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Understanding the Prophet's Life --> [Feelings] PDF Print E-mail
Understanding Prophet's Life (PBUH)
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 21:16

Understanding the Prophet's Life SAW

One should try not to hurt the feelings of others. There are many things which may hurt others' feelings. Temperamental differences in daily life may cause offence. As a matter of principle, every Muslim should try his best not to upset or hurt others. This is the basis of the grave sin of back-biting. For by back-biting one hurts others' feelings. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) directed that in a gathering of three people, two should not whisper among themselves lest it hurt the feelings of the person who is left out. In a large gathering, however, whispering may not cause offence. The Prophet said: "Do not whisper lest it grieve the third person." (Muslim)

Reflection on the Islamic moral code makes it clear that the avoidance of hurting the feelings of a Muslim is a fundamental principle. It is a serious offence, as is evident from the Prophet's following observation: "Whoever hurts a Muslim is as guilty as if he hurt Allah." (Tabarani) By the same token, if one pleases a fellow Muslim, it is an act of immense blessing accruing from Allah and His Messenger. The Prophet said: "Whoever fulfills the needs of a member of my community and pleases him indeed pleases me. And on doing so pleases Allah, as a result of which he will enter Paradise." (Bayhaqi) This observation by the Prophet is worth noting, for it details that a Muslim is one who embodies love. One who is not kind and affectionate towards others may hurt someone's feelings. One should therefore exercise caution in cracking jokes lest it offend someone.

Source:
 "Inter Personal Relations" - Khurram Murad, p. 27

 

 
Understanding the Prophet's (PBUH) Life --> [ Confused Dreams] PDF Print E-mail
Understanding Prophet's Life (PBUH)
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 21:16

Understanding the Prophet's Life SAW

One day, the Prophet (peace be upon him) was speaking to his companions when the sun, almost setting, touched the crests of the hill and he said, 'Relative to what has passed, there is as little time left in the world as there is in this day.' [Tirmidhi]

Let the person of intelligence seeking counsel for himself reflect upon this hadith. Let him know what can befall him in the time that remains for the world. Let him know that he is living with illusions and 'confused dreams', and that he may be selling everlasting happiness and everlasting grace for a paltry price. But if he seeks God and the abode of the next world, he will be given his full measure and much more. As the saying goes, 'Child of Adam, sell this world for the next and you will profit from them both. But do not sell the next world for this one, or you will lose them both.'

Compiled From:
 "The Invocation of God" - Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya

 

 
The Day of Ashura (10th Muharram) Monday November 3rd PDF Print E-mail
The Community
Monday, 27 October 2014 20:31

The Day of Ashura (10th Muharram) Monday November 3rd

Although the month of Muharram is a sacred month as a whole, the 10th of Muharram is the most sacred among all its days. The day is named 'Ashurah'. It is one of the most important and blessed days of Allah SWT in the Islamic calendar.

Fasting

Fasting

The Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu-Alayhi-Wasallam) has exhorted and encouraged his Ummah to fast on this day.

 He said: "This fast is a compensation for the (minor) sins of the past year." (Hadith:Muslim)

 "Observe the fast of Aashora and oppose the Jews. Fast a day before it or a day after." (Hadith:Baihaqi)

 Hence, it is important to either fast on the Ninth and the Tenth or the Tenth and the Eleventh of Muharram. To fast only on the day of Aashora is Makrooh (undesirable).

 
Happy New Hijri Year 1436 PDF Print E-mail
The Community
Monday, 27 October 2014 20:28

Islamic Society of Delaware wishes a Happy New Islamic Year to everyone. Insha' Allah the new year will bring peace and prosperity to all in the world.

New Year

 
Khateeb (Public Speaking) Workshop at ISD With Omar Usman (Qalam Institute) November 7 and 8 PDF Print E-mail
ISD Events
Monday, 27 October 2014 20:23

When: Friday and Saturday(Nov 7th & 8th)
Led By Br. Omar Usman an instructor of Qalam Institute
Where: Islamic Society of Delaware (Masjid Ibrahim)
               28 Salem Church Rd, Newark, DE 19713
Prices: $15/Student, $30/Adult, $50/Family
 
NO Student will be turned away for financial reasons. Please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.
 
Register at http://www.iqrainstitute.org/ index.php/course/khateeb-workshop/

https://www.facebook.com/events/1494055737528251/?ref= br_tf

Note that on 7th Nov its a Preview Class @ 7:PM the actual class will be on 8th Nov 10-AM to 6 PM
 

Khateeb Workshop

 
Family Night at the Masjid Friday October 31st at 6:00 PM PDF Print E-mail
ISD Events
Monday, 27 October 2014 20:16

ISD Youth Committee invites all community members to spend the evening on October 31st at the Masjid.  Please bring your family and friends and make this a fun evening for all. The event will have short lecture by Shiekh Hadi, Islamic Quiz and fun activities for kids.

Family Night

 
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And be not like those who started from their homes insolently and to be seen of men, and to hinder (men) from the path of Allah: for Allah compasseth all that they do. 8:47

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