Friday, March 23, 2018

The story of a man who made a promise to tell the truth

THE_STROY_OF _A _MAN _WHO _MADE _A _PROMISE _TO _TELL _THE _TRUTH


Here is a story of a man who did a lot of bad things, but his promise to tell the truth saved him.

Telling the truth is a very good habit. If you always speak the truth, you can save yourself from a lot of trouble!

Once a man came to the prophet Muhammad (S) and said, "Oh prophet of Allah, I have many bad habits. Which one of them should I give up first?" The prophet said, "Give up telling lies first and always speak the truth." The man promised to do so and went home.

At night the man was about to go out to steal. Before setting out, he thought for a moment about the promise he made with the prophet. "If tomorrow the prophet asks me where have I been, what shall I say? Shall I say that I went out stealing? No, I cannot say that. But nor can I lie. If I tell the truth, everyone will start hating me and call me a thief. I would be punished for stealing."

So the man decided not to steal that night, and gave up this bad habit.

Next day, he felt like drinking wine, when he was about to do so, he said to himself, "What shall I say to the prophet if he asks me what did I do during the day? I cannot tell a lie, and if I speak the truth people will hate me, because a Muslim is not allowed to drink wine." And so he gave up the idea of drinking wine.

In this way, whenever the man thought of doing something bad, he remembered his promise to tell the truth at all times. One by one, he gave up all his bad habits and became a good Muslim and a very good person.

If you always speak the truth, you can be a good person, a good Muslim whom Allah likes and favors. If Allah - our Creator - is pleased with us, He will reward us with HEAVEN, which is a place of happiness and joy.

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Models of the mercy and kindness of the Islamic religion from Quran and Sunnah

Proofs_ from _Quran_ and _Sunnah _to _show _that _kindness_ and _Mercy_ is _a _vital _element _in _the _Islamic _religion


Away from being A Muslim person or not, all humans should show mercy to each other. Now , why we made this topic about kindness in the Islamic religion ? The answer is to show to those who question The Islamic religion leniency.

We all know the authentic Hadeeth in which the Prophet (PBUH) said, a prostitute woman entered Jannah, because She quenched the thirst of a dog.Yes!! do not wonder this is Islam and more encourage for mercy and punish Violence against the innocent. we all also know the story of the woman who locked a door on a cat, she did not feed it not release it, that's why she entered Hell

 Now lets share some of the Proofs and forms of Mercy and kindness from Quran And Sunnah

Allah said: Verily, Allah is kind and merciful to the people. Surah Al-Baqarah 2:143

Allah said: There has certainly come to you a Messenger from among yourselves. Grievous to him is what you suffer, for he is concerned over you and to the believers he is kind and merciful. Surah At-Tawbah 9:128

Allah said: Then We sent Our messengers in their footsteps and followed them with Jesus, the son of Mary, and gave him the Gospel. We placed in the hearts of those who followed him kindness and mercy. Surah Al-Hadeed 57:27

Allah said: Speak to to Pharaoh mildly that perhaps he may be reminded or fear Allah. Surah TaHa 20:44

And Allah said: Woe to those who pray, who are heedless of their prayer, who pray to be seen and withhold small acts of kindness. Surah Al-Ma’un 107:4-7

Aisha (r. a) reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:  Aisha, Allah is kind and He loves kindness in all matters. Sahih Bukhari: 6528, Grade: Muttafaqun Alayhi
Aisha (r. a) reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: O Aisha, Allah is gentle and He loves gentleness, and He rewards for gentleness what is not granted for harshness, and He does not reward anything else like it. Sahih Muslim: 2593, Grade: Sahih.

Aisha (r. a)  reported: I was upon a camel which was misbehaving so I began to strike it, then the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: You must be gentle. Verily, gentleness is not in anything except that it beautifies it, and it is not removed from anything except that it disgraces it.  Musnad Ahmad: 24417, Grade: Sahih
Aisha (r. a) reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: If Allah the Exalted intends goodness for a household, He lets gentleness come over them. Musnad Ahmad: 23906, Grade: Sahih.

Jareer (r. a) reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: He who is deprived of kindness is deprived of goodness. Sahih Muslim: 2592, Grade: Sahih.

Abu Ad-Darda (r. a) reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Whoever is given his portion of kindness has been given his portion of goodness, and whoever is deprived of his portion of kindness has been deprived of his portion of goodness. Sunan At-Tirmidhi: 2013, Grade: Sahih.

Abu Huraira (r. a)   reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: The believer is gracious, for there is no goodness in one who is neither kind nor friendly. Musnad Ahmad 8945, Grade: Sahih.

May Allah help us to improve in matter of kindness.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

The Man who met a righteous struggling woman on internet ( I noticed she was avoiding me )

The_ Man_who_met _a _righteous _struggling _woman _on _internet

The Main reason i posted this story is  to tell you that we still can use this social media in something which bring us closer to Allah. We can meet people, help people , aid someone, we have to admit there are many great and good things we can use this technology  through it.

It is not my story but it is a true story happen and i believe it will continue to happen. It is a true story which telling you my sisters you have to be strong in the face of struggle and in the face of difficulty knowing that Allah is always hiding something good for you.

it is a story to tell us men that we need to protect our sisters from our selves , we need to stay strong in the face of shitan , and always have a clear intention towards others and try to aid them not to use them.

I saw her. Mashaa'Allaah she was looking stunning not through her pictures but her profile

I saw her. Mashaa'Allaah she was looking stunning not through her pictures but her profile. Yeah, with curiosity I went through her profile. She was a Face - veiled woman [Niqaabi] 

After well checked, I sent her a friend request and sent her a message. I started my conversation with Salaam and asking her about her health, life and what does she doing. 

I noticed she was avoiding me. I insisted. She avoid me again but I was so persistent that I made her replied my salam.

To my Surprise, When I asked her if she will chat with me tomorrow.. She said “NO”
I had several questions in my mind but I asked her reason. She replied the same answer again which is: NO. THIS IS BAD and forbidden.

I sat quietly and began to think. 

Soubhan'Allaah, I am a stranger to her. She could have been led to me easily specially in this fitnah world with all these temptations but She, keep in mind her fear of [GOD- Taqwa], combat and struggle against Satan’s traps and protected herself. I apologized to her and cancel my friend request.
Then I supplicate to Allaah:

“All Praise be to YOU, O Allaah 

Just like this Muslim woman have protected herself from me and from Satan’s traps..Likewise Protect my woman whom you’ve made for me from all the men who approaches her with envious purposes until we meet.And Reward immensely the Muslim woman who struggled and said NO to me.”
Ameen”..

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Prophet Mohamed teach us how to gain the benefits of life and the hereafter


 Prophet _Mohamed _teach _us _how _to _gain _the _benefits _of _life _and _the _hereafter

Allah created us for only one reason and it is to worship Him. Allah subhanho wa taalla did not let us with out guidance, but he sent to us prophets to guide us not just that but also he sent us books to help us in this life to live according to these books and according to what His prophets showed us.

today we are going to share with an important advices also you can call it lessons. The Main purpose of it, is to guide us through this life in order to live a good life and in the end to reach Jannah In sha Allah.


Lessons by Holy Prophet (s.a.w) to gain the benefits of this world and the hereafter.
  • Refrain from sleeping between Fajr and Isha;  Asr and Maghreb;  Maghrib and Isha.
  • Avoid sitting with smelly people i e (onion).
  • Don't eat the food that is taken out from your teeth.
  • Don't sleep between people who talk bad before sleeping.
  • Don't eat and drink with your left hand.
  • Don't break your knuckles.
  • Check your shoes before wearing it.
  • Don't look at the sky while in Salaat.
  • Don't spit in the toilet.
  • Sit and wear your trousers.
  • Don't break tough things with your teeth.
  • Don't blow on your food when it's hot but you can fan it.
  • Don't look for fault of others. 
  • Don't talk between Iqama and Adhaan.
  • Don't speak tales about your friends.
  • Don't speak in toilet.
  • Don't antagonize your friends.
  • Don't look behind frequently while walking.
  • Don't stamp your feet while walking.
  • Don't be suspicious about your friends.
  • Don't speak lies at anytime.
  • Don't smell the food while you eat.
  • Speak clearly so others can understand.
  • Avoid travelling alone.
  • Don't decide on your own but do consult others who knows.
  • Don't be proud of yourself.
  • Don't be sad about your food.
  • Don't boast.
  • Don't chase the beggars.
  • Treat your guests well with good Heart.
  • Be patience when in poverty.
  • Assist a good cause.
  • Think of your fault and repent.
  • Do good to those who do bad to you.
  • Be satisfied with what you have.
  • Don't sleep too much; it causes forgetfulness.
  • Repent at least 100 times a day (Istighfar).
  • Don't eat mouth full.
  • Follow the steps of Sahaba (Prophet's Companions).
  • Respect elders always more especially your leaders.