The End Times [Akhir ul zaman] and surah kahf

Bismillah Ar Rahman Ar Rahim

As salam alaykum to all my readers here

The topic about the End of Times is so much important for all of us, men as well as women.

Most of the events are already here, isn’t it?

The question is: how about our heart and mind?

Are we already prepared for what is coming?

there is a strong relationship between surah Kahf and the dajjal. We should read it EVERYDAY because the prophet [pbuh] says: “Reading surah Kahf on Friday will give you nur [light] from one Friday to the next.” and also, it protects us from the fitnah of the dajjal [anti-Christ].

Well you know well that the dajjal is blind in the right eye- this is the symbol of inner blindness which means that he is deprived of the  light of guidance and all those who do not care about his own spirituality is devoid of light. They do not have furqan [discernment] and therefore they are an easy prey for dajjal. Surah Kahf gives us the spiritual light in order to be safe from his lies

You know already that there are many false scholars around the world and those who are  paid to deceive Muslims. If we do not ask Allah for guidance, then we may fall into those traps…

So, let us read surah Kahf verses 1-10 everyday.


Can non Muslims read from our Qur’an

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Many people have asked this question. so, I hope that this article, from brother Khalid Zaheer will help enlighten the subject

Can Non-Muslims touch the Qur’an?

A Hindu friend wants to embrace Islam, she wanted the Quran but its a common
thought that the Quran should not be given to them thats what confused
me so I wanted your opinion about it.

Qur’an is the book of God. Its Arabic text is the very word of Him. Non-Muslims are God’s creation who need to be shown the way towards His right path. We can do the task effectively only through the Qur’an. If we use our own logic, ideas, and explanations to invite others to God’s way, we are likely to commit serious errors. Therefore, we should use the Qur’an to let Muslims know what God has said in His book.

Unfortunately some Muslims believe that since non-Muslims are impure, therefore, they cannot touch the Qur’an, because the book itself says it: “No one can touch it except those who are pure.” (56:79) They believe that the non-Muslims are impure because they claim the Qur’an says it: “Indeed the polytheists are impure.” (9:28)

The fact of the matter is that the Qur’anic verses quoted above, if understood in the right context, do not carry the meanings many people understand from them. The first verse is clarifying that while the Qur’an was being revealed, the impure Satan-djinns could not come close to the Qur’an. Only pure angels could touch it. Those who were rejecting the Qur’anic message were claiming that instead of the angel of God, the book was revealed to the prophet, God forbid, by the Satan-djinns. The verse is responding to the false propaganda of thr disbelievers. It has got nothing to with the question of legality of touching the Qur’an by the physically pure or the impure humans.

The second verse was revealed when the prophet, alaihissalaam, had delivered the message to the inhabitants of Arabian Peninsula most clearly and yet they refused to accept it. After the effective delivery of the message, those who insisted on denying it were declared criminals in the eyes of God and He ordained thus: “Believers, these polytheists are impure, therefore, they should not come close to Sacred Mosque after this year.” (9:28) In other words, these people have become morally and spiritually impure and incorrigible; therefore they don’t deserve to enter the house of God anymore.

The two verses quoted for the purpose of preventing us from giving copies of the Qur’an to Non-Muslims therefore have nothing to do with the subject for which they are invoked.

From brother Khalid Zaheer

The eight grades of paradise

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Jannat is made with Bricks of Gold and Silver.
Its cement is of perfumed Musk.
Its chips are pearls and Yaqoot.
Its sand is Zafraan.

There are eight doors of Jannah.
These are eight grades of Jannat:
1. Jannatul Mawa
2. Darul Maqaam
3. Darul Salaam
4. Darul Khuld
5. Jannat-ul-Adan
6. Jannat-ul-Naeem
7. Jannat-ul-Kasif
8. Jannat-ul-FirdousImage

May Allah grant us and our family the highest degree of paradise

The feminist approach of the dajjal upon women

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Subhan Allah, I just came from a conference delivered by Sheikh Imran Hosein in Mauritius Island at Beau-Bassin.

His topic was about Dajjal and women

You may wish to listen to his conferences on youtube

I think Muslims should go and revise their understanding about Islam in a wider sense.

We tend to focus upon things that are less important or of totally unimportant issues but we are not aware what the dajjal is trying to do with our women. and worse, how men, through their ignorance, are pushing women to do…

When you are preventing women from participating as a part and essence of the islamic circle, you are throwing them away. Who will profit? You decide

When you Muslims say that Muslim women do not have the right to come and pray at the mosque or to listen to the Friday kutbah, you are taking away her rights.

Don’t twist hadith. The prophet [pbuh] never prevented women to come to the mosque. This is OPTIONAL FOR HER. Now, women are indulging themselves in other interest, rather than islamic interest

Many men allow their wives to work among men in companies, dressed in unislamic uniforms but they are not allowed to attend mosques, Bayt Allah!!!!


It is high time that both men and women work for their mutual understanding

Who is a man?

Who is a woman?

What does the Qur’an and the hadith say about how a man and a woman should stay together?

Don’t let the dajjal [may Allah protect us against his evil and lies] guide you and give you a satanic program


Colon pain and constipation

Well, you are surprised that I am publishing an article which at first sight does not look islamic 🙂 well, do not forget that i have written a book about Food and its connection with our faith.

Many people nowadays cannot understand that having a good health is important to better live our faith in Allah. It is important to take care of your body because your body is not yours. It has been given to you and you will have to answer in the way you treat it….

Colon pain is actually very painful. Colon pain can be caused by many things, ranging from serious to mild to minor. However, colon pain should always be addressed in order to act early on any condition that could result in serious problems. causes are the most common reasons why people experience colon pain.

Constipation and colon problem
Bowel movements vary for everyone, but if you notice that the interval between your last bowel movement has been longer than normal and experience colon pain, you are likely suffering from constipation. It begins with the hardening of stool between the large intestine and rectum. The longer fecal matter sits there, the harder it because (due to water absorption) and the more backed up you become. This triggers abdominal cramping and colon/rectum discomfort. Constipation often takes care of itself, but medication and other treatments are available to help with this problem.

The human colon, also called the large intestine, is the lower portion of the digestive system. The colon is shaped like an upside down letter “U” and is comprised of three major sections.

 There are a number of common colon problems that can affect a person’s overall health.

Anyway, very often problems occur in the way we eat!!! Yes, we may eat something which irritates our body system and without realising it, you can be eating the wrong food

Some women get colon pain with monthly menstruation.

One of the best way to cleanse your colon, that is, to get rid of pain and sickness, is to drink lots of water, or natural juices and to fast optionally.

Avoid all food that makes you constipate and do not do any excesses in terms of spices, chillies etc



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