Islam religion: 2013
Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Nicole Queen Revert to islam

Nicole Queen Revert to islam

I am an American girl from small town Texas who converted to the faith of Islam. Shocking, I know but living the chaotic lifestyle I lived as a night life photographer, drove me to look for a higher purpose in life. God was that purpose and I have never looked back.  I'm a public speaker about Islam in America and a professional photographer with 10 years of experience.  I am thankful for my new life, and happily married with a beautiful baby boy.  Read my story on

If only it were that easy. To be able to just post an ad when your first going through the transition of leaving your old life of emptiness, to fulfill your desire of closeness with God in Islam.  Or maybe, like one of those online match-maker sites, only you would need to be able to look for a whole lot more than just love. How about searching for a new identity, self belonging, friendships, possibly even a new career?  Wow, do people really ever look back and say "I can't believe I made it through that storm in one piece, but man it was worth it"?  I know I say that on a regular basis and I bet I'm not alone.  There is so much more to this, to becoming a Muslim, than just changing your faith.

Across the globe people everyday are reading, blogging, searching about Islam. It's the hottest topic, even in churches now instead of preaching about Christ, they can't seem to escape bringing up the subject of my new religion, Islam.  The demand for information on Muslims and Islam is growing and heaping and rolling into one of those giant snow balls, rolling down the hill and the best part is how many people it's grabbing into it's snowy fluff along the way. The excitement you feel when you come to Islam, I call it the "New Muslim High"...LOL.  I wish I could bottle that stuff up and sell it, it's such an amazing feeling. It's like all the sudden someone woke you up and said "Hey how's it going, let me introduce your to yourself, that old person was just your stunt double, here's the shiny amazing (you) that you've been dying to meet all this time". Along with any drastic changes to your life, you come to expect the challenges as well.

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Thursday, 9 May 2013

Do You LOVE Jesus?

Like all humans all over the world, we desire Love, it is what makes us complete. Some are even willing to overlook Truth in order to attain Love .
In Islam, you don't have to make any sacrifices, you can have both Truth and Love in God at the same time. 

First we must know what True Love is. True Love is a two way street. This means we take Love as well as we give Love. 

For example, Loving Jesus: 

Muslims love Jesus more than Christians according to the Meaning of True Love. This is because if you Love someone, you would care for them. 

The Christians don't have Love with God, but rather Greed towards God.
If the Christians had true love with God, than they would be Happy to learn Jesus was not killed but rather it appeared as if he was killed, similar to Jesus appearing to be a unknown gardener to Mary in the Cave {John 20:15} 

Instead, the Christians ventilate that Jesus suffered and bled and was filled with pain and anguish. 

Is it love to insist this happened to someone you love even though some evidence suggests it may not have happened? Of course not, this is the farthest thing from love. 

If someone you love was kidnapped, and there was some evidence that the one you love is safe, would you insist they are not safe? 

To Love is to share, another way Muslims love Jesus more than the Christians is that we do not pass our sins to Jesus, we take responsibility for our own sins. We believe Jesus was sent by God to assist Israel return to the Straight path, Jesus never claimed he was sent to consume everyone's sins, but instead to preach (which he did for over 30 years before returning to God) the good news of Peace. 

If you love your neighbor, would you take your garbage and put it at your neighbors door? Absolutely not, you would take responsibility for your own garbage.
Christians in the scope of the big picture, are uncaring of Jesus, a bully to Jesus. 

This is not to suggest that our Creator, the Father of us all, is ungiving, for the fact is, that God does give Love.
The Webster Dictionary meaning of the word "Love" is: "passionate, warm attachment, affectionate" 

The Holy Qur'an lists these attributes describing God, along with much more, for example, in the Holy Qur'an, our Creator is addressed as:
"Compassionate, Merciful, the Helper, the Nourisher, the Generous, the Guide, the Loving (al-Wadud in Arabic often translated into English as "the Kind One"), the Raiser of the Dead, the Patient" 

Thus showing how the God of Islam which is the same God of Abraham, Moses and Jesus , is in fact a God of Love

Besides God being Defined as Love in the Holy Qur'an , we also see quotes of how God Gives us Love in the Qur'an:

  • "... God loves the doers of justice." {Holy Qur'an 60:8}
  • "... God loves those who are fair (and just). " {Holy Qur'an 49.009}
  • " On those who believe and work deeds of righteousness, will (Allah) Most Gracious bestow love. " {Holy Qur'an 19:96}
  • "...God loveth those who make themselves pure." {Holy Qur'an 9:108}
  • "... For God loves those who put their trust (in Him). " {Holy Qur'an 3:159}

God in the Qur'an also gives Love unconditionally

"It may be that God will ordain love between you and those of them with whom ye are at enmity. Allah is Mighty, and Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. " {Holy Qur'an 60:7} 

" And among His Signs is this, that He created for you mates from among  yourselves, that ye may dwell in tranquillity with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts): verily in that are Signs for those who reflect." {Holy Qur'an 30:21} 

"...for ye were enemies and He joined your hearts in love, so that by His Grace, ye became brethren; and ye were on the brink of the pit of Fire, and He saved you from it. Thus doth Allah make His Signs clear to you: That ye may be guided. " {Holy Qur'an 3:103} 

" And He is the Forgiving, the Loving, " {Holy Qur'an 85:14}
The Qur'an reveals this false assertion that God only loves the Jews or the Christians: 

"And the Jews and the Christians say: We are the sons of God and His beloved ones. Say: Why does He then chastise you for your faults? Nay, you are mortals from among those whom He has created, He forgives whom He pleases and chastises whom He pleases; and God's is the kingdom of the heavens and the earth and what is between them, and to Him is the eventual coming." {Holy Qur'an 5:18} 

This is not a attack on either Faith , it only rebukes the claims by Jews who say 'only the children of Israel are the chosen people' or the Christians who say 'all non-Christians are demons' 

This verse is only explaining that we are all from God and God loves us all.
"Those who believe (in the Qur'an), those who follow the Jewish (scriptures), and the Sabians and the Christians,- any who believe in God and the Last Day, and work righteousness - on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve. " {Holy Qur'an 5:69} 

In conclusion, there are many more examples but this is to demonstrate that True Love is both equally given as well as taken. Let us love each other, stand together as partners, praying to God and enjoying the Love and guidance manifested in the Holy Qur'an. 
Sunday, 28 April 2013

Victoria Nailah Edwards Revert to islam

Victoria Nailah Edwards Revert to islam

Friday, 26 April 2013

Arnoud Van Doorn Revert to islam

“I have all faith in Allah to support me and to guide me through these moments," Doorn said. 

AMSTERDAM – A leading member in far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders’ party has reverted to Islam after an extensive study about the Islamic religion and Muslims.

“I can understand people are skeptic, especially that it is unexpected for many of them,” Arnoud Van Doorn told Al-Jazeera English satellite channel.

“This is a very big decision, which I have not taken lightly.”
The news about Doorn’s reversion first came to the surface last month when he tweeted “new beginning”.
He later posted a tweet in Arabic pronouncing the Shahadah (proclamation of faith).
The politician later announced that he reverted to Islam, giving no more information about the reasons behind the decision.

“In my own close circle people have known that I have been actively researching the Qur’an, Hadith, Sunnah and other writings for almost a year now,” he said.
“In addition, I have had numerous conversations with Muslims about the religion.”
Driven by his party’s anti-Islam discourse, Doorn decided to dig in for the truth about the religion himself.
“I have heard so many negative stories about Islam, but I am not a person who follows opinions of others without doing my own research,” he said.

“Therefore, I have actually started to deepen my knowledge of the Islam out of curiosity.
“My colleague Aboe Khoulani from the City Council in The Hague has brought me further into contact with the as-Soennah mosque, which has guided me even further.”
A member of the Dutch parliament and The Hague city council, Doorn’s name has long been associated with Wilders’ anti-Islam, far-right PVV party.

Wilders himself is known for his rants against Islam, Muslims and the Noble Qur’an.

New Beginning

Doorn’s decision to embrace Islam has won mixed reactions in the Netherlands.

“According to some people I am a traitor, but according to most others I have actually made a very good decision,” he told Aljazeera.

“The reactions are generally positive and I also received quite some support via twitter.
“It feels good that people who do not know me personally have understanding of my situation and support me in my choice.”

For the Dutch politician, finding Islam was finally guiding him to the true path in his life.
“I have made mistakes in life as many others. From these mistakes I have learned a lot,” Doorn said.
“And by my conversion to Islam I have the feeling that I finally found my path.

“I realize that this is a new start and that I still have much to learn as well.”
Departing from his earlier life as a PVV member, Doorn expects much resistance in his political life.
“The expectation is that I will continue to face much resistance, also from certain government institutions,” he said.

“I have all faith in Allah to support me and to guide me through these moments.”

أحد منتجي الفيلم المسيء للنبي يشهر إسلامه وتنهمر دموعه عند قبر الرسول

لم يدر في خلد عضو حزب الحرية اليميني الهولندي السابق أرنود فاندور أن يدخل الإسلام الحنيف، ويتوجه بعد ذلك لزيارة الحرمين الشريفين، خصوصًا أنه كان ينتمي للحزب الذي أسهم في إنتاج الفيلم المسيء لرسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم
وقد زار المسجد النبوى الشريف وعيناه تذرفان الدمع عند الروضة الشريفة وقبر النبى صلى الله عليه وسلم، وقال فاندور: أنه كان ينتمي لأشد الأحزاب تطرفا وعداء للدين الحنيف، مبينا أنه بعد أن شاهد ردود الأفعال ضد إنتاج فيلم 
الفتنة، بدأ في البحث عن حقيقة الإسلام ليجيب عن تساؤلاته حول سر حب المسلمين لدينهم ورسولهم الكريم

إن بكاء فاندور اشتد أثناء وقوفه أمام قبر الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم؛ حيث جال بخاطره حجم الخطأ الكبير الذى وقع فيه قبل أن يشرح الله صدره للإسلام
وقال فاندور"إن عملية البحث قادته لاكتشاف حجم الجرم الكبير الذي اقترفه حزبه السابق، وأنه بدأ في الانجذاب إلى الدين الإسلامي، وشرع في القراءة عنه بطريقة موسعة، والاقتراب من المسلمين في هولندا، حتى قرر اعتناق الدين الحنيف

كما زار جبل أحد، وقال: كم قرأت عن هذا المكان وهذه المعركة وكم أحببت أن أقف هنا اليوم، وهو شعور أجمل من القراءة 
والتقى فاندور إمامي المسجد النبوي الشريف الشيخ صلاح البدير، والشيخ علي الحذيفي، وأجرى حوارًا وديًّا معهما وتلقى منهما الكثير من الدعم والتوجيهات والنصائح التي تعينه في حياته المستقبلية، وتوجه فاندور إلى معرض المسجد النبوي الشريف واستمع إلى شرح مفصل عن مراحل التوسعة الكبرى للمسجد النبوي الشريف والتي أمر بها خادم الحرمين الشريفين

 وفي نهاية زيارته للمدينة المنورة متوجها لأداء العمرة قال فاندور: إن وداع المدينة المنورة أمر محزن، ولكن عزائي هو أنني ذاهب إلى مكة المكرمة لأداء العمرة، وسأعود لهذه البقاع الطاهرة مرة أخرى وفي وقت قريب

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Canadian Catholic Woman Choose Islam

Why Did a Canadian Catholic Woman Choose Islam?

Growing up, I was raised in a very devout Catholic household.

Without fail, my parents used to bring us to church every single Sunday, we used to practice and celebrate all the holidays, and the religious events. My parents would fast on Fridays.

I actually went to a Catholic school my entire life, so definitely very well-versed in the Catholic faith. But the one thing I will say is even just growing up I did know a lot about the faith, but I was never really brought to think about why I was particularly doing things, or you wouldn’t really think very deeply into theology particularly.

When I finished High School, and I started going to post-secondary education at college, university, that’s when I finally actually started thinking a little bit about my faith. Maybe it was the rebellious sense in all of us when we finally become somewhat independent, we want to be our own person, but definitely it was a little bit more than that.

I remember just going to school, and it was the first time in my life actually intermingling with people that were not of the same faith group, just because going to a Catholic school all my friends were Catholic, I was a good girl, I never really went out a ton, so I can’t say that I really had a lot of friends outside of my faith group. But when I actually went to college, university, I actually for the first time interacted and met Muslims as an example.

That kind of made me think of my faith in a greater sense. Like I remember just going to church and thinking – for the first time in my life – like we are not supposed to be worshipping idols, so why do we even have statues inside the church that people are praying towards?

Or if we were supposed to be praying to the One God, why are we praying to the Virgin Mary? Or why are we praying to other people and saints when God is the Creator of all things, and God is the All-Mighty?

In that sense, I just kind of raised a lot of questions or started thinking simply about Trinitarian issues, and the fact that if Jesus was praying, who was he praying to if he is God? Or why would he be in need particularly? A lot of these things no matter who I talked to wouldn’t have a great resolution, just to name a couple of other things. Like if God is Eternal, then how could God die?

I really could not just wrap my head around a lot of these issues, and the more research I did, the more I realized that a lot of these theological issues came after, and that the pure Christianity was actually Unitarian, but it was the later kind of editions that would change the faith to make it what we know it as today, particularly, meaning kind of a Pauline Christianity. But I won’t get into that.

So generally, at that point that was when I was questioning a little bit more, but I really didn’t have much of a solution, I just had questions. I started looking into agnosticism, just because I figured if Christianity is wrong, and all of these other religions are “polytheistic”, and I can’t really accept that, there are other polytheistic ways of thinking, I didn’t really want to be involved in any of these, and I really never found another monotheistic solution. But at the time, I was not really looking much into religion.

But then I got to a point when I actually got into a discussion about religion with some Muslims, when I was at school, and I really did not know much about their faith to be quite honest. I had all the stereotypical kind of ideas as to what Islam actually was: the fact that it was terrorist mongering and a violent faith, and they just want to convert everybody by the sword, or intolerant they just want to kill everybody that did not agree with them. Very shallow kind of ideas as to what this faith was.

But the more I started asking questions about it, the more I was finding myself strangely attracted to this religion, basically because of the fact that they believed in the existence of the One God, they believed in God’s Oneness, they believed in God’s eternity, Ever-Lastingness, but without all the mental confusion. It was basically belief was broken down into the fundamentals, and it was something that everyone would be able to digest without actually having to do any mental gymnastics.

So, long story short, I started looking a little bit further into Islam, not really wanting to particularly accept it as my religion, but still attracted to it nonetheless. I started taking religious studies course where I actually was able to look at Islam from an unbiased kind of scholarly perspective, and again I found myself kind of being attracted to it because of its rationality and the fact that Islam could meet kind of belief and science half way. It was rational, but it had proof at the same time, it wasn’t just asking you to believe without any questioning or proof whatsoever.

So then again, looking into the Quran I found the exact same thing. You know, Allah would command His servants to question, or think about things or ponder about things, and that was something that I definitely was not used to previously with the Bible, and something that was very attractive for me. Actually pondering and meditating about my religion it kind of gave me peace in my heart that I was really again becoming very attracted to, but again I wouldn’t accept Islam as my religion until I was entirely sure about it.

Reading more into the Quran, I was finally able to put Judaism and Christianity into perspective, particularly looking into the role of prophets. Jesus is seen in Islam as a prophet, and not being divine. And again if you look at the Bible from a Quranic perspective, you will see again all of these proofs in the Bible, the fact that Jesus peace be upon him, attests to the Oneness of God, and never anywhere in the Bible does he ever claim divinity. So reading into the Quran it was slowly kind of answering questions for me.

You know when I went bring up all of these horrible arguments I would see online to people of faith that were actually well-versed in their religion, I would always find some kind of resolution. Whenever I had a question about Islam I would always thought it would be kind of a breaking point, and this is the reason why I can’t particularly believe in this faith, but it always ended up being the contrary. Along my journey, I was probably looking into Islam for maybe about two years or so, and it was continuously the same thing where it was working for my benefit and not on the contrary. And basically whenever I would see all these negative comments online, or get all these negative comments from people or even myself argue with people, it would just bring me to gather more knowledge about the religion, and actually got me to a point where I was very comfortable, accepting Islam for what it was, but I still didn’t make that final step of affirming my faith.

And then I found just one very last final driving point that brought me to actually accepting Islam when I was actually very close to accepting Islam, I was doing an internship in Edmonton, I was at school at the time, this was coming to an end, and I was on my way back to Calgary, where I would actually be living with my older sister for the first time in many years, because she had actually been in Edmonton for university and I was in Calgary, it was the very first time I would be living with her in years.

And I just remember her one morning, it was actually in the middle of Ramadan, I wasn’t practicing or anything yet at that point, I was still looking into Islam, but I heard like some crazy rustling noises and business going on in the kitchen, and I was like was is this?

What is going on?

And it was really early in the morning, and then I found my sister in there eating a bowl of cereal, and like she had all this food around her. And I kind of questioned her as to what she’s doing. And I realized at that point that she was trying to attempt to fast, so everything kind of came together at once, and I realized that at the same time when I was looking into Islam my sister was also, even though we were separately living in completely different cities, and didn’t talk about religion whatsoever, and we were actually going through the exact same thing.

So that actually brought me to appoint where I was feeling more comfortable in my decision to potentially accept Islam, and my sister and I we ended up actually going to a lot of religious lectures and lesson together, and kind of furthering our knowledge together, and searching together. And we got to a point a few months later where we actually ended up attesting and affirming our faith in Islam together, and saying our Shahadah Al-Hamdulel-Allah.

And since then it has been about four years. Since then, my life has changed dramatically, for the better. Finally, as a person I feel so whole. You know, before Islam I would go to bed at night and I would honestly not be able to sleep, because I felt like I was purposeless, and I felt like extreme fear of what was going to happen to me. Am I just like this lump of flesh and I am just going to die and rot in the ground? I just really felt like unfulfilled and I felt like there was just no purpose for me.

But in my life now, I can say that every single moment of every day I feel like I’m accounting for it, and I actually have a purpose, and our purpose it to worship the Creator and devote our life to the Creator in the way that He has outlined in the Quran, very simply speaking.

Anyways, that’s my story. I’m going to keep it short, and leave it at that, but In-Shaa-Allah I hope any of you out there perhaps benefited from this story, and I hope to be of service to anybody with any questions about Islam whatsoever. I would love to kind of dispel any myths and use my knowledge I’ve gained in the past couple of years to maybe inspire you guys in some way or at least provide you with some knowledge or answer any of the questions that you’ve been burning to have answers to.

But for now, As-Salam o Alaikom
Monday, 15 April 2013

Doktor Kai Lühr und Nils Von Bergner Konvertiert zum Islam

Doktor Kai Lühr und Nils Von Bergner Konvertiert zum Islam

Doktor Kai Lühr

 Nils Von Bergner

Friday, 12 April 2013

Do the teachings of Islam encourage terrorism ?!

Do the teachings of Islam encourage terrorism ?!

Quick Noble Verses that refute the terrorism LIE in Islam:

"Fight in the cause of God those who fight you, but do not transgress limits; for God loveth not transgressors.  (The Noble Quran, 2:190)"

"But if the enemy incline towards peace, do thou (also) incline towards peace, and trust in God: for He is One that heareth and knoweth (all things).  (The Noble Quran, 8:61)"

"If thou dost stretch thy hand against me, to slay me, it is not for me to stretch my hand against thee to slay thee: for I do fear God, the cherisher of the worlds.  (The Noble Quran, 5:28)"

"God does not forbid you from showing kindness and dealing justly with those who have not fought you about religion and have not driven you out of your homes. God loves just dealers.  (The Noble Quran, 60:8)"

"And fight them until persecution is no more, and religion is for God.  But if they desist, then let there be no hostility except against wrongdoers.  (The Noble Quran 2:193)"

"Let there be no compulsion in religion:  Truth stands out clear from error:  whoever rejects evil and believes in Allah hath grasped the most trustworthy handhold, that never breaks.  And Allah heareth and knoweth all things.  (The Noble Quran, 2:256)"

"Again and again will those who disbelieve, wish that they had bowed (to God's will) in Islam.   Leave them alone, to enjoy (the good things of this life) and to please themselves: let (false) hope amuse them: soon will knowledge (undeceive them).  (The Noble Quran, 15:2-3)"

"Say, 'The truth is from your Lord': Let him who will believe, and let him who will, reject (it):......(The Noble Quran, 18:29)"

"If it had been thy Lord's will, they would all have believed,- all who are on earth! wilt thou then COMPEL mankind, against their will, to believe!  (The Noble Quran, 10:99)"

"Say: 'Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger: but if ye turn away, he is only responsible for the duty placed on him and ye for that placed on you.   If ye obey him, ye shall be on right guidance.  The Messenger's duty is only to preach the clear (Message).  (The Noble Quran, 24:54)"

"Say : O ye that reject Faith!  I worship not that which ye worship, Nor will ye worship that which I worship.  And I will not worship that which ye have been wont to worship, Nor will ye worship that which I worship.  To you be your Way, and to me mine.  (The Noble Quran, 109:1-6)"

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Sunday, 27 January 2013

Lost your Job ? Do not Lose Hope !

As world markets suffer from the ongoing global financial crisis
and housing markets slump, as jobs are lost and unemployment rates rise
high, as businesses close down and people dont have a source of income,
you worry.

You worry about the growing global recession and its challenges. And you worry about your family, your kids, how to provide for them, how to put food on the table, how to pay the bills ?!

In times such as these, this is a reminder for my brothers and sisters, as the reminder always benefits the believers.
"But remind, theReminder will benefit the believers."
(Surah adh-Dhaariyaat verse  55)


1. Always Remember that nothing happens except by the will and decree of Allaah.

Belief in al-qadar (the Divine decree) is one of the pillars of our Imaan, and no ones faith is complete without it. So if you lost your job, it was by the Will and Decree of Allaah. 

Allaah says:

“No calamity befalls on the earth or in yourselves but it is inscribed in
the Book of Decrees (al-Lawh al-Mahfooz) before We bring it into
existence. Verily, that is easy for Allaah” (al-Hadeed:22)

Also the Prophet (PBUH) said:-

 "Know that what has passed you by was not going to befall you, and that what
has befallen you was not going to pass you by. And know that victory
comes with patience, relief with affliction, and ease with hardship."


2. It is Allaah that provides for you and NOT your employer;

Remember that Allaah is al-Razzaaq (the Provider) and the Best of those who provide.
It was Allaah who was providing you before you lost your job and it is
still He that will provide you after you lost it.
The one who fed you when you were in your mother womb will also feed you when you are an adult. And it was not you who was putting food on the table for your family. Rather it was Allaah using you as a means to provide for them.

"Except for Allah, is there any other Creator whoprovides for you out of heaven and earth ? There is no god except He. Where then do you turn?" (Surah Faatir:3)

3. Know that your provision was written for you before you were even born:

Allaah had sent an angel to write down your provision for you when you
were just a few days old in your mothers womb, and you will get it, no
matter what.

"(the angel) says, ‘O Lord, male or female? Doomed or blessed? What is his
provision? What is his lifespan?’ And that is written in his mother’s
womb.” (Bukhaari)

There is nothing that can take your provision away. And you will not die until you have had your full provision. The Prophet (PBUH) said:

“The Holy Spirit (Jibreel) has inspired to me that no soul will die until it has completed its appointed term and received its provision in full, so fear Allaah and do not be desperate in seeking provision, and no one of you should be tempted to seek provision by means of committing sin if
it is slow in coming to him, for that which is with Allaah can only be
attained by obeying Him.” (Saheeh al-Jaami, 2085) 

4. It is a test for you from Allaah:

Remember that disasters and calamities are a test of a believer’s patience. And so He will test you to see how strong you are and how you will react to His test. And
know if Allaah loves a person, He tests him. 

"We shalltest you with something of fear and hunger, and decrease of goods, life and fruits. Give glad tidings to the patient."

5. Surely, it is a means of expiation of your sins:

Calamities are a means of expiation of sin and raising ones status.

The Prophet (PBUh) said: 

“There is nothing that befalls a believer, not even a thorn that pricks him,
but Allaah will record one good deed for him and will remove one bad
deed from him.” (Muslim). 

And he said: “Trials will continue to befall the believing man and woman, with regard to
themselves, their children and their wealth, until they meet Allaah with no sin on them.”
(Tirmidhi, saheeh by al-Albaani)

1. Have tawakkul on Allaah

Always think to yourself...Allaah wouldnt decree something for me unless it was good for me. Have faith in Allaah's Words....

"But you may hate a thing although it is good for you, and may love a thing
although it is evil for you. Allah knows, and you do not." (Baqarah:216)

The Prophet (sal Allaahu Alaiyhi wa sallam) said:

 “If you put your trust in Allaah in the true sense, He will grant your
provision as He grants to the birds, who go out in the morning hungry
and come back full.” (Ahmad, Ibn Maajah and al-Tirmidhi).

2. Be patient

Remember that with every difficulty comes ease and with hardship comes relief.

“How wonderful is the affair of the believer, for all his affairs are good
and this does not apply to anyone except the believer. If something good happens to him he is grateful, and that is good for him, and if
something bad happens to him he is patient, and that is good for him.” (Muslim).

3. Review your life and make LOTS of Istighfaar

Look at your life. Is there something that you need to improve on? Is there
something that you need to give up? Is there anything that may be a
cause of Allaah's warning or punishment to you?

“And whatever of misfortune befalls you, it is because of what your hands have earned” [al-Shoora:30]

“A man may be deprived of provision by a sin that he commits.” 
(Ibn Maajah-saheeh by al-Albaani)

If there is such a thing, NOW is the time to fix yourself. Ask Allaah sincerely to forgive you and He will. There is no doubt in that.For He is al-Ghafoor, ar-Raheem.

‘Ask forgiveness from your Lord, verily, He is Oft‑Forgiving. He will send
rain to you in abundance, and give you increase in wealth and children,
and bestow on you gardens and bestow on you rivers.’”[Nooh 71:10-12]

Fear Allaah and obey Him as much as you can:

Obedience is the key to the Mercy of Allaah and fearing Him (taqwa) is a means to attain all success.

Allaah says:

“And whosoever fears Allaah and keeps his duty to Him, He will make a way
for him to get out (from every difficulty). And He will provide him from (sources) he never could imagine. And whosoever puts his trust in
Allaah, then He will suffice him. Verily, Allaah will accomplish his
purpose. Indeed Allaah has set a measure for all things” [al-Talaaq:2-3] 

Make duaa and do lots of good deeds

Never forget that Dua is the weapon of the believer. Pray to Allaah with the attitude of certainty and He will surely respond. Do a lot of acts of worship, such as reading Quraan, fasting, giving
charity, etc. This will get rid of your worry and anxiety, and give
you happiness, peace of mind and success in this dunya as well as in the Hereafter.

“Whoever works righteousness — whether male or female — while he (or she) is a
true believer; verily, to him We will give a good life (in this world
with respect, contentment and lawful provision), and We shall pay them
certainly a reward in proportion to the best of what they used to do
(i.e. Paradise in the Hereafter)” (al-Nahl:97)

Also, worship at times of hardship and tribulation has a special sweetness to it and a great reward.

The Prophet (sal Allaahu Alayhi wa sallam) said: “Worshipping at times of tribulation and confusion is like migrating to join me.” (Muslim)

Uphold ties of kinship

If there are any family members that you have cut off from or are not on
speaking terms, etc., correct that and ask them for forgiveness, even if it was not your fault.

Because the Prophet (sal Allaahu Alayhi wa sallam) said:  “Whoever would like his provision to be increased and his life span to be extended, let him uphold the ties of kinship.”

Do your best to seek Halaal earnings ?

Work hard to find a means of living for your family, while relying on Allaah. That is a responsibility placed upon you by Him.

Imam Ahmad was asked about a man who sat in his house or in the masjid and
said, “I will not do anything until my rizq comes to me.” He said, “This is a man who has no knowledge. 

"Strive to do that which will benefit you and seek the help of Allaah, and do not feel helpless." (Muslim). 

BUT, do not lose sight of the Aakhirah

However, do realize that this world is only temporary and the REAL life is that
of the Hereafter. This world should not be the main concern of the
Muslim, rather our focus should be on what we do for the Aakhirah.

The Prophet (sal Allaahu Alayhi wa sallam) said:

 “Whoever is mainly concerned about the Hereafter, Allaah will make him feel
independent of others and will make him focused and content, and his
worldly affairs will fall into place. But whoever is mainly concerned
with this world, Allaah will make him feel in constant need of others
and will make him distracted and unfocused, and he will get nothing of
this world except what is decreed for him.” 

(Tirmidhi- saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami). 

Thursday, 24 January 2013

Extremism or Adherence to Religion?


Allaah blessed me with a righteous wife; she is knowledgeable and very concerned about her religious matters, however she goes to extremes in religion to the extent that she makes me sick of life. Please advise me regarding what I should do with her.
 May Allaah reward you.


All perfect praise be to Allaah, The Lord of the Worlds. I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allaah, and that Muhammad Peace be upon him is His slave and Messenger.

You should thank Allaah The Almighty that He granted you a religious wife because a righteous wife is a comfort of the eyes of the husband and helps him obey Allaah The Almighty, carry out his duties, and bring up the children.
It was narrated on the authority of ‘Abdullaah ibn ‘Amr  (RAA) that the Prophet (Pbuh), said: 

"This worldly life is a passing pleasure, and the best pleasure of this worldly life is a righteous wife."

 [Muslim, An-Nasaa’i, and Ibn Maajah]
You have to fear Allaah The Almighty regarding her.
If going to extremes in religion means that she adheres to the teachings of Islam such as wearing Hijaab (Islamic covering), not intermixing with non-Mahram (marriageable) men, and not shaking hands with them, this is not called extremism. This is adherence to Islam and carrying out the Sharee‘ah (Islamic legislation) of Allaah – a praiseworthy matter for which she is not to be reproached and you should be happy with it. Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): 

{It is not for a believing man or a believing woman, when Allaah and His Messenger have decided a matter, that they should [thereafter] have any choice about their affair. And whoever disobeys Allaah and His Messenger has certainly strayed into clear error.}

 [Quran 33:38] 

If you mean that she is really an extremist and exaggerating matters, or that she neglects your rights and the rights of your house and children by performing too many prayers, fasting, night prayers, and keeping herself busy with seeking knowledge in a way that negatively affects her marital duties, she should be advised to carry out her duties. You have to be patient with her and instruct her kindly. It would be preferable if you mentioned the activities that you think are religious extremism to see if they are extremism or not. 

Allaah Knows best.

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