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 In The Name Of God, the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

Friday, June 18, 2010


Donate your car for a worthy cause  

Your donation will benefit Islamic Outreach Services, to continue and improve our collective mission of promoting justice, peace and harmony. IslamiCity's Outreach Services is working to enhance Islamic education and an objective view of Islam around the world.

Car donations are turned into much-needed funds to:

  • Expand Dawa Call Center.

  • Support new Muslims with much needed educational resources.

  • Facilitate new Muslims with Quran learning tools.

  • Increase awareness by providing information, access to news and stories, and an interactive forum for Muslims and non-Muslims.

Please make this year a time of hope and celebration as in "Dawa by Donations" and together we can and will make a difference, InshaAllah.

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The Environment, Quran and the Burden of Scholars   
IT HAPPENED IN the Masjid of Madinah, the Mosque of the Messenger of Allah, sallallahu alayhe wa sallam. Those who made Salatul-Maghrib there would mostly come together to listen to the weekly lecture in tafseer from well-known mufassir (commentator on the Qur'an) and major scholar of Islam, the late Shaykh Muhammad al-Ameen Ash-Shinqiti (d.1973). He recited the verse he was going to explain, ayah 56 of Surah al-'Araf, or The Heights. As he read "Nor shall you spread corruption in the earth after it has been set aright (by God)" the Shaykh choked up and began to sob. He tried to continue, but could not utter a word. To the astonishment of those present, for he was not one known for emotional display, he went on crying inconsolably- until it was time for the salah of isha, as a matter of fact. He was never seen experiencing anything like this before or after. 

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What is the light of God?  
The Prophet tells us that God created angels out of light. Light is a name of God, and the Koran tells us that "God is the light of the heavens and the earth" (24:35). In order to understand what angels are, we have to understand what light is. It will not help us much to think about light in physical terms. Rather, we have to grasp the signs that are revealed to us when we observe light. 

Normally, we think of light as visible, but in fact, it is invisible. We can only see light when it is mixed with darkness. If there were only light and no darkness, we would be blinded by its intensity. Look at what happens when you gaze at the sun, which is 93 million miles away and is viewed through the earth's atmosphere. If we moved outside the atmosphere, just few miles closer to the sun, we could not possibly look at it for a moment without losing our eyesight. What we call visible light is pretty pale stuff. It can hardly compare with unfiltered sunlight, much less with the divine light, which illuminates the whole cosmos. Hence, it is said in Islam that God's light is so bright that people have all been blinded by it. 

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The first Arab woman to reach the North Pole  
27 year old Elham made this journey as an an unassisted mission, meaning she hade to drag all the supplies she need for the journey behind her on a sled weighing almost as much as she did.




 How to criticize or admonish someone?

 To admonish your brother in private is to advise him and improve him. But to admonish him publicly is to disgrace and shame him.

Imam Shafii

Also known as Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Idris al-Shafii. He was a Muslim jurist born in Gaza and lived from 767 CE to 820 CE. 



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