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  1. Inheritance In Islam

    Asslamualaikum all, I have come to you for a really important question! I tried ask-imam and Islamonline and simply can't find an answer, inshaAllah someone here can. Now please bear with me, its a very difficult question and so are the circumstances!! Well basically -A father has passed away now, however before doing so he paid a deposit on a house, however he didn't live in the house, he allowed his family members to live in it - he has several children, they are now aged around 30+ and are married, of them one of the boys lives in that house, along with his family as he is married - both this brother and another (so brother one and brother 2) pay the mortgage on this house, they have done for a very long time, and continue to do so - now they want to sell the house, from this who does the money go to? 1) the two brothers OR 2) all the children, and it is split according to Islamic law, becuase the father had initally placed a deposit on this. I hope inshaAllah I have explained this accurately! walaikumsalam ps - a very quick reply would be much apprecaited!!
  2. Urgent

    Assalamu Alikum wa rahmatulahi wa barakahutu Hope you are all well inshaAllah. please can someone let me know if they know a graphic/webdesigner who can work along side a small team for the sake of Allah (swt) i.e voluntary in the almaghrib UK project...almaghrib(contact admin if its a beneficial link) we are working towards getting Muhammad Alshareef institute to London, seminars will take place early september inshaAllah. need some one who has some/little experience in the following: Multimedia Design; Posters, leaflets, logo design, animation, web and more: strong attention to detail, flare for graphics design, experience in designing to a brief. And possibly with the following packages: Macromedia Director MX, Dreamweaver MX, Flash MX and 3D Studio Max, Adobe Photoshop 7.0, Illustrator 9.0 and Premier and others. Even if the brother/sister has little knowledge in this area that would be ok, we are not neccesarily looking for professionals. most of the work would be transferred via email and little if any 121 contact, so they can be from any location...meaning within UK, if the above doesnt meet your criteria please ask around friends who may be suitable/interested. Allah Alim. JazzakAllah khair. Please provide name and email ad. need an urgent response ASAP. please email property.of.Allah[at]gmail(contact admin if its a beneficial link) if you're interested or know anyone who is
  3. Islamic Forum

    Asslamualaikum subhan'Allah this forum has bought so many people togther from different end of the earth, those of different nationalities, race but one religion and one true aim in life. And surely bought people with different levels of Iman togther, trying to imrpove one another. But it seems to me, some (a minority) members are what some would call 'extreme', the majority and known as 'moderate' Muslims, and it seems within these boundaries clashes have occured, with neither willing to agree with the other, or accept their opinions on specific things. This is definitely a good thiong in IF, however it can also be seen as a bad, where Muslims are making point of what is right and wrong without any proof, or without being any kind of scholar, but just simply Muslims in the eyes of our Lord. I think this is one of the many reasons why the forum numbers have decreased and IF is no longer what it was, I pray that insha'Allah IF returns to its best, and helps non-Muslims understand the beauty of Islam, insha'Allah, and its best members stay to improve IF. Other reasons for IF's decreased member input can be explained through the rules enforced, the forum's which have been removed and added, and also the uncertainty of whether IF will be up and running. And most definitely of how easily members are banned when constructive critisism (in my view) takes place. May Allah help us all to stay on the right path and increase our Iman. walaikumsalam
  4. Nature Or Nurture

    asslamualaikum I wanted your view on something really important, primarily on the Muslim Youth today, and why they are in the state that they are. Why are we so astray from our Iman? Why do we seem to be embarrased, and continue to implement Western cultures in our lives. Let me tell you why I am asking this, today ast university I was with 2 female friends (one a Muslim though non-Hijabi, and one non-Muslim) we were sitting down to have lunch, and they decided to get drinks from the Vending machins. So i was sitting alone, and on the opposite table there were 4 'Muslim' Lads sat there, talking very openly about 'Girls' I was feleing un-comfortable so waited for my friends to return so we could sit elsewhere. Anyway whilst I was waiting one of the boys said 'I prefer Muslim Girls myself' Pointing and laughing in the direction I was seated, they were Arabs (I know that becuase I have seen them around this building before besides they had strong Arab accents), anyway I felt really uneasy so decided to move. As we were moving the lads commented something about 'Arab and Asian' Girls, which meant only one thing. Well this lead into me and my friends having quite a heated and deep conversation, regarding boys. They continued to say that all boys are the same, and they only think of one thing, me on the other hand thinks not all are the same, if they are able to control their Nafs, surely they dont all think the same. I said that I have seen boys who come to our house and if I answer the door, they look on the floor or dont give me eye-contact when asking if my father or brother is in, and if not they tell me what message to pass on. This was my basis, saying that they dont all think the same, however they had other ideas. Now, the Muslim girl who isnt a 'Hijabi' see's herself as being quite liberated and having a lot of freedom becuase she talks to guys and hangs out with them, so she felt that she was a better judge of boys. So i said, well obviously if they hang out with the girls, they must think about girls, which causes them to hag out with them, but NOT all are like that. And this non-Muslim friend of mine, wasnt really interested in my theory, an kept saying that the only reason you wear 'Hijab' is becuase of guys, so that means you admit that is all they talk about. Now, yeah one of the many reasons is to protect yourself *but if you have done your part, and a guy looks at you, that is no fault on you, it is on the guy, which is what Iwas saying* she didnt seem to be interested. So, my question is, is the thinking of Male Muslim Youth today Nature or Nurture, is it becuase of their upbrining and they have no boundaries set in their homes, or is it becuase of the environment in which we live in? And the same for the Female Youth, why do they dwell so much on fashion, and looking good, when Islam says have 'hayah' and 'guard your modesty?!' walaikumsalam PS - Sorry for rambling on, and hope this made sense, and hope to read what you guys think!
  5. Nature Or Nurture

    asslamualaikum Jazakhallah'Khairun for your replies, i understand what your saying completely, but it seems that its hard to mke Muslims understand this, let alone non-Muslims! Well sometimes I think nature more so, then Nurture! Becuase if two people live next door to each other, hence in the same environment, and one turns out better than the other, isnt that because of the family and the upbringing?! Well i do think that guys can control their nafs, and there is more to life than women, I mean Alah has given laws to abide by, so we should. Jazakhalah'Khairun once again, brother MA can you gt hold of that hadith? walaikumsalam
  6. I Really Need Help!

    asslamualaikum Maybe you should try the computer room brother or if you go to this forum, some people are willing to help "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.photoshoptechniques(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/forum/"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.photoshoptechniques(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/forum/[/url] sorry I couldnt help you anymore walaikumsalam, all the best!
  7. Shape Shift

    asslamualaikum, can somebody please help me with this program, I have to create a program called ShapeShift which does simple calculations and manipulations of simple shapes expressed in two-dimensional co-ordinate geometry. The program is given a number of commnad line arguments which define a shape (circle, triangle or rectangle). A circle has 3 arguments (2 more for OffSet values) triangle has 6 arguments (2 more for OffSet values) rectangle has 4 arguments (2 more for offset values) the program then reports a standard output * the details of the original shape - givning all the points * the area na dperimeter of the shape * and details of the shifted shape these classes have been created public class Circle { // Use the circle to find the centre and the radius. private final Point Centre; private final double Radius; // Construct the two values public Circle(Point requiredCentre, double requiredRadius) { Centre = requiredCentre; Radius = requiredRadius; } public double areaCircle() { return (Math.PI * (Math.pow(Radius, 2))); } // areaCircle public double Perimeter() { return (2 * Math.PI * Radius); } //Perimeter } // Circle public class Point { // Two Coordinate values for each point private final double CoordinateX; private final double CoordinateY; // Construct the two values public Point(double requiredCoordinateX, double requiredCoordinateY) { CoordinateX = requiredCoordinateX; CoordinateY = requiredCoordinateY; } // Get the X Coordinate public double getXCoordinate() { return CoordinateX; } // Get Y Coordinate public double getYCoordinate() { return CoordinateY; } // The layout, when demonstrating the two values. public String toString() { return "(" + CoordinateX + "," + CoordinateY + ")"; } // String // Calculate the moved coordinates, when added to OffSetX and OffSetY public Point movedPoint(double OffSetX, double OffSetY) { return new Point (CoordinateX + OffSetX, CoordinateY + OffSetY); } //movedPoint // Calculate the distance between two points public double distance(Point other) { return Math.sqrt(Math.pow((CoordinateX - other.CoordinateX), 2) + Math.pow((CoordinateY - other.CoordinateY), 2)); } // Distance calculated } // Point public class Rectangle { private final Point a; private final Point b; // Constructor Method public Rectangle(Point requiredA, Point requiredB) { a = requiredA; b = requiredB; } // Get point c for the third commnadline public Point c() { return new Point(a.getXCoordinate(), b.getYCoordinate()); }// c // Get point d for the forth commandline public Point d() { return new Point(b.getXCoordinate(), a.getYCoordinate()); } //d public double AreaRectangle() { return (a.distance(c()) * a.distance(d())); } public double PerimeterRectangle() { return (2 * (a.distance(c())) + (a.distance(d()))); } } // Rectangle public class Triangle { // Triangle, has 8 values including 2 OffSet values. private final Point TrianglePoint1; private final Point TrianglePoint2; private final Point TrianglePoint3; // Constructor Method public Triangle(Point requiredTrianglePoint1, Point requiredTriagnlePoint2, Point requiredTrianglePoint3) { TrianglePoint1 = requiredTrianglePoint1; TrianglePoint2 = requiredTriagnlePoint2; TrianglePoint3 = requiredTrianglePoint3; } public double PerimeterTriangle() { return (TrianglePoint1.distance(TrianglePoint2) + TrianglePoint2.distance(TrianglePoint3) + TrianglePoint3.distance(TrianglePoint1)); } // PerimeterTriangle // Work and return the area of the triangle public double AreaTriangle() { double semiPerimeter = (TrianglePoint1.distance(TrianglePoint2) + TrianglePoint2.distance(TrianglePoint3) + TrianglePoint3.distance(TrianglePoint1) / 2); return Math.sqrt(semiPerimeter * (semiPerimeter - TrianglePoint1.distance(TrianglePoint2)) * (semiPerimeter - TrianglePoint2.distance(TrianglePoint3)) * (semiPerimeter - TrianglePoint3.distance(TrianglePoint1))); } // AreaTriangle } //Triangle all complile except my main class, below!! public class ShapeShift { /* A program which performs simple calculations and manipulations of simple shapes expressed in two-dimensional co-ordinate geometry. The program will be given a set of command line arguments that define a particular shape, the shapes are as follows, circle, triangle and rectangle. The program will create the specified shape and also a similar one, where each point has been shifted the X and Y offset */ public static void main (String[]args) { // To be valid there must be a minimum of 5 arguments, which are taken by the // circle, the triangle will have 8 and the rectangle 6 if (args.length == 5 || args.length == 8 || args.length == 6) switch (args.length) { case 5 : Point circleCentre = (Double.parseDouble(args[0]), Double.parseDouble(args[1])) double Radius = Double.parseDouble(args[2]); Circle circle = new Circle(centreCircle, Radius) double areaCircle = circle.areaCircle(); double Perimeter = circle.Perimeter(); double OffSetX = Double.parseDouble(args[3]); double OffSetY = Double.parseDouble(args[4]); Point shiftedPoint = circleCentre.movedPoint(OffSetX, OffSetY) System.out.println("Circle (" + Point.toString() + ")"); case 8 : Point TrianglePoint1 = (Double.parseDouble(args[0]). Double.parseDouble(args[1])) Point TrianglePoint2 = (Double.parseDouble(args[2]), Double.parseDouble(args[3])) Point TrianglePoint3 = (Double.parseDouble(args[4]), Double.parseDouble(args[5])) Triangle triangle = new Triangle(TrianglePoint1, TrianglePoint2, TrianglePoint3) double PerimeterTriangle = triangle.PerimeterTriangle(); double AreaTriangle = triangle.AreaTriangle(); double OffSetX = Double.parseDouble(args[6]); double OffSetY = Double.parseDouble(args[7]); Point shiftedPoint1 = TrianglePoint1.movedPoint(OffSetX, OffSetY) Point shiftedPoint2 = TrianglePoint2.movedPoint(OffSetX, OffSetY) Point shiftedPoint3 = TrianglePoint3.movedPoint(OffSetX, OffSetY) System.out.println("Triangle (" + Point.toString() + ")"); case 6 : Point a = Double.parseDouble(args[0]) Point b = Double.parseDouble(args[1]) Point c = Double.parseDouble(args[2]) Point d = Double.parseDouble(args[3]) Rectangle rectangle = new Rectangle(a, b, c, d) double AreaRectangle = rectangle.AreaRectangle(); double PerimeterRectangle = rectangle.PerimeterRectangle(); double OffSetX = Double.parseDouble(args[4]); double OffSetY = Double.parseDouble(args[5]); Point shiftedPointa = a.movedPoint(OffSetX, OffSetY) Point shiftedPointb = b.movedPoint(OffSetX, OffSetY) Point shiftedPointc = c.movedPoint(OffSetX, OffSetY) Point shiftedPointd = d.movedPoint(OffSetX, OffSetY) System.out.println("Rectangle (" + Point.toString() + ")"); else { // If incorrect commnadline arguments are entered, the following eror // messages will be appear System.out.println ("Usage: java ShapeShift x and y co-ordinates and offset values,"); System.out.println ("Where: x and y co-ordinates are double, and 2 offset values,"); System.out.println ("and: the number of entries depend on the shape, if circle 5" + " entries, if triangle 8 entries and if square 6 entries."); System.out.println("Please enter 5, 6 or 8 values"); } //else } //if /* Print out the final answer for each shape*/ private static void printAnswer(double area, double perimeter, double OffSetX, double OffSetY) { System.out.println("has area " + area + ", perimeter " + perimeter + "[##][/##]n" + "and when shifted by X Offset " + OffSetX + " and Y Offset " + OffSetY + ", gives "); } //printAnswer } //main } //class ShapeShift but there are some errors when I compile it, these are errors like } needed, and some more ; are needed, I cant say where coz I dont have Java at home I do at uni...but need some help please...!! will be so grateful walaikumsalam
  8. Shape Shift

    asslamualaikum I am done, Jazakhallah'Khairun anyway walaikumsalam :D
  9. 1089-1053 Talksport

    asslamualaikum I have heard him quite a few times, he is very ignorant I think doesnt want to listen to anyone else's view! yeah he is slightly better, but reminds me of James Stannage (Key 103 in the North West, anyone listen to him?! He is an athiest, actually not even that, dont know what he is, but he aint willing to listen to anyone either! walaikumsalam
  10. Muslim Girls Wins Right To Wear Jilbab

    asslamualaikum Schoolgirl wins Muslim gown case A girl was unlawfully excluded from school for wearing a traditional Muslim gown, Appeal Court judges have ruled. Lord Justice Brooke said Denbigh High School in Luton, Beds, denied Shabina Begum, 16 - now at another school - the right to manifest her religion. He called for more guidance for schools on complying with the Human Rights Act. Miss Begum called the ruling a victory for Muslims who wanted to "preserve their identity and values". The school said it had lost on a technicality. Miss Begum, whose parents are both dead, had worn a regulation shalwar kameez (trousers and tunic) until September 2002 when she informed the school authorities she intended to wear a full-length gown called a jilbab. Speaking outside the Court of Appeal Miss Begum, who now attends a school where the jilbab is allowed, said Denbigh High School's action could not be viewed merely as a local decision taken in isolation. "Rather it was a consequence of an atmosphere that has been created in Western societies post 9/11, an atmosphere in which Islam has been made a target for vilification in the name of the 'war on terror'," she said. "It is amazing that in the so-called free world I have to fight to wear this attire." Lawyers at the Children's Legal Centre which represented Miss Begum said the judgement was a "landmark victory" which could have wide-ranging consequences for the freedom to manifest religious beliefs and a "significant impact" on school dress codes. 'Onus on school' In their ruling the Appeal Court judges said the school had a right to set a school uniform policy but nobody had considered Miss Begum had a right recognised by English law. The onus lay on the school to justify any interference with that right, the judges ruled. Lord Justice Brooke said: "Instead, it started from the premise that its uniform policy was there to be obeyed: if the claimant did not like it, she could go to a different school." Although Miss Begum had won her case, she no longer sought an order from the court that the school took her back and no longer sought any damages, he added. A spokesman for Denbigh High School, where 79% of pupils are Muslims, defended its uniform policy which he said took into account cultural and religious sensitivities. "The policy was agreed by the governing body following wide consultation with the DFES, pupils, parents, schools and leading Muslim organisations." 'Common-sense approach' The case had been lost due to a "small, technical breach" of the Human Rights Act, the spokesman added. "The judges accepted that the school is entitled to have a uniform policy and could see nothing wrong with it," he said A spokesperson for Luton borough council said they would be developing guidance on school uniform and advising Luton schools' governing bodies to review their uniform policy to take account of religious and cultural needs. The ruling, which has major implications for multi-faith schools in England and Wales, has been welcomed by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) as a "common-sense approach". MCB Secretary-General Iqbal Sacranie said: "The British Muslim community is a diverse community in terms of the interpretation and understanding of their faith and its practice. "Within this broad spectrum those that believe and choose to wear the jilbab and consider it to be part of their faith requirement for modest attire should be respected." Shadow education secretary Tim Collins said it should be for "schools alone" to decide their dress code. "This case yet again reflects the way in which the Human Rights Act is unduly restricting the freedom of head teachers to run their schools in their own way," he said. "This ruling further strengthens the case for fundamental change or repeal." "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/beds/bucks/herts/4310545.stm"]BBC News[/url]
  11. Changing My Course

    asslamualaikum HELP ME! I tihnk I am on the verge of pulling my hair out! :D I am currently studying Accouting with Business Information Systems (you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.manchester.ac.uk/degreeprogrammes/undergraduate/UMBF1-H7N4G5.htm) those who have been on the forum long enough will know how excited I was...but its gone all wrong! :D The accounting is A LOT harder than I thought!! So i am now consideing chnging to Computing for Business Applications, which is what I should have chosen, this is more my type of course! :D "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.manchester.ac.uk/degreeprogrammes/undergraduate/UMBF1-H5G510.htm"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.manchester.ac.uk/degreeprogramm...MBF1-H5G510.htm[/url] "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.co.umist.ac.uk/courses/ug_details_comp_busi_app.php"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.co.umist.ac.uk/courses/ug_detai...mp_busi_app.php[/url] (for more information!) Anywayz, I will have to start again from first year coz of the different modules taught, and wanted your advce on whether you think its worth it or not...If I have to do accounting for 3 years I will Die..Literally..! Is it worth it, or is this year a waste then?? walaikumsalam jazakhallah'Khairun in advance!
  12. Changing My Course

    asslamualaikum becuase I am finidng it hard, from the basics to the most advanced features! You can only truly undertsand accounting if you can gradp the basics, right?...well I cant even do that! I mean i kno the accounting equation, debit, credit and the simple stuff but like we do 'managemnt accounting' 'finanical reporting' and 'financial decision making' this is the hardest, vasue its all numbers and not essay based whereas 'management, information and IT' is essay based, and i liked that! so I am chnging coz i dont like accounting its to hard to understand! :D walaikumsalam
  13. Muslim Unity Convention

    asslamualaikum "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.ramadhanfoundation(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.ramadhanfoundation(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/[/url] walaikumsalam
  14. Muslim Girls Wins Right To Wear Jilbab

    asslamualaikum Brother, Allah answers our prayers in three different ways, he gives us what we want in this life, He gives it in the hereafter or gives us something which will be more beneficial for us. And in this particular case Shabina got what she wanted, and masha'Allah Actually, 16 year olds are very mature, just like some 18 year olds are and some aren't, in the same way some 16 years olds are and some arent. In this particular case I think Shabina was very strong and worked hard for her goal! :D Jazakhallah'Khairun brother that was surely a good reminder!! firstly, of course she could have gone to Islamic school, but it costs money and is expensive, with her family paying taxes and being good law abiding citizens she has the right to a state education thus has her right to wear as she places and see's fit, and with this particular case being the Jilbab (which is more than just a piece of cloth) I say she has done right. As for oppression and education in other Islamic lands thats a whole new argument, and so wont go into that here wel said brother, if only more people thought like you. another excellent point raised brother, just becuase we live in 'Kuffar' lands doesnt mean we cant implment Islamic life into it, it is a democracy isnt it?! :D that made me smile brother....but I understand why its getting you mad :D and what sistr Shabina has done has helped the Ummah, and the Ummah should unite and applaud her for her hard work and dedication well brother considering you have a sister, I cant believe why you cant understand the importance of this victory I understand whee youre coming from brother, but surely this step is a step forward? insha'Allah Muslim lands can improve, and the Qur'an and Sunnah implemented as it should be. But you saying that people in Muslim mands are oppressed, isnt becuase of Islam but becuase of the political groups and thats what needs to be fixed agreed, masha'Allah well said sister Insha'Allah we can end this argument and be happy for Sister Shabina's perserverence, strength, courage and devotion of Islam to do what she thinks is right. walaikumsalam PS - I would like to bring this to people's attention, and see the comments made my Muslims and Non-Muslims, to both extremes "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/talking_point/4311019.stm"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/talking_point/4311019.stm[/url]
  15. Changing My Course

    asslamualaiikum I completely understand what your saying brothe,r but I suppose thats a risk that I will have to take, and surely anything is better than Accounting!! Its just so hard, I regret picking this course..!! And plus with the computing for business applications I have seen the course outline and the courses studies it is more my cup of tea, than the accounting, and in reality i should have researched it more when I first came to University, I suppose I just made rash decisions..! walaikiumsalam
  16. I Am Getting Married!

    asslamualaikum :D :D aaww masha'Allah sister thats brilliant news, Ameen to the dua's insha'Allah this will be a new begining for you, may Allah bless your marriage and keep you happy always! :D walaikumsalam
  17. Muslim Girls Wins Right To Wear Jilbab

    aslamualaikum ok... Jazakhallah'Khairun for the reminder sister I did read it and understood it :D But my replies was just something I felt that needed to be done, so i could explain the both extremes, like I agree wtih Shabina and bro d-ziner deicdes not to, just trying to mkae him understand my point of view. But, lets end this discussion and just say Masha'Allah to sis Shabina, she is a brave girl and has a done a lot for the Muslim Girls walaikumsalam
  18. Muslim Girls Wins Right To Wear Jilbab

    asslamualaikum :D you would think that about a fellow Muslim?! Surely, when someone does something from the bottom of their heart for the sake of Allah, goodness and victory will emerge, wouldnt you agree?! I cant beliebe you think that brother, as for answering questions, she is clarifying Islam in the media, and her reasons for fighting for this Law to come!! Which is brilliant, she fought a long, hard, lengthy battle and the vicotry will be good for all Muslims! How about if someone accused you of the same thing brother? Your making a joke of this whole situation, and undermining her efforts and her victory. Maybe you could say such comments if you fought for Salah times, or of you went to france to fight for the plight of Muslims, but you havent, so I dont think you are in any situation to make such comments, and accuse Muslims of being "commericalised"! Oh yeah course you are...dont worry I wont be agreeing! walaikumsalam
  19. Muslim Girls Wins Right To Wear Jilbab

    asslamualaikum brother, one step at a time, she has done a lot more than we can say we have. The Niqaab will be harder to win over the Courts, but with this step it will help insha'Allah. Brother, that final comment is rather ignorant I dont think you understand how diffciult it is to wear a Niaab at school or to be allowed to, and with it not being fardh many dont have the courage to contest it. Insha'Allah in the future, Allah knows best masha'Allah well said sister and your point was addressed very clearly, I apologise of my views caused offence, that wa snot my intention. so was I sister until I read the replies :D walaikumsalam, insha'Allah the Ummah cant unite!
  20. Muslim Girls Wins Right To Wear Jilbab

    asslamualaikum subhan'Allah brother it seems this is a joke for you and your making a mockery out of the great dedication Shabina has gone through, maybe if you were a Sister or you had Sisters you would understand the importnace, and if you do have sisters I am quite sad that you dont understand the importance and essence of this victory. If you honstly feel this was a publicity stunt then may Allah help you. Of coure she is showing her face but guarding her modesty and body, which is alot more than can be said for non-Muslims. I quote from the BBC Website and this from a non-Muslim! no, would you like to share?! May Allah reward you brother for your Undertsanding and the importance of this victory for Muslim Females. Definitely brother d-ziner ask for prayer times. It defo wasnt for publicity! i cant believe we are having this discussion to tell the truth
  21. Muslim Girls Wins Right To Wear Jilbab

    asslamualaikum :D :D In essence of what I have read today, it s surely a sad day for the Ummah and a sad day for this forum, I neevr thought I would say this but being a member here and read such replies has become embarrasing in this thread! Subhan'Allah this young girl has such courage and the brothers seem to stab her in the back, one step at a time, this landmark victory is one step towards easier life for our Muslim students in non Muslim education. I only wish we had more brother like Slave, Mansoor Ansari and Paki Brother in this world and this forum. It makes me sad as a female, a Muslim and a member to read the replies by Brother AbdulMajid and D-ZiNeR inparticular. Shabina has made a very good step, and won an important battle for Islam, and the females who are vulnerable in this non-Muslim society where showing your body is all the rage. I strted this thread hoping of some positive feedback and we as Muslims would be pleased for our Sister, for the mark she has made. How can we say the non-Muslims are unfair and the laws of the UK unjust when our own Muslim Brothers cant seem to grasp the importnace of the Jilbab and females hiding their bodies away. I only pray that Allah makes us all better Muslims, and Insha'Allah we can come to fight for our deen and try to do what Allah has commanded, and we can b pleased and happy for those who continue to strive for the sake of Islam. May Allah reward you sister sisQamar for your replies, sister Swanlake to name but a few, hope your views and your explanation can help to change the thought and views of some members on thos board. No wonder the Ummah isnt united, if we respond like this to such a big victory for our Muslim Sisters. I dont know if the members who didnt agree were attention seeking, being ignorant or genuinely didnt see the point of the Law, but please dont put down the vistory and action of such actions which make pracitcing Islam so much easier for us. Can I ask what you have done to make practiicng Islam for the Muslims? Or do you know her current situation? Maybe she is allowed to pray Salah in school, maybe the school of Thought she folows doesnt require Niqaab, we shouldnt jump to assumptions but be pleased for her dedication. Allah hu Akbar walaikumsalam PS - No offence was intended to anyone, this was merely by reaction to this thread on an "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.google(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/search?q=Islamic+forum&sourceid=mozilla-search&start=0&start=0&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official"]Islamic Forum[/url]!!
  22. How Many Knew Bismilah Is An Ayah In Surah Fatiha

    asslamualaikum masha'Allah I didnt know that either, Jazakhallah'Khairun fir sharing brother Ibn Khaldun and Mansoor, and also sister ummammar walaikumsalam
  23. Changing My Course

    asslamualaikum, Jazakhallah'Khairun for your replies brothers! well I love the business information systems bit, but not the accounting its just not for me...!! Well, I understand what yor saying about the stability of the environment and stuff, but as far as working goes I dont think so..this degree is more like a back-up for me..if that makes sense..! well you see bro, i spoke to my course administrator and also checked the books and course outlines and it does get harder, the accounting becomes more solid and is like 40% is 2nd year, so its not for me...but I would feel like i will be throwing a year away! Isthikharah insha'Allah I will defo try! Althouh i feel like i will be throwing a year away, but then again I dont coz it feels like this has been ane xperience, also i kno what is expected of me at uni now, work wise, so i cant be slacking insha'Allah will just be working all the time, and not gt distracted! If that makes sense, and plus 2 of the modules are the same for both courses so I will have a head start thus can concentrate more on the ohter courses which wil obviously b more demanding! walaikumsalam
  24. Where Is Best

    asslamuaalikum masha'Allah some brilliant advice given already by everyone, but coz you cant change your University choices theres no point in us dwelling and saying you should have chosen, UMIST, Liverpool or so forth, so insha'Allah will try and help you to make the right choice for what you have. And Imperial will be good as well for you brother for enginnering especially :D All the best, insha'Allah you will do well Walaikumsalam
  25. Profile

    asslamualaikum Is it pissible to check how many times your profile has bene clicked on? I just think it would be interesting to know, no specific reason in particular walaikumsalam
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