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Islam declares women as precious jewels and honors them with the wealth of virtue, decency, greatness and majesty. To protect her honor and chastity, Hijab has been ordered and she is ordered to Hijab herself, so that this precious jewel is not blemished with ill-sight.
http://www.islammirror.in/hijab-freedom-or-oppression/

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Having a good character, being kind and loving your wife is a part of Faith and should be followed.
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We live in a world where we need each other at times when a task has to be done. People have needs that they would like to be met and there are people who can do a specific job very well. There are also people who own these objects of service that are available for use. Read more on: http://blog.uaalim.com/430-2?ap_id=AFL_AT

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Blessed Childhood of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallam):

When, Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) was 4 or 5 years of age as related by Anas in Sahih Muslim, Jinreal (Alaihissalaam) came down and ripped his chest open and took out the heart. He then extracted a blood-clot out of it and said: “That was the part of Satan in thee.” And then he washed it with the water of Zamzam in a gold basin. After that the heart was joined together and restored to its place. The boys and playmates came running to his mother, i.e. his nurse, and said: “Verily, Muhammad (Peace be upon him) has been murdered.” They all rushed towards him and found him all right only his face was white.

After this event, Bibi Haleemah (RaziAllahu Anha) was worried about the boy and returned him to his mother with whom he stayed until he was six. In respect of the memory of her late husband, Bibi Amina (RaziAllahu Anha) decided to visit his grave in Yathrib (Madinah). She set out to cover a journey of 500 kilometers with her orphan boy, woman servant Umm Ayman and her father-in-law ‘Abdul-Muttalib (RaziAllahu Anhu). She spent a month there and then took her way back to Makkah. On the way, she had a severe illness and died in Abwa on the road between Makkah and Madinah.

‘Abdul-Muttalib (RaziAllahu Anhu) brought the boy to Makkah. He had warm passions towards the boy, his orphan grandson, whose recent disaster (his mother’s death) added more to the pains of the past. ‘Abdul- Muttalib (RaziAllahu Anhu) was more passionate with his grandson than with his own children. He never left the boy a prey to loneliness, but always preferred him to his own kids. Ibn Hisham reported: A mattress was put in the shade of Al-Ka‘bah for ‘Abdul-Muttalib (RaziAllahu Anhu). His children used to sit around that mattress in honour to their father, but Muhammad (Peace be upon him) used to sit on it. His uncles would take him back, but if ‘Abdul-Muttalib (RaziAllahu Anhu) was present, he would say: “Leave my grandson. I swear by Allâh that this boy will hold a significant position.” He used to seat the boy on his mattress, pat his back and was always pleased with what the boy did.

When Muhammad (Peace be upon him) was eight years, two months and ten days old, his grandfather ‘Abdul-Muttalib (RaziAllahu Anhu) passed away in Makkah. The charge of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) was now passed on to his uncle Abu Talib (RaziAllahu Anhu), who was the brother of the Prophet’s father.

Abu Talib (RaziAllahu Anhu) took the charge of his nephew in the best way. He put him with his children and preferred him to them. He singled the boy out with great respect and high esteem. Abu Talib (RaziAllahu Anhu) remained for forty years cherishing his nephew and extending all possible protection and support to him. His relations with the others were determined in the light of the treatment they showed to the Prophet (Peace be upon him).

Ibn ‘Asakir reported on the authority of Jalhamah bin ‘Arfuta who said: “I came to Makkah when it was a rainless year, so Quraish said ‘O Abu Talib, the valley has become leafless and the children hungry, let us go and pray for rain-fall.’ Abu Talib (RaziAllahu Anhu) went to Al-Ka‘bah with a young boy who was as beautiful as the sun, and a black cloud was over his head. Abu Talib (RaziAllahu Anhu) and the boy stood by the wall of Al-Ka‘bah and prayed for rain. Immediately clouds from all directions gathered and rain fell heavily and caused the flow of springs and growth of plants in the town and the country. That young boy was none other than Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).
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This is the true Islam which Prophet Muhammad (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallam) taught us, not the one which ISIS follows. This is enough proof that ISIS is not Islamic state. How many more people should die before all the people from each and every country realize that they (ISIS) do not belong to any religion but their own desires.
#isis   #terrorism   #isil   #apostasy  
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