Assalaamo Alaykum,

Quite a few people visit my site and ask questions and ask me for Dua. People think I am some kind of very great person or a gifted person. May Allah forgive all of my sins, I am just a normal person. I live in London have a wife and a son. I am an IT consultant in search of my deen. Read the rest of this entry »

The Prophet ﷺ said:

“Whoever drinks alcohol, his prayers won’t be accepted for fourty days!”

● [As-Sahīhāh (No. 709, 2039, 2695, 1854)]

Nabi (صلى الله عليه و سلم) Said

 “It is also charity to utter a good word.”

[Al- Bukhari and Muslim]

Narrated Abu Huraira:

The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “A time will come when one will not care how one gains one’s money, legally or illegally.”

This post summarizes the slander that the hypocrites during Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) levied against mother of the believers, Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her). This was an important event in Islamic history that also led the revelation of important verses in Surah Nour in which Allah vindicated her.

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Abdur Rahman ibn Awf reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Abu Bakr is in Paradise, Umar is in Paradise, Uthman is in Paradise, Ali is in Paradise, Talha is in Paradise, Az-Zubair is in Paradise, Abdur Rahman ibn Awf is in Paradise, Sa’d is in Paradise, Sa’eed is in Paradise, and Abu Ubaida is in Paradise.”
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Librator of Egypt -:- (d. 43 A.H.)

It is reported that when the Muslim armies were preparing to meet with the Eastern Roman armies in the Syrian region (the Battle Of Al-Yarmuk), some people informed Caliph ‘Umar ibn Al-Khattab Radi Allaho Ta’ala, “The Roman soldiers are under the command of Artiboon (a man of great cunning and courage).” The Caliph answered, “We have appointed our own Arab Artiboon to face the Roman Artiboon. Let us see how things turn out”
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Sa’īd  ibn Zayd (R.A)  was in the forefront of those who believed in the oneness of Allah and who affirmed their faith in the prophethood of Muhammad(SallAllahu ‘Alaihi wa Sallam) .He was one of those ‘Ashratun-Mubashshirah(i.e. those ten Companions who had been given the glad tidings of belonging to Paradise.).  Sa’īd’s father, Zayd bin Amr was a hanif, a follower of the monotheistic tradition of Abraham, and hence never worshipped idols nor ate meat slaughtered in the name of idols. The Quraysh harassed him for this, and his uncle Khattab bin Nufayl became one of his main tormentors.
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Zayd ibn Harithah (R A) (c. 581-629 CE) was a companion of Muhammad (SAWS) who was at one stage regarded as his son. He is the only companion whose name appears in the Qur’an (33:37).

Narrators and historians described his appearance as short, dark swarthy, and snub-nosed. As for his reality, he was truly a great Muslim. He was one of the great commanders of the Prophet (SAWS). Zayd (R A)had three children.  Usama(R A), son of Baraka(Umm Ayman),  Zayd, son of Umm Kulthum, who died in infancy. Ruqayya, daughter of Umm Kulthum, who died while under the care of Uthman(R A). He was killed at the Battle of Mu’tah.
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Sa` ad Ibn Abi Waqqas(RadhiAllaahu Anhu), one of the companions of Prophet Mohammad (SallAllaahu ‘Alaihi wa Sallam) . He was one of those ten Companions who had been given the glad tidings of belonging to Paradise. He was the last of them to die. He died away from Medina in the land to which he retired away from the sedition between Ali & Mo’aweya(R Anhum). After his death, he was carried to Medina where he was buried. The most agreed upon date of his death was the year 55 after Hijra. Sa’ad was the first one to throw an arrow for the sake of Islam; he was the first to spill blood for the faith. He was one of the six persons that Umar ibn Al-Khattab(R A) appointed to choose a Caliph to succeed him from among them. Sa’ad was renowned for being of responded invocations. Whenever he asked Allaah for anything, he was answered. (due to the Prophet’s Special supplication for him).
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