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printpoint
07-06-2008, 12:11 PM
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Event: Rain or Shine Summer Conference
Date: Saturday 26th July 2008
Venue: Corporation Park, Blackburn, BB2 6DG
Time: 11 am- 7 pm

A FUN FAMILY DAY OUT FOR ALL

Schedule:

Speakers: Sheikh Muhammad Ahmed, Jalal ibn Sa'eed (Islam Channel Presenter), Murtaza Khan, Nasheed Artist Kamalludin (no musical instruments) and Sister Yvonne Ridley. Also featuring from Kuwait is Abu Mohammad, specialising in Ruqiah (exocism) and Hujama (bloodletting) from the Sunnah (no prior appointment needed).

SEPARATE FACILITIES FOR SISTERS

Also:

Fun rides, donkey rides, bouncy castle, hand made craft staff, jilbaab/hijaab stall, henna painting, book stall, barbeque and many many more...



Enquiries and Stall Bookings: 077929 765 62
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Re.TiReD
07-08-2008, 02:58 PM
AssalamuAlaykum

JazakAllah khayr for sharing Akhee. Are you the organiser by any chance? Will money raised from the event go to charity or...? And if it's in Co-P will there be praying facilities? Hmmm

WassalamuAlaykum
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printpoint
07-08-2008, 03:11 PM
Assalamu Alaikum Wahrahmatullahi Wabarakatahu.
Money raised will be going to charity , Plus there will be praying facilities Inshaallah.
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Re.TiReD
07-08-2008, 03:13 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by printpoint
Assalamu Alaikum Wahrahmatullahi Wabarakatahu.
Money raised will be going to charity , Plus there will be praying facilities Inshaallah.
Wa'alaykum salam

Araat, JazakAllah khayr.

What charity? If you dont mind me asking.

WassalamuAlaykum

P.S You guys didnt make a poster to advertise?
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'Abd al-Baari
07-08-2008, 03:16 PM
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Blackburn? Wow Masha'Allah.

Insha'Allah i'll try and see if i can make it! Sounds good.

Plus there will be praying facilities Inshaallah.
Masha'Allah. Al Asr Masjid is quite close to CoP Alhamdulillah..

:w:
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Re.TiReD
07-08-2008, 03:17 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by Abdul Baari
Masha'Allah. Al Asr Masjid is quite close to CoP Alhamdulillah.
AssalamuAlaykum

Oh, I thought that was a school? *scratch*

Khayr, yeah sounds kool masha'Allah

WassalamuAlaykum
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Ibn Al Aqwa
07-08-2008, 04:42 PM
Yeah they made posters, outside Ummah shop, if you buy something from Ummah shop, they'll slip a poster in the bag... the organisers are Al Asr primary school...

I already feel the barakah in this event coz of somethng that happened, inshaa'Allaah im going..printpoint, when are the speeches...? Im only going for the speeches, Murtaza Khan is one of my favourite lecturers, whens his speech...?

I dont want to ring coz they always beat around the bush, never give you a straight answer...

:w:
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Re.TiReD
07-08-2008, 04:45 PM
AssalamuAlaykum

Ahh ok masha'Allah. Now figuring the way to Co-P...is it Barbara Castle Way or something? Havnt seen the poster though, Hmm Khayr Insha'Allah I'll be going.

WassalamuAlaykum
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Ibn Al Aqwa
07-08-2008, 04:52 PM
Up shear brow near St Mary's innit...

Took a pic of the poster ...

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'Abd al-Baari
07-08-2008, 04:57 PM
:sl:

AssalamuAlaykum

Ahh ok masha'Allah. Now figuring the way to Co-P...is it Barbara Castle Way or something? Havnt seen the poster though, Hmm Khayr Insha'Allah I'll be going.

WassalamuAlaykum
From Barbara Castle way sis, whichever way you come in, instead of taking the turning to go into town, take the opposite one, that will take you to Corparation Park.

:w:
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Re.TiReD
07-08-2008, 04:59 PM
AssalamuAlaykum

Oh ok JazakAllah khayr Akhee ^^^.

I dont know where St.Mary's is...'Innit'

WassalamuAlaykum
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chacha_jalebi
07-08-2008, 06:18 PM
corporation park is nice!! the scenary and that :D and the fountains, ooo yeaah

kamal uddin thumbs up!! :D
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Pk_#2
07-08-2008, 06:41 PM
Donkey rides?! Am there!

Omggggggggggggggggg!! Bouncy castle yipeeeeeeeee. :thumbs_up

Hijamah.. :exhausted Exorcism :skeleton:.. Nah I'll pass.
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chacha_jalebi
07-08-2008, 06:47 PM
i hate it when you go to these events and when your about to play a game or go on a ride, its like everyone stops and watches you on the ride or playin on the game :muddlehea

and you have to remind them your not the main attraction :mmokay:
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printpoint
07-08-2008, 07:50 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by Abu Ghurabah
I dont want to ring coz they always beat around the bush, never give you a straight answer...
Akhee, can I help? Did you call the number on the flyer? If there are any enquiries, please feel free to ask them here Inshaa'Allah. :thumbs_up

Also, could I kindly request all brothers and sisters to make du'aa that the event runs smoothly and that we have good weather Inshaa'Allah.
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Ibn Al Aqwa
07-08-2008, 07:53 PM
Yeah bro, when are the Shuyookh talking...? Murtza Khan & Jalal Ibn Sa'eed especially, but ive never heard of the other 2...when are the speeches?
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printpoint
07-08-2008, 08:03 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by Abu Ghurabah
Yeah bro, when are the Shuyookh talking...? Murtza Khan & Jalal Ibn Sa'eed especially, but ive never heard of the other 2...when are the speeches?
The timings have not been fully discussed, however, they are going to start at 11am Insha'Allah and most likely Murtaza Khan will be the first speaker. The talks are likely to last for an hour each.
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Ibn Al Aqwa
07-08-2008, 08:08 PM
Okay akhee, jazakAllaah. When you get the exact timings, inshaa'Allaah kindly reply and let me know.

BarakAllaahu feek... *smiles*
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jannat
07-08-2008, 09:02 PM
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sounds really good! hope it goes well inshallah. Sister yvonne ridley is really good as well as Brother Jalal Ibn Saeed is really good speaker, May Allah bless them all inshallah.He does really good charity work mashallah.
Hope u all have a nice time.:statisfie




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printpoint
07-08-2008, 09:12 PM
Jazaakillahu khayr sister Jannat.

Just to inform you akhee AG, Sheikh Muhammad Ahmed is a founder of the Ummah Welfare Trust and sister Yvonne Ridley was the journalist and a former prisoner of Taliban who later accepted Islam.
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Re.TiReD
07-08-2008, 09:15 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by printpoint
, Sheikh Muhammad Ahmed is a founder of the Ummah Welfare Trust .
AssalamuAlaykum

Ah kool, masha'Allah didnt know that bit. So that means they'll be having a stall there too.

Sounding Good. Wonder if it'll be Akhee Bilal.

Never been Co-P before, just heard mashed stuff about it. Khayr insha'Allah sounds fab does this.

WassalamuAlaykum
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jannat
07-08-2008, 09:18 PM
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I know sister yvonne was on islam channel, i have watched her, she good mashallah, shes been at my uni 2 yrs back, she spoke well.
Br jalal ibn saeed is really good, motivational! Hope Allah Swt gives him alot ajar for his charity work.Ameen
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Re.TiReD
07-08-2008, 09:26 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by jannat
:sl:

I know sister yvonne was on islam channel, i have watched her, she good mashallah, shes been at my uni 2 yrs back, she spoke well.
Br jalal ibn saeed is really good, motivational! Hope Allah Swt gives him alot ajar for his charity work.Ameen
AssalamuAlaykum

Lol, no comment. But she sure knows how to get the crowd going. She was up my end last weekend I think, went to see her at the masjid.

And Jalal Ibn Sa'eed, masha'Allah excellent!

WassalamuAlaykum
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printpoint
07-08-2008, 09:27 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by ...54M4K4H...
AssalamuAlaykum

Ah kool, masha'Allah didnt know that bit. So that means they'll be having a stall there too.

Sounding Good. Wonder if it'll be Akhee Bilal.

Never been Co-P before, just head mashed stuff about it. Khayr insha'Allah sounds fab does this.

WassalamuAlaykum

:inshallah the park is a safe venue
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.: Jannati :.
07-09-2008, 01:56 PM
Everythings Happenin' in places like these..you're all very lucky Masha'Allah
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Re.TiReD
07-09-2008, 01:57 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by LuvAlSunnah
Everythings Happenin' in places like these..you're all very lucky Masha'Allah
AssalamuAlaykum

Not true sis :D is very rare. You can go with me if ya want? :D

WassalamuAlaykum
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.: Jannati :.
07-09-2008, 01:59 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by ...54M4K4H...
AssalamuAlaykum

Not true sis :D is very rare. You can go with me if ya want? :D

WassalamuAlaykum
:w:

the only time I can make beautiful dreams like that happen is when I pass my driving lol! :(
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Re.TiReD
07-09-2008, 02:01 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by LuvAlSunnah
:w:

the only time I can make beautiful dreams like that happen is when I pass my driving lol! :(
AssalamuAlaykum

Get Urby and we'll arrange summin :D

Lol ok off-topic :-[

WassalamuAlaykum
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.: Jannati :.
07-09-2008, 02:02 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by ...54M4K4H...
AssalamuAlaykum

Get Urby and we'll arrange summin :D

Lol ok off-topic :-[

WassalamuAlaykum

you're both too far from me..

everything always is..

:( ok ok I'll stop going off topic

:cry:

:w:
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S_87
07-15-2008, 09:15 PM
oh cool, i wonder if theyd have like a sisters only bouncy castle.

ill be there inshaAllah, not too far from that area anyhow. any other sisters going? :)
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Re.TiReD
07-23-2008, 03:27 PM
:bump:

Saturday insha'Allah should be good :D
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piXie
07-23-2008, 06:34 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by amani
any other sisters going? :)
:w:

Me insha'Allaah, sounds GUD! n we'll get to see fishy on a donkey ride ...:haha:

must tell th bAA crew too. This'll be a fun n beneficial get together insha'Allaah - Hope the weathers nice :p
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printpoint
07-23-2008, 06:48 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by Abu Ghurabah
Im only going for the speeches, Murtaza Khan is one of my favourite lecturers, whens his speech...?
His speech is 11:30-12:30 including question and answer inshaa'Allaah

Jalal ibn Sa'eed is speaking 3.00-4:15; a presentation followed by a speech with question and answer.
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adam123
07-23-2008, 06:50 PM
qari abdul basits son is coming this saturday to bolton zakariya masjid then to west yorskhire on sunday
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'Abd al-Baari
07-23-2008, 07:31 PM
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I didn't realise that we had a few members froum around these parts, Alhamdulillah.

Hope the weathers nice
Insha'Allah.

His speech is 11:30-12:30 including question and answer inshaa'Allaah

Jalal ibn Sa'eed is speaking 3.00-4:15; a presentation followed by a speech with question and answer.
JazakAllah Khayr akhee. :)

Quick question, do you know when Kamal Uddin's 'performing'?

:w:
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printpoint
07-23-2008, 07:40 PM
InshaAllah 12.30 to 1.20 followed by Adhaan
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Uthman
07-23-2008, 07:47 PM
Jalal Ibn Sa'eed is one of my favourite lectureres, Mashaa'Allah. Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend but let us know it went. Will the event be filmed/televised?
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S_87
07-23-2008, 08:20 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by piXie
:w:


must tell th bAA crew too. This'll be a fun n beneficial get together insha'Allaah - Hope the weathers nice :p
ooh well im sure they could do with some sheep for the BBQ ;p
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jannat
07-23-2008, 08:27 PM
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Have a great time there! Hope it will be beneficial to u all inshallah! Jalal ibn saeed top speaker!mashallah, i like imam suhaib webb, brother jalal and bro yasir Qadhi speeches...

Enjoy it!! i will be working inshallah on Sat, Hope the weather going to be nice for u all . Ameen:D
oh and i heard, i know off topic, but Junaid jamshed will be in the Uk. i think hes already been or will be in Leeds for a charity show.
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S_87
07-23-2008, 08:33 PM
^^ hes already been up blackburn too
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jannat
07-23-2008, 08:35 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by amani
^^ hes already been up blackburn too
really, thats great , did you see him! mashallah hes a good speaker!!:D
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S_87
07-23-2008, 08:45 PM
nah i didnt. My sister did, she told me :)
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Re.TiReD
07-25-2008, 04:31 PM
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Ohh...Awww :( Noo! Ima miss quite a lot....lookin at the times of the speakers there....What a pity...SubhanAllah :( And Piskie, I aint riding a donkey :-[ lol what a lack of hayaa :p lol see you there insha'Allah

:wasalamex
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HumbleServant
07-26-2008, 01:33 AM
As wr wb,

Wow, there are quite a lot of people from around these Lancashire ends then...masha'allah..

Count me in tomorrow, should be a great event :)
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S_87
07-27-2008, 11:46 AM
^^^ oooh you should have told me you were gonna be there! i would have tried to meet you up. :( or maybe i did see you :D
was a great event, lovely weather, hope theres another one next year. Just had no wudhu facilities :( boohoo.
And i got to meet 4 LI sister, 3 of whom almost made me fall down:raging:
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Ayesha Rana
07-27-2008, 12:08 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by amani
ooh well im sure they could do with some sheep for the BBQ ;p
no thanks :p i had chicken... lol!
It was really good Masha'Allah, the lectures were beautiful and inspiritng, Adhaan was clear and lovely, the weather was great too and to top it up u people were there!!!! Hey Amani, does it take u that long to reply to a text:p
hehe and ur baking was fabulous-yum but im gonna get u for selling off the custard trifle thing before i could buy some lol!
-xXx-
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S_87
07-27-2008, 12:18 PM
you should have told me and i would have saved some for you. But i got some at home, come on over and ill make you eat it all :p
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Ayesha Rana
07-27-2008, 12:23 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by amani
you should have told me and i would have saved some for you. But i got some at home, come on over and ill make you eat it all :p
you didn't tell me you could cook so well! anyhow id already stuffed maself with ur cookies an choc cake lol! :p
yeah gimme gimme u can fax me the lot!!! Mwah!

(u naughty girl gon an discovered me lol!)
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'Abd al-Baari
07-27-2008, 12:36 PM
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It was really good Masha'Allah, the lectures were beautiful and inspiritng, Adhaan was clear and lovely, the weather was great too and to top it up u people were there!!!! .
Yeh it was, Alhamdulillah. I think though it could have just been segregated a bit more, (or a lot) but apart from that it was a great day.

Sis amani, there were wudhu facilities there, i was told by one of the stall holders, unless they were for men only. Were you running a stall there?

:w:
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Ayesha Rana
07-27-2008, 12:59 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by Abdul Baari
:sl:



Yeh it was, Alhamdulillah. I think though it could have just been segregated a bit more, (or a lot) but apart from that it was a great day.
I agree, we had to go right to the other end of the park to eat. it would have been nice if they'd had a closed off area for the sisters and one for the bros or something. Still it was worth going for the lectures and stuff. Wasn't Yvonne Ridely supposed to be there? or maybe she did turn up and i never noticed lol
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piXie
07-27-2008, 04:00 PM
:sl:

lol the lectures were awesome mashaAllaah, n Jalal Ibn Sa'eed is sooo full of life! :) Kamal Uddin's recitation of surah al asr was amazing!
mashaAllaah, may Allaah reward them all!!!!

enjoyed the BBQ also



format_quote Originally Posted by amani
And i got to meet 4 LI sister, 3 of whom almost made me fall down:raging:
wasn't me, do I get cake? :p

SubhanAllaah, we have soooo many blessings to be grateful for..family, friends, food, health, a fun day out etc alhamdulillaah. There are those out there who are starving wid hunger, imprisoned.. tortured etc. One day Allaah will ask us abt the days we enjoyed n our countless blessings. Lets not forget our duty to Him... n our duty to our brothers n sisters who are less fortunate then us. Help them, and remember them in ur du'aas always. :cry:
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07-27-2008, 04:19 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by amani
And i got to meet 4 LI sister, 3 of whom almost made me fall down:raging:
Sorry didn't mean to shock you with my sheepSy presence! :-[ Now be a good nani! :p

The weather was lovely mashaallaah and the lectures were awesome! Jalal ibn saeed was great!! And I like the way the guy with the loadspeaker was telling all the brothers off for not coming to pray!

Oh and the BBQ was yum:D (chicken of course! :raging:)

SubhanAllaah, we have soooo many blessings to be grateful for..family, friends, food, health, a fun day out etc alhamdulillaah. There are those out there who are starving wid hunger, imprisoned.. tortured etc. One day Allaah will ask us abt the days we enjoyed n our countless blessings. Lets not forget our duty to Him... n our duty to our brothers n sisters who are less fortunate then us. Help them, and remember them in ur du'aas always.
So true, May Allah give the muslims gratitude for what we have and prevent us from doing israaf. And ya Allah protect our Muslim brothers and sisters who have been suffering at the stake of their religiong while we are sitting here in luxury... ameen:cry:
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S_87
07-27-2008, 04:53 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by Abdul Baari
:sl:



Yeh it was, Alhamdulillah. I think though it could have just been segregated a bit more, (or a lot) but apart from that it was a great day.

Sis amani, there were wudhu facilities there, i was told by one of the stall holders, unless they were for men only. Were you running a stall there?

:w:
:w:
i asked a few of the volunteers where there was wudhu facilities, one told me theres a big tub of water outside the tents but when i asked the volunteers by the tents they told me theres none and u gotta do wudhu urself and can pray at the back of the tent.
and yes i was :hiding:

and yeh that jalal guy was really interesting. At the end he was doing a talk on eid, was really nice:statisfie and pixie you did almost make me fall when you managed to scare me :rollseyes i still cant get over how you guys managed to do that :raging:

and AR yeh, yvonne ridley was supposed to be there.. dunno what happened. :?
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Noorideen
07-27-2008, 06:05 PM
Murtaza Khan's speech was a bit disappointing though it was okay, Jalal Ibn Sa'eed's was emaan-boosting but he said some dodgy stuff...

Us bros had a stall we made loads Alhamdulillaah, all the moneys for charity anywayz...and Yvonne Ridley couldnt make it, she had to go to another country, cant remember which...

the free-mixing was messed.

btw this is Abu Ghurabah not Noorideen

Abdullah i forgot about you, never even saw you there man...where you hiding?
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piXie
07-27-2008, 06:39 PM
:sl:

format_quote Originally Posted by amani
pixie you did almost make me fall when you managed to scare me :rollseyes i still cant get over how you guys managed to do that :raging:
Do what? Are u getting confused again amani? :D

format_quote Originally Posted by Noorideen
Murtaza Khan's speech was a bit disappointing though it was okay, Jalal Ibn Sa'eed's was emaan-boosting but he said some dodgy stuff...
What did he say tht was dodgy?
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S_87
07-27-2008, 08:22 PM
Abu Ghurabah, which stall did you have?

pixie- miss the sign i had stuck on me just for you and manage to know i was me
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jannat
07-27-2008, 08:42 PM
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It sounds like u all had a great time, mashallah. i hear u like Brother Jalal, hes great speaker, he down to manchester and talked about paradise...


and some of u got to meet sisters , cool,any sisters from Mcr on LI??
i hope more islamic events happen over the summer inshallah.. hope u it was beneficial .:D
:w:
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HumbleServant
07-27-2008, 09:21 PM
Salaam,

Lol sis amani didn't know you'd be there 8-)

It was good... but as the brother mentioned segregation was an issue.. which is of course difficult but it would have been good to have the stalls in a better location etc.. Coz it seemed to become quite cramped. :| I didn't even get any food.... :o0 highlight of the day gone!

Nah Subhanallah, Allah reward the organisers for their sincere and great efforts. They did a great job from their side I think and it's clear as well. You can't control the majority of people from wandering into the 'other space'. The speeches were good - but I think it's down to the individuals for their lack of interest in the speeches, As brother Jalal pointed out.

Peoples priorities are different nowadays, it was more a fun day out for majority than a day to spend in benefitting the soul and educating oneself in Deen.

Allah have Mercy..
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'Abd al-Baari
07-27-2008, 10:26 PM
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Abdullah i forgot about you, never even saw you there man...where you hiding?
Lol no, i saw you once, but i was on my way to drop my sister off to my dad, and when i came back you were gone. You were busy though, Masha'Allah!

:w:
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Re.TiReD
07-28-2008, 04:28 PM
:salamext:

Masha'Allah was a fabbb dayy! Only had a few issues but lol I'm sure we can overlok them since the rest of it was good :p and btw Rose_Ice, you did see Humble Servant.:p

And LOL....annoying thing was the bro's blocking ur path asking for dontations, its like...'erm, I already paid the entrance fee like three times' and then another dude comes and asks for it again. A little rude when they give u no way to get past. But I made my lil sis give it and she cudnt get the cash into the box...lol

Oh and we didnt get a donkey ride piskel :p not that we would have but anyway...and btw..I dont think the segregation was that bad....like the families and bro's was mostly at top and if the sisters had stayed towards the borrom wudda been good...I missed Kamaluddin tho :(

And Jalal Ibn Sa'eed, I thought was quite good actually, although I didnt pay proper attention :-[ and I missed the rest of the lectures since....erm what was I doing? :p lol I dunno :-[ But yeahh....best thing was meeting 5 LI sisters :p :D

:wasalamex
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Noorideen
07-28-2008, 06:07 PM
Its Abu Ghurabah again ...

format_quote Originally Posted by piXie

What did he say tht was dodgy?
First thing was he didnt give the right answer to the question, does neglecting Salaah make one a kaafir, he failed to show both sides correctly and ignored the 6th condition of the shahadah - Submission.

Secondly, towards the end, he way over did the Eid thing, and made it sound far more important than it was, and actually said that he believed having a unity on Eid was the solution to unifying the ummah - basically he was trying to sell his "1Eid" event.

Thirdly, he said it was halaal for us to live in this country so long as we pay a bit of money towards da'wah (now for anyone who has studied, or researched a little about hijrah they would know how stupid this sounds). Its not allowed to live in a non-muslim country save a few exceptions, and they are on a temporary basis.

format_quote Originally Posted by amani
Abu Ghurabah, which stall did you have?
lol *ahem*

format_quote Originally Posted by Abdul Baari
:sl:

Lol no, i saw you once, but i was on my way to drop my sister off to my dad, and when i came back you were gone. You were busy though, Masha'Allah!

:w:
Yeah man, busy day...Alhamdulillah we did good...

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My bro and my sister actually recorded the lectures which i didnt know on their MP3 Recorder, its not that good quality, but its decent...so far those who wish to benefit inshaa'Allaah you can get he lectures from Fisabeelillah.



Lessons From The Past - Murtaza Khan



Download

[Its in WAV format, when i tried converting it into mp3 the quality decreased...so i kept and uploaded it in WAV]


Every Heart has a Passing Cloud - Jalal Ibn Sa'eed



Download

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piXie
07-28-2008, 06:33 PM
:salamext:

format_quote Originally Posted by amani
pixie- miss the sign i had stuck on me just for you and manage to know i was me
fishy gave me a good description of u. just like... u give to the cops :p

format_quote Originally Posted by JσℓιєFℓєυя
And LOL....annoying thing was the bro's blocking ur path asking for dontations, its like...'erm, I already paid the entrance fee like three times'
oh there was an entrance fee? :o oops we parked far away n kinda came in through th side gate to avoid th sun... didn't kno.. :zip:

n 3 times? seems like u made up for ours missing it... thnx



Oh and we didnt get a donkey ride piskel :p
:(

I dont think the segregation was that bad
It was GUD arrangements, even the tent had a covering seperating the sisters n brothers alhamdulillaah. m surprised no one mentioned tht. n outside was.. maaany moms n dads wid their young kids mostly. :rollseyes Family day...outside. It was difficult to segregate it completely.

best thing was meeting 5 LI sisters :p :D
tht sister with u...was she HumbleServant? :o
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piXie
07-28-2008, 08:13 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by Noorideen
First thing was he didnt give the right answer to the question, does neglecting Salaah make one a kaafir, he failed to show both sides correctly and ignored the 6th condition of the shahadah - Submission.
:salamext:

I'm slightly confused as to what you mean by a right answer. Aren't there different opinions with regards to whether neglecting Salaah makes one a kaafir or not? n I think due to the shortage of time, Jalal Ibn Sa'eed only gave a short n brief answer saying tht:

1. Those who believe prayer is not compulsory n it is enough to have a good heart, are not believers (because they are outrightly rejecting the verses of the Qur'aan)

2. Those who do not pray but they believe salaah to be compulsory (i.e they do not reject the verses of the Qur'aan) are faasiq and sinners.

nothin dodgy abt tht. hmm.


Secondly, towards the end, he way over did the Eid thing, and made it sound far more important than it was, and actually said that he believed having a unity on Eid was the solution to unifying the ummah - basically he was trying to sell his "1Eid" event.
I was not able to hear this lecture unfortunately, but don't you think it would be more better n more safer for us, if we gave 70 excuses before allowing ourselves to think that? :blind:

n by believing that having unity on Eid is the solution to unifying the Ummah is not really tht dodgy :hmm: There are more than one solutions to unifying the Ummah, nothing toooo dodgy abt tht, right? hmm. Ask him how, maybe he'll explain. wa Allaahu a'lim.

Thirdly, he said it was halaal for us to live in this country so long as we pay a bit of money towards da'wah (now for anyone who has studied, or researched a little about hijrah they would know how stupid this sounds). Its not allowed to live in a non-muslim country save a few exceptions, and they are on a temporary basis.



He said it was not allowed for us to live in a non muslim country unless we gave Da'wah, n this is true. JazakAllaah Khayr for the recordings, I would like to listen to those lectures again insha'Allaah.
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S_87
07-28-2008, 09:40 PM
Secondly, towards the end, he way over did the Eid thing, and made it sound far more important than it was, and actually said that he believed having a unity on Eid was the solution to unifying the ummah - basically he was trying to sell his "1Eid" event.
i actually enjoyed that part of the talk :hiding:
Thirdly, he said it was halaal for us to live in this country so long as we pay a bit of money towards da'wah (now for anyone who has studied, or researched a little about hijrah they would know how stupid this sounds). Its not allowed to live in a non-muslim country save a few exceptions, and they are on a temporary basis.
from what i understood he said dawah is the thing that makes it allowed for us to live in this country, so we should give money and support dawah in any form we can :? or something like that

and your ahem didnt answer my question.
Was it a book stall? there were quite a few of them :?

and pixie jolie didnt even recognise me when she saw me :p

jolie where was the entrance fee? i didnt know there was one LOL
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Faye
07-28-2008, 09:52 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by printpoint
:sl:
Ruqiah (exorcism) and Hujama (bloodletting) from the Sunnah (no prior appointment needed).
What is Ruqiah and Hujama? Where in the Sunnat is this mentioned? How come I've never heard of it before?
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jzcasejz
07-29-2008, 01:32 AM
format_quote Originally Posted by Faye
What is Ruqiah and Hujama? Where in the Sunnat is this mentioned? How come I've never heard of it before?
I think the translations in the brackets are a lil' confusing. Hijaamah basically is cupping, and here's a piece on Ruqyah.
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arabianprincess
07-29-2008, 03:39 AM
i wish we have like some islamic events in michigan... well i never know about em... but inshallah i look it up. :) welll good luck u guys..
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Re.TiReD
07-29-2008, 04:54 PM
:salamext:

Lol it wasnt an 'entrance fee'...but...lol maybe only I had the misfortune of brothers blocking my path about a dozen times then huh? :skeleton:

And LOL amani I did recognise you, just that you recognised me first :p also I think I mistook you for your sis at first. And nah piskie, the sis with me wasnt Humble Servant, erm...lol I'll tell you who Humble Servant was the next time I talk to you lol insha'Allah.

Also, lol come on, you're in an open park...how good do you think the segregation is gonna be? :rollseyes lol wasnt that bad if you keep to your own side .i.e. just stay listening to lectures innit

:wasalamex
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Trn2allah
07-30-2008, 06:05 PM
Assalamau alaikum
What did you guys make of the event?
Did you watch the video presentation or did you just jump around on the bouncy castle eating barbequed chicken?
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Re.TiReD
07-30-2008, 08:03 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by Trn2allah
did you just jump around on the bouncy castle eating barbequed chicken?
Wa'alaykum salam

No, we rolled down the hill and jumped into the lake :skeleton: Course we listened to the lectures akhee! And if you read above you'll see what we made of the event. Was pretty well organised masha'Allah.

WassalamuAlaykum
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S_87
07-30-2008, 08:49 PM
only kids were allowed on the jumping castle. not adults. even if youre someone elses kid and youre an adult.

i missed the vid presentation. well i was there but not in the tent.
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Re.TiReD
07-30-2008, 08:51 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by amani
only kids were allowed on the jumping castle. not adults. even if youre someone elses kid and youre an adult.
Lol :D amani even asked if her kids could use the bouncy castle (kids meaning myself and the baa lot)....we was refused :cry: :p
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HumbleServant
07-30-2008, 11:02 PM
Jolie... I'll be listening to wat u have to say to amani! :o

Segregation yeah of coursseee thats true HOWEVER.... it makes it a little uncomfortable. Personally, I didn't go to any of the stalls, or even have any food :| because it was quite queued up etc... it would have been good to have brothers on one side with their stalls, and sisters on another with their stalls - that includes books, etc, and food. So basically bros have their side for their things and you can have the same stalls they have - for women. Thats possible, is it not?

But again, a good sincere effort masha allah. I just wish the crowds were more interested in the talks than the rides and attraction outside. Allah make it so the next time anything like this happens..
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piXie
07-31-2008, 03:45 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by HumbleServant
I just wish the crowds were more interested in the talks than the rides and attraction outside. Allah make it so the next time anything like this happens..
:sl:

Aameen. Maybe many of them were interested, but because they were parents with kids screaming to go on the rides, they couldn't attend the lectures. I myself missed the Eid Lecture because I had to take my younger cousin to the toilets and on a donkey ride. :exhausted
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08-10-2008, 04:02 PM
I'm slightly confused as to what you mean by a right answer. Aren't there different opinions with regards to whether neglecting Salaah makes one a kaafir or not? n I think due to the shortage of time, Jalal Ibn Sa'eed only gave a short n brief answer saying tht:
No. If you miss out Salaah you are kaafir. That was the Sahaabahs opinions. Refer to my sig for more information.
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Brother_Mujahid
08-10-2008, 04:26 PM
format_quote Originally Posted by - Serene -

No. If you miss out Salaah you are kaafir. That was the Sahaabahs opinions. Refer to my sig for more information.
nope if you abandon prayer completely.
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