devoted-to-islam

The Proposal!

The Muslim man Proposed a Muslimah…

Muslimah: me? If I do not know how to sew, or cook, or iron.. How am I going to marry you?

Man: Do you know how to pray? Do you worship Allah Subhana wa ta’ala without associating with anyone? Do you give the zakat? Are you afraid of Allah?.

Muslimah: Yes, I pray every day, I love allah and no one else, I give charity whenever I can and the one I fear is Allah Subhana wa taa’ala.

Man: *smiling* That’s enough for me, I want you to be the half of my Deen, not my maid!

If only all men really thought this way…

abubakralkashmiri

dawlatul-islam:

Inspire magazine has announced that it would be holding a video session with myself to answer the questions we receive from our readers. The most frequently asked question was about the legality of targeting non-combatants in countries that are at war with the Muslims. This issue is surrounded…

dawat-us-salafiyyah

Patience is the noose of the believer, tying him down: he may wander for a bit but always returns. It is the pillar of his faith to which he recourses; there is no faith for the one who has no patience. If, in such a case, it does exist, it would be severely weak. The one who has no patience…

islamicrays

Anonymous asked:

Assalamu Alaikum. Do women pray different than men? I've seen videos on how women pray and they show that they should keep the parts of their bodies close to one another and they should make their stomachs touch their thighs during sujood. And during the sitting posture they keep their feet to the right rest their right ankle on their left foot. I just want to make sure this is right. Jazakallahu Khairan

islamicrays answered:

Walaikum Assalaam Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu,

Yazīd bin Abī Habīb (may Allāh be pleased with him) reports that the Prophet (peace and blessings upon him) passed by two women who were praying salāh. He said, ‘When you prostrate, let part of your body cling to the earth, for women are unlike men in this regard’. (Marāsīl of Abū Dāwūd)

Imām Baihaqī says,”All of the laws of salāh, in which a woman differs from a man are based on the principle of satr (concealment)”. This means that the woman is instructed to do all that which is more concealing for her.

The woman should keep her limbs close to her body during rukoo’ and sujood, and not spread them out, because this is more modest and covering. (Al-Mughni 2/258).

Al-Nawawi said: “Al-Shaafi’i said, in al-Mukhtasar: there is no difference between men and women in prayer, except that women should keep the parts of their bodies close to one another, and they should make their stomachs touch their thighs during sujood. This is more covering and preferable, in rukoo’ and the rest of the prayer too.” (See al-Majmoo’ 3/429).

I hope it will be helpful. May Allah guide us all to the straight path.

Ameen

justalaymen
islamsetyoufree:

The mujahidin realized the Rafidah are a more dangerous enemy that threaten Islam and Muslims, and a pickaxe that destroys the pillars of Islam, and that the Islamic State took upon itself the fighting of the Rafidah everywhere, a fierce relentless war, so either we defeat the Rafidah and end their evil on Islam and the religion, or the last soldier of the State perish

Sheikh Abu Mohammed Al-Adnani 
Official spokesman for the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham

islamsetyoufree:

The mujahidin realized the Rafidah are a more dangerous enemy that threaten Islam and Muslims, and a pickaxe that destroys the pillars of Islam, and that the Islamic State took upon itself the fighting of the Rafidah everywhere, a fierce relentless war, so either we defeat the Rafidah and end their evil on Islam and the religion, or the last soldier of the State perish

Sheikh Abu Mohammed Al-Adnani 

Official spokesman for the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham