pretty negative astagfurAllah. I think as Muslims we have to remember a Muslims character and it is not looking for faults. Their are good and bad everywhere. I live in Saudi Arabia alhumdullah I am very happy. It is nice to hear the adan 5 times a day, live in a country I can freely wear niqab in, not have to worry about mixing with men and people respecting that, hearing Quran and dua in the grocery store and other places I go and so many other great things. Alhumudllah I live in in this country I feel lucky and proud.
  5. What Does It Feel Like To Pray?

    Asalam Alaykum, The entire point of religion is faith. If you do not have faith you can not believe in religion. So as Muslims we have this faith that we believe in. We pray because God (Allah) commanded us to do so. This is not our choice but what we have been told in the Quran and sunnah. As Muslims we have to do what the Quran and sunnah state are we are not a Muslim. In Islam the only way you can truly be a Muslim is by doing the acts that define it, without that your simply not one. Prayer is a very private thing among all people. Lets not get prayer and dua mixed up though. Prayer is something as I started we must do, and we must do and say it a certain way. Dua is whatever we want, this is our time and thoughts with Allah. I can talk to him or ask him about anything with my dua. So that could be more personal to some. For me personally I feel good after I have finished my prayers. If I did not do them I would feel bad and guilty. I know the punishment (hell) and I do not want that.
  6. Asalam Alaykum

    Asalam Alaykum, My name is UmmTalal :sl:. I have been married three years and have a 2 year old son alhumdullah. I live in Saudi Arabia. I am a stay at home who has a forum for Muslimahs as well as cooking website, those are my hobbies alhumdullah. I love meeting new sisters around the globe and learning more about Islam inshAllah I will be able to that here..
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