Hussain Yee: Signs of a Good Muslim (Video)
Full lecture: http://wp.me/p44bDA-34J
By: Al-Khaadem AKYMEDIA
Speaker: Hussain Yee
Chelsea Muslim Footballer Builds Mosque
LONDON – Senegal national team and Chelsea Muslim striker Demba Ba has offered money necessary to fund the construction of a mosque in his parents’ hometown in Senegal.
“Being a Muslim is more important than me being a footballer,” he was quoted as saying in an interview with the Independent by sen24heures website reported on Friday, May 9.
“A good Muslim is a good person, so I try to be a good person,” he added.
Being a devout Muslim, the Chelsea star usually celebrates his goal to performing prostration. Ba is a professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League side Chelsea and the Senegal national team.
It is also known that he was brought up in a religious home.
The news about his contribution to fund a new mosque hit the Senegalese media last week.
The new mosque is expected to be inaugurated within the coming weeks.
Ba is one of 40 other Muslim stars in the English Premier league.
The Muslim existence on English football pitches dated back to 1992 Tottenham’s Spanish midfielder Nayim was the only Muslim player in the league.
Seeking new talented players for the league, scouts brought new players from West Africa and Paris to become global stars.
The growing influx of Muslim players has been fuelled by the internationalization of football.
Ba’s homeland, Senegal, is a country in West Africa where Islam is the predominant religion. Nearly 90 percent of the country’s population is estimated to be Muslim.
How to Be a Successful Muslim Husband
Begin with a good greeting: when you return from work or travel, greet her. Start with “As-salaamu ‘alaikum” – meaning, “Peace be upon you!”. Remember the saying of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him: “Shall I guide you to a thing, if you were to do that, you would love one another? Spread the salaam [greetings of peace] amongst yourselves.” 
Look at her with love. Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said: “When a husband and wife look at each other with love, Allah looks at both of them with Mercy.”  Make eye-contact when you talk with her, as a woman she will really appreciate this – and having eye-contact which is full of love is just the icing on the cake!
Notice her and smile at her. The Prophet, peace be upon him, saw a smile as a gift of joy – an emotional gift, not a material one – a gift whose substance is received by the heart. A companion of the Prophet, Jarîr `Abd Allah said: “Since the time I accepted Islam, the Prophet (peace be upon him) never once failed to notice me. Whenever he saw me, he would smile at me.”  – and the more famous saying, “”When you smile at your brother’s face (meaning everyone, not specific to brothers), it is charity.”  Now, if you did these two things within your marriage, a more emphasized-on relationship, think of how much more virtuous it will be! Let your wife feel your love for her by your glimmering smile upon seeing her.
Tell her you love her. And tell her it often! And be imaginative sometimes – add a romantic twist! Take an example from the Prophet! The wife of the Prophet, ‘Ayesha, would ask him: “How is your love for me?” And he would reply, : “Like the rope’s knot,” meaning that it was strong and secure. Time after time she would ask him, “How is the knot?” and he would reply, “In the same condition!” 
Kiss her. This is a simple act but one with massive impact! The Prophet peace be upon him, would kiss his wife before leaving for prayers.  Positive dispositions induce positivity in the atmosphere.
Play games with her: the Prophet’s wife ‘Ayesha said that she accompanied the Prophet on a certain journey. At that time she was a mere girl and was neither fat nor bulky. The Prophet asked the people to move on, and they marched ahead. Then the Prophet said to her, “Come on, let us have a race!” ‘A’ishah says that she ran and remained ahead of him. The Prophet kept quiet for some time. Later on when ‘Ayesha had forgotton the previous incident and gained weight, again she accompanied the Prophet on some journey. The Prophet again asked the people to march ahead, and they moved ahead. Then the Prophet again asked her to have a race with him. This time the Prophet raced ahead of her and she lagged behind. Now the Prophet laughed and said, “This is in reply to my previous defeat.”