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A Warning about this Coming Ramadan – Analysis by M. Hussain February 25, 2014

I earnestly follow the blog of brother M. Hussain. I found this interesting report he recently published on his blog about the coming Ramadan (2014). I am sure you will find this report insightful and reflect upon it.

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I don’t generally do this but it seems important that I get the word out. What I am about to say may make you think I’ve lost my mind a bit, but I ask you to consider the evidence and then draw your own conclusions. There is a very interesting hadith that sounds exactly like a nuclear attack (from Kitab-Al-Fitan), Nuaim bin Hammad:

Nuaim reports via Abdallah Ibn Masood that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said:

“When there is a scream [sayhah] in Ramadan, then there will be bloodshed in Shawwal, and the tribes will form groups in Dhul-Qi’dah, and blood will be spilt in Dhul-Hijjah, and al-Muharram! What will happen in al-Muharram?” saying it three times, “Indeed, indeed! The people will be killed in a great massacre”.

We said: “What is the scream, O Messenger of Allah?” He said: “This will be in the middle of Ramadhan, on a Friday morning. That will be when the month of Ramadan begins on a Friday night. There will be a blast that will awaken one who is asleep, and bring the young women out of their rooms, on a Friday nightduring a year of many earthquakes and severe cold.”

Nuaim reports via Abdallah Ibn Masood that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said:

“During Ramadan there will be a sign in the sky, as a bright pillar of light, and in Shawal a catastrophe, and in Dhul Qada many perishing, and in Dhul Hijja the Pilgrims are plundered, and what will make thee understand what Moharam will hold…
A devastating sound will be heard in Ramadan, and a commotion in Shawal, and in Dhul Qada conflict between the tribes, and that year the Pilgrims will be plundered and a great confrontation will unfold at Mina with many killed and much blood spilled as they stand on the rock of Al Aqaba. If the blast occurs in Ramadan, then there will be commotion in Shawal…
We asked what is the blast, oh messenger of Allah, and he said: a strong blastof sound in the middle of Ramadan on a Friday night. This blast will wake the sleeping and knock down the standing, and move the aged women from their shelter on a Friday night of a year that will witness many earthquakes.”
Al-Hakim narrated from Abu Hurayrah [r.a] from the Prophet (saws) that he said:

“There will be a blast in Ramadan that will awaken one who is asleep and terrify one who is awake. Then there will appear a group in Shawwal, then bloodshed in Dhul-Hijjah, then the prohibitions will be violated in Al-Muharram, then there will be death in Safar, then the tribes will conflict with each other in Rabi, then the most amazing thing will happen between Jumada and Rajab. Then a well-fed she-camel will be better than a castle sheltering a thousand.

The prophet talks about a “Blast” with a “devastating sound” that will “awaken the one who is asleep and knock down the standing” and which will appear as a “sign in the sky, a bright pillar of light”.

Does this look like a “sign in the sky”, a “bright pillar of light” ?

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People often use the expression “bright pillar of light (or fire)” to describe a nuclear explosion.

Compare the expressions used in the following testimony of a Hiroshima survivor describing the blast, with the expressions used by the prophet (saws) to describe the blast mentioned in the hadiths.

– Testimony of Yasuhiko Taketa, a survivor of Hiroshima, who describes the blast:

” On the morning of August 6, when I was thinking about what I was going to do that day, my mother asked me to deliver some miso (bean paste) to my sister (second daughter), who had moved to Hiroshima when she got married. I wasn’t very happy about having to do that errand, but I headed for the train station. I remember looking up at the blue sky during my walk to the station, and thinking, “It’s going to be another hot day.” The air-raid siren went off, so I turned around and went back home. My mother scolded me, so I set out once again for the station, but the train had already departed.

I sat on the railing at the ticket gate to wait for the next train. When I thought it should be coming in at any moment, I looked at the station clock. It read a little after 8:10 a.m.

All of a sudden, there was a dazzling flash of light, brighter even than the sun. For a while, I was blinded. The station building and the tracks looked bluish-white, as though magnesium were being burned in front of the station.

Seconds later, I heard an earsplitting roar, the sound of a massive explosion. My ears were ringing. The ground trembled under my feet, and all the buildings in the area were shaking. Window panes were blown out and shattered. I was knocked hard onto my back, and thought that my bowels were going to burst out of my abdomen.

My forehead felt hot, and I unconsciously touched it with my hand. When I looked at the sky over Hiroshima, I saw a tiny, glittering, white object, about the size of a grain of rice, tinged with yellow, and red, which soon grew into a monstrous fireball. It was travelling in my direction, and I felt as though it was going to envelop me.

I was paralyzed with fear and shock, so much so that I had trouble breathing. I tried to escape, but realized that was impossible. I took shelter under a nearby bench. I was terrified by the booming sounds I heard, thinking that enemy planes were strafing the city.

Then the noise stopped. Cautiously, I crawled out of my hiding place and looked around. I saw an enormous, bright red pillar of fire (I was told later that it measured 200 metersin diameter and rose 10,000 meters in the air), which increased in size minute by minute, reaching high in the sky.

From the ground up, the pillar of fire rose toward the sky, with tremendous force. Sometimes it was hollow at the center. At other times, broiling, leaping flames blew out of the center. The sight was so horrifying that I can find no words to describe it. An army officer standing on the platform, surveying the area with binoculars, told me that the ammunition dump at the armory had been hit.

Within minutes, one atomic bomb had transformed the entire city of Hiroshima, now under that huge fireball, into a sea of flames. I never imagined that a weapon could create a gruesome, miserable living hell.”

The Prophet (saws) describes a “Blast”:
– With a “devastating sound”:

From Yasuhiko’s testimony:
“I heard an earsplitting roar, the sound of a massive explosion. My ears were ringing. I was terrified by the booming sounds I heard.”

– Will “wake the sleeping and knock down the standing”:

From Yasuhiko’s testimony:
“I was knocked hard onto my back”

– Will appear as a “sign in the sky, a bright pillar of light”:

From Yasuhiko’s testimony:
“I saw an enormous, bright red pillar of fire (I was told later that it measured 200 meters in diameter and rose 10,000 meters in the air), which increased in size minute by minute, reaching high in the sky.
From the ground up, the pillar of fire rose toward the sky, with tremendous force.”

(the above analysis was taken from: here)

So we see that the Prophet (peace be upon him), if this hadith is right, is miraculously predicting a nuclear attack. This makes the hadith very authentic in my view because of the mathan principle. If this hadith is correct, and we are in fact looking for (along with the other major signs, (almost) all of which have come true already) the following signs:

1. A year where before Ramadan there is a very cold winter.
2. A Ramadan which starts on a Friday night
3. Many earthquakes

I find it very interesting that this year, which started in November 2013 in the Hijri calendar, has been unusually cold, so much so that it has been snowing in the Arab world, something truly rare. At the same time, Ramadan is starting on a Friday night…

Or is it?

Now, the calculations for Makkah, for the starting of Ramadan on a Friday night is a pretty well-established mathematical calculation. Mathematical calculations don’t change overnight. We have here:

http://www.islamicfinder.org/Hcal/hdate_year.php?year=2014&base=g

Showing Ramadan starting this year on a Friday night. Yet, someone it seems has been playing around with the mathematics of it. If you search around, you’ll find hosts of websites now showing Ramadan starting on a Saturday night…

So we have two of the three above signs in play this year. Plus we have so many others not connected to this hadith (which would be too long a list to go into here, but if you know what I am talking about, you probably know at least some of them already).

I understand that rationally there is a probability of this being the year, however big or small. I’m not saying this is the year when WWIII starts and there is a nuclear war. But if my interpretation is correct, I want to simply warn everyone of this strange conjunction of prophecies and to at least be aware.

And Allah knows best. I’ll be spending my Ramadan in the remotest place I can find.

I just don’t want this to weigh in on me that I knew about this information and didn’t tell my brothers and sisters in Islam, and in humanity about it. Now I have, and may Allah guide us all.

Everything that is good in this is from Allah, and everything that is wrong or misplaced is only from myself.

Sallam.

M. Hussain.

Source: Grande Strategy

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THE JAPANESE SCIENTIST’S DISCOVERIES OF THE SECRETS OF ZAMZAM WATER!!! January 17, 2014

Science, at a very later stage, reveals new secrets about Zamzam water and the way it is influenced by the verses of the Glorious Quran. YOU WILL BE STUNNED!! READ THIS!!

We have recently realized the value of the use of amulets. It has been scientifically proven that water is affected by what is recited over it. Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto has had a unique experience. He said that he had read in a book that each snowflake falling from the sky is unique. He said that his scientific instincts told him that this was not true. The geometric shape of the snowflake is determined by its chemical composition. The composition of water is well known – two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. So how come snowflakes that fall from the sky are different from one another? He said: “I was determined to prove that this theory was false.” He built a laboratory, consisting of a deep freezer with a regulator, because no liquid, subjected to sudden freezing, can assume a geometric shape. The freezing must be slow, so the atoms have the chance to crystallize into the shape decreed by God. There was a deep freezer with a regulator, a cold room at the temperature of -7°C, and several microscopes equipped with cameras, so he could photograph the snowflake before it melted. The scientists working in this room wore warm clothing. He said: “I took samples from two faucets in the laboratory, I froze them, and each sample gave me a different snowflake. The samples came from two different wells, two different rivers, from two different lakes. I almost went crazy and thought this was witchcraft.”

A Saudi student at the University of Tokyo happened to meet him, and asked him what was wrong. Masaru told him his problem. The student said to him: “We have blessed water, called Zamzam water. I will give you a sample of this water so you can experiment on it. Zamzam water is not affected by witchcraft or Jinns, so using it can prove or disprove the whole theory.” Emoto took a sample of Zamzam water, and said: “I couldn’t crystallize it, even by diluting the water by 1,000.” In other words, he turned one cubic centimeter into one liter.

The special Zam Zam Water

He said that when he diluted the water by 1,000 and froze it, he got a uniquely-shaped crystal. Two crystals were formed, one on top of the other, but they assumed a unique form. When he asked his Muslim colleague why there were two crystals, he told him it was because “Zamzam” is composed of two words: “Zam” and “Zam.”

Masaru Emoto said: “My Muslim colleague offered to recite Quranic verses over the water. He brought a tape-recorder and played some Quranic verses, and we got the most perfectly-shaped crystals. Then he played the 99 names of Allah (The Almighty). Each name produced a uniquely-shaped crystal. When Dr. Emoto completed these experiments, which lasted 15 years, he published a five-volume book called “Messages from Water“. He wrote: “I have proven that water, that peculiar liquid, is capable of thinking, fathoming, feeling, getting excited, and expressing itself.”

Following was written Dr. Masaru Emoto:

The quality/purity of Zamzam water has, will not be find any where else in the water on this earth.

He used the technology named NANO, and researched a lot on Zamzam water. And found out that if one drop of Zamzam water mix in 1000 drops of regular water, regular water will get the same quality like Zamzam water.

He also found that a mineral in one drop of Zamzam water has its own importance that will not be find any other water on this earth.

He also found in some tests that the quality or ingredients of Zamzam water can not be changed, why, science does not know the reason.

Even he re-cycled the Zamzam water, but no change it was still pure.

This scientist also found out that, the Muslims say BISMILLAH before eating/drinking. He says that after saying BISMILLAH on regular water, there are some strange changes happened in the quality of regular water. That make it best water.

He also found out that if some one recites the Quran on regular water, it gets the ability for the treatment of different diseases.

Subhan’Allah!!! Surely this is a Miracle of Allah’s..

ZamZam water level is around 10.6 feet below the surface. It is the miracle of Allah that when ZamZam was pumped continuously for more than 24 hours with a pumping rate of 8,000 liters per second, water level dropped to almost 44 feet below the surface, BUT WHEN THE PUMPING WAS STOPPED, the level immediately elevated again to 13 feet after 11 minutes.

8,000 liters per second means that

8,000 x 60 = 480,000 liters per minute

480,000 liters per minutes means

that 480,000 x 60 = 28.8 Million liters per hour

And 28.8 Million liters per hour

means that 28,800,000 x 24 = 691.2 Million liters per day

So they pumped 690 Millions liters of Zamzam in 24 hours, but it was re-supplied in 11 minutes only.

There are 2 miracles here, the first that Zamzam was re-filled immediately, & the second is that Allah Holds the extra-ordinarily powerful Aquifer for not throwing extra Zamzam out of the well, otherwise the world will SINK.

Allah says in the Holy Quran;
“We will soon show them Our signs in the Universe and in their own souls, until it will become quite clear to them that it is the truth. Is it not sufficient as regards your Lord that He is a witness over all things?” (41:53)

Courtesy Facebook Page PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SAW) – THE LAST AND GREATEST OF ALL PROPHETS.

 

Hajj – The Pilgrimage To Mecca October 16, 2013

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Hajj is the most sacred and the most desired journey for every Muslim.

I am sharing with you some interesting insights, information and facts about Hajj or the Pilgrimage to Mecca.

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There has been a significant growth in the number of pilgrims that have been attending Mecca every year since 1996 (by 70%). Nonetheless there many more Muslims that wish to go for Hajj every year but are not able to make it due to limited visas or restriction by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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A very interesting chart illustrating the last years (2012) statistics of Pilgrims that attended for Hajj from across the globe and various measures that were undertaken by the Saudi government to serve the Pilgrims.

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Approximate distances between main locations:

– Makkah to Mina: 8 kilometers (5 miles)

– Mina to Arafat: 14.4 kilometers (9 miles)

– Mina to Muzdaliah: 3 kilometers (1.8 miles)

– Makkah to Arafat: 22.4 kilometers (14 miles)

Hajj Checklist:

Many of the following items are available in Saudi Arabia, but in order to save time searching for them, it is advisable that you should bring them with you.

Documents:

– Notarized copies of your passport, in case your passport is lost

– Pilgrims arrival photo-ID Card, issued upon arrival to Jeddah. You should carry this ID Card at all times

Ten passport size photographs for use by authorities for various ID cards and other documents and procedures

– Vaccination Record Book

– Names and addresses of hotels you are staying in in Makkah and Madinah. If you are lost, you can call them or get directions

– Plastic bracelet with the name, address and telephone number of your Tawafa Establishment printed on it. Make sure you carry this bracelet at all times. In case you are lost or have an accident, this bracelet will let you get to the right people.

Money:

Take a sufficient amount of currency to cover expenses. Have most of money in the form of travelers’ checks and a small amount of Saudi riyals.

Medication: See Medication

Luggage:

Sturdy, hard-cased luggage with heavy duty wheels. A waist pouch to keep and carry valuables at all times. Good quality light backpack for carrying personal stuff during Hajj.

Clothing and bedding:

– Two or three sets of Ihram: The Ihram consists of two pieces of white, plain cloth, either 100% cotton or light terry-cloth. These are cool to wear and also provide for better absorption of the heavy perspiration you will inevitably experience during Hajj.

– Light and airy clothes for street wear. Take enough clothes to make your stay comfortable, but do not over-burden yourself with unnecessary clothes. Professional laundry facilities are available in Saudi Arabia. If going on Hajj during winter months, take some woolen clothing as the early mornings tend to be cool.

– Three or four pairs of rubber slippers for use during Ihram. Couple of pairs of comfortable shoes or sandals.

– Two large and two small towels

– Sleeping bag for bedding, inflatable pillow and thick sheets

Toiletries:

Tooth brush, toothpaste, moisturizing and disinfecting hand soap, bath soap, shampoo, disposable razors, shaving cream, small mirror, comb, nail clippers and disinfectant, deodorant, tissues and toilet paper.

Miscellaneous items:

– Bottled water to avoid dehydration

– Folding umbrella to protect from sun

– A prayer rug

– Copy of the Holy Qur’an and books that give you authentic and detailed information about the rites of Hajj. DO NOT take audio or video tapes as the authorities will review them at the airport and that will cause delay.

– Pen, pencil, small notebook

– Mobile phones to keep in touch with your group and also to phone home. SIM cards only valid for a month are available over the counter in most phone shops in Makkah and Madinah. Before leaving, make sure your phone can accept any SIM card, as opposed to being tied to a network.

– Multi-blade pocket knife, can opener, small scissors

– Small flashlight, with extra batteries

– Small bottle of dish washing liquid and laundry detergent

Interesting Facts About Hajj and Kabah:

1. When Prophet Ibrahim upon him peace built the kabah walls, Allah almighty ordered him to loudly announce that people should come for Hajj. He remarked saying how far would his voice reach to which Allah Almighty replied: make the announcement and I shall make your voice reach people. So he announced: oh people! Allah has made Hajj obligatory upon you at the ancient house ‘albayt alateeq’. Everything in between the heavens and earth heard this announcement. (Ibn Abi Hatim, Ibn Jurayj)

This announcement reached each and every soul. This is the reason why hajees go to hajj replying to the call of Prophet Ibrahim saying “labbayk Allahumma labbayk”.

Allah Almighty reminds us of the call of Ibrahim (Nida Ibrahim) in the Noble Quran (23:27).

2. The first creation to perform Hajj before humans were the angels. (Sharh Lubab)

3. All Prophets after Ibrahim alayhissalam performed Hajj.

4. Prophet Adam alayhissalam and
many other prophets before Ibrahim alayhissalam also perform Hajj with exception of Prophets Hud and Salih as they were too busy in the matters of their people. (Irshad al-Sari)

5. Our Noble Prophet sallAllahu alayi wasallam performed many Hajj before and after proclamation of prophethood however he only performed one Fardh Hajj that was made obligatory in his shariah.

6. Hajj was made obligatory upon this ummah the 9th year of migration to Madina according to the most preferred opinion. (Rad al-Muhtar).

7. Sayyiduna Abu Bakr Siddique Allah be pleased with him was appointed the first ameer of Hajj that year (9th hijri). He and Sayyiduna Ali were ordered to announce there that no mushrik was to be allowed to perform Hajj any longer and that none should make tawaf uncovered as was the pagan norm. (Irshad alsari)

8. Our Noble Prohet sallAllahu alayhi wasallam did not perform Hajj that year. Imam Haskafi and others mentioned that He knew that He would live the year after (10th) to perform Hajj! (Durr Mukhtar) One reason was that he did not want to join Hajj whilst infidels were still in control.

9. Our Prophet sallAllahu alayhi wasallam performed only 1 fardh Hajj during his entire life, a few months before his demise in the 10th year of migration. It became known as the farewell hajj (hajjatul wada). Over 100,000 Muslims gathered at this historic event. Some even travelled from Yemen to attend. It is narrated in Sahih Muslim about this very Hajj that our Beloved Prophet distributed his hair among the companions.

10. Makkah is called ummul Qura ‘mother of all cities’ in the Quran because Allah almighty started the creation of the earth from
makkah. Land was spread from Makkah from which mountains were also formed the first of them was jabal Abu qubays that is near the kabah hence called ‘mother of mountains’. (Sharh Lubab)

11. Makkah is called Bakkah in the Quran (3:96) where the kabah is described as the first house placed by Allah Almighty for the worship of humankind.

Bakkah is one of the names of Makkah. It holds possible different meanings: this area ‘lowers’ the necks of arrogant people or that honourable people ‘gather’ there. One opinion is that Bakkah is the exact area where the kabah stands whilst the rest of the city is called Makkah. (Irshad al-Sari)

12. It is narrated that before Prophet Adam upon him peace, there stood a building in the exact area of the kabah that was called ‘duraah’. It was lifted right above this area in the heavens and is also called albayt almamur. Albayt almamur is the kabah of angels on the seventh heaven where our Prophet alayhissalam met his grandfather Ibrahim alayhissalam on the night of ascention (meraj) who was reclining on the wall of albayt almamur.

13. Prophet Adam alayhissalam was ordered to circumambulate the kabah and during the storm of Prophet Nuh alayhissalam, this building was lifted to the heavens the second time to the fourth heaven. (Sharh Lubab)

14. Kabah in reality is the name of the area/space (fada) of the building/walls therefore if in any case the building does not remain tawaf around the space and prayer in direction of the space would still be valid! (sharh lubab)

15. The space directly above and directly below the building of the kabah is also a part of the kabah. Directly above it in the 7th heaven is the kabah of angels albayt almamur.

16. Therefore if somebody prays on the roof of the masjid or on a mountain, he would still be considered to be facing the kabah though the building would be below. However it is disliked in the Hanafi School to go to the roof of the masjid alharam (for tawaf or salah) and all mosques without necessity.

15. If someone prayed salah inside the kabah, he can face any direction as he would be facing the kabah anyway.

16. The area of hateem (external wall around the kabah to one side) is also called Hijr Ismail. It is narrated the Prophet Ismail and his blessed mother Hajir are buries here. In fact there is a narration that this is the resting place of 70 Prophets. This area is a part of the original foundation of the kabah so whoever prayers in this area in fact is praying inside the Kabah.

17. Have you thought why are people circulating the Kabah infront of others who are praying? Is it not a sin to pass infront of a person praying? The answer: tawaf is like prayer hence these people are as though they are a row of praying people infront of other people in prayer. (Sharh Lubab)

18. The sabab/cause of prayer is the time so when it enters salah becomes fardh. The sabab of Hajj
is the Kabah, the house of Allah almighty.

19. On the day of Eid al-Adha when every Muslim is parying eid salah, the Haji in Mina does not pray eid. There is no eid prayer for the haji.

20. There is a fardh of Hajj that if were not performed by the magrib time of the 12th of Dhulhijjah can be performed at anytime of one’s lifetime. In other words, one fardh of hajj can be performed outside the months of Hajj: that is Tawaf al-Ziyara.

21. If however a married person did not perform tawaf alziyarah and returned home, physical relation with his wife would remain haram upon him until he does not return to Makkah and perform this tawaf, even if that is after 20 years! So make sure that you do not miss this tawaf if you are married!

22. The honour of the kabah is amazing. One is still several miles away but must enter the state of Ihram at his point of entry (meeqaat) out of respect for entering the land that is attached (nisbat) with the kabah! Not just Makkah city (area
of Haram) but all of its surrounding area (called “hill” in Arabic) also is honourable. Now imagine the honour of the peice of land where the kabah itself stands.

Courtesy Ministry Of HajjShaykh Monawwar Ateeq

 

Who is Khalid Bin Waleed (R.A) ? July 22, 2013

I know you would say you love Khalid ibn Walid R.A – But read below and Start Loving Him More.

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Khalid ibn Walid R.A (592-642) also known as Sword of Allah (Saifullah). He is noted for his military prowess, commanding the forces of Prophet Muhammad SAWW and those of his immediate successors of the Rashidun Caliphate; Caliph Abu Bakr R.A and Caliph Umar R.A during the Islamic conquest in 7th century.

In having the distinction of being undefeated in over a hundred battles against the numerically superior forces of the Byzantine Roman Empire, Sassanid Persian Empire, and their allies, he is regarded as one of the finest military commanders in history.
Quotes of Khalid Bin Waleed (R.A)

“Do you see a space of the span of a hand on my leg, chest, arm which is not covered by some scar of the wound of a sword or an arrow or a lance?”

Said this to one of his friend few days before he died, four years after dismissal from army.

“If you were in the clouds, Allah would raise us to you or lower you to us for battle.”

Said this to the Byzantine troops when they retreated from the battle field to the fortified town of Chalcis.
“When I am in the battlefield, I love it more then when I am in my house.”
“The rainy night when I am standing wearing armor with sword and shield in my hand and looking again and again towards the eastern horizon, waiting for sun to rise so that I could start the battle.”

Said this after getting dismissed from army by Caliph Umar in 638 A.D.

“Submit to Islam and be safe. Or agree to the payment of the Jizya, and you and your people will be under our protection, else you will have only yourself to blame for the consequences, for I bring the men who desire death as ardently as you desire life.”

This letter was writen by Khalid to Persian Governor of Mesopotamia before invading it.
“When Allah decides a matter, it is done.”

“I have dedicated my life to the way of Allah, Most High.”

“Man intends one thing, but Allah intends another.”

“The earth destroys its fools, but the intelligent destroy the earth.”

“If you are truthful you will survive. If you lie you shall perish.”

“I am the noble warrior, I am the Sword of Allah, I am Khalid bin Al Waleed.”
These were the famous verses that Khalid use to recite in the battle field.
“I am the son of many chiefs. My sword is sharp and terrible. It is the mightiest of things When the pot of war boils fiercely.”

“I am the pillar of Islam! I am the Companion of the Prophet! I am the noble warrior, Khalid bin Al Waleed!”

“I will give you three days, if the gates are not opened on these revised terms, I shall attack. And then there shall be no terms of any kind.”

“I am the son of Al Walid ! Will anyone duel?”
“By my faith, the water will go to whichever army is more steadfast and more deserving.”

Said this before the decisive Battle of Walaja, when Muslim army ran short of water.

“O Lord! If you give us victory, I shall see that no enemy warrior is left alive until their river runs with their blood!”

Said this during Battle of Ullais which is also known as Battle of blood river.
“At Battle of Mu’tah I broke nine swords in my hand. But I have never met an enemy like the Persians. And among the Persians I have never met an enemy like the army of Battle of Ullais.”

Gave tribute to the brave Persian soldiers after the bloody Battle of Ullais.
“Wait a while; there will come to you mounts, carrying lions in shining armor, battalions followed by battalions.”
Wrote this letter to Ayaz bin Ghanam who asked him for reinforcement while fighting against the rebel Arab tribes in northern Arabia.

“I see that these people know nothing about war.”

Said this about Persian and Christian Arab recruits in Persian army after analysing the siege of An al Tamar in Iraq.

“We shall take this route; let not your resolve be weakened. Know that the help of Allah comes according to your desire. Let not the Muslims fear anything so long as they have the help of Allah.”

Said this when one of his commander tried to stop him from taking a dangerous rout direct to Syria from Iraq through Syrian desert and said that ..You cannot take this route with an army. By Allah, even a lone traveler would attempt it at the peril of his life. It involves five days of extreme hardship without a drop of water and the ever-present danger of losing the way.

“But for the necessity of obeying the orders of the Caliph, I would never have accepted this command over you. You are much higher than me in Islam. I am a Companion of the Prophet, but you are one whom the Messenger of Allah had called ‘the trusted one of this nation.”

Said this to Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah while taking over from him the command of Muslim army in Syria, in reply Abu Ubaidah said… I have received with gladness the letter of Abu Bakr appointing you commander over me. There is no resentment in my heart, for I know your skill in matters of war.

“Take her as a gift, there shall be no ransom. ”

Said this while handing over the daughter of Emperor Heraclius who was captured after Battle of Maraj al debaj in which Heraculus’s son-in-law Thomas, was killed in duel with Khalid. Heraclius wrote following letter to Khalid…

“I have come to know what you have done to my army. You have killed my son-in-law and captured my daughter. You have won and got away safely. I now ask you for my daughter. Either return her to me on payment of ransom or give her to me as a gift, for honour is a strong element in your character’.”
“Praise be to Allah who decreed death upon Abu Bakr, who was more beloved to me than Umar. Praise be to Allah who gave authority to Umar, who was less beloved to me than Abu Bakr, and compelled me to love him.”

Said this some time before his death, Caliph Abu Bakr made him commander in chief of army. while Caliph Umar dismissed Khalid from army. Though relations of Khalid with his cousin Umar always remained something short of cordial, but magnificent and just rule of Umar impressed Khalid a lot and he on his death bequeathed his property to `Umar and made him the executor of his will and estate.

“May Allah have mercy upon Abu Bakr! Had he lived, I would not have been removed from command.”

Said this on the death of [[w:Abu Bakr|Caliph Abu Bakr, when his successor Caliph Umar dismissed Khalid from command and made Abu Ubaidah, the new commander in chief.

“If Abu Bakr is dead and Umar is Caliph, then we hear and obey.”

Said this After the death of Abu Bakr.

“By Allah, if you were to appoint a small child over me, I would obey him. How could I not obey you when you are far above me in Islam and have been named the Trusted One by the Prophet? I could never attain your status. I declare here and now that I have dedicated my life to the way of Allah, Most High.”

Said this to Abu Ubaidah, after being removed from command by Caliph Umar for no reason.
“These Romans were the bravest that I had ever met.”

Gave tribute to the Byzantine soldiers after winning Battle of Emesa.

“How few are the Romans and how numerous are we ! ‘An army’s strength lies not in numbers of men but in Allah’s help, and its weakness lies in being forsaken by Allah”

Said this to one of his soldier at Battle of Yarmouk who said that ..How numerous are the Romans and how few are we.

“I protest to the Muslims against what you have done. By Allah, you have been unjust to me, O Umar!”

Said this to Caliph Umar who dismissed him from army in 638.

Caliph Umar RA removed Khaled bin Walid R.A from the army because Umar R.A is afraid that people might start to think that Khalid R.A is the cause of victory and might forget that victory come from Allah SWT.
“Umar appointed me over Syria until it turned to wheat and honey; then dismissed me!”

Said this to his wife after bneing removed from army.
“Praise be to Allah who took Abu Bakr R.A away. He was dearer to me than Umar R.A. Praise be to Allah who appointed Umar R.A in authority He was hateful to me, but I grew to like him.”

“And here I am, dying in my bed, like cattle die. May the eyes of cowards never sleep.”

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The Chronology Of Prophet Muhammad (SW) February 5, 2012

Chronology of Events in the Life of Muhammad (P.B.U.H)

The Messenger of Allah – may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him – said: “I have been sent close to the Hour, with the sword, so that none has the right to be worshipped except Almighty God alone, without any partner. My sustenance is beneath the shade of my spear. And humiliation and ignominy is for whosoever opposes my command. And whosoever resembles a people is from them.”

Brief Description of the Event Approximate Date
Age of the Holy Prophet according
to Lunar Calendar
Approximate Gregorian and Hijra dates BH=Before Hijra, AH=After Hijra
The Holy Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, peace be upon him, born an orphan His father Abdullah, may Allah be pleased with him, had died a few months before the birth of his son. 0 years 9 or 12 Rabi-ul-Awwal 52 or 53 BH April 570 or 571 AD
Hadrat Halima Sadiyya, may Allah be pleased with her, appointed wet nurse. 8 days
Return to Mecca under the care of his mother 6 Years 46 BH 577 AD
Mother, Hadrat Amina, may Allah be pleased with her, passes away 6 Years 46 BH 577 AD
Grandfather, Hadrat Abdul-Muttalib, may Allah be pleased with him, died 8 Years 44 BH 579 AD
First visit to Syria with a trading caravan 12 years 40 BH, 583 AD 12 Years 40 BH 583 AD
Pledge of Fudul to help the needy and the oppressed 15 Years 37 BH 586 AD
Second journey to Syria for trade as an agent of Hadrat Khadija, may Allah be pleased with her 25 Years 28 BH 595 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Khadija, may Allah be pleased with her 25 Years 28 BH 595 AD
Birth of a son, Hadrat Qasim (may Allah be pleased with him) 28 Years 25 BH 598 AD
Birth of his daughter, Hadrat Zainab, may Allah be pleased with her 30 Years 23 BH 600 AD
Birth of his daughter, Hadrat Ruqayya, may Allah be pleased with her 33 Years 20 BH 603 AD
Birth of his daughter, Hadrat Um-e-Kalthum, may Allah be pleased with her 34 years 19 BH 604 AD
Renovation of Ka’aba and the placement of Hajr-e-Aswad (Black Stone) 35 years 18 BH 605 AD
Birth of his daughter, Hadrat Fatima, may Allah be pleased with her 35 years 18 BH605 AD
Hadrat Jibrail bought the First Revelation in the Cave of Hira 40 Year 12 BH 610 AD
Revelation of the Holy Quran continues, Ministry of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is established. Hadrat Khadija (the wife), Hadrat Abu Bakr (the best friend), Hadrat Ali (the dearest cousin) and

Hadrat Zaid (a freed slave and adopted son), may Allah be pleased with

them all, accept Islam

40 Years 6 months Friday 18 Ramadan 12 BH 14 August 610 AD
Open invitation to the people of Mecca to join Islam under Allah’s command 43 Years 9 BH 614 AD
A group of Muslims emigrates to Abyssinia 46 Years 7 BH 615 AD
Blockade of Shi’b Abi-Talib 46 Years 7 BH 30 September 615 AD
Hadrat Hamza (paternal uncle) and Hadrat Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, accept Islam 46 Years 6 BH 616 AD
Hadrat Abu Talib, (beloved uncle and guardian) and only a few days later, Hadrat Khadija, the most beloved wife, may Allah be pleased with them, passed away 49 Years Ramadan 3 BH January 619 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Sau’da, may Allah be pleased with her 49 Years 3 BH 619 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Aisha, may Allah be pleased with her 49 Years 3 BH 619 AD
Journey to Ta’if, about 40 miles from Mecca, for calling the citizens of Ta’if to Islam 49 Years 3 BH 619 AD
Journey of Mi’raj. Five daily prayers made obligatory for Muslims 50 Years 27 Rajab 2 BH 8 March 620 AD
Deputation from Medina accepts Islam 50 Years 2 BH 620 AD
First Pledge of ‘Aq’ba’ 52 Years Dhul Haj, 1 BH 621 AD
Second Pledge of ‘Aq’ba 52 Years 3 months BH June 622 AD
Hijra (migration) from Mecca to the cave of Thaur 52 Years Friday 27 Safar 10 September 622
Emigration to Medina begins 52 Years Monday 1 Rabi-ul-Awwal 13 September 622 AD
Arrival at Medina after the first Friday Prayer at Quba’s Mosque 53 Years 12 Rabi-ul-Awwal 1st year AH 24 September 622 AD
Construction of the Holy Prophet’s Mosque at Medina. Hadrat Bilal’s call for Prayer (Adhan) 53 Years 1st year AH 622 AD
Brotherhood pacts between Ansar (Muslims from Medina) and Muhajirin (immigrants from Mecca) 53 Years 1st year AH 622 AD
Treaty with Jews of Medina 53 Years 1st year AH 622 AD
Permission to fight in self-defense is granted by Allah 53 Years 12 Safar 2 AH 14 August 623 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Waddan 53 Years 29 Safar 2 AH 31 August 623
Ghazwa (Battle) of Safwan 54 Years 2 AH 623 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) Dul-‘Ashir 54 Years 2 AH 623 AD
Hadrat Salman Farsi, may Allah be pleased with him, accepts Islam 54 Years 2 AH 624 AD
Revelation and change of Qibla (direction to face for Formal Prayers, Salat) towards Ka’ba Fasting in the month of Ramadan becomes obligatory 54 Years Sha’abn 2 AH February 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Badr 54 Years 12-17 Ramadan 2 AH March 8-13, 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bani Salim 54 Years 25 Ramadan 2 AH 21 March 524 AD
Initiation of Eid-ul-Fitr and Zakat-ul-Fitr (Alms at the Eid-ul-Fitr). 54 Years 28 Ramadan / 1 Shawwal 2 AH 24/25 March 624 AD
Zakat becomes obligatory for Muslims 54 Years Shawwal 2 AH April 624 AD
Nikah and Marriage ceremony of Hadrat Fatima, may Allah be pleased with her 54 Years Shawwal 2 AH April 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bani Qainuqa 54 Years 15 Shawwal 2 AH 10 April 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Sawiq 54 Years 5 Dhul-Haj 2 AH 29 May 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Ghatfan 54 Years Muharram 3 AH July 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bahran 55 Years Rabi-us-Sani 3 AH October 624 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Hafsa, may Allah be pleased with her 55 Years Shaban 3 AH January 625 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Uhad 55 Years 6 Shawwal 3 AH 22 March 625
Ghazwa (Battle) of Humra-ul-Asad 55 Years 8 Shawwal 3 AH 24 March 625 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Zainab Bint Khazima, may Allah be pleased with her 55 Years Dhul-Haj 3 AH May 625 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Banu Nudair 56 Years Rabi-ul-Awwal 4 AH August 625 AD
Prohibition of Drinking in Islam 56 Years Rabi-ul-Awwal 4 AH August 625 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Dhatur-Riqa 56 Years Jamadi-ul-Awwal 4 AH October 625 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Um-e-Salma, may Allah be pleased with her 56 Years Shawwal 4 AH March 626 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Badru-Ukhra 56 Years Dhul Qad 4 AH April 626
Ghazwa (Battle) of Dumatul-Jandal 57 Years 25 Rabi-ul-Awwal 5 AH
Ghazwa (Battle) of Banu Mustalaq Nikah with Hadrat Jawariya bint Harith, may Allah be pleased with her 57 Years 3 Shaban 5 AH 28 December 626 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Zainab bint Hajash, may Allah be pleased with her 57 Years Shawwal 5 AH February 627 AD
Revelation for Hijab, rules of modesty 57 Years 1 Dhi Qa’d 5 AH 24 March 627 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Ahzab or Khandaq (Ditch) 57 Years 8 Dhi Qa’d 5 AH 31 March 627 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bani Quraiza 57 Years Dhul-Haj 5 AH April 627 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bani Lahyan 57 Years 1 Rabi-ul-Awwal 6 AH 21 July 627 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Dhi Qard or Ghaiba 58 Years Rabi-ul-Akhar 6 AH August 627 AD
Treaty of Hudaibiyya 58 Years 1 Dhi Qa’d 6 AH 13 March 628 AD
Prohibition of Marriage with non-believers 58 Years Dhi Qa’d 6 AH March 628 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Habiba, may Allah be pleased with her 58 Years Dhul-Haj 6 AH April 628 AD
Invitation sent to various rulers to accept Islam 58 Years 1 Muharram 7AH May 628 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Khaibar Return of Muslims from Abyssinia. Marriage with Hadrat Safiyya, may Allah be pleased with her. Ghazwa (Battle) of Wadiyul-Qura and Taim. 58 Years Muharram 7 AH June 628 AD
Performance of Umra (Umratul-Qada) Marriage with Hadrat Maimuna, may Allah be pleased with her 59 Years Dhi Qa’d 7 AH March 629 AD
Hadrat Khalid bin Walid and Hadrat Umar bin Al-‘Aas, may Allah be pleased with both, accept Islam 60 Years Safar 8 AH June 629 AD
Ghazwa of Muta 60 Years Jamadi-ul-Awwal 8 AH August 629 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Mecca and Fall of Mecca 60 Years 10 Ramadan 8 AH 1 January 630 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Hunain (or Autas or Hawazan) and Ghazwa (Battle) of Ta’if 60 Years Shawwal 8 AH January 630 AD
Arrival in Ja’rana Deputation from Hawazan accepts Islam 60 Years 5 Dhi Qa’d 8 AH 24 February 630 AD
Regular establishment of Department of Zakat (Alms) and Sadaqa (Charity), and appointment of administrative officers 60 Years Muharram, 9 AH April 630 AD
Deputation from Ghadra accepts Islam 60 Years Safar 9 AH May 630 AD
Deputation from Balli accepts Islam 61 Years Rabi-ul-Awwal, 9 AH June 630 AD
Ummul-Muminin Hadrat Mariya, may Allah be pleased with her, gave birth to a son, Hadrat Ibrahim, may Allah be pleased with him 61 Years Jamadi-ul-Akhar, 9 AH August 630 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Tabuk, the last great battle lead by the Holy Prophet, peace be upon him 61 Years Rajab, 9 AH October 630 AD
Ordinance of Jizya, tax on non-believers seeking protection from Muslims and exemption from military service in defense of the country they were living in as its citizens 61 Years Rajab 9 AH October 630 AD
Pilgrimage journey of Hadrat Abu Bakr Siddique, may Allah be pleased with him 61 Years Dhi Qa’d, 9 AH February 631 AD
Hajj (pilgrimage of Ka’ba in Mecca) made Obligatory by Allah Interest is prohibited in Islam 61 Years
Deputation Tai, Hamadan, Bani Asad and Bani Abbas, all accept Islam 61 Years
Deputation from Ghuttan accepts Islam 62 Years Ramadan, 10 AH 631 AD
Departure from Medina for Mecca for Hajjatul-Wida (Farewell Pilgrimage) 62 Years 25 Dhi Qa’d 10 AH 23 February 632 AD
Entry into Mecca for Hajjatul-Wida (Farewell Pilgrimage) 62 Years 4 Dhul-Haj 10 AH 1 March 632 AD
Hajjatul-Wida, departure for ‘Arafat, Farewell Sermon Received the last revelation from Allah 62 Years Friday 9 Dhul Hajj 10 AH 6 March 632 AD
Return from Mana, Hajjatul-Wida 62 Years 13 Dhul-Hajj 10 AH 10 March 632 AD
Arrival of deputations from Nakha’ Last deputation received by the Holy Prophet, peace be upon him 62 Years 15 Muharram 11 AH 11 April 632 AD
Sarya Usama bin Zaid, may Allah be pleased with him, last successful military mission during the Holy Prophet’s life 62 Years 28 Safar 11 AH 24 May 632 AD
The Holy Prophet, peace be upon him, falls ill 62 Years Monday 29 Safar 11 AH 25 May 632 AD
The Holy Prophet, peace be upon him, lead the last Salat four days before his departure from this world 62 Years Wednesday 8 Rabi-ul-Awwal 11 AH 3 June 632 AD
The Holy Prophet, peace be upon him, offered his last Prayer in congregation in the Mosque lead by Hadrat Abu Bakr, may Allah be pleased with him 63 Years Monday 12 Rabi-ul-Awwal 11 AH 7 June 632 AD
The Holy Prophet, peace be upon him, passed away 63 Years Inna lillahe Wa Inna Elaihe Rajioon
Janaza (funeral) Prayer and burial 63 Years Wednesday 14 Rabi-ul-Awwal 11 AH 9 June 632 AD

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Significance of the most precious night – Laylat al-Qadr August 21, 2011

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

1 – The Meaning of Qadr

Ibn Hajar said in ‘Fath al-Bari’ (4/323-324):

“There are various explanations of the meaning of the qadr that this night is ascribed to.

    It was said that it means veneration, as in the verse: {“…and they didn’t venerate (qadar) Allah as He deserved…”} [al-An’am; 91] This refers to it being a night of veneration due to the revelation of the Qur’an taking place in it, or due to the descent of the Angels in it, or due to the blessing and mercy and forgiveness that descend in it, or that those who stay up that night in worship are venerated.

    It was also said that qadr here means constriction, as in the verse: {“…and who is constricted (qadara) in his provision…”} [at-Talaq; 7] This refers to it being a night of constriction due to the exact night being hidden, or because the Earth is constricted due to the presence of such a large number of Angels.

    It was also said that it is qadar, derived from the word for judgment. This refers to the fact that all the judgments of that year are made on this night…”

2 – Better than a Thousand Months

Ibn Kathir mentioned in ‘Tafsir al-Qur’an al-‘Adhim’ (4/686) that Mujahid said:

   “There was a man from the Children of Israel who would pray all night and then fight Jihad against the enemy all day, and he did this for a thousand months. Allah then revealed the verse: {“The Night of Qadr is better than a thousand months…”} So, praying on this night is better than the actions of that man.”

3 – The 27th Word

Ibn Kathir mentioned (4/690):

  “…And it was reported that some of the Salaf used the Qur’an to conclude that it is on the 27th night because the word هي (it is) is the 27th word in the chapter, and Allah Knows best.”

4 – Why the Exact Day Was Hidden

Ibn Hajar said (4/328):

    “…This might have a benefit linked to legislation…or exertion in worship, because if the Night of Qadr was specified to be on an exact night, people would limit themselves to that night and miss out on the worship on other nights. It is as if this is what the Prophet meant when he said: “…this might be better for you.””

5 – Heavy for the Hypocrite

Ibn Kathir mentioned (4/692) that Ka’b al-Ahbar said:

    “By the One in Whose Hand my soul is, the Night of Qadr is so heavy on the disbeliever and hypocrite that it feels like a mountain on his back.”

6 – What to Supplicate on the Night of Qadr

In ‘as-Silsilah as-Sahihah’ (3337), it’s reported that ‘A’ishah asked the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم): “If I happen to catch the Night of Qadr, how should I supplicate?”

He replied: “You should say:


   O Allah, You Pardon and Love pardoning. So, Pardon me.”

7 – In the Shade of the Night of Qadr

Sayyid Qutb said in ‘Fi Dhilal al-Qur’an’ (6/3945):

“…This night is better than thousands of months in the lives of human beings. How many thousands of months and years have passed by without leaving in our lives the changes that this single blessed, joyous night leaves us? The might of this night is such that its reality transcends the limits of human comprehension: {“And what will make you understand what the Night of Qadr is?”}

…When we look today after the generations of the past to this noble, joyous night and imagine the amazing festive atmosphere that the Earth witnessed on that night, and we reflect over the reality of what took place that night, and we let its significance in history in the reality of the world, and in the outlook of our hearts and minds sink in, we see something that is truly great. We begin to understand a bit of the purpose of the Qur’anic mention of this night: {“And what will make you understand what the Night of Qadr is?”}

On that night, every wise judgment was made. Values, principles, and scales were laid down. Ordainments were made that surpassed that of individuals: ordainments for nations, countries, and peoples. In fact, it is even greater and mightier than this: ordainment of realities and hearts!

Humankind has become heedless – due to its ignorance and disconnection – of the value of the Night of Qadr and the reality and significance of this event. Since the time that it became heedless of this, it has been deprived of the most joyous and beautiful gifts from Allah. It lost the true happiness and peace – the peace of mind, and peace in the home and society – that Islam granted it. This cannot be replaced by the material bounty, civilization, and power that it has been given. It is in a bad state despite the outpouring of production and high standards of living it possesses!

The beautiful light that shone on it at one time has been put out, as has the illuminating happiness that carried it to the highest levels. The peace that once soaked hearts and souls is absent, and the spiritual joy and heavenly light and ascension to the highest levels can never be replaced.

We as believers are commanded to never forget or be heedless of this memory. Our Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) showed us an easy way to bring this memory to life in our souls and remain connected to it forever, as well as to remain connected to the universal event that occurred in it. This is why he encouraged us to pray on this night every year and to seek it out on the last ten nights of Ramadan. In the two ‘Sahih’s, it says: “Seek out the Night of Qadr in the last ten nights of Ramadan,” and: “Whoever prays in the Night of Qadr out of faith and expectation of reward will have all of his past sins Forgiven.”

Islam is not simply outer actions meant for show. This is why the Messenger of Allah (صلى الله عليه و سلم) said that this prayer should be out of faith and expectation of reward. Likewise, this night prayer should bring back to life the massive concepts that this night encompasses. It should be done out of faith in order to make it purely for Allah, as well as in expectation of reward. At this point, the heart will have a specific reality ingrained in it because of this night prayer that is tied directly to the purpose for which this Qur’an was revealed.

The Islamic method of tarbiyah ties worship to the reality of belief in the conscience. It turns worship into a method of resurrecting these realities, clarifying them, and solidifying them in a living image that transcends mere emotion and isn’t limited to theory. It is confirmed that this method alone can resurrect these realities and turn them into a movement in one’s conscience and character, and that mere realization of these realities without the support of physical worship will not establish these realities or push them into a movement in the life of an individual or the life of a group.

This direct connection between the memory of the Night of Qadr and praying at night out of faith and expectation of reward is just one aspect of this sound and successful Islamic method…”

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Ramadan (Ramazan) Checklist For Students and Everyone July 22, 2011

Filed under: Basic Fundamentals,Ramadan — Faiz @ 6:39 pm
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As Salam O Alaikum!!

Ramadan is near and we again have this opportunity from Allah (SWT) to collect the countless blessings He descends onto us.

Remember Allah (SWT) more in this month and remember much more our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (SA) by reciting Durood Sharif frequently.

I have something very interesting for my Muslim brothers and sisters at this Ramadan to keep track of their daily routine in the month of Ramadan. It is a checklist I got from Kalamullah.com that includes the weekly routine which you must follow in the month of Ramadan. Take a print of it (4 copies) and follow up by ticking the particulars that you performed on daily basis. This is a very interesting practice, because at the end of the Ramadan you will be able to see over the sheet what you missed and how much did you performed. You must then next time encourage yourself to do more of what you did this year.

I insist you to keep this record private to you, because it is essential that you keep your Taqwa to yourself and do not let it reveal and thats when your Taqwa becomes stronger.

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Below is the screenshot of how the checklist look like:

 

 
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