İman edenleri kurtarmak üzerimize bir haktır.
C’est ainsi qu’il Nous incombe [en toute justice] de délivrer les croyants.
ہم پر یہ حق ہے کہ مومنوں کو بچا لیں
demikianlah menjadi kewajiban Kami menyelamatkan orang yang beriman.
اینگونه، بر ما حق است که مؤمنان را نجات دهیم.
4 promise from Allah
So remember Me; I will remember you. (Quran 2:152)
If you are grateful, I will surely increase you [in favor] (Quran 14:7)
Call upon Me; I will respond to you. (Quran 40:60)
Allah would not punish them while they seek forgiveness. (Quran 8:33)
Whoever truly loves you, will mention your name in their Duas.
The prophet ﷺ taught us a principle "Know Allah in ease and He will know you in hardship. And know that what has passed you by, was never meant to befall you. And what has befallen you, was never meant to pass you by. And know that victory comes with patience, relief with affliction, and with hardship comes ease." Hadith Nawawi 19
The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said, "Whoever would be pleased for Allah to answer him during times of hardship and difficulty, let him supplicate often during times of ease." [Tirmidhi 3382]
Rabbinin her şeye şahit olması yetmez mi?
Is het u niet toereikend, dat uw Heer getuige is van alle dingen?
Acaso não basta teu Senhor, Que é Testemunha de tudo?
Неужели не достаточно того, что твой Господь является Свидетелем всякой вещи?
Genügt es denn nicht, daß dein Herr über alles Zeuge ist?
¿Es que no basta que tu Señor sea testigo de todo?
Ibn al-Qayyim Says:
Three things Sicken the body:
1) Talking too much
2) Sleeping too much
3) Eating too much
Four things Destroy the body:
4) Staying up late at night.
Four things Dries the face and takes away its Joy and respect:
3) Asking too many questions without knowledge
Four things bring to the Face joy and respect:
Four things bring Rīzq (provision):
1) Night full prayers
2) Frequent remembrance of Allah before dawn
3) Continious charity
4) The remembrance of Allah at the beginning and at the end of the day.
Four things Prevent Rizq (provision):
1) Sleeping early in the morning (after Fajr)
2) Lack of prayers
4) Treason and betrayal
[Bab-al-Tib(Zaad Al Ma'ad) | 378/4]
I heard Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) as saying: "Allah ordained the measures (of quality) of the creation fifty thousand years before He created the heavens and the earth, as His Throne was upon water."
Reference: Sahih Muslim 2653b Book 46, Hadith 27
This banner sending salutations to the Prophet ﷺ can be seen on the side of a motorway in the north of the UK.
Every time a muslim recites this, Allāh will bless them ten times.
Now imagine the rewards of the person who paid for this banner to be put there...
Muslim Dark Academia Things:
Being torn between the black hijab and the slightly less black hijab
Islamic architecture being so beautiful it found its way unto western countries
Learning arabic calligraphy.
Staying up late, hearing athan (call for prayer) and going "holy shit its already fajr (sunrise prayer) ?????"
Not being able to sleep after Fajr (sun rise prayer) and going into a wiki search rabbit hole
Wanting to sleep after fajr (sun rise prayer) but reading one chapter and then the suns already out there and the birds have the audacity to chirp chirp ughh
Not everyone gets an Assalamu Alaikum (peace and blessing be upon you) because some people just don't deserve wishing them peace
Everyone gets a hey tho
Petting kittens because its sunnah (the prophet used to do it, and its preferable that we do although not an obligation) and you get hasanat (at least you try to convince yourself that's why)
Always having pocket change for charity cause you never know
Tiny but elaborate copies of the qur'an in case you get five minutes of silence
Being at peace 24/7 because God's mercy is bestowed upon all
No more peace your paper is late
Reading nawader (little stories from the middle ages! Like Kaleela Wa Dimna)
Mourning the library of baghdad, that had so many books that when it was destroyed the river turned black with ink
mourning the library of Alexandria
Having a favourite mo'athen (one who calls for prayer) or quare'a (one who recites Quran)
Messy Arabic notes. Studying nahw (arabic grammar.) Arabic prose.
Khalil Jabran (mostly known as Khalil Gibran) and people who pronounce his name correctly (no problem of you cant tho!)
Reading Shakespeare critically
"With every hardship comes ease"
"The best amongst you are those who own knowledge and share it"
Kohl just because
Reading about the golden age of islam and wishing you lived there
Knowing that your race, gender, colour, language, religion wouldn't have stopped you from learning back then because islam is a religion of equality
Having so many badass women to look up to
That bellowing abaya/bisht/dishdasha/khimar (middle eastern clothing? It's real hard to explain/desctibe these guys but they're very very loose for dramatic effect and modesty) that is just sooo pretty and mysterious
Arriving at your masjid just on time for prayer
The imam (one who leads prayer) asking people to "fill the gaps and straighten the lones"
That one sheikh that gives beautiful lectures/sermons and makes you want to learn even more
That other sheikh that tells you stories so elaborately you forget who you are
THE SHEIKH THAT IS BOTH OF THESE BEAUTIFUL SOULS
Going to harems with your fellow sisters
Smiling at people and complimenting them because its sadakah (charity you get rewarded for) and because it low key makes you happy
Knowing every little thing is rewarded
Reading from all your copies of the qur'an so that none of them feels lonely
Buying a lavish prayer matt because why not
"The prophet had a cat, mom, its sunnah" (sunnah means things the prophet did that we get good deeds to do)
I'll post a part 2 when anything comes to mind <3
Feel free to add more! In fact I would be over the moon if you do!