April132014

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12PM

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12PM
lionofallah:

And He gave you from all you asked of Him. And if you should count the favor of Allah , you could not enumerate them. Indeed, mankind is most unjust and ungrateful.
Surah Ibrahim | Verse 34
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lionofallah:

And He gave you from all you asked of Him. And if you should count the favor of Allah , you could not enumerate them. Indeed, mankind is most unjust and ungrateful.

Surah Ibrahim | Verse 34

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12PM
islamic-quotes:

“We were the most humiliated people on earth and Allah gave us honour through Islam. If we ever seek honour through anything else, Allah will humiliate us again.”
 ― Umar ibn Al-Khattab R.A

islamic-quotes:

“We were the most humiliated people on earth and Allah gave us honour through Islam. If we ever seek honour through anything else, Allah will humiliate us again.”


― Umar ibn Al-Khattab R.A

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March172014
“Many people talk about Allah but very few talk to Allah. Bring Tahajjud and Du’a into your life and talk to Him.”

Muhammad bin Yahya al-Ninowy

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4AM

Fire didn’t burn Ibrahim
Knife didn’t kill Ismaeel
River didn’t drown Musa
Whale didn’t eat Yunus

Be with Allah ﷻ
Allah ﷻ will be with you

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March32014
destinationjannah:

Allah says, “Indeed, salat (prayer) prevents al-Fahsha (shamelessness, immorality, and lewdness).” [Surat Al-‘Ankabut, 45]
A Reflection: “The first thing that Shaytan will try to do is get you to stop praying. You know why? Because he has to kill the guard if he wants to penetrate the castle. Once the guard is gone, then Shaytan can open the floodgates for evil. And he has a lot of patience. He has done this to many people before so he’s experienced as well.”
-Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan

destinationjannah:

Allah says, “Indeed, salat (prayer) prevents al-Fahsha (shamelessness, immorality, and lewdness).” [Surat Al-‘Ankabut, 45]

A Reflection: “The first thing that Shaytan will try to do is get you to stop praying. You know why? Because he has to kill the guard if he wants to penetrate the castle. Once the guard is gone, then Shaytan can open the floodgates for evil. And he has a lot of patience. He has done this to many people before so he’s experienced as well.”

-Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan

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March22014
destinationjannah:

Allah says, “Indeed, salat (prayer) prevents al-Fahsha (shamelessness, immorality, and lewdness).” [Surat Al-‘Ankabut, 45]
A Reflection: “The first thing that Shaytan will try to do is get you to stop praying. You know why? Because he has to kill the guard if he wants to penetrate the castle. Once the guard is gone, then Shaytan can open the floodgates for evil. And he has a lot of patience. He has done this to many people before so he’s experienced as well.”
-Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan

destinationjannah:

Allah says, “Indeed, salat (prayer) prevents al-Fahsha (shamelessness, immorality, and lewdness).” [Surat Al-‘Ankabut, 45]

A Reflection: “The first thing that Shaytan will try to do is get you to stop praying. You know why? Because he has to kill the guard if he wants to penetrate the castle. Once the guard is gone, then Shaytan can open the floodgates for evil. And he has a lot of patience. He has done this to many people before so he’s experienced as well.”

-Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan

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8AM
dawat-us-salafiyyah:

Question: Is a person excused because of his ignorance? For example a person goes to the graves of the Awliya to reach blessings through them, given that he does not know that this deed is greater shirk. Can you clarify with evidences from the Qur’an and Sunnah?
Answer by Shaykh ibn Baaz: One is not excused because of his ignorance when it comes to Aqeedah issues which touch upon Tawheed and Shirk if one lives amongst the Muslims, heart the Qur’an, the Sunnah and has access to question.
This one is not excused for worshipping graves, seeking protection from the graves and the likes. Rather, he is obliged to learn and understand. He is not allowed to be easygoing with this issue.
The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) asked his Lord for permission to ask for forgiveness for his mother who died under the Days of Ignorance. However, he was not granted permission.
Moreover, when a man asked him (peace and blessings be upon him) about his [own] father he (peace and blessings be upon him) responded: My father and your father are in the Fire.
He died at the Days of Ignorance (Jahiliyyah). Several scholars said that this is because they died AFTER receiving knowledge about the regulation of Ibraheem which forbids Shirk.
Presumably, his mother found out and in turn he (peace and blessings be upon him) was not granted permission to ask for her forgiveness. His father probably [also] found [out] and thus he said: ”My father and your father are in the Fire.”
If neither his (peace and blessings be upon him) father or mother who lived at the time of ignorance are excused, then one wonders what the case is with the one who lives amongst the Muslims, and has access to the scholars, hears the Qur’an and the Sunnah.
In conclusion, those who stand devotedly by the graves seeking the protection from the dead, are not excused.
They are obliged to learn themselves the religion and ask the scholars and not stay in this bad condition once they are embraced by the verses and the Ahadeeth.
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dawat-us-salafiyyah:

Question: Is a person excused because of his ignorance? For example a person goes to the graves of the Awliya to reach blessings through them, given that he does not know that this deed is greater shirk. Can you clarify with evidences from the Qur’an and Sunnah?

Answer by Shaykh ibn Baaz: One is not excused because of his ignorance when it comes to Aqeedah issues which touch upon Tawheed and Shirk if one lives amongst the Muslims, heart the Qur’an, the Sunnah and has access to question.

This one is not excused for worshipping graves, seeking protection from the graves and the likes. Rather, he is obliged to learn and understand. He is not allowed to be easygoing with this issue.

The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) asked his Lord for permission to ask for forgiveness for his mother who died under the Days of Ignorance. However, he was not granted permission.

Moreover, when a man asked him (peace and blessings be upon him) about his [own] father he (peace and blessings be upon him) responded: My father and your father are in the Fire.

He died at the Days of Ignorance (Jahiliyyah). Several scholars said that this is because they died AFTER receiving knowledge about the regulation of Ibraheem which forbids Shirk.

Presumably, his mother found out and in turn he (peace and blessings be upon him) was not granted permission to ask for her forgiveness. His father probably [also] found [out] and thus he said: My father and your father are in the Fire.

If neither his (peace and blessings be upon him) father or mother who lived at the time of ignorance are excused, then one wonders what the case is with the one who lives amongst the Muslims, and has access to the scholars, hears the Qur’an and the Sunnah.

In conclusion, those who stand devotedly by the graves seeking the protection from the dead, are not excused.

They are obliged to learn themselves the religion and ask the scholars and not stay in this bad condition once they are embraced by the verses and the Ahadeeth.

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February232014
“Verily the one who recites the Quran beautifully, smoothly, & precisely, he will be in the company of the noble & obedient angels. And as for the one who recites with difficulty, stammering or stumbling through its verses then he will have twice that reward.” The Prophet (Saw) - [Bukhari and Muslim] (via calltothewayofallah)

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