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By NFIE / 28 Jan 2013 

We often get swept up in the routine of life that we take our marriages for granted.  Luckily Allah has given us a perfect portrait in the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him and his family) to help break that routine.  Here are five practical, yet powerful, lessons from the Messenger to help rekindle our relationships.


Do not Lose hope of the Mercy of Allah!

Source : / 28 Jan 2013

Feeling down in the dumps, depressed, having the blues… These are just some of the terms used to describe a feeling of hopelessness and despair that can hit even the most positive of us at some point in our lives. However when sadness, gloom and unhappiness becomes a permanent mark of our lives, when it creates a feeling of hopelessness, helplessness and worthlessness, when it interferes with our ability to work, study, eat, sleep, and mix with people we may be suffering from abnormal levels of despair otherwise called depression.


Sunnah & Science: EVERY MAN HAS 360 JOINT BONES

Source : / 28 Jan 2013

'A'ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:

"Everyone has been created with three hundred and sixty Joints. Whoever mentions Allah's greatness (says Allahu Akbar), praises Allah, extols Allah, and seeks forgiveness from Allah and removes stones from the path of the people, enjoins what is good and forbids the evil to the amount of those three hundred and sixty joints (sulama), he walks on that Day (of Judgment) having distanced himself from the Hell fire."


The Man We Love and Follow

By: AKM Mohiuddin / 28 Jan 2013

The more one reflects on Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam), the more one is bound to marvel at this noble Messenger of Allah (Subhanahu wa Ta'la) and to grasp the truth of these words in the Qur'an: "And indeed, you are of a great moral character." (Al-qalam, 68:4) Let us consider just five aspects of our beloved Prophet's character.


The Excellence of Salam

By Muhammad Manzur / 26 Jan 2013

Two people related by Faith should use the expression of peace and security to address each other. Thus Islam taught Muslims to say Assalamu ‘alaykum (meaning ‘Peace be upon you’) and replaced all other forms of greeting.

 In this small greeting is hidden an excellent and comprehensive prayer, kindness and affection for the young, and respect and attention for the elders.


The Prophet Muhammad’s (pbuh) Humbleness

Source : / 26 Jan 2013

Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was a perfect model of modesty and humbleness.He (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) never spoke loudly or in an unseemly manner. In the market, he always passed by the people quietly with a smile.

Whenever he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) heard anything undesirable in an assembly, he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) did not say anything out of respect for the people, but the color of his face showed his feelings and the Companions became cautious. `


Sunnahs of Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)

Source : Agencies / 25 Jan 2013

Sunnahs of the Home

* To recite the dua before entering the home.

* To greet those that are in the house with " Assalaamu Alaikum ". Even though it may be your own house or there no one at home.


Who is Muhammad (pbuh)?

By Mahbubur Rahman / 24 Jan 2013

"Perhaps the world was never in greater need of an accurate account of Prophet Muhammad's (peace and blessings be upon him)  life than it is now."So states Adil Salahi, author of “Muhammad” (peace and blessings be upon him): “Man and Prophet” 1. After 9/11, for whatever reason(s), many people began asking themselves: Just who is this Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him)?


25 Sayings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), for victory in this life and Hereafter.

By Adil Mohd / 24 Jan 2013

Narrated from khalid bin walid (RA), A man (RA) once came in the gathering where The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) was sitting with many companions (RA). He asked the permission to ask some question and on being given the permission from Muhammad - Prophet of Allah (may peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).


Daughters - a Way to Paradise

By Agencies / 24 Jan 2013

Even now daughters are considered an unwanted burden in some societies and instead of rejoicing, an atmosphere of grief and disappointment is produced in the family at their birth.

This is the position, today, but in the pre-Islamic times the daughters were positively considered a shame and disgrace among the Arabs, so much so that even the right to live was denied to them. Many a hard-hearted parent used to strangle his daughter to death, with his own hands, when she was born, or bury her alive.


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