A marriage life of regrets and sorrow – why?

“MY WIFE, I AM SORRY”- this story can help you understand how your lack of experience, your dependence can lead you…

He woke up in the morning and found her praying. He heard her praying for him.He stared at her. It has been a long time since he has seen her praying…..

For the past few months, they have been arguing. Last night, they had a nasty fight.He went to the kitchen in a hurry to prepare himself breakfast.

These past days, she hasn’t been cooking for him. Shock on him. He found breakfast already set at the table. He ate. He went back to the bedroom, to prepare for a shower. She left the shower. “Good morning. Have a blessed day” she said as she entered the bedroom and he left for the bathroom. After his shower, all dressed up for work; he found his wife at the kitchen, eating breakfast in peace. She was looking at some funny videos on her phone and giggling. He looked at her then walked out the door. The last look he had of her before he left was of her at peace.

That last look disturbed him. This is not how she should be. This is not how she has been. He has been hurting her, she has recently found out that he has been flirting with other women, he has cheated once and used money meant for their family on other women. She should be angry. Her peaceful demeanor disturbed him.

Evening came. He went home and met his peaceful wife again. She was cooking and laughing with their children. She had come from work two hours ago.The dinner was enjoyable. Good food, she having warm conversations with the children. He as the father felt left out. His wife and children seemed to be having fun despite him hurting them.

After dinner, as she washed the dishes and the children had gone to bed. He approached her.
“Are you OK?” he asked her.
“I am more than OK. I am blessed “She answered.
“Are you not mad at me? After all that I am doing and have done wrong?” he asked.

She placed the washed plate in the rack then looked at him and said, “I asked myself, what is the most important relationship in my
life? The one I have with you or the one with Allah?

And I realized it is the one with Allah.
I live for Allah, not for you. Marrying you was a blessing but it is not all there is in life. Alhamdulillah Allah has blessed me with life and I will not waste it crying because of the hurt you cause me to feel”
She picked up a dirty glass and began washing it. “I realized I had given you too much power… Yes, you are my husband, the closest human being in my life and the human being I love the most; but you are not Allah. You have failed me but Allah never fails me. I will not let you ruin my joy, my peace and my progress. You break our marriage if you want to, but I will hold on to Allah. And as I hold on to Allah, I will be full of joy despite what you do” She said rinsing the glass.

She looked at him and continued, “When you hurt me and disrespected me, I realized I was acting out like a woman who has nothing no goal in life. I got mad and hurled insults, I wanted to revenge and I allowed you to mess me day after day. My performance at work went down, I talked less to our children, I became bitter to the children, I felt sorry for myself, I developed ulcers. And then I realized, I have Allah, I shouldn’t act like someone with no relationship with Allah. Why should I be hopeless yet Allah is with me? I had focused so much on you that I forgot about Allah. When you found me, I used to do a lot of dhikr of Allah. We dated and got married and I let everything be about you because I wanted to make our marriage work. Our marriage became the idol and i was filled with pride instead of thanking for a blessed married life … . Our marriage is failing apart because of you but my relationship with Allah is still intact”

She scrubbed the pot.
“You have chosen to abandon our marriage but that doesn’t mean my whole world has collapsed. I will still continue being a good mother to our children. They will never say the problems between mom and dad, made mom a monster. You do as you please with other women, I will raise our children.”
She looked at him and told him, “Do I hate you? No, it will be a lie to say I hate you. You are the man I married, the one I vowed to, the one I love”
Tears fell down her cheeks. She wiped them. “I can’t just cancel all the years we have been together. The Quran asks us to love our enemies. If I am able to love my enemies, surely I can still love you despite all you have done. I am angry and disappointed, but I have taken my power back. I live for Allah who has exceedingly blessed me, not for you and the pain you cause”

She wiped her wet hands, took the apron from her body and told him, “In my peace, I am planning on where the children and
I will move to. If you don’t need us we will not make your life uncomfortable by forcing you to live with us. You need to be able to bring the woman you are cheating with to your own house. I am working on something. I came into this house in peace and I will leave it in peace. You will not kill my smile and shine”

She walked to the bedroom. Minutes later. He followed her to the bedroom. He found her peacefully asleep.He nudged her. He woke her up and said,
“Please don’t go, don’t move out. I will hurt you no more, I will cheat no more. I am not OK. I want the peace you have. I want to be the kind of husband you are as a wife.”

Since that day, he has been a reformed man. No more affairs, no
more hurting her, no flirting with other women, or endless fights. She didn’t move out. She and the children stayed. He submitted to Allah and learned how to be a good husband 🙂

Dhirk of Allah is powerful enough to humble the most proud ……. Allah says: “In the rememberence of Allah hearts do find rest”

Allah says: “Remember me so that I will remember you” &
“Be great full to me so that I will give you more”

I don’t know what you are experiencing this morning … always remember nothing is impossible to Allah… cry out to him… Thank him for the blessings he has given you and behold, In shaa Allah Allah is going to rain everlasting peace and freedom upon your life

The world is silent on the burkini attack

To be silent is one thing,

To be silently guilty is another thing” – Ammaara Uddeen

You think for yourself. You don’t need crutches. Rely on your own judgement. Don’t let the media think for you!!!

How can these clothes be dangerous for you?

Haven’t you learnt about skin cancer? Exposure to the sun gives you skin cancer and other illnesses but you have to follow blindly….”If being half naked is fashion, then the dogs who do not wear clothes at all, are more fashioned than you!!! ” Policemen too should be in bikini on the beach because their attires look closely to the burkini!!!

“To undress or not to undress, that is the question!!!”

France is asking women to unclothe in public because this is their way of life!!!

 

People have eyes, but they do not see,

People have ears, but they do not hear,

People have a voice, but they are dumb,

People have a heart and mind, yet they do not understand,

Yes, they are laically soaked and secularly brainwashed.

They are alive, yet dead!!!

Girls, you are banned !!! Now in France!!! because you wear the burkini

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No, no, mum can’t wear her burkini anymore now…

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What is happening to France? when you fall out of ideas, you become just foolish. This is how these leaders look to the intelligent people, those who can still reason, whether they are Muslims or not. Many non Muslims can analyse the actual law of banning a decent swimsuit to protect their people. From what?

They are afraid of Islamization. It is too late however. Islam is in every single country and this is going to increase, whether anyone likes it or not. The sensible thing is to allow them to live normally as citizens because there is wisdom in diversity.

Where is the right to freedom when you dictate women what to wear? Silly France who says fighting for freedom and dictating women.

Who is creating Islamophobia? Guess!!!

Note that Muslims are not the only one who wear burkini, many non Muslim women have opted for the burkini because it is decent, pleasurable to wear, comfortable and it covers the body from strange men. Why do women who do not look nice in a bikini, should continue to wear them and look horrible with tons of fat, cellulite….?

The burkini was invented in Australia and was designed as a means to allow Muslim women to participate in Australian culture. The burkini did not originate in Afghanistan.

Sadly, Muslim scholars and preachers are silent….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you want change in your life? Here is exactly what you need

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-bring-disruptive-lasting-change-workplace-anurag-harsh

Author: Aurag Harsh

How to Bring Disruptive But Lasting Change in the Workplace

When you want to change your circumstances, you have to commit fully. Action cannot wait. Taking the time to consider the pros and cons, to cook up a strategy, to weigh out the evidence is not precursor to change but rather a concerted effort to bring to life a reality that as of now only exists in your mind.

From the onset, change-seekers must be courageous. There will be setbacks, there will be customs to confront, there will be resistance, there will be lessons to learn about communication and sensitivity, about reciprocity and solidarity, and there will also be discomfort. There is much at stake, which is why change shouldn’t be an ad hoc process. It’s a journey into uncharted territory; it’s best to be prepared.

So, the rub is that if you want to change your life or your company, you need courage and a strategy.

How to Smooth the Way for Change that Defies Convention

There will always be reasons to stop pursuing the change you seek. The reasons will assail you from every direction: your inner voice will try to dissuade you; the people around you will try to dissuade you.

Society and the people are full of prohibitions and rules. That’s an inexorable part of social environments that can sometimes hinder individual progress. If what you’re proposing is a bold move that defies accepted norms, overcoming resistance from wherever it arrives will require constant effort.

When you are face-to face-with detraction, remember a few things.

Repetition

A simple, concise and repeatable summary that captures the end-goal of the change you seek has numerous benefits. A summary can ease communication, make the change feel more real, and increase persuasive power. The summary also serves as a guidepost and a motivational wellspring. The summary should communicate the inspiration behind the change too. Be it your employees, your friends, or your significant other, the listener should readily grasp why this vision of the future is most desirable.

Communicate the Change

Whatever the change is, you are its mouthpiece and so you are the best person to communicate the steps necessary for acceptance. According to Kevin Eiken Berry and Guy Harris in From Bud to Boss, taken from a leadership perspective the fulcrum point of great change is often how well you communicate the change to those you want to convince. Their 10-point strategy is an excellent litmus test to apply before presenting your idea:

  1. Draw in Imaginations. Drawing people in requires one-on-one, personal conversations. Remember, people choose to change based on their beliefs. So, to help them see the dissatisfaction you see, believe in the vision, understand the steps and reduce apparent risk is, likely as not, more about conversation and less about the beauty of your PowerPoint.
  2. Inspire Ownership. You must help people identify their place in your vision. A self-serving future lacks mass appeal. A collective vision with clear benefits for all possesses solidarity.
  3. Show Process. One of the biggest mistakes that leaders make in communicating change is falling prey to the Curse of Knowledge. As originator, you are intuitively familiar with the process that brought you to the conclusion that change is necessary. Others must be shown that process in a broken-down and relatable way.
  4. Call It a Journey. Especially if the change is big and complex, you must mollify intimidation by emphasizing that change is a journey, slow-going and gainly. Give assurance that the change will take time and that supporters will have time to learn and adjust incrementally.
  5. Ask Questions. Use questions to open lines of communication. Questions get people talking. Ask questions to understand their feelings about the change.
  6. Small Bites. Build a new status quo gradually. By advancing on the change a little bit at a time, you allow people to adapt to novelty.
  7. Ask Questions. Why is this here again? It’s here again because it’s that important for effective communication.
  8. Give It Words. Naming a thing grants power and confidence: you help people grasp the thing and make it easier for everyone—you included—to talk about it.
    1. Celebrate Progress. Celebrate any and all gains. Completion, effort, and personal challenges are all candidates for celebration. If you want to maintain and build momentum, if you want to keep people on track, you must celebrate progress.
    2. Take Responsibility. As a leader, own success and failure. Don’t displace blame: use shortcomings as opportunities for growth and proportionately revel in triumph.

    Just as crucial as what you say and why you say it is how you say what you say. Some general tips on communication that others have shared with me along the way and that I’ve picked up from experience are: speak with not at people; ask open-ended questions, not accusatory ones; demonstrate respect by default; speak about what you want rather than what you don’t want; use “and” more than “but” (the former amplifies while the latter disqualifies); keep the listener’s self-interests in mind; listen deeply not just actively (conversation is not two simultaneous monologues).

    Deviation from the Norm Can Be Uncomfortable

    The nature of the change you seek can be a great source of discomfort. Discomfort can hamper dialogue, and undo attempts at honest and transparent communication. We are prone to discomfort avoidance. It’s in our nature. Most of us don’t like to feel exposed or vulnerable. This can present a stumbling block to change, causing dissent, disgruntlement, or fraction.

    Talk-Friendly is an approach to tame the elephant in the room. It underscores the importance of acknowledging feelings of discomfort and both the implicit and explicit assumptions and beliefs at play in any given conversation. This may sound aggressive, and it will probably be perceived as aggressive, which is why the general rules I listed above are vital.

    The Talk-Friendly approach is a three-part process:

    1. Identify the source of doubt or discomfort.
    2. Uncover underlying assumptions in an open and curious manner.
    3. Make it safe for the person to share perspectives without fear of backlash.

    Keep at the forefront of your mind that true, enduring change is never insular. It may start with the individual but invariably includes other people. It’s social. It occurs among real people with real (or imagined) issues that have real (or imagined) consequences. The greater your sensitivity to context, the greater your chances of success.

    Sensitivity to context is in part intuitive and inborn, and in part learned. I believe that there are common and predictable underlying sources of tension that can eek out of us when we are uncomfortable or in disagreement. In Leadership and the Art of Struggle, Steven Snyder points out some of these common sources of tension.

    He explains that tension spawns from a number of sources; some tensions being so deeply ingrained that even the feeler fails to recognize their source. Tension can arise from individual or institutional traditions (past), from aspirations (future), as well as from outward (relationships) and inward (core identity) traits.

    Tensions of tradition arise when one confronts established customs, practices,

    norms, and habits. Tensions of aspiration arise when one confronts visions of the future that clash with our own. Tensions of relationships arise when one confronts power dynamics, personal scripts, and identity politics. Tensions of identity arise when one confronts values, beliefs, history, allegiances, emotions, and often spirituality.

    The two straightforward yet complex antidotes to tension that Steven Snyder proposes are to (1) reimagine the conflict and to (2) focus on how you are contributing to the tension such that you might change.

    I’ll say a little on those strategies momentarily. I want to get a word in about frame of reference. We often get caught up in the moment when tensions arise. Conflict has the power to absorb us and to distort our perceptions. Remember always that tensions are fears. We are all afraid of something. And secondly that getting through those tensions can lead to a better future, inclusive solutions, and the change you wish to see in the world.

    As for the strategies, the goal is to self-reflexively look at tensions as disconnects that are bridgeable through creativity and receptivity. Sometimes the solution is to recast the tension in new terms, with a metaphor, or to get a second opinion. Tensions are not problems although they are problematic. They are foibles that make us human. And when they are released, so too is great motivation and energy.

    Setbacks Are Everyone’s Problem

    There are noticeable early warning signs that your proposed changes are going to encounter resistance. Now, resistance isn’t always intentional. Broadly stated, resistance anything that impedes forward progress. That said, all resistance is a setback.

  9. As the change-seeker, you must equip yourself with patience, temperance, communicativeness, and a vision to cope with and surmount resistance. If you are especially adept, resistance can be transformed into fuel that drives your change.

    Confusion is a conspicuous setback. No matter how clearly you express the journey and vision, some people might not grasp any of it. Militate against confusion by asking questions.

    Another culprit is silence. That’s a tough one to handle. Don’t assume that silence means acceptance. It can be a loud form of dissent. Again, ask questions. Prod your audience.

    Diversion is another culprit of resistance. You’ll frequently encounter members of the “yeah, but…” tribe. As is the case with resistance, some diversions are deliberate while others are unconscious. Acknowledge diversion openly to turn it around. Don’t’ shy away from dissent; embrace it to disarm it.

    It isn’t easy to confront resistance. When we are opposed, criticized, rebuked, or misunderstood, it elicits a spate of emotions: anger, vengeance, frustration, shame, disillusion. Remember that no matter how good your plan is you will always face resistance of some kind. Don’t take detraction personally.

    In Choosing Change, Walter McFarland and Susan Goldsworthy caution that change-seekers should expect setbacks and commit to pushing through them. Beyond that they should find ways of exploiting setbacks.

    Some typical setbacks are:

    1. Reduced Priority of the Change Effort Over Time. The realities of business stealthily supersede and distract from the change effort. When the primacy of a revolutionary change effort begins to flounder, the effort is jeopardized.
    2. Loss of Vision. The main motivator of a change can be obscured for a number of reasons. Often the effort required to effectuate change can discourage people from continuing, as they prefer the inconformity that is known. Keep everyone looking forward to avoid myopia.
    3. Senior Leadership Opposition. Senior leadership consensus is critical to wide-scale change in an organization. Although grassroots movements can help set the stage, eventually Senior-level support will be requisite. The senior leadership must be on board.
    4. Ineffective Change Leadership. It’s important to recognize whether you are the best person to spearhead the change. You don’t have to take the sidelines but realistically not every person is adept at moving masses. After some self-analysis, if you realize that’s the case for you, align with someone who can be the ying to your yang.
    5. Derailers. Also known as unexpected occurrences that threaten the success of change efforts. Derailers arise from the growing complexity of the competitive environment: increasing globalization, unprecedented competition, more or different stakeholders, economic uncertainty, energy constraints, resource scarcity and political instability.

    How to Bring About Lasting Change in the Workplace

    Change is a journey to learning, no matter if at the end there is success or failure. There are enduring lessons to be gleaned from simply embarking on an unlikely course in the earnest pursuit of collective, positive change. As I said, all change is invariably social: the more people are on-board, so too the more conduits there should be for information exchange and reflection.

    Encourage Learning. Act as an intermediary who provides context and perspective. You are not a micro-manager. Let people find their own path so long as their vision is clear.

    1. Encourage Team-Building. Act as weaver who takes the attributes and skills of others and combines them in new, holistic, and vision-driven ways.
    2. Encourage Intra-Organizational Sharing: Act as architect who builds the structures and processes needed to share and mobilize learning across the organization. Without shared learning, there is no sustainable change.
    3. In Sum

      Bringing about change, above all else, is a personal challenge that makes demands on your mind, body, and spirit. It takes great courage and empathy. It summons your biases and forces you to confront the vices and virtues of others. It creates gaping divisions and lasting bonds. But when it’s successful, the journey to change can remake lives and reveal previously unseen potentials.

 

financial difficulties? Problem to meet monthly needs? There is always a solution for you….

“FIVE WAYS TO INCREASE YOUR RIZQ”

Rizq means provision. Provision does not limit to financial means. It is broader. ?If you concentrate only on your financial welfare, you may not appreciate the bounties you have. Imagine having a bank account full with millions of rupees, the car of your dreams and a mansion, and you are always sick or mentally handicapped, you will not benefit fully from your wealth. So, provision is both material and immaterial

1. Make Continuous forgiveness [Istighfaar]:

Allah the Exalted says: “Ask forgiveness from your Lord, verily, He is Oft-Forgiving; ‘He will send rain to you in abundance, increase you in wealth and children, and bestow on you gardens and bestow on you rivers.”
(71:10-12)

HADITH :
Ibn Umar [ra]; said:
“We counted Messenger of Allah ( ﷺ ) saying a hundred times during one single sitting::Rabb-ighfir li, wa tubb alayya, innaka Antar-Tawwabur-Raheem, (My Lord! Forgive me and pardon me. Indeed, You are Oft-Returning with Compassion and Ever Merciful. (Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi

2. Fear Allah as He should be feared ; [have Taqwa]:

“Allah the Exalted says :
“Whosoever fears Allah (keeps his duty to Him), He will make a way for him to get out from every difficulty. And He will provide for him from (sources) he could never imagine.”
(65:2-3)

HADITH :
“Abu Musa ra reported: The Prophet ( ﷺ ) said: “The honest Muslim trustee who carries out duties assigned to him (in another narration he said,”Who gives, and he gives that in full,
with his heart overflowing with cheerfulness, to whom he is ordered, he is one of the two givers of charity..
(Al-Bukhari, Muslim)

3. Depend on Allah and trust Him fully:

Allah the Exalted says: “Those (believers) unto whom the (hypocrite) people said:Verily the people (pagans) have gathered against you (a great army) therefore fear them;
But it (only) increased them in faith and they said..
Allah (Alone) is Sufficient for us and He is the Best Disposer of affairs (for us) (3:173)

HADITH :
Umar ra,,said,
“I heard the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ say, ‘If you were to rely on Allah as He should be relied on, He would provide for you as He provides for the birds.
They go out early in the morning hungry and return in the evening full’.”
(At-Tirmidhi)

4. *Visit Your Kinship:*

HADITH :
Anas [ra]: reported :
The Prophet ( ﷺ ) said :
“He who desires that he be granted more wealth/ provisions, and his life be prolonged should maintain good ties with his kinship.”
( Al-Bukhari and Muslim )

“In the book of Imam Ahmad, At-Tirmidhi and At-Tabaraani ::
The Prophet ( ﷺ ) said, “Maintaining good ties with kinship brings love between relatives, and increases wealth, and prolongs life.”

5. Give charity [sadaqa] even a small amount on a regular basis with your heart:

“Allah the Exalted says :
“Whatsoever you spend of anything for Allah,
He will replace it. He is the best of those who grants
Sustenance.
(34:39)

HADITH :
Abu Hurayrah ra reported that the Messenger of Allah ( ﷺ ) said :
“Allah Almighty says,
‘Son of Adam, spend and you will be spent on’.”
(Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

HADITH :
The Prophet ( ﷺ )
visited Bilal when he was ill. Bilal ra,, pulled out some dates. The prophet said, ‘what is that Bilal?’
He said, ‘dates I saved for you’.
The Prophet (PBUH) (said, ‘Oh Bilal, spend it and do not fear it becoming less’.
(At-Tabaraani)

, The Prophet ( ﷺ)said,
“I can take an oath on 3 things: (one of them) Sadaqah (charity) does not reduce one’s wealth.”
(At-Tirmidhi )

The Prophet ( ﷺ ) said :
“Allah will not be merciful to those who are not merciful to the people ”
(Al-Bukhari 1224)

 

May Allah remove us from the burden of debts and loan. May Allah have mercy upon us and grant us our provision generously and abundantly. May Allah forgive our sins and shortcomings and increase us in gratefulness and appreciation. Ameen

 

Initiating our Muslim youth to work for a noble cause

Ramadan is often perceived as a month of fasting and nothing else. The young generation has forgotten the essence of Ramadan and all the joy we feel to fast and do good deeds.

Caring for others, those in need of our love and attention, sharing of dates to passers by, visiting the neighborhood and say: hello, cooking food for the needy, the elderly……

Some photos to remind us of these unique moments

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Preparation of dates, CDs of full Qur’an recitation and translation and cards with a special note for each one

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The princesses are putting everything in order at the salon called Bayt ul muqmin before the arrival of the guests

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Rarsikra is devotedly taking care of the bouquet, watering it….before the event

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Outing 2016

La cuillette de goyave de chine à l’île Maurice

Merveilleux moments de détente

Guavas in Mauritius a wonderful moment to relax and enjoy Allah’s perfect creation and wonders

 

 

 

Some photos of our devoted ladies on the morning of Eid

Masha Allah Alhamdulillah may Allah protect them and give them the strength to continue their noble work

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Many Muslims asked whether they are allowed to attend a non-Muslim funeral: what is its ruling?

As we live in a non-Muslim society and we are surrounded with many non-Muslim colleagues, friends, neighbours etc, Muslims want to know what they should do in such circumstances where their colleagues or colleagues’ parents die and so on.

First thing, we should remind new Muslims as well as those Muslims who do not have enough knowledge that Islam invites us to take care of our non-Muslim fellows. It is our duty to help them, to pray for them, to take them to the hospitals if they need our help. However, concerning funerals, Muslims are recommended not to attend the religious ceremony because it contradicts the essence of Islam.

The Qur’an mentions in various verses the importance of Tawheed, the rejection of shirk and polytheism, the importance to maintain and safeguard our faith….

Surah Al Kaafirun was revealed when the polytheists of Makkah tried to negotiate with the prophet of Allah [peace be upon him] to worship their idols along with Allah. They said: One year, we will worship your Allah and the next year, you will join us in worship of our gods and goddesses” So, Allah clarifies this situation and says: “Lakum diinukum wa liya diin” – Your religion is for you and my religion is for me.

Non-Muslims may find it insulting and ignorant Muslims may find it harsh. NO. Not at all. Even in many homes, people do not share every single thing together. Each one has his own principle. If Islam has to agree with every single thing the Jews, the Christians and the Polytheists do, then it would not be Islam, it would be just a free thought where everyone is free to do anything he wants!!! NO. Islam is a way of life and it has its own principles. laws such as prohibitions and permissibility [halal and haram].

People bring a hadith which they misintepret to say that the prophet [peace be upon him] stood up at a funeral and said: didn’t he have a soul?”

 

Well, hereunder I would like to clarify this [https://iloveimamrabbani.wordpress.com/tag/did-the-prophet-%EF%B7%BA-stand-up-for-the-jews-funeral-no-he-did-not/]

 

Tag Archives: did the Prophet ﷺ stand up for the jew’s funeral? NO he did NOT

The Prophet ﷺ stood for Allah’s angels, not for dead infidels

عن أنس بن مالك : أن جنازة يهودي مرت برسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم فقام فقالوا : يا رسول الله إنها جنازة يهودي فقال : إنما قمت للملائكة

المستدرك على الصحيحين

Translation of meaning: It is reported on the authority of Anas bin Malik: A jew’s bier passed by the Messenger of Allah ﷺ and he stood; and [the companions] said: O Messenger of Allah [ﷺ], it is a jew’s bier. He [ﷺ] said: But I stood for the angels. (Al-Mustadrak ‘ala al-Sahiihayn)

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The above hadiith is Sahiih on the criteria of Imam Muslim and it clearly states that the Messenger of Allah stood in honor of Allah’s angels, not the dead infidels. This point is proven by many other ahadiith as well. For example:

 أنه صلى الله عليه وسلم وأصحابه قاموا لجنازة فقالوا : يا رسول الله إنها يهودية ، فقال : إن الموت فزع فإذا رأيتم الجنازة فقوموا – صحيح مسلم

Translation of meaning: He sal Allahu ‘alayhi wa sallam and his companions stood for a bier and [people] said: O Messenger of Allah, it is a jewess. He [ﷺ] then said: Indeed death is a fright, then if you see a janaza, stand. (Sahiih Muslilm)

This hadiith exists in multiple hadiith collections including Sahiih Muslim. Yet the syncretists kafirs pretending to be Muslim scholars never quote it.

The syncretist kafirs pretending to be Ash’aris & Sufis narrate this below hadith with the wrong context to indicate that the Messenger of Allah honored jews and christians.

   إِنَّ رَسُولَ اللَّهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيهِ وَسَلَّمَ مَرَّتْ بِهِ جِنَازَةٌ فَقَامَ ، فَقِيلَ لَهُ إِنَّهَا جِنَازَةُ يَهُودِيٍّ ، فَقَالَ : أَلَيْسَتْ نَفْسًا – صحيح البخاري

Translation of meaning: A bier passed by the Messenger of Allah ﷺ and he stood, and it was said to him that it is the bier of a jew. He replied: “Isn’t it a soul” (Sahiih Bukhari)

“Isn’t it a soul?” in the above mentioned hadiith only means that jew or not, it is still a dead human and in any case the angels will do whatever they are assigned to do – take souls out of bodies, deliver torment to dead infidels; and honor and blessings to dead Muslims. The hadiith is simply stating that it is still a dead person, and therefore death in itself as well as its accompanying angels need to be respected.

Furthermore, the act of standing for funerals, EVEN IN HONOR OF ANGELS, has been abrogated, as shown by the below hadiith.

عن علي قال: قام رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم مع الجنازة حتى توضع وقام الناس معه، ثم قعد بعد ذلك وأمرهم بالقعود – كنز العمال

Translation of meaning: It is narrated on the authority of ‘Ali (may Allah reward him), he said: The Messenger of Allah ﷺ stood in the presence of a janaza until it was placed on ground and people too stood alongside him [following him ﷺ]; then afterwards he remained seated and commanded them [people] to stay seated. (Kanz al-‘Ummaal)

Sahiih Muslim has an entire chapter titled ‘Chapter on the abrogation of standing for a funeral’ in the ‘Book of Funerals’:

عن واقد بن عمرو بن سعد بن معاذ أنه قال رآني نافع بن جبير ونحن في جنازة قائما وقد جلس ينتظر أن توضع الجنازة فقال لي ما يقيمك فقلت أنتظر أن توضع الجنازة لما يحدث أبو سعيد الخدري فقال نافع فإن مسعود بن الحكم حدثني عن علي بن أبي طالب أنه قال قام رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم ثم قعد – صحيح مسلم –  كتاب الجنائز – باب نسخ القيام للجنازة

Translation of meaning: It is reported on the authority of Waaqid bin ‘Amru that he said: Naafi’ bin Jubayr saw me while we were standing for a bier (janaza) while he was seated, and waited for the bier to be placed on the ground; and he said to me, “what made you stand?”. I said “I was waiting for the bier to be placed on the ground [based on] what was narrated to me by Abu Sa’iid Al-Khudri. He [Naafi’] said: Indeed, Mas’uud bin Al-Hakm narrated to me on the authority of ‘Ali ibn Abi Taalib, wherein he said: “The Messenger of Allah ﷺ stood [in the earlier times] and later he remained seated.” (Sahiih Muslim, Book of Funerals, Chapter on the abrogation of standing for a bier)

Imam An-Nawawiy says in his commentary on Sahiih Muslim:

فقال مالك وأبو حنيفة والشافعي : القيام منسوخ

[Imams of madhhabs] Malik and Abu Hanifa and Ash-Shafi’iy said: Standing [for passing biers] is abrogated.

The above abundantly establishes that the Prophet ﷺ NEVER stood in honor of a dead jew or any other infidel. He stood in honor of Allah’s angels and also to observe the seriousness of death itself, and this practice too has been abrogated.

 

The Prophet ﷺ stood for Allah’s angels, not for dead infidels

عن أنس بن مالك : أن جنازة يهودي مرت برسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم فقام فقالوا : يا رسول الله إنها جنازة يهودي فقال : إنما قمت للملائكة

المستدرك على الصحيحين

Translation of meaning: It is reported on the authority of Anas bin Malik: A jew’s bier passed by the Messenger of Allah ﷺ and he stood; and [the companions] said: O Messenger of Allah [ﷺ], it is a jew’s bier. He [ﷺ] said: But I stood for the angels. (Al-Mustadrak ‘ala al-Sahiihayn)

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The above hadiith is Sahiih on the criteria of Imam Muslim and it clearly states that the Messenger of Allah stood in honor of Allah’s angels, not the dead infidels. This point is proven by many other ahadiith as well. For example:

 أنه صلى الله عليه وسلم وأصحابه قاموا لجنازة فقالوا : يا رسول الله إنها يهودية ، فقال : إن الموت فزع فإذا رأيتم الجنازة فقوموا – صحيح مسلم

Translation of meaning: He sal Allahu ‘alayhi wa sallam and his companions stood for a bier and [people] said: O Messenger of Allah, it is a jewess. He [ﷺ] then said: Indeed death is a fright, then if you see a janaza, stand. (Sahiih Muslilm)

This hadiith exists in multiple hadiith collections including Sahiih Muslim. Yet the syncretists kafirs pretending to be Muslim scholars never quote it.

The syncretist kafirs pretending to be Ash’aris & Sufis narrate this below hadith with the wrong context to indicate that the Messenger of Allah honored jews and christians.

   إِنَّ رَسُولَ اللَّهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيهِ وَسَلَّمَ مَرَّتْ بِهِ جِنَازَةٌ فَقَامَ ، فَقِيلَ لَهُ إِنَّهَا جِنَازَةُ يَهُودِيٍّ ، فَقَالَ : أَلَيْسَتْ نَفْسًا – صحيح البخاري

Translation of meaning: A bier passed by the Messenger of Allah ﷺ and he stood, and it was said to him that it is the bier of a jew. He replied: “Isn’t it a soul” (Sahiih Bukhari)

“Isn’t it a soul?” in the above mentioned hadiith only means that jew or not, it is still a dead human and in any case the angels will do whatever they are assigned to do – take souls out of bodies, deliver torment to dead infidels; and honor and blessings to dead Muslims. The hadiith is simply stating that it is still a dead person, and therefore death in itself as well as its accompanying angels need to be respected.

Furthermore, the act of standing for funerals, EVEN IN HONOR OF ANGELS, has been abrogated, as shown by the below hadiith.

عن علي قال: قام رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم مع الجنازة حتى توضع وقام الناس معه، ثم قعد بعد ذلك وأمرهم بالقعود – كنز العمال

Translation of meaning: It is narrated on the authority of ‘Ali (may Allah reward him), he said: The Messenger of Allah ﷺ stood in the presence of a janaza until it was placed on ground and people too stood alongside him [following him ﷺ]; then afterwards he remained seated and commanded them [people] to stay seated. (Kanz al-‘Ummaal)

Sahiih Muslim has an entire chapter titled ‘Chapter on the abrogation of standing for a funeral’ in the ‘Book of Funerals’:

عن واقد بن عمرو بن سعد بن معاذ أنه قال رآني نافع بن جبير ونحن في جنازة قائما وقد جلس ينتظر أن توضع الجنازة فقال لي ما يقيمك فقلت أنتظر أن توضع الجنازة لما يحدث أبو سعيد الخدري فقال نافع فإن مسعود بن الحكم حدثني عن علي بن أبي طالب أنه قال قام رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم ثم قعد – صحيح مسلم –  كتاب الجنائز – باب نسخ القيام للجنازة

Translation of meaning: It is reported on the authority of Waaqid bin ‘Amru that he said: Naafi’ bin Jubayr saw me while we were standing for a bier (janaza) while he was seated, and waited for the bier to be placed on the ground; and he said to me, “what made you stand?”. I said “I was waiting for the bier to be placed on the ground [based on] what was narrated to me by Abu Sa’iid Al-Khudri. He [Naafi’] said: Indeed, Mas’uud bin Al-Hakm narrated to me on the authority of ‘Ali ibn Abi Taalib, wherein he said: “The Messenger of Allah ﷺ stood [in the earlier times] and later he remained seated.” (Sahiih Muslim, Book of Funerals, Chapter on the abrogation of standing for a bier)

Imam An-Nawawiy says in his commentary on Sahiih Muslim:

فقال مالك وأبو حنيفة والشافعي : القيام منسوخ

[Imams of madhhabs] Malik and Abu Hanifa and Ash-Shafi’iy said: Standing [for passing biers] is abrogated.

The above abundantly establishes that the Prophet ﷺ NEVER stood in honor of a dead jew or any other infidel. He stood in honor of Allah’s angels and also to observe the seriousness of death itself, and this practice too has been abrogated.

homosexuality is a normal lifestyle – why shoul Allah punish the homosexuals and the lesbians?

Many people today say:” Don’t be hard on them. Treat them well. Accept them in  your circle of friends and families. Homosexuals are normal beings.”

-Well, this article is not here to judge the homosexuals at all!!!

The article is only showing what is this lifestyle and where does it come from!!

And please read it to the end!!!

 

The Bible and the Quran relate the story of Lut [peace be upon him] who was prophet living in Sodome and Gomorrah. It was the first time in history that men were tempted to have sexual relationship with other men. During several decades, homosexuality was considered as a mental breakdown; a kind of pathology which affects the attitude of the individual. In religion, we say that a jinn has possessed the body and the mind of the person. For example, if the victim is a man, then a female jinni possesses his body and the female jinni will be attracted by a man; so this is how a the female jinni influences the man’s mind ….

 

The people of Lot lived in a society very similar to our own. It was corrupt, the people had no shame, criminals and criminal activity abounded, and those passing through the town of Sodom risked robbery and physical abuse. The overall atmosphere of the town was not one of a cohesive society. The people of Lot were without morals, without standards and without shame. The homosexuality that abounded did not exist in a vacuum, it was part of a lifestyle that not only allowed, but also encouraged vice and corruption. It was to this town that God sent Prophet Lot; his message was to worship God alone. However, embedded in worship are the desire and the willingness to obey God’s commandments? The people of Sodom were content with their corrupt ways and had no desire to curb them. Lot became an annoyance and his words were ignored.

Prophet Lot called the people to give up their criminal activities and indecent behaviour but they refused to listen. Lot confronted his people and admonished them. He pointed out their corruption, their criminal activities and their unnatural sexual behaviour.

“Will you not fear God and obey Him? Verily! I am a trustworthy Messenger to you. So fear God and obey me. No reward do I ask of you for it (my Message) my reward is only from the Lord of all that exists.” (Quran 26:161-164)

In the last 20 or 30 years, it has become common to talk of homosexuality as a natural way of life, however according to God’s law and in all three heavenly religions, (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) this is not acceptable. The new idea that homosexuality is somehow genetically determined is also rejected by Islam. Quran clearly states that the people of Sodom were the first to practice this sexual aberration…..

To whom profit this attitude and this lifestyle? You should ask yourself because when you look into the eyes of an homosexual, do you think he is at peace with himself or he is battling against an unnatural feeling?

When you truly love someone, you advise him

When you do not care about someone, you don’t care about the consequences. you let him do

Because you allow your emotions to overcome your reasoning and you become a slave of your own emotions

Homosexuality can be cured, for those who want to change – it can be a long process as it can be much easier – it is done through ruqya with a professional healer