A Guest Is A Blessing Of Allah Essays and Term Papers

  • essay

    Guests are blessings from Allah. Islam teaches us to be generous towards guests and advises us on how to entertain them. Muslims should be kind and show gratitude on receiving guests. It is part of a good Muslim’s faith that he is welcoming and kind in treating his guests. One should be particularly...

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  • Khadijah (as)

    Khadijah, may Allah be pleased with her, came from a noble family. Her father Khuwaylid had been one of the most honored leaders of their tribe until he was killed in battle. Her husband had also died, leaving her a very wealthy woman. She was the first and most favored wife of the Prophet Mohammad (pbuh)...

    355 Words | 1 Pages

  • Shaking Hand with Women

    the light of the Qur’an and the Sunnah. Wajazakum Allah Khairan. Answers: Wa `alaykum As-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. Dear brother in Islam,...

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  • Butterflies

    In the name of Allah the most beneficent the most merciful A beautiful scene of dusk depicts a sweet picture of the universe, when the sun sets, and calm and stillness engulfs the loud voices of the day, I often see the birds returning back to their nests. These tiny creatures, lacking the faculty...

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  • Qasida Purdah Commentary (Poem of the Shawl)

    Concerning seeking forgiveness from Allah Ta’alaa and the Intercession of Rasuluallah Sallallhu Alayhi Wasallam. Chapter Ten Concerning seeking salvation and the requisition of necessities. FOREWORD We begin by praising Allah and sending choicest blessings and peace upon His last and beloved...

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  • martyrs of kerbala

    Or that you are also mentally young too? And being mentally young is what…? It means to be able to recognize beauty…. to enjoy and utilize every blessings of the creator in this world. But most importantly, it means to love. To love so much that you would be ready to sacrifice anything for that love...

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  • islamiyat

    everything except what Allah has forbidden. The teachings of Islam tell us what the limits of behavior are. Anyone who goes beyond these limits is likely to meet trouble, both in this world and in the next world. The best of women have lived their lives within the limits of Allah and have achieved greatness...

    26766 Words | 57 Pages

  • Comparison of Hinduism vs Islam

    themselves as Muslims or Mussalmans, but never as "Muhammadans". Muslims are known as monotheists because they worship and submit themselves to none but Allah, the one and only God, who is Merciful, Eternal, Mighty and Infinite. He is the Creator, the Provider and Sustainer of all creatures and the entire...

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  • Issues and Traditions of Western Religions

    motivation of the person who lashes out in violence. True Islam’s defend themselves against those who portray them to seem otherwise. Muslims believe Allah is for peace and that is what they struggle daily to prove. Another issue that concerns Islam is more of a concern for Islamic woman. For years...

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  • Essay on Myself

    skills. Fairly speaking, whenever I probe into their relationship and compatibility, I always praise ALLAH for being a perfect match maker. It is doubtless that I am endowed with a choicest blessing in form of them. My education is the priority not only for me but for my family as well. I did my Bachelors...

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  • Ethics in Life

    commands of Allah S.W.T. In combining the words ethics and Islamic, it can be concluded that true meaning of Ethics in Islamic Life means the state of being in right conduct and observing the life according to the will of Allah. In simple words, it can be put that living our life as Allah command us...

    6688 Words | 21 Pages

  • English

    month so that their souls are purified. They pray five times a day and give alms and food to the poor and the needy. They cherish a belief that Allah has given them health, strenght and opportunities of life to fulfil their obligations of fasting and other good deeds during the month of Ramzan. ...

    733 Words | 3 Pages

  • Brunei Nationa Day Celebration

    relations will become a continual practice based on the principle of mutual goodwill and respect for each other's sovereignty. The attendance of all the guests, participants and spectators, coupled with the parade, provided a carnival-like atmosphere. But what is more important is the crowd as a whole, which...

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  • notes and essays

    Rabiul Awwal an inextinguishable light known as Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) was born, triumphing over darkness which had prevailed till then. Allah Subhaanahu Wata’ala in His Infinite Mercy endowed mankind with a gift, immeasurable in worth. Celebrating, remembering and showing gratitude for that...

    1525 Words | 4 Pages

  • Islamic Studies

    hadith about the various characteristics which one looks for in a spouse and their relative importance and which ones determine success insha Allah and Allah’s blessing on a marriage. Among those hadith: “A woman is married for her deen (Religion), her wealth or her beauty. You must go for the one with deen...

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  • Islam Research Paper

    known as Shahadah. With such allegiant credo towards The Almighty/The One, better known as Allah to the Muslim community, it is a very loyal and faith based religion, with utmost respect and indebtedness to Allah. Blogger Abu Ibrahim Ismail, founder of Islamic Learning Materials tries to explain the...

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  • Shaikh Ahmed Sirhindi on Renaissance of Islam

    Shaykh Ahmad al-Faruqi as-Sirhindi May Allah Sanctify His Soul "If God causes one to approach Him, He reveals Himself to him as the object of his desire, without his knowing, As the fire of Moses, which he saw through the eye of his need, And who is the Divinity which he did not recognize. If...

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  • Muslim and Hindu Wedding Ceremony - Similarities and Differences

    children under the Islamic beliefs, can alternatively convert to the Muslim faith by performing the ‘Shahada’ ceremony in which the convert accepts Allah and Mohammed as his messenger. Once the groom has accepted the marriage offer, he must give the bride a ‘mahar’, meaning gift in the form of money...

    2602 Words | 8 Pages

  • ant101

    girl and 2 animals if it is a boy. After the sacrificing of the livestock, Muslims will then give the meat to family, friends, and the poor. To thank Allah, the child’s head is shaved and they weigh the hair then the parents must give at least the same weight of gold to charity or the poor. The first taste...

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  • Muhammad my only hero my only inspiration

    and after his life. Having the habit of putting other peoples’s feelings ahead of his own, he was also the most courteous of hosts and the best of guests wherever he went. He was a dedicated and a friendly person who claimed that he was not a poet, yet he could express himself in the most concise manner...

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