Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Let us read a book every day

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I read you from the Code distinctive - plans spontaneity - a post about a book per day
Dear reader, what do you think of this idea?
Graphic image of you ... Ohdia If you take part in the idea

Why read a book to end in one day is a beautiful thing?
The idea is not to end the book before dawn the next day ears, but finding the book works best for you and attracts you to read it you can not leave in a hurry to see the next point, he is talking about the writer, because:
To get a book similar pleasure from the pleasures of life - without exaggeration - if you have tried once in a lifetime!

This indicates that you know exactly what you want and choose the things will be less complicated with the days. I found a book you like and Naspk making and set it aside is not an option strengthens it.

This may be the book to prove that what Ibadk reading is the lack of interest in themes of books, not because you are suffering from a difficulty reading. In the beginning, it is better to read what excites us, and from there expand to read the other sciences.

How to find a book per day? 
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Some Authentic Ahaadeeth on Marriage

The ahaadeeth contained in it are basic and are not intended to be used by the common person to derive interpretations, rather they are for the benefit of of readers in general.


The Following are authentic proofs. I have taken most of them from the book 'Saheeh Al Jaami' As Sagheer wa Ziyaadatuhu' by the scholar, the Muhadith of our age, Muhammad Naasir ud Deen Al Albaanee. Two of the proofs were taken from It'haaf Al Karaam Ta'leeq Alaa Buloogh Al Maraam by Shaykh Safee Ar-Rahmaan Al Mubaarakfooree.{The one who wrote Raheeq Al Makhtoom} Note that I am using the new edition of Saheeh Al Jaami', so the numbering of the Ahaadeeth is not the same as those from the old version. You can refer to the Tarteeb of Shaykh Zuhayr Shaaweesh to the new edition InshaAllaah.

Here is what was easy for me to compile as proofs for the points I mentioned earlier:

"A Woman is not married until she is consulted, and a virgin is not married until you have her permission."
They said, "O messenger of Allaah! And how do obtain her permission? He(Sallallaahu Alay hi Wa Sallam) said: "If she is silent." (An taskuta)
[reported by Abu Hurayrah (r)] [Bukhaaree, Muslim, Abu Daawood, and an-Nisaa'ee]
Shaykh Al Albaanee reports it in Mukhtasar Saheeh Muslim no. 602
He makes the takhreej of it in Irwaa Al Ghaleel no. 1727
He declares it authentic in Saheeh Al Jaami' vol. 2, no. 7470

"There is no nikaah, except with a Walee."
(Laa nikah illaa bi walee)
[reported by Ibn Abbas (r)] [Ahmad, Abu Daawood, an-Nisaa'ee, At-Tirmidthi, it was authenticated by Imaam Al Haakim - this particular chain is from Abi Moosaa] [It comes from another authentic chain in Ibn Maajah from Ibn Abbaas (r)]
Shaykh Al Albaanee makes the takhreej of it in Irwaa Al Ghaleel no. 1839
He decalares it authentic in Saheeh Al Jaami' vol. 2, no. 7555
NOTE: So both chains are authentic.

"There is no marriage except with a Walee, and the Sultaan is the Walee for whomever there is no Walee."
[reported by Aa'ishah(r)] [Ahmad, Ibn Maajah]
Shaykh Al Albaanee declares it authentic in Saheeh Al Jaami' vol. 2, no. 7556.

"There is no marriage except with a Walee, and trustworthy witnesses." (Wa Shaahidee 'Adl)
[reported by Umraan, and Aa'ishah(r)] [Bayhaqee]
Shaykh Al Albaanee makes the takhreej of it in Irwaa Al Ghaleel no.'s 1839, 1858, 1860
He declares it authentic in Saheeh Al Jaami' vol. 2, no. 7557

"There is no marriage except with a Walee, and two witnesses."
[reported by Abi Moosaa] [At-Tabaraani in Al Kabeer]
Shaykh Al Albaanee makes the takhreej for it in Irwaa Al Ghaleel no. 1839, 1858.
He declares it authentic in Saheeh Al Jaami' vol. 2, no. 7558.

In It'haaf Al Karaam, I found the following:
(1018) And from Mu'aawiyah ibn Hakeem from his father that he said, "I said, 'O Messenger of Allaah(Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam), What is the right that one of our wives has over us?' So he said, 'Feed her when you eat, clothe her when you wear clothes, and do not strike her on the face, and do not revile her or make hijrah from her, except in the house.'
[recorded by Ahmad, and Abu Daawood, and Nisaa'ee, and Ibn Maajah, and Bukhaaree with some parts of it being Mu'allaq, and it was authenticated by Ibn Hibbaan, and Imaam Al Haakim] Shaykh Mubaarakfooree also considers it to be Saheeh. It can be found on p. 304 of It'haaf Al Karaam.

"The best dowry is the most easy."
[reported by 'Uqbah Ibn Aamir] [Abu Daawood, Ibn Maajah, it was authenticated by Imaam Al Haakim]
Shaykh Al Albaanee makes the Takhreej for it in Irwaa Al Ghaleel no. 1923
He declares it authentic in Saheeh Al Jaami' Vol. 2, 3279
The following is taken from It'haaf Al Karaam p. 307:
Chapter: The Dowry
(1027) From Anas(r) from the Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) that he freed Safiyyah, and made her manumittance, her dowry. [Agreed Upon] Shaykh Mubaarakfooree mentions that there are some Fiqh differences among the scholars regarding manumittance as a dowry, but the overall presence of a dowry in marriage can be established from this authentic Hadeeth in general. And Verily Our Lord The Most High Knows Best.

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Making the Right Choice in Marriage

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Making the Right Choice in Marriage

Making the right choice in marriage is a difficult decision. Some rely on Allah and others don't. The large age difference between spouses is becoming a custom even between the well educated and the illiterate. What are the mistakes of the past told or untold, and the opinion of Islam in light of society now and then?
All of this discussed in an interview with Mr. Amr Khaled by Mr. Esam Ghazi for (Kul al-Nass Magazine) on Wednesday 8/10/2003,
This is how it went:
The large age difference between spouses is becoming a fashion these days. A young girl looks for a man as old as her father, while a young man will not refuse a bride many years older than him. Mr. Amr Khaled speaks of the opinion of Islam on this regard. He assures that the first case opposes with the equivalence between spouses that Islam asks for in marriage, while the second case only becomes applicable if two conditions are available. Even the case of Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) marriage to Khadijah is an exception not to be followed.
This custom brings up the topic of making the right choice when choosing the partner in marriage. It is a problem that can be dealt with using the practical procedures that guarantee making the right decision, as well as the dependence on Allah and asking his advice in the Istikhara prayer (Istikhara means to ask Allah to guide one to the right sort of action concerning any job or deed).
The Istikhara prayer:
I asked Brother Amr Khaled about Istikhara; some people believe that it's a blessing. But the truth is that the Prophet (PBUH) taught us to rely on Allah for making the right choice for us, and remove ourselves from that decision. We should offer a two Rakat prayer other than the compulsory ones and say (after the prayer): -- 'Allahumma inni astakhiruka bi'ilmika, Wa astaqdiruka bi-qudratika, Wa as'alaka min fadlika al-'azlm Fa-innaka taqdiru Wala aqdiru, Wa ta'lamu Wala a'lamu, Wa anta 'allamu l-ghuyub. Allahumma, in kunta ta'lam anna hadha-l-amra Khairun li fi dini wa ma'ashi wa'aqibati amri (or 'ajili amri wa'ajilihi) Faqdirhu wa yas-sirhu li thumma barik li Fihi, Wa in kunta ta'lamu anna hadha-lamra shar-run li fi dini wa ma'ashi wa'aqibati amri (or fi'ajili amri wa ajilihi) Fasrifhu anni was-rifni anhu. Waqdir li al-khaira haithu kana Thumma ardini bihi.' (O Allah! I ask guidance from Your knowledge, And Power from Your Might and I ask for Your great blessings. You are capable and I am not. You know and I do not and You know the unseen. O Allah! If You know that this job (e.g. my marriage to ...... ) is good for my religion and my subsistence and in my Hereafter (or say: If it is better for my present and later needs).  Then You ordain it for me and make it easy for me to get, And then bless me in it, and if You know that this job (e.g. my marriage to ...... ) is harmful to me In my religion and subsistence and in the Hereafter (or say: If it is worse for my present and later needs).  Then keep it away from me and let me be away from it. And ordain for me whatever is good for me, And make me satisfied with it).
To rely on Allah and also do your part:
The next move is to seek information about the bride or groom and interviewing him/her throughout all this. You have to be assured that if the marriage succeeds that it is a result of the Istikhara and if it doesn't, it's also a result of the Istikhara. The Prophet (PBUH) says, “Be sure that the outcome of this marriage will be good."
Some believe that the outcome of Istikhara will appear as a dream in sleep?
Who said that? Islam teaches us Twakkol (to depend on Allah for guidance, WHILE doing your part of the job). We ask Allah for guidance in Istikhara (Twakkol) then we go about our practical steps. We don't wait for dreams. If you see a ru'ya (vision that comes in sleep that can be interpreted) then this is fine but it is not enough on its own. We have to seek information regarding the other partner.
Seeking information about the groom to protect your daughter:
Could you please tell us the correct manners when seeking information about the future husband at work or in his neighborhood?
I am surprised these days that parents will only realize after the betrothal ceremonies that the groom lied about his profession or that he has a serious drawback that could've been easily found out. We ask them if they attempted to find out about his origins and they reply that they were not thorough or that they wanted to hurry the marriage.
I'm surprised that the father or brother didn't do his part in assuring that his daughter/sister will be wed to the right person. I remember Omar Ibnul-Khattab when asking a witness, "Do you know this man?"
The man said, "Yes"
"Have you traveled with him?"
"Perhaps you have seen him pray or read the Qur'an?"
"That is not enough for you to know this man."
Our daughters are a huge responsibility. We have to take all the means necessary for their protection.
So how do we ask about the bride/groom? What are the questions that have to be asked?
There are basic topics like morals, profession, family and income but the most important issue that no one seems to care about is the source of that income? Will I feed my daughter from Halal? Everyone asks how much but no one asks where did the money come from? Will my daughter be fed from money obtained by ways approved by Allah or not? The Prophet (PBUH) says that a body bred from sinful money deserves hellfire.
There are lots of ways that this information can be obtained without asking embarrassing direct questions.
And regarding the bride?
It's the same, only it is of higher importance because the future wife will become his responsibility. It is also important because she will be the mother of his children. The Prophet (PBUH) says, "Choose (your wives) wisely for your offspring, for traits run in a family." He meant to seek the family with highest values, because they raised the bride and that will be her nature. Present day psychiatrists have proved this Prophetic wisdom. Observing the mother of the bride will greatly reveal the nature of the future wife.
The Prophet (PBUH) also warned his companions against marrying women who are proud of their beauty but come from a family of bad reputation. He warns us from being dazzled by this situation.
Don't ask about the past:
But you have mentioned in a past lecture that a woman must not be taken by the sins of her family?
Yes that's true, if the woman is of perfect morals and religion she is not to be asked about her family's wrongdoings. But the Prophet (PBUH) was speaking of the woman who was arrogant because of her beauty. This is a different case and I repeat that if a woman is of perfect morals and religious then she must not be judged by her family's sins.
What if the fiancé asks his bride of her past mistakes, and if she had had a relation before.
How would she react?
He has no right what so ever in asking her about past relations. If you are satisfied with her morals and religion then why ask about the past?
In the time of ruling of Omar Ibnul-Khattab, a girl of grave mistakes had repented to Allah seeking for his forgiveness. A suitor came to her asking for her hand in marriage and her brother, out of honesty, went to the young lad to tell him of his sister's mistakes before her repentance. When Omar heard this he was very angry and said to him, "Allah conceals your sister's mistakes while you disgrace her? Don't you know that repentance erases any sins before it?"  This was the Fiqh (interpretation of Islamic verses Qur'an and Sunnah) of Omar. So you see he has no right to ask and she has a right not to answer, depending on her present state of morals and religion.
The age difference dilemma:
We return to the topic of the non-equivalence of age between both spouses. What is your opinion on this?
There are two cases regarding age difference. The first when the bride is much older than the groom and the second is when the groom greatly exceeds his bride in age.
In the first case there are those who relate to the Prophet's (PBUH) marriage from Khadija when she was older by fifteen years. He married her when he was 25 and at the time she was 40 years old. My opinion is that this is an exception not to be followed.
Modern medicine tells us that when men and women are of the same age, the woman is more mature till the age of 22. She is physiologically and psychologically more mature than the man.
There are two conditions for marrying an older woman. The first is that the man is clearly more mature than the woman and second is that the woman is wise enough not to have love of control due to her age. These conditions were present in the Prophet's (PBUH) marriage to Khadija, and as I said it was an exception.  If the woman is one or two years older and the past two conditions are present, then I see no problem in their being wed.  The families of the couple should not refuse such a marriage unless they are sure that those conditions aren't present.
What about a woman marrying someone twenty years older?
This age difference opposes with the equivalence between spouses that Islam asks for in marriage. The Prophet (PBUH) refused to marry his daughter Fatima to Abu Bakr, Omar or Othman for that reason, marrying her instead to Ali Ibn Abi Talib who was only five years older than she was. I have noticed lately that some girls would rather marry men they used to call "uncle". That may sadly be due to the lack of responsibility between young men these days. This led women to thinking about marrying older aged men that are more mature. But that is not a cause for such action. The large generation gap and alternate ways of thinking, as well as diverse emotional and sexual abilities will lead to the failure of this marriage.

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because every kind of energy in our body comes from the brain and goes to the brain. In other words, you are charged with electromagnetic waves without realizing it. his causes discomfort such as headaches,laziness and mild body pain.

So putting ur head on the ground in the position of sajda is the BEST WAY to discharge the electomagnetic signals.

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