Tuesday, 20 December 2011

:: Abdurraheem Green's dad's Shahadah ::

Assalam Alaikum,

For the last 20 years, Abdurraheem Green's father rejected his invitation to Islam... In September 2011, his father passes away... 

10 days before he died, something remarkable happened... Abdurraheem Green speaks about the process of inviting his dad into Islam~

It's for us to share the beauty, Allah, Subhana'Allah Wa Ta'ala, to guide~ Don't give up on giving the message, Someday somehow, Allah swt guides them back~

May Allah, Subhana'Allah Wa Ta'ala,  gives us the last breath to say the shahadah on our death bed~ Ameen!

Khadijah C.

Saturday, 17 December 2011

:: Say those things that are best ::

Say to My servants that they should (only) say those things that are best: for Satan doth sow dissensions among them: For Satan is to man an avowed enemy.

( سورة الإسراء , Al-Isra, Chapter #17, Verse #53)

According to Tafsir by Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi,

The believers have been enjoined to say only the best things even in their discussion with the disbelievers and other opponents of their Faith. They should neither use harsh words nor make exaggerated statements. They should be cool in their conversation and say only what is true and dignified in spite of the provoking behavior of the opponents.

The believers have been forewarned to guard against the provocations of Satan, as if to say, "While answering your opponents, if you feel that you are being aroused to anger, you should at once understand that it is Satan who is exciting you in order to do harm to your dispute, in which he wants to engage human beings for sowing discord between them."

Monday, 5 December 2011

:: Don't give up ::

Assalam Alaikum,

Got this article from a sister... For those who are striving for the cause of Allah, Subhana Wa ta'ala... 

Do men think that they will be left alone on saying, "we believe", and that they will not be tested?
( سورة العنكبوت , Al-Ankaboot, Chapter #29, Verse #2)

You might feel alone. The loneliness in your heart because you can’t tell your family who you are. You might feel worthless because you’re not who your parents want you to do be. You’ll see your non-Muslim friends living an easy life, you’ll get frustrated because you can’t read Arabic, you’ll get let down when you constantly have to hide to your family of the One that lifts you up.

You wear the hijab, but when your family is with you, you have to take it off.

You read the Qur’aan, but when your family is with you, you have to hide it underneath your bed.

You can’t even say mashaAllaah to your mother, when her smile is the most beautiful than anyone here.

Jobs, education, priorities - you’re not who you were before reverting! Now marriage is your focus, for the sake of Allaah, but everyone looks at you as if you’re wasting your life away.

Everything is difficult, and you even have Muslims mocking you.

Just thinking about how it would be when you tell your parents is enough for you to break down.

But don’t.

All of this is worth it, just as long as it’s for the sake of Allaah subhana wa ta’ala.

Remember Him. Remember Paradise, and remember the Hell Fire. Remember death, because so many times we forget we are living to worship Him.

Allaah subhana wa ta’ala didn’t guide you for no reason. He chose you, so you can choose Him. Allaahu Akbar - God is greater than all of your problems. What you think you can’t handle, Allaah azza wa jal is greater than that. What you think is pure bliss, Allaah azza wa jal is greater than that.


Fight your battles as a Muslim.

You can never lose when you give yourself up to Al Mani’, The Preventer of Harm, Allaah subhana wa ta’ala.

Live for Him, fight for Him, die as a slave for Him and in shaa Allaah, you will be with Him.

(via tumblr)

:: Atheist Vs Imam ::

Atheist: Can your Lord fit the entire universe into an egg without making the egg any bigger and the universe any smaller?

Imam Jafar As-Sadiq: I would like you to look at the sky, and at that bird in the sky, and at that tree, and at all those people who have gathered around us and now look at me.

Atheist: I see them all.

Imam Jafar As-Sadiq: If Allah can fit all of those things inside the tiny pupil of your eye, do you think that he cannot fit the universe into an egg?

Taken from http://hamidswisdom.blogspot.com/2011/12/atheist-vs-imam.html

:: 清爱 ::