My mum has a operation tomorrow please keep her in your Duas. They are doing it to see what’s wrong with her, other than her bulk of tumours in her belly. May Allah grant her shi’fa, make her health better than it was ever before and grant her abundant mercy. I just want to see my mum happy and healthy. Yah rubul alaameen. AAameen.
Salaam hun, hope you're well. I'm an anonymous follower of yours, wanted to take a quick moment to post this as you have so many followers. Aliza (@alizazara on instagram) needs our dua's and help. Her mum needs to raise €160,000 for her treatment. Please post to all your followers, every little helps, even if it just creates awareness, thanks Afsana xxx
Everyone please help Aliza Zara :D and reblog this post to everyone on tumblr. Hopefully we can all help her. I’ve pasted the link below where you can donate money. Even a little will be worth a lot so pass this around.
Q) What is the meaning of the word “Qur”an”? A) That which is Read.
Q) Where was the Qur”an revealed first? A) In the cave of Hira (Makkah) Q) On which night was the Qur”an first revealed? A) Lailatul-Qadr (Night of the Power) Q) Who revealed the Qur”an? A) Allah revealed the Qur”an Q) Through whom was the Qur”an revealed? A) Through Angel Jibraeel (Alaihis-Salaam) Q) To whom was the Qur”an revealed? A) To the last Prophet Muhammed (Sallahu Alaihi Wasallam) Q) Who took the responsibility of keeping the Qur”an safe? A) Allah himself Q) What are the conditions for holding or touching the Qur”an? A) One has to be clean and to be with wudhu (ablution) Q) Which is the book which is read most? A) The Qur”an Q) What is the topic of the Qur”an? A) Man Q) What are the other names of the Qur”an according to the Qur”an itself? A) Al-Furqaan, Al-Kitaab, Al-Zikr, Al-Noor, Al-Huda Q) How many Makki Surahs (chapters) are there in the Qur”an? A) 86 Q) How many Madani Surahs (chapters) are there in the Qur”an? A) 28 Q) How many Manzils (stages) are there in the Qur”an? A)7 Q) How many Paara or Juz (parts) are there in the Qur”an? A) 30 Q) How many Surahs (chapters) are there in the Qur”an? A) 114 Q) How many Rukoo (paragraphs) are there in the Qur”an? A) 540 Q) How many Aayaath (verses) are there in the Qur”an? A) 6666 Q) How many times is the word ”Allah” repeated in the Qur”an? A) 2698 Q) How many different types of Aayaath (verses) are there in the Qur”an? A) 10 Q) Who is the first ”Haafiz” of the Qur”an? A) Prophet Muhammed (Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam) Q) At the time of the death of Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) how many Huffaz were there? A) 22 Q) How many Aayaaths (verses) on Sajda (prostation) are there in the Qur”an? A) 14 Q) In which Paara (part) and Surah (chapter) do you find the first verse about Sajda (prostation)? A) The 9th Paara, 7th Chapter-Surah-al-Araaf, Verse206 Q) How many times has the Qur”an stressed about Salaat or Namaaz (prayer)? A) 700 times Q) How many times has the Qur”an emphasized on alms or charity? A) 150 Q) How many times in the Qur”an, is the Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) addressed as Yaa-Aiyu-Han-Nabi? A)11 times Q) Where in the Qur”an has Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) been named ”Ahmed”? A)Paara 28, Surah Saff, Ayath 6 Q) How many times has the name of Rasool-ullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) been mentioned in the Qur”an? A) Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) - 4 times Ahmed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) - 1 time. Q) Name the Prophet whose name is mentioned and discussed most in the Qur”an? A) Moosa (Alahis-Salaam) Q) Who were the Kaathibe-Wahi (copyists of the revelations) of the Qur”an? A) Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu), Usman (Radhiallahu Anhu), Ali (Radhiallahu Anhu), Zaid Bin Harith (Radhiallahu Anhu) And Abdullah bin Masood (Radhiallahu Anhu) Q) Who was the first person who counted the Aayaath (verses) of the Qur”an? A) Ayesha (Radhiallahu Anha) Q) On whose advice did Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu) decide to compile the Qur”an? A) Omer Farooq (Radhiallahu Anhu)
“If you meet a people who tell you that Allaah will not forgive your sins, turn around and leave them where they are.
If you meet a people who remind you of your past to convince you that you don’t deserve Allaah’s Forgiveness, turn around and leave them where they are.
If you meet a people who mock your struggle and your goals of self-improvement, turn around and leave them where they are.
If you meet a people who tell you that you are better off where you are and to not change, turn around and leave them where they are.
If you meet a people who seem to smile at your hardships and envy your blessings, turn around and leave them where they are.
And if you happen to be anyone of these people yourself, don’t question why others turned around and left you where you are.”—Zakia Usmani (via islamicrays)
“When the believer enters his grave, salat (prayer) is on his right hand, zakat (alms-giving) on his left, virtue faces him, with sabr (patience) taking him under its shelter. When the two angels in charge of questioning enter upon him, sabr says to salat, zakat and virtue: Take care of your companion, and if you fail to assist him I will take care of him myself.”—(Source: Usul al-Kafi, hadith No. 8)
“Love is unique. It’s never the same from person to person. It’s finding hope in every day. It’s learning something new about a person every day, whether that person is yourself or another. It’s about compliment, not completion. It’s about growth. It’s about a journey. It’s about discipline, adventure, rebellion, and compromise, all at once. It’s about a simple smile being enough to bring light to the darkest of times. It’s about a reminder that you are not alone. It’s an opportunity to inspire, and to be inspired. It’s a place of safety. It’s a place of comfort. It’s for and through God. It’s the most unexplainable form of happiness, the most incredibly fulfilling form of success. It just is.”—Nadir Keval (via nadirkeval)
When you’re constantly thinking negatively, you’re not doing justice to all of this life’s beautiful intricacies that are worthy of appreciation. Life is good. Even when its bad, its still good. Still worth enjoying.
When people ask other Muslims on tumblr to make dua for someone who has passed away do you guys actually do it? Because if you do then could you please pray for my uncle who passed away today from cancer. Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’oon.
Inna lilahi wa inailayhi rajioon May Allah grant him the highest ranks of Jannah and make his grave a bed of rest. May Allah reward him for his patience through out his illness and eradicate all his sins. Aaaameeeeen :(
My dad just came back from the cancer clinic and when my mom asked how it went he said “we’ll talk about it later”. He’s already at stage 4, I don’t think he can handle any more bad news. He was extremely tense :(
Muslim men don’t even inspire women to wear hijab they try to patronize them into it. Comparing women to dirty chocolates and lollipops isn’t inspiring, it’s degrading. And it’s insidious because these men know that.
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon. An aunty whom I loved dearly has passed away a few days ago. She exuded mercy, compassion, and gentleness in her dealings, and I will miss her presence. She had an immense love for the Quran and whenever she shared her reflection on a particular ayah or lesson, you could sense her sincerity, certainty in faith, and desire to please Allah. I pray that she was better than I or any human could perceive her in the knowledge of God. She used to make dua to die in Madinah, and although she lived in Canada, Allah decreed for her to go for umrah, and stay with her son who lived in Jeddah. She insisted on going to Madinah, and her soul was taken there. A beautiful end for a beautiful soul.
2.8 million Muslims in the UK and only 2000 filled out a government survey that could possibly lead to significant ease for Muslims in the future with a Shari’ah-compliant student loan.
The government have contacted 1st Ethical basically saying that such a poor response figure really doesn’t show a significant problem with the interest-based loans system in the first place. What is going on?! Even if this doesn’t concern you directly think about your brothers and sisters as well as your children for the future
Please fill out the survey and share through your networks.
“Isn’t it sad to go to your grave without ever wondering why you were born? Who, with such a thought, would not spring from bed, eager to resume discovering the world and rejoicing to be part of it?”—Richard Dawkins (via nasserelamine)
This guy is not related to me what so ever. But I heard his story from his niece and I think he deserves to be prayed for. Unfortunately the person I am talking about is sick. No, he doesn’t have a cold, but he does have Prostate cancer. This cancer is deadly,but it…
When you look at the kind of blessings Allah has bestowed upon you. When you see your du’aa coming true in a way you never expected. Sometimes you lose everything but you gain so so much, it just takes time for you to realize what you have truly gained.
“The (right) path always starts with trials and tribulations. Then comes the period of patience and reliance upon Allah: and (then) the end is enlightenment, guidance and victory.”—Ibn Al Qayyim (via muslimahbyheart)
If I die at a young age or unexpectedly, don’t dwell on how much of a shock it is. Make duaa for me. Forgive me. Pray for jannah for me. Pray for ease for my family. That is how you can prove your love for me.
Another ship sunk today (18/4) in Flores, Indonesia with 100 crews in it. Earthquake in Mexico, the Sewol ferry tragedy in South Korea, the erruption of Sinabung in Indonesia, the missing plane MH370, the riots happened in several countries. Instead of #PrayForSouthKorea, #PrayForIndonesia or #PrayForMexico, we probably should #PrayForTheWorld instead. These whole things were so heartbreaking :(