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    The disciples of Jesus are known in the Quran and the traditions of Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, as Al-Hawariyoon.  This is an Arabic word meaning simply, the disciples of Jesus.  However, hawariyoon, like many words in the Arabic language, has specific and general meanings, and in some cases, particularly in Islamic words, there are layers of meanings.

    Hawari is derived from the root Arabic word hawr that means to whiten, to bleach, to purify, to clean, to change, to transform, to amend and to alter.  Hawari is a singular word and literally means, he who whitens clothes, he who has been appointed, chosen, and purified from all kinds of defects, and a companion or a helper.  The plural is hawariyoon.    Continue reading

    AsSalaam WaAlaykum WaRehmatullah WaBarkaatuhu

    Welcome aboard Fly Air Janazah

    When we are leaving this world for the next one, it shall be like a trip to another country.

    Where details of that country won’t be found in glamorous travel brochures but in the Holy Qura’an and the Hadiths.

    Where our plane won’t be Indian Air Lines, British Airways, Gulf Air or Emirates but Air Janazah.

    Where our luggage won’t be the allowed 30 Kgs but our deeds no matter how heavy they weigh.

    You don’t pay for excess luggage. They are carried free of charge, with your Creator’s compliment.

    Where our dress won’t be a Pierre Cardin suit or the like but the white cotton shroud.

    Where our perfume won’t be Channel, Paco Rabane, but the camphor and attar.

    Where our passports won’t be Indian, British, French or American but Al Islam.

    Where our visa won’t be the 6 months leave to stay or else but the “La Illaha Illallah”. Where the airhostess won’t be a gorgeous female but Isra’iil and its like. Where the in-flight services won’t be 1st class or economy but a piece of beautifully scented or foul smelling cloth. Where our place of destination won’t be Heathrow Terminal 1 or Jeddah International Terminal but the last Terminal Graveyard. Where our waiting lounge won’t be nice carpeted and air-conditioned rooms but the 6 feet deep gloomy Qabar. Continue reading

    Praise be to Allaah. 

    Islam has enjoined upon the husband duties towards his wife, and vice versa, and among these duties are some which are shared by both husband and wife.

     We will mention – by the help of Allaah – some of the texts of the Qur’aan and Sunnah which have to do with the duties of the spouses towards one another, quoting also from the commentaries and views of the scholars.

     Firstly:

     The rights of the wife which are hers alone:

     The wife has financial rights over her husband, which are the mahr (dowry), spending and accommodation.

     And she has non-financial rights, such as fair division between co-wives, being treated in a decent and reasonable manner, and not being treated in a harmful way by her husband.

     1.Financial rights

     (a)The mahr (dowry). This is the money to which the wife is entitled from her husband when the marriage contract is completed or when the marriage is consummated. It is a right which the man is obliged to pay to the woman. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): Continue reading

    Nowadays, the general trend governing marriages is that the husband views his responsibility towards his family as being a purely materialistic one i.e. to provide financially for them (a house, car, clothes, etc). This attittude is resulting in many marriages breaking down since many husbands are seriously deficient in not spending sufficient time with their families – in communicating and interacting with the family and children. Islam presents a different view of the role of the husband, where he is made responsible for the Islamic nurturing and development of his wife and children as well as their psychological and moral welfare.

    In actual fact the time which he spends with his family is not only a responsibility but an act of Ibaadat for which he will be rewarded. Sad to note that despite this, many husbands become restless and seek every opportunity to withdraw from their families by, among other things:

    • Spending a great deal of time watching sports on TV
    • Spending many afternoons and evenings ‘with the boys’ at THE CLUB
    • Going off at weekends to play golf or fishing.

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    The first post on marriage covered the introduction to marriage and generally what Islam portrays regarding marriage.

    From the topics mentioned, “If one chooses not to marry or is unable to get married” is the next topic to be discussed.

    Islam is a flexible religion but has its boundaries; its flexibility allows one to adopt it as a way of life and implement its teachings into every situation; whereas its boundaries restrict man from becoming too engrossed into certain acts and therefore becoming extreme in following their desires. Flexibility and boundaries set by Islam have created a perfect balance for man to achieve good both in this world and the hereafter, it is a balance that allows man to be successful in both the worlds.

    Marriage also has boundaries and flexibilities; it is a matter which has been regarded as half of one’s Imaan (religion). Marriage is taken seriously in Islam as it allows people to live in a clean and moral society where desires are fulfilled in a human and shameful manner. It is an act that increases the number of believers and will cause our beloved Prophet صلي الله عليه و سلم to be proud by having the largest number of believers.

    The Prophet of Allah صلي الله عليه و سلم has clearly forbidden people from celibacy:

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    No, Almighty Allah can not be called by Names other than those He named Himself in His Qur’an with, or those attributed to Him through His Messenger (Peace be upon him). Moreover, every attribute related to His Acting, He Almighty Allah, named Himself with, denotes Praise and Perfection due to Him Alone. Allah did not attribute all these Names to Himself. But, some of them He, Almighty Allah, used to describe Himself with, such as in{Allah is He Who created you, then provided food for you, then will cause you to die, then (again) He will give you life (on the Day of Resurrection)}. (Ar-Rum, 40) Almighty Allah, called Himself the Creator, the Sublime Provider, the Supreme Death-Bringer, and the Supreme Life-Giver. Some Attributes He, Almighty Allah, called Himself with by way of reciprocity and encountering denoting all the Praise and Perfection due to Him such as in{Verily, the hypocrites seek to deceive Allah, but it is He Who deceives them}. (An-Nisa’, 142) Allah the Almighty says: {And they (disbelievers) plotted (to kill ‘Isa (Jesus) (Peace be upon him) and Allah plotted too. And Allah is the Best of those who plot}. (Al ‘Imran, 54) Allah the Almighty says: {They have forgotten Allah, so He has forgotten them}. (At­-Taubah, 67). Continue reading

    Muslims should not neglect the seasons of worship; rather, they must be among the first to excel in and compete in them. Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {So for this let the competitors compete.}[Quran 83:26]

    So, we must try our best to receive the month of Ramadan in the following recommended ways: 
    The first way: Supplicate Allah The Almighty to keep you alive and in good health until Ramadan comes so that you will be able to actively worship Allah The Almighty. It was narrated on the authority of Anas ibn Maalik, may Allah be pleased with him, that when the month of Rajab came, the Prophet,  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ), said: “O Allah, bless Rajab and Sha‘baan for us, and let us live till the coming of Ramadan.” [Ahmad and At-Tabaraani] The righteous predecessors used to supplicate Allah The Almighty to let them live until the coming of Ramadan and to accept it from them. At the sighting of the new moon, supplicate Allah The Almighty saying: “O Allah, let this moon come to us with security and faith; with safety and Islam; and guidance to what You love and approve. My Lord and your Lord is Allah.” [At-Tirmithi, Ad-Daarimi, and Ibn Hibbaan: Saheeh]
    The second way: Thanking Allah The Almighty for attending this month. In his book Al-Athkaar, Imaam An-Nawawi  may  Allaah  have  mercy  upon  him says, “It is recommended for the person who experiences an obvious favor or is protected from an obvious curse that he prostrates in gratefulness to Allah The Almighty or praises Him duly.” Among the greatest blessings Allah The Almighty grants the slave is guiding him to obedience and worship. When Ramadan comes and the Muslim is in good health, this is a great blessing worthy of thankfulness and it requires the praise of Allah The Almighty Who bestows it. All perfect and continuous praise be to Allah The Almighty as suits the majesty of His Face and His Great Authority.

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    Enter or leave your house with your right foot first, as it was the tradition of the Prophet. Imaam Abul Ala Hasan ibn Ahmad al-Hamazani, a great scholar of Hadith of his time, was so keen on applying this Sunnah to the extent that if someone entered his house with their left foot first, he would ask them to go out and re-enter with their right foot first. He was so much respected that the Sultan of the day would visit him at school and sit in front of him as a student. At one occasion, he told the Sultan to exit with his right foot first and walk on the right side of the road.

    When entering or leaving a house, do not push the door violently, or slam it shut, or leave it to close by itself wildly. Such actions stand in contrast to the gracefulness of Islam to which you are honoured to belong. Close the door quietly with your hand. You may have heard a Hadith reported by Imam Muslim whereby ‘Aisha (RA) quotes the Prophet: ‘Gentleness adorns every act. Its absence will tarnish it.’

    2.2 ENTERING WHILE OTHERS ARE ASLEEP
    If you enter a place where people are sleeping, whether during day or night, be quiet and gentle. Be considerate. Do not cause any undue noise when entering or exiting. You have heard the saying of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم): ‘Whoever is deprived of gentleness, is deprived of all sorts of goodness.’ Muslim and Al-Tirmidhi reported that the honourable companion Al-Miqdad bin Al-Aswad (RA) said: ‘We used to preserve the Prophet’s share of the milk, when he came back at night he would greet us with a voice loud enough for those awake to hear, without disturbing those who were asleep.’ In addition, whenever the Prophet used to pray at night, he would recite the Quran with a voice that pleased those that were awake, without disturbing those that were asleep.’

    Princess Qatrul Nada (Dew point) was famous for her intelligence, manners and beauty. She was the daughter of Khimarwaih bin Ahmad bin Toulon, the King of Egypt. She married Al-Mu’taded Billah. Qatrul Nada said: ‘My father taught me an important manner – do not sleep among sitting people and do not sit among sleeping people.’ Continue reading

    Islamic Manners have been practically demontsrated to us by Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وسلم) and have been recorded through numerous hadeeth on the subject.  It is sad though that many Muslims do not pay attenttion to the Islamic Manners they should be adopting and instead restrict their view of religion merely to Ibadat (external acts of worship).  Below we share some articles that talk about the right manner to be adopted by a Muslim in certain situations taken from the book written by Shaykh Abdul-Fattaah Abu Ghuddah (RA).  May Allah almighty give us all the ability to practise upon the Sunnah and teachings of Rasulallah (صلى الله عليه وسلم). Continue reading

    The Natural Instinct Is The Secret That Lies In The Soul. It Is The Essence Of Human Creation, The Secret Of Human Existence. It Is The Reference Of Secrets In The Existential Sense Of The Truth Of Man. Its Perfection Completes The Concept Of Man, Otherwise This Very Meaning Will Be Diminished And Man Will Lead A Life Similar To That Of The Beasts.

    Any Damage That May Happen To It Will Inevitably Lead To A Disturbance – According To Its Danger – In The Existential Meaning Of Man, And To Psychological And Social Confusion, Which Overshadows The Spiritual And Physical Existence Of The Meanings Of Life! Since The Wounds Of The Instinct Has Degrees , Just As The Wounds Of The Body, Scratching The Skin Is Not Like Cutting The Flesh, Or Breaking The Bones, Or Stabbing The Chest! As Far As The Nature Changes, The Corruption On The Land Spreads! It Is One Of The Characteristics Of The Divine Manufacture, And The Divine Creation Of The Humankind. 

    Therefore, The Natural Instinct Is The First Psychological Image On Which Allah Created Man, Including The Basis Of Balance And Perfection. That Is, Before The Intervention Of The Human Hand With Scratching. Continue reading

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