Monday, December 11, 2017

Orchards in Arabia Again

The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “The Hour will not come until the lands of Arabia return thick orchards and rivers.” [Muslim]

The use of the word “return” in this Hadith tells us that the deserts of Arabia used to be green lands. Satellite radar images showing dry river-beds, currently covered by sand dunes, have revealed that rivers used to flow through Arabia.

In Surah al-Shu’ara of the Quran, Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) tells us that the land of the people of Aad in Arabia used to be like Paradise before Allah destroyed them. Where they used to live is now a part of the dry Arabian desert.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Your life is simple touches in just 10 minutes

Your life is simple touches in just 10 minutes 
(thieves Allowaarles :) 
a healthy lifestyle does not necessarily mean doing radical changes, some simple little touches of detail and attention enough to feel significant changes to health, fitness and disease prevention and other level.
The following are the top ten small steps that have a significant impact on health, according to the network "CNN" News:
First, wipe your office door handle with sterile material to prevent 90% of influenza viruses, according to a University of Arizona study.
Second, provide your body with the omega-3 booster of the mind and heart to eat sardines twice a week.
Third: Reduce the amount of sugar in your daily diet, and start by gradually getting yourself to add less sugar in your drinks, for example, when you feel sugary sugars, replace them with fruits such as bananas or watermelon.

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Woman who had liver transplant at just five days old reunites with hero surgeon 20 years later When Professor Mohamed Rela first set eyes on Baebhen Schutkke in 1997 she was on the brink of death

When Professor Mohamed Rela first set eyes on Baebhen Schutkke in 1997 she was on the brink of death
Baebhen Schuttke with Mohamed Rela, Professor of Liver Surgery at Kings College Hospital, 20 years after their first meeting (Image: Nicholas Bowman/Sunday Mirror)

ByMartyn Halle

Baebhen Schuttke with Mohamed Rela, Professor of Liver Surgery at Kings College Hospital, 20 years after their first meeting (Image: Nicholas Bowman/Sunday Mirror)

They meet for the first time in 20 years – a remarkable transplant surgeon and a grateful young patient who together set a world record that still stands today.

When Professor Mohamed Rela first set eyes on Baebhen Schutkke in 1997 she was only five days old – and on the brink of death.

She had been born with a rare genetic disorder that was poisoning her liver .

Parents Ita and Jurgen had already suffered the grief of seeing the condition kill two sons.

Now it looked as if they might lose their third child in three years.
Read MoreWoman who had liver transplant at just five days old reunites with hero surgeon 20 years later
Source:http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/woman-who-liver-transplant-just-11586073

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Tie Your Camel

Anas (radi Allahu anhu) reported that a person asked Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam), “Should I tie my camel and have Tawakkul (trust in Allah for her protection) or should I leave her untied and have Tawakkul.” Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) replied, “Tie her and have Tawakkul.” (Hasan) [Jami At-Tirmidhi]

Tawakkul means to put in one's best efforts to do what Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) expects one to do and then leave the results to Allah's will. Tawakkul comes from conviction in qada wa qadar, one of the six pillars of eeman: What Allah (subhana wa ta'ala) has written for me must come to pass.

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