in shaa allaah

Karna yang terjaga itu jauh lebih dihargai dan istimewa.

Karna yang tersimpan rapat,

itu jauh lebih manis dan indah saat bersua.

karna cinta, bukan dinilai dari parasnya.

namun dari agama dan ahlaknya.

Karna wanita bukanlah barang dagangan yang tersebar bebas di dunia Maya.

namun, mereka ialah perhiasan dunia yang tak terbeli harga dirinya.

maka, jangan samakan wajah dan tubuhmu dengan barang dagangan.

yang wira-wiri mengisi lelaman sosial media.

ayo kita hargai diri sendiri

dengan menjaga dan menyimpan semua yang ada di diri

cukup untuk suami nanti.

.

.

Yang terlihat bebas di dunia maya,

itu biasa,

namun yang pandai menjaga dan menyembunyikan identitasnya

tentulah ia istimewa.

In shaa Allaah.

Project menulis tentang wanita (01)

Made these ferrero/nutella cream horns again alhamdulillaah 😊
Sisters if you’re interested in learning how to make them let me know in shaa Allaah and I’ll make a vid 😊

DAILY DUA

Dua upon breaking the fast

ذَهَبَ الظَّمَأُ ، وَابْتَلَّتِ الْعُرُوقُ ، وَثَبَتَ الأَجْرُ إِنْ شَاءَ اللهُ

Translation

The thirst has gone and the veins are moist, and reward is assured, if Allah wills.

Note:
Any other personal dua a person might want to make can be said as well at the time of Iftaar.

Transliteration

dhahab-aẓ-ẓama’u, wabtallat-il-‛urooqu, wa thabat-al-ajru in shaa’ allaah

Sources: Abu Dawud No# 2357

A Widespread Weak Du'ā For Ifṭār

As Ramaḍān is approaching there is something that I would like to bring to attention is the Du'ā at the time of Ifṭār (breaking fast) which is common and widespread amongst people,

🚫 “Allaahuma Laka Ṣumtu Wa ‘Alaa Rizqika Afṭartu” (O Allāh I fasted for you and I broke it upon which you’ve provided me with) 🚫

This Du'ā has been declared weak by Muḥaddithīn such as Ibn Ḥajar, an-Nawawī, adh-Dhahabī, Ibn al-Qayyim, ash-Shawkānee, al-Albānī and other than them,

As for the correct Du'ā for Ifṭār it is as follows:
✔ Dhahab aẓ-Ẓama`u Wabtallatil ‘Urooq Wa Thabat al-Ajru In Shaa Allaah (The thirst is gone, the veins are moistened and the reward is confirmed, if Allāh wills) ✔

• [Reported by Abū Dāwūd, an-Nasā`ī, al-Bazzār, al-Ḥākim, al-Bayhaqī and others]

●[http://www.sahab.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=113193]

اللهم بلغنا رمضان بالصحة والعافية
Translator : Musa shaleem Muhammad

A Widespread Weak Du'ā For Ifṭār

As Ramaḍān is approaching there is something that I would like to bring to attention is the Du'ā at the time of Ifṭār (breaking fast) which is common and widespread amongst people,

🚫 “Allaahuma Laka Ṣumtu Wa ‘Alaa Rizqika Afṭartu” (O Allāh I fasted for you and I broke it upon which you’ve provided me with) 🚫

This Du'ā has been declared weak by Muḥaddithīn such as Ibn Ḥajar, an-Nawawī, adh-Dhahabī, Ibn al-Qayyim, ash-Shawkānee, al-Albānī and other than them,

As for the correct Du'ā for Ifṭār it is as follows:

✔ Dhahab aẓ-Ẓama`u Wabtallatil ‘Urooq Wa Thabat al-Ajru In Shaa Allaah (The thirst is gone, the veins are moistened and the reward is confirmed, if Allāh wills) ✔ ⬅ • [Reported by Abū Dāwūd, an-Nasā`ī, al-Bazzār, al-Ḥākim, al-Bayhaqī and others]

● [http://www.sahab.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=113193]

والله أعلم بالصواب And Allāh knows best
Thoughts about marriage

Please don’t have a mixed wedding. I don’t want to deal with the drama of not coming. Please don’t play music. Please don’t reveal your awrah at any wedding you attend. Please don’t act like I’m ruining your fun or I’m jealous TRYING TO HELP YOU HERE. Guyssss I’m not trying to be mean. Weddings are a RELIGIOUS function you are uniting for the sake of Allah! They are NOT a social function. May Allah put barakah in everyone’s marriage who reads this. If you did have any evil things when you got married remember to make tawbah because Allah is the most merciful. Offer two rakat In Shaa Allaah. May Allah guide us all Ameen.

Marriage is not just love and rainbows and butterflies and glitter.

It’s working hard on both ends to make sure that each person is receiving their full rights.

It’s having to pick your battles and decide- is this really worth arguing about?

Marriage is hard work. If both sides don’t put in equal effort, the imbalance itself can destroy a marriage. 

Yes, it’s nice having a supportive companion for the rest of your life (in shaa Allaah). Yes it’s nice that you get to create and share a beautiful life together. But it does not come easy.

Marriage teaches you so much about yourself; things you didn’t really want to know. 

I wish I was more mentally prepared for it. And I say this after a few years and 2 kids later. There is still so much to learn and so much to get used to.

Wrapping gifts for my sister in law. Yes, sister in law. Alhamdulillaah tomorrow night is my big brothers nikaah, in shaa Allaah. May Allaah bless them and protect them from all harm and evil. Her dowry? A mushaf. Barakah is always found in simplicity. Allaahumma baarik. The prophet salla Allaahu alayhi wassalam taught us that the most blessed nikaah is that with the least expense. May Allaah allow us to understand that and trust in Him, and act upon that. Aameen. ❤️

anonymous asked:

As salamu aleykuma. Do we have to side with ISIS or condem them when we are salafi?

Walaykumasalaam wa rahmatullaah wa barakaatuh brother/sister,

We pray this message finds you in good emaan In shaa’ Allaah!

To be absolutely clear, as Salafis (those who follow the way of the Salaf) we condemn ISIS as a deviant, evil, terrorist organization that has nothing to do with the way of the Salaf nor those who adhere to the methodology [manhaj] of our beloved Pious Predecessors [Salaf-us-Saalih]. They have caused and continue to cause widespread corruption, the loss of innocent life, and other treacherous activities all falsely in the name of Islaam.

For more information on the position of the people of knowledge/Salafi scholars on ISIS, please see below:

*Shaykh Ubayd ibn Abdillah Al Jaabiree: Former Professor at the Islamic University of Madeenah. Presently teaching lessons in Masjid Al Haram in Makkah.

*Shaykh Muhammad bin Hādī Al-Madkhalī: Currently Professor, Faculty of Hadeeth, Islamic University of Madeenah. Teacher at the Prophet’s Masjid, Madeenah.

*Shaykh Saalih Al Suhaymee: Former President of the ‘Aqeedah section in the Islamic University of Madeenah, Presently teaches at the Prophet’s Masjid in Madeenah.

*Shaykh Muhammad bin Ramzān Al-Hājirī: The Shaykh holds a Master’s Degree in Islamic Jurisprudence from Imam ibn Saud University and studied under the likes of Shaykh ‘Abd al Azeez ibn Baaz (12 years), Shaykh Saalih Al Uthaymeen, Shaykh Muhammad Amaan Al Jaami, Shaykh Rabee Al Madkhalee, Shaykh Saalih Al Atram, Shaykh Hammad Al Ansari and others.

*Shaykh Dr. Abdullāh al-Bukhārī: He is Assistant Professor of Hadeeth and Islamic Studies at the Islamic University of Madeenah.

We hope this will suffice in answering your question bi’ithnilaah ta’aala.

“If you see yourself deteriorate, pick yourself up by repenting and seeking Allaah’s forgiveness and by asking Him to keep you firm. And don’t become careless, and neither say: “In shaa Allaah, my eemaan will become stronger” (without doing anything about it). Instead from right now — from the moment you feel that you are ill — you must implement the cure.”

Shaikh Ibn ‘Uthaymīn, Tafsīr Sūrah an-Nisā (v. 2, p. 53)

Shaykh Ibn Uthaymēen [رحمه الله] said:

If you see yourself deteriorate, pick yourself up by repenting and seeking Allaah’s forgiveness and by asking Him to keep you firm.
And don’t become careless, and neither say: “In shaa Allaah, my eemaan will become stronger” (without doing anything about it). Instead from right now — from the moment you feel that you are ill — you must implement the cure.

[Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymēen, Tafsīr Sūrah an-Nisā (v. 2, p. 53)]

If you see yourself deteriorate, pick yourself up by repenting and seeking Allaah’s forgiveness and by asking Him to keep you firm.
And don’t become careless, and neither say: “In shaa Allaah, my eemaan will become stronger” (without doing anything about it). Instead from right now — from the moment you feel that you are ill — you must implement the cure.
—  Shaikh Ibn ‘Uthaymīn, Tafsīr Sūrah an-Nisā (v. 2, p. 53)
Ayyam al-Beed (White Days) in Shawwal 1435

The Prophet (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:

“Whoever fasts one day for the sake of Allaah, Allaah will keep his face seventy years’ distance away from the Fire because of it.”

[Reported by Muslim, 2/808]

Fasting is something which is just for Allaah, and Allaah will give multiple rewards without measure for it. The hadeeth says:

“[Allaah says:] Fasting is Mine and it is I Who give reward for it.”

[Sahih Al-Bukhaari, Fath, no. 1904]

The Virtues of Ayyam al-Beed:

Jareer ibn 'Abdullaah (radiAllaahu 'anhu) narrated that the Prophet (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said:

“Fasting three days of each month is fasting for a lifetime, and Ayyam al-beed are the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth.”

[Narrated by al-Nasaa'i (2420); classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Targheeb, (1040)].

“Beed” is the plural of “Abyad” which means white. Three days of 13, 14 and 15 of lunar month are called “Al-Ayyam-al-Beed” for the reason that their nights are bright because of the moonlight. The moon begins to diminish gradually after these days.

Abu Dharr (radiAllaahu 'anhu) said: The Messenger of Allaah (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said to me:

“If you fast any part of the month, then fast the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth.”

[Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, (761); al-Nasaa'i, (2424); classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Targheeb, (1038)].

Abu Hurayrah (radiAllaahu 'anhu) said:

“My close friend [i.e., the Prophet (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam)] advised me to do three things which I will never give up until I die: fasting three days each month, praying Duha, and sleeping after praying Witr.”

[Sahih al-Bukhaari, 1178; Sahih Muslim, 721].

The Messenger of Allaah (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said:

“Shall I not tell you of something that will take away the evil of the heart? Fasting three days of each month.”

[an-Nisaa'i 2/2386]

Inshaa'Allaahu ta'ala, for this month of Shawwal 1435 Hijri, Ayyam al-Beed will fall on:

  • 13th - (Saturday), August 9th 2014
  • 14th - (Sunday), August 10th 2014
  • 15th - (Monday), August 11th 2014

**Also remember the fasting of Monday & Thursday in shaa'Allaah**

It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allaah (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam)said:

“Deeds are shown (to Allaah) on Mondays and Thursdays, and I like my deeds to be shown when I am fasting.”

[Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 747; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Targheeb, 1041.]

In shaa Allaah let us try to make the effort to fast these three days and be consistent!

Narrated 'Aisha bint Abu Bakr (radiAllaahu 'anhumma): The Prophet (salAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) was asked,

“What deeds are loved most by Allaah?” He (salAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said, “The most regular constant deeds even though they may be few.” He added, “Don’t take upon yourselves, except the deeds which are within your ability.”

[Adapted from Abdurrahman.org Mailing List. Original Post Courtesy: Umm Safurā As-Sa’adiyyah]

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Once you open them it’s very hard to close them. [these are mine lol. New ones will be sent in shaa Allaah].

The stories, personalities and traits of the men and women around Muhammad salla Allaahu ‘alayhi wassalam have been preserved for a reason. That is; so that we can learn from the example they left. They were the best of generations and many were promised paradise. Get to know the men and women around the messenger intimately and aspire to be like them.. These amazing men and women were closest to our beloved messenger… Ask yourself… How well do you know them? Do you know them at all? Do you know them simply by name and that’s it?

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10 things to hand down to your daughter...

1) Knowledge of and love for Allaah and His Deen (Islaam):

This is one of the most precious and enduring gifts you can pass down to your daughter, one that will benefit her in this life and the next.

(2) Memorization of the Quran:

No matter how little you have memorized yourself, push your daughter to memorize as much she can. Encourage her and help her to revise. It will stand her in good stead in her life and will be a source of reward for you after your death as well.

(3) A good example of Muslim womanhood:

Most girls look to their mothers for Guidance. Embody the characteristics of a strong, faithful Muslimah and she will be inspired to follow your example.

(4) A sense of self-worth and self-esteem:

Instill a sense of confidence in your child by encouraging her skills, talents and personality to develop. Make her feel secure in her identity and show her that she is loved and appreciated. This will have a positive impact on her future relationships and how she interacts with the world.

(5) A sense of modesty:

Instill a love for Hijab in your daughter and encourage her to be modest, never boastful or conceited, in all areas of her life.

(6) Your language:

If you speak Arabic be sure to teach it to her so that she has the key to the understanding of the Quran. Also, if you have a mother tongue or speak a second language yourself, pass it on: a second or third language is always an asset, whether in study, work or social environment.

(7) A skill that you have:

If you are an avid gardener, knitter or love painting, pass your skill onto your daughter. With so many traditional skills being lost in today’s fast-paced world, you owe it to her to share your knowledge and pass it on to the next generation.

(8) Your favorite recipes:

Yes, teach your daughter how to cook! Be it from a cookbook, an original recipe or passed down from your mother or even your grandmother, we all have our own trademark recipes: pass them on to your daughter and encourage her to develop some specialties of her own.

(9) Housekeeping skills:

Instill good housekeeping habits in all your children and encourage them to take pride in a neat and tidy home. Pass any tricks or shortcuts on so that your daughter is well-equipped when she has a home of her own.

(10) Your family history:

Give her a sense of her roots and heritage by sharing your family story with her. Acquaint her with her family tree and teach her the lessons learned by the different generations. Hopefully, she will do the same with her children, In shaa Allaah.

-Islamforsisters

First cake I ever made [to sell] today. Forgot to take a pic so asked the customer and they said it was too late & sent this. Lol.
In shaa Allaah this is the start of something that I’ve always wanted to do on the side. Bismillaah.

GIVEAWAY ENDS ON THE 10th OF SEPTEMBER 2016😊 
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One person will be randomly selected. I will contact you for your shipping details. If no response is received within 7 days another person will be selected..

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