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mohammed farah
01-30-2007, 10:40 AM
This is a good nasheed, check out the Islam website this person made. www.RAHMANA4.PICZO.COM, pass it on to other Muslims.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vu0_ufJIKE&eurl=
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SUMMAYAH
01-30-2007, 10:42 AM
Mashallah. It's beautiful. I miss my mum!!!!!!!!!!:cry: imsad
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-Shakirah-
01-30-2007, 10:54 AM
OMG!! the ending is so sad...............
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SUMMAYAH
01-30-2007, 01:16 PM
I've playing replaying it again and again. The ending makes me cry soooooo much each time.
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SATalha
01-30-2007, 02:30 PM
Yeah the same happened with my sisters.... I DIDNT CRY
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Sabbir_1
01-30-2007, 05:35 PM
i dont think its the best nasheed ever, but its a good nasheed.. Allah knows, is a nice nasheed..
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Kittygyal
01-30-2007, 05:39 PM
salamualikum.
OMG!!! i miss me mam :cry:
Ma'assalama
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SUMMAYAH
01-30-2007, 06:02 PM
I really want to adopt an orphan child...............I've made my mind up.Anyone know how I should go about it?
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mohammed farah
01-30-2007, 06:03 PM
Islamic legal rulings about foster parenting and adoption
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) once said that a person who cares for an orphaned child will be in Paradise with him, and motioned to show that they would be as close as two fingers of a single hand. An orphan himself, Muhammad paid special attention to the care of children. He himself adopted a former slave and raised him with the same care as if he were his own son.

However, the Qur'an gives specific rules about the legal relationship between a child and his/her adoptive family. The child's biological family is never hidden; their ties to the child are never severed. The Qur'an specifically reminds adoptive parents that they are not the child's biological parents:

"...Nor has He made your adopted sons your (biological) sons. Such is (only) your (manner of) speech by your mouths. But Allah tells (you) the Truth, and He shows the (right) Way. Call them by (the names of) their fathers; that is juster in the sight of Allah. But if you know not their father's (names, call them) your brothers in faith, or your trustees. But there is no blame on you if you make a mistake therein. (What counts is) the intention of your hearts. And Allah is Oft-Returning, Most Merciful."

(Qur'an 33:4-5)

The guardian/child relationship has specific rules under Islamic law, which render the relationship a bit different than what is common adoption practice today. The Islamic term for what is commonly called adoption is kafala, which comes from a word that means "to feed." In essence, it describes more of a foster-parent relationship. Some of the rules in Islam surrounding this relationship:

An adopted child retains his or her own biological family name (surname) and does not change his or her name to match that of the adoptive family.
An adopted child inherits from his or her biological parents, not automatically from the adoptive parents.
When the child is grown, members of the adoptive family are not considered blood relatives, and are therefore not muhrim to him or her. "Muhrim" refers to a specific legal relationship that regulates marriage and other aspects of life. Essentially, members of the adoptive family would be permissible as possible marriage partners, and rules of modesty exist between the grown child and adoptive family members of the opposite sex.
If the child is provided with property/wealth from the biological family, adoptive parents are commanded to take care and not intermingle that property/wealth with their own. They serve merely as trustees.
These Islamic rules emphasize to the adoptive family that they are not taking the place of the biological family -- they are trustees and caretakers of someone else's child. Their role is very clearly defined, but nevertheless very valued and important.

It is also important to note that in Islam, the extended family network is vast and very strong. It is rare for a child to be completely orphaned, without a single family member to care for him or her. Islam places a great emphasis on the ties of kinship -- a completely abandoned child is practically unheard of. Islamic law would place an emphasis on locating a relative to care for the child, before allowing someone outside of the family, much less the community or country, to adopt and remove the child from his or her familial, cultural, and religious roots. This is especially important during times of war, famine, or economic crisis -- when families may be temporarily uprooted or divided.

"Did He not find you an orphan and give you shelter? And He found you wandering, and He gave you guidance. And He found you in need, and made you independent. Therefore, treat not the orphan with harshness, nor drive away a petitioner (unheard). But the bounty of the Lord - rehearse and proclaim!"

(Qur'an 93:6-11)
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MusLiM 4 LiFe
01-30-2007, 06:05 PM
sooooooooo wikid.. i luv dt trak!
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Sabbir_1
01-30-2007, 06:06 PM
pizza in his pocket is better..
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SUMMAYAH
01-30-2007, 06:06 PM
Jazakallah for that. Do you know of any organisations that I could approach.
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mohammed farah
01-30-2007, 06:08 PM
Originally Posted by SUMMAYAH
Jazakallah for that. Do you know of any organisations that I could approach.
http://islam.adoption.com/
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MusLiM 4 LiFe
01-30-2007, 06:11 PM
noo, pizza in his pocket is weird lol
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SUMMAYAH
01-30-2007, 06:15 PM
Jazakallah
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Kittygyal
01-30-2007, 06:15 PM
Originally Posted by MusLiM 4 LiFe
noo, pizza in his pocket is weird lol
salamualikum.
that is kinda like rap && it's kinda funny aswel.
Ma'assalama
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Samira_01
01-30-2007, 09:13 PM
mashallah top nasheed :D

but but .. i hv posted dis tread before ..:rolleyes:
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Al_Imaan
01-30-2007, 09:19 PM
Originally Posted by khalil27
i dont think its the best nasheed ever, but its a good nasheed.. Allah knows, is a nice nasheed..
same here.......
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