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04/01/2012

Sufficient is death as a warner. It is the will of Allah The Almighty that death is the inevitable end of every human being, no matter how long he lives, and whatever his position in life may be. It is the norm of life, which Allah The Almighty expresses by Saying (what means): · {And We did not grant to any man before you eternity [on earth];.. More

30/06/2009

Lessons and benefits to be obtained from the incident of the elephant: 1- An affirmation of the honor of the Ka‘bah - the first House to be established for people on earth for worshipping Allah The Almighty: The honor and sanctity given to it by the Arab polytheists who considered nothing as superior to it was immense. This exalted position.. More

01/07/2009

Early lessons A. The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, was a blessing for Haleemah and this blessing was clearly manifest in everything that belonged to Haleemah, even in her milk that flowed profusely even though it had not been sufficient for her son prior to that. Likewise, the blessing appeared in her son who would cry profusely and.. More

25/12/2011

Over the years, Muslim and non-Muslim historians have written many books about Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, as a leader, highlighting the divinely guided qualities of his personality as the final messenger of Allah The Almighty. One such recent book is by British management scholar John Adair, called The Leadership of Muhammad, where.. More

25/12/2011

Some more of the admirable qualities of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam as a leader: · Recognition of talent in some of his followers and encouraging them in fields where they excelled or showed interest: For example, the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, appointed Bilaal ibn Rabaah, may Allah be pleased with him,.. More

19/10/2009

1- The steadfastness of the believers after having been subjected to torture and persecution by the evildoers and those who are astray indicates the truthfulness of their faith, the sincerity of their beliefs, and the elevation of their souls and selves such that they considered a clear conscience, a reassured mind and soul and the satisfaction of Allah.. More

01/11/2009

11- The Companions, may Allah be pleased with them, gathered when the messenger of An-Najaashi came to them and asked them to come to An-Najaashi’s court. They examined the situation together. This was the way the Muslims consulted each other. In fact, any matter that takes place through consultation is most likely to succeed as it gathers the.. More

01/11/2009

15-Thus, the Quraysh was defeated on this front politically, morally and on the propaganda front because of the Muslims’ successful resistance and their measured steps and methods. 16-The stance of Ja‘far and his brothers, may Allah be pleased with them, was a practical example of the Hadeeth of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa.. More

01/04/2010

1- There is a gift after every hardship. The Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, experienced great trials. The Quraysh had blocked the way before the Da‘wah (call) in Makkah, Thaqeef and the rest of the Arab tribes. They firmly besieged the Da‘wah and its men from each side, and the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi.. More

01/04/2010

7- The journey established a firm link between Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Sacred Mosque (Al-Masjid Al-Haraam) which implies many rationales, signals and benefits, including: * The importance of Al-Aqsa Mosque to the Muslims, as it was the place to which their Messenger, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, was taken during the journey of Israa’,.. More

26/03/2010

1- The prophetic planning was focusing on Yathrib (Madeenah); the six men who embraced Islam had a major role in disseminating the Da‘wah (call) during that year. 2- Several factors helped the spread of Islam in Madeenah, such as:- - The innate good nature of the tribes of Al-Khazraj and Al-Aws. They were tenderhearted, lenient, and not extreme.. More

26/03/2010

1- This great pledge with its surrounding circumstances, motivations, effects and historic reality was, in fact, a great conquest as it was the first ring in the series of Islamic conquests, which followed it like a chain. This great power began from the moment the pledge was concluded, under which, the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam,.. More

26/03/2010

7- The choosing of leaders contained important lessons: A-The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, did not appoint them; rather, he asked those who came to give the pledge to choose them as it would have been them who would be responsible for them. Certainly, it is more appropriate for one to choose the person who will be responsible for.. More

29/03/2010

1. The struggle between truth and falsehood is ancient, continuous and an inevitable divine norm. Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {[They are] those who have been evicted from their homes without right - only because they say, “Our Lord is Allah.” And were it not that Allah checks the people, some by means of others, there would have.. More

29/03/2010

7. The role of women in Hijrah (emigration) Many names shone in the sky of Hijrah as they were credited with a great favor and shared a good portion in the Jihaad. Mention must be made here of ‘Aa’ishah, the daughter of Abu Bakr As-Siddeeq, may Allah be pleased with her and her father, who memorized the story for us and narrated it to.. More

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