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01. Refrain from sleeping between fajr and Ishraq, Asr and Maghrib, Maghrib and Isha.
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02. Avoid sitting with smelly people. i.e (onion)
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03. Do not sleep between people who talk bad before sleeping.
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04. Don’t eat and drink with your left hand.
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05. Don’t eat the food that is taken out from your teeth.
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06. Don’t break your knuckles.
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07. Check your shoes before wearing it.
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08. Don’t look at the sky while in Salaat.
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09. Don’t spit in the toilet.
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10. Don’t clean your teeth with charcoal.
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11. Sit and wear your trousers.
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12. Don’t break tough things with your teeth.
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13. Don’t blow on your food when it’s hot but u can fan it.
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14. Don’t look for faults of others.
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15. Don’t talk between iqamath and adhan.
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16. Don’t speak in the toilet.
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17. Don’t speak tales about your friends.
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18. Don’t antagonize your friends.
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19. Don’t look behind frequently while walking.
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20. Don’t stamp your feet while walking.
21. Don’t be suspicious about your friends.
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22. Don’t speak lies at anytime.
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23. Don’t smell the food while you eat.
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24. Speak clearly so others can understand.
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25. Avoid travelling alone.
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26. Don’t decide on your own but do
consult others who know.
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27. Don’t be proud of yourself.
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28. Don’t be sad about your food.
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29. Don’t boast.
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30. Don’t chase the beggars.
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31. Treat your guests well with good heart.
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32. Be patient when in poverty.
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33. Assist a good cause.
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34. Think of your faults and repent.
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35. Do good to those who do bad to you.
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36. Be satisfied with what you have.
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37. Don’t sleep too much – it causes forgetfulness.
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38. Repent at least 100 times a day (Istighfaar).
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39. Don’t eat in darkness.
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40. Don’t eat mouth-full.
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‘Send to others to remind them’.
—————————————- -May Allah bless you…! Aameen.
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Love is real.
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Why do we sleep in the masjid but stay awake in parties?
——————————————-Why is it so hard to talk to Allah but so easy to gossip?
—————————————— Why is it so easy to ignore a Godly text message but re-send the nasty ones?
—————————————–Are u going to send this to ur friends or are u going to ignore it?
——————————————Allah said: “if u deny me in front of ur friends, i will deny u on the day of Resurrection”
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If each muslim says astaghfirullah wa atubu ilaih 3 times now and forward, in a few seconds billions will have said it and You’ve got nothing to loose so pass on…..
[10/12 17:49] Huma F. Khan: MANNERS
“The Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) saw a man drinking standing up.
He said to him, ‘Hah!’
The man asked, ‘What’s the matter?’ He said, ‘Would you like it if a cat drank with you.’ He said, ‘No.’
He (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said, ‘Someone worse than that was drinking with you – the Shaytaan.’”
[Ahmad; Majma al-Zawaa’id]
The Shaytaan drinks with a person if he drinks standing up.
Sit down to drink.
Abdullah Bin Masood رضي الله عنه narrates:
Rasulullaah صلى الله عليه وسلم said that
 When a person lies, the angels flee a mile away from him on account of the odour coming out from his mouth.
*[Tirmidhi 1972]*

 

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Uthman’s wife, Ruqayya was seriously ill just before the Battle of Badr and he was excused by the Prophet (peace be on him) from participating in the battle. The illness Ruqayya proved fatal, leaving Uthman deeply grieved. The Prophet was moved and offered Uthman the hand of another of his daughters, Kulthum. Because he had the high privilege of having two daughters of the Prophet as wives Uthman was known as ‘The Possessor of the Two Lights. ‘

Uthman participated in the Battles of Uhud and the Trench. After the encounter of the Trench, the Prophet (peace be on him) determined to perform Hajj and sent Uthman as his emissary to the Quraish in Mecca, who detained him. The episode ended in a treaty with the Meccans known as the Treaty of Hudaibiya.

The portrait we have of Uthman is of an unassuming, honest, mild, generous and very kindly man, noted especially for his modesty and his piety. He often spent part of the night in prayer, fasted every second or third day, performed hajj every year, and looked after the needy of the whole community. In spite of his wealth, he lived very simply and slept on bare sand in the courtyard of the Prophet’s mosque. Uthman knew the Qur’an from memory and had an intimate knowledge of the context and circumstances relating to each verse.
Uthman’s Caliphate

During Uthman’s rule the characteristics of Abu Bakr’s and Umar’s caliphates – impartial justice for all, mild and humane policies, striving in the path of God, and the expansion of Islam – continued. Uthman’s realm extended in the west to Morocco, in the east to Afghanistan, and in the north to Armenia and Azerbaijan. During his caliphate a navy was organized, administrative divisions of the state were revised, and many public projects were expanded and completed. Uthman sent prominent Companions of the Prophet (peace be on him) as his personal deputies to various provinces to scrutinize the conduct of officials and the condition of the people.

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(Stories of Prophet’s Companions)

Every Prophet has an assistant, and my assistant will be Uthman.”(Hadith)

Uthman’s Election :

When ‘Umar fell under the assassin’s dagger, before he died the people asked him to nominate his successor. ‘Umar appointed a committee consisting of six of the ten companions of the Prophet (peace be on him) about whom the Prophet had said, “They are the people of Heaven” – Ali, Uthman, Abdul Rahman, Sa’ad, Al-Zubayr and Talha – to select the next Caliph from among themselves. He also outlined the procedure to be followed if any differences of opinion should arise. Abdul Rahman withdrew his name. He was then authorized by the committee to nominate the Caliph. After two days of discussion among the candidates and after the opinions of the Muslims in Medina had been ascertained, the choice was finally limited to Uthman and Ali. Abdul Rahman came to the mosque together with other Muslims, and after a brief speech and questioning of the two men, swore allegiance to Uthman. All those present did the same, and Uthman became the third Caliph of Islam in the month of Muharram, 24 A.H.
Uthman’s Life

Uthman bin Affan was born seven years after the Holy Prophet (peace be on him). He belonged to the Omayyad branch of the Quraish tribe. He learned to read and write at an early age, and as a young man became a successful merchant. Even before Islam Uthman had been noted for his truthfulness and integrity. He and Abu Bakr were close friends, and it was Abu Bakr who brought him to Islam when he was thirty-four years of age. Some years later he married the Prophet’s second daughter, Ruqayya. In spite of his wealth and position, his relatives subjected him to torture because he had embraced Islam, and he was forced to emigrate to Abyssinia. Some time later he returned to Mecca but soon migrated to Medina with the other Muslims. In Medina his business again began to flourish and he regained his former prosperity. Uthman’s generosity had no limits. On various occasions he spent a great portion of his wealth for the welfare of the Muslims, for charity and for equipping the Muslim armies. That is why he came to be known as ‘Ghani’ meaning ‘Generous.’

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In praise of Muhammad ﷺ

Remain fed up of be asleep; my eyes

Desire to have a sight of him; my eyes

Bow down of revere at ﷺ door; eyes

How caring and sensible are my eyes

No one to deter amid devotee and deity

All barriers will be flattened by my eyes

Whatever I wish is clear through my eyes

How coherent and loving are my eyes

Mausoleum’s grills are core of my eyes

Moving around core is pilgrimage of eyes

Delight of to see the dome stay unsatisfied

How intoxicated yet awake are my eyes

Just hugged the grills of the Mausoleum

How delightful and ecstatic are my eyes

The one who never visited Mausoleum

How unlucky and deprived are those eyes

My lips remained silent in respect of ﷺ

My eyes though were all reverence, Anjum

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Those captivated in love, share agony and grief

But they don’t share love and their heart’s grief

They feel enchanted in trance of pain and relief

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Those engaged in delight; unaware of wounded

Pains don’t let change position, who are wounded

Covertly the disheartened weep, missing beloved

They’re all the time weeping remembering beloved

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Many Christians do not know that in the Holy Quran Jesus  is mentioned by name twenty-five times.  For example:

.. We gave Jesus the son of Mary Clear (Signs) and strengthened him with the holy spirit. .. Quran 2:87

Behold! the angels said: “O Mary! Allah gives thee glad tidings of a Word from Him: his name will be Christ Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honor in this world and the Hereafter and of (the company of) those nearest to Allah. Quran 3:45

.. Christ Jesus the son of Mary was (no more than) an apostle of Allah .. Quran 4:171

 And in their footsteps We sent Jesus the son of Mary, confirming the Law that had come before him .. Quran 5:46

And Zakariya and John, and Jesus and Elias: all in the ranks of the righteous: Quran 6:85

The Quranic Titles of Jesus

Though Jesus is mentioned by name in twenty-five places in the Holy Quran he is also addressed with respect as: “Ibne Maryam” – son of Mary; as Masi (Heb) Messiah – translated as Christ; “Abd-ullah” servant of Allah; “Rasul -Ullah” – Messenger of Allah.

He is spoken of as “the word of God”, as “the spirit of God”, as a “Sign of God”, and numerous other epithets of honor spread over fifteen different chapters. The Holy Quran honors this great Messenger of God, and over the past fourteen hundred years Muslims continue to hold Jesus as a symbol of truth.

Islam respects the faith of others

Prophet Muhammad  was always very respectful towards the Christians. According to Islamic historians, Ibn e Saad and Ibn e Hisham, once there was a delegation of Byzantine Christians, who were traveling from Yemen to Madinah. The delegation was led by a bishop by the name of Zqyd al-Usquf, who came to discuss a number of issues with Prophet Muhammad. When the time of their prayer came, they asked the Prophet if they could do their worship in the mosque of the Prophet. He answered, “Conduct your service here in the mosque. It is a place dedicated to God.”

Jesus  is commonly considered to have been born on the 25th of December. However, it is common knowledge among Christian scholars that he was not born on this day. It is well known that the first Christian churches held their festival in May, April, or January.

The Egyptians celebrated this day as the birth day of their great savior Horus,

The Greeks celebrated the 25th of December as the birthday of Hercules, the son of the supreme god of the Greeks, Zeus,

The Scandinavians celebrated the 25th of December as the birthday of their god Freyr, the son of their supreme god of the heavens, Odin.

The Romans observed this day as the birthday of the god of the sun, Natalis Solis Invicti

Adonis, revered as a “dying-and-rising god” among the Greeks, miraculously was also born on the 25th of December

Adonis, revered as a “dying-and-rising god” among the Greeks, miraculously was also born on the 25th of December.The ceremonies of his birthday are recorded to have taken place in the same cave in Bethlehem which is claimed to have been the birth place of Jesus .

love humanity and spread peace and pleasure around—we are children of same Adam and Eve

 

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Long time back a pious person was passing through a village. One old lady was busy working on her spinning wheel outside her hut. Seeing her engrossed in her work came to her and sat beside her. She didn’t even feel his presence and kept doing her work. The man was impressed of her devotion so asked her; “mother have you been spinning your wheel only all your life or tried to search for the Creator too?”
She replied’ “I learnt everything from this spinning wheel only.” “That’s great! Tell me does God exist?”
She confidently said; “God is everywhere every moment, day or night, in all reasons and all seasons, He is present”
The scholar again asked her; “prove it. How can you be so sure?”
She said; “Look man, I operate this spinning wheel so it works. If and when I stop, it stops too. Hence when such a small thing needs someone to operate it then how come this gigantic universe is not run by any one. Who controls the sun, the moon and the nature around? Someone is ought to be there to control the entire system.”
“I agree with you. But still I have a question. Is there one God or more than one?”
She wisely replied; “I spin this wheel. I know how to move and how fast or slow to spin. I look after it so it is in proper working condition. If two or three people used it then something would have broken or damaged. Similarly if there were more than one Gods, the seasons, day and night would be disturbed. One god would like the day longer the other a longer night so chaos, turmoil and anarchy would ruined the whole universe. So there’s only one God. The supreme power who is perfectly managing the entire system”


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