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10 anti-secular muslims Sentenced to Death in Egypt

“Those who persecute men and women of the believers, and then do not make tawba, will have the punishment of Hell, will have the punishment of the Burning.”

(Al-Burooj, 10)

An Egyptian court has sentenced ten supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood movement to death in absentia on charges of inciting violence and blocking a road last July.

Judge Hassan Fareed on Saturday referred the sentence to the Grand Mufti, the highest Islamic authority in Egypt, a legal requirement usually considered a formality.

Among the defendants referred to mufti:
Abdel-Rahman al-Bar, 50 y, PhD,
Known as the Brotherhood mufti.
Dean of Al-Azhar’s theology faculty (Usool-ud-Deen) and a member of the Brotherhood’s guidance council.

Ph.D. in hadith studies from Cairo University

Abdallah Barakat, PhD, 56 y

Professor of Religions & Doctrine, Umm-ul-Qura University, Saudia Arabia.
Former Dean, Faculty of Islamic Dawah, Al-Azhar University
BA, MA and PhD, with distinction and highest honors in Usool-ud-Deen, Faculty of Islamic Dawah, Al-Azhar University

Mohamed Abdel-Maqsoud, 66 y, a well-known ُEgyptian sheikh:

The army-backed interim government late last year designated the Brotherhood as a ‘terrorist organization’.

Thousands of Brotherhood members have been arrested on charges of ‘incitement-to-violence’ and joining a “terrorist” group.

The defendants, however, deny the accusations, which they describe as politically motivated.

The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists said last month 16 journalists were imprisoned in Egypt.

Many see the judiciary as a tool in the state’s crackdown on dissent.

Courts have recently sentenced hundreds of people, often after brief hearings where little evidence is offered by the prosecution.

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Posted by on June 8, 2014 in News


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This life is the paradise of disbelievers !

If you know the reason behind your actions and deeds and when those actions are justified Islaamically, you will feel satisfied. Otherwise, your worship, your behavior, your life, everything without any reason and purpose, it will not inspire you and neither does they inspire others for good.

Ibn Hajar was the supreme judge and a Jew who worked in frying fish asked him once: ‘You are a great Muslim judge, wearing these fancy clothes and living like a king while I, a disbeliever, and working with boiling oil all my days. Muslims claim that your Prophet said, “This life (dunya) is the prison of the believer and the paradise (jannah) of the disbeliever”. But the way I see it, I am in hell and you are in Paradise, the Jew said.

Haafid Ibn Hajar replied,

The hadeeth is authentic. The lavish life I am living on earth is hell compared to what awaits me if I enter Paradise while the misery you are suffering is paradise (jannah) compared to what awaits you in hell if you die a disbeliever.

The story says that the Jew accepted Islaam later.

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Posted by on June 5, 2013 in Relax


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Standard of Evaluation

Surah al-Maidah (The Table) 5: Ayah 100

 “(O Prophet Muhammad) say to them: ‘The evil (khabeeth) and the good (tayyib) are not equal, even though the abundance of the evil things might make you pleased with them. (So) beware of disobeying Allah, O people of understanding, so that you may attain success.”

This verse outlines for us a standard of evaluation quite distinct from the standards used by the superficial people. For such people, for instance, a hundred dollars are worth more than five dollars, since a hundred is more than a five. But, according to this verse, if those hundred dollars have been earned through corrupt means, entailing the disobedience of God (such as by stealing, usurping the wealth of orphans or the weak, selling Haram or forbidden things, or through Riba or interest), the entire amount becomes unclean.

On the other hand, if a person earns five dollars while obeying God, then this amount is clean and honourable; and anything which is unclean, whatever its quantity, cannot be worth more than that which is clean. A drop of perfume is more valuable than a heap of filth; a just ruler is more worthy of obedience and allegiance than a thousand evil, corrupt, and tyrannical leaders of the nations; a young boy or girl who spends his or her youth remembering Allah, helping others physically and spiritually, studying hard, calling others for the establishment of good, peace, and justice in the world, and helping others stay away from evil, is far more productive and dignified than hundreds of superficial youth surrounded by and subservient to their own desires, devoid of any higher purpose in life, driven by the latest fad and fashion, and who are consumers of whatever the media wants them to know, see, and buy! Surely they can’t be equal!

Yusuf Ali (may Allah have mercy on his soul) writes: “People often judge by quantity rather than quality. They are dazzled by numbers: their hearts are captured by what they see everywhere around them. But the people of understanding and depth judge by a different standard. They know that good and bad things are not to be lumped together, and carefully choose the best, which may be scarcest, and avoid the bad, though evil may meet them at every step,” such as through ads, media, peer pressure, cultural practices, etc.

It is interesting to note the following incidence, related by Imam al-Shafi’ee (may Allah have mercy on his soul), in this connection: When ‘Umar ibn Abdul-Aziz (a renowned righteous and just Caliph from Umayyad dynasty) cancelled all the tyrannous taxes and returned the wealth and property that had been misappropriated by the rulers before him, one of his governors wrote to him and complained that by annulling taxes and returning the wealth to their owners, ‘Umar had emptied the state treasury. Umar ibn Abdul-Aziz (may Allah be pleased with him) wrote back to him this verse: “The evil and the good are not equal, even though the abundance of the evil things might make you pleased with them.”

Compiled From:
“Tafseer Ishraq Al-Ma’ani” – Syed Iqbal Zaheer
“Towards Understanding the Quran” – Sayyid Abul Ala Mawdudi


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Posted by on December 29, 2012 in Relax


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Amazing song/nasheed “I am leaving for heavens”

Amazing nasheed:سأرحل للعلا

Mp3: Amazing song/nasheed “I am leaving for heavens”

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Posted by on December 17, 2012 in Relax


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The Prophet’s Wisdom in Leading His Companions

The Prophet’s Wisdom in Leading His Companions

Human resources experts say that successfully leading a small group of people is not an easy task.

Imagine for a moment the challenge Prophet Muhammad Posted Image faced when he established the foundations of the first Muslim community first in Makkah, then in Madinah.

When Islam started to gain publicity, the few people who had embraced it in Makkah formed the nucleus of the first Muslim community. This small community was put to persecution at the hands of the people of Quraysh.

The Prophet Posted Image had to do something about this challenging situation. When the persecution intensified, he asked some of them to leave Makkah and migrate to Abyssinia where its king, Negus, gave them protection and welcomed them in his country. As a responsible leader, the Prophet Posted Image had a serious concern for his followers’ safety and he took wise measures to ensure that at least some of them were safe, far away from danger.
After the death of the Prophet’s wife, Khadijah, and his uncle, Abu Talib, the persecution of the Prophet Posted Image and his companions in Makkah increased, and his personal safety was at risk as the tribes joined hands to kill him. At that point, God commanded the Prophet Posted Image to leave Makkah and migrate to Madinah where he started a new phase in establishing the new Muslim state.

In Madinah, the Prophet Posted Image declared that both the migrants (Al-Muhajirun) and the helpers (Al-Ansar) were brothers, and that they formed one community. The Prophet’s main goal in building this community was to strengthen their bonds of brotherhood in Islam.

He also wanted to ease the pain of the migrants and wanted the helpers to extend their hands to the new members of the community who had left their houses and properties behind in Makkah for the sake of Islam. This healthy and positive atmosphere was an important factor that led to the long-term success of the new Muslim community in Madinah.

Prophet Muhammad Posted Image loved his companions and cared for them a lot. His care and concern covered even those who had died, as he was very keen for example to pay off their debts. When God made the Prophet wealthy through conquests, he said:

“I am more rightful than other believers to be the guardian of the believers, so if a Muslim dies while in debt, I am responsible for the repayment of his debt, and whoever leaves wealth (after his death) it will belong to his heirs.” (Al-Bukhari)

In what follows, I will shed more light on some other aspects of the Prophet’s wise leadership.
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Source: OnIslam – Mohsen Haredy

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Posted by on November 21, 2012 in Know him !


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