Thursday, March 29, 2012

Choose Your Friends Wisely

Winnie the Pooh and friendsPerhaps the most important thing, the thing we hold dear to us after God and our family are our friends, and the influence our friends have on us is not something negligible. There is a lot to consider when we choose our friends as this article will briefly convey.

Humans are naturally social creatures and we tend to try and find other people, groups to belong to - usually people who we share some interests, have things in common or can communicate easily with. This is why lasting friendships tend to lie within racial, cultural, social and religious boundaries, though it is not rare for people to have really good friends who don’t belong to their own community.

When we hear about peer pressure we don't like to admit that we have been affected because we believe we are not so easily influenced, but our friends have a great impact on how we turn out as we get older. Sometimes it's a bad influence and sometimes it's very good but do we pay attention to these things growing up?

If you remember back to your days in school, the people who were friends with "the smokers", for example, and hung around with them, more than likely ended up becoming smokers themselves. As young people, we yearn for acceptance and being liked so we end up doing things that aren't right or good - the feeling of belonging is sometimes stronger than knowing that something is wrong and we tend to forget our stances if all our friends' hold different opinions to us.

This is why, when choosing a friend, it is important to gauge the values of that person before you get sucked into their circle of friends and get negatively influenced and/or hurt. There a number of things to remember when first choosing a friend - what are their values? Are they trustworthy and truthful? do they flaunt the rules, lie, cheat, commit many sins, disrespect their parents, bully or mock other people, backbite, have bad manners  and use foul language? Do they respect you and your beliefs and values?

It might seem strange but a lot of people are friends with people who do not respect them or their values and mistreat them. You cannot be true friends with someone who treats you badly and disrespects you so you must break off the friendship. Choose friends who like you for who you are and don't cause you trouble.

More than just being normal friends, a good friend can make you a better person and inspire you to do good things. You can tell a good person had good friends growing up because they do good things and are well mannered. Choose friends who are not only kind to you, but who inspire you to do good things like getting involved with charity, improving your community, increasing your knowledge, remind you of God and pray, and improve your future prospects in this life and the next.

The Prophet Muhammed (SAW) defines a good friend in these words:

"He is the one whose very sight makes you remember God, whose conversation increases your knowledge and whose deeds remind you of the world in the Hereafter." (Behar al-Anwar, v15 p51)

A good friend can enter you into the kingdom of heaven and a bad friend can lead you into the fires of hell, so choose your friends wisely.

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Maher Zain - Number One For Me | Official Music Video

Be not sad (or afraid), surely Allâh is with us.

"Be not sad (or afraid), surely Allâh is with us."

Allah has asked us not be sad. He says:

"So do not become weak (against your enemy), nor be sad.…"
[surah Al-Imran - Ayah 139].

3:139. எனவே நீங்கள் தைரியத்தை இழக்காதீர்கள்; கவலையும் கொள்ளாதீர்கள்; நீங்கள் முஃமின்களாக இருந்தால் நீங்கள் தாம் உன்னதமானவர்களாக இருப்பீர்கள்.

"And grieve not over them (polytheists and pagans, etc.), and be not
distressed because of what they plot.."
[surah An-Nahl - Ayah 127].

16:127. (நபியே!) இன்னும் நீர் பொறுமையுடன் இருப்பீராக; எனினும் அல்லாஹ்வின் உதவியில்லாமல் நீர் பொறுமையுடனே இருக்க முடியாது - அவர்களுக்காக நீர் (எது பற்றியும்) கவலைப்பட வேண்டாம் - அவர்கள் செய்யும் சூழ்ச்சிகளை பற்றி நீர் (மன) நெருக்கடியில் ஆகிவிடவேண்டாம்.
[surah At-Taubah - Ayah 40].

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Duty towards Allah and fellow beings!

Surat An-Nisā' (The Women) - سورة النساء

Qur'an 4;36
Sahih International
Worship Allah and associate nothing with Him, and to parents do good, and to relatives, orphans, the needy, the near neighbor, the neighbor farther away, the companion at your side, the traveler, and those whom your right hands possess. Indeed, Allah does not like those who are self-deluding and boastful.
மேலும், அல்லாஹ்வையே வழிபடுங்கள்;. அவனுடன் எதனையும் இணை வைக்காதீர்கள். மேலும், தாய் தந்தையர்க்கும், நெருங்கிய உறவினர்களுக்கும். அநாதைகளுக்கும், ஏழைகளுக்கும், அண்டை வீட்டிலுள்ள உறவினர்களுக்கும், அருகிலுள்ள அண்டை வீட்டாருக்கும், (பிரயாணம், தொழில் போன்றவற்றில்) கூட்டாளிகளாக இருப்போருக்கும், வழிப்போக்கர்களுக்கும், உங்களிடமுள்ள அடிமைகளுக்கும் அன்புடன் உபகாரம் செய்யுங்கள்;. நிச்சயமாக அல்லாஹ் கர்வமுடையோராக, வீண் பெருமை உடையோராக இருப்பவர்களை நேசிப்பதில்லை

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One of The Ten Commandments given in
Exodus :2-17:
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's house, thou shalt not covet they neighbour's wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbour's.
Moses received from God on Mount Sinai two tablets, one containing duties to God and the  other our duties to man (Exodus, XXXII. 15)
------------------------ In the name of Allah, The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful,

May the peace of Allah and His mercy and blessings be upon you.

This Surah was revealed in Medina.

This is the 3rd of 9 videos of Surat An-Nisa.

The recitor is Sheikh Saad Al Ghamidi

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Sunday, March 25, 2012

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Moderation In Islam


The best of all dealings is the one which is moderate.
——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Baihaqi.
They are the losers, those who make the religion hard and tough. They imperil themselves who enforce tough practices of Islam. They destroy themselves, those who are extremes.
——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Ibn Masud in Sahih Muslim.
Make things easy and convenient and don’t make them harsh and difficult. Give cheer and glad tidings and do not create hatred.
——— Prophet Muhammad (s) in Riyadh us-Saleheen, Volume 1:637.
 Islam, the Religion of Ease and Moderation

Allah, the most Glorified and Most High, is the sole creator of ALL mankind and therefore knows his nature more intricately than any of mankind.

Allah, has therefore chosen for us a religion best suited to the nature of mankind, a religion that goes neither to the Extremes of hardship nor of laxity, but instead provides a middle path; in other words, a religion of ease.

Allah, most high stated in the Quran:

"Allah intends for you ease, and does not want to make things difficult for you" [2:185];

"Allah does not want to place you in difficulty" [5:6].

Such easiness is well explained in the hadeeth reported by Abu Hurairah, radiya Allahu 'anhu, that the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, said, "Religion is easy..." [Bukhari], he also said; "The best of your religion, is the easiest." [Ahmad]

The easiness of this religion was put into practise by the best of humanity, the one who came to deliver the message, as Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, said;

"Verily there has come unto you a Messenger from amongst yourselves, it grieves him that you should suffer any difficulty, he is anxious for you, for the believers he is full of pity and merciful" [10:128]

Therefore a middle way is always taken. Patience is one of the greatest virtues a Muslim can have.

"And verily, whosoever shows patience and forgives, that would truly be from the things recommended by Allah.'' (42:43)

The Messenger of Allah () said,"Allah shows compassion only to those among His slaves who are compassionate".
[Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:The Messenger of Allah () said, "The strong man is not one who is good at wrestling, but the strong man is one who controls himself in a fit of rage.''
[Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

"Show forgiveness, enjoin what is good, and turn away from the foolish." (Al-A`raaf 7:199)

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Friday, March 23, 2012

Miraculous Nature of Holy Quran

Sura ArRehman- 55,
"When Allah says that,
When the sky (heaven) splits (shaq'at) it looks like a growing rose (verda)."
SunhanAllah !!!
This verse was given to Prophet Muhammed (s.a.w.)  1400 years ago, and now they found the proofs  at NASA.

3000 light years away, a dying star throws off shell of growing gas. This is an image from the hubble space telescope. NASA.
'And we sought to reach Heaven;but found it filled with stern guards and flaming fires. And verily, we used to sit there in stations to steal a hearing but any who listens now will find a flaming fire watching him in ambush."
Al-Jinn: 72:8,9.

Jin and satan try to eavesdrop to learn about news of the future  that are being announced up there but they cant cross the limits created by Allah and if they try,...they get hit or burned by guarding angels and result in a shooting star.
Through Black magic fortune tellers and magicians use these jinns to learn about future

Al Quran:
"  And verily We have beautified the world's heavens with lamps, and We have made such lamps as missiles to drive away the Shaitan (devils)." [67:5 Al Mulk]

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Shaping the Eyebrows

Shaping the Eyebrows:

As-Salamu `alaykum. Is it wrong to shape one’s eyebrows if they are too broad?

Wa `alaykum As-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh.

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger.

Dear questioner, thanks a lot for your question, which reflects your care to have a clear view of the teachings of Islam. Allah commands Muslims to refer to people of knowledge to become well acquainted with the teachings of Islam in all aspects of life.

As for the issue of shaping one’s eyebrows, it is controversial among Muslim scholars. Some scholars consider it permissible to shape or trim one’s eyebrows if they are excessively long or thick for the purpose of appearing neat and tidy.

Responding to your question, Sheikh Ahmad Kutty, a senior lecturer and Islamic scholar at the Islamic Institute of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, states:

There is a difference of opinion among scholars regarding whether one is permitted in Islam to shape or trim one’s eyebrows.

According to a group of scholars, shaping one’s eyebrows is considered forbidden, and they cite the following statement of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him): “Allah has cursed women who tattoo their bodies, wear false hair, those who pluck their eyebrows, and those who artificially widen gaps between their teeth.” They say that shaping the eyebrows or trimming them falls under the same rule.

As opposed to the above, other scholars consider shaping eyebrows or trimming them to be permissible. They say that the prohibition in the above hadith specifically refers to plucking eyebrows, and it is prohibited because it is akin to mutilation, and also it is more likely to result in defaming one’s face. As opposed to this, shaping the eyebrows if they are excessively long or thinning them if they are excessively thick, is enhancing Allah’s creation rather than mutilating it. Its analogy, therefore, is to trimming the mustache or cutting hair, and so on, which are not only permissible but may also be recommended.

In light of the above, according to these scholars, it is considered permissible to shape or trim one’s eyebrows if they are excessively long or thick for the purpose of appearing neat and tidy.

Allah Almighty knows best. source

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Infographic: Americans Studying Abroad

During the 2009-2010 academic year, 270,604 American students studied abroad for credit. This number is almost double the number of students studying abroad from 2000-2001

 American Students Studying Abroad
Compiled by: Online Colleges Resource

by mail from Muhammad Saleem

Top 10 English Words Derived From Arabic

Top 10 English Words Derived From Arabic:

This is a list of English words whose origins can be traced back to Arabic. Some will be immediately recognizable, as they refer to phenomena and concepts directly associated with the Middle East. Other words will be so familiar in their contemporary sense that you may be surprised to find that they came to English from such a distant language. While some of the words in this list have more or less direct transfer from the source language to the target, others took a more circuitous route, arriving in various permutations after passing through third languages such as Spanish, Persian and Turkish. To the best of my knowledge the information here is correct, however I’d appreciate any insight and/or corrections.
A brief note on Arabic: the Arabic language is based on a trilateral root system, in which (most) words can be broken down into a three letter base. This root takes the form of the third person singular past tense. For this reason you will see these roots rendered in English as “he (performed action)”.


Jihad – جهاد

We begin the list with one of the terms most known to western audiences, as well as one the most semantically debated and controversial. The origin of the word is جهد (ja-ha-da) meaning “he made an effort.” In the religious context this type of effort can run the gamut from helping your neighbor, achieving an inner Zen-like devotion to God and, yes, violent struggle in defense of the faith. Due to Arabic’s position as the liturgical language of Islam we will see that many words which have transferred solely to other languages in a religious context can have a more mundane, day-to-day meaning in the original Arabic. For example, the word جهود (jahood), from the same root as ‘jihad” simply means “efforts” and is not necessarily religious in tone.


You may be able to discern that مجهدين (mujahedeen) comes from the same root as the previous entry. A mujahid is someone who takes up arms in defense of the faith. The label was applied to Afghan warriors resisting the Soviet occupation of their country. It generally was viewed in a positive light during the 1980s when the West, especially the US, was supporting these fighters against the communist enemy. Since that time, however, the term mujahedeen has since fallen into ill repute, largely due to the actions of Islamist fighters who battled in Afghanistan and then spread to the corner’s of the earth committing acts of terror in the name of their faith.


Not all words deal with fiery topics like religious zeal. Ream refers to a bundle of paper consisting of 480, 500, or 516 sheets. The original Arabic word is رزمة, which means package or bundle.

Read more Top 10 English Words Derived From Arabic

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Monday, March 19, 2012

Surat Ar-Raĥmān (The Beneficent) - سورة الرحمن ஸூரத்துர் ரஹ்மான்(அளவற்ற அருளாளன்)

அளவற்ற அருளாளனும், நிகரற்ற அன்புடையோனுமாகிய அல்லாஹ்வின் திருப்பெயரால்(துவங்குகிறேன்)
55:1The Most Merciful

அளவற்ற அருளாளன்,

55:2. Taught the Qur'an,

இக் குர்ஆனை (அவன்தான்) கற்றுக் கொடுத்தான்.

55:3. Created man,

அவனே மனிதனைப் படைத்தான்.

தயவு செய்து கிளிக் செய்து மேலும் படியுங்கள் 

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Captivating recitation of Surah Ar-Rahman (55th Chapter of the Holy Quran) by Sheikh Mishary bin Rashid Alafasy. This recitation was recorded in 1424 H.
Amazing and technically accurate recitation by Sheikh Mishary Rashid bin Alafasy. This video is an invitation to all humanity to the truth. It highlights the unlimited favors of the God Almighty upon mankind. This is the same One God of the Old Testament and the New Testament. Please watch and listen without prejudice and please reflect upon the message.

Sunday, March 18, 2012


by mthago

Malaysia as a progressive and advanced country needs to become a clean, well planned and beautiful country. Malaysia with beautiful peoples and good qualities must have beautiful scenery. Roads in Malaysia must be wide and good qualities, having at least double lanes on both ways. Along all the main roads in Malaysia, all the lands in between roads or on the sides of the roads are cultivated with flowers of various kinds. When anyone is driving along the main roads of Malaysia, they will be welcomed by beautiful flowers. These flowers are cultivated and taken care by the government and sold in their supermarkets and petrol stations all over the country. Peoples who come back from their offices can stop at any petrol stations to buy flowers as present to their wives or loved ones. It is a part of efforts made by the government to beautify our roads and at the same time increase the loves between members of families and to increase government income. 
How would that be possible that Malaysian cities particularly Kuala Lumpur without any traffic congestion? Now Kuala Lumpur is a city congested with traffic because everybody wants to bring their cars to go to work. It takes about two hours drive from Gombak to Seri Petaling during the early hours of working days when most people go to work. This happen because the city was built without planning. With the present condition of the roads and the increasing numbers of peoples and cars, the traffic problem of Kuala Lumpur will never end. In order to reduce the numbers of peoples go to work with their cars, Kuala Lumpur needs to have a good public transport and certainly bus is not the answers.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

What Are Probiotics and Prebiotics and Why They are Vital For a Healthy Gut

Probiotics and prebiotics are increasing becoming popular as a health food, but what are they, what is the difference between them and why should we take them?

Growing research is finding that one of the keys to good health can be found in our guts - specifically, in the bacteria that live in the digestive tract. These bacteria are known as probiotics, and they have been associated with improving digestive health, reducing inflammation, food allergies, skin conditions, obesity and more.

Probiotics aid the gut by inhibiting harmful bacteria and increasing helpful bacteria, as well as potentially strengthening the body's immune response. At least 70% of the immune system is found in the gut, so keeping this part of the body in peak condition is important for overall good health.

Probiotics are defined by the World health Organization as 'living organisms which, when administered in adequate quantities, confer a health benefit to the host.'

prebiotics on the other hand, are non-digestible food ingredients that provide a food source for these 'friendly' bacteria and so enhance their activity.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Seeking Knowledge - The Way to Paradise

Seeking Knowledge - The Way to Paradise:
"Allah will exalt those who believe among you, and those who have been granted knowledge to high ranks."

"Seeking knowledge is obligatory upon every Muslim (male and female)." (Hadith)


Allah (Most Exalted is He), Who created us and gave us sustenance, has also given us guidance. He said:
"Verily We have created man into toil and struggle… Have We not made for him a pair of eyes; and a tongue, and a pair of lips; and shown him the two ways (obedience and disobedience)?"
(Qur'an, Al-Balad 90:4-10)

After providing us with the capability to contemplate, think and differentiate between things, He instructed us to know Him, to know his Prophets and to know His Deen, Islam. He said:

"So know that there is no god save Allah, ask forgiveness for your sins and for the believing men and the believing women. Allah knows well your moving and your place of rest."
(Qur'an, Muhammad 47:19)

This verse shows the importance of knowledge and the virtues that Allah has given to it. It also shows that knowledge comes before deeds, since Allah instructed His Prophet to know that He is One and the only One worthy of worship. After that, He commanded him to ask forgiveness for himself, his family and for his Ummah.

If Muslims truly realise the importance Islam places on knowledge and its virtues, they will definitely be keen to learn and teach others. They would start with themselves and their families; then their neighbours and the community at large.

Once Mu'awiyah Ibn Abi Sufyan (may Allah be pleased with her) gave a sermon in which he said, "I heard Allah's Messenger saying, "If Allah wants to do good to a person, he makes him very knowledgeable in the Deen." (Related by Bukhari and Muslim)

This is because knowledge is the basis of all good; it generates actions that are based on the commandments of Allah and the instructions of the Prophet . Hence, every Muslim must instil in his mind a desire to seek knowledge. Allah (Most Exalted is He) instructed His Prophet -- and thus all Muslims -- to ask Allah to increase him in knowledge. He said:

"And say: My Lord increase me in knowledge."
(Qur'an, Ta-Ha 20:114)

Though, initially, all Muslims are equal in the sight of Allah, those who believe, have taqwah (fear of Allah and righteousness), and have been granted knowledge move up to higher ranks. Allah says about those who have taqwah:

"Verily the most honoured of you in the sight of Allah is he who has most taqwah."
(Qur'an, Al-Hujurat 49:13)

And He said about those who believed and acquired knowledge:
"Allah will raise up, to (suitable) ranks and (degrees), those of you who believe and who have been granted knowledge. And Allah is well-acquainted with all you do."
(Qur'an, Al-Mujadilah 58:11)

When a servant of Allah is granted knowledge, he appreciates Allah's creation more, and becomes more acquainted with Allah's attributes and qualities. Consequently, he wholeheartedly witnesses that his Creator is the only one worthy of worship, and then submits to Him humbly. This, in return, generates in his heart a fear, which is akin to a full appreciation and love of His Lord. Allah (Most Exalted is He) has witnessed in favour of His learned servants these qualities, full appreciation of His Oneness and fear of Him. He stated in two verses, to be recited until Doomsday:

"There is no one worthy of worship but He: That is the witness of Allah, His angels and those endowed with knowledge, Standing firm in Justice (or maintaining His Creation in Justice). There is no god but He, the Exalted in power, the Wise."
(Qur'an, Al-'Imran 3:18)

"It is only those who have knowledge among His servants that fear Allah."
(Qur'an, Fatir 35:28)

The Messenger of Allah gave glad tidings to anyone who undertakes the task of seeking knowledge. Abu Hurayrah relates that the Prophet said, "For him who embarks on the path of seeking knowledge, Allah will ease for him the way to paradise." (Related by Muslim) If no Hadith on the importance of knowledge besides this one had been uttered by the Prophet , it would have been enough for Muslims. Yet the Prophet did more than that:

He used to stimulate his companions to seek knowledge: Ibn Mas'ud relates that the Prophet said, "Only two persons are worthy of being envied; a person upon whom Allah bestows riches and gives him the power to spend it in a righteous cause; and a person upon whom Allah bestows wisdom by which he judges and which he teaches." (Related by Bukhari and Muslim)

He used to congratulate the companions whenever they issued a right judgement or correctly answered a question. Imam Muslim narrates that once the Prophet asked Ubayy Ibn Ka'b, "Do you know which verse in Allah's Book is the greatest?" Ubayy answered by reciting Ayat-ul-Kursi (the verse of the Throne, i.e. Al-Baqarah, 2:255): "Allah! None has the right to be worshiped but He, the Ever Living, the One Who sustains and protects all that exists…) The Messenger kindly patted him on the chest, saying, "Congratulations, Abul-Munthir for this knowledge".

He used to call upon Allah to grant them the correct knowledge and understanding of this Deen: Ibn 'Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated, "Once the Prophet embraced me and said, 'O Allah! Bestow on him the knowledge of the Book (Qur'an)." (Related by Bukhari)

He ordained all his companions and, thus, every Muslim who possesses some knowledge -- even as little as one verse -- to disseminate what they know to others: He said, "Convey (what you learn from me) even if only one verse…" (Related by Bukhari)
He made special du'a (supplication) for those who learn his sayings and transmit them to others: Zayd Ibn Thabit narrated that the Prophet said, "May Allah brighten the face of the person who hears what I say and retains it, then conveys it to others: for sometimes one who hears from another remembers it better than the original hearer himself." (Related by Ahmad and Tirmithi)

He assured all those who disseminate his knowledge that they will get the same reward of any Muslim who acts upon that knowledge: Abu Hurayrah relates that the Prophet said, "He who calls another to guidance will have a reward equal; to the reward of him who follows him without diminishing the reward of either of them." (Related by Muslim)

He showed to us the noble status of the learned people of His Ummah: Abu Umamah relates that the Prophet said, "A learned one is as much above an (ordinary) worshiper as I am above the least of you; and he added: Allah, His angels and all those in the heavens and in the earth, even the ants in their holes and the fish in the water, call down blessings on those who instruct people in beneficent knowledge." (Related by Tirmithi)

Better still, he declared that the 'Ulama' (those who have Islamic knowledge) are his heirs: Abu Darda' said that he heard the Prophet saying, "The 'Ulama' are heirs of the Prophets, and the Prophets do not leave an inheritance of Dirhams and Dinars but (they left) only knowledge. He who acquires knowledge acquires a vast portion." (Related by Abu Dawud and Tirmithi)

After reading all these promises and glad tidings, one might ask, what more do we need to awaken our consciousness? We have been promised an easy way to paradise; the inheritance of our Prophet; a lofty rank, high and noble in status; a blessing from Allah and a supplication of all that exists in the heavens and earth; a face beaming in brightness and beauty on the Day of Judgement, when other faces will be sad and dismal. So, let us embark on the road to paradise; let us seek knowledge today.

By Habib Ahmad

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Friday, March 9, 2012

Twitter 101 (infographic)

The influences of technology has impacted all parts of our lives. A study on the use of Twitter in the classroom resulted in a positive effect that could change social media and education for good.

This infographic illustrates that study.

Twitter 101
Created by: Educational Psychology
by mail from Tony Shin

Infographic: Social Media Demographics

More than 66% of adults are connected to one or more social media platforms, but who exactly are these people? This is a question every business must answer before embracing social media and our infographic today presents A Case Study in Social Media Demographics
Via: Online MBA Resource

by mail from Muhammad Saleem

Friday, March 2, 2012

Infographic: Crimes Committed & Solved On Facebook

Facebook is increasingly being used in both legal and ciminal investigations. Which, when you think about how much information people share on the site, makes sense (even though it's incredibly creepy) 

20 Cases Solved By Using Facebook
Via: Criminal Justice Degrees Guide Blog
by mail from Muhammad Saleem

Thursday, March 1, 2012

FAKE BIBLE in Turkey (Muslims tricked again!!

Bismillah - salam alaykum.

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re: LIVE Call-in SHOW on Guide US TV (tonight 8PM - midnight) Eastern Standard Time

Host: Yusuf Estes

Guest: Harris Tobing, Movie producer

Subject: Exclusive Premiere of New Muslim MOVIE - "Understanding the Janazah" (Funeral proceedings for the Muslims)


Don't miss this exciting chance to call in and talk to Yusuf Estes and his guest, Harris Tobing producer of the movie.

NOTE: Our only purpose to write to you is for the sake of Allah and His deen. 

We have nothing to gain
but the pleasure of Allah and draw closer to Him for this effort,
inshallah. We humbly request you to help us in this effort for your own
self and for the sake of dawah in English world. For this we make dua
for you and your family to always be rightly guided, ameen.


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