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m102313
07-10-2007, 08:16 PM
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Please pass these to your friends and family members.

1. Scientists had proved that the sound which comes from heart beat is "LUB DUB". But now they analyse that in fact it is "RUB RUB"... "RUB" is an Arabic word which means 'who made each and everything.... That is ALLAH............ So it means every heart beat says ALLAH ALLAH............. If u believe in this........... forward this to all ur friends and family.

2. The Holy Prophet (SAW) said, "Stop doing everything during the Azaan, even reading the Quran, the person who talks during the Azaan will not be able to say the Kalima E Shahada on his / her death bed.... Please pass this message to fellow Muslims as a little something to be aware of and please always remember it.

3.Dont say 'Mosque'..... say 'Masjid'. It was found that the meaning of 'Mosque' is from the Spanish word for 'Mosquitoes' and dates back to when the Spanish under the rule of King Ferdinand during the Crusades said they were gonna go and swat the Muslims "like mosquitos."

4.Don't write "Mecca"........ Its means 'house of wines'. Write 'MAKKAH'.

5.Don't write the name of Our Prophet (S.A.W) or your name in short as 'MOHD '........... It means 'The dog with big mouth' so write 'MUHAMMAD'

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'Abd al-Baari
07-12-2007, 03:43 PM
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someoe of that is totally new to me
Jazakallah Khair for sharing bro :)
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ummAbdillah
07-12-2007, 04:38 PM
1. Scientists had proved that the sound which comes from heart beat is "LUB DUB". But now they analyse that in fact it is "RUB RUB"... "RUB" is an Arabic word which means 'who made each and everything.... That is ALLAH............ So it means every heart beat says ALLAH ALLAH............. If u believe in this........... forward this to all ur friends and family.
Asalamu Alakum, this is yet another sign of Allah subhanahu wa taala!
Jazakallah Khayr for sharing!
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Intisar
07-12-2007, 04:45 PM
Jazakallah Khayran brother.
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Ourra-Tul-'Ain
07-12-2007, 04:45 PM
Jazakallah Kair for that information brother:D
Allahu Akbar!
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*~Sofia~*
07-12-2007, 07:43 PM
salams

jazakAllah for sharing bro, i guess we learn something new every day :)
jazakallah once again

wasalam
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Salaam
07-12-2007, 08:14 PM
Originally Posted by moabubaker

2. The Holy Prophet (SAW) said, "Stop doing everything during the Azaan, even reading the Quran, the person who talks during the Azaan will not be able to say the Kalima E Shahada on his / her death bed.... Please pass this message to fellow Muslims as a little something to be aware of and please always remember it.
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do u have any reference for this?

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wilberhum
07-12-2007, 08:28 PM
Originally Posted by Salaam
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do u have any reference for this?

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I would like to see a referende for the entire statements.
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m102313
07-21-2007, 08:54 AM
No. I don't have reference now, one of the sheikh's sent me email. Insha'allah, i will ask him for the references and post back.
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Soulja Girl
09-14-2007, 03:00 PM
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Someone just sent me this as an Email and I thought I'd share it wiv you guys!

Scientists have proven that the sound which comes from the Heartbeat is LUB DUB. But now they analyse that it is RUB RUB... "RUB" is an Arabic word which means who made each and everything...That is ALLAH...So it means every Heartbeat says ALLAH ALLAH...

The Holy Prophet :arabic5: said, "stop doing everything during the Adhan, even reading the :quran:, the person who talks during the Adhan will not be able to say the Kalima E Shahada on his/her death bed..."

Please always remember this...Don’t say "Mosque "...Say "Masjid"...Islamic organization found the meaning of "Mosque" Is...."Mosquitoes "...Don’t write
"Mecca" It means "House of Wines" write "MAKKAH" and don’t write the name of Our Prophet :arabic5: or your name in short as "MOHD"...It means..."The Dog with a BIG Mouth." So write "MUHAMMAD."

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Ibn Al Aqwa
09-14-2007, 03:04 PM
Subhanallah Jazakallah for sharing

yeh, they started saying "mosquito" because they said the muslims looked like mosquitos when they flocked to and from the masjid

AllahHuAkbar, the heart thing is amazing
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m102313
09-14-2007, 03:10 PM
Hey i already posted this before, please delete this one, no need to have two.

http://www.islamicboard.com/general/...few-facts.html

BTW Please look or search before posting.

Jazakallahu Khairan
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nevesirth
09-14-2007, 03:10 PM
i Dont Knw Why Some Muslims Still Say Mosque. Thnx For Sharing
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Kittygyal
09-14-2007, 08:06 PM
Salam.
Shukran sista, much appreciated
Ma'assalama
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wilberhum
09-14-2007, 08:26 PM
Originally Posted by moabubaker
Hey i already posted this before, please delete this one, no need to have two.

http://www.islamicboard.com/general/...few-facts.html

BTW Please look or search before posting.

Jazakallahu Khairan
Yes and you said;
No. I don't have reference now, one of the sheikh's sent me email. Insha'allah, i will ask him for the references and post back.
But no reference was ever given. I wonder why?
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Shukri
09-15-2007, 01:07 AM
Oh thats really interesting.
Please post if you have a reference to this.
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Woodrow
09-15-2007, 02:04 AM
Originally Posted by moabubaker
:w:

Please pass these to your friends and family members.

1. Scientists had proved that the sound which comes from heart beat is "LUB DUB". But now they analyse that in fact it is "RUB RUB"... "RUB" is an Arabic word which means 'who made each and everything.... That is ALLAH............ So it means every heart beat says ALLAH ALLAH............. If u believe in this........... forward this to all ur friends and family.

2. The Holy Prophet (SAW) said, "Stop doing everything during the Azaan, even reading the Quran, the person who talks during the Azaan will not be able to say the Kalima E Shahada on his / her death bed.... Please pass this message to fellow Muslims as a little something to be aware of and please always remember it.

3.Dont say 'Mosque'..... say 'Masjid'. It was found that the meaning of 'Mosque' is from the Spanish word for 'Mosquitoes' and dates back to when the Spanish under the rule of King Ferdinand during the Crusades said they were gonna go and swat the Muslims "like mosquitos."

4.Don't write "Mecca"........ Its means 'house of wines'. Write 'MAKKAH'.

5.Don't write the name of Our Prophet (S.A.W) or your name in short as 'MOHD '........... It means 'The dog with big mouth' so write 'MUHAMMAD'

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this has been around at least twice and so far nobody has come up with a reference to it's validity. However there are some interesting things that have come up.


WORD For WORD: Is ‘mosque’ derived from ‘mosquito’?

Khaled Ahmed

In these days of paranoia, one hears Muslims say that the English word “mosque” should be laid aside because it has been derived from “mosquito”. Nothing could be farther from the truth

A reader asked from the wonderful Lahore journal “Renaissance” if the English word mosque was derived insultingly from mosquito. He had read it in a book titled “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Understanding Islam”.

The book said that during the Crusades, King Ferdinand of Spain had said that he would swat the Muslims like mosquitoes, and that was the origin of the word mosque, the place where the “mosquitoes” prayed.


As the title suggests the book was a spoof. The definition given there is also a spoof and anyone taking it seriously runs the risk of being an idiot
. Adnan Zulfiqar of “Renaissance” gave a very appropriate reply: the word had come from Spanish mezquita meaning mosque and became current long after King Ferdinand had had his day.

The Spanish-Portuguese civilisation that confronted the Arab conquest twisted the Arab words around quite a lot. Spain saw some of the most beautiful mosques being built on its soil. The place was called masjid by the conquerors and was taken as mesquita by the locals, which is mezquita in modern Spanish.

There is something to be said about the way Arabs themselves pronounce the sound “j”. We are told that Arabic doesn’t have the “g” sound. We have two versions of the word Gilani. The Arabs will say Jilani. Golan Heights are Jolan Heights in Arabic.

But there are Arabs that naturally convert “j” into “g”. For instance, Jemal Nasser is Gemal Nasser in Egypt. How would the Egyptians say masjid? While the spelling remains the same, the word will come out masgid. That’s not difficult to convert into mesquita.

English etymology makes it clear that mosque came into English in the 17th century from Italian moschea and French mosquee. The resemblance with mosquito is accidental. Mosquito came from Spanish as a derivative of mosca (fly).
Source: http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default...9-2-2003_pg3_7

Additional Source:
Mosque: The word "mosque" has been traced at least in rumor to either Queen Isabella or her husband, King Ferdinand, of Spain, who were expanding Christianity against the Muslims. One of these monarchs is supposed to have spoken their intention to swat the Muslims "like Mosquitoes," giving rise, it is claimed, to the word "mosque," the place where Muslims congregate. Muslims, therefore, prefer masjid to mosque. Anyone who can substantiate this is more than welcome to write me. The Oxford dictionary describes the origins of the word "mosque" as obscure, and it mentions English writers using forms drawn directly from the Arabic words masjid, mosged or muschid. The Oxford dictionary describes "mosque" as "a Muslim temple or place of worship."

September 9, 2006: A reader writes that 'mosque' derived from the word 'mosquito' is a myth and has sent me her search on the word.

SEE: http://www.fsmitha.com/defini.html
More Source: READER COMMENT (September 1, 2006)

Hi,
I read in your definitions on your website that mosque was derived from the term 'mosquito' which is actually a myth. I looked it up so that I'd have something scholarly to back me up..

"The modern-day English word "mosque", just like its equivalents in many other European <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europe> languages, derives from the word /masjid/ via Spanish
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_language> /mezquita/.^[1] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mosque#_note-Masdjid1> The pre-cursors of the word "mosque" appeared during the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries and "Moseak", "muskey", "moschy", and "mos'keh" were just some of the variations that came into use until it was decided that "mosquee",
imitating Middle French <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_French>, Italian <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian_language>, and Old Spanish <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_language>, would become the standard. In the early 18th century, the modern spelling became the most popular and standard spelling of the word."
- from wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mosque (they site their sources there)

SEE: http://www.fsmitha.com/scnd/mosque.html
Heart Sounds:

http://www.blaufuss.org/

http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3...t-lung-sounds/

As far as Mohd goes, that is a fairly common nick name among Arabs. Some Mohds are:

http://www.mohdrafi.com/

http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/research/students/42.aspx

http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~...r:Norliza.html

I beleive those people speak Arabic. Seems strange they would keep the name Mohd if it meant "Big mouth dog"

In Arabic dog is Kelb or Kalb. I can not find the root for dog Ka-Lam-ba in Mim-wah-Hah-Dzeel

I am also having similar problems with the rest. Unless someone can post verification to the authenticity for those "Facts" I will have to close the thread as being an unfounded urban legend.
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kwolney01
09-15-2007, 02:35 AM
wow thats interesting...
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m102313
09-15-2007, 09:31 AM
Originally Posted by wilberhum
Yes and you said;

But no reference was ever given. I wonder why?
I still haven't had a conversation with the sheikh, his gone abroad ATM.
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Woodrow
09-15-2007, 05:32 PM
Originally Posted by moabubaker
I still haven't had a conversation with the sheikh, his gone abroad ATM.

This will stay up a little longer to give everyone a chance to find validation. I do not want to close something if it is truly authenticate. But, in all honesty I can not find any authenticate verification for any of the statements.
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