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Old 03-08-2008, 09:52 PM   #31
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Re: Reminder Thread!

Here's the true story of a 26 years old girl. She writes:

"I am a married woman of 26 and with a small child. I live in a village not far from a city. My husband works in the city and returns home every weekend. One weekend he came back, I was waiting for him and had prepared food for him. When he ate his food, he played with his child of 6 months and then he was with me. We were lying on the bed when four masked people broke down the door and came into our house, dragging my husband into the porch and started beating him mercilessly. After that they shot him in the head and then turned to me. One by one they raped me and after fulfilling their desires they sprinkled petrol and set fire to my house. I was shocked and did not know what to do. In order to save my child, I simply grabbed him and ran out of the house half naked, with torn clothes and blood seepeing from within me. After some time I fell to the ground with no more energy to go and when I looked at my chest I found that due to the blood in my eyes I was not able to make out what i had grabbed while running out. Instead of my child, I had mistakenly grabbed the pillow. Realizing this, I tried to run back to my house but found that nothing could be done now. I am now living with my relatives but even in this time of despair I have not forgotten Allah."

I had no words to describe how I had felt after reading this...
Subhanallah, may Allah (s.w.t) give us the same kind of patience he has given this girl -Ameen
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Old 03-08-2008, 09:57 PM   #32
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Instead of my child, I had mistakenly grabbed the pillow... but even in this time of despair I have not forgotten Allah."
Subhanallah, may Allah (s.w.t) give us the same kind of patience he has given this girl -Ameen
Ok now THAT is awfully sad.
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Old 03-08-2008, 09:59 PM   #33
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Asalam walikum wr wb
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Old 03-14-2008, 10:18 PM   #34
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Beautiful.
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Old 03-15-2008, 12:06 PM   #35
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Beautiful.
That is beautiful! Ma sha Allah
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Old 03-16-2008, 05:18 PM   #36
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Special times to make du'a

We can and should make Dua in every condition, i.e. in
hardship and in prosperity. There are also some special
times to make Dua where it is more likely to be accepted:

1. When one is oppressed
2. Between the time of Athan and Iqama
3. At the time of the call for prayer
4. At the time of fighting when warriors are engaged with
each other
5. When it is raining
6. When one is sick
7. The last third of the night
8. Ramadan (especially Lailatul Qadr)
9. After the Fard part of prayer
10. When traveling
11. When breaking fast
12. In Sujood
13. Fridays, some say on Friday after Asr prayer
14. While drinking the water from the well of Zamzam
15. At the start of prayer (Dua of Istiftah)
16. When one begins the prayer, i.e. with "all praise be to
Allah, the Pure and the Blessed one"
17. While one recites al-Fatiha (which is a Dua)
18. When Ameen is said in the prayer (also relating to Fatiha)
19. At the time of raising the head after the Rukoo
20. In the last part of the prayer after conveying blessings
unto the Prophet (SAW)
21. Before finishing the prayer (before Tasleem (saying the
Salaam to the angels)
22. At the end of Wudu
23. On the day of Arafah
24. On waking up from sleep
25. At times of adversity
26. Prayer after the death of a person
27. Dua when someone's heart is filled with sincerity and
when it is focused on Allah
28. Dua of the parent against or for his children
29. When the sun moves from its meridian but before the
Dhuhr prayer
30. The Dua of a Muslim for his brother without the latter's
knowledge
31. At the time the army advances to fight in the way
of Allah.
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Old 03-16-2008, 05:24 PM   #37
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50 signs of the Day of Judgement

50 Signs of the Day of Judgment

"Are they waiting for anything except the Hour, to come to them suddenly?
But its Signs have already come!"
(Surah Muhammad)


Past


1. Splitting of the Moon.

2. Death of the Prophet Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace.

3. A form of death which will kill thousands of Muslims. (Understood to refer to the plague of Amwas during the
caliphate of ‘Umar ibn al-Khattab.)


4. A major fighting in Madinah (understood to refer to the battle of al-Harrah during the caliphate of Yazid, 63 AH).

5. The Muslim conquest of Jerusalem.

6. The Muslim conquest of Constantinople.

7. Two large groups of Muslims will fight in war.

8. A war between the Muslims and a reddish people with small eyes, wearing sandals made of hair (understood to refer to
the Mongol Tatar invasion of the Islamic lands.)


9. A peace agreement between the Muslims and non-Muslims from the yellow race (Chinese, Mongols, etc.)

10. Thirty impostors (dajjal) will appear, each thinking he is a prophet.



Present?

11. Naked, destitute, barefoot shepherds will compete in building tall buildings.

12. The slave-woman will give birth to her master or mistress.

13. A trial (fitnah) which will enter every Arab household.

14. Knowledge will be taken away (by the death of people of knowledge), and ignorance will prevail.

15. Wine (intoxicants, alcohol) will be drunk in great quantities.

16. Illegal sexual intercourse will become widespread.

17. Earthquakes will increase.

18. Time will pass more quickly.

19. Tribulations (fitan) will prevail.

20. Bloodshed will increase.

21. A man will pass by the grave of another and wish he was in the latter’s place.

22. Trustworthiness will be lost, i.e. when authority is given to those who do not deserve it.

23. People will gather for prayer, but will be unable to find an imam to lead them.



Future

24. The number of men will decrease, whilst the number of women will increase, until for every man there are 50 women.

25. The Euphrates will reveal a treasure of gold, and many will die fighting over it, each one hoping to be the one who gains
the treasure.


26. The Romans (Europeans) will come to a place called A’maq or Wabiq, and an army of the best people will go forth from Madinah to face them.

27. The Muslim conquest of Rome.

28. The Mahdi (guided one) will appear, and be the Imam of the Muslims.

29. Jesus Christ will descend in Damascus, and pray behind the Mahdi.

30. Jesus will break the cross and kill the swine, i.e. destroy the false christianity.

31. The Antichrist (al-masih al-dajjal, the false christ) will appear, with all his tools of deception, and be an immense trial. He will be followed by 70,000 Jews from Isfahan (present-day Iran).

32. The appearance of Ya’juj and Ma’juj (Gog and Magog), and the associated tribulations.
33. The emergence of the Beast from the Earth, carrying the Staff of Moses and the Seal of Solomon, who will speak to the people, telling them they did not believe with certainty in the Divine Signs.

34. A major war between the Muslims (including Jews and Christians who truly believe in Jesus after his return) led by the Imam Mahdi, and the Jews plus other non-Muslims led by the Antichrist.

35. Jesus will kill the Antichrist at the gate of Ludd (Lod in present-day Israel, site of an airport and a major Israeli military base).

36. A time of great peace and serenity during and after the remaining lifetime of Jesus.

37. Wealth will come so abundant that it will become difficult to find someone to accept charity.

38. Arabia will become a land of gardens and rivers.

39. Society will then decay.

40. The buttocks of the women of the tribe of Daws will again sway in circumambulation (tawaf) around the idol Dhul-Khulsah.

41. A great fire in the Hijaz, seen by the inhabitants of Busra.

42. Three major armies will sink into the earth: one in the east, one in the west, one in Arabia.

43. An Abyssinian leader with thin shins will destroy the Ka’bah.

44. The huge cloud of smoke.

45. The sun will rise from the west (its place of setting).

46. A gentle wind which will take the souls of the believers.

47. There is no-one left on the earth saying, "Allah, Allah" or "There is no god except Allah."

48. Eventually the Day of Judgment is established upon the worst of the people, who copulate like donkeys in public.

49. The blowing in the Trumpet by the Angel Israfil, upon which everyone will faint except as Allah wills.

50. The second blowing in the Trumpet, upon which everyone will be resurrected.
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Old 04-13-2008, 03:46 PM   #38
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One day, Malik bin Dinar (rahimaullah) was passing by a place when he noticed a young man wearing old clothes and crying by the roadside. His name was Uthbah. Sweat was dripping down his body even though the temperature was very cold at that time. Malik bin Dinar became very surprised at this scene and asked Uthbah, "Oh young man, why are you crying? And why are you sweating during this cold temperature?"

Uthbah replied, "Once, I committed a sin at this place. Today, as I was passing by this place, I remembered that sin."

Source: Obtained from the book "Tambihul Ghafileen" by Shaikh Abul Laith Samarkandi.
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Old 05-12-2008, 12:47 PM   #39
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"Truly in the heart there is a void that can not be removed except with the company of Allah. And in it there is a sadness that can not be removed except with the happiness of knowing Allah and being true to Him. And in it there is an emptiness that can not be filled except with love for Him and by turning to Him and always remembering Him. And if a person were given all of the world and what is in it, it would not fill this emptiness."
-Ibn Qayyim al Jawziyya
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Old 05-15-2008, 05:02 AM   #40
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Re: Reminder Thread!

The Du'a of Yunus

The du'a that Yunus made while he was inthe whale's stomach is a special, blessed du'a, and Allah accepts the du'a of any person if he makes the du'a of Yunus.

The Prophet sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam said,

"The du'a of Dhu Nun (ie, The One of the Fish, meaning Yunus) while he was in the whale's stomach,

'There is no deity or object worthy of worship save You, You are glorified above all deficiencies! Verily I was among the wrongdoers' (La ilaha illa anta subhanaka inni kuntu min al-zalimin)

-no Muslim can make this du'a except that Allah will answer him!" *


Therefore, this du'a was not only a blessing for Yunus, peace be upon him, but also for every single Muslim.



* Narrated by Ahmad, al-Tirmidhi and al-Nasa'i, from Sa'd, and authenticated in Sahih al-Jami #3383

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Source:
Du'a, The Weapon of the Believer, by Abu Ammar Yasir Qadhi, page 224
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