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"an-Naseehah (The Advice)" Issue 02 Coming Out This May,in sha'Allaah.

Here is a sneak peek into what we have for you in this issue.
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an-Naseehah is an attempt to reach out to the people of all age groups with Islam, free from all innovations and deviations. It is an attempt to clarify, 'the Right Manhaj (way)' based upon the way of the Salafus-Saalih (pious predecessors) towards major aspects of our religion: 'Aqeedah, Ibadah, Da'wah and other fields of Islamic learning, by connecting the Muslims with the scholars of Islam, both past and present through their works.

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Assalaamu 'alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakatuhu:

We are now dispatching the an-Naseehah 20 pages Newsletter (including covers) to various cities across India, in sha'Allaah.
If you need it in your city. Do let us know of Da'wah centers / bookstores in your city willing to stock few copies of it. All details related to the cost of this newsletter and payment details for distribution centers will be conveyed accordingly.
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This newsletter is an attempt to reach out to the people of all age groups with Islam, free from all innovations and deviations. An attempt to clarify, ‘the Right Manhaj (way)’ based upon the way of the Salafus-Saalih (pious predecessors) towards major aspects of our religion: 'Aqeedah, Ibadah, Da’wah and other fields of Islamic learning, by connecting the Muslims with the scholars of Islam, both past and present through their works.
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Assalaamu 'alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakatuhu:

We are now dispatching the an-Naseehah 20 pages Newsletter (including covers) to various cities across India, in sha'Allaah.
If you need it in your city. Do let us know of Da'wah centers / bookstores in your city willing to stock few copies of it. All details related to the cost of this newsletter and payment details for distribution centers will be conveyed accordingly.
[Only for India]
Share the Khayr so that people benefit from it.
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This newsletter is an attempt to reach out to the people of all age groups with Islam, free from all innovations and deviations. An attempt to clarify, ‘the Right Manhaj (way)’ based upon the way of the Salafus-Saalih (pious predecessors) towards major aspects of our religion: 'Aqeedah, Ibadah, Da’wah and other fields of Islamic learning, by connecting the Muslims with the scholars of Islam, both past and present through their works.
Any comments, suggestions, criticisms can be sent to editor at: editor@naseehah.net
For any queries related to distribution and purchase of this newsletter, e-mail us at: contact@naseehah.net
Alternatively, you can contact us via our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/an.naseehah
BaarakAllaah feekum.
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The newsletter “an-Naseehah” is one of the projects of www.islamictreasure.com bi’idhnillaahi ta’ala.

It is an attempt to reach out to the people of all age groups with Islam, free from all innovations and deviations. An attempt to clarify, ‘the Right Manhaj (way)’ based upon the way of the Salafus-Saalih (pious predecessors) towards major aspects of our religion: ‘Aqeedah, Ibadah, Da’wah and other fields of Islamic learning, by connecting the Muslims with the scholars of Islam, both past and present through their works.

It is due to launch next week in sha’Allaah.

It is a newsletter whose goal is to promote true Islam that derives from the book of Allaah سبحانه وتعالى, the Sunnah of His Messenger صلي الله عليه وسلم, and the understanding of the Sahaabah رضي الله عنهم. This is the only path that can incorporate correct Islamic beliefs and practices.

Since, over the centuries, Muslims have largely drifted away from this magnificent path, it becomes imperative to guide them back to it and help them live by its dictates.

Our mission, then, is to present purified Islamic teachings and practical guidelines for implementing them.

This newsletter is a humble response to our realization of a great responsibility: the responsibility to bring forth before the English speaking public, writings that refine Islam and present it pure and simple, as close as possible to the way it was understood and practiced by its early righteous pioneers – the Salaf-us-Saalih.

We call upon all Muslims to support us in carrying out this noble trust. This will surely elevate and honor us and spread the eternal message of Islam all over the earth, in sha’ Allaah.

This newsletter is an attempt to reach out to the people of all age groups with Islam, free from all innovations and deviations. An attempt to clarify, ‘the Right Manhaj (way)’ based upon the way of the Salafus-Saalih (pious predecessors) towards major aspects of our religion: ‘Aqeedah, Ibadah, Da’wah and other fields of Islamic learning, by connecting the Muslims with the scholars of Islam, both past and present through their works.

Any comments, suggestions, criticisms can be sent to editor at: editor@naseehah.net

For any queries related to distribution and purchase of this newsletter, e-mail us at: contact@naseehah.net

Official Website: www.naseehah.net

Alternatively, you can contact us via our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/an.naseehah

BaarakAllaah feekum.

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[Disease of the heart is a suffering that lasts even after death]

al-Imaam ash-Shaykh Ahmad ibn ‘Abdur-Rahmaan Ibn Qudaamah al-Maqdisee (rahimahullaah) mentions in his book, “Mukhtasar Minhaaj al-Qaasideen”:

Just as the cause of a disease in the body cannot be treated except with its anti-medication – if it is caused by heat, its medication is to be with cold and vice versa – also ill morals, which arc caused by diseases of the heart, are to treated with their opposites; so ignorance is to be treated with knowledge, Stinginess with generosity, pride with humility, and greed with avoiding the desired object.

Just as one should bear the bitterness of medicine and resist one’s craving for certain things in order to have one’s body cured, also one should hear the bitterness of resisting one’s vain desires and keep patient while trying to remedy the diseases of one’s heart. The latter is worthier of sacrifice and endurance, as physical diseases end with death whereas a disease of the heart is a suffering that lasts even after death.

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Read the complete article here along with the Arabic text: http://www.islamictreasure.com/disease-of-the-heart-is-a-suffering-that-lasts-even-after-death/
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Shaykh Saalih ibn al-Fawzaan al-Fawzaan (hafidhahullaah) and Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah) replies to the question as to what is special about fasting that Allaah has singled it out from other acts of worship by his statement “Fasting is for Me and I shall reward for it”?

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For the complete article along with the Arabic text, kindly visit: http://www.islamictreasure.com/explanation-of-fasting-is-for-me-and-i-shall-reward-for-it/

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The correct view is that, with regards to fasting that is accompanied by sins, the fast is not invalidated by that, rather it is valid and the fasting person has fulfilled his obligation and does not have to make up the fast. But the more sins are committed and the more serious they are, the more that detracts from the reward of fasting, and it may cancel out the reward altogether, and the fasting person is left with nothing as a result of his fast apart from hunger and thirst.

So that a person may have denied himself food, drink and all the things that break the fast, yet still deprived himself of the reward for that by disobeying Allaah. Hence the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The one who fasts may get nothing from his fast but hunger, and the one who prays qiyaam may get nothing from his qiyaam but a sleepless night.” [Narrated by Ibn Maajah, 1690; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh Ibn Maajah]

For the complete article with it text in Arabic and English, kindly read: http://www.islamictreasure.com/sins-and-disobedience-detracts-from-the-rewards-of-fasting/

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- [ I, Me and Myself ] -
There goes a famous dialogue in the Indian film industry these days which is “Never underestimate 3 things in Life – I, Me and Myself”. This is on the tongues of both young and old and they proudly utter this boastful statement to one and all, as and when required.

Leave apart the non-Muslims, what is even more strange is the fact that, young Muslims of today have turned a deaf ear to their religion, and have been accustomed so much to the custom and culture of this deceitful world, that they don’t even analyze anything, before uttering.

People utter this foolish statement only in order to boast about themselves, or to put himself/herself above others. Whenever they utter such statement, a sense of pride creeps in. Hardly do they realize that they are oppressing their own selves.

Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah (rahimahullaah) mentions in his book Za’ad al-Ma’aad:

“Every Muslim should be warned of the oppression of: ‘I – My/Mine – I Possess’

Indeed these three words are what Iblees (Shaytan), Fir’awn and Qaroon were tried with.

Read the complete article here, Insha'Allaah: http://www.islamictreasure.com/i-me-and-myself/

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- [Daughters are a Trust] -

Having daughters is a blessing of which many people are unaware, because they are easy to raise, and because of the great reward that a person may gain through them, as the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

“Whoever takes care of two girls until they reach puberty, he and I will come like this on the Day of Resurrection” – and he held his two fingers together. [Narrated by Muslim (2631)]

Daughters are a trust which has been placed with the father. Allaah commands the father to take care of this trust and look after it.

One of the most important responsibility towards this trust, is undoubtedly choosing a righteous husband for her which is one of the greatest means by which a father may protect his daughter, because marriage is a major move in a person’s life towards peace, tranquility and happiness, so it is essential to make the right choice in order to achieve these hopes.

The wise father is the one who strives to achieve this great aim for his daughter, and does not feel at ease until he finds her a husband who is of good character and religiously committed, who will look after her and take care of her. When he finds him, he does not hesitate to offer his daughter to him in marriage, because he sees that that is in her best interests.

Read the complete article here Insha'Allaah : http://www.islamictreasure.com/daughters-are-a-trust/

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- [ Specially for Students on the path of acquiring Knowledge ] -

An important thing to remember when seeking knowledge as in many other things in life, is that one must be consistent if they want to achieve any level of success. Be not deceived by the erroneous concept that, "Success is gained in large strides."

Rather, it is the opposite which stands true. This is a reality that eludes many who contemplate on success and being successful. Success is most often attained by way of small yet consistent steps. The Arabs have a proverb which states,

"A little which is consistent is better and far more in quantity than a lot which suddenly stops."

Read More at: http://www.islamictreasure.com/consistency-is-a-must/
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