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Yanal
06-03-2009, 03:11 AM
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I recently bought this book called "Islams do and nots" which basically covers any haaram and halal topic so if you have any concerns post here and I will find the truth inshAllah.

@ mods this is in the wrong section I know so could you move it in the correct one. JazakAllah Khayr.
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Yanal
06-03-2009, 03:43 AM
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A few samples of what the book contains:
The merits of ablution
The basic condition for the prayer is to observe proper ablution with pure water. It is indeed a meritorious act. It is reported that the messanger of Allah(PBUH) said " if any muslim after performing ablution well stands to offer a optional prayer of two rakat with devotion of heart with face set towards the Qibla,the paradise will be guaranteed for him."

Hoping for death
it is unlawful to be desirous of death because it is contrary to the wish of Allah. It is reported that the Prophet(PBUH) said " None of you shall wish for death nor shall he call for it before the fixed time. In case a man is pious one,death will deprive him of doing more good deeds
for the benefit of mankind. On the other hand if he is bad,he will lose an opportunity to seek forgivness from Allah for the expiation of his vices. It is reported that Muhammad(SAWS) said " none of you shall aspire for death. If he is righteous man,perchance he may add to his good deeds and if he is a sinner,perchance he may repentant

Constant remembrance of death
This world is a prison for the believer. Only death can take him out of this world which is full of troubles,temptations,sins and vanities. Hence it is a gift to be a believer. It is reported that Allahs Apostle said " The boon of a believer is death"

Death is a great admonisher. It's remembrance is quite lawful because it prevents man from committing sins. The believer who is afraid of death,tried to adorn his life with all noble virtues so that he may be rewarded with Paradise in the next world. It is reported that Allahs Apostle said " Increase the remembrance of the destroyer of all pleasures(death)

These are a few samples of what this great book contains,any question please post them here as I can assist you (my brothers and sisters) in this world for our good.

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Yanal
06-03-2009, 04:03 AM
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This particular one can be for the LI staff:
The blessed Prophet(SAWS) said " When we appoint someone to an administrive post and provide him with an allowance,anything he takes beyond that is called unfaithful dealing."

The officers as public servants should deal with the public gently. It is unlawful for them to adopt harsh attitude towards the public,Allaha Apostle once said " Whom casts a glance at a brother which frightens him,Allah will frighten him on the day of Judgement."

They should give ease and comfort to the public. They should administer justice to the people by redressing their grievances. They should establish peace in the area under jurisdiction.

May Allah bless you guys and me with the best and make our families in paradise,and may you all (LI staff) follow this.

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Yanal
06-03-2009, 04:16 AM
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This post will be about basic marriage. For the brothers who yet to marry:).
The choice of the couple is of greatest consideration regarding marriage. If both sexes are not of equal facilities,qualities and status,the purpose of marriage is frustrated. The outstanding qualifications of the bride should be: A) She should be a chaste and beautiful virgin.
B) She must have a child-bearing capacity and religious temperament.
C) She must posses an affectionate nature,polished manner and polite habits.
It is reported that Allahs Apostle said " When you are sought in marriage by a person with whom you are pleased for his religion and character,get yourself married to him. If you do not do it,there will be distress and wide spread dissention in the world.

May Allah make us have wives like this. Ameen.

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Yanal
06-03-2009, 04:22 AM
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Almost everything is covered:

From order:Faith,prayer,fasting,zakat, piligrimage,Jihad, relationships with anyone(I.e relatives and neighbors) food, dress,ornaments,perfume, gambling,theft,begging all characteristics, and much more.

So please feel free to ask.
This book is by A.Rahman Shad.

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Yanal
06-03-2009, 02:28 PM
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Shirk

Shirk (association of deity or dieties with God) is a major sin. It is not less than a rebellion against the unity of God. It also amounts to an act of hypocrisy to pay lip service to religion but abandon it practically. The beliefs and ideas; devotional acts and religious observances,social system and laws of a Muslim in an Islamic society should be based on submission to the will of Allah alone. It is resting with a person besides Allah. The holy Quran is a complete and divine code for human life. It must be understood and followed in it's entirety. It says " Whoso judgeth not by that which Allah has revealed:such are disbelievers.
In a short Islam demands of its believer to keep his servitude,his living and dying in accordance with
the injunctions of Allah. The holy Quran affirms:
" Say :Lo! My worship and my sacriface and my living and my dying for Allah,Lord of the Worlds. He hath no partner. This am I command and I am the first of those who surrender(unto him).". (6:163,164)
Such should be the attitude of a Muslim. If any aspect of life of the believer is eliminated,he cannot hold the fast the pillars of the faith on which the edfice of Islam stands. The good of mankind is inherent in the Shariah blessed by Allah. If a person imagines his betterment in working against the legislation given by Allah he is mistaken.


May Allah keep us all away from Shirk. Ameen!

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Yanal
06-03-2009, 11:05 PM
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Patience(What I really need.... Make dua)

Patience means to deny something to oneself. It is one of the best attributes of man. Some people display patience at physical tortures whereas the others remain patient over passions and immortal tendencies. The latter bears out more rewards as compared with the former. Patience is the quality which enables one to bear many hardships with manliness and cross many hurdles. It is the determining factor in mans life The Holy Quran affirms " But if you preserve patiently and guard against evil;then that will be a determining factor in all affairs."
In other verses the Holy Quran says " And seek assistance through patience and prayer;and it is hard save for the humble minded."
" O you who believe: be paient and be in patience and remain steadfast and fear Allah that you may be successful."

Impatience drives away the peace of the mind and charm of life. It fills it with pain and sorrow. It generally excites the mind of impending dangers and difficulties but a competent man should face those situations calmly and patiently to avert calamities.

May Allah make all of us have patience all the time! Ameen

Btw is this beneficial for anyone ?

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SistaSista
06-03-2009, 11:15 PM
Jazakallahu khair, good thread

can you tell me more about relationships with people, especially friends and family.

Salam
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Yanal
06-03-2009, 11:23 PM
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InshAllah.

Rights of Parents
Islam lays a great emphasis upon the believers to rever and render services to their parents whole heartedly and be grateful to them because they spare no pain in bringing them up. It is unlawful for the children to disobey their parents by setting aside their meritorious services. The holy Quran says " Thy Lord hath decreed that ye worship none save him and that you show kindness to parents. Have mercy on them both as they did care me when I was little."

InshAllah I have to go now but in one hour I will post more about it.

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Yanal
06-04-2009, 12:52 AM
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Islam lays the highest stress on affection and service to mother. It does not mean that the father may be ignored. HE must be highlyl respected to win favour of Allah. It is reported that Allahs Apostle said “ The pleasure of Allah is in the pleasure of the father and the displeasure Allah lies in the displeasure of the father.”Both parents merit respect and obedience from their children. If a child can afford to sustain he should serve them and bear the burden oftheir sustenance especially in old age without any resentment. This service must be accompanied by willing signs of respect affection and regard. Allahs apostle once said “Let him be humbled to dust. HE who sees either of his parents of old age or sees both of them and does not enter paradise it is because he did not serve them well and thus not entitled to paradise.”Your affectionate look at your parents brings you the highest appreciation and reward from Allah.. In islam parental disobedience has been vehemently disapproved. Similarly it is extremlu undesirable rather unlawful to rebuke any one in the name of father and mother because it is equivalent to rebuking ones own parents. It is unlawful to neglect parents even if they are from different teligion does not mean that absolve children from the obligation of maintaing and serving the parents. Asma bint Abu bakr reported :A women came to the Prophet and asked “My mother has come while she is not a muslim. Should I show her respect ? He replied “Yes,you must show her respect.Though it is lawful to disobey the parents when they have become the sworn enemies of Islam. As the duty towards Allah is more important than the service to parents,the latter must be sacrificed in preference to the former as Prophet Abraham(Peace be upon him) did,the holy Quran says “WE have enjoined on man kindness to parents;but if they strive to make thee join with Me that of which thou hast no knowledge then obey them not.

May Allah keep our families in great shape of imaan and make them come with us in Paradise inshAllah! Ameen
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Yanal
06-11-2009, 02:33 PM
Ameen to all duas,should I post more brothers and sisters ?
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~Taalibah~
06-11-2009, 05:34 PM
i've just browsed thru, interesting to read and great book u caught bro.
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Yanal
06-11-2009, 07:43 PM
any questions please ask here:).
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Yanal
06-28-2009, 12:34 AM
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I am available right now for 30 minutes if you have a question,any kind of question relating with Islam.

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