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  • Tranquillity & Security-II

    One's death will only take place at its predestined location: By believing in this fact, the believer has relieved himself from the fear of death. There are people who attempt to prepare for their deaths by purchasing a burial place and even building upon it and adorning it, but end up dying in a completely different place. There is no doubt that one.. More

  • Tranquillity & Security-I

    The effect of faith on a person’s life is an immense one indeed; it is quite astounding how faith changes the course that a person takes such that when it enters a person heart, it causes him to transform into a totally different human being, one who possesses lofty qualities and noble morals and makes him go through this life as if he has already.. More

  • Sent As A Mercy

    Allah The Almighty sent Muhammad, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, as a mercy to the worlds. He Says (what means): {And We have not sent you, [O Muhammad], except as a mercy to the worlds.} [Quran ‎21:‎107] Hence, he is a mercy to humans and Jinn, whether believers or disbelievers, as he was sent to call them to Allah The Almighty and bring.. More

  • His Military Commanders from Al-Ansaar -I

    1. Abdullaah ibn Rawaahah, may Allah be pleased with him: His full name is Abdullaah ibn Rawaahah ibn Tha'labah ibn Imra' Al-Qays ibn Amr ibn Imra' Al-Qays Al-Akbar ibn Maalik Al-Ansaari Al-Khazraji, and his nickname is Abu Muhammad, or Abu Rawaahah, or Abu 'Umar according to the different opinions. He was a great poet, quick-witted, and very good.. More

  • His Military Commanders From the Muhaajiroon –III

    11. Shujaa' ibn Wahb Al-Asadi, may Allah be pleased with him: He was the head of a platoon called Thaat 'Irq to Bani Hawaazin in Rabee' Al-Awwal, 8 A.H. His nickname is Abu Wahb. He was an ally to the tribe of Bani Shams. He was from the first people who embraced Islam, and he emigrated on the second Hijrah to Habashah, and returned to Makkah when.. More

  • His Military Commanders From the Muhaajiroon –II

    5. Khaalid ibn Al-Waleed, may Allah be pleased with him: His name is Abu Sulaymaan Al-Makhzoomi, and he is the nephew of Maymoonah bint Al-Haarith, the Mother of the Believers. He is known as the Sword of Allah and His Messenger. He accepted Islam after Hudaybiyah, witnessed Mu'tah, and was given the leadership at the time of the Prophet, sallallaahu.. More

  • His Military Commanders From the Muhaajiroon –I

    Historians have agreed to call the military expedition led by the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, himself as a Ghazwah (invasion), whether he participated in the fighting or not. They also call the military expedition that he commanded, but did not lead in person, a Sariyyah (platoon). During these Sariyyahs, the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi.. More

  • Military Commanders from His Relatives - II

    5. Abdullaah ibn Jahsh Al-Asdi, may Allah be pleased with him: The Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, dispatched him at the head of the platoon of Nakhlah in the month of Rajab, 2 A.H. He is nicknamed Abu Muhammad, and his mother is Umaymah bint 'Abd Al-Muttalib, the aunt of the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam. Thus he was the maternal.. More

  • Military Commanders from His Relatives - I

    1. Hamzah ibn 'Abd Al-Muttalib, may Allah be pleased with him: He is Hamzah ibn 'Abd Al-Muttalib ibn Haashim ibn 'Abd Manaaf Al-Haashimi, and his nickname is Abu 'Imaarah. He was the uncle of the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, and his brother through nursing. He was born two years before the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, or perhaps.. More

  • His Military Commanders from Al-Ansaar -II

    8. Abu Qataadah, may Allah be pleased with him: He was appointed as a leader for a platoon dispatched to Hadrah, in Sha'baan, 8 A.H. He is Abu Qataadah ibn Rib'iyy Al-Ansaari. It is known that his name is Al-Haarith, but Al-Waaqidi, Ibn Al-Qaddaah and Ibn Al-Kalbi argued that his name is An-Nu'maan, and it is said that his name is Amr. There is some.. More

  • His Military Commanders from Al-Muhaajiroon-IV

    Historians have agreed to call the military expedition led by the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, himself as a Ghazwah (invasion), whether he participated in the fighting or not. They also call the military expedition that he commanded, but did not lead in person, a Sariyyah (platoon). During these Sariyyahs, the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi.. More

  • His Military Commanders

    Historians have agreed to call the military expedition led by the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, himself as a Ghazwah (invasion), whether he participated in the fighting or not. They also call the military expedition that he commanded, but did not lead in person, a Sariyyah (platoon). During these Sariyyahs, the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi.. More

  • The Status of Good Manners in Islam

    The issue of good manners is very important In Islam, since it is the basis of one's success in the Islamic community. For instance, a husband cannot lead a happy marital life, nor can a brother succeed in dealing with his brothers, unless they both possess sound moral character. The success of the scholars and the Da'iyah (caller to the way of Allah.. More

  • Religion and Good Manners - III

    Acquiring good manners There is no doubt that good manners can be acquired and learnt; however, some of them are instinctive. Instinctive manners are those that Allah The Almighty created a person with, as a part of their inborn character. An example for this is what the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, said to his Companion, may Allah be pleased.. More

  • Religion and Good Manners - II

    The reward of good manners in the Hereafter Awell-mannered person will have one of the heaviest scales on the Day of Judgment. The Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, said: "Nothing is heavier in the slave’s balance on the Day of Judgment than good manners." [Abu Daawood and At-Tirmithi] This means that all deeds will be weighed.. More