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What is the Koran?

The Messenger of Allah, Muhammad sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allah exalt his mention ) said: “The best amongst you are those who learn the Quran and teach it.” [Al-Bukhari]

The Quran is the Book of Allah, and he chose it to be the end of the Book of Heaven. He is the merciful and the greatest, and it was the source of the final religion for Prophet Muhammad Salallah “Arahi wa Salaam” (may Allah praise his mention) and was revealed as a guide to humanity. His revelation was a turning point for mankind. What changed the world, changed the flow of history, saved humanity and reformed it was the power that manifested the entire existence as if it had been recently rebuilt.
The Quran is the strongest test in support of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam (may Allaah mention it) and his greatest sign. This is proof of its predictability and reliability. Allah, the greatest, says in the Qur’an (which means:) They (unbelievers) want to shut the light of Allah in their mouths. But Allah fulfills his light. The pagan did not like this, he sent his apostles in the right direction and true religion so that they could improve themselves in all religions. [Quran 61: 8-9]
The Quran is the guidance that mankind needs to achieve freedom, happiness and success, in this life and the next.
The Qur’an is a complete and complete book. It addresses the problems that human beings need not only for their subsequent salvation, but also for peace, justice and prosperity in this world. These questions are addressed in three main categories in the Qur’an: theology, dentistry and intelligence, and Islamic law (or Sharia). Therefore, it provides the basic principles, vision and knowledge necessary to plan and move forward in a good life. All of this takes a much deeper approach to life with quests being brought to the world as well. Almighty Allah says in the Holy Quran: “Explore the riches provided by the eternal matter of Allah (the Hereafter), but don’t forget a part of this world and (and don’t give up). Be kind and good, since Allah is gentle and good for you. And what I do not want corruption on earth. In fact, Allah does not like corruption. “
[Quran 28:77]
The Quran has an inimitable style and format that have never been seen or experienced in any other book or methodology. The richness of the text and the discourse it presents are unprecedented and unique in terms of clarity, competence, fluency, fitness and harmony. The Quran is not only a linguistic masterpiece and a magnum opus perfection, it is truly a miracle. Those who read it never get tired and those who think its meaning do not doubt it; Rather, they always seek new insights and knowledge. Lead those who seek guidance and value those who support them with faith. The first part is similar to the continuous part, only if it can be compared with its own beauty.
There is no contradiction in the Quran, and those who wish to meditate on Arabic and chapters and shlokas will find harmony between the various parts. Allah’s greatest: “Why don’t they think of the Quran? And if they were different from Allah, they would have found him in many inconsistencies. “He showed that he was definitely not part of it. The Quran believes or refutes the other. The reason for this is that it appears as a “paradox from the Qur’an”, what the Qur’an calls a verse Muhkam (of course) and Mu’tasbahi (of course). This is actually part of literary power and miraculous creation. Holy Quran.

Hazrat Idris (Enoch)

Birth and Teachings of Hazrat Idris (PBUH)

Hazrat Idris (Enoch) – Biography
Hazrat Idris (Enoch) – Biography

Prophet is the English word of ‘Hazrat’. Word Hazrat is widely used in African and Asian countries. Prophet Enoch (In English Hazrat Idris is called Prophet Enoch) was born and raised in Babylon following the teachings and religion of Prophet Adam (PBUH) and his son Seth (PBUH). Prophet Enoch was the 5th generation of the Prophet Adam (PBUH).

Every time, when people diverted from the right way, ALLAH Almighty sent a prophet to them to lead the people towards a right path. With the same message of ALLAH Almight, Prophet Enoch called the people back to his forefathers religion, a right way towards ALLAH Almight, but only a few listened to him, while the majority turned away.

Prophet Enoch and his followers left Babylon for Egypt. There he carried on his mission, calling

people to what is just and fair, teaching them certain prayers and instructing them to fast on certain days and to give a portion of their wealth to the poor.

The Wise Sayings of Prophet Enoch (PBUH)

He was the first of the Children of Adam to be given prophethood after Adam and Seth (peaceupon them). It is reported that he was the 1st to invent the basic form of writing. Some of his wise sayings are:

  • “Happy is he who looks at his own deeds and appoints them as pleaders to his Lord.”
  • “None can show better gratitude for Allah’s favors than he who shares them with others.”
  • “Do not envy people for what they have as they will only enjoy it for a short while.”
  • “He who indulges in excess will not benefit from it.”
  • “The real joy of life is to have wisdom.”

Allah has praised Enoch, describing him as being a prophet and truthful:

“Mention in the Book (Quran) Idris (Enoch). Verily! He was a man of truth (and) a prophet. We raised him to a high station”. (Ch 19:56-57 Quran).


Aqeeqah For New Born

Aqeeqah is a Sunnah of Prophet Mushammad (SAW). Muslims who have the methods (monetary ability) to do it ought not disregard it.

Aqeeqah is a great Sunnah. It is part of the legacy inherited from Prophet Ibrahim (AS) and a great Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

The Prophet (SAW) said 
“Every child is mortgaged to his Aqeeqah.”

‘Aqeeqah includes giving up a goat or sheep for the benefit of the youngster. It is expressing gratefulness to Allah for the endowment of a kid. The meat is conveyed to poor people, or it very well may be utilized to orchestrate a dining experience to which the poor just as relatives and companions are welcomed. aqeeqah for baby boy

It is accounted for that the Prophet (SAW) relinquished a goat each for his grandsons Al-Hasan and Al-Husayn. It is prescribed that, upon the arrival of ‘aqeeqah, the youngster is given a decent muslim name., his/her head is shaved, and his/her hair is gauged and the proportional in cash of its weight in gold is given in philanthropy. In the event that, under any circumstances, ‘Aqeeqah is impossible on the seventh day, it tends to be done on the fourteenth, twenty-first or at whatever point conceivable. In any case, it ought not be superfluously postponed.

Besides, as per most by far of researchers in Islam, ‘aqeeqah is a profoundly suggested practice (Sunnah). There is, in any case, a little minority of researchers who think of it as compulsory. This is the situation of Imam Hasan Al-Basari. aqeeqah in islam for baby girl.

In conclusion, the noteworthiness of ‘aqeeqah is that it is a piece of the Abrahamic heritage. Prophet Ibrahim (harmony and favors arrive) was a man of tawhid (faith in the unity of Allah), and his whole life epitomized that of an ideal muwahhid or monotheist. He abrogated penances or ceremonies to divinities other than Allah and enabled penances and petitions to be coordinated exclusively to Allah. The ceremonies related with ‘aqeeqah, thusly, can be considered as a youngster’s introduction into the exercises of tawhid.

So, ‘aqeeqah is an extraordinary Sunnah, which all Muslims should rehearse, particularly on the off chance that they have the way to do as such.

aqeeqah for boy ‘Aqeeqah is an incredible Sunnah. It is a piece of the heritage acquired from Prophet Ibrahim (harmony and gifts arrive) and an incredible Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (harmony and endowments arrive). The Prophet (harmony and endowments arrive) stated, “Each youngster is sold to his ‘aqeeqah.”

Dr. Muzammil H. Siddiqi, previous President of the Islamic Society of North America states:

“‘Aqeeqah is a Sunnah. It is a service done in appreciation to Allah for the infant youngster.

Despite the fact that ‘Aqeeqah isn’t referenced in the Qur’an, it is referenced in Hadith. The Prophet (harmony and endowments arrive) is accounted for to have encouraged Muslims to make ‘Aqeeqah for their kids on the seventh day of their introduction to the world. On the off chance that for reasons unknown it was unrealistic to do it on the seventh day then it very well may be done sometime in the future. The individuals who can’t bear the cost of it can give some other philanthropy or simply make du’a’ for their kid.

Naming the Muslim youngster ought to be done when the tyke is conceived. As indicated by the Sunnah, each youngster that is brought into the world alive ought to be given an islamic name. In the event that the ‘Aqeeqah was done before naming the youngster, there is no damage. There is no compelling reason to rehash the ‘Aqeeqah.

The technique for ‘Aqeeqah is to shave the child’s head or to trim the hair. One may give silver or gold out of philanthropy as per the heaviness of the infant’s hair. A couple of goats or sheep ought to be butchered as penance and the meat ought to be circulated among poor people, the companions, and the relatives can utilize some portion of it.

Some Prophetic hadiths notice two goats to be yielded for a kid and one for a young lady. In any case, as indicated by Muslim law specialists, one can forfeit just one for the kid and one can likewise forfeit two for the young lady.

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Marriage and Islam

“And among His signs is this, that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that you may dwell in peace and tranquility with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts): Verily in that are signs for those who reflect” (Quran 30:21).

“O Humans revere your Guardian Lord, Who created you from a single person created of like nature its mate, and from this scattered (like seeds) countless men and women. Reverence Allah through Whom you claim your mutual rights” (Quran 4:1).

The above verses of the Quran lay out the framework for the basis and objectives of marriage in Islam. In the ultimate Wisdom of Allah we are first told that both partners, man and woman, are created from the same source and that this should be paid attention to as it is one of His Signs.

The fact that we come from the same soul signifies our equality as humans. When the essence of our creation is the same, the argument of who is better or greater is redundant. To stress on this fact, and then to talk about marriage in the same verse, is of great significance for those of us who are in the field of marriage counseling.

A shift in this attitude of gender equality as human beings causes an imbalance in marital relationships leading to dysfunctional marriages. Whenever one party considers that they are superior or above the law there is a power shift which may subsequently lead to misuse or abuse of that power. As a result, the less valuable partner is seen as an easy prey. Many marital difficulties are based on, or caused by, control and rule stratagem.

By stressing on the equality of all humans, men or women, and making it the basis of marriage, Allah, in His Infinite Wisdom, has laid the ground rules for establishing peace. He has assigned different roles to husband and wife as functional strategy, rather than as a question of competence as humans.

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