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Will You Get A Gold Medal in this Olympics?

Just read a very very beneficial email mashaAllah regarding how to end the month of Ramadhaan. I hope that you all take benefit from it and may Allah give us the strength and tawfeeq to finish this month and to finish it with excellence.

When you think of the month of Ramadhaan, it is so similar to the Olympics… in the sense that in all those sports, the ones who win are the ones who generally give it all they got in the last stretch.. whether it’s swimming or the relay… Similarly, fasting for the entire month starts to take its toll the most at the end! Not at the beginning. The taraweeh prayers are full at the beginning because generally people have more enthusiasm and energy in the beginning of Ramadhaan.

It’s only after the month starts to progress do you see the ones who really WANT to catch laylatul qadr and the forgiveness of Allah and their duas being accepted that they DO NOT GIVE UP!

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Clear Expositions of the Differences Between Salafiyyah & the Political, Partisan & Innovated Propaganda

As salaamu ‘alaykum,

Sheikh Muhammad ibn Ramzan will be conducting a weekly minhaj class starting Monday at 2:15 pm Eastern Time inshaAllah.

Teleconference no: +1-712-432-3030

passcode: 206066

In shaa Allaah, this link-up will take place every monday until the shaykh completes his comments upon his treatise

الكواشف الجلية للفروق بين السلفية والدعوات السياسية الحزبية البدعية

al-Kawaashif al-Jilliyyaah lil-Furooq baynas-Salafiyyah wad-Da’awaat as-Siyaasiyyah wal-Hizbiyyah wal-Bid’iyyah

(Clear Expositions of the Differences Between Salafiyyah and the Political, Sectarian, and Heretical Propaganda)

The Arabic book can be downloaded from below links

http://www.sahab.net/forums/showthread.php?p=413570

For further updates please refer http://salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=28&Topic=12220

If the brothers can’t take out time because of their jobs, atleast the sisters who are at home should try to attend and benefit inshaa’Allaah. BaarakAllaahu feekum.