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    In the name of Allah- the Most Gracious, the Most Compassionate.

    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

    As Salaamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatu

    Welcome to the eleventh rendition of the greatest thread on TSR!

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    New Rules Regarding Societies:

    (Original post by Queen Cersei)
    Hi everyone,

    Just an update that the religious society threads are not designed for debating but for members of religious communities to come together and socialise.

    As a result of these threads becoming derailed and complaints being submitted, any member who posts in these threads to troll or with negative intentions will be issued an immediate temporary ban lasting 24 hours.

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    For answers to specific questions then please ask in the "Ask about Islam" threads HERE.

    Please stay on topic, keep the conversation related to the thread and make it beneficial for us all inshallah! Kindly remember to keep your language clean and try and stay away from excessive aimless chatter.

    Remember to make Dua (supplications) for all your Muslim Brothers and Sisters all around the world from China to Mali! We are 1 Ummah (Nation) and the Ummah of Muhammad (saw).

    For Non Muslims a brief list of translation of Arabic words used.

    'Alim - Scholar

    Alayhi-salaam, (as), عليه السّلام - upon him be peace

    Alhamdulillah, الحمد لله - All praise is due to Allah

    Allahu A'lam - Allah knows best

    Allahu Akbar, الله اكبر - God is the greatest

    Allahu must'an - Allah is the One whose Help is sought

    Aqeedah - beliefs

    Ashadu - i bear witness

    As Salaamu alaykum, السّلام عليكم - Peace be upon you

    Astaghfirullah - I seek forgivness from God

    BarakAllahu Feek - May the blessings of Allah be Upon you

    Bid'ah - innovation

    Da'eef - weak

    Daleel - evidence

    Da'wah - Calling to islam

    Dua - Supplication

    Fatwa - a religious ruling

    Fiqh - jurisprudence

    Fitnah - trials

    Halaal - permissible

    Haraam - impermissible

    Hasan - good

    HasbunAllah wa ni'mal wakeel - Allah alone is Sufficent for us and He is the best Disposer of affairs."

    Hijaab - Headscarf

    Ikhtilaaf - diffrences of opinion

    Imaan - faith

    Inna Lillahi wa Inna Illayhi Raji'oon - Indeed to Him we belong and to Him we shall return

    insha'Allah - God willing

    JazakAllah Khair - May Allah grant you good

    Kaafir - disbeliever

    Kufr - disbelief

    Laa ilaaha illa Allah - There is no God but Allah

    Ma' salama - goodbye

    Madhhab - school of jurisprudence

    Masha'Allah - As Allah has willed it to be

    Mufti -someone qualified to give Fatwa

    Niyyah - Intention.

    Niqaab - Veil

    Qari/Qurra - reciter/reciters

    RadiAllahu Anh, (ra), رضي الله عنه - May Allah be pleased with him

    Raheemuhullah, (rh), رحمه الله - May Allah have mercy on him

    Sahih - Authentic

    Salah - Prayer

    Salalahu alayhi wa salam, (saw), صلى الله عليه و سلم - peace be upon him

    Shahaada - Testimony of faith

    Shaykh - Knowledgeable person

    Shaadh - Strange

    SubhanAllah - Exalted is Allah over all

    Takfir - excommunication (declaring someone a non muslim)

    Wa alaykum as salaam, و عليكم السّلام - and may peace be on you

    Wa Barakatuh, و بركته - and His blessings

    Wa iyyak um - and you plural

    Wa Rahmatullah, و رحمة الله - and the mercy of Allah

    Zakat - A obligatory Islamic tax to be used for the poor and needy

    Books On The Seerah (Life of the Prophet Muhammad)
    (Original post by Ibn Fulaan)
    Books on Seerah (The Life of the Prophet

    The Sealed Nectar (al-Raheeq al-Makhtoom) by Shaykh Saif ur Rahman al-Mubarakpuri
    Muhammad by Martin Lings
    The Noble Life of the Prophet by Shaykh Doctor Ali al-Salabee
    Muhammad: the Last Prophet: A Model for all Time by Shaykh Sayyed Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi
    Muhammad: Man and Prophet by Adil Salahi
    The Life of Muhammad : A Translation of Ibn Ishaq's Sirat Rasul Allah by A. Guillame
    Muhammad : The Ideal Prophet : A Historical, Practical, Perfect Model for Humanity by Shaykh Sayyed Nadwi
    Short Biography of The Prophet and His Ten Companions by Abdul Ghani al-Maqdisi
    Life of the Messenger by Imam al-Nawawi
    The Life of the Prophet Muhammad: English translation of Ibn Kathir's Al Sirah Al Nabawiyya
    A Mercy to Humanity by Shaykh Dr. 'Aid al-Qarni
    In the Company of the Prophet: God's Chosen Messenger by Shaykh Dr. Salman al-Oadah
    The life and times of Muhammad by Sir John Glubb
    Muhammad: A very short introduction by Jonathan AC Brown
    The Global Messenger by Umm Muhammad
    Footsteps of the Prophet - Tariq Ramadan
    Atlas on the Prophet's Biography by Dr. Shawqi Abu Khalil
    The Prophet Muhammad A Role Model for Muslim Minorities - Maulana Yaseen Mazhar Siddiqi Nadwi.

    Shamail al Tirmidhi - The Compendium of Prophetic Beauty A translation & commentary of Imam al-Tirmidhi’s
    al-Shamail al-Muhammadiyya - Translated by Muhammad Danyaal
    A Portrait of the Prophet As Seen by His Contemporaries Ash-Shama’il al-Muhammadiyya By Imam Muhammad ibn 'Isa at-Tirmidhi Translated by Muhtar Holland
    Ash-Shifa by Qadi Iyyad - MUHAMMAD MESSENGER OF ALLAH
    Kitab Ash-shifa bi tarif huqub al-Mustafa, (Healing by the recognition of the Rights of the Chosen One), By Qadi 'Iyad Ibn Musa al- Yashubi Translated by Aisha Abdarrahman Bewley
    Muhammad ﷺ as if you can see him - by Shaykh Doctor Aa'id al-Qarni
    Our Master Muhammad: The Messenger of Allah His Sublime Character and Exalted Attributes" 2 Volumes by 'Abdallah Sirajuddin al-Husayni translated by Khalid Williams.
    Al Adab al Mufrad: Imam Bukhari A Code for Everyday Living, By Imam Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Ismail Al-Bukhari
    Introduction and Partial Revision by Dr M M Azami
    Bidayat as-sul fi Tafdil ar-Rasul - The Beginning Of The Quest Of The High Esteem Of The Messenger by Sultan al-Ulama 'Izz ibn 'Abd al-Salam Translated By Aisha Bewley
    Muhammad His Character and Conduct By Adil Salahi

    Virtues Of The Prophet Revealed In The Quran. A Chapter from Imaam Al-Asbahaani's 'Dalaailil Nubuwwa' Al-Hafiz Abu Nu'aym Al-Asbahani (430 AH) Translated in English by Sameh Strauch
    Proofs Of Prophethood by Shaykh Abdel Haleem Mahmoud

    Books on the Sahaba (Companions Of The Prophet Muhammad)
    (Original post by Ibn Fulaan)
    Books on the Sahaaba

    Khalid Ibn Waleed: The Sword of Allah by A.I. Akram
    Hayatus Sahaaba by M. I. Yusuf
    Abu Bakr: Life and Times by Shaykh Doctor Ali al-Salaabee
    Uthmaan: Life and Times by Shaykh Doctor Ali al-Salaabee
    Umar: Life and Times by Shaykh Doctor Ali al-Salaabee
    Ali: Life and Times by Shaykh Doctor Ali al-Salaabee
    al-Hassan: Life and Times by Shaykh Doctor Ali al-Salaabee
    Commanders of the Muslim Armies
    Men Around the Messenger by Khalid Muhammad Khalid
    Companions of the Prophet by Abdul Wahid Hamid
    Heroes of Islam
    Child Companions around the Prophet
    Al Farooq by Prof. Shibli Numani
    The Lives Of The Sahabah by Maulana Muhammad Yusuf Khandalwi
    Al-Hasan & Al Hussein `The Two Grandsons of the Messenger of Allah by Mohammad Redha
    Khabbab Bin AI-Aratt – The Teacher by Abdul Basit Ahmad
    The Successors Of The Messenger by Khalid Muhammad Khalid
    Men & Women around the Messenger by Sa'd Yusuf Abu Aziz
    Great Women of Islam
    Women Around The Messenger

    Free ebooks: http://www.quran-errors.com/islamic-libary.html

    Important Advice for new members regarding debates (credit goes to IdeasForLife):

    This is basically a message to those of us who are new to religion section. I strongly urge new members to post with patience. I've come to notice that a lot of new Muslims put themselves in a difficult situation whilst debating. Sometimes you may give your conclusion before you actually give the reasoning behind that conclusion or you give quick vague reasoning. This gives your argument a lot of flaws which people are easily able to pick out and then make full use of. I understand that you may see an atheist saying something against your faith and you feel compelled to argue in favour of something because your religion dictates it. But if you haven't gone through the working and thought beforehand, then you're going to put yourself in a challenging situation or even an impossible task to come up with a valid argument to justify your view.

    Lets say you've jumped right in and you've been given a good rebuttal, you may then break to think properly and give a better argument which may justify your point. You've eventually done what you intended to do. But you've lost face to get there, and also perhaps, you've maybe put doubts into yourself(I'm sure we've all been at that stage unless someone is an incredibly good debater) because initially you weren't able to argue your point and the non-Muslim crushed you. Do not put yourself in that situation, if you want to debate then be patient, make sure you have the knowledge and then debate.

    When I first started debating at 13. I was bad (badder then I currently am!). I ran head first into debates. I had no knowledge, or well thought out argument and I took a beating. From my point of view, if I wasn't able to justify my view then perhaps it meant I'm wrong and that is due to Islam being wrong. But that wasn't the real reason; I was just an idiot who didn't do my research and didn't think out my arguments before I tried to use them. Do not put yourselves in such a situation. It is not good. If in future you come into contact with the person who destroyed your arguments, you're already heading into a new debates thinking that this person is somehow really good and knows what hes talking about. That is not always the case. Also lets say you repeat your actions and you get destroyed once more, eventually this will add up in your head. You keep repeatedly getting proved wrong so perhaps you are wrong,maybe Islam is wrong and this atheist follows the correct path.

    Lastly do not attempt to debate like four people at a time. It won't work. Give it some time and you're going to feel stressed. It's quite overwhelming to say the least.

    Without further ado; The I-Soc

    Translation; http://quran.com/1

    Asalaamulaykum, may my post be of benefit to you.

    Useful links(all credit to Reform):

    Asalamu alaykum.

    Tawheed lessons (usool al thalatha) :

    Lesson 1 is below and go through the playlist for others.


    Tafseer :

    Juz Amma by Nouman Ali Khan


    Interested in learning Arabic (from the Madinah books) from the comfort of your home? (not advisable but it's still good) :



    Seerah :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOUp3...A99D24CA2F9A8F (Yasir Qadhi's lectures on Seerah)

    http://www.enjoyislam.com/lectures/A...fMohammad.html (Anwar al awlaki's seerah )

    Short reminders :




    Anasheed :



    Why Salah is important:
    (Original post by beautifulxxx)
    I'm sure all of you will all agree that, salah is the most important thing in Islam after the shahadah. So it's important that we pray it properly and have kushoo - which is concentration in prayer.
    Here are some ways you can gain kushoo insha'Allah:

    1. Mentally prepare yourself. Give yourself time to contemplate what you're about to do and who you're standing before. If you come to salah with your mind still caught up in dunya, uni, job, fight etc... You're likely to think about those matters whilst praying. So instead, contemplate the importance of salah. Perhaps watch a 2/3 minute lectures that will rise fear in your heart. Remember how significant it is, and how the sahabah used to behave towards it.

    2. Remove anything that may distract you. I prayed near a mirror once, biggest mistake ever.

    3. Perfect you wudhu, as well as your appearance. If we were to meet Obama tomorrow, we wouldn't meet him in out Pjs. Have respect for the meeting with your lord, and make wudhu in the best way as prescribed by rasullulah sallallahu alayhi wasalam.

    4. Realise who it is you're standing before. The lord of the worlds and the heavens. The most high, most amazing, most kind, and generous. The one who has the power to do all things. The ever lasting, most forgiving, most perfect.

    5. Contemplate the ayah of the surah you're reciting. At least learn the tasfeer of surah al fatihah and the short ones at the end of the Quran.

    6. Again, think about the meaning of the words you say in ru'kuh, sujood etc...

    7. Remember death. This could very well be your last salah, and if you knew for sure that it was, you would perfect it. So pray as if it's your last prayer.

    8. Remember the day of judgement. It's nearer to us than we think, and the first question asked will be on salah. If it's accepted, all your deeds will be accepted insha'Allah, if it's not, well... well! I don't want to know what comes next.

    The only way we can get close to Allah, is through the deeds that he has made fard. Prayer in Islam is easy, beautiful, and a key to jannah. Try your best to perfect it insha'Allah.

    (Original post by ash92:))
    From an earlier post:

    Pray your salah with sincerity, humility, with awareness of what you say, with reflection on your own character and your relationship with your lord. Pray as if you may never get a chance to pray salah again. Pray solely to express your relationship with your Lord and compliance to His instruction to you - which He chose not to compel you to implement. Pray such that you take some time out of the matters of the dunya, detach yourself from its worries and tensions, and exclude the thought of all but your Lord.

    Pray your du'a with sincerity, with humility, with a longing to ask from your Rabb, your Ilaah, with the unshakable belief that He is listening and watching, with the sincere belief that nothing escapes Him and that if He wills He will give you what you ask for, and He will do so as and when He decides. Pray your du'a with the love of a worshipper, and with the fear of a dependent who fears that his Rabb - who is his master, provider, sustainer, nourisher, protecter, helper, guider - might detach His rahmah (mercy) and His barakah (blessing) from you, and if He wills, He will detach you from having a relationship with Him. Pray your du'a with the desperation to hold onto this. Pray keeping in mind that whatever He wills will come to be, there can be no restriction placed on Him, ta'ala.
    (Original post by ash92:))
    We supplicate/pray in salah, but we also prayer in du'a in addition to this - the latter being what prayer traditionally is believed to be, such as that of Christianity.

    In the former, we first testify to God's oneness and to God's majesty, then we recite Surah al-Faatiha (and thus, pray for help and guidance), and then recite a Surah other than that. When we bow, we are doing so in submission of God's greatness; when we prostrate, we are doing so in submission to God's sublimity. When we sit after prostration, we praise God, then invoke blessings on Muhammad (peace be upon him), and then invoke blessing on those amongst us who are righteous. Then we invoke blessing on Muhammad and his family (peace be upon them all). This is followed by praying for steadfastness in praying salah and then praying for our forgiveness, and the forgiveness of our parents and all those who believe. Salah is completed by sending peace upon other Muslims.

    In the latter (du'a), we ask for what we want - guidance, help, strength, success, forgiveness, and so on - for ourselves and others. In doing so, we hold out our hands, in a stat of humility before God, a state of acknowledgement with regards to God being able to do whatever He wills.
    (Original post by ash92:))
    In acknowledging God's greatness, and humbling oneself regardless of the potential to be arrogant, perceiving oneself to be greater than a being who is submissive to another, one who is not in need of another, etc. As God instructs this - humbleness - it is conforming to His instruction, in the hope of becoming a better person and being of those who God guides/helps/loves. Thus, it neither lessens nor empowers God, rather it is only we who are benefited by it.


    With regards to your analogy, it is true - one would only bow/be respectful, etc. to someone of power when seeking help. But one would certainly not do this to the Queen 'every day, all day'. Whereas if you share a relationship with this person of power which exceeds your personal gain and the sufficing of only a few of your needs, where you ask this being for help for all things (despite also making efforts on your own behalf, etc.) and you do not feel ashamed in doing so, and you have love for this being, and confide in Him and seek strength from Him, and ask from Him that which others could not provide, and know that what He does will be for your good without any malice or jealousy, etc. - then you wish to turn to this being often, for strength, for hope, for confidence, for success, and so on.


    On the authority of Mughira b. Shu'ba:
    Allah's Apostle (ﷺ) kept standing in prayer (for such long hours) that his feet were swollen. They (his Companions) said: Verily, Allah has pardoned for thee the earlier and the later of thine sins. Thereupon he said: Should I not prove myself to be a grateful servant (of Allah)?
    [Sahih al-Bukhari and Sahih Muslim]
    (Original post by ash92:))
    In fact, through salah, we spiritually develop ourselves, we are reminded to be humble, we obtain guidance through dhikr (remembrance of, by tongue and mind) of the Quran, we feel invigorated, we regularly do dhikr of God, we are reminded of God and his instructions (thus, facilitating taqwa [staying away from sin because of remembering Allah]), we take out time to detach from the dunya (worldly life) in order to be close to God, we regularly ask for guidance, we regularly ask for blessing (for ourselves and others), we regularly ask for forgiveness (for ourselves and others), and so forth.

    "And when My servants ask you concerning Me, then surely I am very near; I answer the prayer of the suppliant when he calls on Me, so they should answer My call and believe in Me that they may walk in the right way."
    [Surah al-Baqarah, ayah 186]
    (Original post by RoyalBlue7)
    Like it or not we are all slaves. We all worship something or someone. By worship I mean we strive to do things that would please our object of worship and we strive to avoid things that would displease our object of worship. Our object of worship is our ilah. No one could say that they have no ilah or no Lord.

    We are all born slaves of Allah. We are born into "La ilaha Il Allah" - we serve no other object of worship than Allah. Before our birth Allah gathered us all and asked a simple question : "Am I not your Lord?" and we replied "Of course you are!".

    But in this test of life we are bombarded with idols. External idols who appear to rival Allah and internal idols who appear to stand in between us and Allah as if they are some mediator between us and Allah. Our desires could be our idols too. The only way to prove to ourselves that we are still slaves of Allah and no one else (let it be some other diety, our desires, or even time) is to revolve ourselves around Salaah. Salaah is what seperates us from those who pretend that their Lord and Master is other than Allah.

    So let us makes sure that our Rabb every day is Allah and no one else! :yep:

    NAK once gave a good advice to pray with concentration: Spend two minutes before Salaah clearing up your mind and preparing for Salaah even after Wudhu.
    (Original post by Ankabout)
    I believe the quality of Salat improves if you actually know what the words mean (for those whose first language is not Arabic). So one should try to remember the translation.

    Another way to enhance Salat is to not rush it. Salat gives us an opportunity to connect with God so we should make it count.
    (Original post by Tennumbers)
    I think once you find enjoyment and an inner peace in praying Salah - it improves ones quality of Salah. This can be done by getting closer to Allah, learning more about the deen and being happy with whatever situation Allah has put you in. If you enjoy Salah then you automatically will have khushoo.
    (Original post by themorninglight)
    Asalamu alaykum,

    Was reading various ahadeeth on prayer (inspired by today's topic) and this one really moved me:

    Al Qasim bin Muhammad said, "Whenever I went out in the morning, I used to visit `Aishah رضي الله عنها (his aunt and the wife of the Prophet, صلى الله عليه و سلم) and greet her. One day I found her performing Ad Duha prayer, reciting this Ayah repeatedly, crying and invoking Allah: 'So Allah has been gracious to us, and has saved us from the torment of the Fire.' (52:27) I stood there until I felt bored, so I left and went to the market to do something and said to myself that when I finish what I have to do, I will go back to`Aishah, رضي الله عنها. When I finished and went back to her, I found her still standing in prayer, reciting the same Ayah, crying and invoking Allah.'" [Al Ihya 4/436]
    (Original post by themorninglight)
    - Uthman bin Abi Dahrash said, "I never performed a prayer without invoking Allah afterwards to forgive me for falling into shortcomings in the way I performed it." [Tarikhu Baghdad 13/207]

    - When Ali bin Al Husain used to perform Wudu, his color would change. His family asked him why this happened to him every time he performed Ablution, he sid, "Do you know before Whom I am about to stand (in prayer)?"

    - "I accompanied `Ata bin Rabah for eighteen yers. When he became old and weak, he used to stand in prayer and read close to two hundred Ayat from Surat al Baqarah while standing in such firmness that no part of him would move." [As Siyar 5/87, Sifat as Safwah 2/213]

    (Original post by ash92:))
    Ibn ‘Ijlan said:

    “Allah (‘azza wa jaal) made the believer’s strength in his heart and did not make it in his limbs, don’t you see a weak old man fast the hot days and stand (in prayer) at night while a young man is unable to do that.” [Sifat Al-Safwa, 3/341]
    (Original post by Al-farhan)
    on the topic of loss of concentration or waswaas.
    it is in the athaar that scholars said
    '' Alhmdulilah who said woe to those who are distracted from their salah, distracted in their salah. For if it had been said we would all be doomed''

    Best ways to concentrate during salah:
    1-know that you are standing in front of the lord of the universe
    2- say audu billah min al sheytaan al rajiim in yourself before reading fatihah
    3- clear your mind of everything
    4- try to get tuma'ninah in your prayer meaning do not rush it and as the prophet pbuh forbade speeding your salah as though like the rooster moving its head up and down fast to pick its food.
    (Original post by ash92:))
    33 Ways of developing Khushoo in Salaah (by Sh. Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid):

    (Original post by themorninglight)
    The Importance of Salah by Shariffa Carlo:

    (Original post by beautifulxxx)
    “The first matter that the slave will be brought to account for on the Day of Judgement is the prayer. If it is sound, then the rest of his deeds will be sound. And if it is incomplete, then the rest of his deeds will be incomplete.”
    (Original post by Biryani007)
    This helped me a whole lot alhamdulillah...

    Weird vid - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZr3_Ac_nB4

    May this thread benefit you all


    another - http://www.quran-errors.com/

    DOAM - Documenting Oppression Against Muslims


    YES! :awesome:

    Edit: Assalamualaikum, hope this benefits you

    Useful links to learn more about Islam;

    Quran : http://www.quran.com

    Quran (word by word) : http://corpus.quran.com/wordbyword.jsp

    Tafseer of the Quran : http://www.linguisticmiracle.com/tafsir

    Hadith : http://www.sunnah.com
    : http://www.hadithcollection.com/

    Download Quranic audio: http://www.quranicaudio.com
    How to download:
    1) Press the link of the surah, and right click it
    2) Choose the 'Save link' option

    Prayer times : http://www.salah.com

    Downlad books (FREE!): http://www.kalamullah.com
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    As salaamu alaykum
    Wa 'alaykum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

    Great job

    Next thread needs to have a female OP
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    (Original post by Biryani007)
    Next thread needs to have a female OP
    Vote sister Ruh innit, outsmarted me to 10,000 poster by deleting one of her posts

    (Original post by Biryani007)
    Next thread needs to have a female OP
    I second this
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Vote sister Ruh innit, outsmarted me to 10,000 poster by deleted one of her posts
    I've done that before too...therefore I vote myself :innocent:
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    (Original post by ash92:))
    See the ISOC pictures page here:

    Feel free to add
    Nice pictures of Makkah! Will add some interesting ones inshaAllah :yy:
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