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Get married to complete half of your deen(religion) – Hadith

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Source: Nikah Mubaruk

Marriage is a union of souls, in the deepest sense that Allah (God) joins two souls together so that they may enjoy tranquility and stability in a marital home filled with sincere love and compassionate mercy

Allah says in Quran:

“Among His Signs Is That He Created Companion ( Mate, Spouse) For You From Among Yourself, So That You May Find Tranquility With Them, And (He) Set Love And Mercy Between You. Surely In This Are Signs For People Who Give Thought” Surah Ar-Rum, 21 (30:21).
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Honour Your Wives

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Source: al-islam.org

Imam Ridha’ (‘a) narrated from his fathers from Imam Amir ul Mu’mineen ‘Ali (‘a) from the Holy Prophet (S) who said: “Woe to the woman who makes her husband angry, and happy is the woman whose husband is pleasantly contented with her.”

Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 8, p. 310

The Holy Prophet (S) said: “He who has two wives and does not treat justly in dividing his self and his wealth between them, he will be raised on the Resurrection Day while he is chained in punishment and half of his body is not straight until he enters Hell.”

Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 7, p. 214

Imam al-Baqir (‘a) said: “He who takes a woman (marries) should certainly respect her, because the wife of anyone of you is a means of your pleasure, so the one who marries a woman should not spoil or disgrace her (by disregarding her respectable rights).”

Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 103, p. 224

Imam Amir ul Mu’mineen ‘Ali (‘a) said: “In any condition conciliate the wives, and talk with them warmly and through kind words, thereby, they may change their actions into good ones.”

Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 103, p. 223

Imam Musa ibn Ja’far (‘a) narrated from his father (‘a) from the Holy Prophet (S) who said: “However much the Faith of a man increases, his regard for women increases.”

Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 103, p. 228

The Holy Prophet (S) said: “From the things of the world, I regard women and perfume highly, but prayer is the light of my eyes, (the love and worship of Allah).

Al-Khisal, vol. 1, p. 183; Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 76 p. 141

Imam Amir ul Mu’mineen ‘Ali (‘a) said: “The worst man is he who restricts his household.”

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Unfounded doubts and fears of action

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Source: imamreza.net

By: Ayatullah Shaykh Husain Mazaheri

We have categorised waswasa (repeated, unfounded doubts and fears) into two kinds: waswasa of thought and waswasa of action. We have already dealt with the first category. Today we shall talk about waswasa of action.

Sometimes people get excessive doubts about the tasks they are doing. For example: while doing wudhu (ablution), performing the ritual bath (Ghusl),performing the prayers etc. They get doubts whether they have performed these actions strictly in accordance to the set norms or not. Such doubts are very harmful for homes. A person who nurses repeated doubts about his own actions becomes an outcast from the society. He can no longer feel love for his home. Those in the audience who have the tendency of doubting their own actions should give particular attention to this talk.

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Return to Wisdom by Hamza Yusuf: Friday Sermon at Zaytuna College (Video)

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Amir Sulaiman – Love Muhammad (Video)

8th January 2015 Rumi’s Cave

Did you know the letter ‘J’ is no more than 600 years old?

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Mostafa Hosny: Messenger of God Muhammed PBUH (English Subtitles)

Nouman Ali Khan: It’s a Girl! (Video)

”When my 3rd daughter was born, I was overtaken by joy. The Prophet (peace be upon him) promised Paradise for those who care for their daughters and fears Allah regarding them. I was so happy about having a girl again that I bought doughnuts for everyone and took them to isha prayer.
A brother came to me that night and asked, “Oh what happened? Is there some good news?” I replied, “Yes! It’s a Girl!” He looked at me and said, “Inshallah next time” as if it wasn’t good news because I didn’t have a boy.
I was so upset that I wanted to slap the brother across the face. That is what idol worshippers in Makkah would have said! That is what people who don’t believe in Allah would have said! The fact that I had my 3rd daughter, allows me to celebrate the words of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wa sallam. What bigger congratulations could there be?!” – Brother Nouman Ali Khan

Brief History of Prophet Musa (Moses) In Islam

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Source: islamicinformation.net

Note : Prophet Moosa is also known as Prophet Musa or Moses
Firaun is also known as Pharaoh

Prophet Moosa (AS) was born at the time of Fir’aun. Fir’aun was a king who hated the Bani Israa’eel, who were the tribe of Prophet Moosa (AS).

A short while before Prophet Moosa (AS) was born, Fir’aun was told that a boy from the Bani Israa’eel would soon be born and at whose hands Fir’aun’s kingdom would be destroyed. On hearing this, the cruel king ordered that every male child born to the Bani Israa’eel should be killed.
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