Monthly Archives: November 2014

Al-Gafur Ar-Raheem


Al-Gafur Ar-Raheem…. ❤

“When
– my heart became constricted and
– my paths became narrow,
– I took my hope in your pardon and
– forgiveness, as an opening and an escape.

My sins seemed very great to me, but when I compared them to Your Forgiveness My Lord, I found Your Forgiveness to be greater.

[Imaam Ash-Shafi’i, rahimahUllah]

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Free Hearts ..


Free Hearts .. ❤

The Prophet (sallAllaahu alahi wa salaam) said,

“A group of people (both men and women) whose hearts will be like the hearts of birds, will enter Paradise” [Muslim]

It is reported that such people are those who put their trust in Allah; another interpretation is that these people are tender-hearted ..

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So if keeping secrets is obligatory ..


If you tell a secret to the wind, don’t be mad it told the trees…

Praise be to Allaah.

Secrets are a kind of trust, and thus they are a kind of contract or covenant which must be kept.

It is necessary to be harsh with those who disclose them, because they are betraying a trust and breaking their promise; and those who deserve to a ta’zeer punishment should be punished.

“Verily, Allaah commands that you should render back the trusts to those, to whom they are due” [al-Nisa’ 4:58]

So if keeping secrets is obligatory, then disclosing them is haraam.

The Prophet (Sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) told a secret to ‘Aa’ishah and Hafsah and entrusted them with it, but they disclosed the secret, and Allaah rebuked them for that.

Disclosing secrets is one of the signs of hypocrisy, because it comes under the heading of betraying a trust.

It was narrated from ‘Abd-Allaah ibn ‘Amr that the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) said:

“There are four qualities, whoever has all of them is a pure hypocrite, and whoever has some of them has a characteristic of hypocrisy until he gives it up:

– when he is entrusted with something he betrays that trust;
– when he speaks he lies;
– when he makes a promise he breaks it, and
– when he disputes he resorts to lies and falsehood.”

Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 34; Muslim, 58.

Fatwa on keeping secrets…

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Some assumption is sinful ..


Gheerah … ❤

Some assumption is sinful

From The Advice to the Women:

Jealousy (Gheerah) is of two types,
– praiseworthy and
– blameworthy.

Praiseworthy jealousy is the type of jealousy
that does not trangress the limits of Islaamic law.

Blameworthy jealousy is the jealousy
that trangresses beyond the limits of the Islaamic law.

Therefore, if it transgresses Islaamic law
then it is blameworthy because it incites
the one who possesses this emotion
to make accusations towards others and
more specifically the accusations of the husbands towards their wives.

Allah the Mighty and Majestic says: “Avoid (too) much assumption. Indeed some assumption is sinful” Surah Hujurat [49:12].

Aboo Hurayrah (radiAllaahu anh) said that the Messenger of Allah (sallAllaahu alayhi wa salam) said: “Beware of suspicion for indeed, suspicion is the most deceptive speech.”

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Oh son of Aadam, you are but a few days


Value of Time.. ❤

Al-Hassan Al-Basri (rahimahuUllah) said: “Oh son of Aadam, you are but a few days, whenever a day is gone, part of you is gone too.” [1]

Al-Qasim Ibn Asa’kir (rahimahUllah) was informed that Sulaim Ibn Ayyub (rahimahullaah) used to give importance to his time. He never wasted any time without doing a useful act. He either wrote books, gave lectures or read. [2]

Abu Al-Wafa’ Ali Ibn Aqeel (rahimahUllah) said: ” I am not allowed to waste an hour of my life. Even when I am not giving lectures or reading, my mind will still be occupied with some issues while I am lying down; and I will not get up until I find something useful to write. And I still find myself striving for knowledge in my eighties more so than when I was in my twenties.” [3]

Al-Hasan Al-Basri (rahimahUllah) advised his companions saying: “Do not be occupied with ephemeral worldly pleasure and forget the hereafter, your life is short, so hurry up and do not postpone today’s work till tomorrow, because you do not know when you will die and meet Allaah.” [4]

Al-Hasan Al-Basri (rahimahUllah) said: “I met some people who were more stingy with their time than their money” [5]
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[1] Siyar a’laam An-nubalaa by Adh-Dhahabi, 4:585
[2] Siyar a’laam An-nubalaa by Adh-Dhahabi, 17:646
[3] Al-Muntadham by Ibn Jawzi, 9:214
[4]Hilyat Al-Awliya by Abi Nu’aym, 2:140
[5] Sharh As-Sunnah by Al-Baghawi, 14:225

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