searching for money, fame, luxurious life

aslamu alikkum

The people are searching for money, fame, luxurious life, and peace too. this is what inconsistency of life, if we need peace the first three will helps no-longer for that, and ISLAM gives you if we really lead the islamic life.

The basic pillars of Islam are

  • Witnessing-Shahadah

Islam is not merely the confession of a faith which is made once in a lifetime. It requires a radical reorientation of life and thought. The confession is not merely verbal; it is an act of witnessing (Shahadah) which must transform our life into a living testimony of faith. You enter Islam by saying Shahadah (bearing witness). But you can live in Islam only by constantly doing Shahadah (Quran 2:143, 22:28). This will bring you in ceaseless confrontation with false gods inside you and outside you. Every act of sacrifice nourishes your Iman; for it transforms a verbal confession into a living reality. Therefore, it is through sacrifice that you can truly learn to love Allah, and to live and die for Him!


  • Prayer-Salat

  • Charity-Zakah

  • Fasting-Sawm

  • Pilgrimage-Hajj

The question is are we really do all the above mentioned fundamental duties to be Muslim, the obvious answer is no. insha allah, allah will keep the demon away from us and let us to be the Muslim (however not shia Muslim, sunni Muslim, or whatever)

as a student of Islam i came to know that we do not follow what holly Quran says.

being a Muslim these are may be the major mistake what we do

DARGAH WORSHIP that make us to refuse laa ilaaha illallah
Todays modern world keeps us engaged on earning money for the daily life which led us to stay away from salah
what ever we earn thats never enough for our daily luxurious life which stops us to offer Zakah
fasting alhamdulillah we do it at-least on Ramadan
hajj, almost every Muslim get this opportunity insha allah, but when if we do not satisfy the condition to be a Muslim(not literally), there is no point in hajj

so we are lack in doing the fundamental rules of islam,

making sex in Muslim community is haram

interest is haram

having tobacco and alcohol is haram

killing a Muslim or innocent people is haram

even staring a girl who is not our wife, sister or mom is haram

HARAM is not just a word, that is the term which lead us in to the hell fire where a human kind never likes to live

insha Allah, we have to follow the Islam as it is.

please visit the website where the video guide is available for especially non-Muslims insha allah, i hope the right information are given as per my knowledge, if any of wrong or anti-islamic information are found please let me know to check it you. thank you.



Islam treats obesity

It is the disease of this era which exhausts the resources of countries; did Islam get any treatment for that disease? Let us read…

What is obesity?

Obesity is defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health. A crude population measure of obesity is the body mass index (BMI), a person’s weight (in kilograms) divided by the square of his or her height (in meters).

A person with a BMI of 30 or more is generally considered obese. A person with a BMI equal to or more than 25 is considered overweight.

Overweight and obesity are major risk factors for a number of chronic diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer. Once considered a problem only in high income countries, overweight and obesity are now dramatically on the rise in low- and middle-income countries, particularly in urban settings.

Facts about obesity

According to the figures of the world health organization (WHO) in 2005 approximately 1.6 billion adults (age 15+) were overweight and at least 400 million adults were obese.

WHO projects that by 2015, approximately 2.3 billion adults will be overweight and more than 700 million will be obese and at least 20 million children under the age of 5 years are overweight globally in 2005.

Causes of obesity

The fundamental cause of obesity and overweight is an energy imbalance between calories consumed on one hand, and calories expended on the other hand. Global increases in overweight and obesity are attributable to a number of factors including a global shift in diet towards increased intake of energy-dense foods that are high in fat and sugars but low in vitamins, minerals and other micronutrients; and a trend towards decreased physical activity due to the increasingly sedentary nature of many forms of work, changing modes of transportation, and increasing urbanization.

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Muslim Marriage

The choice of a partner by a Muslim virgin girl is subject to the approval of the father or the guardian. This is to safeguard her welfare and interests. The prophet said “the widow and the divorced woman shall not be married until she has consented and the virgin shall not be married until her consent is obtained.”

According to the clear statement of the Qur’an, tranquility and peace through a successful union is considered the primary objective of marriage: (Among His signs is that He created for you spouses of your own kind in order that you may repose to them in tranquility and He instilled in your hearts love and affection for one another; verily, in these are signs for those who reflect (on the nature of the reality).)

(Ar-Rum 30: 21).

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Islam on Suicide Missions

Islam clearly prohibits both suicide and killing of innocents.

“O ye who believe!… [do not] kill yourselves, for truly Allah has been to you Most Merciful.  If any do that in rancour and injustice, soon shall We cast him into the Fire…” (Qur’an 4:29-30).

“And fight in the way of God against those who fight you. But do not transgress the limits. Truly God does not love transgressors.” (Surah 2:190)

“And do not spread discord on the (face of the) earth”(Surah alBaqarah V. 60)

The Quran clearly states that the killing of (even) one innocent person is equivalent to massacre of all humankind because it is like opening the floodgates that creates a situation beyond anyone’s control; while saving one life is equivalent to the rescue of all humankind.

Our Prophet Mohammad (PUBH) has said that Allah takes mercy upon those who take mercy upon fellow human beings. You treat the inhabitants of earth with compassion and the inhabitant of Heaven (Allah) shall show compassion towards you (Tirmizi, Abu Dawood).
Hazrat Abu Bakr, the first leader of Islam after Prophet Muhammad, gave these commandments prior to dispatching army to Syria in battle against Roman Empire. This also established the conduct of war for later Muslim generations:

“Stop, O people, that I may give you ten rules to keep by heart: Do not commit treachery, nor depart from the right path. You must not mutilate, neither kill a child or aged man or woman. Do not destroy a palm tree, nor burn it with fire and do not cut any fruitful tree. You must not slay any of the flock or herds or the camels, save for your subsistence. You are likely to pass by people who have devoted their lives to monastic services; leave them to that to which they have devoted their lives. You are likely, likewise, to find people who will present to you meals of many kinds. You may eat; but do no forget to mention the name of God.”

A fatwa was issued against suicide attack. It says “suicide bombings and attacks against civilian targets are not only condemned by Islam, but render the perpetrators totally out of the fold of Islam, in other words, to be unbelievers”. “They can’t claim that their suicide bombings are martyrdom operations and that they become the heroes of the Muslim ummah [nation], no, they become heroes of hellfire, and they are leading towards hellfire,” he said. “There is no place for any martyrdom and their act is never, ever to be considered jihad [holy war],” he said. “Terrorism is terrorism, violence is violence and it has no place in Islamic teaching and no justification can be provided for it, or any kind of excuses or ifs or buts.”

Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, Imam of Makka’s Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia, has also denounced terrorism saying No Room for Terrorism in Islam. He also condemned suicide bombing as ‘haram’ and un-Islamic.

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  1. Scribing during the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). The Revelation scribes wrote down the Quran, according to the order of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), on pieces of cloth, leather, bones, and stones. Its verses were ordered and arranged according to Allah’s inspiration. At the beginning, it was not gathered in one book. Some of the Prophet’s companions scribed parts and surahs specially for themselves after they had memorized it from the Prophet.
  2. Compiling Quran during the era of Abu Bakr al-Siddiq: Zayd Ibn Thabit gathered the Quran in one book. He was charged to do this by Abu Bakr al-Siddiq, according to an advice from Umar Ibn Al-Khattab. Its resource was the parts written by the Revelation scribes; so he gathered all of it in one book, the Holy Quran.
  3. Compiling Quran during the era of Uthman Ibn Affan: In his reign, the Quran was written from the main copy gathered during the era of Abu Bakr al-Siddiq. It was kept at the residence of Hafsah Bint Umar, (one of the Prophet’s wives). He charged the following scribes to do it:
    1. Zayd Ibn Thabit.
    2. Abdullah Ibn Al-Zubair.
    3. Said Ibn Al-`As.
    4. Abdul-Rahman Ibn Al-Harith Ibn Hisham.

They scribed many copies of Quran, reflecting in their writing the different correct readings (Arabic accents) of it; excluding any incorrect one. It was not marked with dots or vowel points. Uthman kept a copy at Medina and sent the remaining copies to the various Islamic countries.

  1. Dotting and Vowelization. Dotting and vowelization passed through three stages:
    1. In the first stage: Dots were used as syntactical marks. This was in the era of Mu`awiyah Ibn Abi Sufyan, who charged Abu Al-Aswad Al-Dualy to do it in order to prevent people from a faulty reading of the Quran.
    2. In the second stage: Arabic letters were marked with different dotting to differentiate between them (e.g.:B, T,TH). This was in the time of Abdul-Malik Ibn Marawan, who charged Al-Hajjaj to do it. Al-Hajjaj, in his turn, charged Nasr Ibn Asem and Hayy Ibn Yaamor to accomplish it.
    3. In the third stage: Complete vowel points (e.g. dammah, fathah, kasrah) were used, in the form we are using nowadays. This method was invented by Al-Khaleel Ibn Ahmed Al Faraheedi. Source :

Egyptian pharoah’s statue found in trash after two weeks


Cairo: A limestone statue of Egyptian pharoah Akhenaten, one of the eight artefacts stolen during the uprising that brought down president Hosni Mubarak, has been found in a trash heap two weeks after it was purloined and has been returned to Cairo’s national museum.

The ministry of antiquities said Thursday that the limestone statue of King Akhenaten, father of boy King Tutankhamun, has been returned to the museum, after looters broke into the museum amid massive demonstrations that led to Mubarak’s ouster.

The statue was returned by a professor at the American University in Cairo after one of his family members found it next to some trash, Xinhua reported.

The statue was returned Wednesday night to an archaeological committee, which asserted the statue was intact, except for its other part, an offering table, which was found separately inside the museum.

The committee also confirmed the authenticity of the statue.

Tarek el-Awdi, director general of the Egyptian National Museum, said the seven-cm tall statue will be subject to a restoration process before it is displayed again.

In another report, the ministry said several archaeological sites have been vandalised. The tomb of Hetep-Ka in Cairo’s Saqqara area was broken into and the false door was stolen along with objects stored in the tomb.

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Simple fact: Egyptians love, trust, and respect their Military Forces!

There is a growing sense of mistrust towards the Egyptian Armed Forces and their role in leading people through the after-Mubarak transition period. There were strange comments on the Statement#4 of the Military High Council today. I entirely disagree with this analysis. It is built on misinterpreting the moves of the Military High Council (MHC) which is doing its best to keep up people’s confidence in them. 

The Military here in Egypt is much respected and trusted than any other authority in the state. I would claim that they played a very important role in making our revolution succeed by simply not using violence. They have never shot any one or harass any protester in any way and under any condition. On the contrary, they have helped save the lives of the protesters against the thugs hired by Mubarak. They refused to comply with Mubarak’s orders to kill protesters. Even before the revolution, whenever they were need to play a civil role, they always do it perfectly with showing high respect to the people. I

t was not strange to see people cheering them when they came with their tanks and weapons to the streets last Friday. Egyptian people love, respect, and trust their military. Continue reading “Simple fact: Egyptians love, trust, and respect their Military Forces!”