That the mainstream music industry is promoting an overdose of evil, should already be known for the believers on this planet. After doing a research about the idols of nowadays I came across some references about Shaytaan doing his job as usual.
Bismillah ir-Rahman ir-Rahim (in the Name of Allah) ﷽
By: Soufyan Bouharat
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FIRST attack the Prophet (saw) and try to discredit him. When that fails they attack the Sahaba (ra) as they were the carriers of the Sunnah and many a hadith can be traced to them and the Mothers of the Believers (ra). When that fails they attack the ulema (from back in the day until modern times) because they are the ones that help us understand the sunnah.
Once you know this and start reading Islamic history you will see the many different and creative ways we were attacked. Nowadays the pattern of attack is the same but instead they know have 24hr “news” media to do it. However, don’t fret as Allah swt has promised to protect His (swt) deen and Quran and Sunnah. Alhumdulilah.
The 40th president of the United States, Ronald Reagan famously stated in a piece in the New York Times in 1993,
“May I offer you the advice of the 14th century Arab historian Ibn Khaldun, who said: “At the beginning of the empire, the tax rates were low and the revenues were high. At the end of the empire, the tax rates were high and the revenues were low.”
And, no, I did not personally know Ibn Khaldun, although we may have had some friends in common!”1
Although one may agree or disagree with the conservative economic policies of Ronald Reagan, there is no denying the genius of the man he is quoting – Ibn Khaldun. He was centuries ahead of his time. His monumental work, the Muqaddimah, published in 1377, is hard to categorize. All at once it is a resource on history, Islam, science, sociology, economics, politics, warfare, and philosophy. One article on the entire book would be a disservice to Ibn Khaldun and the great amount of knowledge he left for subsequent generations. Instead, this article will focus only on some of his economic ideas, which centuries later form some of the basic ideas we use in government taxation today.
By: Soufyan Bouharat
For everyone that’s trying to dress sexy these days. I searched in the dictionary about the word and this is the definition of sexy: “Provoking or intended to provoke sexual interest”. Let’s think about the definition of the word sex-y.
The word cut in 2 pieces already tells you what it really means. If you are trying your best to dress “sexy”, what you are actually trying to do is, to show people that you are somebody that someone else would have sexual interaction with. So you are inviting the other to raise their sexual lust in them.