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    • By Aisha Muhamm
      Sobre uno de los temas del fiqh en el Islam voy a hablar :
      ¿Qué sabes sobre la palabra (az-zaka)?
      ¿Sabías que el zakat es una obra tan importante que se debe aprenderlo?
      ¿Sabías que el zakat es una de las obligaciones prescritas del Islam y es el tercero de sus pilares?
      Dijo Allah : {Y observad la oración prescrita, pagad el Az-Zaka} [Corán 24:56]
      ¿Sabías que realizar el zakat tiene una recompensa grande y es una causa para ganar la misericordia de Allah?
      Allah dijo: {Pero sabed que Mi misericordia lo abarca todo, y se la concederé a los piadosos que pagan el Zaka y creen en Nuestros signos.}
       [Corán 7:156]
      ¿Sabías que el zakat borra los pecados?
      El Profeta muhammad , la paz sea con él, dijo:
      "y la caridad apaga las faltas, tal como el agua apaga el fuego"
      Lo transmitió al Tirmidhi
      Libros: Al Tirmizi
      Asuntos: El Azaque
      ¿Sabías que el zakat es un requisito para merecer la asistencia de Allah?
      Allah  dijo:
      {Ciertamente Al-lah socorre a quien se esfuerza denodadamente por Su religión, y Al-lah es Fuerte, Poderoso. Aquellos que, si los afianzamos en la Tierra, practican la oración prescrita, pagan el Zaka, ordenan el bien y prohíben el mal.}
      [Corán 22:40,41]
      ¿Sabías que quien se niega a pagar  Az-Zakat, tiene un castigo grande?
      El Profeta muhammad , la paz y las bendiciones de Allah sean con él, dijo:
      “A todo aquel dueño de oro o plata que deja de pagar el derecho debido sobre ambos, se le aplicarán planchas de fuego que se calentarán sobre él en el fuego de Yahannam. Se le aplicarán sobre los costados, sobre la frente y la espalda. Cada vez que se le enfríen se le volverán a aplicar, en un día que dura cincuenta mil años, hasta que Al-lah juzgue entre Sus siervos. Entonces se decidirá su destino, ya sea hacia el Paraíso o hacia el fuego”
      [Lo citó Muslim].
      Libros: Muslim
      Asuntos:El Azaque
      ¿Qué es la sabiduría de la prescripción del Az-zakat?
      ¿Qué son los bienes sobre los que se impone el Az-zakat?
      ¿Qué son los requisitos para la obligatoriedad del Az-Zakat?
      ¿Qué es el Nisab?
      Si quiras conocer las respuestas, puedes entrar en este enlace :
      https://www.al-feqh.com/es/az-zaka-su-estatus-legal-y-sus-requisitos
      Donde hay un vídeo gráfico muy interesante.
      Vamos a aprender cómo adoramos a Allah correctamente. 
    • By Absolute truth
      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.

       
      Bralwiya is a Sufi sect which was founded in the town of Barili, in the Uttar Pradesh state in India during British colonialism.  This sect is famous for exceeding the proper bounds of Prophets and Awliya (pious people). They launched "Madani channel". It's a group, which is distinct from the majority of Muslims in some points of belief (‘aqaid) and innovated practices (al-a’mal al-mubtada’ah).

      Ahmad Ridha Khan bin Taqi Ali Khan founded this sect in 1272 A.H; he died in 1340 A.H.  He named himself Abdul Mustapha.  The person who gave him this name (Abdul Mustapha) committed a very serious offence because worship should not be dedicated except to Allah.

       
      Their false ideologies:

      1)     The Prophet is an absolute assistant to Allah, and that the whole world is under his control, he runs it as he wishes, gives whatever he wants to whomever he wants, and takes away what he wants from whomever he wants.  His order is irrefutable and no one can review or comment on his judgement.  They say: 'whoever does not make the Prophet the Owner of all the things is deprived from the sweetness of the Sunnah.'


      2)     The Awliya (pious people) after the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) have the power to run this world.


      3)     They have indeed exaggerated in their view about the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) until they raised him to the status of Lordship.  Ahmed Ridha Khan wrote in Hadaiq Bakhshish (the gardens of grants): 'O, Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam), I cannot call you Allah, but I cannot distinguish between you both.  Your matter is in the hands of Allah, He is the One who is best aware about your reality.'


      4)     They believe that the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) is present and sees the actions of all the creation at all times and everywhere.  They deny him being a human being; they consider him as a light of the lights of Allah.


      5)     They urge their followers to call upon the Prophets and Walis (pious people) for help, and whoever denies this, they label him as apostate.


      6)     They say that Sadaqah should be paid on a dead person according to the number of Salah and Sawm (fasting) that he had missed in his life.  The amount of Sadaqah that should be paid on every Salah and fasting is the same as that of Sadaqah Al-Fitr.


      Whoever holds the false beliefs of this group has not been guided to the Truth.
      Therefore, it is not permissible for a Muslim to follow them or join them.  But rather, it would be incumbent on him to advise them and warn others about their wrong belief.
       
      Therefore, he should continue to implore his Lord day and night, especially since ‘Aa’ishah may Allaah be pleased with her narrated that the Prophet , used to commence the night prayer saying: “Allaahumma: O Allaah, Lord of Jibreel (Gabriel), Mikaa’eel (Michael) and Israafeel (Israfil); Creator of the heavens and the earth, Knower of the unseen and the seen. You judge between Your slaves concerning that about which they differ. O Allaah, guide me to the matters of truth about which they differ by your permission, for You are the One Who guides to the straight path)." [Muslim]

       
      Allah knows best.
    • By sanajamal
      Dua is said to be the acceptance of the variation between God and the human being existence. It is an ultimate connection between the Creator and HIS believer through which human can pour out all their concerns and ask anything they want with a firm faith. It is the link which satisfies the nature of human beings of being taken care of and dependency that require a constant favor and bestowal from his Lord who is the prime source of everything.

      Read More Info: www.ILinkTours.com/Blog
    • By abdulmajeed3
      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
    • By abdulmajeed3
      One of the biggest concerns for parents remains were handled their kids when they take them along for Umrah. It is easier to manage the entire Umrah trip if the kids are above 5 years of age, but if they are younger it becomes difficult to deal with them. Certain factors and precautionary measures are to be taken in order to take proper care of them and avoid any sort of inconvenience during Umrah.

       
      The very first consideration is to avoid taking more than 1 child (Under 5 years) with you on Umrah. Taking more children along is not a good idea as it may create a lot of trouble for you such as taking care and keeping an eye on them will become difficult, they might wander around and get misplaced. If you have your spouse along, if will become easier for you to handle the child.

       
      More Info at: http://blog.dawntravels.com/umrah-with-kids/
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