Have You Discovered Its Real Beauty

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Naji Ibrahim al-Arfaj
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 96 | Size: 13.5 MB

A great book which explains the real beauty of Islam, by Dr Naji Ibrahim Arfaj. This book presents just some examples of its real beauty and greatness.

# It inspires us to have good intentions, positives attitudes, and kind feelings towards others.
# It teaches us to forgive, and love for others what we love for ourselves.
# It urges us to smile sincerely and be kind to others.
# It instructs us to act courteously.
# It commands us to have a good conduct and behave with respect.
# It teaches us to be gentle to humans, animals, birds, and our environment.
# It instructs us to respect and care for our parents and the elderly; and to be a good to our families, spouses and children.
# It encourages us to help, feed, and support the weak, the poor, the needy, and the disabled.
# It urges us to think, ponder, reason, and base our judgments on proof.

Before I reveal the secret, let me point out that additionally “it”…

# teaches us that all humans are equal regardless of their race, color, or nationality.
# instructs us not to hurt, hate, transgress against, put down, or despise others.
# clearly tells us why we are here, who brought us, where we are heading, and what our final destination is.
# instructs us to live in peace and good relations with God, self, and others.
# clearly answers our significant and critical questions.

Indeed, it leads to ultimate truth and success, true peace of mind, real happiness, salvation, and eternal life. Continue reading

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) The Best Of All Husbands

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Dr. Ghazi Al-Shammari
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 96 | Size: 4 MB

The Prophet Muhammad, upon him be peace, is the most excellent example as father and husband. He was very kind and tolerant towards his wives. They could not envisage life, without him.. He was the perfect head of family, managing many women with ease, being a lover of their hearts, an instructor of their minds, an educator of their souls, he never neglected the affairs of the nation nor compromised his duties.

The Prophet’s beloved wife, Aa’isha, said of her noble husband:

“He always helped with the housework and would at times mend his clothes, repair his shoes and sweep the floor. He would milk, protect and feed his animals and do household chores”

Not only was he a devoted husband, he also encouraged his companions to follow his example:

“The most perfect of the believers in faith are the best of them in morals. And the best among them are those who are best to their wives.” Continue reading

Animals In The Glorious Qur’an

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Ahmad Bahjat
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 155 | Size: 2.5 MB

The Ever-Glorious Qur’an presents to us the stories of the Prophets and the friends of Allah. Within these stories we find a group of animals that have played a great and significant role in history. This group of animals was mentioned in the Ever-Glorious Qur’an along with another group that included a bird, animal or plant but was actually a miracle of Allah. For example, Musa’s staff that was turned into a snake. ‘Isa’s clay that he had formed and breathed onto it, and it became a real bird by Allah’s Permission. The flocks of birds that Allah (Exalted and Glorified be He) sent to the companions of the elephant to strike them with stones of baked clay.

# The crow that Allah sent to Adam’s son in order to show him how to hide the dead body of his brother.
# The birds that Ibrahim (Abraham) had killed and divided upon the mountaintops and then Allah gave them life again.
# The cow of Banu Israel that Musa (Moses) ordered to be slaughtered in order to disclose the identity of a mysterious murderer.
# The wolf that was falsely accused of eating Yusuf (Joseph).
# The hoopoe of Sulayman (Solomon) that informed him about the Queen of Sheba.
# The termite that ate the staff of Sulayman on which he was leaning while he was sitting dead on his chair. After the termite had eaten through the wood, the Prophet fell down and his death became known.
# `Uzayr’s donkey whom Allah put to death for a hundred years and then gave it life once again, right in front of his owner’s eyes.
# The whale that swallowed Yunus (Jonah) for a while and then threw him out to the land because he was among those who praise Allah.
# The dog of the people of the cave that slept with them for three hundred and nine years.
# Sulayman’s ant that had called the ants to escape to their dwellings, lest Sulayman and his hosts crush them, while they perceive not.
# Abrahah’s elephant that was ordered to destroy the Ka’bah but was frozen in its place because of his fear of Allah and so he could not proceed. Continue reading