Archive for January, 2011

The Al Jazeera deception – could it really be?

Below is a clip from a speech Shaykh Imran Hosein ( delivered in 2003. Its very interesting to see how he mentions the events that will occur in the Muslim world, particularly in the middle east as part of the coming of the Dajjal, which are very similar to what is actually happening today in Tunisia and Egypt, as well as in other arab countries.


The Goodly Life

“An extremely beautiful clip from one of the most amazing scholars and worshipers of our time, Sheikh Muhammad Mukhtar Ash-Shinqitee, from the holy city of Madinah. A translated extract from his lecture “Al Hayaat At-Tayyibah” (“The Goodly Life”), in which he discusses the realities of the life of this temporary world and man’s relationship with it, and most importantly his relationship with his Creator. Although the word “he” is used throughout the video, the Sheikh is referring to what affects all people men or women, and “he” was used for brevity.”

Free at last – Tunisia

An amazing and very moving clip where an imam in Tunisia takes back his rightful seat from a government appointed imam. Allahu akbar! Free to discuss Islam openly at last, Alhamdullilah. May Allah allow the same to happen in Egypt, and across the Arab and Muslim world, ameen.

The believers will be tested


The believers will be tested

Allah, the Most High says:

“Alif-Laam-Meem. Do people think that they will be left alone because they say: ‘We believe’, and will not be tested? And We indeed tested those who were before them. And Allah will certainly make known, those who are true, and will certainly make known those who are liars.”

(Al-Qur’an 29:1-3)

“Do people think that they will be left alone because they say: “We believe,” and will not be tested?”. This is a rebuke in the form of a question, meaning that Allah will inevitably test His believing servants according to their level of faith. The stronger the religious commitment, the stronger the test.” [Tafsir ibn Kathir]

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