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  1. A Thought: What is wrong Muslim Men? l was reading about a new marriage app or some such nonsense. When will Men realize they are going to be unhappy with whomever they talk themselves into marrying? For example, Men have to write a profile of themselves. l'd be honest about mine. Decrepit Dotard. What interest will a cute, rich girl want with that?
  2. Guest

    Haram

    Salam alaykoum! I've been talking with a guy online and i really like him and he likes me too. I know that he isn't fake and i'm 100% sure of it because My friend knows him. Is IT haram for me to be in a distancerelationstips with him? We won't touch each other or something like that because I won't meet him in person. We will just like talk. Is it haram?
  3. Azhari

    Allah

    Allah, is an Arabic word, is the unique name of God.( knowingTujweed( Muslims prefer to use Allah rather than God. Allah is the only God, all-powerful and all-knowing creator, sustainer, ordainer and judge of the universe. He is unique (wahid) and inherently one (ahad), all-merciful and omnipotent. Allah says in Al Quran about him: (O Esteemed Messenger!) Proclaim: ‘He is Allah, Who is the One. Allah is the Transcendent of all, the Protector and Far-Superior to all. He has not begotten any, nor is He begotten. Nor is there anyone equal to Him.’ (Al Quran 112: 1-4) It is the fundamental belief of the Muslims that Allah does not resemble anything. He does not have body, face, hands, legs or any other parts. But He sees without the eyes. He hears without the ears. He exists without a place.“Teaching Islamic Studies” According to the Al Quran, "No vision can grasp Him, but His grasp is over all vision. God is above all comprehension, yet is acquainted with all things" (Al Quran 6:103) Muslims believe that Allah created whole universe and the creature by his sheer command “Kun” means “Be”. According to the Al Quran, “(He is the) Originator of the heavens and the earth. When He decides a matter, He simply says to it: “Be”, and it comes to be.” (Al Quran 2: 117) Further Allah says that the purpose of human creation is to worship him. “I did not create the Jinns and the human beings except for the purpose that they should worship Me.”“Online Quran Teaching” (Al Quran 51: 56) “Online Arabic Teaching” There are 99 Names of Allah which is called as “al hasma al husnaa” means "The beautiful names". Each of which evoke a distinct characteristic of Allah. All these names refer to Allah, the supreme and all-comprehensive divine name. Among the 99 names of God, the most famous and most frequent of these names are "the Merciful" (ar-raḥman) and "the Compassionate" (ar-raḥim). Al Hasma Al Husnaa - 99 Names of Allah 1 الرحمنAr-RaḥmānThe Exceedingly Compassionate, The Exceedingly Beneficent, The Exceedingly Gracious 2 الرحيمAr-RaḥīmThe Exceedingly Merciful 3 الملك Al-Malik The King 4 القدوس Al-QuddūsThe Holy, The Pure, The Perfect 5 السلام As-SalāmThe Peace, The Source of Peace and Safety 6 المؤمن Al-MuʾminThe Guarantor, The Affirming 7 المهيمن Al-MuhayminThe Guardian 8 العزيز Al-ʿAzīz The Almighty, The Invulnerable, The Honorable 9 الجبار Al-JabbārThe Irresistible, The Compeller, The Lofty 10 المتكبر Al-MutakabbirThe Majestic, The Supreme 11 الخالق Al-KhāliqThe Creator 12 البارئ Al-BāriʾThe Evolver, The Fashioner, The Designer 13 المصور Al-MuṣawwirThe Fashioner of Forms 14 الغفار Al-Ġaffār The Repeatedly Forgiving 15 القهار Al-QahhārTheSubduer 16 الوهاب Al-WahhābTheBestower 17 الرزاقAr-RazzāqThe Provider 18 الفتاح Al-FattāḥThe Opener, The Victory Giver "learn Quran" 19 العليم Al-ʿAlīm The All Knowing, The Omniscient 20 القابض Al-QābiḍThe Restrainer, The Straightener 21 الباسط Al-BāsiṭThe Extender / Expander 22 الخَافِض Al-KhāfiḍTheAbaser 23 الرافعAr-RāfiʿThe Exalter 24 المعز Al-MuʿizzThe Giver of Honour 25 المذل Al-MuḏillThe Giver of Dishonour 26 السميع As-SamīʿThe All Hearing 27 البصير Al-BaṣīrThe All Seeing 28 الحكم Al-Ḥakam The Judge, The Arbitrator 29 العدل Al-ʿAdl The Utterly Just 30 اللطيف Al-LaṭīfThe Gentle, The Subtly Kind 31 الخبير Al-KhabīrThe All Aware 32 الحليم Al-Ḥalīm The Forbearing, The Indulgent 33 العظيم Al-ʿAẓīm The Magnificent 34 الغفور Al-Ġafūr The Much-Forgiving 35 الشكورAš-Šakūr The Grateful 36 العلي Al-ʿAlī The Sublime 37 الكبير Al-KabīrThe Great 38 الحفيظ Al-Ḥafīẓ The Preserver 39 المقيت Al-MuqītTheNourisher 40 الحسيب Al-Ḥasīb The Bringer of Judgment www.alazharquranteaching.com 41 الجليل Al-Ğalīl The Majestic 42 الكريم Al-KarīmThe Bountiful, The Generous 43 الرقيبAr-RaqībThe Watchful 44 المجيب Al-MuğībThe Responsive, The Answer 45 الواسع Al-WāsiʿThe Vast, The All-Embracing, The Omnipresent, The Boundless 46 الحكيم Al-Ḥakīm The Wise 47 الودود Al-WadūdThe Loving 48 المجيد Al-Mağīd All-Glorious, The Majestic 49 الباعث Al-BāʿiṯTheResurrecter 50 الشهيدAš-Šahīd The Witness 51 الحق Al-Ḥaqq The Truth, The Reality 52 الوكيل Al-WakīlThe Trustee, The Dependable, The Advocate 53 القوي Al-QawwīThe Strong 54 المتين Al-MatīnThe Firm, The Steadfast 55 الولي Al-WalīThe Friend, Patron and Helper 56 الحميد Al-Ḥamīd The All Praiseworthy 57 المحصي Al-MuḥṣīTheAccounter, The Numberer of All 58 المبدئ Al-MubdiʾThe Originator, The Producer, The Initiator 59 المعيد Al-MuʿīdThe Restorer, The Reinstater Who Brings Back All 60 المحيي Al-MuḥyīThe Giver of Life learnquran online 61 المميت Al-MumītThe Destroyer, The Bringer of Death 62 الحي Al-Ḥayy The Living 63 القيوم Al-QayyūmThe Subsisting, The Guardian 64 الواجد Al-WāğidThe Perceiver, The Finder, The Unfailing 65 الماجد Al-MāğidThe Illustrious, The Magnificent 66 الواحد Al-WāḥidThe One, The Unique 67 الاحد Al-ʾAḥad The Unity, The Indivisible 68 الصمدAṣ-Ṣamad The Eternal, The Absolute, The Self-Sufficient 69 القادر Al-QādirThe Omnipotent, The All Able 70 المقتدر Al-MuqtadirThe Determiner, The Dominant 71 المقدم Al-MuqaddimThe Expediter, He Who Brings Forward 72 المؤخر Al-MuʾakhkhirThe Delayer, He Who Puts Far Away 73 الأول Al-ʾAwwal The First, The Beginning-less 74 الأخر Al-ʾAḫir The Last, The Endless 75 الظاهرAẓ-Ẓāhir The Manifest, The Evident, The Outer 76 الباطن Al-BāṭinThe Hidden, The Unmanifest, The Inner 77 الوالي Al-WālīThe Patron, The Protecting Friend, The Friendly Lord 78 المتعالي Al-MutaʿālīThe Supremely Exalted, The Most High 79 البر Al-Barr The Good, The Beneficent 80 التواب At-TawwābThe Ever Returning, Ever Relenting 81 المنتقم Al-MuntaqimThe Avenger 82 العفو Al-ʿAfū The Pardoner, The Effacer, The Forgiver 83 الرؤفAr-RaʾūfThe Kind, The Pitying www.alazharquranteaching.com 84 مالك الملكMālik-ul-MulkThe Owner of all Sovereignty 85 ذو الجلال والإكرامDhū-l-Ğalāliwa-l-ʾikrām The Lord of Majesty and Generosity 86 المقسط Al-MuqsiṭThe Equitable, The Requiter 87 الجامع Al-Ğāmiʿ The Gatherer, The Unifier 88 الغني Al-Ġanī The Rich, The Independent 89 المغني Al-MuġnīThe Enricher, The Emancipator learn quran online 90 المانع Al-MāniʿThe Withholder, The Shielder, The Defender 91 الضارAḍ-Ḍārr The Distressor, The Harmer, The Afflictor 92 النافع An-NāfiʿThe Propitious, The Benefactor, The Source of Good 93 النور An-NūrThe Light 94 الهادي Al-HādīThe Guide, The Way 95 البديع Al-BadīʿThe Incomparable, The Unattainable 96 الباقي Al-BāqīThe Immutable, The Infinite, The Everlasting 97 الوارث Al-WāriṯThe Heir, The Inheritor of All 98 الرشيدAr-RašīdThe Guide to the Right Path 99 الصبورAṣ-Ṣabūr The Timeless, The Patient www.alazharquranteaching.com
  4. Azhari

    Sahabah

    COMPANIONS OF PROPHET ﷺ) In Islam, the Sahāba were the companions of the Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). This form is plural, the singular is Sahābi, which is Arabic for "friend, companion." Definitions of Companion Anyone who saw Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) in his lifetime, believed in his teachings, and died as a Muslim to be a Companion or Ṣahābi. Lists of prominent Companions usually run to fifty or sixty names, being the people most closely associated with Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). It was important to identify the Companions because later scholars accepted their testimony (the hadith, or traditions) as to the words and deeds of Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), the occasions on which the Qur'an was revealed, and various important matters of Islamic history and practice (sunnah). The testimony of the Companions, as it was passed down through chains of trusted narrators (isnads), was the basis of the developing Islamic tradition. Other links in the chain of isnad Because the hadith were not written down until many years after the death of Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), the isnads, or chains of transmission, always have several links. The first link is preferably a Companion, who had direct contact with Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). The Companion then related the tradition to a taba'een, the companion of the Companion. Taba'een had no direct contact with Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), but did have direct contact with the Ṣahāba. The tradition then would have been passed from the taba'een to the tabataba'een, the third link. The second and third links in the chain of transmission were also of great interest to Muslim scholars, who treated of them in biographical dictionaries and evaluated them for bias and reliability. Views of the companions According to Sunni scholars, people of the past should be considered Companions if they had any kind of contact with Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). If they saw him, heard him, or were in his presence even briefly, they are Companions. Blind people are considered Companions even if they could not see Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). Infants who could not remember their contact with Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) are still considered Companions. Even unlearned and unobservant Muslims are considered Companions. However, anyone who died after rejecting Islam and becoming an apostate is not considered a Companion. Sunni Muslim scholars classified Companions into many categories, based on a number of criteria. Imam Suyuti recognized eleven levels of Companionship. However, all Companions are considered just (udul); that is, Sunni scholars do not believe that Companions would lie or fabricate hadith. Most famous companions * Hazrat Abu BakrRadhiAllahuAnhu * Hazrat Umar RadhiAllahuAnhu * Hazrat Usman RadhiAllahuAnhu * Hazrat Ali RadhiAllahuAnhu
  5. Jesus the Muslim Prophet: History Speaks of a Human Messiah Not a Divine The book is a detailed comparative study of the nature of Jesus according to the Qur’an and the New Testament and other Christian sources. Relevant concepts are also examined in the Old Testament and other Jewish sources, as well as historical sources. The book avoids polemics, focusing on analysing the relevant texts. complete text: http://www.louayfatoohi.com/2015/12/news/my-book-jesus-the-muslim-prophet-free-online/
  6. Be_the_change

    Bachelors In Psychology

    Salaam, i have always been fascinated by the human mind, and would love to pursue a degree in psychology. Unfortunately, since i reside in a 3rd world country, going to study abroad isn't an option due to the financial constraint. I have been searching for viable online options, but to my dismay most of the ones i have found are also quite expensive for foreign students. I was wondering if anyone here knows any online bachelor degree courses for psychology that are affordable.
  7. Another argument for arranged marriages :mellow: This is about online dating specifically but I think it is equally relevant for marriage and spouse selection. If online dating hasn’t led you to your perfect match, perhaps the issue isn’t that you’re too choosy, but rather that there’s too much choice. There’s no doubt that dating in the 21st century offers a lot of opportunities. Think about your parents’ generation: They grew up with no Internet, they likely stayed in the same town for most of their lives, and they automatically had more in common with the people in that town as a result. Today, women and men are increasingly marrying someone outside of their religion, their ethnicity and their geographic area. Never in history have we had so many potential partners to choose from - and never have we had so much difficulty choosing. In fact, several recent studies suggest that this explosion of options has made men and women feel more confused and uncertain about finding a partner than ever before. The challenges of choice was well illustrated in a study in 2000 that looked at people’s buying habits. Researchers asked customers to participate in a tasting of different types of jam; those who sampled the product were given a $1-off coupon. On the first day, the researchers offered a choice of six different jams. On the next, they offered 24 different jams. People tasted the same number of jams, regardless of the number of available samples. Yet their buying choices varied dramatically: Offered six jams, about 30% of samplers ended up purchasing a jar. Faced with 24 choices, though, only 3% bought a jar. The conclusion: When given so many choices, people have more trouble making any decision, and this sense of indecisiveness could lead to a cascade of negative effects. In his seminal book, "The Paradox Of Choice," Dr. Barry Schwartz writes, “Choice overload can make you question the decisions you make before you even make them, it can set you up for unrealistically high expectations, and it can make you blame yourself for any and all failures. In the long run, this can lead to decision-making paralysis. And in a culture that tells us that there is no excuse for falling short of perfection when your options are limitless, too much choice can lead to clinical depression.” The problem could be our quest for perfection. We all want to believe in "The One" - a person that meets every item on our relationship checklist, who’s our soul mate forever. But when you search for perfection, you’re unlikely to find it. “People who attempt to make the 'perfect' choice, whether it comes to buying a car or finding a partner, end up less satisfied, regardless of what or who they choose. That’s because they tend to look for flaws, and become disillusioned with all of their options," says Andy Trees, Ph.D., author of "A Scientific Guide to Successful Dating." Many services also ask you to fill out exhaustive questionnaires about your likes and dislikes. It might seem like more information would help you make smarter choices, but again, that’s often not the case. The more criteria and qualities you consider for a partner, the tougher it can be to narrow down your choices. In fact, according to a 2006 Pew study of online dating, people generally use Internet sites because they believe that having lots of choices will result in a better match. But research suggests that such increased choices actually have the opposite effect. There’s evidence that even non-Web-based dating services can suffer from the challenge of choice: A study of people attending speed-dating events, published in the August 2011 issue of Biology Letters, found that they made fewer decisions to date when they attended events with higher numbers of candidates and greater variety. Again, the researchers concluded that people who have too many options will choose nothing. Although one day someone may indeed invent the perfect algorithm to match two people, no online dating site has yet provided proof that its formula works, regardless of what its marketing department wants you to think. So how can you harness the power of technology to your advantage? “First, don’t give up on the Internet - it can still be a useful way to meet people," says Trees. "Understand, though, that you’ll need to take the responsibility to choose your matches. Don’t expect the service to find you the perfect person. Pace yourself and keep a normal dating schedule. Seeing a new person every night of the week isn’t going to increase your chances of romance, just your risk of exhaustion. "And be patient and realistic. There’s no perfect mate out there, just people that you can enjoy spending a day - or maybe even the rest of your days - with.” http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2012/01/26/dating-and-the-challenge-of-too-many-choices/ I agree and I think this is even more a problem with all the media and technology we have around us. Before the advent of TV, movies, internet, social media... you didn't even realize how many 'fish were in the sea' so you were more satisfied with whatever partner you ended up marrying because you didn't have so many people to compare to.
  8. Assalamu Alaykum everyone- I would love to attend howza. I live in the United States and there is one Howza in the state I live but not close enough to attend and still work full-time. I am looking for an online howza where you can work towards a degree and where it's either free or maybe no more than $1000 a year. There are online Sunni schools like this (free/low cost for example IOU) but I am having a hard time finding Shia online schools that are free or low cost. Any information that can be shared would be greatly appreciated! Shukran.
  9. Allahu_Akbar

    Online Scholars

    Asalamu Alaikum, Are there any scholars who answer questions online? I don't mean fiqhi questions, but any question related to Islam e.g. philosophy, theology, ethics etc etc In the 21st century I think we have to understand that many people just don't go to their local moulana for whatever reason. Many people would rather ask questions online and we should try and make this available. So are there any scholars who do this? If so, can I have their emails or websites please. And if not, I urge anyone who knows a scholar to try and make this happen. Thanks :)
  10. Safinator313

    How To Make Money Online

    Salaam, I wish to have an online job. Can anybody tell me of a site that employs 13 year olds? FOr writing articles and such??
  11. Salaam Does anyone know of any online courses to take italian? I already know the langauge but need to work on my grammar skills majorly. Has anyone heard of any classes or courses offered online for cheap or free? Im living in Iran btw dont know if that matters?
  12. _twelver

    Online Books?

    Salaam alaykuum brothers/sisters I was wondering if anyone would be kind enough to recommend some free online books and also as I'm new to this website give me a quick walk through as to how it works :)
  13. Asalaamu alaikum, I just wanted to pass along something useful for anyone out there who might be involved in teaching courses or teaching in a Sunday school madressa or running one. Right now there is a free open online course for learning how to teach with Moodle. Moodle is a free (as in root beer) online content management system for learning, also known as a learning management system, or LMS for short. https://moodle.org/ It's an open source online pla tform for delivering online courses, or as an online companion platform for a classroom course. You can do stuff like post readings, have text instruction pages, images, embedded videos, embedded audio, quizzes, discussion forums, poll questions, wikis, links to external sites, all kinds of stuff, with logins and accounts for each student and tracking of quizzes and marks, etc. The platform delivers through the browser, so it works across a range of OS platforms, both desktop and mobile. The screen presentation is even adaptive to the type of device, rearranging the layout, so courses can be viewed on desktop, tablet, smartphone. It's used by some universities and secondary schools, so it's possible some of you have already experienced it from the learner end. Really cool tool, very easy to use from what I've seen so far. It's designed with teachers in mind, making it easy for them to go online. The online course is good, and is delivered through the Moodle platform, so you can kind of see how it works as you go. The course is four weeks, and the second week is already in progress, so you'd want to hurry if you're interested. The first week was all introduction and basics, so you haven't missed any assignments or group activities yet. The website to access the course is here: http://learn.moodle.net/ Sign up for an account and you're done! Enjoy!
  14. Salaam Alaykum, I am interested in doing a PHd in Islamic Studies. I was wondering what the best distance learning option is available? I probably need to start from scratch ie Bachelors Degree! I sincerely appreciate you help. Ma'salaam
  15. Does any of u plays TF2? If yes, what is ur screen name? perhaps u can add me as a friend in steam. My account : Murteza12
  16. Salaam aliakum brothers and sisters, The Al-Mahdi Community is an initiative using the new wave of social technology to create an online portal, an entry point into an online community centre that caters for the needs of all and creates within it a sense of belonging and nurtured growth. The Al-Mahdi Community incorporates forums, social networking groups, blogs, e-learning, videos, live streaming and research material. The variety of discussions in the forums and groups will analyse a range of Islamic issues through scholarly debate and evidence. The uploading of text, pdf, images, audio and video is permitted to provide a variety of resources to help clarify issues and help others. The online learning section is a unique environment where you have easy access to learning materials and courses. This will include video lectures complimented by online learning material and downloadable books created by the course designers. We welcome you to this new interactive social network and ask you to contribute to help us grow and serve the community. Please be aware that we are in beta testing and appreciate any feedback either via email or on the site discussion forum. The first module comprising lectures on Islamic Theology by Dr Ian Williams is now beta testing with open registration. Please visit www.almahdicommunity.org with salaam and dua Al-Mahdi Online
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