Importance of Youth’s Emaan

Do you think anyone will offer you job after 50 yrs???


No !


Can you join any Army after 40 yrs??


Certainly Not !



Because every employer needs the Talent of YOUTH !!!


If a human can expect this much…Why not Allah can expect..


And Verily He has the full rights on us as He is our Creator…


Allah expects us to be Pious and Righteous at young age…


He Loves the Ibadah [Right Deeds] of Youth…


and Allah promises 7 types of people who will be under the shade of Harsh [Allah’s Throne] during Qiyamah [End of the Earth]; where there will be no shade from the scorching sun…

Amongst them are the Young people who Do Right Deeds when they are young and energetic..


Young people are busy with their work..job…responsibilities..Yet if they take time to remember Allah…Then Allah becomes pleased with them…


And if He wills; He will definitely Reward them…For Allah says..He is most Merciful and Most Beneficent..


Letz not waste our Youth and energy….


Try to utilize it to the best for Allah’s Cause..


May Allah bless us all…Ameen 🙂


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Seven Habits of Highly Successful Muslim Youth

Seven Habits of Highly Successful Muslim Youth

1.Be Truthful
The beloved of Allah, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), said, as narrated by `Abdullah (may Allah be pleased with him),
Truthfulness leads to righteousness, and righteousness leads to Paradise. And a man keeps on telling the truth until he becomes a truthful person. Falsehood leads to al-fujur [wickedness, evil-doing], and al-fujur leads to the (Hell) Fire, and a man may keep on telling lies till he is witten before Allah, a liar.” (Sahih Bukhari, Book #73, Hadith #116)

2.Be Trustworthy
[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 hand-hold, that never breaks. And Allah Heareth and Knoweth all things.] (Al-Baqarah 2:256)

3.Have Self-Restraint and Be God-Conscious
[And no one will be granted such goodness except those who exercise patience and self-restraint, — none but persons of the greatest good fortune.] (Fussilat 41:5)

4.Be Thorough
“Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, ‘I was sent to perfect good character’” (Book #47, Hadith #47.1.8).

5.Be Focused
One thousand ideas go through your head the moment you stand up for prayer. Is that you? Really? What do you make of those ideas? Do you process them? What about when you are sitting in class?
[those who humble themselves in their prayers] (Al-Mu’minun 23:2)

6.Be Punctual
`Abdullah (may Allah be pleased with him) asked “which deed is the dearest to Allah?” the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) replied, “To offer the prayers at their early stated fixed times” (Sahih Bukhari, Book #10, Hadith #505).

7.Be Consistent
Mother of the Believers `A’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) narrates that “the most beloved action to Allah’s Apostle was that which is done continuously and regularly” (Sahih Bukhari, Book #76, Hadith #469).

Some facts about our Space !

1. Initially some Scientist thought that there is one planet between mercury and sun.

2. Mercury is very near to sun having tempetature of about 1200 – 600 ‘ c.

3. It is the only planet in the universe without atmosphere.

4. Venus ,one of the smallest planet having Albedo 0f 80%.

5. Venus has an extremely dense atmosphere, which consists mainly of carbon dioxide and a small amount of nitrogen. The atmospheric mass is 93 times that of Earth’s atmosphere while the pressure at the planet’s surface is about 92 times that at Earth’s surface—a pressure equivalent to that at a depth of nearly 1 kilometer under Earth’s oceans. The density at the surface is 65 kg/m³ (6.5% that of water). The enormously CO2-rich atmosphere, along with thick clouds of sulfur dioxide, generates the strongest greenhouse effect in the solar system, creating surface temperatures of over 460 °C.

6. Earth , only here , life is possible having a surface temperature of about 65’c.

7. Earth has 21% land surface and 79% water.

8. Mars , the red planet so called because of excess of iron deposit.Much of the surface is deeply covered by a fine iron(III) oxide dust that has the consistency of talcum powder.

9. Mars has approximately half the radius of Earth and only one-tenth the mass, being less dense, but its surface area is only slightly less than the total area of Earth’s dry land.Its surface temperature is only 36’c which will be more hot like 65’c because of iron.

10.Much larger quantities of water are thought to be trapped underneath Mars’s thick cryosphere, only to be released when the crust is cracked through volcanic action.The atmosphere on Mars consists of 95% carbon dioxide, 3% nitrogen, 1.6% argon, and contains traces of oxygen and water.The atmosphere is quite dusty, containing particulates about 1.5 µm in diameter which give the Martian sky a tawny color when seen from the surface.

11.Mars has two tiny natural moons, Phobos and Deimos, which orbit very close to the planet and are thought to be captured asteroids.But Mercury and Venus

doesn’t have natural moons.On August 27, 2003, at 9:51:13 UT, Mars made its closest approach to Earth in nearly 60,000 years: 55,758,006 km (0.372719 AU).

12.Mercury , Venus , Earth and Mars are so called inner planets of this universe.

13.The remaining other are called outer planets.

14.Between Mars ans Jupiter is the Asteriod belt formed because of high gravity between those two planets.

15.The largest asteriod is Cerus which is revolving sun , takes almost 4 1/2 years to complete one rotaion.

16.Jupiter is the largest planet of our universe having almost 64 moons.

17.Upper atmosphere is composed of about 88-92% hydrogen and 8-12% helium by percent volume or fraction of gas molecules .

18.Trace amounts of methane, water vapor, ammonia, and silicon-based compounds. There are also traces of carbon, ethane, hydrogen sulfide, neon, oxygen, phosphine, and sulphur in its atmosphere.

19.Its poular four moons are Callisto,Ganymede,Io,Europa discovered by Gallileo.

20.Callisto is the outermost of teh four gallilean moons having a Thin atmosphere composed of carbon dioxide and probably molecular oxygen, as well as by a rather intense ionosphere.

22.Callisto is not tidaly heated.

23.Ganymede is the largest natural satellite in the universe.

24. It is larger in diameter than the planet Mercury but has only about half its mass.

25.Both Callisto ,Ganymede,Io,Europa – name suggested by astronomer Simon Marius.

26.Ganymede is tidally locked, with one face always pointing toward the planet.

27.Water ice seems to be ubiquitous on the surface, with a mass fraction of 50–90%.

28.Ganymede has carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide and, possibly, cyanogen, hydrogen sulfate and various organic compounds.

29.Io is the innermost of the four gallilean moons and is the fourth largest moon in the universe.

30. Io’s main source of internal heat comes from tidal dissipation rather than radioactive isotope decay.

31.surface compostition – silicates (such as orthopyroxene), sulfur, and sulfur dioxide.

32. Sulfur dioxide frost is ubiquitous across the surface of Io, forming large regions covered in white or grey materials.

33.Explosive volcanism, often taking the form of umbrella-shaped plumes, paints the surface with sulfurous and silicate materials of Io.

34.The tidal heating produced by Io’s forced orbital eccentricity has led the moon to become one of the most volcanically active worlds in the solar system, with hundreds of volcanic centers and extensive lava flows.

35.The tidal heating produced by Io’s forced orbital eccentricity has led the moon to become one of the most volcanically active worlds in the solar system, with hundreds of volcanic centers and extensive lava flows. During a major eruption, lava flows tens or even hundreds of kilometers long can be produced, consisting mostly of basalt silicate lavas with either mafic or ultramafic (magnesium-rich) compositions.

36.Io has an extremely thin atmosphere consisting mainly of sulfur dioxide (SO2) with a pressure of a billionth of an atmosphere.

37.Europa is tidally locked to Jupiter, with one hemisphere of the satellite constantly facing the planet. Research suggests the tidal locking may not be full, as a non-synchronous rotation has been proposed: Europa spins faster than it orbits, or at least did so in the past.

38.It has an outer layer of water thought to be around 100 km (62 mi) thick; some as frozen-ice upper crust, some as liquid ocean underneath the ice. Recent magnetic field data from the Galileo orbiter showed that Europa has an induced magnetic field through interaction with Jupiter’s, which suggests the presence of a subsurface conductive layer. The layer is likely a salty liquid water ocean.

39.Europa has a tenuous atmosphere composed mostly of molecular oxygen (O2).

40.It has been suggested that life may exist in Europa’s under-ice ocean, perhaps subsisting in an environment similar to Earth’s deep-ocean hydrothermal vents or the Antarctic Lake Vostok.[51] Life in such an ocean could possibly be similar to microbial life on Earth in the deep ocean.

41.Saturn is the second largest planet in the universe.

42. Sixty known moons orbit the planet. Titan, Saturn’s largest and the Solar System’s second largest moon (after Jupiter’s Ganymede), is larger than the planet Mercury and is the only moon in the Solar System to possess a significant atmosphere.

43.The outer atmosphere of Saturn consists of about 93.2% molecular hydrogen and 6.7% helium. Trace amounts of ammonia, acetylene, ethane, phosphine, and methane have also been detected. The upper clouds on Saturn are composed of ammonia crystals, while the lower level clouds appear to be composed of either ammonium hydrosulfide (NH4SH) or water. The atmosphere of Saturn is significantly deficient in helium relative to the abundance of the elements in the Sun.

44.The rings were first observed by Galileo Galilei in 1610 with his telescope, but he was unable to identify them as such.

45. One theory, originally proposed by Édouard Roche in the 19th century, is that the rings were once a moon of Saturn whose orbit decayed until it came close enough to be ripped apart by tidal forces.

46. largest gaps in the rings, such as the Cassini Division and Encke Gap, can be seen from Earth, both Voyager spacecraft discovered that the rings have an intricate structure of thousands of thin gaps and ringlets.

47.Until 1980, the structure of the rings of Saturn was explained exclusively as the action of gravitational forces. The Voyager spacecraft found radial features in the B ring, called spokes, which could not be explained in this manner, as their persistence and rotation around the rings were not consistent with orbital mechanics.

48.Saturn’s major moons – Titan,Mimas,Enceladus,Tethys,Dione,Rhea,Lapetus.

49.Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun and the third-largest and fourth-most massive planet in the solar system. Uranus was the first planet discovered after 1700.Sir William Herschel announced its discovery on March 13, 1781, expanding the known boundaries of the solar system for the first time in modern history. This was also the first discovery of a planet made using a telescope.

50.Uranus revolves around the Sun once every 84 Earth years. Its average distance from the Sun is roughly 3 billion km (about 20 AU). The intensity of sunlight on Uranus is about 1/400 that of Earth.[39] Its orbital elements were first calculated in 1783 by Pierre-Simon Laplace.

51.Uranus’ mass is roughly 14.5 times that of the Earth, making it the least massive of the giant planets, while its density of 1.27 g/cm³ makes it the second least dense planet, after Saturn.[5] Though having a diameter slightly larger than Neptune (roughly four times Earth’s), it is less massive.

52.Uranus’ internal heat appears markedly lower than that of the other giant planets; in astronomical terms, it has a low thermal flux. Why Uranus’ internal temperature is so low is still not understood.

53.The composition of the Uranian atmosphere is different from the composition of Uranus as a whole, consisting as it does mainly of molecular hydrogen and helium.

54.Uranus has a complicated planetary ring system, which was the second such system to be discovered in the Solar System after Saturn’s. The rings composed of extremely dark particles, which vary in size from micrometers to a fraction of meter.[14] Thirteen distinct rings are presently known, the brightest being the ε ring. All rings of Uranus (except two) are extremely narrow—they are usually a few km wide. The rings are probably quite young; the dynamics considerations indicate that they did not form with Uranus.

55.Uranus has 27 known natural satellites. The names for these satellites are chosen from characters from the works of Shakespeare and Alexander Pope. The five main satellites are Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania and Oberon.

56.Neptuneis the eighth and farthest planet from the Sun in the Solar System. It is the fourth largest planet by diameter, and the third largest by mass,and the other blue-green planet of our universe.Neptuneis 17 times the mass of Earth and is slightly more massive than its near-twin Uranus, which is 15 Earth masses and less dense. The planet is named after the Roman god of the sea. Its astronomical symbol is , a stylized version of the god Neptune’s trident.

57.Shortly after its discovery,Neptunewas referred to simply as “the planet exterior to Uranus” or as “Le Verrier’s planet”. The first suggestion for a name came fromGalle, who proposed the name Janus. InEngland, Challis put forward the name Oceanus.

58.Neptune’s internal structure resembles that of Uranus. Its atmosphere forms about 5–10% of its mass and extends perhaps 10–20% of the way towards the core, where it reaches pressures of about 10 GPa. Increasing concentrations of methane, ammonia, and water are found in the lower regions of the atmosphere.

59.At high altitudes, Neptune’s atmosphere is 80% hydrogen and 19% helium.the clouds may consist of ammonia, ammonium sulfide, hydrogen sulfide and water.The stratosphere is also home to trace amounts of carbon monoxide and hydrogen cyanide.The stratosphere ofNeptuneis warmer than that of Uranus due to elevated concentration of hydrocarbons.

60.Neptunehas a planetary ring system, though one much less substantial than that of Saturn. The rings may consist of ice particles coated with silicates or carbon-based material, which most likely gives them a reddish hue. In addition to the narrow Adams Ring, 63,000 km from the centre ofNeptune, the Leverrier Ring is at 53,000 km and the broader, fainter Galle Ring is at 42,000 km. A faint outward extension to the Leverrier Ring has been named Lassell; it is bounded at its outer edge by the Arago Ring at 57,000 km.

61.The outermost ring, Adams, contains five prominent arcs now named Courage, Liberté, Egalité 1, Egalité 2, and Fraternité (Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity). The existence of arcs was difficult to explain because the laws of motion would predict that arcs would spread out into a uniform ring over very short timescales. Astronomers now believe that the arcs are corralled into their current form by the gravitational effects of Galatea, a moon just inward from the ring.

62.Neptune’s more varied weather when compared to Uranus is believed to be due in part to its higher internal heat. AlthoughNeptunelies half again as far from the Sun as Uranus, and receives only 40% its amount of sunlight, the two planets’ surface temperatures are roughly equal.Its temperature = -221.4’c.

63.Neptunehas 13 known moons. The largest by far, comprising more than 99.5 percent of the mass in orbit around Neptune and the only one massive enough to be spheroidal, is Triton, discovered by William Lassell just 17 days after the discovery ofNeptuneitself.

64.Neptune’s second known satellite (by order of discovery), the irregular moon Nereid, has one of the most eccentric orbits of any satellite in the solar system. Neptune’s innermost four moons, Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, and Galatea, orbit close enough to be withinNeptune’s rings.

65.Pluto is the second-largest known dwarf planet in the Solar System (after Eris) and the tenth-largest body observed directly orbiting the Sun. Originally classified as a planet, Pluto is now considered the largest member of a distinct region called the Kuiper belt.

66.The name Pluto was first suggested by Venetia Burney (later Venetia Phair), an eleven-year-old schoolgirl inOxford,England.Venetiawas interested in classical mythology as well as astronomy, and considered the name, one of the alternate names of Hades, the Greek god of the Underworld, appropriate for such a presumably dark and cold world.

67.Pluto’s atmosphere consists of a thin envelope of nitrogen, methane, and carbon monoxide, derived from the ices on its surface. As Pluto moves away from the Sun, its atmosphere gradually freezes and falls to the ground. As it edges closer to the Sun, the temperature of Pluto’s solid surface increases, causing the ices to sublimate into gas. This creates an anti-greenhouse effect; much like sweat cools the body as it evaporates from the surface of the skin, this sublimation has a cooling effect on the surface of Pluto.

68.Pluto has three known natural satellites: Charon, first identified in 1978 by astronomer James Christy; and two smaller moons, Nix and Hydra, both discovered in 2005.The Plutonian moons are unusually close to Pluto, compared to other observed systems. Moons could potentially orbit Pluto up to 53% (or 69%, if retrograde) of the Hill sphere radius, the stable gravitational zone of Pluto’s influence.

69.Beginning in 1992, astronomers began to discover a large population of small icy objects beyondNeptunethat were similar to Pluto not only in orbit but also in size and composition. This belt, known as the Kuiper belt after one of the astronomers who first speculated on the nature of a trans-Neptunian population, is believed to be the source of many short-period comets. Astronomers now believe Pluto to be the largest of the known Kuiper belt objects (KBOs). Like other KBOs, Pluto shares features with comets; for example, the solar wind is gradually blowing Pluto’s surface into space, in the manner of a comet. If Pluto were placed as near to the Sun as Earth, it would develop a tail, as comets do.

70.On September 13, 2006, the IAU included Pluto, Eris, and the Eridian moon Dysnomia in their Minor Planet Catalogue, giving them the official minor planet designations “(134340) Pluto”, “(136199) Eris”, and “(136199) Eris I Dysnomia”. If Pluto had been given a minor planet name upon its discovery, the number would have been a little over a thousand rather than over 100,000. The first minor planet to be found after Pluto was 1164 Kobolda, a month later.In January 2007, the American Dialect Society chose “plutoed” as its 2006 Word of the Year, defining “to pluto” as “to demote or devalue someone or something”, “as happened to the former planet Pluto when the General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union decided Pluto no longer met its definition of a planet.”

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Pointers on Choosing Marriage Partners

Pointers on Choosing Marriage Partners
By Rabi’ah Hakeem

In light of the experience of the past years, it is time to take stock
and try to halt the ever-mounting tide of divorces among Muslims. It
is not unusual today to find Muslim women (and even an occasional
Muslim man) who, by the time they are 30 or 35, have been married
three or four times, their children suffering again and again through
the trauma of fatherless and broken homes. Accordingly, we may list a
few essential points to be considered by both brothers and sisters in
the process of choosing a partner in life (although the masculine
pronoun has been used throughout for the sake of simplicity, the
following is generally equally applicable to both men and women).

1. Du’a. Unceasingly ask help and guidance from Allah, Most High, in
the matter of finding and choosing a mate. As often as you feel it
necessary, pray Salaah al-Istikhara, Islam’s special prayer for
guidance, in order to reach a suitable decision.

2. Consult your heart. Listen to what your inner voice, the ‘radar’
which Allah has given you to guide you, tells you about the
prospective partner. It is likely to be more correct than your mind,
which often plays tricks and can rationalise almost any- thing. For
many people, first impressions are often the most accurate.

3. Enquire. Find out the reason why this man wants to marry you. Is he
interested in you as an individual or will just any person do? Why is
he not doing the logical thing, that is, to marry someone from his
culture? If there is evidence that the primary reason for this
marriage, despite claims to the contrary, is for convenience
(greencard, money, property, etc.), forget it. This spells trouble.

4. Get to know your prospective partner, within the limits of what is
permissible in Islam, before deciding on marriage. Just ‘ seeing’
someone once or twice in the company of others, who may be anxious for
this marriage to take place, is simply not enough under today’s
conditions, where two per- sons of totally dis-similar backgrounds are
meeting each other without the safeguards of families. Without
violating Islam’s prohibition about being alone, try to understand his
nature, what makes him tick, his temperament, what he might be like to
live with.

5. Talk to several people who know your  prospective partner, not just
one, or have someone whom you can trust do this for you. Ask about him
from various people, not just from his friends because they may
conceal facts to do him a favour. And ask not only about his
background, career, Islamicity, etc., but about such crucial matters
as whether he gets angry easily; what he does when he is ‘mad’;
whether he is patient, polite, considerate; how he gets along with
people; how he relates to the opposite sex; what sort of relationship
he has with his mother and father; whether he is fond of children;
what his personal habits are, etc. And find out about his plans for
the future from people who know him. Do they coincide with what he has
told you? Go into as much detail as possible. Check out his plans for
the future – where you will live and what your lifestyle will be, his
attitudes toward money and possessions and the like. If you can’t get
answers to such crucial questions from people who know him, ask him
yourself and try to make sure he is not just saying what he knows you
want to hear. Too many people will make all kinds of promises before
marriages in order to secure the partner they want but afterwards
forget that they ever made them, (this naturally applies equally to
women as to men).

6. Find out about his family, his relations with his parents, brothers
and sisters. What will his obligations be to them in the future? How
will this affect where and under what conditions you will live? What
are the character and temperament of each of his parents? Will they
live with you or you with them? And are they pleased with his
prospective marriage to you or not? Although it may not be the case in
most Western marriages, among Muslims such issues are often crucial to
the success or failure of a marriage, and answers to these questions
need to be satisfactory to ensure a peaceful married life.

7. Understand each other’s expectations. Try to get a sense of your
prospective partner’s under- standing of the marriage relationship,
how he will behave in various situations, and what he wants of you as
his spouse. These are issues which should be discussed clearly and
unambiguously as the negotiations progress, not left to become sources
of disharmony after the marriage because they were never brought up
beforehand. If you are too shy to ask certain questions, have a person
you trust do it for you. At an advanced stage of the negotiations,
such a discussion should include such matters as birth control, when
children are to be expected, how they are to be raised, how he feels
about helping with housework and with the children’s upbringing,
whether or not you may go to school or work, relations with his family
and yours, and other vital issues.

8. See him interacting with others in various situations. The more
varied conditions under which you are able to observe your prospective
partner, the more clues you will have as to his mode of dealing with
people and circumstances.

9. Find out what his understanding of Islam is and whether it is
compatible with your own. This is a very important matter. Is he
expecting you to do many things which you have not done up to this
point? If he emphasises ” Haraams”, especially if you are a new
Muslimah, and seems unable to tolerate your viewpoint, chances are
your marriage will be in trouble unless you are flexible enough to
accommodate yourself to his point of view and possibly a very
restrictive lifestyle. Let him spell out to you clearly how he intends
to practise Islam and how he wants you to practise it as his wife so
there will be no misunderstandings later.

10. Don’t be in a hurry. So many marriages have broken because the
partners are in such haste that they don’t take time to make such
vital checks as the ones outlined above and rush into things. Shocking
as it may seem, marriages between Muslims which are contracted and
then broken within a week or a month or a year have become common
place occurrences  among us. Don’t add yourself to the list of
marriage casualties because you couldn’t take time or were too
desperate for marriage to find out about or get to know the person
with whom you plan to spend the rest of your life.

11. Ask yourself, Do I want this man/woman to be the father/mother of
my children? If it doesn’t feel just right to you, think it over
again. Remember, marriage is not just for today or tomorrow but for
life, and for the primary purpose of building a family. If the person
in question doesn’t seem like the sort who would make a good parent,
you are likely to find yourself struggling to raise your children
without any help from him or her – or even with negative input – in
the future.

12. Never allow yourself to be pressured or talked into a marriage.
Your heart must feel good about it, not someone else’s. Again,
allegations of “Islamicity” – he is pious, has a beard, frequents the
Masjid, knows about Islam; she wears Hijab, does not talk to men- are
not necessarily guarantees of a good partner for you or of a good
marriage, but are only a part of a total picture. If an individual
practises the Sunnah only in relation to worship or externals, chances
are he /she has not really  understood and is not really living Islam.
Possessing the affection and Rahmah (mercy) which Islam enjoins
between marriage partners is vital for a successful relationship, and
these are the important traits to be looked for in a prospective

13. Never consent to engaging in a marriage for a fixed period or in
exchange for a sum of money. (Mut’a marriage). Such marriages are
expressly forbidden in Islam and entering into them is a sinful act,
as marriage must be entered into with a clear intention of it being
permanent, for life, not for a limited and fixed duration.

If these guidelines are followed, Insha’ Allah the chances of making a
mistake which may mar the remainder of your life may be minimised.

Choosing a marriage partner is a most serious matter, perhaps the most
serious decision you will ever make in your life since your partner
can cause you either to be successful or to fail miserably, in the
tests of this life and, consequently, in the Here- after. This
decision needs to be made with utmost care and caution, repeatedly
seeking guidance from your Lord.

If everything checks out favourable, well and good, best wishes for
happiness together here and in the Hereafter. If not, better drop the
matter and wait. Allah your Lord knows all about you, His servant, and
has planned your destiny and your partner for you. Be sure that He
will bring you together when the time is right. As the Qur’an enjoins,
you must be patient until He opens a way for you, and for your part
you should actively explore various marriage leads and possibilities.

Two words addressed to brothers arc In order here. If you are marrying
or have married a recent convert to Islam, you must be very patient
and supportive with her. Remember, Islam is new to her, and chances
are that she will not be able to take on the whole of the Shari’ah at
once – nor does Islam require this, if you look at the history of
early Islam. In your wife ‘s efforts to conform herself to her new
faith and culture, she needs time and a great deal of support, love,
help and understanding from you, free of interference from outsiders.
It is best to let her make changes at her own speed when her inner
being is ready for them rather than demanding that she do this or
that, even if it means that some time will elapse before she is ready
to follow certain Islamic injunctions. If the changes come from within
herself, they are likely to be sincere and permanent; otherwise, if
she makes changes because of pressure from you or from others, she may
always be unhappy with the situation and may look for ways out of it.
You can help her by being consistent in your own behaviour. So many
Muslims apply those parts of the Qur’an or Sunnah which suit them and
abandon the rest, with resulting confusion in the minds of their wives
and children. Thus, while firmly keeping the reins in your hands, you
should look at your own faults, not hers, and be proud and happy with
the efforts she is making. Make allowances, be considerate, and show
your appreciation of the difficult task she is carrying out by every
possible means. This will cause her to love and respect you, your
culture, and Islam to grow infinitely faster than a harsh, dominating,
forceful approach ever could.

Finally, a word of warning. Certain situations have occurred in which
women, posing as Muslims (or perhaps actually having made Shahaadah),
have deceived and made fools of numbers of Muslim men. Such women may
be extremely cunning and devious, operating as poor, lonely
individuals in need of help and/or husbands. The brothers who fall
into this net may be shown false photos, given false information or
promises, cheated in all sorts of ways, and finally robbed of anything
the conniving lady can manage to take from them. As was said, it is
wise to check out any prospective partner with local Muslims who know

Keep your eyes open and take your time. Since marriage is for life,
for eternity, hurrying into it for any reason whatsoever is the act of
a foolish or careless person who has only himself or herself to blame
if things go wrong.


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Do u think I am hot??? So is hell!!! Lower your gaze!!!!


“Hijaab” being a hot topic these days, media is trying its best to malign Islam by providing misinformation to the public regarding hijab by raising allegations like:Islam degrades women in the name of hijab, why in Islam only women should do Hijaab, etc.

It is a misconception that hijab is only made for females. But hijab is first an obligation for males and after that it is an obligation for females. Hijab does not merely means covering body with a black cloth (known as burqa.) It includes a complete behavior and attitude apart from dressing modest. In short, Hijaab is Mandatory for both males and as well as females.

Allah says in the Quran in Surah Noor (24):30, “Tell the believing men to lower their gaze (from looking at forbidden things), and protect their private parts (from illegal sexual acts, etc.). That is purer for them. Verily, Allah is All-Aware of what they do.” First Allah commands men to observe hijab and then in the next verse it is commanded for females.

It is also mentioned in a hadith where Jareeribn ‘Abdullaah said:”I asked the Messenger of Allaah (pbuh) about an accidental glance at a woman. He commanded me to turn my gaze away.” (Reported by al-Tirmidhi, who said: This is a saheehhasanhadeeth. See al-Sunan, 2700).

The Messenger of Allaah (pbuh) also said: “O Ali, do not follow a glance with another, for you will be forgiven for the first, but not for the second.” (Reported by al-Tirmidhi, 2701; see Saheeh al-Jaami’, 7953)

My dear brothers, next time onwards when you see a girl (even) without Hijaab (might be a model; or actress in TV; or in magazine, ads, newspapers, posters etc.; or even your girlfriend without hijab before marriage!), before giving a comment “She is hot” or “you are looking HOT dear” Remember the commandment of Allah and punishment in the Aakhirah for disobeying your Lord!

Brothers also find it “cool” to shake hands with girls (including their cousin sisters, sister-in-law, friends, etc.) They find nothing wrong in ‘just’ shaking hands, might be here it is “okay” but what about the hereafter???

It was narrated that Ma’qilibnYassaar said: The Messenger of Allaah (pbuh) said: “For one of you to be stabbed in the head with an iron needle is better for him than that he should touch a woman who is not permissible for him.” Can you really bear this pain? Think practically… how much painful it is even if a small needle pricks in our finger. O’ Allah! What a torture and severe punishment it would be!!! Even my sisters don’t care and shake hands with non-mahram and didn’t even realize the punishment is same even for females, for Allah is just and wise.

Don’t be a fool thinking what you follow is cool!!! Be a muslim by your deeds by following the Quran and Authentic Hadith not just by name as it won’t help you to earn Jannah (if you are a muslim just by name!).

Hijab for men is obligatory (lowering gaze and guarding modesty) even if a female is not in hijab. The harder is the test, the greater will be the reward.And whoever disobeys Allah, will be punishable for their deeds.

Hijab generate respect for each other and help in creating peaceful society, which is the need of the hour.



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Merit of Sharing Food

Merit of Sharing Food



“And they give food, in spite of their love for it (or for the love of Him), to the poor, the orphan, and the captive.” (76:8)


And eat of the things which ALLAH has provided for you, lawful and good, and fear ALLAH in Whom you believe. [Al-Maeda: 88]



1. Abu Hurairah (May ALLAH be pleased with him) reported: Messenger of ALLAH (PBUH) said, “The food of two persons suffices for three persons, and the food of three persons suffices for four persons.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].


2. Jabir bin `Abdullah (May ALLAH be pleased with him) reported: Messenger of ALLAH (PBUH) said, “The food of one person suffices for two, the food of two persons suffices for four persons, and the food of four persons suffices for eight persons.” [Muslim].

Commentary: This Hadith indicates that if a few persons share the same dinner-table, a small quantity of food will be enough for many persons. Moreover, this increases mutual love and fellow-feeling.


3.Abu Hurairah (May ALLAH be pleased with him) reported: A man came to the Prophet (PBUH) and said; “I am hard pressed by hunger.” He (PBUH) sent a word to one of his wives who replied: “By Him Who has sent you with the Truth, I have nothing except water.” Then he sent the same message to another (wife) and received the same reply. He sent this message to all of them (i.e., his wives) and received the same reply. Then he (PBUH) said, “Who will entertain this (man) as guest?” One of the Ansar said: “O Messenger of ALLAH, I will.” So he took him home and said to his wife: “Serve the guest of Messenger of ALLAH (PBUH).”


Another narration is: The Ansari asked his wife: “Have you got anything?” She answered: “Nothing, except a little food for the children.” He said: “Keep them busy with something, and when they ask for food put them to sleep. When the guest enters, extinguish the light and give him the impression that we are also eating.” So they sat down and the guest ate and they passed the night hungry. When he came to the Prophet (PBUH) in the morning, he said to him, “ALLAH admired what you did with your guest last night.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].


Commentary: This Hadith describes a unique example of hospitality and kindness liked by Allah. It imparts to man the sense of self-sacrifice and a feeling of fellowship.


Note: Kindly comment on this article and if you find any better Quranic verse and Hadith please post them.




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Seperations – United

And hold fast, all of you together, to the rope of Allah (i.e. this Qur’an), and be not divided among yourselves , and remember Allah’s Favour on you, for you were enemies one to another but He joined your hearts together, so that, by His Grace, you became brethren (in Islamic Faith), and you were on the brink of a pit of Fire, and He saved you from it. Thus Allah makes His Ayat (proofs, evidence, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.,) clear to you, that you may be guided. [Al-Quran, Ala Imran; 3:103]

We have One Lord [Allah]
One Purpose of Creation [To worship Him alone]
One Final way of Life [Islam]
One Final Ideal [Prophet Muhammad PBUH]
One Final Guidance [Al Quran]
One Beginning [Adan(AS) and Hawwa(AS)]
and One Single Destination [Aakhirat]…

Then from where does the differences come from???

A Question not only to Muslims..but to whole Mankind..!


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Eyes – A Perfect Creation by a Perfect Creator [Allah]

Eyes – A Perfect Creation by a Perfect Creator [Allah]

Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Eyes

Few people could argue that without our 5 senses life would be pretty dull. All our senses are extremely important but I think if you asked most people which sense would they least like to lose they would probably say their vision. As with most of our abilities, our vision is something that many of us take for granted. If you stop and think for a moment, you will realize that just about everything we do in our day to day life involves our vision. During this article I am going to try and see if I can get you to start thinking a little bit more about your eyes. Listed below is my top 10 list of weird and wonderful things you didn’t know about your eyes

10. Everyone needs reading glasses as they get older

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This is assuming that you already have perfect distance vision. If you are currently reading this article and are under 40 years of age with perfect distance vision, I can say with absolute certainty that you will need reading glasses at some point in the future. For about 99% of the population the age that you will first start needing reading glasses is between 43 and 50 years old. This is because the lens in your eye slowly loses its focusing ability with age. In order to focus things near to you, your lens has to change from a flat to a more spherical shape and it loses the ability to do this as you get older. As you get to around 45 years old you will start to hold things further away from you to keep them focus.

9. The lens in your eye is quicker than any camera lens

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Just behind the pupil sits the eyes natural lens, whose function is to focus on the object you are looking at. Just take a minute to glance around the room and think about how many different distances you are focusing at. Every time you do this, the lens in your eye is instantly changing focus without you even being aware of it! Compare that with a camera lens which takes a few seconds to focus between one distance and another. Just be thankful that the lens in your eye is as quick as it is, otherwise things would be continually going in and out of focus.

8. Your eyes are fully developed by the age of 7 years old

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By the age of 7 years old our eyes are fully developed and are physiologically the same as adult’s eyes. It is for this reason that it is vitally important to pick up a lazy eye before we reach this age. The earlier a lazy eye is diagnosed, the greater the chance it will respond to treatment, as the eyes are still developing and capable of an improvement in vision. Beyond 7 years old no amount of treatment will result in any improvement in vision.

7. You blink approximately 15,000 times each day

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Blinking is a semi- involuntary function meaning we do it automatically, but can also choose to blink if we so require. Blinking is an extremely important function of your eyes as it helps remove any debris on the surface of your eye, by spreading fresh tears over them. These tears help to nourish your eyes with oxygen and also have important anti bacterial properties. You can think of the function of blinking as being similar to the action of the windscreen wipers on your car, cleaning and removing everything to keep you seeing clearly.

6. Everyone gets cataracts as they get older


People don’t realize that cataracts are just a normal consequence of getting older and everyone gets them at some point in their life. You can think of cataracts as being similar to getting grey hair, in that it is just a normal natural age change. The average age people first get cataracts is about aged 70 years old and by 80 years old you are guaranteed to have cataracts. In the same way that you could not find any aged 80 years old without grey hair, it would be equally impossible to find anyone over 80 years old without cataracts. Cataracts refer to a gradual clouding of the lens in your eye and typically take about ten years from onset to them needing treatment.

5. Diabetes is often first detected during an eye test

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People who suffer from type 2 diabetes (the type you develop later in life) are often symptom free, meaning they often don’t even know that they have it. This type of diabetes is commonly picked up during an eye test as it can be seen as tiny hemorrhages from leaking blood vessels at the back of your eye. This certainly is good reason to get your eyes tested regularly.

4. You see with your brain and not your eyes


The function of your eyes is to collect all the required information about the object you are looking at. This information is then passed from your eye to the brain via the optic nerve. It is the brain (visual cortex) where all this information is analyzed to enable you to ‘see’ the object in its finished form. This is not to say that your eyes don’t play an important role as they certainly do.

3. Your eyes can adapt to blind spots in your vision

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Certain eye conditions such as Glaucoma and certain general health conditions such as having a stroke, can lead to you developing blind spots in your vision. This would be extremely debilitating if it wasn’t for your brain and your eyes ability to adapt to make these blind spots disappear. It does this by suppressing the blind spot in your affected eye and letting your other good eye ‘fill in the gaps’. It is adaptation like this that makes your eyes so resilient.

2. 20:20 vision is not the best vision you can have

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When people hear the phrase 20:20 vision they assume that this is the best vision possible. However this is not true as 20:20 vision refers to what the average adult should be able to see. If you imagine a typical eye test chart the 20:20 vision is probably only the line second from the bottom. The line below it is even smaller than 20:20 vision and would mean you have 20:16 vision. So don’t be so impressed next time someone tells you they have 20:20 vision!

1. Your eyes water when they are dry

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I know this might sound crazy but this is one of strange facts about your eyes. Your tears are made up of 3 different components and they are water, mucus and fat. If these 3 components are not in exactly the right quantities, your eyes can become dry as a consequence. Your brain responds to this dryness by producing extra water and hence your eyes water.

This is just an example of the creation of Perfect creator [Allah].

Can you imagine His Wisdom of Creation?

Lo! Thy Lord! He is the All Wise Creator. [Al-Quran; Al-Hijr; 16:86]

The Creator of the heavens and the earth. He hath made for you pairs of yourselves, and of the cattle also pairs, whereby He multiplieth you.
Naught is as His likeness; and He is the Hearer, the Seer. [Al-Quran; As-Shura; 42:11]
Praised is He who created everything in this Earth and the Sky….
Allahu Akbar !

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No Valentine’s Day !

Assalamu Alykum All,


My Love is not bounded only to My Wife. It starts from Allah and ends on Allah alone.

I love each and everything on this earth for the sake of Allah Alone..



My Love is First and foremost for Allah [Subahana Wa Ta’ala]..


My Love is for the Most Admirable and Most beloved man on the earth..Prophet Muhammad [Sallallahu Alyhi Wasallam]..


My Love is for the Most Caring person amongst the Humans after Allah and Prophet..My Mother !


My Love is for the person who taught me everythng required for the survival in this earth and prepared me for Aakhirah..My Father !


My Love is for those Wonderful and Blessed pearls of Islam..All Prophets of this world, Sahabas, and Shuhadaas[Martyrs].


My Love is for My Muttaqeen, Wise, Beautiful, Marvellous and Wonderful [By Allah’s grace] Wife !


My Love is for My Swalih, Adorable, Loving, and Bright Children [Insha Allah].


My Love is for My Blood relatives.


My Love is for My Stupid but adorable Friends. 😛


My Love is for all those beautiful hearts which pleased Allah to grant them Jannah..


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Hijab – Is it Logical?

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