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« on: Jun 24, 2008 07:10 PM »


Breaking into Jannah
by nuh ibn

Yahya stood contemplating the congregation that his sheikh had brought together to make salat, offer qunoot, and for study.

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« Reply #1 on: Jun 25, 2008 03:52 PM »

Asalaam Alaikum,

Interesting how a topic can make you curious!  "Breaking into Jannah".  Maashallah.

I hope I get time read more of what is on the blog.

Shukran.

Halima

The Almighty Allah says,

"When a servant thinks of Me, I am near.
When he invokes Me, I am with him.
If he reflects on Me in secret, I reply in secret,
And if he acknowledges Me in an assembly,
I acknowledge him in a far superior assembly."

- Prophet Muhammad (SAW), as reptd by Abu Huraira
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« Reply #2 on: Aug 05, 2008 11:27 AM »

The Library Book
by nuh

When Abu Yasir bin Muhammad al Salaam was appointed as imam in Jubbah, the masjid members informed him that they had a special custom: every new sheikh was expected to add a favourite religious book to the community library. Abu Yasir smiled and said nothing.

As time went by and the new sheikh still had not contributed anything to the bookshelves...

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« Reply #3 on: Aug 05, 2008 01:02 PM »

 :)that was brilliant!
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« Reply #4 on: Oct 05, 2008 04:23 PM »

Live and die like one!
by nuh ibn zbigniew gondek al kitab

A man came to a local sheikh and said, "Help me, akhi! ...

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« Reply #5 on: Oct 07, 2008 08:55 PM »

A Voice
by nuh

Two members of a community masjid were discussing the new Imam.

"Masha'Allah," said one, "what a wonderful voice for recitation!"

"What's so great about it?" said the other. "If I had his voice I'd recite just as well!"




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« Reply #6 on: Oct 10, 2008 01:53 AM »

conversation
by nuh

Two old muslims sat silently over their cups of tea for what might have been, or at least seemed to be, hours.

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« Reply #7 on: Oct 22, 2008 05:54 PM »

The Hat
by nuh ibn zbigniew gondek

A Canadian Forces infantry soldier, beaming in his well tailored uniform, was on patrol through the streets of Kandahar, Afghanistan when he passed an anemic little Muslim man....

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« Reply #8 on: Oct 23, 2008 02:09 PM »

Hard Times
by nuh ibn zbigniew gondek

A simple believer in Toronto, Canada fell on hard times; he could hardly keep himself and his family alive. So his wife said to him, "Ask Allah (swt) to come to our aid."

"Masha'Allah!" cried the believer. "While I must do Allah's will -- what right have I to ask Allah to do my will?"



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« Reply #9 on: Oct 28, 2008 02:35 PM »

Food out of the camel's mouth
by nuh ibn zbigniew gondek

A bedouin merchant from Arabia arrived at the market in Al-Hofuf.

"What are you selling?" asked a prospective customer.

Bending over confidentially, the bedouin whispered in his ear: "A variety of grains."

"Grain?" the customer asked in astonishment. "Subhan'Allah, what's the secret then?"

"Shhh!" cautioned the bedouin from Arabia. "Not so loud! I don't want the camel to know!"



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« Reply #10 on: Oct 28, 2008 09:14 PM »

Salam,

I put all your entries together so they are easier to find inshaAllah.

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« Reply #11 on: Oct 29, 2008 01:04 AM »

As salaam alaikum.

Jazak'Allahu khairan Jannah!

I thought it was getting a little messy myself.

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« Reply #12 on: Oct 31, 2008 01:47 PM »

Echoing Firaun
by nuh ibn

A believer and a non-believer were once fellow passengers on a transatlantic voyage. Suddenly a storm broke out. The ship seemed to be in danger of sinking. As a result, many of the crew and the passengers began to pray.

"Save us, O God!" cried the non-believer.

"Shhh!" warned the muslim. "God knows best, insha'Allah!"




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« Reply #13 on: Nov 07, 2008 12:58 PM »

Questions with bad answers
by nuh ibn

As the Imam sat deep in thought, a young boy came up to him and said:

"Sheikh, I don't know what do do. I'm guilty of a great sin. I failed to say 'bismillah' before one of my meals last month."

"Tsk, tsk!" Shaking his head the Imam said, "How can a believer eat without first saying the blessing."

"How could I say bismillah, Sheikh, when I hadn't even washed my hands?"

"Masha'Allah!" cried the Imam. "How can a believer swallow a mouthful with out first washing his hands?"

"But you see, Sheikh, the food was not halal."

"Not Halal! How can a Muslim eat food that is not halal?"

"But Sheikh, how in the world could it be halal; it was in the house of a Kuffar."

"What! You miserable boy! How could you eat in the house of a Kuffar?"

"But Sheikh, no believer was willing to feed me!"

"That's a wicked lie!" cried the Imam. "Who has ever heard of a believer refusing food to anybody who was hungry?"

"But Sheikh," argued the young boy, "it was Ramadan!"



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« Reply #14 on: Nov 13, 2008 08:33 PM »

Tears?
by nuh ibn

At the janazah salah of the wealthiest believer town a great many muslims turned out to pay their last respects to the dead. Among the many was a very poor man who cried uncontrollable as he took part in the procession.

"Are you a close relation of the deceased," someone asked him compassionately.

"I'm no relation at all!" he replied.

"Then why do you weep?"

"That's exactly why."



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« Reply #15 on: Nov 18, 2008 03:09 PM »

Miserable luck
by nuh ibn zbigniew gondek

A poor believing merchant from Toronto's market area died. His widow collected five hundred thousand dollars from insurance.

"Subhan'Allah!" she complained. "For over thirty-five years we lived in poverty and now that Allah (swt) have made us rich, Ahmed had to go and die!"



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« Reply #16 on: Nov 22, 2008 01:06 PM »

'Free'market inflation
by nuh ibn

Two Iraqi's went to live in London. After some time they met on the street.

"How are you making out in England?" one asked with a sigh.

"One step removed from my janazah," answered the other bitterly. "How about you?"

"Alhamdulillah! Why should I complain? I'm making a living. What more can a Muslim ask for these days? But I have been sick lately. Why, do you know that in the last three months I've spent £2200 on doctors and medicine!"

"Masha'Allah!" exclaimed the other with a homesick sigh. "Back in Baghdad you could have been sick on that money for three years."


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« Reply #17 on: Nov 30, 2008 03:59 PM »

Simple but no fool
by nuh ibn zbigniew


A believer went to his Imam and said: "I know that I am simple person, Sheikh, but I don't know what to do about it. Please advise me what to do."

"Ah, akhi!" exclaimed the sheikh, in a complimentary way. "If you know your simple, then your certainly no fool!"

"Then why does everybody say I am a fool?" complained the simple believer.

The sheikh considered these words thoughtfully for a moment.

"If you yourself don't think yourself a fool," he chided him, "but only listen to what people say, then you surely are a fool!"



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« Reply #18 on: Dec 13, 2008 11:34 AM »

Genius for conversation
nuh ibn zbigniew al kitab

Ahmed ash-Shams, a witty Syrian thinker, was once seen by a friend talking to himself in the marketplace.

"Masha'Allah," cried the friend, "do you know that you're talking to yourself?"

"And what if I do?" replied Ahmed ash-Shams. "When at last I've found a clever person to talk to -- do you have to butt in?"


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« Reply #19 on: Dec 31, 2009 03:21 PM »

The treadmill
by nuh ibn zbigniew

Once upon a time there was a Bedouin man who had been promised that he would receive all the oil-filled land he could manage to cover on foot in one day. The man ran and ran, out of fear that he would lose the opportunity to acquire a single acre, a single yard. When he could run no longer, he dragged himself along tiredly. As he finally keeled over from burnout, he stretched out his hands, straining to cover just another few inches. "I want, this, too" were his dying words.

{Those who believe, and whose hearts find satisfaction in the remembrance of Allah: for without doubt in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find satisfaction. } (13:28)


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« Reply #20 on: Dec 31, 2009 05:42 PM »

'Free'market inflation
by nuh ibn

Two Iraqi's went to live in London. After some time they met on the street.

"How are you making out in England?" one asked with a sigh.

"One step removed from my janazah," answered the other bitterly. "How about you?"

"Alhamdulillah! Why should I complain? I'm making a living. What more can a Muslim ask for these days? But I have been sick lately. Why, do you know that in the last three months I've spent £2200 on doctors and medicine!"

"Masha'Allah!" exclaimed the other with a homesick sigh. "Back in Baghdad you could have been sick on that money for three years."


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This doe's not make sense. Doctors are free in preinvasion Iraq and the UK.
You can be sick as long as you like in the UK. The same went for Iraq before the invasion.
nuh
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« Reply #21 on: Jan 01, 2010 09:41 PM »

As salaam alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.

Unless your needs are not covered by available public medicine and you need to rely on the black market for a medical solution.

May Allah, Ta'ala, forgive me for not doing enough.

Ma'as salaama,
nuh ibn zbigniew
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« Reply #22 on: Jan 07, 2010 11:49 PM »

Shining in the darkness
by nuh

"Which is more important, the sun or the moon?" A simple believer asked his Imam.

"The moon, most certainly," replied the Imam. "It shines in the darkness of night when it is needed. The sun shines only during the day, when there is no need for it at all!"




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