REFLECTIONS ON JUZ 6

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  •  Obligation of promises to keep – we have been addressed as believers to fulfill our promises we make. Do not commit, if you can’t keep it.   Al-Maidah -1
  • Do not be close friends with Jews & Christians, its human nature to get influenced by his friends. We should keep check on our children’s company.   Al-Maidah -51
  • A believer should have friendship with Allah subhana’ watalah and Rasullullah sallulaho copy and then comes momineen who establish salah and pay zakah. This standarnd of alliance is set by Allah subhana’ watalah.   Al-Maidah 55
  • Dying on shirk, is unforgiveable crime (Sin) – and its torment is hell fire.  Al-Maidah 73

May Allahsubhana’ watalah protect us from hidden & open shirk. Ameen !!

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REFLECTIONS ON JUZ 7

Alhuda, The Quran Club

  • Time of death is fixed and cann’t be changed by any means. At length, when death approaches, angels take soul, and they never fail in their duty.  Al-Ana’m 61
  • Do not sit with those people who make fun of deen and Quran.  Al-Ana’m 68
  • We will have to stand alone in front of Allah, its imagination brings shivers down to my spine. Al-Ana’m 94
  • We can’t see Allah swt but His (swt) grasp is over all visions, when we ridicule others by rolling eyes or make negative eye actions, it is grasped by Him.   Al-Ana’m 103

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JUZ 8 – POINTS TO PONDER (Part 2)

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Surah Al A’raf Ayahs 1 to 65

  • [7:3] Allah has revealed His Book to guide you and to warn you to stay away from worshipping others besides Him.
  • [7:8] The level of your deeds will be determined by their weight in the Balance established on the Day of Judgement in the court of Allah. The ones whose scales are heavy – it is they who will be the successful. Ask Allah to make your mawaazeen (scales) heavy with good deeds on the Day of Judgement.
  • [7:11] Be grateful to Allah Al Musawwir for the form He shaped you in. Stop complaining about your (or others’) looks.
  • [7:12] Shaytan disobeyed Allah, refused to prostrate to Adam because of his arrogance so he was far removed from the Mercy of Allah. Never be arrogant as it is the seed to all bad deeds. Don’t ever think you are…

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Is it permissible to continue drinking/eating during Fajr Adhaan in Ramadhan?

Seekers of Knowledge

Q) During Ramadan, can a person continue to drink or eat from what is in their hand upon the Athaan or commencement of Fajr/Subuh?

A) If at the time of Suhoor (the Pre-Dawn meal) a person is already drinking and the Athaan is sounded or the time of Fajr commences, then he can continue in light of the following hadith.

Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) said:

“If any of you hear the call for Fajr, and in your hand is a vessel, don’t put it down until you finish taking what you need from it.”
(Sunan Abu Dawud and graded as being Hasan Saheeh by Sheikh Al-Albani)

What is understood from this hadith is that if a person was ALREADY drinking before the athaan and there is some drink in his mouth, he can consume or swallow it. Moreover, he can drink what is left in his glass…

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10 Psychological benefits of Fasting

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I recently attended an online conference in which different aspects of Ramadan were discussed. The one session that really stuck with me is the one where the sister spoke about the psychological and emotional benefits of fasting. So I wanted to share with you what I had learnt.

Have you seen he who has taken as his God his (own) desire…

Quran (45:23)

We can easily take something aside from Allah as our God. If we don’t submit to Allah we will submit to something else. Whether it’s our money, our children, our job, our own self etc. So we should use Ramadan to become closer to Allah and rid ourselves of these false gods we have put in the place of Allah. As the sister discussed Ramadan is the perfect opportunity as it not only improves our spiritual self but also our psychological and emotional self. She discussed 10…

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25 Ways to Enter Jannah (Paradise)

Striving Muslimah

We all want to enter Jannah but are we sincerely striving for it? There are multiple ways to attain the pleasure of Allah SWT and enter His Jannah. Allah SWT has made it easy for us to enter His Jannah but some of us forget this due to an Attachment’ to this temporary worldly life!

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Following are some hadiths which will show us 25 ways or good deeds to enter the Jannah.

Remember, these are not the ‘only’ 25 ways and there should be ‘sincerity’ and ‘consistency’ in these acts to get Jannat-ul-Firdause In Shaa Allah!

1. Whoever meets Allah without ascribing anything to Him will enter Jannah.( Sahih al-Bukhari )

2. Whoever believes (has Imaan) in Allah and His Messenger (peace be upon him), and establishes the prayer and fasts in the month of Ramadan, it is incumbent upon Allah that He enters him in Jannah. (…

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