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‘Iddah (the post marital waiting period)

Source : IdealWoman.org / 8 May 2013

The definition:

iddah (waiting period) refers to the period of time that follows a woman’s divorce or death of her husband. The length of this waiting period varies somewhat based on the situation.

 

Rules of Divorce in Islam

Source : AlQuranclasses.com / 8 May 2013

Divorce is a game of seconds. Divorce in Islam is the most disliked permissible act.

In the earlier times, no rules of divorce were set, men used to divorce their women out of anger or any other reason and after some time they used to take them back. Women were not given any rights and they were forced to go back in the marriage with their ex-husbands. This inequality and injustice was addressed by Islam and there were rules set to divorce so that no injustice could take place.

 

Easy Good Deeds

Source : Steps2Paradise / 7 May 2013 

1. Sitting After Subuh Salah

"Whomsoever prays Al-Ghadaa (Fajr) in congregation, then sits remembering Allah until sunrise, then prays two rak'ats of Salah has a complete reward of Hajj and Umrah."The Prophet SAW repeated the word 'complete' three times for emphasis. (TIRMIDHI)

2. Praying the Twelve Sunnat Prayers Each Day

 

Reproach For Not Adding "In Sha' Allah" When Making a Promise

By Mufti Muhammad Aashiq Ilahi Bulandshahri / 7 May 2013

"And never say with regard to anything, 'I will certainly do so tomorrow.

Unless (you say), 'By Allah's Will.' Remember your Lord when you forget, and say, 'I have the hope that my Lord will guide me to what is closer thereto in direction.'" - Surah Kahaf 18:23-24

 

Wearing a Watch: Which Hand?

By Muhammad ibn Adam Darul Iftaa / 6 May 2013

In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful,

Obviously, it is not possible to find a specific report concerning the watch since there were no watches in the time of the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace), his Companions and the early Muslims (Allah be pleased with them).

 

How to cure laziness?

By HaniyaHaya / 6 May 2013

We are all having busy schedules whether we are students, parents, spouse or working all-time. We need to take care of our studies, families, deadlines, works and many more hence will decrease our energy level. When our energy level has declined, we tend to procrastinate and being lazy and not to forget, we also tend to give so many excuses for not doing all the things that we are suppose to do. This procrastination too may caused you to delay your prayer, suffer at the school and not to do well at work.

 

Ten Principles for Those Seeking the Path of Allah

By Imam Ghazali / 6 May 2013 

Principle 1: Have a sincere, unwavering intention.  Prophet Muhammad ﷺsaid, “each person will be rewarded for what he intended” (Muslim). This calls for determination in the heart to continuously act or to abstain from something only for God’s sake. A sign of having sincere intentions is that one does not change his resolve for fleeting reasons; what is done for God, the Truth, should not be forsaken to please His creation.

 

Help Your Children to Love the Holy Qur’an

By ISWM / 6 May 2013

Umar ibn Wasil al-Basri that Sahl al-Tustari said: “My uncle once told me:`Remember Allah Who created you.’ I said: `How should I remember him?’ He replied: `Say in your heart, whenever you are alone at night, three times, without moving your tongue: Allah is with me; Allah is looking at me; Allah is watching me.”

 

Rules Related to an Excused Person (Ma’dhur)

By Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari / 6 May 2013

In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful.

There are two aspects to your question:

1) When and how is an individual classified as excused (ma’dhur)?

2) What are the rulings concerning a Ma’dhur ?

 

Dress Code of Muslim women

By Aisha Stacey / 6 May 2013

Islam is a complete way of life, each and every aspect is designed by our Creator to advance happy, healthy communities and ease the path to eternal bliss in Paradise. In today’s society modesty is seen as a sign of weakness or insecurity. This is not the case in Islam, where modesty is seen as a sign of respect for oneself and others.

 
 

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