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  1. Asalaama Alaykum W.W maasha allaah walaal, thnk you for sharing . Also I would like to share with you this Article... jermaine jackson Become Muslim -Allaahu Akbar may allaah protect Us aameen.
  2. Asalaama Alaykum W.w my dear brothers and sister's in islam i would like to share you this article, if you found some erors feel free to pm me thnks.. To have love for someone for the sake of Allah's pleasure is also a grand act for which much merit and many rewards have been promised. "To love for the sake of Allah" means loving someone, not for worldly gain, but because he is more religious and pious or he is very learned in din or is busy in serving the cause of din or because loving him or her is commanded by Allah, e.g. one's parents. Such a love has been called "love for Allah" in ahadith. One hadith says, " Allah shall ask on the Day of Judgement, ' Where are those who loved for the sake of my Greatness? Today when there is no shade save Mine, I shall have them in My Shade.'" (Sahih Muslim: Kitab al Birr wa al Silah) Another tells us that "On the Day of Judgement, those who had mutual love for the sake of Allah's Greatness shall be on pulpits of light and all shall envy them." (Jami' Tirmidhi, Kitab al Zuhd) Abu Idris Khulani, one of the most famous tabi'in says that once he visited Ma'adh ibn Jabal in the mosque of Damascus and told him that "By Allah I love you for the sake of Allah." He repeatedly asked me to swear if it was so and when I answered in affirmative every time, he pulled me by my shawl and said, "Hear the good news! I have heard the exalted and blessed Messenger of Allah saying that "My love shall certainly be for those who love each other for my sake, who sit in each other's company for my sake, who go to meet each other for my sake and spend money on each other for my sake." ) Muvatta Imam Malik, Kitab-al-Shi'r) Having love for Allah's pious and good bondsmen is actually an outcome of one's love for Allah, so it earns the same rewards and merits as the latter; because of this love. Allah includes this lover in His beloved people. According to a hadith, someone asked our blessed and exalted Prophet, "When shall come the Day of Judgement?" Our Prophet asked him "What preparation have you made for the Day?" The man said, "Nothing, but I have love for Allah and for His Messenger." The Prophet said, "You shall be (on that Day) with whom you love." The above hadith has been quoted by Anas. He says that these words of the Holy Prophet so pleased us as nothing had ever done. He further said, "I have great love for the Holy Prophet - may he be eternally blessed - and with Abu Bakr and Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, and because of this love, I shall be in their company, even though my deeds are not equal to theirs." (Sahh Bukhari, kitab- al-Adab, chapter Alamah al Hubb fi Allah). There are many ahadith of the same import showing that having love for someone for the sake of Allah is an act of great merit, which grants one the opportunity of doing good in this world and being in exalted company in the Hereafter. Hence, one should love good people for the sake of Allah and with the intent of becoming good oneself and earning Allah's pleasure, as a poet once said, " I love good people and although I am not one of them, may Allah grant me goodness too." Hadith tells us that when someone loves his brother in faith, he must tell him of his love (Abu Daud; Kitab-al-Adab; Tirmidhi; Kitab- al-Zuhd). A man was sitting with our Holy Prophet when another one passed. The sitting one said, "O Messenger of Allah! I love this man." The Prophet said, "Have you told him?" The man said, "No." The Prophet said, "Tell him!" The man rose to his feet and went to the man who was passing by and said, "I love you for the same of Allah." He said, "May Allah whom you love, love you in return!"
  3. walaki mithlik {Same to you} dear sis.
  4. Asalaama Alaykum W.W Brother's And sister's in S O L I'm here to share with you an Article talking about the quraan.. insha allaah .. I hope Y'll Enjoy It. -7- Reasons to Read the Quran (1) Intimate: It dares you to disprove it. How? It says that humans can not write a book like this even if they pooled all their resources together and got help also from the spirits. The Quran said this fourteen hundreds years ago and yet no one has been able to disprove it. Billions of books have been written - but not another one like the Quran. (2) Incorruptible: It is the only religious sacred writing which has been in circulation for such a long time and yet remains as pure as it was in the begining. The Quran was kept intact. Nothing was added to it; nothing was changed in it; and nothing was taken away from it ever since it was completely revealed 1400 years ago. (3) Unsurpassable: The Quran is God's final revelation to humankind. God revealed the Torah to Moses, the Pslams to David, the Gospel to Jesus, and finally the Quran to Muhammad. Peace be upon all of them. No other book will come from God to surpass his final revelation. (4) Indisputable: The Quran withstands the test of time and scrutiny. No one can dispute the truth of this book. It speaks about past history and turns out right. It speaks about the future in prophecies and it turns out right. IT mentions details of physical phenomena which were not known to people at the time; yet later scientific discoveries confirm that the Quran was right all along. Every other book needs to be revised to accord with modern knowledge. The Quran alone is never contracdicted by a modern discovery. (5) Your Roadmap for Life and Afterlife: The Quran is the best guidebook on how to structure your life. No other book presents such a comprehensive system involving all aspects of human life and endeavour. The Quran also points out the way to secure everlasting happiness in the afterlife. It is your roadmap showing how to get to paradise. (6) God's Gift of Guidance: God has not left you alone. You were made for a reason. God tells you why he made you, what he demands from you, and what he has in store for you. If you operate a machine contrary to it's manufacture specification you will ruin that machine. What about you? Do you have an owner's manual for you? The Quran is from your funtion for success lest you fail to function. It is a healing mercy from God. It satisfies the soul, and cleans the heart. It removes doubts and brings peace. (7) Your Calling Card to Communicate with God: Humans are social creatures. We love to communicate with other intelligent life. The Quran tells us how to communicate with the source of all intelligence and the source of all life- the One God. The Quran tells us who God is, by what name we should address God, and the way in which to communicate with God. Are these not seven sufficient reasons for reading the Quran? Written by : Shabir Aly
  5. Asalaama Alaykum W.W Beauty Tips For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people. For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry. For beautiful hair, let a child run his fingers through it once a day. For poise, walk with the knowledge you’ll never walk alone... People, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed and redeemed and redeemed... Never throw out anybody. Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, you'll find one at the end of your arm. As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands. One for helping yourself, the other for helping others. Reported by Asiah Abdul Latif
  6. asalaama alaykum w.w you guys are missunderstood... most popular names in the what? somali or world? plzz check back the title.. he asked us the -- WORLD... not SOMALI.. if i'm not wrong Ayan & Deeqa are somali names. let's talk about World popular Names.. have fun wasalaama alaykum
  7. asalaama alaykum w.w Maasha Allaah .. Maasha ALlaah Bishaaro well siad sis.. this is a nice story.. much love it.. jazaki allaah khair
  8. asalaama alaykum w.w if i'm not wrong the question was .. MOST POPULAR NAME IN THE WORLD.. :rolleyes: I would say like other bro's and sis's said. Male: MOHHAMAD, & ADAM. Female: HAWA (eve) & MARYAMA (maria).
  9. asalaama alaykum w.w tnks jamaal sheekoyin xul ah baad nala wadaagtay , koleey sadexdoodaba kalama yareystaan inkastoon dhihi lahaa Warfaa baa u si daran, But some words are dificult to me Like:- jaciirtay yaan dib dhugtay. suxud daaxud laygu arag. Markuu haagay banay somali kakan waaye runtii, Markale mahadsanid walaal..
  10. اسلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته maasha allaah sis ladeafha .. I liked the lyrics ,, but i can't complete couse of the music, if you have nasheed whithout music i'll apreciate you..
  11. Asalaaama Alaykum w.w Jazaaki allaah khair walal for sharing with us..
  12. Asalaama alaykum w.w.. Maasha ALaah MsWord Jazzaki allaah khair.. Allah is great. Oh yes, Allah is great! Look at what He has given us! The trees, flowers, oceans, animals, life, love... What else could you ask for? If we can't be happy with what He has given us, then what would we be happy with? WE DO NOT NEED THAT WHICH ALLAH HAS FORBIDDEN! But, alhumdulillah! Allah is Most Forgiving! If you make a mistake, ask for forgiveness. Don't keep making that mistake thinking, "I already did it. I might as well do it some more." It doesn't work that way! If you truly love Allah and yourself, you will try your best to stay away from that which might tempt you to do something bad or haram. Please, my brothers and sisters, think about what you're doing or might do, before you do it. The consequences are NOT worth it!!! Thank you..
  13. asalaama alaykum w.w I don't know if some one wrote it .. Al-Hasib The Reckoner
  14. asalaama alaykum w.w jazzaka allaah khair wardi this is a nice remender, personaly I always ask my self where you w;ll be after death? .. I ask my Allah to forgive all my sins, Aamiin.. Allah's Love It is beautiful when you know Allah will never forsake you Even if your heart will never realize You are loved by Him. You belong to Him His words are your iman His guidance is your hope You are a only wanderer in this life Which is why you need His help and guidance He pours out pleasures for you Even though you are not thankful Are you not afraid of the punishments of hell fire? That may befall those that disobey Always ask for His forgiveness Ask him for His guidance and love Surely, you will be happy Happy forever.
  15. Asalaama Alaykum W.w I would like to share with you at this poem.. ```What if Allah couldn't take the time to bless us today because we couldn't take the time to thank Him yesterday ? What if Allah decided to stop leading us tomorrow because we didn't follow Him today ? What if we never saw another flower bloom because we grumbled when Allah sent the Rain ? What if Allah didn't walk with us today because we failed to recognize it as His day? What if Allah took away the Quran tomorrow because we would not read it today ? What if Allah took away His message because we failed to listen to the messenger ? What if the door of the Mosque was closed because we didn't open the door of our heart ? What if Allah stopped loving and caring for us because we failed to love and care for others ? What if Allah would not hear us today because we would not listen to Him ? What if Allah answered our prayers the way we answer His calls ? What if Allah met our needs the way we give Him our lives ?
  16. Asalaama Alaykum W.w "Wallaahu aclamu bimaa tasifuun" Silent_Sistah ,,Sis I realy love you for the sake of my Almighty Allah, and the rest of my poeple, Allah doesn'n make the fingers equal .."aren't same size" neither somali, Fasabrun jamiil ukhti fillaah. the temper for setan , don't give your enamy this chance, forgive them/me/us , what'ver they/i/we did to you!,,, May Allah Guide us All Aamiin.. ~Friend How colourful we are Of different families Of different roots We are more than friends We are brothers We are a family A single brotherhood Ties of faith Binding us together Friend we are brothers Holding hands in unity Towards one destiny Inviting good Forbidding evil Investing in the Hereafter Upholding the Quran Realising the Sunnah Let us be brothers in Islam ------------------------------------- ~Forgive Me It's Such A Cold Night And It's So Dark Walking Down The Streets Of Memories I'm Here All Alone With No One By My Side It's Only Me Thinking Of You With Hands Full Of Sin o'Allah Here I Come o'Allah I'm Crying For Forgiveness Although I Have Betrayed You So Many Times In The Past o'Lord,It's So Fair For You To Punish Me In The Morning Light On A Sunny Day Crying Happy Tears Coz I'm Free I Need You To Guide Me Protect Me Don't Ever Leave Me Strenghten My Faith Lightup My Heart With The Light Of Iman o'Allah I Want To Thank You For Saving Me o'Allah Thank You For Giving Me Hope I Promise You I Won't Betray You Any More o'Lord I Hope You'd Always Guide Me And Lead Me To Happiness With The Ones You Love Together In Paradise I hope these poems w'll help you sis. your's Sister Fil Islaam
  17. asalaama alaykum w.w lol @ Deadly.. you make me lough.. 4rich 4poor 4smiles 4frowns 4kiilo 4nus'kiilo we may as well improvice to survive* I be your House'band, u be my Why'eve___ Lets live life like keep it up walaal
  18. Asalaama Alaykum W.W thank you Ameenah .. jazzaki allaah khair .. Public displays of affection between men and women are frowned upon. You may see some very westernised young muslim couples holding hands, but that is nothing wrong with inside the islamic society.
  19. Asalaama Alaykum W.W Maasha Allaah What a nice Topic. Thnk U Mizz-U .. The best of women of Paradise are: Khadija Bint Khowailid, Fatima Bint Muhammad, Asia Bint Muzahim (Pharaoh's wife) and Maryam Bint Imran.". Khadija Bint Khuweylitfirst wife of prophet Muhammad "PPUH", was fifteen years his senior, but considered a "model marriage relationship" and she was the first convert to Islam. She supported him when he came back from meditation on the hillside saying that he was a prophet of Allah. For twenty-five years Prophet~Muhammad was married to her alone. She died at the age of 65. They worked together as a team to spread Islam and Prophet~Muhammad was very loyal to Khadija, even after her death. Aisha bint Abu Bakr (613-678) was the daughter of Abu Bakr, and the third of Prophet~Muhammad's wives. She had a tremendous impact upon the development of Islam. Fatima. ~Mariama Bint Imran: She Said: "Verily I seek refuge with the Most Gracious (Allah) from you if you do fear Allah." Every time Zakariyya entered the Mihrab to (visit) her, he found her supplied with sustenance. He said: "O Maryam! from where have you got this?" She said "This is from Allah." Verily, Allah provides to whom He wills, without limit. [surah 3:37] ~Asia Bint Muzahim: "Oh Allah, grant me a house in heaven", she used to say The faithful woman martyred for the sake of her Creator, and in that, she became a great example of the believers' bravery. ~ ~Nusseyba bint Ka'b known as Ommou 'Imara, A woman warrior who protected the Prophet Muhammad in a battle. At the beginning of the battle, she was bringing water and tending the wounded, as the other women were doing. But as the battle began going badly for the Muslims, "Nasibah went forward, with her sword unsheathed and her bow in her hand, to join the small group who were standing firm with the Prophet (pbuh), acting as a human shield to protect him from the arrows of the mushrikin. Every time danger approached the Prophet (pbuh) she hastened to protect him. The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) noticed this, and later said, "Wherever I turned, to the left or the right, I saw her fighting for me." ~Zainab Al-Ghazali: is a woman of another kind. Like Aisha Abd al-Rahman, she is Egyptian and defends the rights of Muslim women in accordance with what she perceives to be the correct Islamic doctrine, and like her she is the daughter of an Azhar-educated father. But she has been an organizer of women and an Islamic activist, rather than an Islamic scholar. Early in her youth, she was an active member of the Egyptian Feminist Union, founded by Huda al-Sha`rawi in 1923. She resigned her membership in disagreement with the ideas and ideals of the women's liberation movement and, at the age of eighteen in 1936, she founded the Muslim Women's Association in order to organize women's activities according to Islamic norms and for Islamic purposes. ~Huda Khattab Moussa (Muhammad): of Round Rock, Texas she was the doughter of Imam A. M. Khattab imam emeritus of the Islamic Center of Greater Toledo, passed away on September 15, 2001 in Windsor, Ontario after a brief illness. He was 69. Author: of Islam Children's Books Title: Stories from the Muslim World And Much More...
  20. Aslaama Alaykum w.w With the exception of inheritance laws, which are clearly spelt out in the Quran and Hadith, the rest of the "crimes" that he mentions -- eating during Ramadan in public; khalwat; consumption of alcohol; unmarried couples holding hands -- are personal trangressions, meaning which while they are acknowledged as sinful, there is no prescribed punishment in the Quran. Allah knows the best.
  21. asalaama alaykum w.w jazakumu allaah khair all for the savety tips.
  22. Asalaama Alaykum w.w thta's all true sis jazki alah khair
  23. Asalama alaykum w.w since every one say this, say that.. I bleive the True Love Comes After Wedding.... - "Al-Xubu Bacdal Zawaaj" one of the ulama said that/