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Best New Business To Start In 2011!!

December 27, 2010 11 comments

(Note: As of Jan. 4th, 2011, the course was re-opened for one more day… take action now before it closes inshaAllah)

As salaamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullah

As you probably know, this blog is about the religion of Islaam in its entirety. There is no doubt that earning rizq from halaal sources is from the religion as well.

I try to keep up with the latest technologies as best as I can, keeping in mind that some of our scholars even like Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen rahimahullah also loved the latest technological gadgets and the likes.

So I recently came across this business opportunity and it really blew me away. There is not a big issue of other competition because of the huge potential but also the fact that you’re immediately recognized as an expert because this is cutting edge technology.

So check this out….

The best new business to start in 2011!!! The Google Guys, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates etc… all say this is it… I 1,000,000,000% agree!

(If there any questions or comments, feel free to ask by sending a private email or leave a comment below)


Ahhhh… The Day of Christmas

December 25, 2010 1 comment

Today is 25th December when each year most Christians around the world celebrate Christmas. The unfortunate thing is that the reality of the affair is different than what many Christians understand Christmas to be…

So for our dear readers, whether they are Muslim or non-Muslim, we would like to share with them the following audios that they can benefit from.


Should Muslims Celebrate Christmas?

Should Muslims Celebrate Christmas?

Abdul-Waahid, Abu Khadeejah

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This is a Friday sermon delivered on 18th December 2009. It discusses the reality of Christmas and the Islamic view concerning it and other non-Islamic festivals.

The speaker finishes by mentioning the responsibility of Muslim parents towards their children when these non-Islamic festivals come about.



The Realities of Christmas

“The Realities of Christmas”

Bilaal Davis, Abu Hakeem

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This lecture was delivered via tele-link, hence, the sound quality reflects the circumstances. The speaker, haafidhahullaah, explains, in great detail, the origin of many acts that are falsely practised during this period.

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For more on this topic, listen or download: Muslims Participating in Christmas by Shaikh Ibn Baz (FREE MP3!)


Ten of the Most Powerful Healing Herbs and Spices

December 22, 2010 2 comments
Ten of the Most Powerful Healing Herbs and Spices
Wednesday, December 08 2010 – by SoundHealth

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Some of the most powerful healers can be found in the kitchen – herbs and spices. These wonderfully fragrant and flavor-enhancing additions to food also contain a wealth of natural healing properties that have a number of diverse benefits, from aiding digestion to reducing the risk of cancer.

All herbs and spices contain substances that promote healing, and here are just ten of the most powerful ones, and some reasons why you should be using them in cooking and as health-enhancers:

  • 1. Cinnamon – cinnamon bark contains an oil-like substance that kills a variety of illness causing bacteria, including E.coli andSalmonella, and research shows that cinnamon is able to stop the growth of the Asian flu virus. Cinnamon has a surprisingly strong effect on the brain and mood; its distinctive smell helps to reduce anxiety and stress, increase alertness, and prevent moodswings caused by fluctuating blood-sugar levels.
  • 2. Turmeric – turmeric contains curcumin, a powerful antioxidant chemical that detoxifies carcinogens and calms inflammation, making it useful for easing auto-immune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and allergies. It appears to work just like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, without the side effects. Turmeric is such as strong anti-inflammatory that only a small amount is enough to reduce the risk of illness.Curcumin, which gives this spice its vivid golden color, also helps to prevent the build up of fatty deposits in the arteries, and so may protect against conditions such as Alzheimer’s and heart disease.
  • 3. Basil – basil contains volatile oils, which account for the medicinal properties of this herb. It relieves flatulence, is an aid todigestion and its antiseptic properties are said to benefit acne. This fragrant oil also has antimicrobial effects. Recent tests have found that basil oils can counteract the growth of antibiotic-resistant superbugs, including those that cause food poisoning and others that infect wounds. Read more…
Categories: Good Health

“I am from amongst those few.”

December 17, 2010 Leave a comment

The Prophet (‘aleyhi salat wa salam) said:

“The life spans of my Ummah are between sixty and seventy years, few amongst them surpass this.”

Ibn Urfah said: “I am from amongst those few.”

Shaykh Al-Albaani (rahimahullaah) comments:

“I say; I am also amongst those few, for I have surpassed the age of 84, I ask Allaah the Glorified, that I am amongst those who lived long with good deeds. But I also almost wish that I pass away, due to what the Muslims have been afflicted with concerning deviation from the religion, and what is happening to them, even from the lowly. But how can I wish so, while the Hadeeth of Anas has been before my eyes since my youth, I cannot say except what my Prophet ordered me to say: “O Allaah, keep me alive as long as living is better for me, and take my soul if death is better for me.”

Sahih Mawarid Ad-Dhaman”, 2087


Categories: Manhaj (Methodology)

The first dialogue between woman and man

December 17, 2010 Leave a comment

Suddi narrated through Abu Saalih and Abu Maalik from Ibn ‘Abbaas and Ibn Mas’ud, and also from some other Companions who said:

Iblis (Satan) was expelled from Paradise and Adaam was made to dwell in it. He wandered through it alone as he had no partner in whom he could seek his comfort. However, once he slept and when he woke up, he found a woman sitting near his head, whom Allaah had created from his rib. Adam asked her: “What are you?” She replied: “A woman.” He asked her again: “What are you created for?” She answered: “So you could seek comfort in me.” Angels who were well aware of the extent of the knowledge of Adam asked: “What is her name O Adaam?” He said: “Eve (Hawwa).” They asked him: “Why is it Hawwa?” Adam replied: “Because she was created from something living.

  • Transcribed from: Stories of the Prophets (peace be upon them) || Ibn Kathir

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Categories: Manhaj (Methodology)