Assalamualaikum wrt wbt..

This blog is for anyone , especially mualaf like me who wants to learn more about Islam.I will be posting what I think is beneficial for me and others from various resources..InsyaAllah.( If you would like to share anything, please email me at knelly05@yahoo.com) Thanks!



Wednesday, October 27, 2010

4 golongan lelaki ke neraka


by Islamic Glory on Sunday, September 5, 2010 at 3:09pm


Pertama:- 'Ayahnya' - Apabila seseorang yang bergelar ayah tidak memperdulikan anak-anak perempuannya di dunia.Dia tidak memberikan segala keperluan agama seperti mengajar solat, mengaji dan sebagainya.Dia membiarkan anak-anak perempuannya tidak menutup aurat.. tidak cukup kalau dengan hanya memberi kemewahan dunia sahaja maka dia akan ditarik oleh anaknya.
Kedua:- 'Suaminya' - Apabila seorang suami tidak memperdulikan tindak tanduk isterinya. Bergaul bebas di pejabat,memperhiaskan diri bukan untuk suami tapi untuk pandangan kaum lelaki yang bukan mahram,apabila suami mendiamkan diri.. Walaupun dia seorang alim (solat tidak tangguh, puasa tidak tinggal)maka dia akan ditarik oleh isterinya.

Ketiga:- 'Abang-abangnya' - Apabila ayahnya sudah tiada, tanggungjawab menjaga maruah wanita jatuh kepala abang-abangnya.. jikalau mereka hanya mementing keluarganya sahaja dan adik perempuannya dibiar melencong dari ajaran ISLAM. Tunggulah tarikan adiknya di akhirat.
Keempat:-' Anak Lelakinya' - Apabila seorang anak tidak menasihati seorang ibu perihal kelakuan yang haram dari Islam, maka anak itu akan disoal dan dipertangungjawabkan diakhirat kelak.. Nantikan tarikan ibunya.

Maka kita lihat betapa hebatnya tarikan wanita bukan sahaja di dunia malah di akhirat pun tarikannya begitu hebat...maka kaum lelaki yang bergelar ayah / suami / abang atau anak harus memainkan peranan mereka yang sebenar tidaksilap firman ALLAH S.W.T.:-

" Hai anak adam peliharakanlah diri kamu serta ahli kamu dari api neraka,di mana bahan pembakarnya ialah manusia dan batu-batu.."


Hai wanita, kasihankan ayah anda, suami anda,abang-abang anda serta anak-anak lelaki anda..Kesiankanlah mereka dan juga diri kamu sendiri..jalankan perintah ALLAH S.W.T. dengan bersungguh-sungguh dan dengan penuh ikhlas..

Akhir kata, marilah kita berdoa agar kita semua terselamat dari ditarik dan tertarik oleh mana-mana pihak. Harga seseorang muslim adalah sangat berharga.


ALLAH S.W.T. nilaikan seseorang muslim dengan SYURGA.. semua kaum muslim masuk syurga..janganlah kita membuang atau tidak mengendah janji ALLAH S.W.T.
Semoga kita semua tergolong dari ahli syurga yang memasukinya tanpa hisab.
AMIN YARABBALALAMIN
apa yang perlu kita buat, tolong copy paste yer, kemudian kita tolong sebarkan........

Source:facebook

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Dua’a For Exams

اللهُمَّ لا سَهْلَ إلا مَا جَعَلتَهُ سَهْلا وَ أنتَ تَجْعَلُ الحزْنَ إذا شِئْتَ سَهْلا


Allahumma la sahla illa ma ja’altahu sahla, wa ‘anta taj-alul hazna idha shi’ta sahla
Meaning: "O Allah! There is nothing easy except what You make easy, and You make the difficult easy if it be Your Will."


Allahumma inii as'aluka fahmal-nabiyyen wa hifthal mursaleen al-muqarrabeen.

O Allah! I ask You for the understanding of the prophets and the memory of the messengers, and those nearest to You.


Allahumma ijal leesanee 'amiran bi thikrika wa qalbi bi khashyatika.

O Allah! Make my tongue full of Your remembrance, and my heart with consciousness of You.


Innaka 'ala ma-tasha'-u qadeer wa anta hasbun-allahu wa na'mal wakeel.

(O Allah!) You do whatever You wish, and You are my Availer and Protector and the best of aid.

Source: iloveAllaah.com

Saturday, October 23, 2010

keistimewaan wanita

1. Doa wanita lebih makbul daripada lelaki kerana sifat wanita itu lebih penyayang daripada  lelaki.Sabda Rasulullah saw : "Ibu lebih penyayang daripada bapa dan doa orang yang penyayang tidak akan sia-sia".

2. Wanita solehah lebih baik daripada 70 orang wali. Sesiapa yang menggembirakan anak perempuannya, maka darjatnya umpama orang yang sentiasa menangis kerana takut akan Allah swt dan orang yang takut akan Allah akan diharamkan api neraka ke atas tubuhnya.

3. Haid seorang wanita menjadi penebus dosanya yang lalu. Jika pada hari pertama haid dia membaca Alhamdulillahi' alaa kulli halin wa astaghfirullah (segala puji bagi Allah dalam segala keadaan dan aku mohon ampun kepada Allah daripada segala dosa) , maka Allah akan membebaskannya daripada neraka dan dengan mudah melalui siratul mustaqim dengan aman daripada seksa, bahkan Allah akan mengangkat darjatnya sama seperti darjat 40 orang syuhada apabila dia selalu berzikir kepada Allah selama haidnya.

4.Seorang wanita yang taat pada suaminya(serta menjaga solat dan puasanya) , semua ikan di laut,burung di udara, malaikat di langit,matahari dan bulan akan beristighfar untuknya selama dia mentaati suaminya dan meredainya.

5.Allah swt akan memasukkan setiap wanita yang membantu suamniya dalam urusan agam ke dalam syurga lebih dahulu daripada suaminya.

6. Wanita yang bersalin akan mendapat pahala 70 tahun solat dan puasa dan setiap kesakitan pada uratnya akan dikurniakan Allah satu pahala haji.

7. Jika seorang wanita menyusukan anaknya hungga cukup tempoh ( 2 1/2 tahun) maka malaikat-malaikat  di langit akan mengkhabarkan berita gembira bahawa syurga wajib baginya.

8. Apabila seorang wanita mencuci pakaian suaminya maka Allah akan mencatatkan 1000 kebaikan dan mengampunkan 2000 kesalahannya.Bahkan segala sesuatu yang disinari matahari akan meminta keampunan baginya dan Allah akan mengangkat 1000 darjat untuknya.

Source: isu 1 Oktober majalah MIDI

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

sahih bukhari

Narrated 'Abdullah bin 'Amr:
The Prophet said, "A Muslim is the one who avoids harming Muslims with his tongue and hands. And a Muhajir (emigrant) is the one who gives up (abandons) all what Allah has forbidden."
(Book #2, Hadith #9)


source:searchtruth.com

Monday, October 18, 2010

Dr Zakir Naik

*What I like about him is that he always provides facts to his presentation..


Source:Youtube

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Sheikh Hussain Ye

*I was browsing the internet when I found him..so suprised because he's a malaysian since I've never heard of him before..



His Personal life(source by wikipedia)

Early years
Born into a Buddhist family, Hussain Yee embraced Islam at the age of 18. He pursued studies at the University of Madinah in Saudi Arabia majoring in Hadith. After graduating in 1978, he joined the organization called ‘Perkim', in Malaysia, which focuses on the well being of the new converts. Later he seconded as director of centre in Hong Kong. He then founded Al Khaadem with a group of volunteers in 1984.

He also studied four years under Muhammad Nasiruddin al-Albani, and has also had contact with the former Grand Mufti of Saudi-Arabia Ibn Baaz while studying at the University of Madinah. After studying in Saudi Arabia, Hussain Yee became involved in various organizations and now gives talks in the United Kingdom and other parts of Europe.[2], which includes conducting summer camps by the invitation of local and international organizations. Furthermore, Hussain regularly appears on Peace TV whereby he gives many lectures.

checkout his website
http://al-khaadem.com.my/

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

MY BODY IS MY OWN BUSINESS

*it sums up at least a little of why I choose to wear the hijab!I especially like the bold title:)

Source:islam101.net


By Naheed Mustafa

MULTICULTURAL VOICES: A Canadian-born Muslim woman has taken to wearing the traditional hijab scarf. It tends to make people see her as either a terrorist or a symbol of oppressed womanhood, but she finds the experience LIBERATING.
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The Globe and Mail Tuesday, June 29, 1993 Facts and Arguments Page (A26)
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HEADLINE: MY BODY IS MY OWN BUSINESS By Naheed Mustafa
I OFTEN wonder whether people see me as a radical, fundamentalist Muslim terrorist packing an AK-47 assault rifle inside my jean jacket. Or may be they see me as the poster girl for oppressed womanhood everywhere. I'm not sure which it is.

I get the whole gamut of strange looks, stares, and covert glances. You see, I wear the hijab, a scarf that covers my head, neck, and throat. I do this because I am a Muslim woman who believes her body is her own private concern.

Young Muslim women are reclaiming the hijab, reinterpreting it in light of its original purpose to give back to women ultimate control of their own bodies.

The Qur'an teaches us that men and women are equal, that individuals should not be judged according to gender, beauty, wealth, or privilege. The only thing that makes one person better than another is her or his character.

Nonetheless, people have a difficult time relating to me. After all, I'm young, Canadian born and raised, university educated why would I do this to myself, they ask.

Strangers speak to me in loud, slow English and often appear to be playing charades. They politely inquire how I like living in Canada and whether or not the cold bothers me. If I'm in the right mood, it can be very amusing.

But, why would I, a woman with all the advantages of a North American upbringing, suddenly, at 21, want to cover myself so that with the hijab and the other clothes I choose to wear, only my face and hands show?

Because it gives me freedom.

WOMEN are taught from early childhood that their worth is proportional to their attractiveness. We feel compelled to pursue abstract notions of beauty, half realizing that such a pursuit is futile.

When women reject this form of oppression, they face ridicule and contempt. Whether it's women who refuse to wear makeup or to shave their legs, or to expose their bodies, society, both men and women, have trouble dealing with them.

In the Western world, the hijab has come to symbolize either forced silence or radical, unconscionable militancy. Actually, it's neither. It is simply a woman's assertion that judgment of her physical person is to play no role whatsoever in social interaction.
Wearing the hijab has given me freedom from constant attention to my physical self. Because my appearance is not subjected to public scrutiny, my beauty, or perhaps lack of it, has been removed from the realm of what can legitimately be discussed.

No one knows whether my hair looks as if I just stepped out of a salon, whether or not I can pinch an inch, or even if I have unsightly stretch marks. And because no one knows, no one cares.

Feeling that one has to meet the impossible male standards of beauty is tiring and often humiliating. I should know, I spent my entire teenage years trying to do it. It was a borderline bulimic and spent a lot of money I didn't have on potions and lotions in hopes of becoming the next Cindy Crawford.

The definition of beauty is ever-changing; waifish is good, waifish is bad, athletic is good -- sorry, athletic is bad. Narrow hips? Great. Narrow hips? Too bad.

Women are not going to achieve equality with the right to bear their breasts in public, as some people would like to have you believe. That would only make us party to our own objectification. True equality will be had only when women don't need to display themselves to get attention and won't need to defend their decision to keep their bodies to themselves.
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Naheed Mustafa graduated from the University of Toronto last year with an honors degree in political and history. She is currently studying journalism at Ryerson Polytechnic University.

Acknowledgment: This page was downloaded from http://www.albany.edu/~ha4934/sisters.html (now www.jannah.org ) and reformatted for http://www.islam101.com/

Sunday, October 3, 2010