A wife is the one who heals the heart of her husband. She comforts him and brings tranquility to his soul. She is his friend, his companion, his support and the one he trusts and confides within. She covers his faults and does not expose the affairs of their home to the world. She safeguards his secret and overlooks his shortcomings. She brings peace to his heart and soothes the pain of his soul. She makes him smile when he is down and reminds him when he is neglectful. She wants goodness for him in the world, but she advises him about desiring the akhirah. She stands by him whether in ease or hardship. She respects him and misses him when he isn’t around. She prays with him to show their gratitude and she jokes with him to show her affection. She prays that their love and compassion for one another increases and she asks Allah to gather them together in the gardens of paradise.
This is what we learn from the great women of Islam from the early generations of this ummah. This rule can be applied for both genders.
Boxer Mohammad Ali sagte einmal: “Ich rauche nicht, habe jedoch immer eine Streichholzpackung in meiner Tasche. Immer wenn ich kurz davor bin eine Sünde zu begehen, zünde ich ein Streichholz an, wärme mir damit die Hand und frage mich: Ali, wenn du diese Wärme schon nicht ertragen kannst, wie willst du die Hitze der Hölle ertragen?
“I am in a secret fourfold word, the blasphemy against all gods of men.
Curse them! Curse them! Curse them!
With my Hawk’s head I peck at the eyes of Jesus as he hangs upon the cross.
I flap my wings in the face of Mohammed & blind him.
With my claws I tear out the flesh of the Indian and the Buddhist, Mongol and Din.
Bahlasti! Ompehda! I spit on your crapulous creeds.
Let Mary inviolate be torn upon wheels: for her sake let all chaste women be utterly despised among you!
Also for beauty’s sake and love’s!
Despise also all cowards; professional soldiers who dare not fight, but play; all fools despise!
But the keen and the proud, the royal and the lofty; ye are brothers!
As brothers fight ye!
There is no law beyond Do what thou wilt.”
A husband is supposed to be the one who cures the heart of his wife. He is her friend, her companion, her support and the one she confides in and he covers her faults. He drys her tears of pain. He makes her smile. He brings joy to her life. He trusts her and his love for her is eternal. He honours her during hardship and ease. He respects her and misses her when she is not around. He plays and jokes with her to show his affection and he prays with her to show their sacrifice. He supplicates for their love and blessings to increase, and he asks Allah to gather them together in the palaces of paradise.
This is what the Messenger of Allah ﷺ taught us throughout his blessed life. This rule can be applied for both genders.
One of the main lessons that we should take from the story of the Mi'raj.
The Prophet ﷺ had called people to Allah for over 10 years in Makkah. He was once the one that they called the truthful and the trustworthy, but suddenly all those who were once close to him turned their backs on him and betrayed him. He was stoned and pelted. He was called names and mocked. His family were starved. His companions were tortured and killed. All those who he once trusted now plotted against him and it was the hardest ten years of his blessed life. He saw hardship and he saw pain, but non of it compared to the pain he experienced just before this journey. He lost his uncle Abu Talib who looked after him as a child, the one who protected him when people attacked him. The one who took care of him when his father and grandfather passed away. His death caused the Prophet ﷺ indescribable pain. Then He lost his wife, Sayyidah Khadijah. She was the one he loved, she gave him ease, she honoured him and she remained with him when everyone left. When she passed away, it broke his blessed heart.
When all of these trials and tribulations came his way, he remained steadfast and content with the destiny of Allah. He never gave up and he never despaired. He carried on calling to Allah. It was in this time that Allah took him upon the night journey and He saw His Lord. In those moments, He gazed upon Allah. He was rewarded for His patience, and he was honoured with the ultimate prize. Dear Ummah, you may be going through turmoil, pain and real confusion, but Allah has promised us that ease shall come after hardship. An ease which shall make us forget all that which we faced. Remain patient and keep steadfast with prayer, supplication and gratitude. A day shall come when Allah will reward you beyond measure. He only tested you as a sign that He loves you.
On the surface, Wahhabism seems like another sect of Islam. But the reality is much more sinister: they want to rule the world.
Muslims know very little about Wahhabism. They only know Wahhabis don’t approve of saints and don’t celebrate Prophet Mohammad’s birthday. It is commonly known that Wahhabis don’t believe any man can be holy. They think there is no knowledge beyond the Koran in their hands.
Wahhabis are cunning and dangerous. The world needs to know their culture and tenets. They need to understand how Wahhabis cultivate minds.
Koran mandates demolishment of mosques that do not serve God’s pleasure. If governments demolish Wahhabi mosques, no Muslim should object.
If people are indoctrinated with a hateful ideology and taught how to build bombs in a mosque, it is not pleasing God. Members of the public should not take it upon themselves to demolish any mosque, but government agencies should demolish Wahhabi mosques.
Every single true Muslim ought to disown such philosophies and individuals who preach hatred and spread terror.
If a Muslim does not disown Wahhabismverbally and ideologically, they are done. They are practically one of the Wahhabis.
Wahhabi tenets: make everyone a Wahhabi. Those who resist, they kill them, confiscate their property and make their women sex slaves.
Wahhabis want to rule the world. No matter how many people they have to kill, they will not stop.’