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  • Sunday, December 27, 2009

    Fasting on the day of Ashura: very important please read.

    As a reminder for Sunni Muslims, the days for fasting in observance for Ashura will be on December 26th and December 27th, 2009.

    The prophet observed the fast on Ashuraa (the 10th of Muharram),
    and ordered (Muslims) to fast on that day. (Agreed upon Hadith i.e. Bukhari & Muslim).Narrated by Abi Katada: The prophet was asked about fasting on ‘Ashuraa’ (the 10th of Muharram), he said: “it expiates the previous year (for sins).” (Sahih Muslim)

    It was proven from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) that the best fasting after Ramadaan is fasting in the month of Muharram. It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “The best fasting after Ramadaan is the month of Allaah Muharram, and the best prayer after the obligatory prayer is prayer at night.” Narrated by Muslim, 1163.

    Narrated by al-Bukhaari (1865) from Ibn ‘Abbaas, who said: The Prophet (saws) came to Madinah and saw the Jews fasting on the day of Ashoora. He said, “What is this?” They said, “This is a good day, this is the day when Allah saved the Children of Israel from their enemy and Moosa fasted on this day.” He (the Prophet Muhammad) said, “We are closer to Moosa than you.”

    So he (the Prophet Muhammad) fasted on this day and told the people to fast.

    There are many other versions of this Hadith in the books of “Muslim” and “Bukhari”.

    According to a version narrated by Muslim,

    This is a great day when Allah saved Moosa (Moses) and his people and drowned Pharaoh and his people.”


    Tuesday, September 29, 2009

    4 ways to increase Iman

    Iman is to believe on ALLAH without viewing Him.That is believe on ALLAH as He is described by His beloved Rasul(Peach be upon Him).There are many ways to increase Iman.
    Hazrat Mowlan Saad Saheb(DB) described 4 ways to increase this iman.They are written in below:

    1.To discuss the Uniqueness of ALLAH and His power.His power of creation and direct them.
    2.To discuss ALLAH's help to the prophet , how amazingly ALLAH helps those without any worldly factor(Upon Hazrat Ibrahim()PBUH),upon Hazrat Musa(PBUH) )
    3.To discuss ALLAH's help to the Companion's of ALLAH's Rasul(Peach Be Upon Him).
    4.To discuss the characteristics of Iman described in Quran and Hadis.

    If we can practice this kind of discussion then inshaALLAH our iman will increase day by day.


    Sunday, September 13, 2009

    How to Seek Laylat-ul-Qadr

    Alhamdulilahi Rabbil alamiiin wasalatuwasalamu ala asharafil mursalin wa ala ali wa ashabihi ajmaiin

    Laylat ul-Qadr is the most blessed night. A person who misses it has indeed missed a great amount of good. If a believing person is zealous to obey his Lord and increase the good deeds in his record, he should strive to encounter this night and to pass it in worship and obedience. If this is facilitated for him, all of his previous sins will be forgiven.

    Praying Qiyaam

    It is recommended to make a long Qiyaam prayer during the nights on which Laylat ul-Qadr could fall. This is indicated in many hadeeths, such as the following:

    Abu Tharr (radhiallahu `anhu) relates:

    "We fasted with Allah's Messenger (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) in Ramadaan. He did not lead us (in qiyaam) at all until there were seven (nights of Ramadaan) left. Then he stood with us (that night - in prayer) until one third of the night had passed. He did not pray with us on the sixth. On the fifth night, he prayed with us until half of the night had passed. So we said, 'Allah's Messenger! Wouldn't you pray with us the whole night?' He replied:

    'Whoever stands in prayer with the imaam until he (the imaam) concludes the prayer, it is recorded for him that he prayed the whole night.'…" [Recorded by Ibn Abi Shaybah, Abu Dawud, at-Tirmithi (who authenticated it), an-Nasa'i, Ibn Majah, at-Tahawi (in Sharhu Ma`an il-Athar, Ibn Nasr, al-Faryabi, and al-Bayhaqi. Their isnad is authentic.]

    [Point of benefit: Abu Dawud mentioned: "I heard Ahmad being asked, 'Do you like for a man to pray with the people or by himself during Ramadan?' He replied, 'Pray with the people.' I also heard him say, 'I would prefer for one to pray (qiyaam) with the imaam and to pray witr with him as well, for the Prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) said: "When a man prays with the imaam until he concludes, it is recorded that he prayed the rest of that night." [Masaa'il]]

    Abu Hurayrah (radhiallahu `anhu) narrated that the Messenger (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) said:

    "Whoever stands (in qiyaam) in Laylat ul-Qadr [and it is facilitated for him] out of faith and expectation (of Allah's reward), will have all of his previous sins forgiven." [Al-Bukhari and Muslim; the addition "and it is facilitated for him" is recorded by Ahmad from the report of `Ubaadah Bin as-Samit; it means that he is permitted to be among the sincere worshippers during that blessed night.]

    Making Supplications

    It is also recommended to make extensive supplication on this night. `A'ishah (radhiallahu `anha) reported that she asked Allah's Messenger (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam), "O Messenger of Allah! If I knew which night is Laylat ul-Qadr, what should I say during it?" And he instructed her to say:

    "Allahumma innaka `afuwwun tuh.ibbul `afwa fa`fu `annee - O Allah! You are forgiving, and you love forgiveness. So forgive me." [Recorded by Ahmad, Ibn Majah, and at-Tirmithi. Verified to be authentic by Al-Albani]

    Abandoning Worldly Pleasures for the Sake of Worship

    It is further recommended to spend more time in worship during the nights on which Laylat ul-Qadr is likely to be. This calls for abandoning many worldly pleasures in order to secure the time and thoughts solely for worshipping Allah.

    `A'ishah (radhiallahu `anha) reported:

    "When the (last) ten started, the Prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) would tighten his izaar (i.e. he stayed away from his wives in order to have more time for worship), spend the whole night awake (in prayer), and wake up his family." [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

    And she said:
    "Allah's Messenger (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) used to exert more (in worship) on the last ten than on other nights." [Muslim]


    Thursday, September 10, 2009

    Some Common Mistakes in Ramadan

    Assalamu Aa'laikum
    Muhtaraam brothers/sisters

    Al-hamdulillah, most Muslims who fast Ramadhan focus on the benefits and rewards of it. But in doing so, we often make mistakes that instead of adding to our experience actually detract from it. Here we are figuring a small chart of our regular mistakes:

    1:Too much stress on food and drink:

    Some spend the ENTIRE day planning, cooking, shopping and thinking about only food, instead of concentrating on Salaah, Quraan and other acts of worship

    2 :Spending all day cooking:

    Some of the sisters (either by their own choice or forced by their husbands) are cooking ALL day and ALL night, so that by the end of the day, they are too tired to even pray Ishaa, let alone pray Taraweeh or Tahajjud or even read Quraan. This is the month of mercy and forgiveness. So turn off that stove and turn on your Imaan!

    3:Fasting but not giving up evil:

    Some of us fast but do not give up lying, cursing, fighting, backbiting, etc. and some of us fast but do not give up cheating, stealing, dealing in haraam, buying lotto tickets, selling alcohol, fornication, etc. and all kinds of impermissible things without realizing that the purpose of fasting is to not stay away from food and drink; rather the aim behind it is to fear Allah.

    4: Fasting and not wearing Hijaab properly:

    Not wearing the Hijaab is a major sin as it is obligatory for Muslim women. (See Surah Nur, Surah Ahzaab for hijaab related verses). So fasting and not wearing hijaab certainly takes away enormously from the rewards of fasting, even if does not invalidate it.

    5:Not fasting because of exams or work:

    Exams or work is NOT one of the excuses allowed by the Shariah to not fast. You can do your studying and revision at night if it is too hard to do that during the day. Also remember that pleasing and obeying Allah is much more important than 'good grades'. Besides, if you will fulfill your obligation to fast, even if you have to study, Allah will make it easy for you and help you in everything you do.

    'Whosoever fears Allah, He will appoint for him a way out and provide for him from where he does not expect, Allah is Sufficient for whosoever puts his trust in Him.' (Surah at-Talaaq 2-3)

    6:Iftaar parties:

    Although inviting each other for breaking fast is something good and encouraged, some people go to extremes with lavish 'Iftaar parties' with all sorts of disobedience to Allah, from flirting, mixing of the sexes and hijaab-less women, to show-off and extravagance, to heedlessness to Salaah and Taraweeh. Some even resort to music and dancing.

    Please correct me if mistakes found in writing.
    Insha'Allah the following serves as a reminder to myself first and to all Muslims. May Allah help us to spend our time wisely this Ramadhan and help us to avoid these mistakes.


    Sunday, August 16, 2009

    some important tips for husband/wife for a happy Muslim family

    Here, we are now trying to help you by providing some important tips to make your family a happy Muslim family Insha'Allah! We expect from husband and wife both should try to implement these tips in order to achieve the best state of Imaan, Amaal and bringing Islam in every part of our heart Insha'Allah Taa'la!

    The tips are:

    > Always greet her/him whenever you arrive at home!

    > Advise her/him in privacy and at the best time. Don’t advise her/him in the presence of others, since it can be a type of humiliation.

    > Avoid anger whether she/he does common mistakes every time!

    > Be a good listener, try to read her/his mind!

    > Speak of her/him goodness in the presence of others.

    > Leave her/his past to Allah Ta'ala!

    > Shaitaan/Nafs is your enemy, NOT your wife/husband!

    > Compliment her/him! Give her/him the gifts of the tongue.

    > Designate a nice, clean, spacious area in your home for the 2 of you to pray at night whenever you can. Keep it smelling nice and fresh with incense, etc.

    > Make du’aa for her/his and always remember her/him in your du’aas.

    > Help her with the children; it’s not only her job it’s yours too!

    > Do masowara at home with her/him for daily necessities for duniya as well as akhirat!

    > Try to take her/him for 3 days with Tabligh Jamaat in every three months.

    Insha'Allah by adopting these tips for the sake of Allah Taa'la we believe strongly and hope that we all can make our family as happy as it was in the time of Sahabas [radiyallau anhum].

    Verily Allah Taa'la knows all.


    Sunday, July 26, 2009

    Just a Little Reminder InshAllah

    Asalaam walikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu everyone!

    I thought this would be of some use to everyone since we all tend to forget things at times, so lets refresh our memories or learn something new which is vital to our knowledge of being noble Muslim. And what way can we attain the label of being a noble Muslim? By educating ourselves and putting what we learned into practice, so lets start of with the basics: Sins. Avoiding sins are major responsibility of the Muslims, minor and major. But one is able to avoid the major sins then avoiding the minor should follow through. So here's a article discussing major sins which I believe a lot of us are not aware.

    A Muslim should steer clear of all sins, major and minor ones. A faithful Muslim takes care of every utterance or deed, avoiding anything that makes him subject to the punishment of Allah and His Wrath.

    The major sins are those acts which have been forbidden by Allah in the Qur’an and by His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) in the Sunnah , and which have been made clear by the actions of the first righteous generation of Muslims, the Companions of the Prophet. Allah Almighty says: "If you avoid the major (part) of what you have been forbidden (to do), We will cancel out for you your (other) evil deeds and will admit you (to Paradise) with a noble entry." (An-Nisaa’:31)

    In this verse, Allah Almighty has guaranteed the Garden of Paradise to those who avoid the major sins. And Allah Almighty also says: "Those who avoid the greatest of sins and indecencies, and forgive when they are angry" (Ash-Shura: 37) and "Those who avoid the greatest sins and indecencies, except for oversights, (will find that) surely your Lord is ample in forgiveness." (An-Najm: 32)

    The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: "The five (daily) Prayers, Friday to Friday and Ramadan to Ramadan, make atonement for what has happened since the previous one, as long as major sins have been avoided." It is therefore very important to determine exactly what the greatest vices, technically called "the major sins" (kaba’ir), are in order that Muslims should avoid them.

    There is some difference of opinion among scholars in this regard. Some say these major sins are seven, and in support of their position they quote the hadith: "Avoid the seven noxious things: associating anything with Allah, magic, killing one whom Allah has declared inviolate without a just cause, consuming the property of an orphan, devouring riba (interest), turning back when the army advances, and slandering chaste women who are believers but indiscreet." (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

    `Abdullah ibn `Abbas said: "Seventy is closer to their number than seven," and indeed that is correct. The above hadith does not limit the major sins to those mentioned in it. Rather, it points to the type of sins which fall into the category of major. These include those crimes which call for a prescribed punishment (hadd), such as theft, fornication or adultery, and murder; those prohibited acts for which a warning of a severe punishment in the Hereafter is given in the Qur'an or the Sunnah; and also those deeds which are cursed by our Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). These are all major sins.

    Of course, there is a gradation among them, since some are more serious than others. We see that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) has included shirk (associating someone or something with Allah) among them, and from the text of the Qur'an we know that a person who commits shirk will not be forgiven and will remain in Hell forever. Allah Most High says: "Surely, Allah does not forgive associating anything with Him, and He forgives whatever is other than that to whomever He wills." (An-Nisaa': 48)
    The Major Sins

    1. Associating anything with Allah

    2. Murder

    3. Practicing magic

    4. Abandoning salah (ritual Prayer)

    5. Not paying zakah

    6. Not fasting during the month of Ramadan without excuse

    7. Not performing Hajj, while being able to do so

    8. Showing disrespect to parents

    9. Severing relations with relatives

    10. Committing adultery

    11. Committing sodomy

    12. Dealing in riba (interest)

    13. Wrongfully consuming the property of an orphan

    14. Lying about Allah or His Messenger

    15. Running away from the battlefield

    16. Deceiving the people that one rules and being unjust to them

    17. Being proud and arrogant

    18. Bearing false witness

    19. Drinking alcohol

    20. Gambling

    21. Falsely accusing chaste women (i.e. of committing fornication or adultery)

    22. Stealing from the spoils of war

    23. Stealing

    24. Committing highway robbery

    25. Making false oath

    26. Committing oppression

    27. Earning ill-gotten gain.

    28. Consuming what is unlawful.

    29. Committing suicide

    30. Lying frequently

    31. Judging unjustly

    32. Giving and accepting a bribe

    33. Imitating the opposite sex (in dress, behavior, and the like)

    34. Allowing one’s wife, daughters, etc. to display their beauty to men or conduct illicit sexual relations

    35. Marrying a divorced woman in order to make her lawful for her ex-husband to remarry her after he irrevocably divorced her

    36. Not protecting oneself or one's clothes from being contaminated with urine or excrement.

    37. Showing off

    38. Learning knowledge of the religion for the sake of this world and withholding that knowledge (i.e., not teaching people)

    39. Betraying a trust

    40. Recounting favors

    41. Denying Allah's Decree

    42. Listening to people's private conversations

    43. Carrying gossip

    44. Swearing

    45. Breaking contracts

    46. Believing in fortune-tellers

    47. Behaving badly towards one’s husband

    48. Making statues

    49. Lamenting, wailing, tearing the clothing, and doing other things of this sort when an affliction falls

    50. Treating others wrongfully

    51. Treating one’s wife, servant, the weak, and animals badly

    52. Offending one's neighbor

    53. Offending and abusing Muslims

    54. Offending people and having an arrogant attitude toward them

    55. Trailing one's garment in pride

    56. Wearing silk and gold (this is for men only)

    57. Running away from one’s master (this is for slaves)

    58. Slaughtering an animal that has been dedicated to anyone other than Allah

    59. To knowingly ascribe one's paternity to a man other than one's biological father

    60. Arguing and disputing violently

    61. Withholding excess water

    62. Giving short weight or measure

    63. Feeling secure from Allah's Plan

    64. Offending pious people

    65. Not praying in congregation but praying alone without an excuse

    66. Persistently missing Friday Prayer without any excuse

    67. Usurping the rights of the heir through bequests (to others)

    68. Deceiving and plotting evil

    69. Spying for the enemy of the Muslims against Muslim's interest

    70. Cursing or insulting any of the Companions of the Prophet


    So inshAllah lets try to stay clear of these, and if we have fallen into such acts lets make sure to redeem ourselves with constant repentance and to stay clear from any acts which leads to such sins. For anything that leads to such acts is haram in itself.


    Tuesday, July 21, 2009

    How to Pray 10 Jumah on one Friday

    How many Jumah salat can we pray on a single Friday? Answer, no more than one. However, here is a way that will get you reward of praying more than one Jumah on any given Friday.

    Prophet Muhammed (s.a.w) said:
    Whoever invites towards (the path of) guidance shall receive a reward equal to the rewards of those who follow him without this decreasing anything from their rewards. (Sahih Muslim)

    Using this formula, if you invite 9 of your friends to offer Jumah with you and they respond to your call then you will get the reward for your own Jumah plus nine additional Jumah prayers. You can increase the number by as many as you want!

    How great is Almighty Allah who has made earning for the hereafter very easy.

    "And whoever guides others towards good is equal to the doer of good." (Tirmidhi)

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    Sunday, June 28, 2009

    Unknown diamond in muslim world

    He was heard to say that he counted upto above 5500 (perhaps only in america) people, who brought islam on his hands and then left counting for the matter of ikhlas.
    Muslim world doesn’t know him because he is connected with such people who work for the cause of Allah.
    Their main aim is Allah be pleased with them and grant them jannath.
    Their main aim is that all the muslims come together and follow islam and work to spread islam.
    They are silent, they never say bad about others because they really follow sayings of prophet mohammed (s.a.s) that never think bad about muslims.

    Even muslims doesn’t know what work they do.
    Some say they don’t call non-muslims towards islam.
    Some call them wahabi.
    Some call them gustaakhay rasool.
    Some call them bidathi.
    Some call them fools leaving their homes.
    Some call them deviated.

    But they call everyone towards Allah and prophet mohammed (s.a.s).

    And this man went out mad, traveled more than 72 countries, spending whatever he has earned in his life .He goes in the path of Allah for about 8 months in a year and spends 4 months with his family.
    Born to a new-muslim women in Scotland.
    He did baith on hands of Moulana yousuf kandhalvi (rah) and moved on foot through jungles of Africa,in the sands of Arab,in the cold of European countries to spread islam.
    Entered America to spread islam and changed lakhs of them.
    But remains hidden for this is done for Allah and not for shows.
    His age is now 95(may Allah give barkath in his life) and even now he goes for 8months in the path of Allah.This is the energy of eman which makes him stand to fight for islam at this age.
    He is Karnal or Colonel Syed Amiruddin Khan sahab .
    I have seen him and I could not control myself from crying when I look into his eyes.he comes every year to Hyderabad/India (he has spent most of his life in Hyderabad).He is just great.

    There are thousands of such examples, but they remain silent because they do it for Allah.

    They are connected to what people call them Tabligh jamath.
    (Where as Tabligh was duty of every muslim)



    May Allah grant us hidayath from lives of these people.


    Wednesday, June 24, 2009

    How do I stop sinning?

    Ibraheem ibn Adham was approached by a man who wanted to stop his sins. He asked for advice that will help him realize the consequences of his actions. He was told:

    If you want to disobey Allah, you can, in 5 cases:

    1- If you want to disobey Allah, then don't eat from His rizq (provision.)
    The man said: Then where am I to eat when every provision is from Allah?

    Ibraheem said: O such a person! Is it honorable and good to disobey Allah, and eat from His provision?
    The man said: give me the second one.

    2- If you want to disobey Allah, then do not live on Allah's property.
    The man said: Then where am I to live if not on Allah's property?

    Ibraheem said: Is it good then, to eat from His provision, live on His property, and disobey Him?
    The man said: Give me the third one.

    3- If you want to disobey Allah, then disobey Him in a place where He will not see you.
    The man said: How am I to do this when He not only sees what others see, but what is in the hearts?

    Ibraheem said: o you such a person, how do you eat from His provision, live on His property, and disobey Him openly?
    The man said: Give me the fourth one.

    4- If you want to disobey Allah, when the Angel of Death comes to you, tell him to come back later, after you repent.
    The man said: He will not accept this from me!

    Ibraheem said: O you such a person, when you cannot delay death, how do you expect a savior?
    The man said: Give me the fifth.

    5- If you want to disobey Allah, then after death comes to you, on the Day of Judgement, when the Angels of Hell come to drag you into Hell, refuse to go with them.
    The man said: They will not accept that from me!

    Ibraheem said: Then how do you expect to be saved?
    The man said: Enough! Enough! I seek forgiveness in Allah and make tawbaah! AstaghfirAllah wa i'tubuu ilayk!

    He made sincere tawbaah, and left all his acts of disobedience, and he died in such a state.


    Tuesday, June 23, 2009

    Harms Of Looking at Opposite Sex with Lustful Gazes

    In this day and age, due to the shamelessness and immodesty which has been spread through Pornography, TV, VCR, Internet, Cell Phone, Cinema, etc., so many people's lives have been destroyed. Young people have ruined their youth in illicit sexual intercourse and masturbation. Life-life marriages have been broken due to unlawful love affairs. On a social level, society is plagued with problems such as rape, prostitution, child molestation and pedophile, homosexuality, AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.

    The question arises as to what is the root of all these problems. May Allah Ta'ala reward our pious predecessors, who look at the world with the eye of the heart, enlightened by the light of the Quran, Hadith and the burning love of Allah Ta’ala. They have diagnosed all these sickness to be brought about by one deadly disease. The root of all these problems is the SIN OF THE EYES, casting evil glances, looking at the opposite or same sex with lustful gazes. Unfortunately today, people do not even consider casting evil glances to be a sin, when in actuality it is the root of innumerable vices and sins.

    Another reality which people are totally unaware of is that by protecting one's eyes from lustful glances, one is promised the taste of the sweetness of Imaan. Once the sweetness of Imaan enters the heart, it will never be taken back. Thus by protecting the eyes, one is given grad tidings of a good death.

    Rasulullah Muhammad (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم) said:

    ان النظرة سھم من سھام ابلیس مسموم من تر کھا مخافتی ابدلتہ ایمانا یجد حلاوتہ فی قلبہ

    "Verily the evil glance is a poisonous arrow from the arrows of Iblees. He who abstains from casting evil glances, I will grant him such Imaan, that he will feel the sweetness of it in his heart".

    (Narrated by Ibn Mas’ud in Tabarani and Kanzul-Ummaal; Vol. 5, pg. 228),
    (Ibn Katheer; Surra Nur, Ayat 30)

    Hafiz ibn Katheer (رحمۃ اللہ علیہ) mentions in his Tafseer:

    من حفظ بصرہ اورثہ اللہ نورا فی بصیرتہ

    "He who protects his eyes from unlawful gazes, Allah Ta'ala will grant him the light of the heart."

    We ask Allah Ta'ala that He makes this blog a means of exposing the reality of this destructive disease and that He guides the entire Ummah from the darknesses of sin into the light of piety and obedience to Allah Ta'ala and Rasulullah Muhammad (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم).



    Wednesday, June 17, 2009

    A Letter from a muslim girl to her christian parents

    Hello Mami and Papi,

    I don't know how else to approach you in order to explain my reasoning behind my life changing decision and have you listen and understand at the same time. Since I can long remember I have not be a strong believer of Christianity, there was a lot that did not make sense to me, for example, why I have to beg for forgiveness to a priest? Why I have to pray to saints and not
    straight to God, why is Jesus the SON of God, why are their SOO many versions of the bible?
    The religion became a
    fascination to me, and I
    truly wanted to know
    more. I purchased a few
    books in the UK and read
    some pamphlets on the
    religion. I did not make
    any decisions but I contin-
    ued to read and become
    more familiar to Islam.
    Islam began making sense
    to me, the idea that we
    pray only to Allah, that we

    ask Allah for help and for forgive us, how a book (the Quran) that was written thousands of years ago remains unchanged as of today (there are different translations but no different versions) . Also how a book that was written years ago managed to explain scientific situations that was only discovered by man kind only a couple of year ago. Or how the Quran has managed to explains how babies develop in the womb? How would anyone thousands of years ago know this and in such detail? Especially since scientist discovered the explanation of these situations less that 100 years ago?? How can we explain those wonders of the book?

    Also how can I deny the holy book when it has been so clear in explaining advanced technology, how the day turns into the night, the creation of human beings by water (as we know scientifically to be known that we came from cells) layers of heaven (which we describe now in scientific terms as the atmospheric levels?). Furthermore, the beginning of the universe and the movement of tectonic plates (there are numerous other examples of the science behind the Quran).

    What also has touched me is that Islam believes in ALL THE PROPHETS - JESUS MOSES DAVID ABRAHAM AND MOHAMMAD (pbuh) they all coexist in he Quran, the Quran also tells us that we must respect ALL religions. Mami and Papi, I can not explain how many times I have made my self clear to you of what I believed in, I could not have given myself away an-
    ymore! Every time I spoke hours and hours on end about Islam, and how I knew so much.

    Also I began of interacting more with Muslim friends; I felt that they would be able to give me a clear explanation of Islam. Also Islam played a major part in self respect, and it helped my appreciate my self more, and realize that I should stay away from harmful situation such as drinking, smoking, going out with people that only meant trouble. I told you what my friends were like, they were heading the wrong direction, and I did not want to be in that direction and believing in Islam made it easier for me to walk away from the powers of shaytaan and do better.

    Also Islam was and has been the reason for my success in school. I have placed my mind in my studies instead of going out all the time as my old friends did, and trust me you would not like me to be like them, because if I had been than you would have every single reason to think I was a bad person, that I was irresponsible and that I was a disgrace to the family.After almost one year of studying Islam I had no doubt in my mind that itwas not the right religion.

    I was prepared to become a Sunni Muslim. In early June 2006 I attended the mosque in Westbury NY to ask further questions about Islam and after speaking to a sister and the imam of the mosque I knew that it was time to make the right decision. I did shahada around 2 weeks later which is the Islamic creed; it means to testify or to bear witness in Arabic, the declaration of the belief. I stated in front of 80- 100 Muslims "ash hadu anla ilaha illallah, wa ash hadu anla Mohammad roosul Allah" which translates to "I believe in one and only God and Mohammad is his mes- senger" It was such a beautiful experience.

    I had been accepted into the Islam. I was welcomed by every single Mus-lim at the mosque with open arms, I felt too special, it felt so right, I knew I had made the best decision in my life, and it was something that was going to bring positive sides of me. It is so hard to explain the rush, and the emotional and faith satisfaction that I had at that moment, but I knew there was something wrong, that I was not able to celebrate my happi-ness with the people in my life that I loved the most, the meant to most to me, and that was you and papi. The moment was wonderful but not complete. I really wish you could have been as proud of me as I was for

    It hurt so much to think and feel that my biggest challenge would be to openly tell you about me and Islam, about me and my faith, about me and my happiness. I know that you both want the best for me, you want me to be happy and you want me to be responsible, and you want me to
    be independent and make the RIGHT decisions. I have done the right de-cision, and I made it all by myself, and I read about Islam all by myself, I discovered Islam in me all by myself, IT WAS ME who made every decision from the point were I began in the Islamic interest to the point where I am now.

    I can't lie to you and tell you I had no influences because how else would I have been influenced by wanting to know more about Islam? Well from observing other people. How do we know as humans whether eating a chocolate cake taste good or not? We taste it, we try others to compare and then we make a final decision and if we like it we continue to eat if we don't then we disregard it.

    Mami and Papi, I know I might seem weak sometimes in certain situations, and I know I display signs of vulnerability , but converting into Islam was decided by me, its hard and it hurts to think that all this studying, research of Islam and me converting has been credited to someone else, but at the end of the day the only one that knows the truth is God and it is to him that I will be standing in front of on the day of Judgment, and it is him that knows everything.

    It is stated in the Quran that all the prophets were messengers of God, they all came to spread the news and religion of God, but that they all came in their own time, and that Mohammad (pbuh) was the last messenger of God.

    I know my word is hard to believe after the incidents these past two days, but there is nothing more that I can do to prove to both of you when it comes to the decisions that I made about Islam. And most importantly I want you both to understand that it is virtually impossible to explain ALL of my reasoning behind my belief in Islam, this email is not even 1/100th of it all, I have spent hours and hours and hours speaking to others about my feeling towards Islam, and I wish and pray to Allah that one day I will be able to express everything I feel about Islam with both of you.

    I still remain to be the daughter that you had almost 21 years ago, it has not changed the way I feel about you, you still are the most important people in my life, I love you both more than anything, I just have a different belief and its one which will bring you no shame, it will not physically hurt you, and I will not patronize our relationship.

    I love you both very much and I only pray for the best, Carolina Amirah DeFonseca.

    Dear muslim brothers and sisters, As Salam Walaikum Wa Rahmat Ullah,

    From this letter we can clearly see that those, like sister Carolina Amirah DeFonseca (May Allah be pleased with her) and other non muslim people, who archived faith truly by struggling and researching hard enough to find the truth, are the one who gives true value to ISLAM.

    But its us, who got Islam as a gift by birth and unfortunately we fail to know it, don't want to know it or we think that as we are muslims Jannat is fixed for us, even after some punishment in hell.

    But it is not what we think. "Why?" Here is the Hadith.

    Ali t narrates that Prophet Muhammad(saw) has said:

    Allah said I sent wahi to one Nabi of the Bani Israil (i.e. Dawud u) “Tell the obedient servants from your ummah not to only rely on their good actions, as on the day of reckoning, whichever servant I wish to punish I will punish in conformance to my (justice) and tell the disobedient servants not to throw themselves into destruction by their own hands (i.e. they should not give up hope of forgiveness) as I will forgive major sins also if I wish, and I will not care (i.e. in giving anybody punishment or forgiving anybody - Abu Naim.) Tafsir Mazhari Vol. 8 P . 486

    That is why we muslim belivers pray by saying...

    “O our Lord! Turn away from us the torment of the Hell; surely its torment is utter destruction.” Al Furqan 65 Read more...

    Monday, June 15, 2009


    A young man had been to a Class of Quranic Studies. The Mualim (Teacher) had shared about listening to Allah and obeying Allah through intuition. The young man couldn't help but wonder, 'Does Allah still speak to people through intuition?'

    After Lessons, he went out with some friends for coffee and pie and they discussed the message. Several different ones talked about how Allah had led them in different ways and that at the end you'll know it was Allah(SWT) Who has directed you.

    It was about ten o'clock when the young man started driving home. Sitting in his car, he just began to pray, 'Allah...If you still speak to people, speak to me. I will listen. I will do my best to obey.' As he drove down the main street of his town, he had the strangest thought to stop and buy a gallon of milk. He shook his head and said out loud, 'Allah is that you?' He didn't get a reply and started on toward home. But again, the thought, buy a gallon of milk came into his head.
    'Okay, Allah, in case that is you, I will buy the milk.' It didn't seem like too hard a test of obedience. He could always use the milk. He stopped and purchased the gallon of milk and started off toward home.
    As he passed Seventh Street , he again felt the urge, 'Turn Down that street.' This is crazy he thought, and drove on past the intersection. Again, he felt that he should turn down Seventh Street . At the next intersection, he turned back and headed down Seventh.

    Half jokingly, he said out loud, 'Okay, Allah, I will.' He drove several blocks, when suddenly, he felt like he should stop.
    He pulled over to the curb and looked around. He was in a semi-commercial area of town. It wasn't the best but it wasn't the worst of neighborhoods either. The businesses were closed and most of the houses looked dark like the people were already in bed. Again, he sensed something, 'Go and give the milk to the people in the house across the street.' The young man looked at the house. It was dark and it looked like the people were either gone or they were
    already asleep. He started to open the door and then sat back in the car seat. 'Allah, this is insane. Those people are asleep and if I wake them up, they are going to be mad and I will look stupid.' Again, he felt like he should go and give the milk.

    Finally, he opened the door, 'Okay Allah(SWT), if this is you, I will go to the door and I will give them the milk. If you want me to look like a crazy person, okay. I want to be obedient. I guess that will count for something, but if they don't answer right away, I am out of here.' He walked across the street and rang the bell. He could hear some noise inside. A man's voice yelled out, 'Who is it? What do you want?' Then the door opened before the young man could get away.

    The man was standing there in his jeans and T-shirt. He looked like he just got out of bed. He had a strange look on his face and he didn't seem too happy to have some stranger standing on his doorstep. 'What is it?' The young man thrust out the gallon of milk, 'Here, I brought this to you.' The man took the milk and rushed down a hallway.
    Then from down the hall came a woman carrying the milk toward the kitchen. The man was following her holding a baby. The baby was crying. The man had tears streaming down his face.

    The man began speaking and half crying, 'We were just praying. We had some big bills this month and we ran out of money. We didn't have any milk for our baby. I was just praying and asking Allah(SWT) to show me how to get some milk.' His wife in the kitchen yelled out, 'I ask him to send an Angel with some.

    Are you an Angel?'
    The young man reached into his wallet and pulled out all the money he had on him and put in the man's hand.

    He turned and walked back toward his car and the tears were streaming down his face.

    He knew that Allah (SWT) still answers prayers.


    Sunday, June 14, 2009

    Inspiring Story - A Bucket of Water

    An old man lived on a farm in the mountains of eastern Kentucky with his young grandson. Each morning Grandpa was up early sitting at the kitchen table reading his Quraan ..
    His grandson wanted to be just like him and tried to imitate him in every way he could. One day the grandson asked, "Papa, I try to read the Quraan just like you but I don't understand it, and what I do understand I forget as soon as I close the book. What good does reading the Quraan do?" The Grandfather quietly turned from putting coal in the stove and replied, "Take this coal basket down to the river and bring me back a basket of water." The boy did as he was told, but all the water leaked out before he got back to the house. The grandfather laughed and said, "You'll have to move a little faster next time," and sent him back to the river with the basket to try again. This time the boy ran faster, but again the basket was empty before he returned home. Out of breath, he told his grandfather that it was impossible to carry water in a basket, and he went to get a bucket instead.
    The old man said, "I don't want a bucket of water; I want a basket of water. You're just not trying hard enough," and he went out the door to watch the boy try again.

    At this point, the boy knew it was impossible, but he wanted to show his grandfather that even if he ran as fast as he could, the water would leak out before he got back to the house.
    The boy again dipped the basket into river and ran hard, but when he reached his grandfather the basket was again empty. Out of breath, he said, "See Papa, it's useless!""So you think it is useless?" The old man said, "Look at the basket. "The boy looked at the basket and for the first time realized that the basket was different. It had been transformed from a dirty old coal basket and was now clean, inside and out. "Son, that's what happens when you read the Quraan. You might not understand or remember everything, but when you read it, you will be changed, inside and out. That is the work of Allah in our lives."


    Wednesday, June 10, 2009

    A wrestler become Awlia

    Junaid Baghdadi earned his livelihood as a professional wrestler. As was the norm, the Leader of Baghdad announced one day, "Today, Junaid Baghdadi will demonstrate his skills as a wrestler, is there anyone to challenge him." An elderly man shakily stood up with his neck quivering and said, "I will enter the contest with him."

    Whoever was witness to this scene could not contain themselves, they burst out howling with laughter, clapping their hands. The King was bound by the law. He could not stop someone who of his own free will entered the bout. The elderly man was given the permission to enter the ring. He was about sixty-five years old. When Junaid Baghdadi entered the ring, he was dumbfounded as was the King and all the spectators of the Kingdom who were present. The single thought that occupied their minds was, "How will this old man be able to fight?"

    The old man addressed Junaid with these words, "Lend me your ears." He then whispered, "I know it is not possible for me to win this bout against you, but I am a Sayyid, a descendant of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). My children are starving at home. Are you prepared to sacrifice your name, your honour and position for the love of Allah's Prophet and lose this bout to me? If you do this I will be able to collect the prize money and thereby have the means to feed my children and myself for an entire year. I will be able to settle all my debts and above all, the master of both the worlds will be pleased with you. Are you, Oh Junaid, not willing to sacrifice your honour for the sake of the children of Rasulullah (peace be upon him)?"

    Junaid Baghdadi thought to himself, "Today, I have an excellent opportunity."

    In a display of fervour Junaid Baghdadi executed a couple of maneuvers, demonstrating his finesse so that the King does not suspect any conspiracy. Junaid with a great display of antics did not use his strength and allowed himself to be dropped. The elderly man mounted his chest thus entitling him to the prize.

    That night, Junaid Baghdadi had a dream of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) who said, "Oh Junaid, you have sacrificed your honour, your nationally acclaimed fame, your name and position which was heralded throughout Baghdad in the expression of your love for my children who were starving. As of today, your name is recorded in the register of the Auliya (friends of Allah)."

    Thereafter, this great wrestler learnt to defeat his nafs (desires) and became one of the most eminent Auliya of his time!

    Source: From the book "Tajalliat-e-Jazb" by Shaikh Hakim Muhammad Akhtar.


    Tuesday, June 9, 2009

    Fajr in the Masjid

    A man woke up early in order to pray the Fajr prayer in the masjid. He got dressed, made his ablution and was on his way to the masjid.

    On his way to the masjid, the man fell and his clothes got dirty. He got up, brushed himself off, and headed home. At home, he changed his clothes, made his ablution, and was, again, on his way to the masjid.

    On his way to the masjid, he fell again and at the same spot! He, again, got up, brushed himself off and headed home. At home he, once again, changed his clothes, made his ablution and was on his way to the masjid.

    On his way to the masjid, he met a man holding a lamp. He asked the man of his identity and the man replied "I saw you fall twice on your way to the masjid, so I brought a lamp so I can light your way." The first man thanked him profusely and the two where on their way to the masjid.

    Once at the masjid, the first man asked the man with the lamp to come in and pray Fajr with him. The second man refused. The first man asked him a couple more times and, again, the answer was the same. The first man asked him why he did not wish to come in and pray.

    The man replied "I am Satan."

    The man was shocked at this reply. Satan went on to explain, "I saw you on your way to the masjid and it was I who made you fall. When you went home, cleaned yourself and went back on your way to the masjid, Allah forgave all of your sins. I made you fall a second time, and even that did not encourage you to stay home, but rather, you went back on your way to the masjid. Because of that, Allah forgave all the sins of the people of your household. I was afraid if i made you fall one more time, then Allah will forgive the sins of the people of your village, so i made sure that you reached the masjid safely."

    So do not let Satan benefit from his actions.

    Do not put off a good that you intended to do as you never know how much reward you might receive from the hardships you encounter while trying to achieve that good.


    Friday, June 5, 2009

    Please boycott NIKE as a minimum

    Dear All,
    Believe me we'll not die if we don't use NIKE products. But we'll certainly find no escape at the day of judgement that what action we took against NIKE..
    Please boycott NIKE as a minimum. (rear view in the picture )This is what the 'NIKE' company did ....
    'NIKE' company wrote the name of 'ALLAH' (Nauz Billah) on the shoes & from the back so no one will notice this ........

    IF we have dignity / nobility we need to forward this msg. Please DON'T STOP ...... and say no to wear Nike in future. whether he apologise for same ...its a different matter that how much we do against Allah's commendments. but we love Allah. nobody is ours when we truly need but only ALLAH. can't tolerate such type of disgusting and punishable activities.

    i love my allah and muhammad (pbuh)

    Thursday, June 4, 2009

    Miracles of quran:Number

    A Doctor discovered some verses in the Holy Qur'an. That mention one thing is equal to another, i.e. men are equal to women.

    Although this makes sense grammatically, but the astonishing fact is that the number of times the word man appears in Holy Qur'an is 24 and number of times the word woman appears is also 24, therefore not only is this phrase correct in the grammatical sense but also true mathematically, i.e. 24 = 24.

    Upon further analysis of various verses, he discovered that this is consistent throughout the whole Holy Qur'an Where it says one thing is like another. See below for astonishing result of the words mentioned number of times in Arabic Holy Qur'an

    Dunia (one name for life) 115 .

    Aakhirat (one name for the life after this world) 115

    Malaika ( Angel s) 88 . Shayteen (Satan) 88

    Life 145 ...... Death 145

    Benefit 50 . Corrupt 50

    People 50 .. Messengers 50

    Eblees (king of devils) 11 .. Seek refuge from Eblees 11

    Museebah (calamity) 75 . Thanks ! 75

    Spending (Sadaqah) 73 . Satisfaction 73

    People who are mislead 17 D Dead people 17

    Muslimeen 41 ...J Jihad 41

    Gold 8 .E Easy life 8

    Magic 60 .F Fitnah (dissuasion, misleading) ! 60

    Zakat (Taxes Muslims pay to the poor) 32 .

    Barakah (Increasing or blessings of wealth) 32

    Mind 49 .N Noor 49

    Tongue 25 .S Sermon 25

    Desite 8 .F Fear 8

    Speaking publicly 18 .P Publicising 18

    Hardship 114 ...... Patience 114

    Muhammed 4 .S Sharee'ah ( Muhammed's teachings) 4

    Man 24 . Woman 24

    And amazingly enough have a look how many times the following words appear:

    Salat 5 , Month 12 , Day 365 ,

    Sea 32 , Land 13

    Sea + land = 32 + 13 = 45

    Sea = 32/45*100q.=71.11111111%

    Land = 13/45*100 = 28.88888889%

    Sea + land 100.00%

    Modern science has only recently proven that the water covers 71.111% of the earth, while the land covers 28.889%.

    Is this a coincidence? Question is that Who taught Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) all this?

    Reply automatically comes in mind that ALMIGHTY ALLAH taught him.

    Wednesday, June 3, 2009

    What should be justified during selection of life partner

    "Woman was made from the RIB of Man,
    She was not created from his head to TOP him,
    Nor from his feet to be stepped Upon,
    She was made from his side to be close to HIM,
    From beneath his Arm to be protected by Him,

    Once there was a very handsome, pious, well educated young man, whose parents emphasised for him to get married. they had seen so many marriage proposals, and he had turned them all down. The parents thought it was becoming a little ridiculous or suspected that he may have someone else in mind.

    However every time the parents left the girls house, the young man would always say "she's not the one!"
    The young man only wanted a girl who was religious and practicing, however one evening his mother arranged for him, to meet a girl, who was religious, and practicing.
    On that evening, the young man, and girl, were left to talk, and ask each other questions. (As one would expect).
    The young man, being a gentleman that he was allowed, the lady to ask first.

    The young girl asked the young man so many questions, she asked about his life, his education, his friends, his family, his habits, his hobbies, his lifestyle, his enjoyment, his pastime, his experiences, his shoe size..

    The young man replied to all of her questions, without tiring, and politely, with a smile the young girl took up nearly all of the time, over an hour, and felt bad, and asked the young man do you have any questions?

    The young man said, it's ok. I only have 3 questions...

    The young girl thought, wow, only 3 questions okay, shoot.
    The young man's first question was, Who do you love the most in the world, someone who's love nothing would ever overcome?
    She said, this is an easy question; my mother, he smiled second question, he asked, you said that you read a lot of qur'an, could you tell me which surahs you know the meaning of?

    Hearing this she went red and embarrassed and said, I do not know the meaning of any yet, but I am hoping to soon insha'allah I've just been a bit busy.the third question the young man asked, was I have been approached for my hand in marriage, by girls that are a lot more prettier than you, why should I marry you?

    Hearing this the young girl was outraged, she stormed off to her parents with fury, and said I do not want to marry this man he is insulting my beauty, and intelligence. And the young man and his parents, were once again, left without an agreement of marriage.
    This time, the young mans parents were really angry, and said what did you do to anger that girl, the family were so nice, and pleasant, and they were religious like you wanted. What did you ask the girl?? Tell us!

    The young man said, firstly I asked her, who do you love the most? she said, her mother,
    The parents said so, what is wrong with that??
    The young man said, "no one, is Muslim, until he loves Allah, and his messenger (saw) more than anyone else in the world"
    If a woman loves Allah and the Prophet (pbuh) more than anyone, she will love me and respect me, and stay faithful to me, because of that love, and fear for Allah (swt). and we can share this love, because this love is greater than lust for beauty.

    The young man said, then I asked, you read a lot of qur'an, can you tell me the meaning of any surah?
    And she said no, because I haven't had time yet. so I thought of that hadith "ALL humans, are dead except for those who have knowledge" She has lived 20 years and not found ANY time, to seek knowledge, why would I marry a woman, who does not know her rights, and responsibilities, and what will she teach my children, except how to be negligent, because the woman IS the madrasa (school) and the best of teachers. And a woman who has no time for Allah, will not have time for her husband.

    The third question I asked her was, that a lot of girls, more prettier than her, had approached me for marriage, why should I choose you?
    That is why she stormed off, getting angry. The young man's parents said that is a horrible thing to say, why would you do such a thing, we are going back there to apologise. The young man said I said this on purpose, to test whether she could control her anger.
    The Prophet (saw) said "do not get angry, do not get angry, do not get angry" when asked how to become pious; because anger is from Satan.
    If a woman cannot control her anger with a stranger she has just met,do you think she will be able to control it with her husband??

    So, the moral of this story is, a marriage is based on:
    *knowledge, not looks,
    *practice, not preaching,
    *Forgiveness, not anger,
    *spiritual love, not lust.
    *and compromise
    One should look for a person who
    1) Has love for Allah (swt) and the messenger (saw)
    2) Has knowledge of the deen, and can act upon it.
    3) can control their anger
    4) and willing to compromise.
    And it goes both ways, so women seeking a man, should look for the same things.
    Insha'allah, may Allah make every marriage a success, and let us create Love for Allah and his messenger(saw) so that Allah can bless us, and create love in our lives.
    There is no better structure founded in Islam other than marriage. - The Prophet of Islam (SAW)


    Thursday, May 28, 2009

    To Dear Maruf Saifullah:Love for the Prophet

    One of my friend named Maruf Saifullah asked me to explain "in order to perfect faith we need to love ALLAH's messenger." To explain this here i write something about love for the last Prophet.Actually this is collected from internet when i search "Love for the prophet" in googel.And i found this explanation in first searching result.Please read it and make your valuable comment .I am waiting for your response.

    Love for the Prophet is a Condition of Faith
    Love for the Prophet Muhammad is a measure of one's iman (faith and inner conviction) and our iman is completed and perfected only when our love for the Prophet exceeds our love for everything else in this world, including our own lives. The Holy Qur'an says:

    "The Prophet is preferable for the believers even to their own selves..." (33:6)

    This is a definitional sentence which tells us what it takes to be a believer: preferring the Prophet even to one's own life. In confirmation of this the Prophet is reported in Hadith to have said:

    "None of you becomes a believer until I am dearer to him than his children, his parents and all mankind." (as reported by Bukhari and Muslim) Some versions add: "his life, his wealth and his family".

    The best of believers, the suhaba (companions of the Prophet), did show such love for the Prophet, especially the noblest of them. Hadhrat Ali, speaking on behalf of all the community of suhaba in Medina, is reported to have said:

    "The Holy Prophet is dearer to us than our wealth, our children, our fathers, our forefathers, our mothers and cool water at the time of severe thirst."

    The firmly established principle in Islam that our iman is as good as our love for the Prophet is fairly and accurately expressed by an Urdu poet when he says:

    "Without love for the Prophet it is difficult to find God;

    He who is not of the Prophet's cannot be of God.

    Without love for Muhammad faith cannot be complete;

    To be a Muslim it is not enough to believe in God.

    Daily prayers, charity, fasting and hajj are fine;

    But despite these I cannot be among the faithful.

    Unless I am ready to be sacrificed for the honour of Muhammad;

    God is witness - my faith cannot attain perfection."

    Love of the Prophet breathes life into our practice of religion. Without it our religion reduces to an empty adherence to a set of dead rules and rituals. ("Soul of iman, essence of the Qur'an and life of religion - all these are love of Muhammad, the Mercy to All Creation.")


    At one level it seems clear why the faithful should love the Prophet: he is their teacher, guide and leader and it is impossible for him to teach, guide and lead them if they don't love him. But there is a deeper meaning in the principle that love for the Prophet is essential for iman.

    Love of the Prophet is love of all the beauty and nobility of character, truthfulness, justness, humility and inner strength of which man is capable and which the Prophet as al-insan al-kamil (the Perfect man) possessed in the utmost degree. Love for the Prophet means to acknowledge, cherish and glorify all the potential of goodness and greatness that God has created within Man.

    It also means love of humanity, not just in regard to its potential for perfection but also despite its general inability to realize that potential and despite all kind of imperfections and weaknesses from which it suffers. For the Prophet is not only the Perfect Man but also the Representative Man who on the day of judgment will represent mankind and plead on their behalf for their imperfections and weaknesses before the throne of God.

    Thus love of the Prophet, on the one hand puts us on the road to perfection by making us cherish it dearly and on the other hand it helps us accept our imperfect humanity and in this way to live in peace with ourselves as repentant servants of God hopeful of His mercy. This is why love for the Prophet is a condition of iman, for what is iman if it is not to acknowledge and repent for one's imperfections and weaknesses and to cherish and strive for - even as an unachievable ideal - the perfection of which man is potentially capable?

    There are two closely interconnected sides of iman. One is divine and consists of recognizing God and being at peace with Him. The other is recognizing one's own self and being at peace with oneself. The two sides are like two sides of a coin, none of which can exist without the other. This is shown by numerous verses in the Qur'an and ahadith of the Prophet. For example, the Prophet is reported to have said that he who recognized his own self recognized his Lord. Approaching the same principle from the other direction, the Qur'an says:

    "that those who forget God are made to forget their own selves" (59:19).

    The word Islam means being at peace with God and this is linked in the Qur'an with being a self at peace with itself.

    The love of the Prophet represents the human side of faith. as man the Prophet represents a believers own true self. His love for the Prophet means that he has recognized his own true self and is at peace with himself which in turn means that he has recognized his Lord and made peace with Him by surrendering to Him.

    Wednesday, May 27, 2009

    An open message to all Muslim and Non-muslim

    Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

    To all Muslim and Non-Muslim
    Islam means Peace. All the Muslims always want peace. We don't want any war. Those who kill innocent people in the name of Allah and Islaam they are not real Muslim. They just use the title Muslim. Islam condemns terrorism in all forms especially attacks on innocent women and children. So please don't compare Islam with those terrorists. If you can then compare with our Rasul (PBUH). Read the Quran and understand the meaning its meaning. If you really want know abut Islaam then just read the Quran. Allah told that Quran is for all the Human being. So we want peace. We believe in one God Allah and we LOVE HIM a lot.

    This is Islam
    Islam means “submission to God”. Islam is the belief that there is only One God, whose proper name is Allah, which means “ the God”. Islam is the same message given to all the prophets, from Adam, Noah, Moses, Abraham, Jesus, and finally to the Prophet Muhammad, the last messenger (peace and blessings be upon them). They all brought the same message: worship only God, and stop worshiping human beings and their ideas.

    Become a Muslim Now

    If you believe there is only One God who should be worshipped, and no one/nothing else has that right but Him, and you believe Muahmmad, peace be upon him, was a messenger who brought the same message as all the prophets before him, then you are basically a Muslim.

    Do Not Hesitate

    If someone receives the message of Islam and dies rejecting it, they are forever destined to Hellfire. Anyone who truly believes in the message of Islam, their previous sins are forgiven and they will spend eternity in Paradise . If you have belief, act on it. Do not worry about what anyone else thinks. Your eternal life is at stake.

    To become a Muslim, simply declare the following:
    I testify there is nothing worthy of worship except Allah, and I testify Muhammad is His slave and messenger.

    Follow this link for more information
    How to Convert to islam?

    I am gratitude to one of my friends of facebook for this writings.

    Monday, May 25, 2009

    Reality of Love

    There once lived in Basrah a prolific and profoundly spiritual worshipper whose fear of the Hereafter caused him to become physically weak, and whose constant crying made him skinny and sick. When he was on his death bed, his family gathered around him and they all began to cry.

    'Help me sit up,' he said. He addressed his father first: 'O my father, what is making you cry?'

    'My son,' began his father, 'I remembered that I will lose you and I will be alone after you die.'
    The worshipper then turned his gaze towards his mother and said, 'O my mother, what is making you cry?'

    'I am crying because I will soon have to taste the bitterness of losing you,' she said.

    He then turned to his sister and asked, 'What is making you cry?'

    'Because I will soon lose out on your kindness and will consequently have to depend on others for help,' she said.

    Finally he looked at his children and asked, 'What is making you cry?'

    'The prospect of a hard and humiliating life of being orphans after you die,' they said. Now it was his turn to cry. 'And what is making you cry?' everyone asked.

    'I am crying because I saw that each one of you cried for his or her own self and not for me,' he said. 'Is there none among you who cried for the long, hard journey I am about to embark upon, and the few supplies (i.e.good deeds) that I have for it? Is there none among you who cries because I will be lying down in dirt? Is there none among you who cries because I will be held accountable (and might have to endure punishment)? Is there none among you who cries because of when I will stand before the Lord of all that exists (for judgment)?'

    He then rolled over onto his face; when they tried to move him, they realized he had just died...

    Al-Mawaiz Wal Majalis page 111

    From the book: Stories of Repentance


    Sunday, May 24, 2009

    Definition of Love

    There are 4 types of love in islam:

    1) Divine Love - which is specifically for Allaah alone. And none should be loved divinely more than Allaah.

    2) Love for the sake of Allaah, which is love for the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), the companions and the righteous etc.


    a) Love of the permissible: wives/husband, children, parents etc.

    b) Love of food, water, clothing etc.

    4) Love of any other deity besides Allaah, such as something which contradicts what Allah has ordered us to do etc. which isn't permitted.

    1) The person has to have divine love for Allaah only, which is compulsory in islaam. It isn't permitted that a person's love for anything else goes against the commandments of Allaah.

    2) We also have to love the Messenger of Allaah (peace be upon him) more than we love ourselves - this is needed in order to perfect faith. [check tafsir ibn kathir Qur'an 9:24]

    3) The 3rd love is a permissible love but it can either lead to sin [if the person disobeys Allah in order to please the creation] or it can lead to reward if the believer has the intention of pleasing Allah.

    4) The 4th love is what stops a disbeliever from coming closer to Allah, it may be something else worshipped instead of Allah, such as an idol, a person, the persons desires etc. We should seek refuge in Allah from this.

    Most people who fall into haraam love usually don't understand islaam properly. They might start off with desire, and gradually be played into falling in love with the person. However, one has to realize that no love is real, no love is really lasting - unless it is done for the sake of Allah. This is why love which is done while disobeying Allah is usually broken, ends up in hurt, and both people usually end up as enemies, or go down other evil after this, unless Allah saves them and blesses them in hidaayah (guidance.)


    Saturday, May 23, 2009

    Pearls of Wisdom:Part 1

    Really the word of the Elders enlightens our heart and make inspired us to do something good.ALLAH also know this and this is why he collected so many sayings of other prophet and thus made our Prophet's (Peach Be Upon Him) heart strong.Here i collected some sayings of our respected elders.I think these pearls will help us to be more good,lawful and obedient to ALLAH.The pearls are given in below:

    1.When the inward is good the outward is also inevitably so, for the outward always follows the inward, whether for good or evil. [Imam al Haddad]

    2. Know that the hearing and sight are two open doors; whatever enters through them reaches the heart. [Imam al Haddad]

    3. The sincere person is the one who hides his good deeds just like he hides his evil deeds. [Yaqub al Ma'foof]

    4. Do not rely on vain hopes, because vain hopes are the assets of idiots and fools. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    5. If you cannot be of benefit to the people, then do not harm them; if you cannot make them happy, then do not make them sorrowful; if you cannot praise them, then do not disparage them. [Yahya ibn Mu'adh]

    6. Wisdom is the name of the trait of remembering experiences and making use of them. The best experience is the one that gives the best warning and advice. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    7. Take advantage of the opportunities before they turn their backs upon you; the worst form of folly is to waste the opportunities of this life and to lose salvation. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    8. Treat with consideration and kindness those over whom you have power and authority. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    9. Keep a complete control over your temper and anger, because I have never found anything more beneficial at the end and more productive of good results than such control. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    10. Be mild, pleasant, and lenient with him who is harsh, gross, and strict with you; gradually he will turn to your way of behavior. [Ali radi Allah anhu]


    Thursday, May 21, 2009

    Three things in Life

    Three things in life once gone never come back........
    2. opportunity.

    Three things in life are never sure ...

    Three things in life that make you a great person..
    3. sucess

    Three things in life are most valuable..
    2. self respect
    3. friends .

    Three things in life must not be lost....
    2. hope
    3. honesty.


    Tuesday, May 19, 2009

    World wide Markaj list of tablighi jamaat

    Markaj is an arabic word.It means center.In tablghi jamaat markaj means where people engaged with this tablighi movement gathered together to get the hedayat(how to do this work) from the elders.When people want to go in the path of ALLAH then they gather in their local markaj and the elders of the markaj make them acquired together(jamaat bondi)and make their destination where to go to give dawah.Moreover in markaj one day of each week people gathered together to listen the speech of the elders.The elders also make their valuable speech(bayan) to the listeners about quran,sunnah and about islam,Jannat,jahannam.Here i collect the list of markaj of world wide countries.It is update.I think some address may be changed.If any one know this please make the correction via comment.Jajakallah.
    The list is given below.

    Kaleem Razal, Al-Musaffah, Abu Dhabi. 971-2-721-..

    Haji Md Meer, Sarai Nelam Farrush, Shahbazar, Kabul. 155-23798

    Markaz, Bait-un-Nur, 17, 11th Avenue Mayfair, Johannesburg. 011-8392633
    Kirk St Masjid, 12 Kirk St, 2001 Johannesburg. (G. M. Padia) 27-31-923-841, faks 27-11-852-4011

    Dr Abdul Latif Saleh, Tirana. +355-42-25440/25438
    Seshi Avni Rustemi, Tirana. +355-42-23038
    Dr Skender Durresi, Tirana. +355-42-32710

    Masjid An-Najah, Al-Mohammedia, Algeria. (Belqasim Merad 213-2-750)

    Dearborn Mosque, 9945 West Vernor Highway, Dearborn, Detroit. +1-313-8429000
    Markaz New York, 425, Montauk Avenue, Apt. 1, Brooklyn, New York.Markaz, Masjid Falah, 42-12, National St., Corona, New York. (Loqman Abdul Aleem) +1-718-4767968
    Abdur Raqeeb, 130, 69th St., Guttenberg, NJ 07093. +1-201-86.. , +1-718-8587168 (faks - Faqir)
    Markaz, 820 Java Street, Los Angeles. (dekat Arbor Vitae St.) +1-310-4199177 (Dr Abd Rauf)Farouq Toorawa, Los Angeles. +1-310-6755456
    Masjid Al-Noor (Markaz), 1751 Mission Street, San Francisco. +1-415-5528831Vallejo Mosque, 727 Sonoma Boulevard, Vallejo, California. +1-707-6452024
    Naser Sayedi, 1777 East West Road, P.O.B. 1703, Honolulu. +1-808-735..L/Cpl Chaudary, Hawaii. +1-808-2575721Islamic Centre, 1935, North Eo Place, Manoa, Honolulu.

    Comunidade Islamica em Angola, Caika Posta 2630, Luano.

    Abdul Ghaffar Noor Wali, Jeddah. 966-2-6371607
    Ghassan 6823041
    Dr Ahmad Ali, P.O. Box 22310, Riyadh 11495. 966-1-6023679

    Ahmad Abboud, Centro Islamico, Av. San Juan 3049/53, Buenos Aires. 54-1-973577

    Markaz, 90 Cramer Street, Preston 3074, Melbourne.Sheikh Mo'taz El-Leissy, Melbourne. 61-3-94784515
    Markaz, 765 Wangee Road, Lakemba, Sydney. 61-2-97593898
    S. Hamid Latif, Lakemba Mosque, 63/65 Wangee Road, Lakemba 2195, Sydney. 61-2-759-3899, 61-3-470-2424
    Markaz, 427 William Street, Perth.Abdul Wahab, Perth. 61-9-4596826

    A. Khaleque Qureshi, Masjid Belal, Diefenbachgasse 12/12, 1150 Wien. 43-1-9387615, 43-1-7366125

    EW S. Uzair M. Ali, Orzhenigidzebskoy, Noboy Gumarbel M3/2F (?)

    Jamaat ul Islam, P.O. Box 10711, Nassau.

    A Aziz Baluch, P.O. Box 335, Manama. 953-256-707

    Kakrail Masjid, P.O. Ramna, Dhaka. 88-02-239-457

    Maulana Yusuf Piprawala, Kensington New Road, Bridgetown. 1-809-426-8767

    +257 75752714
    +257 79910035
    +257 77716195

    Moskee Arrahman (Markaz), Van Ostade str. 393-395, 1074 Amsterdam. (Tram no. 4 dari stesen keretapi) (Al-Kabiri) 31-20-764073

    Masjid Noor, Rue Massaux 6, Gemeente Schaarbeek, 1030 Brussels. (Mostafa Nooni) 32-2-219-7847
    Masjid Van Slambrouck, Fortuin St. 6, B8400 Oostende.

    Md Riaz, 3132 Kraal Road, Belize City.

    Md Mosque, Basset Bldg Court, St. Ram, Hamilton.

    Omar Osman, P.O. Box 382 (?), Biera. 23260

    Biab Khalil, P.O. Box 216, La Paz. BX 5418 (teleks)

    A Aziz Alinani, Imam, Centro Islamica, Ax W-5 Norte, Brazil. 55-11-278-6789

    Markazi Mosque, South Street, Saville Town, Dewsbury. (Hafez M Patel) 44-924-460760, 44-924-46685? (faks)
    East London Markazi Masjid, 9-11 Christian St, Off Commercial Road, London E1. (Zulfiqar) 44-71-4811294

    Hj Jamili Hj Abbas, 647 Kg Lumapas. 673-8-810480, 673-2-337488. jamil@brunet.bn
    Hj Mahadi, Bandar Sri Begawan. 332148

    Mufti Basri Osman, Plovdiv. 359-2-233-109

    Masjid-e-Noor, Share Namer, N O'Jamina. (Adam Yusuf Amin)

    Dudaeb Shakmarze, Ul. Khakalskaya 90/2/42, Grozni.

    Taufiq Rumie, Edwardo Castillo Valesco 1160, Nunoa, Santiago. 56-2-496-081, 56-2-294-182

    Hilal D. C. Guangyun, V. C., Stand Comm, East Dist. Peoples Congress, ..

    Habibullah, Sk Mohuddin, village Gubdan, Lewanshowski.

    Shehzad Ahmad, Makki Masjid, Brikegade 4 KLD, N Kobenhavn (Copenhagen). 45-43-(35)-361-513
    Centre Mosque, Morbaerhaven Block 18 c/4, 2060 Albertslund. 02-454368

    Shaikh Hamdan, Masjid al Kasis, Al Kasis No. 3, dekat Umm Kulsum Che..

    Masjid, 7 Harringto Street, Dublin.
    Dublin Islamic Centre, 163, South Circular Road, Dublin 8.
    Md Shigara, 21, Wolseley Street, Dublin 3. 353-1-540-027

    M. M. Kechia, Abu Bakr Masjid, Kwas Maida, Addis Ababa. 251-1-130-208, 135-823 (Ibrahim Sufra)

    Abu Bakar Sulil, Masjid Odiveas, Rua Thomas de Anunciacao 30 R/C Esq, Odiveas 2675, Lisboa.

    Noor Ali, Raki Raki Jama Masjid, P.O Box 15, Raki Raki, Fiji. 679-24440, 679-94002


    globo de oro golden mosqe quiapo metro manila philippines.

    markaj abubakar m.s.u. marawi city mindanao philippines

    Omar Nizamuddin, Puutarhankatu 18A, Helsinki. 358-21-513-572
    Masjid, Fredrinkatu 33B, 00120 Helsinki 12. 358-0-643-579, 358-0-149-6395
    Masjid, Abrahaminkatu

    Abdul Wadood, Arabic Madrassa, Serekunda.

    T. Osang, P.O. Box 170A, Rock of Islam Mosque, Labadi, Accra. 233-21-663-443, 665-060

    Md Boye, P.O. Box 12294, Barry, Conakary.

    Abayu Bayo, Jamia Kabir, Bissau.

    Azim Khan, 35, Kraig Village, East Bank, Demerara. 592-(02)-62269 (Georgetown)

    Masjid Ammar, 40-01 Kwon Road, Wanch.. 5-892-0720 (Md Qadeem, Zafar 852-3-5-239-975)

    A. Hafez, Flat 9, 84 Linen Kurt, Budapest. 36-1-833-905, 36-1-276-0482 (Babikir)
    Dr Izzedin, Estergomiut 56/VII/26, 1138 Budapest.
    Ibrahim, Fortuna (hotel murah), Szolgaltaro GMk, 1073 BP, Akacf..

    Banglawali Masjid, 168 W. Nizamuddin, Basti Nizamuddin, New Delhi. 91-11-494-7137 (faks: Farooq), 617-142 (..)

    Masjid Jamek, 83 Jalan Hayam Waruk, Kebun Jeruk, Jakarta Barat. (Ahmad Zulfikar) 62-21-821-236, 639-5585, 682-378
    Masjid Istiqlal, Jalan Yos Sudarso, Dumai, Sumatra Barat.

    Al Amir A Roaf, Masjid e Tauhidi, Zahedan.

    Sk Kazim, Montaga Buhimania Al Karich, Share Mar'uf, Baghdad.

    El Amrani, 3231 Via Vanzetti No. 3, Cita di Sudi (Cascino Rosa), Milano. 39-10-952-20?, 39-6-802-258
    Masjid, Via Bertoloni 22/24, Roma
    Masjid,Via Berthollet 24, Torino
    Masjid, Via de Groce 3 (Tingkat 4), Trieste

    Masjid Cesemate Sq., Main Street, Gibraltar. 350-73058

    Naeem A. Muta'ali, Muslim Community, 54 Wildman Street, Kingston. 1-809-9283516 (Akbar), 9286789 (Naeem)
    Islamic Center of Jamaica, 134 1/2 King Street, Kingston.

    Markaz Islaho Tarbiyat (Ichnowari), 1-1-6 Bingonishi, Kasukabe-Shi, Saitama-Ken, Tokyo 334.Ibrahim Ken Okubo, Room 105, Bingo Higashi 1-22-20, Kasukabe Shi, Saitama Ken, Tokyo 344. 0487-36-2767 (tel) 04-8738-0699 (faks)Syed Sohel 04-8736-2767
    Masjid Darus Salam, 772, Oaza Sakai, Sakai Machi, Sawa-gun, Gunma Ken.Hafiz Afzal 030-146-1419
    Masjid Shin Anjo (Nagoya), Bangunan Kamimoto, Tingkat Satu, 1-11-15, Imaike-cho, Anji-Shi, Aichi Ken. Najimuddin 030-56-32101Nufail 030-56-50432, 056-698-9408
    Masjid Takwa (Chiba), Sanbu-Machi, Sanbu-Gun, Ametsubo 65-12, Chiba Ken (dekat stesen JR Hyuga).Lokman 043-444-5464, 030-067-9223Shamin 010-404-4748
    Makki Mosque (Narimasu, Tokyo), stesen Narimasu (Tobu line).Asraf 010-609-2479
    Markaz Hon-Atsugi (Kanagawa). 0462-27-5936
    Islamic Center, 1-16-11 Ohara Setagayu ku, Tokyo 156. 03-7870916, 4606169
    Islamic Center, C Hoko Mansion 4-33-10 Kitazawa, Setagaya ku, Tokyo 156.
    Nerima K. K. Mati, 1-30-17 Kopsaki 205, Tokyo. 81-3-450-6820, 81-3-553-7665 (Ismail), faks 81-3-458-3967
    A. Aziz Mecavale, 175 Kumitashi Cho, Tokyo. (d/a Akarim Seth)

    Md. Nawaz, Masjid, Muenchener str. 21, Frankfurt. (06175)1673, (0221)550..
    Md. Nawaz, Berliner str. 31, 6374 Steinbach. (06171) 75360
    Barbaros Gamii (masjid), Kyffhavser str. 26 (dekat Barbarossa Platz), 5 Koeln 1 (Cologne). (Husseinbeg Firat 467477, Zia) 0211-213870
    Masjid, Lindower str. 18-19, 1000 Berlin 65. (030) 4617026
    Masjid, Landwehr str. 25, Muenchen (Munich). (dekat stesen keretapi)
    Masjid, Steindamm, Hamburg. (dekat stesen keretapi)
    Masjid, Haupsletter str. 715, Stuttgart. 0711-6406775

    Salem Ahmad, Deeday Masjid, P.O. Box 730, Djibouti. 253-762-189, 5818 FIANEA (teleks)

    Md Mustafa Al Wafai, Masjid Madeenat al Hujjaj, Mukhayam Het.. 962-6-774-257

    Osmany c/o Alhaj Md, P.O. Box 19, Marwah.237-291-5..

    Medina Masjid, 1015 Danforth Ave., Toronto. (Ismail Patel / Anjum Mohammad)1-416-465-7833.

    Baba Khanov, Muslim Religious Board of Central Asia, Alma Ata.

    A. Shakoor, Londi Mosque, sebelah balai polis Kamakunsi, Nairobi. 254-2-764-224, 254-2-340-965

    Ahmet Cetkin, Harika Camii, Palamud Sok No. 11, Asa Marao.

    Imam Qamaruddin, Masjid Annur, GPO Box 10896, Seoul. 82-2-556-...

    Mostafa Md Imam, Centro Islamico, Dasamprados Casa 7-16, San Jose. 506-272-878

    A Rashid Haroon, Subhan Markaz, Al Mantiga Sinaere, Kuwait.

    Maulana Qamaruddin Noori, Masjid India, P.O Box 617, Vientianne. 3776..

    S M Azmat Subzwari, Randall Street Mosque, Monrovia. 231-225-0..

    Mustafa Kuraitty, Jame al Badri, Bab bib Ghasher, Tripoli. 218-61-72138..

    A Hasib Sar Hal, Imam Ali ut Tariq Jadidah, dekat Madrasah Farooq, Beirut.

    Islamic Centre, Route Darlon 2, Mamar. (S. B. Khan Afridi) 352-311-695..

    Yakub Patel, P.O.Box 101, Tamatave. 261-5-33202

    Alhaj Ali, Masjid en Noor, Hayya Araha 61, Darul Baida, Casablanca. 212-366-483..

    Ebrahim Makda, Juma Masjid, Kamuza Proc. Road, Lilongwe. 265-720216

    Masjid Jamek Sri Petaling, Bandar Baru Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur. 60-3-9580515. 60-3-7595063 (Madrasah Miftahul Ulum). 60-3-7586134 (faks: Hj Khalid)
    Abdul Wahid, Kota Kinabalu. 088-232994 ®, 088-225081 (o).

    Ibrahim Hassan, G. Aabin, Male Island.

    Ismail, Markaz Haidara, P.O. Box 1551, Bamako. 223-22-22..

    Md El Sadi, Islamic Centre, Corradino Road, P.O. Box 11, Paola, Malta. 356-772-163..

    Daud Ahmad, Masjid Shurfa, P.O. Box 14, Nouakchott.

    Masjid Nur, Gora Issac St., Port Louis. 230-2424904
    Mir AM Soorma, Shaukat Islam Mosque, P.O.Box 328, Port Louis. 230-26..

    Mir Y Ali, Norte 40A, No. 3612A, Col 7 de Noviembre, Mexico DF.. 537-1138

    Masjid Anas bin Malik, Madinatul Muhaddithin, Share Iraqu Giza, Cairo. 20-2-702-804, 20-2-348-6185

    Md Rafiq Ahmad, Av Dazambia 305, I C Flat 4, Maputo. 258-2378..

    B. A. Ground Mosque, dekat stesen keretapi Rangoon. 95-1-74436, 3100 (Bhay)

    Abdul Samad Bhikoo, Auckland Mosque, 17 Vermont Street, Ponsonby, Auckland. 64-9-3764437
    Masjid AnNur, Christchurch. 64-3-3483930
    Ishan Othman, Dunedin. 64-3-4767121

    Yahya Sa'ati, Sooq al Kabir, dekat Mohatta Sayarat, Niamey.

    Hamza Oshodi, Central Mosque, 37 Church Road, Saban Gari, Kano. 47-2-9883..

    K. M. Riaz, Bilal Masjid, Tordenskjolds Gt. 86, 3044 Drammen. 47-2-9883-..
    Islamic Centre, Nosdahlbruns Gt. 22, Oslo 1.

    Masud Harthi, Jame Khalid ibni Walid, Assib, Muscat. 92-21-415..

    AlHaj A. Wahab, Madrassa Arabia, Raiwind, Lahore. 92-21-415.., 92-21-216..(faks)
    Makki Masjid, Garden Road, Karachi.

    A F Bhikoo, Jama Masjid, 3rd Street & Mexico Avenue, Panama City. 517-256-44..

    Md Amin (Jallo), Masjid Ahlesunnah, P.O. Box 110, Danane. -(225)-635-320 (Boike town)

    Sh. Yunus Tlili, Masjid Rahman, Ave. Paul Vaillent Couturier 52, 93200 St Denis. 33-1-,
    Markaz Marseille, Rue Malaval 24, 13002 Marseille. 91908047

    Naguib Atala, Casilla 3134, Lima. 51-14-294-620

    Yakub, ul. Piastowska 77, Bialistok.
    Masjid, ul. Abrama 17A, Gdansk.
    Boguslaw Zagorski, ul. Rozlogi 6 Apt. 51, Warszawa (Warsaw).

    Arab Cultural Club, Km 5, KMO 65th Inf Ave, Rio Piepras, PR0092.

    Abdullah Ahmad, Masjid Mantaya Sanaiya, P.O.Box 40621, Doha.

    Yusuf Lockati, Masjid Nurul Islam, 97400 St Denis. 262-200..

    Masjid, Ovidiu Square, Constanta.

    Masjid, Prospect Mira (dekat Olympic Station), Moscow. 281-4904
    Sayyid Akhtar, Moscow. sar_bob@hotmail.com

    +250 788473100
    +250 788566781
    Sk Ahmad, Masjid Al Noor, P.O. Box 1955, Colobane, Dakar. 221-223-262

    Hassan Taravaly, 4 Rush Street, Circular Road, Freetown.

    Masjid Angulia, Serangoon Road. 02-2971624
    Hj Jufri, Block 210 #07-91, Tapines Street 23. 02-7832358
    Hj Hassan 02-4442312
    Najmuddin 02-2914742
    Abdul Karim 02-4439294

    S Sheraff, Masjid e Dawat, Magaiscia. 252-1-81963

    Musa Taha, Mezquita Ataqua, Calle Correo Viejo - 4, Albaicine, Granada. 34-58-255-611

    Markez Islamic Centre
    150, Lukmanjee Square, Grandpass Road
    Colombo 14, SRI LANKA.
    Telephone: 0094-11-2325910
    Tel/Fax: 0094-11-2434535
    Dr D H Khalili, Masjid Hamddab, Ash Shaharah, Khartoum. 249-11-222428

    Mufti B Piprawala, Masjid Taedul Islam, Mutton Shop 10B, Paramaribo. 597-81394

    Md Hassan, P.O. Box 201, Maikerns. 83327

    Markaz, Tarsgatan 91, Stockholm. 46-8-334-490 (A Raof), 46-8-750-8511 (S Zaidi)
    Dr M Piar Ali, Tarsgatan 45B, Stockholm
    Tonsbergsgatan 4, 3TR, 16434 Kista. 46-8-719-3215 (P Ali)
    Masjid, Gamlagatan, Uppsala. 46-18-21998281

    Hussain Osmani, Muslim Association, 2-A Linderain str Post F 1650, 30012 Berne. 41-31-228-396, 556-321
    Masjid, Chemin Colladon 34, Petit Saconnex, Geneva. (Tram no. 12) 7987311
    Islamic Center, Narstr. 19, Zurich.
    Masjid, Tingkat 3, Ausstellungstr. 21, Zurich.

    A M M Hosni, Razaqul-Jin-Sary, Zaid b Sabit, Merchant Modaiya, Damascus.

    Ali Bhai Patel, Al Futiaim Motors, P.O. Box 5819. 971-6-548-629

    A Rahim Mostafa, Masjid Shah Mansoor, ul. Wasfe, Dushanbe.

    Chinese Muslim Association, 62 H'sin Shen South Rd, Sec 2, Taipeh. 886-2-522-4473
    Nurrdin Hsueh Wen Ching, P.O. Box 1430, Kaohsiung. 886-7-7498749, 886-7-5215771

    Sayed Mohsin, Medina Masjid, P.O. Box 5050, Dar es Salam. 255-61-26455

    Hanif A. Shakur, Masjid Aslam, Bangkaoli, Bangkok. 662-235-3956..
    Markaz, Minburi. (30 km dari pusat Bangkok)
    Markaz, Yala.

    Imam Ratib, Sk Al Hassan, Grand Mosque, Zongo, Lome.

    1. Raziff Ghany, Monroe Road Masjid, Monroe Road, Cunupia. 809-650-1985
    2. Masjid Rahma, (Recently updated at 2010/09/29 after getting a message)
    Bejucal Road,
    Tel/ Fax : (868)-693-0667


    Mestaoui Habib, 28 Rue Ibn Khaldoun, Ben Arous, Tunis. 216-1-380-843

    Umar Vanlioglu, Mescidi Salam, Sultan Ciftligi, Habibler Koyu, Istanbul. 90-1-3854053, 90-1-5951773, 90-1-5054619 (faks: C. Korkut)

    Uraz Murod, Uraz Md, Haji Noor, Masjid, Ashkabad.

    Omar Mazinga, Masjid Nur, William St., P.O. Box 2046, Kampala. 256-41-246-63..

    Murad, Madrassa Mir e Arab, Bukhara. 42170
    Imam Mustafa Khul, Samarkand, 353268
    Ziauddin, Idara Diniyat, Tashkent. 351307

    Farooq A Rahman, Islamic Center, Calle-9, Urb La Paz, El Paraiso, Caracaz. 58-2-498322?

    M. Zakaria, Mutawalli Mosque, 66 Tnilap Thanh, Saigon.
    Masjid Annur, 12 Hang Luoc street, Hang Ma ward, Hoan Kian precinct, Hanoi.
    Ustaz Muhsin, Madrasah Arabiah, 25A Lang Ha street, Hanoi.

    Hamood Faki, Masjid As-Sawad, Al Habbah Annagal St, Al Harabi, Sana'a. 967-2-227-246

    Jusufspabic Md., Jevremova 11, 11000 Belgrade. 38-11-642-043, 622-654

    Greece Markazi Masjid Rassos, 9 Galaxia Strape (dekat Kosmos), 117/45 Athens.
    Munir Mahmud, G. Papandreau 87, Goudi, Athens. 30-1-775-8155, 30-531-24863 (Hussein Mostafa)

    A. M. Patel, 39 Mama Yemo, P.O. Box 155, Likasi. 243-12-28272

    Ahmad Nomani, P.O. Box 510191, Chipata. 260-62-21161
    Ahmad Karodia, Md Ravat, P.O. Box 30324, Lusaka. 260-1-212-023

    Y. Hussain, Ridgeview Masjid, Boeing Road, Ridgeview. 263-4-292..



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