Ads 468x60px

Sep 29, 2014

The Blessings of the Ten Days of Dhul Hijjah
Once more a period of divine blessing has dawned upon us, bringing with it its zephyrs of divine mercy and opportunity. For truly, it is not that one sacred season of devotion ends, except that another opportunity for attaining Allah’s forgiveness, bounty, and self-purification begins. In these cycles of sacred times, we find the heavenly gift of a renewed chance to replenish our souls and seek Allah’s reward and proximity.

Among the reports transmitted regarding the sanctity of the first ten days of Dhul Hijjah, the following has been related on the authority of Hadrat Sayyiduna Ibn Abbas (Radi Allahu Anhu) that the Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said: “There are no days in which actions are superior than in these days.” It was asked, “Not even fighting for the sake of Allah?” He replied, “Not even fighting for the sake of Allah, except that a person sets out with his life and his wealth and returns with neither.” [Musnad al-Imam Ahmad,Vol. 1, Page 346]

On the authority of Hadrat Sayyiduna Abu Hurayrah (Radi Allahu Anhu), the Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said: “There are no days more beloved to Allah that He be worshiped in them than the ten days of Dhul Hijjah. Each day of fasting in it is equivalent to the fast of an entire year. And each night standing in prayer is equivalent to standing in prayer on the Night of Power (Laylat al-Qadr).” [Jaami' al-Tirmidhi, Vol. 3, Hadith 758]

Also due to the stature and merits of these days, Allah swore by them when He said: “By oath of the (particular) dawn. And by oath of ten nights. [al-Fajr: 1-2],” and in them, He bestowed many of His bounties on His Prophets. Hadrat Sayyiduna Ibn Abbas (Radi Allahu Anhu) relates that in the ten days of Dhul Hijjah, Allah accepted the repentance of Prophet Adam (Ala Nabiyyina wa Alayhis Salam), and in it Prophet Ibrahim (Ala Nabiyyina wa Alayhis Salam) became the intimate friend (khalil) of Allah “…And Allah made Ibrahim His close friend. [al-Nisa: 125].” Hence, he submitted his wealth to the two noble guests (i.e. the angels sent to the people of Lut [Hud: 69-79]), his soul to the flames, his son to sacrifice, and his heart to the Most-Merciful One (al-Rahman). In it the Prophet Musa (Ala Nabiyyina wa Alayhis Salam) was also honored with the following call, “Said Allah, “O Moosa! I have chosen you from mankind by (bestowing) My messages and by My speech; so accept what I have bestowed upon you and be among the thankful.” [al-A'raaf: 144],” and Prophet Dawud (Ala Nabiyyina wa Alayhis Salam) was granted forgiveness, “We therefore forgave him this; and indeed for him in Our presence are, surely, proximity and an excellent abode. [Saad: 25].”

It is said that the chief of all the months is Ramadan and the most sanctified of the sacred months (Ash'hur al-Hurum) is Dhul Hijjah and the most beloved days of this month to Allah is the first ten. Good works in them are multiplied. It is also said that whoever honors these ten days, Allah honors him with ten bounties: blessing in his life, increase in his wealth, protection of his family, atonement for his sins, multiplication of his good deeds, ease in his last days of life, light for his darkness, weight on his scale, salvation from descending , and ascension into .

It is reported that al-Awza'i said: “It has reached me that good works in the ten days have the worth of fighting for the sake of Allah. fasts its day and worships during its night, except that Allah records for him martyrdom for the sake of Allah.”

For this reason, it is encouraged for one to strive to worship and perform good deeds during these days; including acts such as fasting, prayer, remembrance (dhikr), visiting the sick, showing kindness to orphans, attending gatherings of knowledge, and turning one’s focus towards Allah. It is also reported that Hadrat Sayyiduna Umar bin al-Khattab and Ibn Abbas (Radi Allahu Anhuma) used to go out to the marketplace and exalt Allah through saying Takbir and that the people used to join them in their exaltation of Allah. Among the distinct days of these ten, is the eighth of Dhul Hijjah known as the Day of “Watering” (Yawm al-Tarwiyah) because on this day the pilgrims in Makkah al-Mukarramah are given drink and they fill their vessels in preparation for the Day of 'Arafah.

However, the most distinguished and significant day of these ten days of Dhul Hijjah is the Day of 'Arafah which is considered amongst the most important days of the year. There are various reports as to how this day acquired its name. One report is that on this day, Allah presents (yu'arrifu) his worshipful servants to His angels and exalts them. Another report is that this was the day that Adam (Ala Nabiyyina wa Alayhis Salam) became reunited (ta'arrafa) with his wife Hawwa.

The Day of Arafah is a day of immense significance to the Muslim community. In it, Muslims are reminded of the many blessings bestowed upon them by Allah, including their brotherhood and their dissimilarity to divided peoples who possess neither bonds of unity nor a common belief system that brings their hearts together. They are also reminded of the completion of the Qur’an and the fulfillment of Allah’s blessings upon them, as it was on the Day of Arafah that the verse, “This day have I perfected your religion for you and completed My favour upon you, and have chosen Islam as your religion; [al-Ma'ida: 3]” was revealed.

In regards to the merits of this day, the Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said: “There is no day more venerable to Allah than the Day of Arafah. Allah's mercy descends to the Heavens of the earth and exalts the people of the earth to the inhabitants of the Heavens. He says: ‘Look at my servants disshelved, dustied, and fatigued. They have come from every far off corner of the earth. They have not witnessed my mercy and they have not witnessed my punishment. And I do not see a day in which more people are saved from the Hellfire than the Day of Arafah.’” [Majma' al-Zawa'id, Vol. 3, Page 253]

And in another transmission it is worded, “You have come to me disshelved, dustied, and fatigued from every far off corner of the earth. Bear witness that I have forgiven you .” [Shu'ab al-Iman, Vol. 3, Page 25, Hadith 4068]

It is reported on the authority of Hadrat Sayyiduna Ibn Umar (Radi Allahu Anhu) saying: “The Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said: ‘When the evening of Arafah arrives, nobody with a mustard seed’s weight of faith (Iman) in their hearts is left, except that they are forgiven.” It was said: ‘O Messenger of Allah, is this restricted only to the people on Arafah?’ He said: ‘No, it is for all of the Muslims.’” [Majma' al-Zawa'id, Vol. 3, Page 252]

Meanwhile on this day, in the midst of all of these spiritual openings and the cascade of divine mercy, the devil is in the ultimate state of humiliation and disgrace. It is reported on the authority of Hadrat Talha bin Ubayd Allah bin Kariz (Radi Allahu Anhu) that the Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said: “The Devil has not been seen more abased, repelled, humiliated, and furious than on the Day of Arafah. This is due to what he has seen from the descent of mercy and Allah’s forgiveness of grave sins. With the exception to what he was shown on the Day of Badr.” It was said: “And what did he see on the Day of Badr, O Messenger of Allah?” He said: “He saw Jibril preparing the angels .” [Al-Muwatta', Page 291]

From among the commendable acts on this day is fasting (for the non-pilgrim), and being abundant in supplication, remembrance (Adhkar), particularly in repeating La ilaha Illa Allah with sincerity and contemplation. The Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) encouraged us to fast and engage in remembrance by citing their merits and significance. It is related on the authority of Hadrat Sayyiduna Abi Qatadah (Radi Allahu Anhu) that the Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said: “The fast on the Day of Arafah is counted by Allah as a expiation that came the year before and the year after it.” [Sahih Muslim, Vol. 2, Hadith 196]

And on the authority of Hadrat Sayyidatuna Ayesha (Radi Allahu Anha) the Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) used to consider fasting the Day of Arafah as fasting one thousand days. [Majma' al-Zawa'id, Vol. 3, Page 189]

It has also been reported on the authority of Hadrat Sayyiduna Ali bin Abi Talib (Radi Allahu Anhu) saying: “The Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said: ‘The most abundant supplication of mine and supplication of the Prophets who came before me on Arafa was: La Ilaha Illa Allahu wahdahu la sharika lahu, lahul mulk wa lahul hamd, wa huwa ala kulli shay'in qadeer (there is no God but Allah, the One Who has no partners, to Him is the dominion and to Him is gratitude, and he is All-Powerful over all things).’” [Al-Sunan al-kubra, Vol. 5, Page 117]

Also it has been transmitted on his (Radi Allahu Anhu) authority saying, “The best supplication is the supplication of the Day of Arafah. And the best of what I have said and what the Prophets before me have said is: La Ilaha Illa Allahu wahdahu la sharika lahu.” [Al-Muwatta': Page 291] This pertains both to the pilgrim and the non-pilgrim.

As for the hadiths regarding the merits of fasting on the Day of Arafah, they are intended for the non-pilgrim since the person performing the Hajj is forbidden to fast. This is to ensure that he preserves his energy to perform the rites of pilgrimage in the best fashion as well as to worship and supplicate rigorously on this rare opportunity. This is also reflective of the realism and moderation with which the great Islamic tradition has been endowed.

Sep 26, 2014

Making A Wasiyah Before Death

Zaid ibn Aslam reported that he narrated from his father, that his father said, ‘I remember a Hadith which was reported by Hazrat Umar Radi Allahu Anhu, that It is not permissible (i.e. advisable) for a Muslim to sleep three nights without placing his Wasiyah at his head-side, so I picked up a pen and ink so that I make write my Wasiyat.’  However, I kept all these (materials) at my head-side and fell asleep.  I saw a person appear to me in my dream, garbed in white robe and from his body emanated a sweet fragrance.  I asked, ‘Sir who permitted you to enter my home?’  He said, ‘the people of the house.’  I asked, ‘Who are you?’  He said, ‘Malak ul Maut’.  On hearing this, I began to pull away from him.  He said, ‘Do not try to avoid me.’  I have not come to remove your soul.  I said to him, ‘Write for me a certificate of security from the fire of hell.’  He said, ‘Hand me the pen and ink’, so I handed him the pen, ink and paper which was kept at my head-side, so he wrote:

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم , أستغفر الله , أستغفر الله


He filled both ends of the paper with these words (i.e. he wrote this on the entire sheet of paper), and then handed the paper over to me saying, this is your Certificate of Salvation.  I awoke (from my dream) in a state of shock.  I then asked for a candle to be brought and looked at that paper which I had kept at my head-side.  I found the exact words written on that page. 

[Sharh us Sudoor Bi Sharhi Haalil Mauta Wal Quboor]

Sep 25, 2014

Performers Of Sacrifice Should Not Trim Their Hair And Nails

Commenting on the Hadith which says that those performing sacrifice should not touch their hair and skin at all during the first ten days of Zul-Hijjah, Mufassir al-Shaheer, Hakim al-Ummah Hadrat Mufti Ahmad Yar Khan (Alayhir Rahmah) says:

"The rich intending to perform obligatory sacrifice as well as the poor performing voluntary sacrifice should neither cut their nails, hair and dead skin nor get them cut from the appearance of the crescent of Zul-Hijjah to the time of performing sacrifice so that there is some similarity between these performers of sacrifice and Hujjaj who cannot cut these things in the state of Ihram in order that sacrifice serves as a Fidyah (expiation) for every hair and nail. (However) This commandment is preferential, not essential. Therefore, it is better (not obligatory) for the performer of sacrifice not to get his hair, nails etc. cut. It also shows that imitating the righteous is also righteous.

Even those unable to perform sacrifice should not get their hair, nail etc. cut during the first ten days of Zul-Hajjah, instead, they should get hair etc. cut on the Day of Eid after offering Eid Salah. In sha Allah! They will also attain the Reward (of performing sacrifice)." [Mira'at al-Manajih, Vol. 2, Page 370]

The Tree Of Life

Hazrat Muhammad bin Ham’maad Radi Allahu Anhu reported, ‘under the Arsh of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, there is a tree and on it is a leaf for every creation, so when the leaf which is attributed to any of the creation breaks and falls off, his soul is removed.’ 
[Sharh us Sudoor Bi Sharhi Haalil Mauta Wal Quboor]

It is mentioned in the Holy Qur’an  ‘And He knows of every leaf which falls’ 
[Part 7, Surah Al An’aam, Verse 59] 

Conveyance on Bridge of Siraat

The beloved and blessed Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said, "On the day of Eid al-Adha, no other good deed of man is dearer to Allah than shedding blood (of sacrificial animal). On the Day of Judgement, the sacrificed animal will come with its horns, hair and hooves. Allah accepts the sacrifice before the blood of the sacrificed animal reaches the ground. Therefore, perform sacrifice whole-heartedly." [Tirmidhi, Vol. 3, Page 162, Hadith 1498]

Hadrat Sayyiduna Shah Abdul Haq Muhaddith Dehlawi (Alayhir Rahmah) says, "Qurbani (sacrifice) will be placed onto the pan of the good deeds of its performer, increasing the weight of his good deeds." [Ash'at al-Lam'aat, Vol. 1, Page 654]

Hadrat Mulla Ali Qari (Alayhir Rahmah) says, "Then, for its performer, the sacrifice will serve as a conveyance whereby he would pass the bridge of  Siraat easily. Further, every organ of the sacrificed animal will be Fidyah (expiation) for every organ of its owner." [Mirqat al-Mafatih, Vol. 3, Page 574, Hadith 1470]

Sep 24, 2014

Fear Allah! اتق الله

The statement said by Allah تعالى to the best of mankind, the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم:

﴿يَا أَيُّهَا النَّبِيُّ اتَّقِ اللَّـهَ وَلَا تُطِعِ الْكَافِرِينَ وَالْمُنَافِقِينَ ۗ إِنَّ اللَّـهَ كَانَ عَلِيمًا حَكِيمًا﴾

{O Herald of the Hidden (the Prophet), continue to fear Allah and never listen to the disbelievers and the hypocrites; indeed Allah is All Knowing, Wise.} [Surah al-Ahzab 33:1]

A statement said by one Khalifah to the other. Hazrat Abu Bakr رضي الله عنه, on his death bed, advised Hazrat Umar رضي الله عنه saying:

“Fear Allah O Umar! And know that for Allah there are deeds (which are to be done) in the day which He does not accept in the night; and actions (which are to be done) in the night which He does not accept in the day.”
[Hilyatul Awliyaa and Sifatus Safwah of Ibn al-Jawzee]

Sep 23, 2014

The Story Of Ma’habshun

Hazrat Ibn Ma’habshun Radi Allahu Anhu said, ‘my father Ma’habshun passed away, so we placed him on the bathing board to bathe him.  
When the person who was to perform the Ghusl entered, he noticed that one of his blood vessels was still pulsating.  
It was the vessel on the lower part of his leg, so we did not bury him.  
After three days, he sat up and said, ‘Bring me ‘Sittu’ (meal made from barley).’
We presented it to him and he drank it.  
We asked him to relate to us what happened to him.
He said, ‘my soul was taken by an Angel to the sky of the earth, and he had the door opened.  In this manner, it went through to the seventh sky.  When it reached the sky it was asked, ‘Who is with you?’  
The Angel said, ‘Ma’habshun.’
The Angel said, ‘his time has not come as yet.’  There is now still this many years left in his life, so I came down and on my way I saw Rasoolullah SallAllahu Alaihi Wa Sallam and to his right I saw Hazrat Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu and to his  left I saw Hazrat Umar Radi Allahu Anhu and I found Umar bin Abdul Aziz Radi Allahu Anhu in front of him.
I asked the Angel with me, ‘Who is this?’  
He replied, ‘Do you not recognise him.’  
I said, ‘I wish to confirm what I know.’  
He said, ‘It is Umar bin Abdul Aziz Radi Allahu Anhu.’  
I said, he is very close to Rasoolullah SallAllahu Alaihi Wa Sallam, so the Angel replied, ‘Why should it not be so, when he acted upon Righteousness and Justice in a time of injustice and oppression, and Hazrat Abu Bakr and Hazrat Umar Radi Allahu Anhum acted on Righteousness in an Era of Righteousness’.’ 

[Sharh us Sudoor Bi Sharhi Haalil Mauta Wal Quboor]

Sep 22, 2014

The Gates Of Paradise Are Opened

Hazrat Abu Hurairah رضی اللہ عنہ reported: The Messenger of Allah, SalAllahu Alayhi Wasallam said,

“The gates of Paradise are opened on Monday and Thursday. Allah Subhan wa Ta'ala forgives every servant who does not associate anything with him except a man with hatred between himself and his brother. It will be said: Delay these two until they reconcile, delay these two until they reconcile.”

{Sahih Muslim 2565}

Sep 20, 2014

Muslim Jinns Drive The Wicked Ones Away

Imam Jalal al-Din Suyuti Shafi'i (Alayhir Rahmah) has recorded from a Tabi'i (Alayhir Rahmah):

"Muslim Jinns live on the roofs of the houses of all Muslims. When the dining mat is laid in the house, and the family members begin eating in the afternoon and evening, the jinns also come down from the roof and join in the meal. Allah (Azza wa Jal) makes these jinns drive the wicked ones away."

[Laqat al-Marjan fi Ahkam al-Jann, Page 44]

Sep 19, 2014

The Creation Of Prophet Adam (Peace Be Upon Him)

Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radi Allahu Anhu reported that when Almighty Allah willed to create Hazrat Adam (Peace Be Upon Him).
He commanded one of the Angels who carries the Arsh, to go down to Earth and bring some sand.  When the Angel reached the earth and intended to take the sand, the earth said to the Angel, ‘I give you the Oath of He who sent you towards me, that you should not take my sand, so that tomorrow it would not have to burn in the fire.’  When the Angel returned to the Divine Court of Allah, he was asked the reason for not bringing the sand (from earth)?  The Angel mentioned the words of the Earth and said, ‘O Allah!  When it took the Qasm of your Majesty, I left it behind.’  Almighty Allah then sent another Angel, and the same happened with him, until (finally) Almighty Allah sent Hazrat Malak ul Maut (Peace Be Upon Him).
The earth gave him the exact same response, so he said, ‘O Earth!  The One who has sent me towards you is more worthy of being Obeyed, compared to you, so how can I listen to you, when He has given me a command?’ Hence, he took sand from different parts of the earth and presented it in the Court of Allah, so Allah moulded it with the water of Jannat and it became mud (clay), and from it, Almighty Allah created Hazrat Adam (Peace Be Upon Him). 

[Sharh us Sudoor Bi Sharhi Haalil Mauta Wal Quboor]

Sep 18, 2014

Two Little Warriors

Sayyiduna Abdur Rahman bin ‘Awf (Radi Allahu Anhu) says, “On the day of the battle of Badr, I was standing in the line of the warriors. I spotted 2 young children belonging to the Ansar (Mu'az and Mu'awwaz Radi Allahu Anhuma). One of them quietly asked me, ‘O uncle, would you be able to recognise Abu Jahl?’, I replied, I would, but what do you have to do with him? He said, ‘I have come to know that he has insulted the Exalted Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam). By Allah! If I see him I’ll fiercely attack and kill him even though I have to sacrifice my life.’ The young boy next to him expressed the same sentiments to me.

I pointed out Abu Jahl to the two young boys. Waving their swords in the air, they ran towards him and pounced on him like eagles; he fell to the ground, wounded, unable to move. Both boys approached the Holy Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) and said, ‘Ya RasoolAllah (SallAllahu Alayka wa Sallam) we have killed Abu Jahl’. The Holy Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) asked, ‘Which one of you killed him?’ Both replied, ‘I did’, the Holy Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) asked, ‘Have you wiped your swords?’ ‘No’ they replied. Looking at their swords which had been red with blood, the Holy Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said, ‘Both of you killed him’.”

[Sahih Bukhari, Vol. 2, Page 356, Hadith 3141]

The Shajrah Shareef

The wisdom behind reading the Shajrah for the mureed in a specific silsila, is that he remains in touch with this chain or channel which has been formed by Allah (Almighty and Glorious is He) for him. When we read the shajrah we establish our connection with the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him, his family and companions) through that chain. This is a special channel to obtain special favors of Allah (Almighty and Glorious is He). As the angels are appointed functionaries to perform specific tasks the Aulia are functionaries to assist man on the spiritual quest. The recitation of the shajrah is to stay in touch with the link of the spiritual chain and the spiritual masters who make up the spiritual chain. The link is kept fresh and "rust free"; by virtue of the mureeds daily recitation of the Shajrah. By reciting the Shajrah, one repeatedly renews one's pledge with the Masters of the Order; and this contact brings great results in this world and in the hereafter.

Allah (Almighty and Glorious is He) says in Holy Qur'aan the 17th Sura, Bani Israel verse 71:

"One day we shall call together all human beings with their respective Imams/Leaders".

The explanation of this verse is that each follower will be asked to be behind his leader/guide that he followed in this world. This verse is indicative of the fact that the mureed will be called upon on the Day of Qiyaamah to be behind his Shaykh, and under the flag of the spiritual order that he belongs to.

It is of utmost importance that the mureed recites the Shajrah with understanding, sincerity and feeling. This will stir his soul; which is invaluable in the spiritual progress of the mureed. The attention of the Shuyukh (plural of "Shaykh") is also drawn to the person and they respond spiritually, with great affinity - both in this life and after death.

The Shajrah expresses certain feelings with the specific intention of "Wasila" present; but at the same time, it should be kept in mind that everything invariably is from the blessing of Allah (Almighty and Glorious is He).

The Shajrah is usually recited after Salaatul Fajr or after Salaatul Esha. The time for reading should be kept constant. The wazaaif prescribed by the Shaykh to a mureed should be consistently recited, for this serves as a "polish" for the heart

A Pious Female Speaks After Death

It is reported that the daughter of Rubah passed away. The people gave her Ghusl and put on her Kafan.
Thereafter, they saw that she was moving and (they heard her) saying, ‘Be happy!  I have found my affairs to be easier than what you may have thought and I have been informed that the one who breaks ties (with family), a habitual alcoholic and a Mushrik (polytheist) will not enter Jannat.’ 

[Sharh us Sudoor Bi Sharhi Haalil Mauta Wal Quboor]

Stop Acting Like An Islamic Scholar

Imam Malik رحمت اللہ علیہ was one of the greatest scholars in the history of Islam. One day a man who lived thousands of miles away went to visit him. In those days there were no Emirates or British Airways. No 100 mph trains. This man travelled for months to visit Imam Malik for one simple reason. He wanted to ask questions and learn more about his deen.

He finally arrived and asked the esteemed Imam 40 questions. And the Imam said “I don’t know” to 36 of them. He only answered 4 questions. 4 questions out of 40.

Similarly, one day Abu Bakr رضی اللہ عنہ was asked a question about the Quran and he beautifully answered “Which sky will shelter me and which earth will hold me if I speak about a verse of the Qur’an without knowledge.”

The question is, are YOU an Islamic scholar in the true sense?

What Islamic education do you have? Are you qualified to interpret Hadiths? Have you studied 8 hours a day for 5 years to understand Quran in detail? What teachers have you studied under? How many students do you to teach? How many hours a week do you spend learning Islam?

If the answers to the above questions are mostly in the negative then the answer to the first question is probably no.

So brothers and sisters, who are we?

Compared to such greats. And yet on Facebook, on Twitter, on email, in our homes, in our classrooms, in our discussions, we issues Fatwas all day long. We pronounce halal haram and we pronounce haram halal. And we do it daily. We do it with ease. The words slip out of our tongues like butter spreads on warm bread. We do it without regard. We’ve become experts on Islamic fiqh.

Folks, we do it out of ignorance.

Google is not an authentic Imam. Twitter is not an authentic Imam. Facebook is not an authentic Imam. Whatsapp is not authentic Imam.

Real fatwas are issued by scholars who have spent years studying Islam and often they reply with the same humility as Imam Malik and Abu Bakr رضی اللہ عنہ did.

So from today be careful. Be careful what you say. The angel on your left records everything. Don’t keep him busy. Keep the angel on the right busier and learn how to simply say

I don’t know.

Like the greats did.

Sep 16, 2014

Short Ahadeeth Collection - 16 Septmber 2014

Hidden actions are 70 times better than actions done publicly. [Kanz al-Ummal, Vol. 1, Page 447, #Hadith 1929]

Whoever prays 2 units of Salah and does not make any mistakes, Allah forgives his past sins. [#Musnad #Imam #Ahmad, V8, P162, #Hadith 21749]

#Whoever purifies himself and leaves his house for #Fard #Salah, his reward is like a person who performed #Hajj. [#AbuDawud, #Hadith 558]

If you have mercy on animal, Allah will have mercy on you. [#Musnad #Imam #Ahmad, Vol. 5, Page 304, #Hadith 15592]

Indeed, #Sadaqah (charity) extinguishes the wrath of Allah and distances bad death. [#Sunan #Tirmidhi, Vol. 2, Page 146, #Hadith 664]

Correct your link with #Allah by remembering Him abundantly and giving #Sadaqah in abundance, secretly and openly. [#IbnMajah, #Hadith 1081]

Those who perform good deeds in the world will, indeed, receive goodness in the afterlife. [Kanz al-Ummal, Vol. 6, Page 147, #Hadith 15962]

#Wise is the one who takes an account of his deeds and prepares himself for #death. [#Tirmidhi, Vol. 4, Page 207, #Hadith 2467]

Visitor's Traces

Total Page views