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Nouman Ali Khan: Don’t Start A Marriage With A Lie (Video)



Trying to look sexy

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.

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Nouman Ali Khan: The Responsibility of All Muslims (Quran Weekly)


info-pictogram1 Allah sent Messengers to humanity so that we wouldn’t have any excuse in front of Allah.
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Khalid Yasin: A Menace II Society (VIDEO)

info-pictogram1 Shaykh Khalid Yasin, a former Christian, is the Executive Director of the Islamic Teaching Institute (ITI); a premier organisation dedicated to the work of Dawah. He has studied the Arabic language in Madina, Saudi Arabia and Cairo, Egypt and has had many mentors and teachers who tutored him in Fiqh us-Sunnah, Fiqh us-Seerah, Islamic History and the memorisation and recitation of the Holy Qur’an. In the past ten years, the ITI has delivered more than 5000 persons to Islam and an additional 1,476 since the September 11 Attacks. Shaykh Khalid Yasin delivered a lecture in Saudi Arabia in 1994 titled “The Purpose of Life”, which resulted in 43 persons accepting Islam on that very night. Khalid Yasin constantly tours the world delivering lectures aimed at removing distortions about Islam and Muslims, conducting Dawah Training Courses, and providing new Muslims with a specially designed Islamic Training Program. Khalid Yasin is committed to raising the consciousness of the Muslims to fulfil the responsibility of Dawah and the establishment of Islamic revival, Insha’Allah.
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Nouman Ali Khan: Responsibility (VIDEO)

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It’s not up to anyone else in our lives to keep us happy and content; that is our responsibility.

gb copy It’s not up to anyone else in our lives to keep us happy and content; that is our responsibility.
es copy No depende de nadie más de nuestras vidas para mantenernos felices y contentos, es nuestra responsabilidad.
nl copy Het is niet aan iemand anders in ons leven om ons gelukkig en tevreden te houden, dat is onze verantwoordelijkheid.
fr copy Ce n’est pas à quelqu’un d’autre dans nos vies pour nous garder heureux et content, c’est notre responsabilité.
de copy Es ist nicht bis zu jeder andere in unserem Leben, die uns glücklich und zufrieden zu halten, das ist unsere Verantwortung.
CN67867 Zhè shì dá bù dào rènhé rén zài wǒmen de shēnghuó zhōng bǎochí wǒmen de kuàilè yǔ mǎnzú, zhè shì wǒmen de zérèn.
Sweden Det är inte upp till någon annan i våra liv för att hålla oss glada och nöjda, det är vårt ansvar.
rus7897 Eto ne do kogo-libo yeshche v nashey zhizni , chtoby derzhat’ nas schastlivymi i dovol’nymi , to yest’ nasha otvetstvennost’.
4523turkey Bu mutlu ve içerik bizi korumak için hayatımızda herkesten kadar değil, bu bizim sorumluluğumuzdur.
images Non spetta a nessun altro nella nostra vita per farci felici e contenti, questa è la nostra responsabilità.
indonesiaID Ini tidak sampai kepada orang lain dalam hidup kita untuk membuat kita bahagia dan puas, yaitu tanggung jawab kami.

What Is Our Purpose In Life? (Video)

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So what does the Creator, Allah, tell us about our purpose in life? Allah states in the Quran that He created man to be His Khalefah, His trustee on earth (Quran 2:30). Mankind’s basic trust, our responsibility, is to believe in and worship Allah:
“And I did not create the Jinn and mankind except to worship Me…” (Quran, 51:56-58)

Ten ways to avoid marrying the wrong person

The following is a useful resource we can use to help us figure out what sort of person we should marry, and can also come in handy when asking questions!

There is a right way and a wrong way to get to know someone for marriage. The wrong way is to get caught up in the excitement and nuance of a budding relationship and in the process completely forget to ask the critical questions that help determine compatibility. One of the biggest mistakes that many young Muslims make is rushing into marriage without properly and thoroughly getting to know someone.

A common myth is that the duration of a courtship is an accurate enough measure of how compatible two people are. The logic follows that the longer you speak with someone, the better you will know them. The problem with that premise is that no consideration is given to how that time is spent.

Increasingly, young Muslim couples are engaging in “halal dating,” which is basically socializing with each other in the company of friends and/or family. This includes going out to dinner, watching a movie, playing some sport or other leisure activity, etc. Depending on the family or culture, conversations are either minimal & chaperoned or worse, unrestricted and unsupervised. When you consider these limitations it makes one wonder when exactly, if ever at all, would the critical conversations take place? Unfortunately, for many, the answer is never and they live to suffer the consequences. If you or someone you know is in the “getting to know someone” phase, the following guide offers advice on exactly what to look for and avoid:

1) Do Not Marry Potential: 

Oftentimes men consider marrying a woman hoping she never changes while a woman considers marrying a man she hopes she can change. This is the wrong approach on both accounts. Don’t assume that you can change a person after you’re married to them or that they will reach their potential. There is no guarantee, after all, that those changes will be for the better. In fact, it’s often for the worse. If you can’t accept someone or imagine living with them as they are then don’t marry them. These differences can include a number of things such as ideological or practical differences in religion, habits, hygiene, communication skills, etc.

2) Choose Character over Chemistry: 

While chemistry and attraction are no doubt important, character precedes them both. A famous quote follows, “Chemistry ignites the fire, but character keeps it burning.” The idea of falling “in love” should never be the sole reason for marrying someone; it is very easy to confuse infatuation and lust for love. The most important character traits to look for include humility, kindness, responsibility, & happiness. Here’s a breakdown of each trait:

1. Humility: 
The humble person never makes demands of people but rather always does right by them. They put their values and principles above convenience and comfort. They are slow to anger, are modest, and avoid materialism.

2. Kindness:
The kind person is the quintessential giver. They seek to please and minimize the pain of others. To know if a person is a giver, observe how they treat their family, siblings, and parents. Do they have gratitude towards their parents for all that they’ve done for them? If not, then know that they will never appreciate what you do for them. How do they treat people they don’t have to be kind towards (i.e. waiters, sales associates, employees, etc)? How do they spend their money? How do they deal with anger; their own anger and their reaction to someone else’s anger?

3. Responsibility: 
A responsible person has stability in their finances, relationships, job, and character. You can you rely on this person and trust what they say.

4. Happiness:
A happy person is content with their portion in life. They feel good about themselves and good about their life. They focus on what they have rather than on what they don’t have. They very rarely complain.

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With knowledge comes the responsibility of taking action.

gb copy With knowledge comes the responsibility of taking action.
es copy Con el conocimiento viene la responsabilidad de tomar acción.
nl copy Met kennis komt de verantwoordelijkheid van het nemen van actie.
fr copy Avec la connaissance vient la responsabilité de prendre des mesures.
de copy Mit Wissen kommt die Verantwortung zu handeln.
CN67867 Suízhe zhīshì lái cǎiqǔ xíngdòng de zérèn.
Sweden Med kunskap kommer ansvar att vidta åtgärder.
rus7897 So znaniyem prikhodit otvetstvennost’ prinyatiya resheniya.
4523turkey Bilgi ile eyleme sorumluluk getirir.
images Con la conoscenza viene la responsabilità di agire.
indonesiaID Dengan pengetahuan datang tanggung jawab mengambil tindakan.