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3/21/14
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Islamic Art Gallery
Shafina Ali
Creative Islamic artist based in UK. Handmade bespoke designs
©Shafina Ali.
For orders & enquiries please contact me via email - info@islamicartgallery.co.uk

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رَبِّ زِدنِي عِلْمًا
Oh my Lord, increase me in knowledge.

Hand painted and designed by Shafina Ali
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Ayatul Qursi - step by step
40"x30" acrylic on canvas
Hand painted & hand crafted

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Step by step progress
By: Shafina Ali
Islamic Art Gallery

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Selection of hand painted Islamic calligraphy canvases made for Bhukhari class of 2014 to gift to their Molanas (teachers) .
All painting are hand painted on deep edge gallery wrap canvas.

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"None among you is a [perfect] believer until I become more beloved to him than his father, his children, and all people" (Bukhārī, Muslim).

The word “love” in this ḥadīth does not refer to the natural love (al-ḥubb al-ṭabīʿī) one feels for someone, since such love is beyond one’s control. This refers to a logical love (al-ḥubb al-ʿaqlī), which demands that a person give priority to what the intellect gives preference to, even if it goes against his personal desires. This is similar to the love of a sick person for medicine, who only consumes it due to his knowledge of its benefits, despite his natural dislike for it. Hence, love for Allāh’s Messenger (saw)demands that a person fulfill his commands, despite natural inclinations not to, knowing that true benefit and salvation will come from following those commands. Love here could also refer to the love of belief (al-ḥubb al-īmānī) that develops because of awe and respect for Allāh’s Messenger (saw) and his bounties and mercy upon the believers. Hence, one gives preference to the desires of the beloved [Messenger SAW] over the desires of one’s family and self, especially when the Messenger (saw) has been characterized with all possible elements of love—knowledge, inward and outward beauty, sublime character, and abundant generosity
(Mirqāt al-mafātīḥ 1:145).
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A [true] Muslim is he from whose tongue and hand other believers remain safe (Bukhārī, Muslim).

And a [true] warrior is one who exerts himself in obedience to Allāh (Aḥmad, Bayhaqī, Shuʿab al- īmān).
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