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Nouman Ali Khan: You’re Forgiven, Move On! – That’s Messed Up! (Video)

People look for ways to point out your flaws. Allah looks for ways to cover them up. This is the second episode of “That’s Messed Up.” A new video will be released every Monday.

French Director Finds Islam After Charlie Attacks



CAIRO – French director Isabelle Matic has announced her decision to revert to Islam on her FaceBook account, making the unexpected announcement only a few days after Charlie Hebdo Paris attacks.

“Today, I passed through the first pillar of Islam. There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is His Prophet,” Matic said in a message posted on her Facebook page on January 11.

She followed her announcement with a series of posts in which she thanked Moroccan actor Hicham Bahloul for announcing her decision on Moroccan papers.

In another message, she described how she took the decision and its effect on her beliefs in freedom of expression.

“Between the massacre at the premises of Charlie Hebdo and other event that have followed: I became a Muslim,” Matic wrote.

“Am I still for freedom of expression for all and Charlie Hebdo in particular?! Yes,” Matic wrote yesterday.

“With regard to my position towards the caricatures of the Prophet, I will write you the text of the SMS that I received this morning from a mosque which agreed quite well with my thoughts since the beginning of the cartoons, well before I became a Muslim,” she added

“They are making fun of Muhammad and do not harm Muhammad. They are making fun of a character that they have imagined and to whom they have given a name. This man is not our Prophet,” she wrote.

The new Muslim referred to the early life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) when non-believers rejected his calls to Islam.

“The Makkans laughed at Muhammad (worthy of praise) in the appellant Modamam (worthy of name calling). The prophet peace be upon him was smiling. Yes, he was smiling! And he said: They are making fun of Modamam and not me,” Matic wrote.

“The wisdom is the answer to provocations. And this is what our beloved Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be with him) has taught us.

“So when Charlie Hebdo will be published insha ‘ allah (God willing), do not pay attention. Do not respond to the provocation. And do not give them of importance,” she added.

In its Wednesday’s edition, Charlie Hebdo magazine features a cartoon of a man they claim to be the prophet of Islam on the cover.

The cover depicts Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) with a tear falling from his cheek, holding a sign that says, “Je suis Charlie” under the headline “All Is Forgiven.”

The edition is the first after two gunmen attacked the magazine’s headquarters in Paris, killing 10 journalists and two policemen. Two of the dead were Muslims, an editor and a police cop.

It culminates the magazine’s long history of offending millions of Muslims worldwide

Things that Benefit the Dead

By: Muhammad al-Jibaly


“And that the human being can have nothing but what he has earned (good or bad).” [Al-Qur’an 53:39]

Commenting on this ayah Ibn Kathir, rahimahullah, said, Imam ash-Shafi’i concluded from this ayah that reciting the Qur’an does not benefit the dead, because it is not from their doing and earning. For this reason, Allah’s Messenger, upon whom be peace, did not recommend it to his ummah, encourage them to do it, or guide them to it with a text or a hint. Nor was such a thing reported from any of the sahabah. Had this been any good, they would have preceeded us in doing it. Matters of worship must be limited to the texts, and are not liable to modifications based on analogies and opinions.” [Tafsir Qur’an il-‘Adhim] It is in general true that one cannot benefit from other people’s deeds after his death. But this has important exceptions detailed in this chapter.

Janazah Prayer

When the Muslims pray janazah for their deceased brother, they are granted intercession for him. The more the number of Muslims who join in the prayer, the more beneficial it is for the deceased.

This means that Allah takes their testimony and supplication regarding the deceased’s apparent actions as a sufficient reason for forgiveness. Since those Muslims who associated with him did not find any major problem to prevent them from supplicating for him Allah, the Most Generous, accepts that and agrees to forgive many of his hidden sins that they did not know. Anas and A’ishah,rahimahullah, reported that Allah’s Messenger, sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said, “Whenever a (Muslim) person dies, and a group of Muslims numbering one hundred pray janazah for him, all interceding on his behalf, their intercession is granted (by Allah) and he is forgiven.” [Muslim and others]

Ibn ‘Abbas, rahimahullah, reported that Allah’s Messenger, sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said, “Whenever a Muslim man dies, and forty men stand for his janazah prayer, all of them not joining anything with Allah in worship, Allah grants them intercession for him.” [Muslim and others]

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Ali Hammuda: Keep Your SINS a Secret & Do Not Publicize Them (Video)


info-pictogram1 The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “All of my Ummah (Nation) may be forgiven for their sins, except for those who publicize them.

May Allah be glorified and thanked (IMAGE)


The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Whoever says, Subhaanallaahi wa bi hamdih (May Allah be glorified and thanked), one hundred times, his sins will be forgiven even if they were like the foam of the sea.” [Bukhari]

“All of My Ummah may be Forgiven Except those who Broadcast their sins” (IMAGE)


info-pictogram1 Broad-cast

1. To transmit (a radio or television program) for public or general use.
2. To send out or communicate, especially by radio or television: The agency broadcast an urgent appeal for medical supplies.
3. To make known over a wide area: broadcast rumors.
4. To sow (seed) over a wide area, especially by hand.
broad·cast or broad·cast·edbroad·cast·ingbroad·casts

The past is but a memory, a place where good things live forever, the rest must be sacrificed, learned from & forgiven.

gb copy The past is but a memory, a place where good things live forever, the rest must be sacrificed, learned from & forgiven.
es copy El pasado no es más que un recuerdo, un lugar donde las cosas buenas de vivir para siempre, el resto debe ser sacrificada, aprendido de y perdonado.
nl copy Het verleden is slechts een herinnering, een plek waar goede dingen voor altijd leven, de rest moet worden opgeofferd, geleerd van en vergeven.
fr copy Le passé n’est plus qu’un souvenir, un endroit où les bonnes choses vivent toujours, le reste doit être sacrifié, tirés et pardonné.
de copy Die Vergangenheit ist nur noch eine Erinnerung, ein Ort, wo gute Dinge für immer leben, der Rest muss geopfert werden, gelehrt von & verziehen.
CN67867 Guòqù zhǐshì yīgè jìyì, zài nàlǐ hǎo dōngxi yǒngyuǎn huózhe, bìxū xīshēng xiūxí dì dìfāng, cóng xué yǔ yuánliàng.
Sweden Det förflutna är ett minne blott, en plats där bra saker att leva för evigt, resten måste offras, lärt sig och förlåten.
rus7897 Proshloye nopamyat’ , mesto, gde khoroshiye veshchi zhit’ vechno , ostal’nyye dolzhny byt’ prineseny v zhertvu , uznal ot & proshcheny.
4523turkey Geçmiş ama bir bellek, iyi şeyler kalanı kurban edilmeli, sonsuza kadar yaşayacak bir yer öğrendim ve affedildi.
images Il passato è solo un ricordo, un luogo in cui vivono per sempre cose buone, il resto deve essere sacrificato, appreso da e perdonato.
indonesiaID Masa lalu hanyalah kenangan, tempat di mana hal-hal baik hidup selamanya, sisanya harus dikorbankan, belajar dari & diampuni.

You must forgive to be forgiven.

gb copy You must forgive to be forgiven.
es copy Usted debe perdonar para ser perdonados.
nl copy Je moet vergeven om vergeven te worden.
fr copy Vous devez pardonner pour être pardonnés.
de copy Sie müssen verzeihen, zu vergeben.
CN67867 Nǐ bìxū yuánliàng bèi yuánliàng.
Sweden Du måste förlåta för att bli förlåtna.
rus7897 Vy dolzhny prostit’ , chtoby poluchit’ proshcheniye.
4523turkey Sen affedilmeyi affetmek gerekir.
images È necessario perdonare per essere perdonati.
indonesiaID Anda harus mengampuni agar diampuni.