Sunday, October 31, 2010

live from Holy Makkah And Madeena

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Live Programm From Holy Makkah And Madeena

Please Do the Following.

Come To Desk Top First

· Right Click -> New -> Shortcut

New Window Will Appear

· Type mms://

· Then Click Next

· Type Any name as “Makkah”

· Then Finish

Open The Short Cut. Now its playing Makkah Live Program. just wait for a while for bufferning.

Do the Same Procedure for Madeena Live Program Using the url mms://

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Dr. Abdullah (English Interview to IDC) Part 4 +Part 5+Part 6+Part 7 +Part 8 +Part 9 + Part 10

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Dr. Abdullah (English Interview to IDC) Part 10

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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Protests and demonstrations have brought much of France to a standstill !

  Paris's founders were probably the Gauls, who built a small settlement on the left bank of the Seine. The Romans reached here at an early stage, led by Julius Caesar. Paris became a true capital in the year 987 when Ugo Capote founded a new dynasty. Paris began to develop not only as an urban center, but also from the cultural point of view. Paris has retained its place in the history of mankind and its culture.

  Weeks of strikes, protests and demonstrations have brought much of France to a standstill as workers, students and others voice their strong opposition to a government proposal to raise the age for a minimum pension from 60 to 62. A quarter of the nation's gas stations were out of fuel, hundreds of flights were canceled, long lines formed at gas stations and train services in many regions were cut in half. Protesters blockaded Marseille's airport, Lady Gaga canceled concerts in Paris and rioting youths attacked police in Lyon. The unpopular bill is edging closer to becoming law as the French Senate is preparing to vote on it today. Collected here are recent images of the unrest around France. Update: Pension reform bill just now passed by French senate.

Ten-day International Peace Conference starts in Mumbai

Over 40 speakers to discuss international, social and political issues By TCN News
Mumbai: Mumbai plays host to the fourth edition of the Islamic Peace Conference - that is being attended by renowned scholars and academia from over India and several countries, including England, USA, Canada, Saudi Arabia, and UAE, among others. The International Peace Conference will be a 10-day affair starting on Friday, October 22nd at Sion's Somaiya Grounds in Mumbai and will go on till Sunday, October 31st, 2010.
Organised by the Mumbai-based Islamic Research Foundation, the Islamic Peace Conference has had three successful editions since 2007. Over the years, the Conference has seen some of the most high profile scholars and international personalities attend and interact with the masses. Names such as Yassir Fazaga, Dr. Hussain H. Hassan (father of Islamic Banking), and Dr. Ahmad Turkistani have delivered lectures to an audience of over 25,000

The Peace Conference comes at the backdrop of the global concern among Muslims over relating all forms of terrorism to Islam and Jihad. The Peace Conference and its renowned speakers will address some of the burning issues that face the world, and attempt to explore and suggest solutions for global peace. It is expected to suggest solutions from within Islam to issues like "violence in the name of God", "Peace and Prosperity – Islam's goal for humanity", "Islam and Secularism", "Peaceful Co-existence", "Non-Muslims' Rights in Islam", "The two Extremes and the Middle Path".
The Peace Conference is a rare platform that will NOT have 'religious' leaders, but SCHOLARS and ACADEMICIANS deliberating on intellectual, yet practical, solutions to global issues affecting Islam. Hence, the Conference will not see passionate sermons being delivered by religious leaders, BUT well researched, academic and administrative solutions to communities and governments / administrations to implement.
One of the major attractions of the Conference is an exhibition of ‘Halal’ products from across the world. Halal products, among Muslims, are products made from ingredients allowed within the Islamic tenets. Worldwide, Halal products are majorly sold in Islamic economies and markets.
The Islamic Peace Conference is expected to attract lots of international focus and will see renowned speakers addressing the masses every day for 10 days. The organisers expect over 5 lakh visitors to attend the conference over the period.
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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

"Yawm-ul-Arba'a" Wednesday

The fourth day of the Islamic week is Yawm-ul-arba'a, that is, Wednesday.

Hazrat Ali (r.a), Hazrat Jaabir (r.a), Hazrat Bibi Aïcha Siddiqa (r.a) said that Yawm-ul-arba'a is harmful day. But however it carries bad luck only for the unbelievers (kaafirs), but is blessed (mubaarak) for the believers (mu'minn). In answer to the questions of the sahabas (r.a), the holy Prophet  explained that it is on that day that the army of Pharaoh was drowned in the river Nile and Allah sent his punishments (`azaabs) on the unbelievers of the past Wednesdays. As Allah himself specifies it in the holy Quraan: "We sent against them a violent and icy wind, on a harmful and interminable day" [ sourah 54 – verse 19 ]. The harmful day mentioned here is verily a Wednesday.

Just like Qaaroun (of the time of Hazrat Mousa a.s) was absorbed in the ground, Pharaoh and his army were drowned in the river, Namroud (of the time of Hazrat Ibraahîm a.s), received the punishment of the sting of a mosquito which penetrated his brain), the unbelievers of the people of Hazrat Lout a.s (Lot) perished under a rain of rocks, king Shaddaad and the unbelievers of the people of Hazrat Houd (a.s) were carried by a strong gale and many unbelievers among the people of ancient prophets got their punishments on Wednesday.

On the other hand, for believers (mu'minns), Wednesday is a day of Noor, i.e. a day of light. For that reason, from the time sahaabis to our days, Islamic education begins on Wednesdays, because the holy Prophet  said that "education is light" and light must begin on the day of light.

Also, Rasoulullaah  prevented from cutting the nails and to be made hair cut on Wednesdays because it can generate leprosy. Nabi-e-kareem  also advised against making blood transfusion on Wednesdays because it may generate diseases.

Hazrat Ma'az bin Jabal (r.a) reported that the holy Prophet  taught to him to make on Wednesdays, 4 raka'ats of namaz nafils in the course of the day (2 by 2 raka'ats), in the first 2 raka'ats, in each raka'at, after sourah al-Faatihah, read 1 time Aayat-ul-kurrsi and 3 times sourah al-Ikhlaass. Separately, for the two last raka'ats, in each raka'at, after sourah al-Faatihah, read 1 time Aayat-ul-kurrsi and 1 time sourah al-Falaq and 1 time the sourah an-Naas. After salaam, make du'as as follows: "Allaahumma rabbanaa aatinaa fid-dunyaa hasanatanw-wa qinaa `azaaban-naarr. Yaa `azîzu Yaa Ghaffaar, Yaa kareemu Yaa Sattaarr". Then make your du'as and by the barkat of this namaz nafil, Allah ta’ala will keep you away from misfortunes and spread light in your life.
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Monday, October 25, 2010

"HAVE YOU DISCOVERED IT'S REAL BEAUTY" in Englsih By:Dr.Naji(Saudi Arabia)

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Hajj in Surat Al-Baqarah (The Cow) - سورة البقرة

Surat Al-Baqarah (The Cow) - سورة البقرة
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Perform the pilgrimage and the visit (to Makka) for Allah. And if ye are prevented, then send such gifts as can be obtained with ease, and shave not your heads until the gifts have reached their destination. And whoever among you is sick or hath an ailment of the head must pay a ransom of fasting or almsgiving or offering. And if ye are in safety, then whosoever contenteth himself with the visit for the pilgrimage (shall give) such gifts as can be had with ease. And whosoever cannot find (such gifts), then a fast of three days while on the pilgrimage, and of seven when ye have returned; that is, ten in all. That is for him whoso folk are not present at the Inviolable Place of Worship. Observe your duty to Allah, and know that Allah is severe in punishment.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Tony Blair’s sister-in-law has converted to Islam

In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Tony Blair’s sister-in-law has converted to Islam

Tony Blair’s sister-in-law has converted to Islam after having what she describes as a “holy experience” during a visit to Iran.
Journalist and broadcaster Lauren Booth, 43 – Cherie Blair’s sister – now wears a hijab whenever she leaves her home, prays five times a day and visits her local mosque whenever she can.
She decided to become a Muslim six weeks ago after visiting the shrine of Fatima al-Masumeh in the city of Qom.
“It was a Tuesday evening and I sat down and felt this shot of spiritual morphine, just absolute bliss and joy,” she said in an interview today.
When she returned to Britain, she decided to convert immediately.
Booth – who works for Press TV, the English-language Iranian news channel – has stopped eating pork and reads the Qur’an every day. She is currently on page 60.
Booth has stopped drinking alcohol and says she has not wanted to drink since converting.
Before her spiritual awakening in Iran, she had been “sympathetic” to Islam and has spent considerable time working in Palestine, she said, adding that she hoped her conversion would help Blair change his presumptions about Islam.

When she returned to Britain, she decided to convert immediately.
‘Now I don’t eat pork and I read the Koran every day. I’m on page 60. I also haven’t had a drink in 45 days, the longest period in 25 years,’ she said.
‘The strange thing is that since I decided to convert I haven’t wanted to touch alcohol, and I was someone who craved a glass of wine or two at the end of a day.’
Refusing to discount the possibility that she might wear a burka, she said: ‘Who knows where my spiritual journey will take me?’
Before her awakening in Iran, she had been ‘sympathetic’ to Islam and has spent considerable time working in Palestine. ‘I was always impressed with the strength and comfort it gave,’ she said of the religion.
Miss Booth, who works for Press TV, the English-language Iranian news channel, has been a vocal opponent of the war in Iraq.
In August 2008 she travelled to Gaza by ship from Cyprus, along with 46 other activists, to highlight Israel’s blockade of the territory.
She was subsequently refused entry into both Israel and Egypt.
She said she hoped her conversion would help Mr Blair change his presumptions about Islam.
The men, women and children around me withstood a day of no water and no food (it’s called Ramadan, Tony, it’s a fast),’ Booth wrote.
‘Coping with hunger and thirst in the hundred degrees heat, as if it were nothing. They can withstand deprivation in the Muslim world.
‘Here in Iran they feel proud to suffer in order to express solidarity with the people of Palestine. It’s kind of like the way you express solidarity with America only without illegal chemical weapons and a million civilian deaths.’
She adds: ‘Your world view is that Muslims, are mad, bad, dangerous to know. A contagion to be contained.
‘In the final chapter [of his autobiography] you say we need a “religious counter attack” against Islam. And by “Islam” you mean the Al Quds rallies, the Palestinian intifada (based on an anti Apartheid struggle Tony, NOT religious bigotry), against every Arab who fails to put their arms in the air as the F16 missiles rain on their homes and refugee camps and sing a rousing chorus of ‘Imagine all the people…’

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Urgent need for peace in Middle East: Pope

Rome : Roman Catholic Pope Benedict XVI Sunday called for the prompt resolution of the Middle East conflict and urged Muslim countries to guarantee total religious freedom.
Peace is needed urgently in the volatile region, and an essential prerequisite for dignified life, the pontiff said at a mass at St Peter's Basilica to mark formal closing of the Vatican's two-week synod on future of the Middle East's dwindling Christian communities.
"The conflict in the Middle East has gone on for too long -- the wars, the violence, the terrorism," Benedict said.
Freedom of religion was one of the fundamental human rights every state in the region should respect, he noted. Several Muslim countries tightly curtail the practice of Christianity.
The meeting of bishops, or synod, regarded the need for Christians and Muslims enter into dialogue as important, Benedict said.
The bishops produced a 44-point set of proposals on how to strengthen the Christian presence in the region. The document is to be submitted to the pontiff for his final approval.
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Abla virtue أبلة فضيلة

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يا ولاد يا ولاد تعالوا تعالوا 
علشان نسمع أبلة فضيلة
راح تحكي لنا حكاية جميلة
لمن لا يعرف: أبلة فضيلة توفيق هي المذيعة التي قدمت أجمل قصص للأطفال 
و الطلائع في الإذاعة المصرية على مر العقود 
  نزلت الملف الذي يحوي 126 حكاية و بعض الأغنيات
أسمعت قصة منهم  لجارتنا الطفلة و عمرها 10 سنوات
و أعجبتها كونها لا تعرفهاقبل الآن
أما أنا فتعجبت: هل هناك من لا يعرف أبلة فضيلة؟
أهديها لكم جميعا 
و للمدونة أطفال من نور
احكوا لأولادكم القصص و اجلسوا معهم وقت أكثر 
    أخيرا للاستماع  مباشرة لأي قصة هنا 
بالضغط على الملف ثم الذي يليه
Sons, sons Come Come
Ahan hear Abla virtue
Kept telling us the story of a beautiful
Those who do not know: Abla is the virtue of conciliation announcer made the most beautiful stories for children
Avant-garde and in the Egyptian Radio over the decades
  I got the file that contains a 126 story and some songs
You hear the story of them to our neighbor and the girl child 10 years old
And she liked that it does not now Tarafhaqubl
But I Vtjpt: Is there anyone who does not know Abla virtue?
Dedicate all of you
And the Code of children of light
Agoa stories to your children and sit with them more time

    Finally, to listen directly to any story here
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Lessons of Qurbani

It is neither their flesh nor their blood that reaches Allah;
it is your piety that reaches Him." (Qur'an 22:37)
                Lessons of Qurbani / Udhiyah

Qurbani is once in the year but it has lessons which every Muslim can apply for the rest of the  year.

 1. Importance of Qurbani

Allah mentions sacrificing of an animal side by side with Salaah in a number of verses of the Quraan :

a. "Verily my prayer, my sacrifice, my life  and my death are for Allah; the Lord of the worlds.”

b. So turn in prayer towards your Lord and  sacrifice (animals).” (108.2)

Salaah is a pivotal component of Islam. Without  Salaah little of Islam remains. The fact that sacrifice (Qurbani) has been mentioned with it shows that it is similarly an important form of  worship.

When a person slaughters a Qurbani animal, he is forgiven at the fall of the first drop of blood, and the animal will be brought on the Day of Qiyamah with its blood, meat, limbs, etc and placed on his scale  of deeds. The Prophet Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam also mentioned that there is a reward attached for every hair or fibre of wool on the body of the sacrificed animal.

2. Respecting a personality by deed not  statue
Islam teaches a unique method of paying respect to a great personality. In other cultures a person of respect is remembered by his statue or portrait. Islam commands that the practical act of the individual be emulated. The sacrifice of Ibrahim Alaihis Salaam was virtuous and we are  commanded to do the very same action every year. Likewise, the life of the  Prophet Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam was so beautiful that every Muslim has been instructed to live their lives in his mould. Similarly, the running of Bibi Hajira between Safa and Marwa is in the  same way remembered by every Muslim who performs the Sa'ee during Umrah.

3. Islam teaches peace not violence
Before we slaughter the animal we  take the name of Allah seeking His permission and asking for His blessings. The taking of a life is by no means a minor task. When Muslims are so scrupulous about respecting animal life how much more when it comes to human life? By no  means are Muslims terrorists and blood-thirsty fanatics! Muslims are taught to adhere to a code ethics even on the battlefield.

4. Superiority of the Islamic method of  slaughter

Islam, being a perfect way of life, has taught us how  to slaughter an animal. The Prophet Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam taught us not to cause unnecessary pain and torture to the animal at the time of slaughter. It is with this in mind that Islam gives  the following general guidelines :


  • The knife used for slaughtering  should be well sharpened so that it slits the throat easily, without causing  undue pain.
  • The knife should not be sharpened in front of the animals as this may drive fear into them.
  • The animal should be slaughtered in isolation so that other animals cannot see the  slaughter.
  • The animal should be laid on the ground with ease and should not be mercilessly dragged to the place of  slaughter.
Research studies conducted have  proven that the Islamic method of severing the veins causes less pain to the animal than the method of stunning. Studies have also shown that the blood drains out of the animal more effectively in this way rendering the meat more  wholesome and pure.

5. Building Leadership qualities and removing pride
Every prophet of Allah looked after sheep at some  point in his life. This was a divine system of training aimed at teaching the prophet leadership qualities. It inculcated simplicity in them and taught them  that true reward comes with hard work. Tending to sheep may be a menial and low task but it is from ground zero that great leaders develop.

6. The Command of Allah and human logic
Ibrahim Alayhis Salaamhad two choices :  to follow the cry of his heart or to submit to the call of  his Creator. He chose to submit. There was no logic in killing his own son,  Ismail, for no apparent reason. Ismail had not committed any sin or major wrong.  But, this was a command from Allah which needed to be followed whether it  conformed to logic or not. Eid-ul-Adha hinges on the spirit of surrender and submission to the divine call. A true Muslim accepts every command of his Creator without question and without searching for  loopholes.

7. Spirit and Body
If we look at any form of worship in Islam it has  deep spiritual and moral significance. When we sacrifice an animal it should be done for the pleasure of Allah only. Allah wants to see what the heart contains.
It is not their flesh nor their blood that  reaches Allah, but it is your piety that reaches Him…” (Surah Hajj)

8. Qurbani teaches sacrifice
When Ibrahim Alaihis Salaam chose to sacrifice his son he taught us the golden lesson that love for Allah in a man's heart should be stronger than the love for himself, his family and his emotions. It is a  reminder that Islam teaches sacrifice and hard work as opposed to a life of endless pleasure and comfort.

9. Worship must be of superior quality
Islam teaches us to sacrifice animals of the best  quality. They should be free from faults and defects.  An animal that is  blind, lame or has a structural defect from birth is not suitable for sacrifice. This teaches us that our relationship with Allah must be of a superior quality. We should not give a sub-standard effort. When we have to meet for an important business meeting we make sure that we dress perfectly, speak perfectly and focus our  attention perfectly so that nothing important is missed. When we are in Salaah we should similarly be at peak performance. Our dress, recitation of Quraan and  concentration should be perfect. Similarly, in all our acts of ibaadah like Haj,  Zakaah, Sadaqah, etc, we should strive for  perfection.

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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Knowledge Test on Religion

In the New York Times, Nicholas Kristof asked 13 questions to test knowledge of his readers on religion ("Test Your Savvy on Religion," October 9, 2010). The questions are:

1. Which holy book stipulates that a girl who does not bleed on her wedding night should be stoned to death?
a. Koran
b. Old Testament
c. (Hindu) Upanishads

2. Which holy text declares: "Let there be no compulsion in religion"?
a. Koran
b. Gospel of Matthew
c. Letter of Paul to the Romans

3. The terrorists who pioneered the suicide vest in modern times, and the use of women in terror attacks, were affiliated with which major religion?
a. Islam
b. Christianity
c. Hinduism
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Friday, October 22, 2010

Register your name in Taluk office to vote Graduate constituency

  Dear Graduate & Diploma friends,Assalaamu Alikum (warah) Kindly register your name in Taluk office to vote Graduate constituency(Tiruchi) and also Teacher constituency. along application show the originalDegree certificate, residential proof (ration card Xerox, driving license Xerox)Enroll female vote also. Need not ...go to poling booth station. Vote is in our hand. Remember it. Attention to all our educated people.Pass it on to all Jamth.Inform in Jumma assembling time. Last date :6 November. Ever in your service,Kudanthai Prof. Tamil maamani. Dr. Haji.M.A.Mohamed Hussain.Founder : Al Kareem Foundation,Research consultant:Socio Islamic Secular Research Center[SISERC]Kumbakonam.

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Thursday, October 21, 2010


(Source: fatimashaikh)
The Ten Sickness Of The Heart
1. You believe in the existence of Allah swt, but, you do not fulfill His Commands.

2. You say you love the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) but you do not follow his Sunnah.

3. You read the Holy Qur'an, but you do not put it into practice.

4. You enjoy all the benefits from Allah, but, you are not grateful to Him.

5. You acknowledge Shaitan as your enemy, but, you do not go against him.

6. You want to enter Paradise, but, you do not work for it.

7. You do not want to be thrown into Hellfire, but yet, you do not run from it.

8. You believe that every living thing will face death, and you are not prepared for it.

9. You gossip and find faults in others, but, you forget your own faults and bad habits.

10. You bury the dead, but, you do not take a lesson from it.

What do Muslims believe about Allah

Surat Al-'Ikhlāş (The Sincerity) - سورة الإخلاص

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

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Say: He is Allah, the One and Only;
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(நபியே!) நீர் கூறுவீராக: அல்லாஹ் அவன் ஒருவனே.

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Allah, the Eternal, Absolute;
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அல்லாஹ் (எவரிடத்தும்) தேவையற்றவன்.

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He begetteth not, nor is He begotten;
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அவன் (எவரையும்) பெறவுமில்லை (எவராலும்) பெறப்படவுமில்லை.

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And there is none like unto Him.
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அன்றியும், அவனுக்கு நிகராக எவரும் இல்லை.
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"He is Allah, the Creator, the Originator, The Fashioner, to Him belong the most beautiful names: whatever is in the heavens and on earth, do declare His praises and glory. And He is the Exalted in Might, The Wise. (Quran 59:24)
"The most beautiful names belong to God: so call on Him by them;..." (7:180)
It is not possible to perfectly translate the names and attributes of Allah from their original Arabic into English. However, here are some fairly close explanations.
^= letter ain of arabic '= letter hamza of arabic

  1. Allah
    • Allah, He who has the Godhood which is the power to create the entities.
  2. Ar-Rahmaan
    • The Compassionate, The Beneficient, The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers and the blasphemers in this world and especially for the believers in the hereafter.
  3. Ar-Raheem
    • The Merciful, The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers.
  4. Al-Malik
    • The King, The Sovereign Lord, The One with the complete Dominion, the One Whose Dominion is clear from imperfection.
  5. Al-Quddoos
    • The Holy, The One who is pure from any imperfection and clear from children and adversaries.
  6. As-Salaam
    • The Source of Peace, The One who is free from every imperfection.
  7. Al-Mu'min
    • Guardian of Faith, The One who witnessed for Himself that no one is God but Him. And He witnessed for His believers that they are truthful in their belief that no one is God but Him.
  8. Al-Muhaimin
    • The Protector, The One who witnesses the saying and deeds of His creatures.
  9. Al-^Azeez
    • The Mighty, The Strong, The Defeater who is not defeated.
  10. Al-Jabbaar
    • The Compeller, The One that nothing happens in His Dominion except that which He willed.
  11. Al-Mutakabbir
    • The Majestic, The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures and from resembling them.
  12. Al-Khaaliq
    • The Creator, The One who brings everything from non-existence to existence.
  13. Al-Bari'
    • The Evolver, The Maker, The Creator who has the Power to turn the entities.
  14. Al-Musawwir
    • The Fashioner, The One who forms His creatures in different pictures.
  15. Al-Ghaffaar
    • The Great Forgiver, The Forgiver, The One who forgives the sins of His slaves time and time again.
  16. Al-Qahhaar
    • The Subduer, The Dominant, The One who has the perfect Power and is not unable over anything.
  17. Al-Wahhaab
    • The Bestower, The One who is Generous in giving plenty without any return. He is everything that benefits whether Halal or Haram.
  18. Al-Razzaaq
    • The Sustainer, The Provider.
  19. Al-Fattaah
    • The Opener, The Reliever, The Judge, The One who opens for His slaves the closed worldy and religious matters.
  20. Al-^Aleem
    • The All-knowing, The Knowledgeable; The One nothing is absent from His knowledge.
  21. Al-Qaabid
    • The Constricter, The Retainer, The Withholder, The One who constricts the sustenance by His wisdomand expands and widens it with His Generosity and Mercy.
  22. Al-Baasit
    • The Expander, The Englarger, The One who constricts the sustenance by His wisdomand expands and widens it with His Generosity and Mercy.
  23. Al-Khaafid
    • The Abaser, The One who lowers whoever He willed by His Destruction and raises whoever He willed by His Endowment.
  24. Ar-Raafi^
    • The Exalter, The Elevator, The One who lowers whoever He willed by His Destruction and raises whoever He willed by His Endowment.
  25. Al-Mu^iz
    • The Honorer, He gives esteem to whoever He willed, hence there is no one to degrade Him; And He degrades whoever He willed, hence there is no one to give Him esteem.
  26. Al-Muthil
    • The Dishonorer, The Humiliator, He gives esteem to whoever He willed, hence there is no one to degrade Him; And He degrades whoever He willed, hence there is no one to give Him esteem.
  27. As-Samee^
    • The All-Hearing, The Hearer, The One who Hears all things that are heard by His Eternal Hearing without an ear, instrument or organ.
  28. Al-Baseer
    • The All-Seeing, The One who Sees all things that are seen by His Eternal Seeing without a pupil or any other instrument.
  29. Al-Hakam
    • The Judge, He is the Ruler and His judgment is His Word.
  30. Al-^Adl
    • The Just, The One who is entitled to do what He does.
  31. Al-Lateef
    • The Subtle One, The Gracious, The One who is kind to His slaves and endows upon them.
  32. Al-Khabeer
    • The Aware, The One who knows the truth of things.
  33. Al-Haleem
    • The Forebearing, The Clement, The One who delays the punishment for those who deserve it and then He might forgive them.
  34. Al-^Azeem
    • The Great One, The Mighty, The One deserving the attributes of Exaltment, Glory, Extolement,and Purity from all imperfection.
  35. Al-Ghafoor
    • The All-Forgiving, The Forgiving, The One who forgives a lot.
  36. Ash-Shakoor
    • The Grateful, The Appreciative, The One who gives a lot of reward for a little obedience.
  37. Al-^Aliyy
    • The Most High, The Sublime, The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures.
  38. Al-Kabeer
    • The Most Great, The Great, The One who is greater than everything in status.
  39. Al-Hafeez
    • The Preserver, The Protector, The One who protects whatever and whoever He willed to protect.
  40. Al-Muqeet
    • The Maintainer, The Guardian, The Feeder, The Sustainer, The One who has the Power.
  41. Al-Haseeb
    • The Reckoner, The One who gives the satisfaction.
  42. Aj-Jaleel
    • The Sublime One, The Beneficent, The One who is attributed with greatness of Power and Glory of status.
  43. Al-Kareem
    • The Generous One, The Bountiful, The Gracious, The One who is attributed with greatness of Power and Glory of status.
  44. Ar-Raqeeb
    • The Watcher, The Watchful, The One that nothing is absent from Him. Hence it's meaning is related to the attribute of Knowledge.
  45. Al-Mujeeb
    • The Responsive, The Hearkener, The One who answers the one in need if he asks Him and rescues the yearner if he calls upon Him.
  46. Al-Wasi^
    • The Vast, The All-Embracing, The Knowledgeable.
  47. Al-Hakeem
    • The Wise, The Judge of Judges, The One who is correct in His doings.
  48. Al-Wadood
    • The Loving, The One who loves His believing slaves and His believing slaves love Him. His love to His slaves is His Will to be merciful to them and praise them:Hence it's meaning is related to the attributes of the Will and Kalam (His attribute with which He orders and forbids and spoke to Muhammad and Musa -peace be upon them- . It is not a sound nor a language nor a letter.).
  49. Al-Majeed
    • The Most Glorious One, The Glorious, The One who is with perfect Power, High Status, Compassion, Generosity and Kindness.
  50. Al-Ba^ith
    • The Reserrector, The Raiser (from death), The One who resurrects His slaves after death for reward and/or punishment.
  51. Ash-Shaheed
    • The Witness, The One who nothing is absent from Him.
  52. Al-Haqq
    • The Truth, The True, The One who truly exists.
  53. Al-Wakeel
    • The Trustee, The One who gives the satisfaction and is relied upon.
  54. Al-Qawiyy
    • The Most Strong, The Strong, The One with the complete Power.
  55. Al-Mateen
    • The Firm One, The One with extreme Power which is un-interrupted and He does not get tired.
  56. Al-Waliyy
    • The Protecting Friend, The Supporter.
  57. Al-Hameed
    • The Praiseworthy, The praised One who deserves to be praised.
  58. Al-Muhsee
    • The Counter, The Reckoner, The One who the count of things are known to him.
  59. Al-Mubdi'
    • The Originator, The One who started the human being. That is, He created him.
  60. Al-Mu^eed
    • The Reproducer, The One who brings back the creatures after death.
  61. Al-Muhyi
    • The Restorer, The Giver of Life, The One who took out a living human from semen that does not have a soul. He gives life by giving the souls back to the worn out bodies on the resurrection day and He makes the hearts alive by the light of knowledge.
  62. Al-Mumeet
    • The Creator of Death, The Destroyer, The One who renders the living dead.
  63. Al-Hayy
    • The Alive, The One attributed with a life that is unlike our life and is not that of a combination of soul, flesh or blood.
  64. Al-Qayyoom
    • The Self-Subsisting, The One who remains and does not end.
  65. Al-Waajid
    • The Perceiver, The Finder, The Rich who is never poor. Al-Wajd is Richness.
  66. Al-Waahid
    • The Unique, The One, The One without a partner.
  67. Al-Ahad
    • The One.
  68. As-Samad
    • The Eternal, The Independent, The Master who is relied upon in matters and reverted to in ones needs.
  69. Al-Qaadir
    • The Able, The Capable, The One attributed with Power.
  70. Al-Muqtadir
    • The Powerful, The Dominant, The One with the perfect Power that nothing is withheld from Him.
  71. Al-Muqaddim
    • The Expediter, The Promoter, The One who puts things in their right places. He makes ahead what He wills and delays what He wills.
  72. Al-Mu'akh-khir
    • The Delayer, the Retarder, The One who puts things in their right places. He makes ahead what He wills and delays what He wills.
  73. Al-'Awwal
    • The First, The One whose Existence is without a beginning.
  74. Al-'Akhir
    • The Last, The One whose Existence is without an end.
  75. Az-Zaahir
    • The Manifest, The One that nothing is above Him and nothing is underneath Him, hence He exists without a place. He, The Exalted, His Existence is obvious by proofs and He is clear from the delusions of attributes of bodies.
  76. Al-Baatin
    • The Hidden, The One that nothing is above Him and nothing is underneath Him, hence He exists without a place. He, The Exalted, His Existence is obvious by proofs and He is clear from the delusions of attributes of bodies.
  77. Al-Walee
    • The Governor, The One who owns things and manages them.
  78. Al-Muta^ali
    • The Most Exalted, The High Exalted, The One who is clear from the attributes of the creation.
  79. Al-Barr
    • The Source of All Goodness, The Righteous, The One who is kind to His creatures, who covered them with His sustenance and specified whoever He willed among them by His support, protection, and special mercy.
  80. At-Tawwaab
    • The Acceptor of Repentance, The Relenting, The One who grants repentance to whoever He willed among His creatures and accepts his repentance.
  81. Al-Muntaqim
    • The Avenger, The One who victoriously prevails over His enemies and punishes them for their sins. It may mean the One who destroys them.
  82. Al-^Afuww
    • The Pardoner, The Forgiver, The One with wide forgiveness.
  83. Ar-Ra'uf
    • The Compassionate, The One with extreme Mercy. The Mercy of Allah is His will to endow upon whoever He willed among His creatures.
  84. Malik Al-Mulk
    • The Eternal Owner of Sovereignty, The One who controls the Dominion and gives dominion to whoever He willed.
  85. Thul-Jalali wal-Ikram
    • The Lord of Majesty and Bounty, The One who deserves to be Exalted and not denied.
  86. Al-Muqsit
    • The Equitable, The One who is Just in His judgment.
  87. Aj-Jaami^
    • The Gatherer, The One who gathers the creatures on a day that there is no doubt about, that is the Day of Judgment.
  88. Al-Ghaniyy
    • The Self-Sufficient, The One who does not need the creation.
  89. Al-Mughni
    • The Enricher, The One who satisfies the necessities of the creatures.
  90. Al-Maani^
    • The Preventer, The Withholder.
  91. Ad-Daarr
    • The Distresser, The One who makes harm reach to whoever He willed and benefit to whoever He willed.
  92. An-Nafi^
    • The Propitious, The One who makes harm reach to whoever He willed and benefit to whoever He willed.
  93. An-Noor
    • The Light, The One who guides.
  94. Al-Haadi
    • The Guide, The One whom with His Guidance His belivers were guided, and with His Guidance the living beings have been guided to what is beneficial for them and protected from what is harmful to them.
  95. Al-Badi^
    • The Incomparable, The One who created the creation and formed it without any preceding example.
  96. Al-Baaqi
    • The Everlasting, The One that the state of non-existence is impossible for Him.
  97. Al-Waarith
    • The Supreme Inheritor, The Heir, The One whose Existence remains.
  98. Ar-Rasheed
    • The Guide to the Right Path, The One who guides.
  99. As-Saboor
    • The Patient, The One who does not quickly punish the sinners.
      "...There is nothing whatever like unto Him, and He is the One that hears and sees (all things). Qur'an [42:11]
      (Arabic transliteration: Laysa Kamithlihi Shayun Wa Huwa As-Sami' ul-Basir)
I found many different versions of the 99 names. The above 99 are on a poster I have. Another list includes Al-Mu'tiy - The Bestower, The Giver and does not have Al-Ahad - The One. Another list did not have Al-Razzaaq -The Sustainer, The Provider but did have Al-Maajid The Noble, The One who is Majid.
Allah (subhanahu wa ta`ala)'s names are not limited to 99, which is a common misconception. There are a couple of evidences, one is the du`aa where one calls upon Allah by the names He (subhanahu wa ta`ala) has kept to Himself (obviously not taking these names since Allah has not revealed them to us); another is the fact that in the narrations of the famous ninety nine names hadith that do contain 99 names, the names are not consistent between narrations (for example, imam al-bayhaqi reports two versions of this hadith, with different 99 names in each). It is suggested by one commentator that the names were not explicitly stated by the rasul (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam). 
Source : 
What do Muslims believe about Allah
Allah (God)
Islam is the complete submission and obedience to Allah (God). The name Allah (God) in Islam never refers to Muhammad (peace be upon him), as many Christians may think; Allah is the personal name of God.
What do Muslims believe about Allah?
1. He is the one God, Who has no partner.
2. Nothing is like Him. He is the Creator, not created, nor a part of His creation.
3. He is All-Powerful, absolutely Just.
4. There is no other entity in the entire universe worthy of worship besides Him.
Source :
Names of Allah


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