An Explanation of Allahs Beautiful Names and Attributes part 8

15) Al Kabeer This Name of Allah is mentioned in the Qur’an six times. Allah says: That is because Allah is the Truth, and that what they call upon other than Him is falsehood, and because Allah is the Most High, the Grand. [Luqman 31: 30]   Linguistic meaning: opposite to something that is small. […]

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As-salamo-alaikum (peace be on you)

As-salamo-alaikum (peace be on you) The angels from the heavens sing And the same as ordered by Allah His faithful creatures also ring Into the ears of their fellow kind. This peace to which all souls incline, This peace for which the cherubims pine, This peace to grant which the heavens decline To the […]

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Commonly Misheard “Muslim” Words

Written by Theresa Corbin Malaprops happen. Malaprop (noun): the mistaken use of a word in place of a similar-sounding one, often with unintentionally amusing effect. In fact, I have run into many intelligent people who malaprop all over the place. “Arachnids” have become ARK-a-nides (A ship filled with pheasants?). And “hyperbole” has been known to […]

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When I Say I Am MUSLIM!

 

When I say…
I am a Muslim

 

When I say…
I am a Muslim

I am not shouting “down with Christians and Jews.”

                                                                 I am whispering,

                                                                  “I seek peace”

And Islam is the path that I choose.
When I say…
I am a Muslim
I speak this with pride.
And confess that sometimes
I stumble,
And I need Allah to be my guide.
When I say…
I am a Muslim
I know this makes me strong.
And in those times when I am weak,
I pray to Allah for strength to carry on.
When I say…
I am a Muslim
I am not boasting of success.
I’m acknowledging that Allah has rescued me,
And I cannot ever repay the debt.
When I say….
I am a Muslim

I am not claiming to be perfect.

My flaws are indeed visible,
But Allah forgives because
His followers are worth it.
When I say…
I am a Muslim
It does not mean I will never feel pain.
I still have my share of heartaches,
Which is why I invoke Allah’s name.
When I say…
I am a Muslim
I do not wish to judge.
I have no such authority,
My duty is to submit to Allah’s All-Encompassing love.
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