Brothers / إخوان
By Sheikh Salih al-Munajjid. An excellent book discussing the foundation of an Islamic household. The author addresses issues that are relevant to the majority of the Muslims, such as the importance of choosing a righteous spouse, disciplining your wife and children, making your home a place for the remembrance of Allah, spreading kindness in the home, teaching good manners, discussing some of the evils present in the home, learning the Islamic rulings with regard to the houses, creating an atmosphere of faith in the home, resisting bad manners in the home, choosing a good location and design of home, how to discipline the children which may by more effective than physical punishment and the books that we should read and much more. Continue reading “E-Book: Advice On Establishing An Islamic Home” »
By ‘Abdul-Munim al-Hashimi
Allah sent down Prophet Muhammad as a mercy and an example to all of mankind. Everything that the Prophet has ever done or not done is something that every Muslim should follow. Continue reading “E-Book: The Days Of Prophet Muhammad With His Wives” »
Sh. Abu Adnan and Sh. Omar speak about the definition, importance, requirements and the implementation of the brotherhood concept in Islam. Continue reading “Brotherhood in Islam / Sh. Abu Adnan & Sh. Omar El-Banna” »
Islam has enjoined upon the husband duties towards his wife, and vice versa, and among these duties are some which are shared by both husband and wife. Continue reading “The Rights of the Wife by Sheikh Abu Adnan” »
By Abu Eesa Niamatullah
And as we know from before, Tina Turner put it even more bluntly in her next line of her hit song, “What’s love but a second-hand emotion?”
You have to give it to song-writers: they really do express the truth sometimes in remarkably effective fashion.
The issues of love, prospective partners, marriage, keeping the flame of love burning etc have been beaten to death by mankind since time immemorial. Everyone has had a say on the matter and quite right too: no human is free from the stresses, hassles and difficulties encountered in day-to-day life and everyone will have had some brush with the emotion of love at some time. Everyone will want to share their feelings on the issue, and the Islamic internet forums and chat sites seem to talk about nothing else or at least stimulate the most response from the community at large when the topic is addressed.
During the last months of Shiekh Ibn Uthiemeens life he traveled to Rochester, Minnesota’s Mayo clinic to seek treatment for his cancer – (May Allah Raise his rank to ferdous).
They told him that chemotherapy would prolong his life and informed him the side effect of losing his hair.
The Qualities a Muslimah should search for in a husband and the Qualities a Muslim man should have within himself aswel.