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PostSubject: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:08 am

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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:09 am

Smoking and Islam

In Islam cleanliness and hygiene are emphasized to the extent that it has been considered a part of Iman (faith). It is very well known that a smoker's mouth is unclean and foul smelling "like a cigarette ash-tray." In the Quran, God says:

"And forbid them what is bad." - Surah Al-'Araf, 7:157

"0 ye who believe! Intoxicants and gambling are an abomination of Satan's handiwork. Eschew such abominations that ye may prosper." - Surah Al Ma'idah, 5:93

The word intoxicant has three meanings (6):

(1) To induce, especially the effect of ingested alcohol.

(2) To stimulate or excite.

(3) To poison.

The latter two meanings are very valid and applicable to nicotine.

Smoking is nothing but a form of slow suicide. The Qur'an says:

"And slay not the life which God hath forbidden..." - Surah, Al-Isra, 17:33

"And make not your own hands contribute to your destruction." - Surah, Al-Baqara, 2:195

"Nor kill or destroy yourselves for verily God hath been to you most Merciful." Surah, An-Nisa, 4:29

Prophet Mohammed has said:

"Nor be hurt or injure others." It is scientifically proven that the exhaled smoke of the smoker is hazardous to non-smokers around him.

The amount of money a smoker spends on cigarette smoking in a period of 30 years is calculated to be Two Hundred Thousand Dollars or more. All this money is simply wasted (not including the money spent on smoker's health care).

God says:

"But squander not your wealth in the manner of a spend thrift, verily spendthrifts are brothers of evils." - Surah, Al-Isra, 17:26, 27

The body is polluted by smoking. Hence smokers cannot pray until they have cleansed themselves. According to the Qur'an:

"0 ye who believe! Draw not near unto prayer when you are drunken, till ye know that which ye utter, nor when you are polluted save when journeying upon the road, till you have bathed." - Surah, An-Nisa, 4:43

The Christians consider the human body to be a sacred trust given to man by God because it contains the spirit breathed into it by God. Even the Qur'an says

"So, when I have made him and have breathed unto him of My spirit, do ye fall down, prostrating yourselves unto him." - Surah, Al-Hijr, 15:29.

Hence the physical body should not be polluted or injured or destroyed in any way by smoking or taking of alcohol or any type of habit-forming drugs.

Conclusion

For the foregoing reasons and for reasons considered elsewhere, smoking is Haram or unlawful in Islam, hence smoking should be discouraged and finally banned in all Islamic countries.

All smoking Muslims should give up this unhealthy and un-Islamic activity. The best way to give it up is to stop all smoking completely. Tapering off on the amount one smokes does not work for most people. It is not easy to quit suddenly, but it is presently the most successful way. There are many ways and techniques available for a serious minded person to give up smoking. For the Muslims who sincerely practice Islam and who submit themselves to the Will of God, this should not be a difficult task.

Courtesy: Dr. Ibrahim B. Syed, Ph.D
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:09 am

CLEANLINESS



Islam places great emphasis on cleanliness, in both its physical and spiritual aspects. On the physical side, Islam requires the Muslim to clean his body, his clothes, his house, and the whole community, and he is rewarded by God for doing so. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, for example:

"Removing any harm from the road is charity (that will be rewarded by Allah)." [Bukhari]
While people generally consider cleanliness a desirable attribute, Islam insists on it , making it an indispensable fundamental of the faith. A Muslim is required to be pure morally and spiritually as well as physically. Through the Qur'an and Sunnah Islam requires the sincere believer to sanitize and purify his entire way of life.
In the Qur'an Allah commends those who are accustomed to cleanliness:

"Allah loves those who turn to Him constantly and He loves those who keep themselves pure and clean." [2: 22]
In Islam the Arabic term for purity is Taharah. Books of Islamic jurisprudence often contain an entire chapter with Taharah as a heading.
Allah orders the believer to be tidy in appearance:

"Keep your clothes clean." [74:4]
The Qur'an insists that the believer maintain a constant state of purity:
"Believers! When you prepare for prayer wash your faces, and your hands (and arms) to the elbows; rub your heads (with water) and (wash) your feet up to the ankles. If you are ritually impure bathe your whole body." [5: 6]
Ritual impurity refers to that resulting from ***ual release, menstruation and the first forty days after childbirth. Muslims also use water, not paper or anything else to after eliminating body wastes.
Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) advised the Muslims to appear neat and tidy in private and in public. Once when returning home from battle he advised his army:

"You are soon going to meet your brothers, so tidy your saddles and clothes. Be distinguished in the eyes of the people." [Abu Dawud]
On another occasion he said:
"Don't ever come with your hair and beard disheveled like a devil." [Al-Tirmidhi]
And on another:
"Had I not been afraid of overburdening my community, I would have ordered them to brush their teeth for every prayer." [Bukhari]
Moral hygiene was not ignored, either, for the Prophet (pbuh) encouraged the Muslims to make a special prayer upon seeing themselves in the mirror:
"Allah, You have endowed me with a good form; likewise bless me with an immaculate character and forbid my face from touching the Hellfire." [Ahmad]
And modesty in dress, for men as well as for women, assists one in maintaining purity of thought.
Being charitable is a way of purifying one's wealth. A Muslim who does not give charity (Sadaqah) and pay the required annual Zakah, the 2.5% alms-tax, has in effect contaminated his wealth by hoarding that which rightfully belongs to others:

"Of their wealth take alms so that you may purify and sanctify them." [9: 103]
All the laws and injunctions given by Allah and His Prophet (pbuh) are pure; on the other hand, man-made laws suffer from the impurities of human bias and other imperfections. Thus any formal law can only be truly just when it is purified by divine guidance - as elucidated by the Qur'an and the Sunnah - or if it is divinely ordained to begin with - the Shari'ah.
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:10 am

Jannah (Heaven)...

When Mu'min enters into Jannah, it will be announced:-

* You will remain healthy forever, disease will never come.

* You will remain alive for ever, death will never come. You will remain in bounties which will never be finished.

* Jannat is made with bricks of gold and silver, Its cement is of perfumed musk. Its chips are pearls and Yaqoot. Its sand is Zafraan.

There are eight doors of Jannah. these are eight grades of Jannat :


*
Jannatul Mava
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Darul Maqaam
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Darul Salaam
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Darul Khuld
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Jannat-ul-Adan
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Jannat-ul-Naeem
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Jannat-ul-Kasif
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Jannat-ul-Firdous
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:10 am

Food of Jannah



* They will eat foods and fruits continuously up to 40 years. Every bowl will have a new taste.


*They will take eructation which will digest the food and there will be perfumed sweating for the digestion of water.

* There will be no urine and stool.




Garden of Jannat



* There will be gardens in Jannah. Every garden will have the length of about 100 years journey. The shadow of these gardens will be very dense.

* Their plants will be free of thorns. The size of their leaves will be equal to ears of elephants. Their fruits will be hanging in rows.

* Jannatul Mava is in the lowest, Jannat-ul-Adan is the middle and Jannat-ul- Firdous is on the highest. Those who-love each other for the sake of Allah, will get a pillar of Yaqoot, on which there will be seventy thousand (70,000) rooms. These will shine for the residents of Jannah as the sun shines for the residents of Duniya.

* There will be rooms in Jannah in such a way that every room will have seventy thousands (70,000) dinning sheets. On every dinning sheet 70,000 types of foods will be served.

* For their service 80,000 young boys will be moving around looking like beautiful scattered pearls. One bunch of dates will be equal to the length of 12 arms. The size of a date will be equal to the big pitcher. These will be whiter than milk, sweater than honey and softer than butter and free from seeds. The stem of these plants will be made up of gold and silver.

* There will also be gardens of grapes. The bunches of grapes will be very big. The size of a single grape will be equal to a big pitcher (pot). Someone asked, Ya Rasulullah Sal Allahu alaihi wasallam: will it be sufficient for me and my family. It was answered, it will be
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:10 am

The Dresses of Jannat




* The dress of Jannah will be very beautiful. One will wear 70 dresses at a time.



* These will be very fine, delicate, weightless, having different colors. These dresses will be so fine that the body even the heart will be visible. And the waves of love in the hearts will also be visible. These dresses will never become old, never be dirty and will never tear.

* There will be four canals in every Jannah. They are of water, milk, honey and Sharabun Tahoora. There will also be three fountains in Jannah. (i) Kafoor. (ii) Zanjabeel. (iii) Tasneem





Qualities of

People of Jannah





* In Jannah, height of every Mo'min, will be equal to the height of Hazrat Adam Alaihissalaam = 60 arms (90 feet). Beauty will be like that of Hazrat Yousuf Alaihissalaam. Age of youth will be like that of Hazrat Esa Alaihissalaam (30-33 years. Sweetness of voice will be like that of Hazrat Dawud Alaihissalaam.



* Tolerance will be like that of Hazrat Yaqoob Alaihissalaam.


* Patience will be like that of Hazrat Ayyub Alaihissalaam



* Habits will be like that of Sayyadina Muhammad Sallalahu alaihi wasallam
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:12 am

six rights of a Muslim upon a Muslim:




In a world filled with selfishness and the unending pursuit of wealth and all commodities to fulfill our desires, it becomes important to remind ourselves of the rights every Muslim has upon another. Whether we know that particular Muslim or not, the fact that s/he is a Muslim, they automatically have certain rights upon us.

Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) said: "No one of you shall become a
true believer until he desires for his brother what he desires for himself." (Bukhari)




Surely the best way for us to please our brother/sister is to place him/her high in our estimation and do for him/her what we would like for ourselves. The Prophet gave us comprehensive direction on how to sustain brotherhood. He (sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) said: "There are six rights of a Muslim upon a Muslim:?"

1) "When you meet him, greet him?" With a warm smile, a friendly face and As-Salaam Alaykum we should try to
greet every Muslim. We must avoid picking and choosing whom we confer this basic right upon. All Muslims regardless of their social status and position in society should be afforded this "gateway" into our personal space. The Salaam is the best of icebreakers as it immediately brings down the barriers that we unconsciously erect around ourselves to shield us from "alien invasion".

2) "When he invites you, respond to him;?" When a Muslim brother invites you to a function, you are obliged to go. Accepting an invitation is about sharing in the joys of a brother as well as joining with other Muslims in a social gathering.

3) "When he seeks counsel, give him good advice;?" When a brother comes to you with a problem, seeking advice, give him true advice. Be sincere in your advice. Give such advice that would keep his best interest at heart.

4) "When he sneezes and praises Allah, say to him: `May Allah have mercy on you (Yarhamuk-Allah) '?" . When a
Muslim sneezes or even when he trips and he remembers to praise Allah, we must respond to him with a prayer for Allah to have mercy on him.

5) "When he is sick, visit him?”. When you go and visit a sick brother, remember to pray for him and do not inconvenience him by staying too long.

6) "When he dies, follow his funeral?" Attending the last rites of a brother is of utmost importance. Speaking well of him and seeking forgiveness for him will ease his condition in the grave. In turn, when you die, others will also feel for you and make du’a sincerely for your forgiveness. If we can fulfill these basic rights of Muslims, it is hoped that much of the envy, malice and hatred in the society will vanish – Insha Allah
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:12 am

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم


TIPS TO HELP U WAKE UP 4 FAJR INSHAALLAH


Assalam-u-Aliekum Wa-Rahmatu Allah-i Wa-Barakatuh !

Tips to help you wake up for Fajr, InshaAllah:

1. Keep Away from Ma'aasi (acts of disobedience) .
2. Avoid eating too much food.
3. Drink one or two glasses of water before going to bed.
4. Perform Wudoo (ablution) before going to bed.
5. Go to bed early.
6. Make intention in your heart to get up for Fajr.
7. Set your alarm.
8. Establish Fajr wake up calling system with family and friends e.g. friends/family members calling, texting etc each other to help one another wake up for fajr.
9. Say prescribed supplications (dua) before sleeping
10. Once awake, do not linger lazily in bed.
11. Go to your local masjid to pray

Also... one thing that helps that I do when I study late and stuff is put my alarm clock (which is very loud) in the bathroom... thus forcing you to get up and go to the bathroom to shut it off. While you're there in the bathroom, just splash yourself with water and walaa! You are awake and ready for Fajr.

Okay... so you dont have to do the splashing part, but try it.. it works Inshallah.

And the 2 advices above about staying away from sins and sleeping early is very important. It is from the Rizk (provision/bounty) of Allah that He allows you to get up for Fajr, and when you start sinning and things, He may keep you away from Fajr because of your sins.


Memorize Quran or Recite
Quran.after Fajr Prayer...... ......... ......... ......... ......... ...
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:13 am

SUPERSTITIONS



"No soul knows what it will earn tomorrow." [Luqman, 31:34]
"The person who goes to a soothsayer and believes in him has rejected that which was revealed to Muhammad (Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam)." [Musnad Ahmad]

The president of an American company informs his anxious employees that they are about to get a big contract that will ensure jobs for coming years. Then he adds, "Knock on wood." If things are more uncertain, he will say, "Keep your fingers crossed." Keeping fingers crossed is expected to ward off evil. Knocking on wood is meant to bring good luck by enlisting the support of spirits who according to the ancient pagans Druids, lived in trees. There are U.S. Air Force crews who insist on touching or knocking trees before taking off.

The fear of the number thirteen is so pervasive in the U.S. and Europe that there is a term for it: Triskaidekaphobia. American presidents Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt avoided eating at tables where 13 people were present. Many tall buildings avoid 13th floor or room number 13. According to one report published in 1990, this fear costs America more than a billion dollars a year in absenteeism, travel cancellations, and drop in trade on the 13th of the month. Of course, it is the horror of horrors if the 13th of a month were to fall on a Friday. (This has a Christian root; 13 is reportedly the number of people who sat at the Last Supper on the night Judas betrayed Jesus and it was a Friday!)

Welcome to the post-modern, post-enlightenment, neo-pagan civilization. Superstition is alive and well here. In a big city like Los Angeles or New York, one can find thousands of palm-readers, tarot-card readers and astrologers who even have professional associations and certification programs. Daily horoscopes are an indispensable part of even the most prestigious newspapers.

When the yeare 1998 unfolds shortly, it is a safe prediction that the big names in the prediction business will make big headlines ---and millions of dollars--- telling the world what will happen in the coming year.

Superstitions are as old as darkness itself. Fear of the unknown and inability to control or predict our own future have led people to all kinds of irrational acts and beliefs. But that was during the Dark Ages. In the age of science and technology that was supposed to end. Britannica notes, "Being irrational, it [superstition] should recede before education, and especially Science." That did not happen.

So the experts have chosen to do the second best thing: Put a face on their defeat by giving scholarly explanations for its obvious failing. The Americana recognizes superstitions as part of being human. It calls it folklore. "Plainly, despite supposed sophistications, human beings are all the folk and thus are - the source of folklore." It goes on to quote American anthropologist Melville Herskovits as saying: "All human custom is meaningful; nothing without some living value survives in any culture."

Such fancy rationalization cannot hide the fact that belief in the irrational is a direct result of lack of belief in the All Knowledgeable, All-Powerful God who controls everything. He created this vast universe and it is running according to His plan. Not a leaf falls from a tree or a droplet of water falls from the sky except through His will.

We do not know what will happen to us tomorrow, but He does. We put our trust in Him, seek His protection and help, and accept His will. The person lacking this awareness will endlessly take omens from cats, birds, and mice; sticks and greasy stone; sun and stars; or itching in one's body.

The Arabs were as superstitious as anyone before Islam. They would not undertake a journey or do anything important without first "determining" that it would be safe to do so -- by looking at birds and beasts. If a bird flew from right to left in front of them, that was a bad omen: flight in the other direction was a good omen. During travel, if a deer crossed going from right to left, the trip was cancelled. When they reached a destination, they would seek protection of jinn by supplicating to them. Yet, such deeply held beliefs and practices were uprooted completely by Islam in a very short period.

Much later, weakening of faith in segments of Muslim societies did lead to seeping in superstitious practices from other societies. Weakening of our understanding of --- and belief in --- the articles of faith inevitably leads to superstitions of one form or another. That, unfortunately, is the situation of large segments of our ummah today.

The illiterate masses may go to a soothsayer who tells the future with the help of a bird. The western educated elite of their country laugh at their ignorant ways, yet depend on horoscopes, sayings of Nostradamus, and predictions of Jane Dixon, etc. Both are equally ignorant and equally involved in unbelief!

There is no doubt that a believer faces the same uncertainties in life as the non-believer but he faces them with the help of Allah.

When announcing a plan, he does not knock on wood; he says Insha-Allah (if Allah wills), putting his trust in his Creator. When embarking on a journey, he makes supplication to Allah for his safety. When he is unsure about a plan, he seeks Allah's help in making up his mind. Here is the translation of the beautiful dua of Istikharah that we have been taught for the occasion:

"O Allah! I seek Your guidance (in making a choice) by virtue of Your knowledge, and I seek ability by virtue of Your power, and I ask You of Your great bounty. You have power, I have none. And You know, I know not. You are the Knower of hidden things.

"O Allah! If in Your knowledge, this matter is good for my religion, my livelihood and my affairs; immediate and in the distant future, then ordain it for me, make it easy for me and bless it for me. And if in Your knowledge, this matter is bad for my religion, my livelihood, and my affairs; immediate and in the distant future, then turn it away from me, and turn me away from it. And ordain for me the good wherever it be and make me pleased with it."

Each word of this dua invites reflection. It shows how uncertainties in our life bring us closer to Allah. In Allah we put all our hopes, not in the cryptic words of an ignorant astrologer or soothsayer.

It is not the human destiny to be afflicted with superstitions: It is just an evil consequence of unbelief. The light of Islam can cure it
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:13 am

Tongue control, in islam view

Narrated by Abu Mus Transmitted by Sahih Bukhari
Some people asked Allah's Apostle (Sal-allahu-aleihi-wassallam), "Whose Islam is the best? i.e. (Who is a very good Muslim)?" He replied, "One who avoids harming the Muslims with his tongue and hands." [Vol 1:#10]



Narrated by Aslam Malik transmitted it in al-Muwatta.(Mishkat)
One day when Umar went in to visit AbuBakr as-Siddiq and found him pulling his tongue, he said, "Stop! Allah forgive you!" AbuBakr replied to him, "This has brought me down to dangerous places." [4869]

Narrated by Abu Hurayrah Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah transmitted it. (Mishkat)
Allah's Messenger (Sal-allahu-aleihi-wassallam) said, "Do you know the thing which most commonly brings people into Paradise? It is fear of Allah and good character. Do you know what most commonly brings people into Hell? It is the two hollow things: the mouth and the private parts." [4833]

Narrated byAbuHurayrah Ahmad and Bayhaqi, in Shu'ab al-Iman, transmitted it. (Mishkat)
A man said, "Messenger of Allah (Sal-allahu-aleihi-wassallam), such and such a woman has a reputation for engaging to a great extent in prayer, fasting and almsgiving but she annoys her neighbours with her tongue." He replied, "She will go to Hell." He said, "Messenger of Allah (Sal-allahu-aleihi-wassallam), such and such a woman has a reputation for engaging to a small extent in fasting, almsgiving and prayer, but she gives pieces of curd as sadaqah and does not annoy her neighbours with her tongue." He replied, "She will go to Paradise." [4992]
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:14 am

Drugs


Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) has described drugs together with all sorts of intoxicants as:

1. The key to all evils.

2. The head of all errors and lapses.

3. The most terrible of major sins.

4. The mother of all atrocities.

5. The mother of all evils.

Let us look at what the scholars have said regarding the effects of drugs:

Ibn Hajar Al-Makki narrates from some scholars that they are 120 harmful things occur by the consumption of drugs Not 10, not 20, but 120.

Also Ibn Sina said that large amounts of it dries up semen (The fluid that carries sperm thus rendering him incapable of passion in ***ual intercourse) .

Ibn-ul-Bitaar says: A group of people used it (drugs) and they became mentally deranged (insane).

Imaam Zarakhshee narrates in his book upon the prohibition of Hashish (Cocaine) from Zakariyah Razee, a famous doctor, that consuming hashish causes headaches, desiccates semen, brings about confusion, Neurosis, dries up all body fluids which could cause sudden death. Also it defects the mind, induces hectic fever, and tuberculosis.

Ibn Taymiyyah (a renowned scholar) says: All the faults, blemishes, bad things in khamr (wine) are present in hashish and more. Because the majority of faults in khamr is sinful, but hashish is both sinful and harmful to the body.

"Khamr" comes from the root word "Khamara" which means "to cover." Thus anything that covers or hinders the mind is prohibited. This includes anything that alters the mind, such as marijuana, heroin, cocaine, Hashish and anything else that affects the mind.

Allah says :

"O You who believe, intoxicants, gambling, and the altars of idols, and the games of chance are abominations of the devil; you shall avoid them , that you may succeed." Qur'an (5:90)

Allah also says:

"They ask you about intoxicants and gambling: say, "In them there is a gross sin, and some benefits for the people, ( alcohol in medicine for example, cocaine in anesthesia and pain medications) But their sinfulness far outweighs their benefit. ........" Qur'an (2:219)

Islam is a religion that respects and protects faith, life, property (ownership) and the mind (intoxicants, among which is drugs). Normally in the brain there is an inhibitory control which tells us not to engage in shameful or wrongful acts. Any suppressant drug will suppress this nerve pathways and take away such restraint. Ability to make a judgement, to protect the body or honor, a quality for humans is taken away under as a result of drugs.

Allah says :

"O you who believe! Approach not prayers, with a mind befogged, until you can understand all that you say." Qur'an (4:43)

Allah also says:

"O you who believe! Intoxicants and gambling, (dedication of) stones, and (divinations by) arrows, are an abomination of Satan's handiwork: Avoid such (abomination) that you may prosper." Qur'an (5:93)

"Satan's plan is to sow enmity and hatred among you with intoxicants and gambling, and to hinder you from the remembrance of Allah and from prayer. Will you not then give up." Qur'an (5:93)

No easy solution can be offered to solve the problem of drugs. Forit is a multifactor problem and each aspect should be addressed individually, and seriously, both by the government and by the public. While the total ban on production, import and export is the ideal solution to create a drug free society, by experience it is difficult to achieve unless strict laws are made and enforced on drug producers, traffickers and offenders, a law, that sees distinction between the helpless victim and a powerful drug Lord.

Islam provides us Muslims with such laws to protect our morality and health. While we are trying to do these, we in the mean time should pay more attention to the needs of the victim (the one who takes drugs) by the education of the masses, social workers, law enforcements agencies and the physicians at the same time developing treatment. However this requires motivation and commitment from all of us. It is beyond the dignity of a human being to become dependent on drugs be incapable of serving himself.
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PostSubject: Re: **life in islam**   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:15 am

99 Names Of ALLAH With Definition & Benefits



1)Ar Rahmaan (The Beneficent) one who recites this name 100 times will get sharp memory.

2)Ya 'Adl (The Just) One who eats the bread after writing this name Friday night, will obey his order.

3)Ya 'Afuw (The Pardoner) One who recites this name frequently, his sins will be pardoned.

4)Ya Ahad (The One) Recitation of this name 1000 times opens certain secrets.

5)Ya Akhir (The Last) One who recites this name frequently will lead a good life and at the end of this life will have a good death.

6)Ya-A'ali (The Most High) Frequent recitation of this name helps in destiny and in Traveling.

7)Ya Alim (The All Knowing) One who recites this name will become luminous and can be revealed by divine light (Noor).

8)Ya Awwal (The First) Recitation of this name, 1000 times for 40 Fridays will help in getting a child.

9)Ya Azim (The Great One) One who recites this name frequently will get respect from others.

10)Ya 'Aziz (The Mighty) Recite this name 40 times after fajr (morning) prayers for 40 days to be independent from need from others.

11)Ya Baatin (The Hidden) One who recites this name three times in a day will be able to see the truth in things.

12)Ya Badi (The Incomparable) One who recites this name 70 times will be free from all troubles.

13)Ya Baa'is (The Resurrector) One who recites this name will gain the fear of Allah.

14)Ya Baqi (The Everlasting) One who recites this name 100 times before sunrise will be saved from all disasters.

15)Ya Barr (The Source of all Goodness) One who recites this name for his child, the child will be free from misfortune.

16)Ya Basir (The All Seeing) One who recites this name 100 times after Friday Prayers (Namaz) will get the esteem in the eyes of others

17)Ya Basit (The Expander) One who recites this name 10 times after morning Prayers (Namaz) with open hands will get wealth.

18)Ya Fattah (The Opener) One who recites this name will face the victory.

19)Ya Ghaffar (The Forgiver) One who recites this name, his sins will be forgiven.

20)Ya Ghafur (The All Forgiving) Recitation of this name helps in healing from headache, Fever & depression.

21)Ya Ghani (The Self Sufficient) One who recites this name will be contented and not covetous.

22)Ya Hadi (The Guide) One who recites this name frequently will gain spiritual knowledge.

23)Ya Hafiz (The preserver) One who recites this name 16 times each day will be protected against calamities.

24)Ya Hakam (The Judge) One who recites this name frequently at night, many secrets will be revealed to him / her.

25)Ya Hakim (The Wise) One who recites this name continuously will prevent him / her from the difficulties in work.

26)Ya Halim (The Forbearing One)Write this name on the piece of paper and put it where the seeds are sown, this will prevent from any disaster & clamity.

27)Ya Hamid (The Praiseworthy) One who recites this name will be loved and praised

28)Ya Haqq (The Truth) One who recites this name will get his lost thing.

29) Ya Hasib (The Reckoner) One who starts reciting this name 70 times beginning Thursday for seven days and nights and at the 71st time recites "Habiyallah ul Hasib" will be free of fears from robbery & Jealousy.

30)Ya Hayy (The Alive) One who recites this name will have long life.

31)Ya Jaame (The Gatherer) One who recites this name will find lost things.

32)Ya Jabbar (The Compeller) ]Recitation of this name helps to prevent from violence, severity or hardness.

33)Ya Jalil (The Sublime One) One who writes this name on a piece of paper with musk and saffron, washes it, and drinks the water from a ceramic container made of earth, will be revered among men.

34)Ya Kabir (The Most Great) One who recites this name 100 times will get esteem.

35)Ya Karim (The Generous One): One who recites this name will have esteem in this world.

36)Ya Khabir (The Aware) One who recites this name will be quickly freed from the bad habit.

37)Ya Khafid (The Abaser) Recitation of this name, 70,000 times in gathering after fasting for 3 days will be safeguarded from enemy.

38)Ya Khaliq (The Creator) Recitation of this name at night will create an angel.

39)Ya Bari (The Evolver) Recitation of each 21 times will help women during child birth.

40)Ya Mussawir (The Fashioner)

41)Ya Latif (The Subtle One) One who recites this name 100 times after performing two rakats of Namaz will gets all his desires fulfilled.

42)Ya Majeed (The Noble) One who recites this name, his heart will be enlightened.

43)Ya Majid (The Most Glorious One) One who recites this name will gain glory.

44)Ya Malik (The Sovereign Lord) One who recites this name frequently will be respected and treated accordingly by others.

45)Ya Malik-Al-Mulk (The Eternal Owner of Sovereignty) One who recites this name will get esteem.

46)Ya Maani (The Preventer) One who recites this name will have a good family life.

47)Ya Matin (The Firm One) One who recites this name will be freed from any troubles.

48)Ya Mu'akhkhir (The Delayer) Reciting this name 100 times helps to love only Allah.

49)Ya Mubdi (The Originator) Recitation of this name on pregnant woman will prevent her from abortion.

50)Ya Mughni (The Enricher) One who recites this name 10 times for 10 Fridays will become self sufficient.

51)Ya Muhaymin (The Protector) One who recites this name with complete ablution, their inner being will be luminous.

52)Ya Muhsi (The Reckoner) One who recites this name 1000 times will have easiness on the judgment day.

53)Ya Muhyi (The giver of life) One who recites this name will be helped in heavy burden.

54)Ya Mur'id (The Restorer) Recitation of this name 70 times will helpful in safe return of the missing person.

55)Ya Mu'izz (The Honorer) Reciting 140 times after isha prayer will help in attaining dignity in the eyes of others.

56)Ya Mujib (The Responsive) Recitation of this name will fulfill appeals.

57)Ya Mu'min (The Guardian of Faith) One who recites this name will be free from any harm.

58)Ya Mumit (The Creator of Death) One who recites this name will be prevented from enemy.

59)Ya Muntaqim (The Avenger) One who recites this name frequently will be victorious against his enemies.

60)Ya Muqaddim (The Expediter) Recitation of this name is helpful in the battlefield

61)Ya Muqit (The maintainer) One who recites this name on a glass of water and gives this water to bad mannered child, it will help the child in attaining good manners.

62)Ya Muqsit (The Equitable) One who recites this name will be free from the harm of the devil.

63)Ya Muqtadir (The Powerful) Recitation of this name helps to know the truth.

64)Ya Muta'ali (The Most Exalted) One who recites this name frequently will gain the benevolence of Allah.

65)Ya Mutakabbir (The Majestic) Recitation of this name before having intercourse with wife will blessed with righteous child.

66)Ya Muzill (The Dishonorer) One who recites this name 75 times will be prevented from jealousy.

67)Ya Naafi (The Propitious) One who recites this name continuously for four days will be prevented from any harm.

68)Ya Nur (The Light) One who recite this name will have inner light.

69)Ya Qabiz (The Constrictor) One who writes this name on 50 pieces of food (fruit, bread, etc) for 40 days will receive ample sustenance.

70)Ya Qadir (The Able) Recitation of this name helps in fulfilling one's desires.

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