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  1. Introduction

    Al-salamu alaikom wa rahmatu Allah wa barakatuh, Myself: I am a simple man just enjoying the gifts of Allah (SWT). Alhamdulillah, I spent so many years in darkness and I now am able to live in the light and truth of Allah (SWT). I am on a journey to strengthen my deen. Fi aman Allah Sadiq
  2. If he's good enough for you, he's good enough for me.. he scores another few, I'll be Muslim too.. If he's good enough for you, he's good enough for me.. he's sitting in the mosque, that's where I wanna be.
  3. Best Age To Perform Umrah

    Just thinking about Umrah energizes the devotee, but performing Umrah is a very strenuous task. Most of the people wonder ‘What is the perfect age to perform Umrah’, the age at which an individual can make the most out of these religious journeys. Many Muslims believes that it is good to be done Hajj and Umrah at a young age. Youth? Running between overburdened with studies, responsibilities, carefree about finances, religious affairs so not ‘their thing’. So how could young age be the better age to perform Umrah? Well, the following discussion covers all answers of these questions: Read More Info: http://www.ilinktours.com/blog/the-right-age-to-perform-umrah/
  4. Month Of Rabi Al Thani

    The fourth month of the Islamic calendar is Rabbi al-Akhir (thani). In this very month is the anniversary of the king of Baghdad, Chief of the contented souls, the incomparable, Hadrat Ghawth al-A'zam, Sayyadina Shaykh Muhiyuddin, Abd'al-Qadir al-Jilani, al-Hassani w'al-Hussaini, Bhagdadi (Radi Allahu ta'ala Anhu). Muslims throughout the world in this month zealously make arrangements to offer Niyaaz and Fateha of the Saint of Baghdad. Charity is also given in the name of Pious Saints of Islam as a means of conveying reward to these blessed from which not only the poor and beggars benefit a great deal but the souls of the believers also obtain peace and contentment. Read More Info: Importance of Rabi al Thani
  5. Are you planning Umrah with kids? Umrah is the ultimate goal and recognition for Muslims around the world. And for parents, it is important to ensure that Umrah and its love is perpetrated into the children. Many contemplate over taking their kids to Umrah. Some are reluctant and some make the bold decision. However, here we have given a detailed account of the tips and recommendations for parents who have decided to go to Umrah with their kids. Read More Info: performing Umrah Kids
  6. Status Of Women In Islam

    The west has commonly drawn a stereotype image of Muslim women clad from head to toe in a black veil and abaya. They are deemed as voiceless, meek figures that do not have any rights or the power to stand up for what they believe in. On the contrary, there is no religion other than Islam which gives women such an exalted position, her true rights and complete respect. As a matter of fact, the first woman of Islam, Hazrat Khadjia (RA) was a business woman herself and the most beloved wife of Holy Prophet (PBUH) in whose life, he never married anyone else. Some rights of women prescribed by Holy Prophet (PBUH) over 1400 years ago are as follows: Read More Info: Women in Islam
  7. Trimming Hair In Umrah

    Oh, my Lord! I am yearning for the Call to pray when I can be close to the Kaabah wall for the day. Who would not wish to be close to the Kaabah wall praying and feeling closer to Allah SWT? Umrah is one such feeling of getting closer to the Lord of the Heavens. The charm of seeing Kaabah for the first time and igniting the inside spiritual love with your Divine Creator in his House is a blessing indeed. Performing the rituals of Umrah is a way to reunite with Allah Almighty and to purge our souls. One of these rituals is shaving or trimming hair after Umrah. Read More Info: http://www.ilinktours.com/blog/the-religious-faith-of-trimming-hair-in-umrah/
  8. American Muslims may be able to successfully avoid Valentines, Thanksgiving and Halloween celebrations but Christmas is getting harder and harder to escape. Firstly, it is getting larger than life with the entire country decked in beautiful Christmas celebrations, carols chiming on the roads, charity drives, sales and gigantic Christmas trees. Secondly, like Eid is for Muslims, Christmas is the biggest holiday for Christians and hence, they go all out for it. Thirdly, there are social pressures and stigma related to eluding Christmas celebrations in universities, work and neighborhood. So in short, I can confidently say that although American Muslims are not celebrating but are actively participating in Christmas celebrations. For instance, a Muslim may not be decorating her home with decorations but must be going to a neighbor’s place for Christmas lunch. The question which arises is it that bad to participate in a holiday of another religion? Read More Info: American Muslims
  9. Song Name : Chandni Gare Hera Se Album : Shukriya Singer : Mohd.Qamar Khan Label : QB Productions Dear Brothers and Sisters, Presenting to you Mohammad Qamar Khan in his mesmerising voice in Gare Hera. This touchy note by Shamin Jaipuri Sahab gives a message of the positives that the Ummat-E-Rasul is benefiting from. Do give your best of love by watching the songs again and again and sharing to the maximum people you can. This song is for our beloved prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). We are presenting something different to you.
  10. Song name : Qasida Burda Sharif (Maulla Ya Salli Wasallim ) Love from india Album : Rise up Label : QB Productions Singer : Mazhar Khan Qasida Burda Shareef also famous as Maullaya Salli Wasallim is one of the best and much sung Qasida in the honour of our Prophet (PBUH) around the world. Many versions have been made and much appreciated by the people. Here we are with the Maullaya Salli Wasallim Love from India from our album Rise Up. Singer Mazhar Khan has been singing this when he was 5 and always thought of making it once on the platform where it can be heard by others. We picked up a theme with concept in this video that everyone comes across the needy in their day to day life but mostly we choose to deny from helping them because of our busy schedule and other commitments, mostly because of our own greed. Our Prophet always taught us that one should always help the needy and the almighty will give you the return with much much great bounties. Lets hear it and see how you can also find people to help and give some of your time to make this world a beautiful place to live. In Sha Allah. Thanks to our team
  11. Hi there, I'm going aroundspreading word of this petition that could help to take down Islamophobic pages on Facebook. If anybody can sign that would be much appreciated. Also, shares would be great. Thanks! https://www.change.org/p/bring-down-islamophobic-pages-on-facebook-for-good
  12. Hi guys I made a good Islamic Lyrics cover of a song, hope you like it ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qTqSdrwaJE
  13. The importance of Zul Hijjah in Islam can be signified by these words of the prophet of Allah, Muhammad (PBUH): “There is no virtuous deed carried out on any day of the year that can be equal to the reward of (that virtuous deed) carried out in these ten days of Zul Hijjah”. The Sahabah asked, “Not even Jihaad?” Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) replied, “Not even Jihaad, except for the one who endangers his life and wealth (in Jihad) and does not return with anything.” More Info: Zul Hijjah
  14. The Process Of Divorce

    Islam provides a complete regulation before coming up to the final decision of divorce. If a husband decides to divorce his wife, he should wait until her menstrual cycle of that month and say the divorce sentence only once, and then wait for a period of three months. This period is called Iddah. During the period, the husband is responsible for wife’s expenses and if the issues between them get resolved and they want to reunite, they can do it without any hassle and the marriage would be sustained. This is for the first divorce. But now they will be left with only two divorce rights. Read More Info: www.ilinktours.com/blog
  15. The fact that thousands of Muslims visit Makkah every year in Ramadam to perform Umrah is overwhelming. But, there are a couple of things that have to be considered, so that one can get the best out of this spiritual journey. Some individuals pay no heed to their families and go for Umrah in Ramadan. This is a genuine issue, on the grounds that the favored month of Ramadan is a period for individuals to show more concern for their families. The worst part is that in some cases parents neglect their children during this month. Before leaving for Umrah in Ramadan, make sure that your family and specially kids are taken care of. More Info: Umrah During Ramadan
  16. When it comes to children –this blessing arrives with a huge responsibility. As parents, it is our responsibility to craft them into best personalities, better Muslims and great human beings. Mainly, Muslim parenting revolves around making them punctual for their prayers and reading Quran. Surely this is an obligatory Muslim practice and hence has to be applied properly, however we must also strive to provide the greater objective of Islamic education. A part of practical aspects of curriculum education, enhancing learning abilities and maintaining a balance between professional and religious education, we have to provide our children the true Islamic virtues that is essential for the immediate success in this world and guarantees their ultimate accomplishment in the hereafter. More info at: Raising Muslim Children
  17. Hajj e Badal is referred to the Hajj performed on behalf of someone else who is physically unfit or is no more in this world. The person who is going to perform the Hajj on someone else’s behalf is known as Mahmoor and on whose behalf he is doing Hajj is known as Aamir. More Info at http://blog.dawntravels.com/hajj-e-badal/
  18. The Last Sermon

    Islam is a complete code of life. We all know that every religion talks about peace and love where Islam is the religion who carried on the light, but, yes, it has the privilege to give first human rights charter in history of mankind. Not only Muslims, but people from different religions acknowledge and in fact use them as a source of guidance. Read More: http://blog.dawntravels.com/the-last-sermon/
  19. Best Age To Perform Umrah

    Just the thought of performing Umrah energizes the devotee, but one should bear in mind that performing Umrah is an arduous task. Many people wonder ‘What is the best age to perform Umrah’, the age at which an individual can make the most out of these spiritual journeys. Many Ulema believe that it is better to perform Hajj and Umrah in young age. Youth? Juggling between responsibilities, overburdened with studies, carefree about finances, religious affairs… so not ‘their thing’, how could young age be the best age to perform Umrah? Read More: http://blog.dawntravels.com/best-age-performing-umrah/
  20. In the name of Allah. Salam. Here's a nice Islamic book/let collection for a year of religious studies. One book for each week. If you download and read them, please keep in mind the motto of; being slow yet steady inshaAllah. http://www.mediafire.com/download/619hxceyz1gy349/52+Islamic+Books.zip Good luck with your studies. ma salam :)
  21. Becoming A Muslim.

    Salam Aleykum. I am new here, I live in the UK and I am 21 ! I am interested in Islam and I am here to get more informations about the Islam. I am a bit scared to learn more about it because I think it is always dangerous to be a Muslim in the UK, because all these terror stories some people think every Muslim is the same, but I don't think that! I searched for a Masjid to go near my City and in my City but these Masjids doesn't reply. When I lived in Germany ( I live in the UK since over a year ) I had a Circumzision but when I wanted to go in a Masjid to become a Muslim I moved to the UK. After a while I lost the believe a bit because here is no Masjid and muslims who would help me on my way! My fiancee is british and not religious so she cant help me too and she doesn't like it anyway. Well, my questions are now : 1. Does this website got something like a chat or message box where people can write to me and I can write to people ? Or is it really just the Forum ? 2. Are here people from UK maybe Hampshire ? 3. How should I deal with discrimination if I would become a Muslim ? 4. I want become an Officer or Soldier in the UK so I am kind of scared that I can't do this job as a practising muslim ? 5. Is that a Problem that my fiancee is a non-muslima and that she doesn't give much about the Islam ? 6. Do I can become a Muslim without going to a Masjid ? ( I would like to go to a Masjid to learn the Quran but I don't think that here is a Masjid who accept me, I searched but couldn't find one ) 7. Would the Muslim community accept me ? Not long ago people tried to burn down the Masjid in my city, so maybe the muslim community don't like " westerners ". 8. I am a newbie so it would be nice if somebody could maybe write to me and help me a bit with the website and with my way to Islam, I am not sure I am doing the right thing ? well, I hope I didn't asked too many questions and I hope I didn't offend anyone.
  22. Egypt court bans Muslim Brotherhood's political wing There has been a violent crackdown on the Brotherhood and the FJP since last August A court in Egypt has dissolved the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), the Muslim Brotherhood's political wing. The ruling will effectively prevent the banned Islamist movement from formally participating in parliamentary elections expected later this year. The government declared the Brotherhood a terrorist group in December. It was accused of orchestrating a wave of violence to destabilise the country after the military overthrew President Mohammed Morsi in July 2013. The Brotherhood has denied any connection to the jihadist militants based in the Sinai Peninsula who have killed hundreds of security personnel. At the same time, more than 1,400 people have been killed and 16,000 detained in a crackdown by the authorities on Mr Morsi's supporters. President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, a former military chief who was elected head of state in May, has vowed to wipe out the group. Analysis: Sally Nabil, BBC Arabic, Cairo Dissolving the Freedom and justice Party (FJP) was expected. The political wing of the banned Muslim Brotherhood movement can no longer compete in the next parliamentary elections, expected to be held before the end of this year. Its members can run either as individual candidates or form a new political party. But the latter is highly unlikely, given the severity of the crackdown on the Brotherhood. The FJP's legal team strongly criticised Saturday's verdict, saying that it is politicised and is meant to serve the goals of the current regime. There was no longer a place for pluralism in Egypt, it said. According to the new constitution, no party can be formed on a religious basis. Assets confiscated Saturday's ruling by the Cairo Administrative Court came after a report by its advisory panel that noted the FJP's leaders had been accused, and in some cases convicted, of murder and inciting violence. A police investigation found the party's headquarters and offices had been used to store weapons, it said. Mohammed Morsi, a former chairman of the FJP, is facing four separate criminal trials on various charges The court ordered that the FJP's assets be handed to the state. The case was prompted by a complaint by the government's Committee of Political Parties Affairs, which accused the FJP of "irregularities". The FJP was founded in 2011 following the uprising that forced Hosni Mubarak from power. It went on to dominate the subsequent elections for the lower and upper houses of parliament - Egypt's first democratic polls in six decades. But in June 2012 the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) ruled that the vote for the lower house, the People's Assembly, had been unconstitutional and it was dissolved. The upper house, the Shura Council, was dissolved by the SCC shortly after Mr Morsi was ousted in July 2013, and ceased to exist after the constitution was amended in January. Mr Morsi, a former FJP chairman, is currently facing four separate criminal trials on various charges. Several other Brotherhood leaders, as well as hundreds of members, have been sentenced to death. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-28722935
  23. Muslim Premier League

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-k7CiPKwb0 Credit goes to the uploader
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