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Views: 323 | Added by: nidurali | Date: 2011-03-05 | Comments (0)


A phrase that Muslims often use in conversation, especially when thanking God for blessings. It literally means "Praise be to Allah."

Abu Ja`far bin Jarir said, "The meaning of (Al-Hamdu Lillah) (all praise and thanks be to Allah) is: all thanks are due purely to Allah, alone, not any of the objects that are being worshiped instead of Him, nor any of His creation. These thanks are due to Allah's innumerable favors and bounties, that only He knows the amount of. Allah's bounties include creating the tools that help the creation worship Him, the physical bodies with which they are able to implement His commands, the sustenance that He provides them in this life, and the comfortable life He has granted them, without anything or anyone compelling Him to do so. Allah also warned His creation and a ... Read more »
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InsyaAllah by Maher Zain is a song that quite suitable to our soul when we are cornered or in despair. It’s a simple song but if you really understand the lyric, you’ll know that Allah never abandon you in whatever situation you’re in or whatever you do. Ask for His forgiveness and never do the bad deed again. That’s all He ask.
Maher Zain


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The teachings of the Holy Qur'an for the Child to follow during his life is: "Your Lord (Allah) has ordained that you should worship none except Him and show kindness to parents. If one of them or both of them attain to old age with you, say not 'Fie' unto them nor reproach them but speak to them a gracious word. And lower unto them the wing of submission through mercy (defer humbly to them out of tenderness) and pray: My Lord, have mercy on them both as they nurtured me when I was little." (Qur'an 17:23-24) "And we (Allah) have enjoined upon man (to be good) to his parents: His mother bears him in weakness upon weakness.." Qur'an 31:14) "We have enjoined on man kindness to his parents: In pain did his mother bear him, and in pain did she give him birth.." (Qur'an 46:59)
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Faith comes from our beliefs, whether they are concerned with supernatural, sacred, or divine beliefs. Such beliefs do n ... Read more »

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Mr Bean sets an exam for which he doesn't know how to answer a single question.
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Allaah said that his Prophet Ibrahim (peace be upon him) said, 

And He feeds me and quenches my thirst and when I fall sick then He (Allaah) cures me. [Soorah Shu'araa: 80].

Some scholars of Tafseer explain that there is a relation between what we eat and drink and falling sick since most people fall ill because of their diet. This could be a reason why Allaah mentioned that Ibrahim (peace be upon him) recognized that Allaah is the One who provides sustenance for us but that sickness is due to our own self and this is why sickness is men ... Read more »

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