Sunday, November 29, 2009


Assalamu 'alaikum wa rahmatuLlahi wa barakatuH

I've heard many kafiruns says that Islam treats women like slaves and that they abuse them with an addition that the woman in Islam have no rights.Also they said that the muslims forced the muslimahs to veil themselves by wearing the hijab etc.
Since they are not muslims,it's quite understandable that they might not understand anything of Islamic teachings and the rights of a muslimahs and all,but it's still wrong for them to make fitnah on Islam like that.Firstly,Islam does not treats women like a slave but furthermore Islam honor them more than man.Secondly,the women that has been abuse in Islam are not the teachings of Islam but in contrary it's their husband,father etc egos that they've been treated that way,plus Islam orders the muslims to treat their wife gently and nice.
As a muslim we all know it,plus i would not care much if the kafiruns said that we forced the women to wear a hijab,but it hurts me more to hear that the muslimah complained to people that we forced them to wear it and some might say that they are ashamed to wear it.

Yes,Maybe their Father or Husband might forced them to wear a hijab,but firstly their reasons are:
1)It is an honor for them(the women) in the Divine presence
2)It is an order from Allah
3)for every women in islam who is dragged in to Jahannam,Hell,they will dragged another 4 muslim brothers;
i)Their Husband
ii)Their Father
iii)Their Son
iv)Their Siblings Brother

And the person that is the most easiest to get to Allah is a women,Allah honors them more than man.It's easier for them to be a true servant of Allah and to become waliyah,which is not important,but it's a greatest honor for them and for us all when Allah says "you're a true slave of mine" only by hearing those words from our God Almighty is already enough and a great pleasure for us.
The reason why people heard so much story about a wali and less about waliyah it might be because men are idiots,when they get their mind on something,they'll try what ever it takes to have it while women are easily attach to something,like for example if they've found a woman of their dreams,they'll do crazy and idiotic stuff and chase her around until she finally love him back or maybe let her go if she finds someone else.Usually in the old times,it's the boys that are chasing the girls,but now,in the end of times you can also see the girls that are chasing the boys.As for the women,they have 9 nafs,which if they can control them all,it'll be easy for them to get closer to Allah,that's their weapon.
If they can control all of their emotions,egos,nafs it's a great honor for them.
In average between man and a woman,obviously man has a greater ego.And between their lustful desires,obviously man has a greater lustful desires than the woman,the greatest part is that between both parties,women are more emotional than man,that is their way to get closer to Allah.They are sensitive,while man are not that sensitive,and they are usually more humble than the man,plus they are more caring.But,the jealousy between the both parties,usually it's the woman who gets jealous easily and get hurt easily.The only way that brings woman slower or harder to Allah is that they are easy to get jealous,hurt,complained,lots of talking/gossips.
That's what i've been teach anyway,sorry if i am wrong,please do forgive me.
One of our teachers once said "Every time you talk on unbeneficial stuff,you're closing your inner heart towards Allah" ",or so she said.
Above it all, woman has a lot of advantages to get closer to Him,Exalted is He.
If i could envy,i would have envy the muslimah for God has created or put in their souls in a women body.AlhamduliLlah,we are not.

Lastly,you might have notice that i've been saying alot about the hijabs in this post or maybe another post.
For some of you it might be just a scarf veiling the head,but in reality it's more than that.
Since we're living in singaporean,AlhamduliLlah,people here accepted the religion of Islam,so it's easier for our sisters in Islam to veil themselves without feeling awkward(or maybe they have?) or anything like that.But what if we're living in a country like america? Which not all of them accepted it but they might have also critic so it might discourage our sisters over there.
But to all sisters who are reading,i hope that you would wear your hijab not to care what others think or for fashion or being force and feel awkward when wearing it.
It's simple but a great honor and value towards Allah when you're wearing it,especially when you're wearing it out of love for the Divine.
And the reason i've been bolding this topic it's because of our beloved prophet Mustafa [s] has come for the last ummah,

The Apostle of Allah [s] once said:"I have not yet seen two groups of Jahannamis,(because they have not emerged thus far).One group is of those men who will have lashes size of the tails of oxen,in their hands,with which they will lash the faces of others.The other group is of those women who will wear clothes,yet they will be naked.They will attempt to attract people towards themselves and they will incline towards people(men).Their heads will appear to be like a dromedary(camel).Such women will never be able to enter Jannat,nay,they will not even smell the fragrance of Jannat,although the fragrance of Jannat will spread far"

i)These days,scantily clad women or women who wear fine(see through) clothing are those who have put on clothes,yet they are naked.Women dressed in tight,figure hugging clothing also fall in this category.

ii)Women who wear high buns on the head are those whose heads appear to be like the hump of a camel.

This information and explanation i got it from the book title "SIGNS OF QIYAMAH" and the author or explanation from Mohammed Ali Ibn Zubair Ali.

And now,you can see many muslimah wearing tight T-shirt and jeans until you some times can see the shape of their body.(God knows best what their niat are,so we would not judge them)
I hope the sisters or brothers can take this seriously and could help by just spreading this message.
As the Prophet [s] once said to spread his [s] words,even if is just one word,or so he [s] said.

until now,
we hope that we don't waste your time or anything like that, and please forgive me for any mistakes that i have made in this post and please do inform us if there is.

wassalamu alaikum wa rahmatuLlahi wa barakatuHu.
waLlahu A'lam

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Why do women Cry

A little boy asked his mother, "Why are you crying?" "Because I'm a woman,"she told him. "I don't understand," he said. His Mom just hugged him andsaid, "And you never will." Later the little boy asked his father, "Whydoes mother seem to cry for no reason?" "All women cry for no reason," wasall his dad could say. The little boy grew up and became a man, stillwondering why women cry. Finally he put in a call to God. When God got onthe phone, he asked, "God, why do women cry so easily?" God said: "When Imade the woman she had to be special. I made her shoulders strong enough tocarry the weight of the world, yet gentle enough to give comfort. I gaveher an inner strength to endure childbirth and the rejection that manytimes comes from her children. I gave her a hardness that allows her tokeep going when everyone else gives up, and take care of her family throughsickness and fatigue without complaining. I gave her the sensitivity tolove her children under any and all circumstances, even when her child hashurt her very badly. I gave her strength to carry her husband through hisfaults and fashioned her from his rib to protect his heart. I gave herwisdom to know that a good husband never hurts his wife, but sometimestests her strengths and her resolve to stand beside him unfalteringly. Andfinally, I gave her a tear to shed. This is hers exclusively to usewhenever it is needed." "You see my son," said God, "the beauty of a womanis not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the wayshe combs her hair. The beauty of a woman must be seen in her eyes, becausethat is the doorway to her heart - the place where love resides."

Friday, November 20, 2009


Imam Ghazali said in Ihya' `Ulum al-Din: "Fasting is definitely desirable in certain meritorious days, some of them being found in every year, others in every month, and others in every week. Those that are found in every year after the days of Ramadan are:

the Day of `Arafa [= 9th of Dhul Hijja]
the Day of `Ashura' [= 10th of Muharram]
the first Ten Days of Dhu al-Hijja
the first ten days of Muharram
And all the sacred months are preferred for fasting... and they are:

Dhu al-Qi`da, Dhu al-Hijja, Muharram, and Rajab."

`Abd Allah ibn Mas`ud said: The Prophet said: "There are no days in the year in which deeds are more meritorious than in the Ten

Days [i.e. the first ten days of Dhu al-Hijja]." Someone asked: "Not even Jihad in the path of Allah?" He replied: "Not even Jihad in the path of Allah." Haythami said: "Tabarani narrated it in al-Mu`jam al-kabir and the narrators in its chain of transmission are all those of sound (sahih) narrations.

The nights are included in the mention of the days. Allah swore an oath by them when He said: "By the Dawn! By Ten Nights!" (89:1-2) and the authors of Tafsir al-Jalalayn said: "They are the first ten nights of Dhul Hijja."


The `Eid prayer is a Sunna mu'akkada or confirmed Sunna and is recommended to be prayed in congregation. It is wajib (obligatory) in the Hanafi madhhab and therefore required of every person who is required to perform Jum`a, i.e. healthy male residents of the region in which it is performed.

It is a Sunna mu'akkada and, in the Hanafi madhhab, a wajib, for every adult Muslim man and woman to sacrifice at least one shat -- a sheep or a goat -- for `Eid al-Adha. This may be done any time after the prayer on the first day of `Eid until sunset on the last of the two days following the first day. One may have someone else perform the sacrifice on his behalf, whether in his presence or in absentia.

It is recommended not to eat anything on the day of `Eid al-Adha until one perform the Prayer.

It is recommended to perform ghusl (major ablution) before the prayer, any time after Fajr even if one does not attend the prayer.

It is recommended for men to dress their best and wear perfume. It is Sunna to come to the mosque early and on foot, and to return home by a different route. It is preferable for a `Eid Congregation to pray outdoors.

[taken/copied from]

Abdullah Ibn 'Umar radiyallahu anhu related that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam said, "No days are as weighty with Allah and so liked by Him for good deeds than the first ten days of Zul Hijjah. So on these days increasingly read Subhãnallah, Lã ilãha illallãh, Alhamdulillah and Allahu Akbar." (Musnad Ahmad)
Abu Hurayrah radiyallahu anhu related that Rasoolullah sallalahu alayhi wasallam said, "On no days is the worship of Allah desired more than in the (first) ten days of Zul Hijjah. The fast of each of these days is equal to the fast of a whole year, and the worship of each of these nights is equal to the worship of Laylatul Qadr." (Tirmizi, Ibn Mãjah)

salam wr wb alaikum,

so we're now entering another sacred month ins the calender Islam,which is Dhul Hijjah.

at this month is where korban or basically sacrificial of the sheeps will be taken place and you all have already know the story behind it,between nabi Ibrahim [as] and nabi Ismail [as].

also,our teacher remind us to korban or sacrifice everyhting we had only for the sake of our beloved mustafa[saw] and Allah,and he encourages us try not to commit any sins(purposely) on that first 10days of this month and to fasts during this 9 days of Dhul Hijjah ,if not tried fasting 8th and 9th of Dhul Hijjah since there's alot of barakah in it,if not,at the very least on the 9th of Dhul Hijjah .

until now,

wassalam wr wb alaikum.


Below are a number of Duas that you can make or use as a model to make your own set of supplications during these blessed days.

1. Oh Allah, please forgive me for all of the bad that I've done. You are so Merciful and kind, please forgive me, and help me stay away from all that's wrong. It's so hard for me, and I'm so weak but You are the Strong. Please increase me in sincerity.

2. Oh Allah, please make my family stronger on the path of struggle as You made the family of Abraham stronger.

3. Oh Allah, help me and my family share Islam with our neighbors, co-workers and classmates in the best way, with wisdom and beautiful preaching. Let us become the means by which they gain a better understanding of Islam and accept this beautiful way of life.

4. Oh Allah, make me of Your sincere, humble and grateful servants the way Prophet Abraham was. And please remove all of my insincerity, arrogance and ungratefulness.

5. Oh Allah, save the people of Afghanistan, Palestine, Kashmir, Chechnya, the untouchables of India, Ethiopia, Somalia, Chiapas, Iraq, different parts of Africa and others from internal and external oppressors and give them justice. Protect us all from violence, fear and danger, You are our Protector.

6. Ya Allah, unite Muslims and all people of conscience to work together for the oppressed and the poor.

7. Oh Allah, increase me in knowledge to please You, not to seek fame, glory, status or material wealth. Let this knowledge strengthen me as a Muslim and let it benefit humanity.

8. Oh Allah, please guide my children and all children. Protect them, my Lord, from all of the evil influences that are around them. Give them friends who will strengthen their faith and help them stay on the Straight Path.

9. Oh Allah, make it easy for me to accept all that You have decreed for me, and please make it easy for me to turn to You during trials and difficulties. Let these difficult moments of my life make me a stronger Muslim and more sincere to You.

10. Oh Allah, help orphans and the poor wherever they are, but especially right now in Afghanistan. Give me the means and ability to do whatever I can for them.

11. Oh Allah, cleanse my heart of the sicknesses of arrogance and pride and let me die as one of the sincere, humble Muslims.

12. Oh Allah, all of my brothers and sisters who are suffering for Your sake through torture, violence, in jails, etc. around the world please forgive their sins and grant them Paradise.

13. Oh Allah, open up a way for me to make Hajj as soon as possible, so that I can fulfill my obligation to You.

14. Oh Allah, please give me patience and help me control my anger for Your sake.

15. Oh Allah, please help me and all of my Mulsim brothers and sisters around the world change our erring ways and guide us to the Straight Path. Help us all live the life of true Muslims, striving towards the example of Your Beloved Messenger, Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) and his Companions.

[taken from our brother blog,naqshi]

Thursday, November 5, 2009


Sufism is a search for one's self. It is a search for who you really are and how you fit into the universe, the oneness of Allah.You must be prepared to confront the worst within yourself in order to bring your transformation about.You must let go of your ego.You must control your emotions.You must learn to treat others equally regardless of race, religion, etc. because we are all equal.If you want to follow Sufism you must be prepared to be humble. How can one be humble when they wear their accomplishments like a garment cloaking themselves in their pride? Can you become humble?If not, then don't bother to try and follow Sufism.You must put yourself through the fire as steel is forged in fire to make it strong.Can you stand the flames of searching for your worst qualities and making them known not only to yourself but others who would come before you? Can you dare yourself to be so honest as to identify all you bad qualities and do something about them?Do you have the capacity to lower yourself and be among the people rather than think yourself superior?Regardless of the position you hold in this life?Can you stop preaching what should be done, but rather practice no matter how difficult it is to do at all costs?Can you? Can you? Can you????Do you truly have a burning love for Allah SWT or is it just words?Are you taking your spiritual journey for granted? Are you truly seeking to get the best out of this transformation for your deen?If not, then Don't follow Sufism, if you can do all these and more then you MUST learn about Sufism and what it means.Do not delay....begin your journey before it is too late.Be truthful with your inner heart, because every lie is there and will lead to a cascade of events which will create a snowball affect leading the lies to overtake your good deeds.....So, if you are ready for the journey within to discover who you really are then follow Sufism.Now that I have your attention - this has been written to make a reader look harder at what is being written rather than passing it by. Thank you for your time, and please do not take offense at the style used to point these things out.

[was taken from one of our sisters blog,Sandra]

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Does God Exist?

That's what Most people in the world are asking ..
For us muslims,most of us are already born in a religious-family..
so we were thought to believe in God which is Allah(swt) and his messengers(be upon them peace) and other parts that is related to the religion.
But what if you're not born in an Islamic-family?
what if you're born in a Christian-family instead?
will you still believe that the one and only God is Allah(swt) instead of Jesus Christ?
Or what if you're not born in any religious-family?
will you still believe that God exist? and he is the one and only Allah(swt)?

are you forced to believe in Allah(swt) because of your parents? or do you just blindly believe in Him and blindly follow His orders(eg.praying,zakat,hajj.. etc) and His prophet(saw)?or you really do believe in Him because you know He exist?

here are some of the basically mind-set of an atheist:

p/s:the starting and the ending of the video has some sensual picture of a cartoon in it.
so sorry about it,but the content of the videos are interesting.

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Even some of our muslim brothers and sisters now-a-days only said that they believe in Allah but yet they don't even follow His orders ,that's one thing ..but the worse part is that they even disobeyed and totally forgot about him eg.not praying,zinah etc. ..
Maybe it's not their fault,since all humans are created weak in the first place.
But at least we should try ah and remember Him in everything we do and slowly try to follow His orders if we really believe in Him.inshaAllah.

On the authority of Abu Umamah (may Allah be pleased with him), who said that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: Allah (mighty and sublime be He) said:
Truly of those devoted to Me the one I most favour is a believer who is of meagre means and much given to prayer, who has been particular in the worship of his Lord and has obeyed Him inwardly (1), who was obscure among people and not pointed out, and whose sustenance was just sufficient to provide for him yet he bore this patiently. Then the Prophet (pbuh) rapped his hand and said: Death will have come early to him, his mourners will have been few, his estate scant.
(1) i.e. he has not been ostentatious in his obedience.
It was related by at-Tirmidhi (also by Ahmad ibn Hanbal and Ibn Majah). Its chain of authorities is sound.
And it is also stated that we're only faithful to Him when we remember him and we're unfaithful towards Him when we don't remember him.

Ok since we've promised our friend to post the video that he recommended in here,we'll now do it and continue on this post that has long abandoned.sorry friend if a little late. Actually we wanted to make a video reply,but i have no idea how to do it's canceled(excuses..)

Buddha is peace,Jew is peace,Christian is peace and Islam is peace.
All religion is peace,they are craving for peace,they wish for peace because all of them believe in the existence of God since God Himself is Peace.
While the freethinkers or atheist don't believe in the existence of God or any other 'miracles' in this earth,they only believe in logic,they'll try to proof scientifically that God doesn't exist and that all of this existence is just a coincidence,Big Bang Theory etc. The word 'free-thinkers' which basically means that they are free to think of anything,their thinking can be widely spread or think about anything in this world,is it not?sorry if I'm wrong.But they are so obsessed about thinking outside,they are so blind that they can't even see the miracles of God outside since they are not actually thinking and they are even blinder that they can't even see the miracles or mystery of God within themselves.Are they not thinking what is the difference between the dead and alive?are they not thinking why the living is still breathing while the dead are not?are they not thinking that they are just like robots,except of metals,they have organs inside of them?Robots need electricity to go on 'living' while us humans need air,food and drink.But what really makes the living difference from the dead?
The living,they have soul,while the dead doesn't.No one can explain the mystery of the soul because it's God's secret.Not even the most intelligent scientist,The soul is already illogical,it's something beyond humans knowledge.Does the soul has a form? or how does it look like? are the soul in the hands? or maybe the lungs? or maybe the brain? Only God knows where. But some scholars says that it's within the heart while others says it might be everywhere or not exactly in the heart.God knows Best.
Calling themselves free thinkers,while they are not exactly thinking freely since they have already think in one mindset.
Our friends,if we think seriously about the existence of the world,the existence of God and we do not give favour to any of our thinking and we are fair with it all,Allah will definitely guide us.and all the doubts will be erased.
While religion is but a way to find God and be with Him.And Islam is the one only Truth while the other idols worshippers are not.

Shaykh Bawa Muhaiyadden (r) always reminded us to ask this question:
Who am I?Why am I here?Who is God?
which means that am I doing this thing for God?am I getting closer to Him?am I born to do this?
every time we do something,we need to ask ourselves.Slowly when we ask,we'll try to solve it,when we do,we are getting closer and closer to Him.

We will stop here for now,sorry if there's any mistakes,please do inform us.All good from God,while others are from us. It's are reminder for ourselves and to all of our beloved.
Until now,

wassalam 'alaikum wr wb.