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16  Islam / Ask a question on Islam / Re: Can v shampoo and oil our hair while fasting? on: August 15, 2011, 12:56:04 AM
assalam alaikum wa wb
Jazak Allah khair for ur help
abut the last question,i cud get hold of very smll info that Prophet Muhammed saw did only 4 umrahs in his lifetime(only one umrah in a single vist to makkah,never did he do two umrahs in a vist to makkah..this is wat i understood from a hadith Narrated by al-Bukhaari, al-Hajj, 1654; Muslim, al-Hajj, 1253 ..if m wrng pls correct ....inshallah ill cme up with complete and genuine answer as per Quraan n hadees insha Allah)

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17  Islam / Ask a question on Islam / Can v shampoo and oil our hair while fasting? on: August 08, 2011, 12:39:58 AM
Assalam  alaikum wa wb
Hope every1 is fine by Allah grace n mercy
I have three questions,could pls help me with answers in the light Quraan and sunnah
1). Can v shampoo and oil our hair while fasting?
2). Is Offering salah at masjid-e-nabwi 50,000 or 1000 more virtues than other parts of world except makkah?
3). How many Umrah can be offred in a single trip to makkah?
Note: sme say only 1 while some insists it depends upon our will n energy

Jazak Allah in advance may Allah swt aura n rewrd u in both the worlds with best of both the worlds.
Pray 4 all specially during this time of the year
Assalam alaikum
      

18  General Category / Introduce Yourself / Re: Ramadhaan Mubarak on: July 31, 2011, 10:56:44 AM
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Ramadhaan mubarak 2 evry1
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19  Islam / Ask a question on Islam / Re: To make others happy on: July 27, 2011, 04:25:14 AM
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Jazak Allah khair sis,your reply ws very beneficial
May Allah aura u all
Ameen
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20  Islam / Ask a question on Islam / To make others happy on: July 26, 2011, 11:07:09 PM
Assalam alaikum wa wb
I have a very peculiar question pls help me
Can we let know sme of our gud deeds 2 sme1 who constantly worried abt us makes dua 4 our akhira?
Intention being Allah swt pleasure and also a particular individual’s happiness, since he/she really cares n wants 2 c us in a gud  pius state
Pls answer this
Jazak allah in advance
Tc asslam alaikuim
21  Islam / Islamic Article Discussion / Virtues of Ramadhaan on: July 25, 2011, 01:18:41 AM
“O those who believe, the fasts have been enjoined upon you as were enjoined upon those before you so that you be God-fearing.” Qur’aan 2-183

 The above Quraanic verse makes it obligatory for every believing Muslim to fast in the holy month of Ramadan. It carries a two fold message for the mankind, especially for Muslims. Firstly, it enjoins and ordains us to observe fast for Allah swt as an article of faith to achieve taqwa and purify our nafs (desires).Secondly, it acquaints us with a fact that saum was not first introduced to us but even earlier ummahs too were required to fast. The reference to the earlier Ummahs in the verse shows the importance of fasting on the one hand, and gives an encouragement to the Muslims on the other. It indicates that although there may be some inconvenience in fasting but the same inconven­ience was also faced by the earlier communities. This brings a psycho­logical comfort to the Muslims, because if an inconvenience is faced by a large number of people, it becomes easier to bear.

The word Ramadan is derived from the Arabic word Ramida, meaning intense scorching heat and dryness especially of the ground.. This intense scorching of ground can be compared to the thirst and hunger a person feels when he fast for sake for his lord and doesn’t even drink anything no matter how thirsty he is, so forget about having food or eating anything. The idea behind this is to sell a message that if we could stay away from something as basic and essential as food, imagine the power we can build up within ourselves to resist vices of different kinds and not forget about the positive energy that we accumulate within ourselves just through a simple process of faith.

Ramadan is not only about skipping meals, but it offers an opportunity to strengthen our faith, purify our heart and soul and remove the evil effects of the sins we have had committed. It offers a comprehensive program for our spiritual overhaul and an opportunity to rebuild our spiritual strength through certain objectives that are met when we fast. The objectives are

a) To get rid of bad habits: Fasting in Ramadan demands a strict and solid resolution to submit oneself to a special diet, which often corrects habits that are harmful to the health, that we get into during the running year, thus to comply with a severely regulated diet as a self-willed sacrifice. This is why we notice that the Holy Quran mentions patience, tolerance, will, and perseverance as being synonyms of fasting.

b) To be more compassionate: To suffer hunger and thirst so as to experience the difficult life of poor and needy. This endurance provokes in us a feeling of association with their sorrows and deprivations. This feeling is so humane, compassionate and much more expressive than a whole series of well-prepared speeches or well-organized public demonstrations. The rich people who never experience deprivation of food, but by fasting they discover the hardship faced by our less fortunate and poor brothers. This experience makes their hearts more tractable, and their hands, more active in exercising generosity and charity towards the needy. That is why we see a lot more charity happening during Ramadan when compared to other months in terms of zakhat i.e Islamic charity done to purify one’s wealth.

c) To Appreciate and be Thankful to God: we cannot know the real value of happiness until we lose it. So when we fast, we suffer hunger, thirst and deprivation of so many other leisure’s we usually enjoy before fasting. Then, we effectively evaluate the life comforts Mighty God has gifted us with.

d) Fast is like a living thing, which has a body and a soul. If we are not striving to refine our character by fast, our fast will be a body without soul. Fast cleanses our body from

impurities. Likewise, it must purify our heart and mind from all impure thoughts, improper desires and undisciplined sensations. When we fast, all our sense – eyes, ears, tongue, hands and feet – must fast with us. There are many more things apart being hungry that should be strictly followed so that our fast is accepted. These things actually help us to get more close to God and they are

Keeping our eyes off unlawful things.

Abstaining from hearing unlawful gossip and lies.

Stop telling lies, useless tales, spreading rumors and gossiping

And above all, our heart and mind should be with us in fasting.Because fasting in its real sense, will not be complete unless our thoughts, our emotions, our actions – in short, all aspects of our life – become pure, clean and free from blemish.
22  Islam / Hadith Discussion / Ramadhan Khutbah of Prophet Muhammed pbuh on: July 24, 2011, 10:28:50 AM
It is reported in At-Tirmizi, An-Nisaa-i and in Mu’jam At-Tabaraani, upon the authority of ‘Abdullah Ibn ‘Umar (ra) that the Messenger Muhammad (saw) said to his companions (during the last few days of Sha’baan):

“O People, what comes near to you is the month of Ramadan, the month of Allah. This month in the eyes of Allah is the best month, its days are the best days and its nights are the best nights.This month you have been invited to be a guest of Allah and you are going to be, in this month, among the people of karaama (i.e. dignity and honour). Your breathing in these days will be tasbeeh and your sleeping in this month is an act of worship. Your deeds in this month will be accepted and in this month all your du’aa will be accepted. Ask Allah with good intention and ask Allah to make you fast this month and to recite the Qur’an. Remember when you are hungry and thirsty, the hunger and thirst of the Day of Judgement. Donate to your poor and needy people and be kind to your young and respect the elders. Watch your tongues and do not look at anything prohibited or listen to anything prohibited. Be kind to the orphans and Allah will help your orphans in the future. Ask Allah for forgiveness from your sins and raise your hands to him in your salat. O People, your nafis (desires) is hostage to your actions so release it by istighfaar (repentance) and your back is heavy with sin, so release it with long sujood. Allah (swt) has sworn by his dignity that those who used to fulfil their fasts will never fear from hellfire on the day they rise for their Lord. I have said this and may Allah forgive me and forgive you.”
23  Islam / Islamic Article Discussion / Re: Things That Benefit the Dead on: July 24, 2011, 10:17:36 AM
Assalam alaikum wa wb
jazak allah khair brother
may Allah reward u with the best here n hereafter ameen
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24  Islam / Ask a question on Islam / Re: does thawab reaches the dead? on: July 24, 2011, 01:52:55 AM
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bro infact even i want 2 knw the reference of my first question(if its mentioned anywhere)
25  Islam / Islamic Article Discussion / Re: Things That Benefit the Dead on: July 24, 2011, 01:51:02 AM
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thanks a lot bro 4 the timely help inshallah ill pass on this message to others too...

well im still confused..pls clarify this
my frn always asked us to offer salah on time n read Quraan..i think his advice cn be considered as knowledge he passed on 2 us..so if i offer salah n recite quraan the way we are enjoined,will it nt benifit him cos he always asked me 2 do so....so as far as i continue to do good things he taught me will make thawab reach him?
26  Islam / Ask a question on Islam / does thawab reaches the dead? on: July 23, 2011, 12:03:47 AM
Assalam alaikum wa wb
Hope evry1z fine by Allah swt grace n mercy.
I have two questions..will b glad if sme1 answers it in light of Quraan n hadith.
1) Is it true that Jesus prayed to Allah swt to send him in duniya again as Prophet Muhammed’s pbuh ummati?

2) Few months ago one of my friends dies(may Allah rest his soul in peace ameen),want to knw doing deeds like recieting Quraan ,offering salah, doing charity on deceaseds behalf gets him reward?
Jazak allah
Assalam alaikum
27  Islam / Hadith Discussion / Re: 100 Fabricated or Weak Traditions (attributed to the Prophet) on: July 21, 2011, 10:43:03 AM
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jazak allah bro 4 all the explanation
i ws actually perplexed,as a  kid i have been hearing most of the above mentioned hadiths n thought them 2 b sahi...and now im shocked 2 knw they r actually fabricated or week...
may allah swt the best of all guides,guide us all to the right path ameen
Assalam alaikum
28  Islam / Hadith Discussion / Re: 100 Fabricated or Weak Traditions (attributed to the Prophet) on: July 20, 2011, 12:08:27 PM
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sis cud u pls tell the source frm whr u gt 2 knw that all the above mentioned hadiths are fabricated???
29  Islam / Hadith Discussion / Re: 100 Fabricated or Weak Traditions (attributed to the Prophet) on: July 20, 2011, 04:11:18 AM
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If the wording used in these hadiths are questionable but not  the mafoom or the message of these hadiths,then plssss mention it clearly in the topic heading itself…because there is a strong possibility that ppl can be misguided and mislead
Thanks
Jazak Allah khair
Asslam alaikum
30  Islam / Hadith Discussion / Re: 100 Fabricated or Weak Traditions (attributed to the Prophet) on: July 19, 2011, 11:37:34 AM
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does the above mentioned hadith no.62  is about laylatul qadr?

((‘O People, there has come to you (over you) a great and blessed month, a month in which there is a night that is better (greater in virtue) than a thousand months. Allah has made fasting (this month) an obligation and spending its nights in prayer an act of voluntary worship… etc.)). Weak; "Al-'Ilal" by ibn Abi Hatem (1/249), and "Al-Da'eefa" (871)
if it is then hw cn it be fabritcated or weak  wen it is also mentioned in Qur'aan?
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