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The story of Prophet Eesaa -II

In the first part of the Story of Prophet 'Eesaa (Jesus)  may  Allaah  exalt  his  mention we highlighted the most important events in his life: his miraculous birth, his childhood, the opposition of the Jewish authorities to his mission, his miracles, etc. Here we continue his story:

Prophet 'Eesaa  may  Allaah  exalt  his  mention continued calling people to Almighty Allaah and laying down for them what might be called the 'Law of the Spirit.' Once, when standing on a mountain surrounded by his disciples, 'Eesaa  may  Allaah  exalt  his  mention saw that those who believed in him were from among the poor, the wretched, and the downtrodden, and their number was small. Some of the miracles which 'Eesaa  may  Allaah  exalt  his  mention performed had been requested by his disciples, such as their wish for a 'holy table-spread' to be sent down from heaven.

Gateways of Goodness in Ramadan-I

Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {The month of Ramadan [is that] in which was revealed the Quran, a guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion. So whoever sights [the new moon of] the month, let him fast it.} [Quran 2:185]


“Nor does he speak from [his own] inclination. It is not but a revelation revealed.” [Quran 53:3-4]
It is necessary for complete understanding of the meaning of the Sunnah to appreciate and understand the way Sunnah originates from the person of the Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam. In essence, this took place in three forms or ways:Through sayings, actions, as well as his physical characters and per­sonal attributes and his approvals of others’ acts and sayings:

Â’ishah relates that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Allah loves that when one of you engages in any work, he should carry it out with proficiency.” The hadîth is related by al-Bayhaqî in Shu`ab al-Îmân (5080, 5081 and 5082) and authenticated by al-Albânî. This hadîth applies to all lawful endeavors. Its meaning is universal. Whenever a person shows concern for his work, others will value it more. When a chef prepares the main course, he makes it stand out from the other dishes. He takes every care in its preparation and its presentation… and it shows.

The Arabic word “Sunnah” can be literally translated as a “well-trodden path,” and may be understood to mean the customary practice of a person or group. Within an Islamic context, the Sunnah refers to the religious teaching and customary religious practice of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). With regard to the Sunnah, the Qur’an repeatedly proclaims that Muslims are to obey the Prophet Muhammad and to follow his illustrious example of behaviour and conduct. As such, the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is religiously authoritative and binding on all Muslims.

General Clarification regarding the Danish people

Freedom of opinion and expression is guaranteed in Islam and considered one of its main contributions to the world more than 1400 years ago. In fact, all divine faiths, religions and laws ensure freedom of opinion and expression with the provision that such expression does not lead to abuse and discrimination of others or incite hatred- religious or ethnic. One of the worst forms of religious discrimination is ridiculing the prophets and messengers.

 By SUMMER HARLOW, The News Journal

Young people find stereotypes a challenge
By SUMMER HARLOW, The News Journal

Posted Sunday, September 9, 2007

Ahmad (Drew) Marshall, 23, a University of Delaware senior, was introduced to Islam through a class in Islamic art. Raised a Presbyterian in Hockessin, he converted two years ago. (Buy photo) The News Journal/BOB HERBERT


The Messenger of Allah (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said:

"It is not an act of piety to fast while on a journey." [Al-Bukhari]

The Messenger of Allah (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said:

7 Tips for a Healthier Ramadan

Eat Suhur

The Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, highly recommend eating this pre-dawn meal before a day of fasting. While you may want to pass to catch some more sleep, remember that you can always take a catnap while you're fasting, but you won't be able to eat or drink. To make it easier, set out utensils and dry food on the table before going to bed so you can quickly eat and go back to sleep after Suhur.

Limit fat intake

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