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  1. STORY OF IMAM MUSA KAZIM (A.S) The shrine of the 7th Imam Musa Kazim (as) and 9th Imam Taqi Al Jawwad (as) in Kazmain, Iraq . Imam Musa ibn Ja'far al-Kazim(A.S.), the seventh holy immaculate successor of the Prophet (phuh&hp) was confined in prisons for 14 years by the ruling Abbasid caliphs and finally martyred by poisoning in the prison of Baghdad on 25th Rajab, 183 A.H., by the tyrant and cruel Abbasid caliph Harun al-Rashid. Parents The Holy Imam Musa al-Kazim (A.S.) was the son of Imam Jafar-as-Sadiq(A.S.) the sixth Imam. The name of his mother was Hamida Khatoon (R.A) who was the daughter of a noble man named Saed, hailing from the country of Berber (present Algeria). Birth Imam Musa bin Ja'far al-Kazim (A.S) was born on Sunday, Safar 7, 128 A.H. at Abwa', midway between the cities of Mecca and Madina. It is the very place where the mother of the Noble Prophet (S.A.W.), Amina (A.S), the daughter of Wahub, had passed away and was buried. Name Epithet and Titles Name "Musa", epithet Abul Hasan and his famous title was Kazim. His matchless devotion and worship of God has also earned him the title of "Abd-e-Saleh" (virtuous slave of God). Generosity was synonymous with his name and no beggar ever returned from his door empty handed. Even after his martyrdom, he continued to be obliging and was generous to his devotees who came to his Holy tomb with prayers and behests which were invariably granted by God. Thus one of his additional titles is also "Bab-e-Qaza-ul-Hawaij" (the door to fulfilling needs). Childhood Imam al-Kazim (a.s.) lived under the care of his father, Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (a.s.) and learned from the school of his father, to which the religious scholars, jurisprudents (religious experts), philosophers and preachers flocked. He inherited, from his father, his knowledge, manners and morals. He came to epitomize high morals, generosity, asceticism, patience, bravery, perseverance and holy striving (jihad). During the Imamate of his father he directed his attention to acquiring knowledge, and after his father's death, he shouldered the responsibility of leading the umma. Imam Moosa al-Kazim(A.S.) passed 20 years of his sacred life under the gracious patronage of his Holy father. His inherent genius and gifted virtues combined with the enlightened guidance and education from the Holy Imam Jafar-as-Sadiq(A.S.), showed in the manifestation of his future personality. He was fully versed with Divine knowledge even in his childhood. Allama Majlisi relates that once Abu Hanifa happened to call upon the holy abode of Imam Jafar-as-Sadiq(A.S.) to ask him about some religious matters (Masail). The Imam was asleep and so he was kept waiting outside till the Imam's awakening. Meanwhile Imam Musa Kazim(A.S.), who was then 5 years old, came out of his house, Abu Hanifa, after offering him his best compliments, enqired: "O the son of the Holy Prophet! what is your opinion about the deeds of a man? Does he do them by himself or does God makes him do them?" "O Abu Hanifa", the five year old Imam replied at once, in the typical tone of his ancestors. "The doings of a man are confined to three possibilities. First, that God alone does them while the man is quite helpless. Second, that both God and the man do equally share the commitment. Third, that man does them alone. Now if the first assumption is true, it obviously proves the unjustness of God who punishes his creatures for sins which they have not committed. And if the second condition be acceptable, even then God becomes unjust if He punishes the man for the crimes in which he is equally a partner. But the undesirability of both these conditions is evident in the case of God. Thus we are naturally left with the third alternative to the problem that men are absolutely responsible for their own doings." Imamat Ali bin Ja'far, the brother of Imam Musa al-Kazim (A.S.), a dependable, trustworthy narrator, is reported to have said, "I heard Abu-Ja'far bin Muhammad (a.s.) saying to some people from his entourage and close friends, 'Take good care of this son of mine, Musa. He is the best of my sons, and the best among whom I leave after me. He shall be my successor and the proof of Allah, the Exalted, over all his servants after me.'" The Holy Imam Jafar-as-Sadiq(A.S.) was martyred by the Abbasid caliph Mansur al-Dawaniqi by poisoning on 15 Rajab 148 A.H. and with effect from the same date Imam Musa Kazim(A.S.) succeeded the Holy Office of Imamat as the seventh Imam. The period of his Imamat continued for 35 years. In the first decade of his Imamat, Holy Imam Musa Kazim (A.S.) could afford a peaceful execution of the responsibilities of his sacred office and carried on the propagationof the teachings of the Holy Prophet (pbuh&hp). But soon after, he fell a victim to the ruling kings and a greater part of his life passed in prison. Political Condition Imam Musa Kazim (A.S.) lived under the most crucial times in the regimes of the despotic Abbasid kings who were marked for their tyrannical and cruel administration. He witnessed the reigns of Mansur-e-Dawaniqi, Mahdi and Haroon-al-Rashid. Mansur and Haroon were the despotic kings who put a multitude of innocent descendants of the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hp) to the sword. Thousands of these martyrs were alive inside walls or put into horrible dark prisons during their lifetime. These depraved Caliphs knew no pity or justice and they killed and tortured for the pleasure the derived from human sufferings. The Holy Imam was saved from the tyranny of Mansur because the king, being occupied with his project of constructing the new city of Baghdad, could not get time to turn towards victimising the Holy Imam. By 157 A.H. the city of Baghdad was built. This was soon followed by the death of its founder a year later. After Mansur, his son Mehdi ascended the throne. For a few years he remained indifferent towards the Holy Imam. When in 164 A.H. he came to Medina and heard about the great reputation of the Holy Imam, he could not resist his jealousy and the spark of his ancestral malice against the Ahl-ul-Bayt(A.S.) was rekindled. He somehow managed to take the Holy Imam along with him to Baghdad and got him imprisoned there. But after a year he realised his mistake and released the Holy Imam. Caliph Mehdi was succeeded by Hadi who lived only for a year. Now in 170 A.H., the most cruel and tyrannical king Haroon-al-Rashid appeared at the head of the Abbasid Empire. It was during his reign that the Holy Imam passed the greater part of his life in a miserable prison till he was martyred. Moral and Ethical Excellence Imam Musa Kazim (A.S) earned many nicknames for his great status among the people and his unique refined character. He was called 'Abd Salih' (The Good Servant) for his perfect character and manners, "Zainul-Mutahajjideen" (The Ornament of Performing The Mid-Night Prayers) for his lengthy worship and supplication, 'al-Kazim' (The one Who Curbs His Anger) for his extreme endurance, patience and bravery in the face of adversities, his curbing of pain and anger, and for being kind to those who harassed him, 'Bab al-Hawa'ij' (The Gateway to Satisfaction of peoples' needs) for his great position in the sight of Allah, and the fulfillment of one's desires and needs when one besseches Allah, invoking his name. It is said that: "He was the best one among the memorizers of the Book of Allah, the Exalted, He had a melodious voice when he recited the Qur'an. When he recited the Qur'an, those present would be so moved that they would break into tears for merely listening to him. People in the city of Madina called him 'The Ornament of the Toilers.'" His closeness to Allah, his longing to meet Him and his endeavours to please Him, made him journey to the Sacred House of Allah on foot. It was reported that he had gone to Mecca, along with his brother, Ali bin Ja'far, four times on foot. It took 26 days for him to reach Mecca the first time,25 days the fourth time. It is said that "When he stood in the presence of Allah, to perform his prayer, tears would roll down his face." He used to ask Allah's forgiveness and thank Him for his graces. Hisham bin Ahmar is reported to have said: "I was riding with Abul-Hassan (Imam Musa bin Ja'far al-Kazim) on a street in Madina when he dismounted and prostrated. He remained so, motionless, for a lengthy period of time. Then, he raised his head and remounted. "May I be your ransom", asked I. "I saw you going down in a long prostration?" He replied; 'I remembered a grace which Allah favoured me with. I loved to thank my Lord for it." Sheikh Mufid said: "He used to weep out of his fear of Allah until his beard became wet. He was distinguished by his care for his family and relatives, whom he would visit and help if they needed him. In the dead of night, he used to call on the poor people of Madina, carrying to them, in a basket, gold Dinars and ordinary Dirhams, flour and dates. He would deliver all that to them without letting them know who he was, or who the donor was." When Harun al-Rashid placed Imam al-Kazim (A.S.) in a prison, one of the spies, who kept a watchful eye on him, heard the Imam (A.S.) saying, "O my Lord, You know that I had been asking you to spare me time to devote myself to Your service. You have done that. Praise be to You." Regarding his attitude with people, Sheikh Mufid, may Allah be pleased with him, said: "Abul-Hassan was the most devoted worshipper among the people of his time, and the most versed in fiqh. He was the most generous, and the kindest of all people..." Historians maintain that when someone reviled him or said something bad about him, the Imam (A.S.) would send a bag stuffed with 200-300 Dinars. Thus he returned the bad with good, lavishing his kindness on all people. Such bags were sent to the needy and indebted. The money-bags of Imam Musa bin Ja'far (A.S.) became proverbial. Such was the Imam's (A.S.) manner, and his tolerance. He used to buy and emancipate the slaves and set them free for the sake of Allah, demanding nothing in return. As regards his morality and ethical excellence, Ibne-Hajar remarks, "The patience and forbearance of Imam Moosa-e-Kazim(A.S.) was such that he was given the title of Al-Kazim (one who swallows down his anger). He was the embodiment of virtue and generosity. He dovoted his nights to the prayers of God and his days to fasting. He always forgave those who did wrong to him." His kind and generous attitude towards the people was such that he used to patronise and help the poor and destitutes of Medina and provide for them cash, food, clothes and other necessities of sustenance secretly. It continued to be a riddle for the receivers of gifts throughout the Imam's life-time as to who their benefactor was, but the secret was not revealed until after his martyrdom. Literary Attainments Time and circumstances did not permit the Holy Imam Musa Kazim(A.S.) to establish institutions to impart religious knowledge to his followers as his father, Imam Jafar-as-Sadiq(A.S.) and his grandfather, Imam Muhammad-al-Baqir (A.S.) had done. He was never allowed to address a congregation. He carried on his mission of preaching and guiding people quietly. He also became the author of a few books of which the most famous is "Musnad of Imam Musa Kazim(A.S.)". Biographical books and those related to traditions manitain that upward to 300 men had quoted from Imam Musa Kazim (A.S). Proudly, history cites a list of Imam's students who were distinguished as great scholars, and prominent religious scholars. Most of them authored and compiled rich, and great books on the different sciences of Islam. Martyrdom In 179 A.H. king Haroon-al-Rashid visited Medina. The fire of malice and jealousy against the Ahl-ul-Bayt was kindled in his heart when he saw the great influence and popularity which the Holy Imam enjoyed amongst the people there. He got the Holy Imam arrested while he was busy in prayer at the tomb of the Holy Prophet (pbuh&hp) and kept him in prison in Baghdad for a period of about 14 years. The Imam (a.s.) made his prison a mosque, and his loneliness and the dreariness of the jail a pleasant place filled with the remembrance of Allah, the Most High. He fasted during the day, and prayed and recited supplications in the night, staying up until daybreak. Imam al-Kazim (A.S.), on the orders of Harun al-Rashid, was transferred from one prison to another. Rashid meant to hide Imam Musa (A.S.), drive him out from the attention of the umma and kill the spirit of resistance. On the 25th of Rajab 183 A.H., Harun got the Imam martyred by poison at the age of fifty five. Even his corpse was not spared humiliation and was taken out of the prison and left on the bridge of Baghdad. His devotees however, managed to lay the Holy body of the Imam to rest in Kazmain, (Baghdad, Iraq). Tnx for SYED ALI KASHAN RIZVI
  2. 1.The dark of night will not be deemed necessary for the commitment of sins. 2.Extravagant mansions will be constructed. 3.Singers will be considered respectable. 4.War shall be prevalent . 5.Gambling will be prevalent. 6.People will fear living in their own houses. 7.Dajjal shall come and shall have one eye 8.Land shall be turned into deserts 9.Earthquakes and Volcano's and other natural disasters shall be common. 10.Good deeds will be few and far between. 11.False guides will mislead the multitudes. 12.Posts will be many, but practical teachers a few. 13.Mosques will be decorated profusely but urge towards adoration will be absent. 14.The rate of accidental deaths will be on the rise. 15.The rich will become godless and the devout will become sinful. 16.Leaders of opinion will be corrupt and overbearing. 17.False witnesses will be accepted and true ones rejected 18.The Quran will be considered as an old ancient book 19.A person spending money on sinful purposes will not be criticised. 20.People will thrust their personal opinions in the religion. 21.Usury (Interest) will be considered lawful. 22.The virtuous will be despised for their faith in God. 23.Human beings will be followers of selfish desires. 24.Pride will be taken for oppressive tendencies. 25.Good people will observe silence due to fear of wicked persons foul speech. 26.Tale bearing and backbiting will be considered as good and will be prevalent. 27.A wealthy person will command more respect then a pious person. 28.Children will curse their parents and will pray for their early death. 29.Payments will be taken for rendering religious services in Mosques. 30.There will be two eclipses in the Month of Ramadhan. 31.Recitaton of the Holy Quran will be considered as a burden 32.Homosexuality will be prevalent 33.The land will crumble and sink thrice in the East, the west and Arabian peninsula
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    About Salat

    whats the reason behind this,
  4. (bismillah) WOMEN'S DRESS IN THE QUR'AN ************************************************ WHY SHOULD WOMEN COVER CERTAIN PARTS OF THEIR BODIES ? Women have been identified in the Qur'an as a "zeenah" i.e. adornment and beauty for all mankind. "Adorned for the people are the worldly pleasures, such as the women, having children, piles upon piles of gold and silver, trained horses, livestock, and crops. These are the materials of this world. A far better abode is reserved with Allah." (3:14) Since women are termed an adornment or attraction (zeenah), they are required to cover certain parts of their bodies. Note that a woman being an adornment for mankind is quite evident all over the world in all societies. The media is one example were she is quite abundantly promoted and made as an attraction in place of men. Now since women are an open attraction to mankind because of their bodily features, she is required to cover some parts of herself in public. But before we see what are the physical ingredients of her dress, let us see what Qur'an identifies as the best dress. ************************************************************* WHAT IS THE BEST DRESS ? "O Children of Adam ! Surely We have sent down to you a garment that would cover your shame and be a good vesture. And the garment of Piety <taqwa> that is the best. That is from the Ayat (Signs) of Allah that they may take reminder." (7:26) Above verse says that the best dress is the garment of "taqwa" or piety. Before wearing any physical garment we should adorn ourselves with the garment of "taqwa" as without it we become prone to the vile intentions of satanic people. (see 7:27) INGREDIENTS OF WOMENS DRESS IN PUBLIC The areas of body which are to be covered by women in public, are mentioned in 24:31. Allah informs us through His messenger: "Wa qul lilmumina_ti yagdudna min absa_rihin na wa yahfazna furu_jahun na wa la_ yubdina zinatahun na il la_ ma_ zahara minha_ wal yadribna bikhumurihin na ala_ juyu_bihin na wa la_ yubdina zinatahun na ila_ libuu_latihin na au a_ba_ ihin na au a_ba_i buu_latihin na au abna_ ihin na au abna_i buu_latihin na au ikhwa_nihin na au bani ihwa_nihin na au bani ahwa_tihin na au nisa_ ihin na au ma_ malakat aima_nuhun na awit ta_ bi ina ghairil ulil irbati minar rija_li awit tiflil lazina lamyaz haru_ ala_ aura_tin nisa_i wala_ yadrib na biarjulihin na liyulama ma_ yukhfina min zinatihin na wa tu_bu_ ilal la_hi jamian ay yuhal muminu_na la'al lakum tuflihu_" "And say to the Believing Women,to lower their gaze and guard their private parts. And they should not display their adornment <zinatahunne> save what is apparent therefrom. And they should place their covers <khummerehenne> over their bossoms. And they should not display their adornment except to their husbands or their fathers or the fathers of their husbands or their sons or the sons of their husbands or their brothers or their brother's sons or sister's sons` or their women or those whom their right hands posses or Those under their authority other than skillfull men or small children who are not aware of women's nakedness. And they should not strike their feet so as to make known what they hide of their adornment. O Believers turn you all together to Allah so that you may be successful."(24:31) From the above verse the following points are derived: 1. Women have two types of "zeenah" i.e. beauty and adornment. (a) "ma zahara minha" What is already apparent from their adornment and beauty. (B) "ma yukhfaina min zinata hunne" That which is hidden from their adornment. 2. She is to cover her whole self publicly except those areas which are apparent from her adornment. <ma zahara minha> These areas are the exposed areas which if covered will restrict daily work and have to be uncovered for performing ablution. (see 5:6). The other type of <zeenah> or adornment of a woman identified in the above verse is that which has been called as "ma yukhfaina min zinata hunne" That which is hidden from their adornment. This type of adornment is the one which becomes apparent when a woman strikes her feet or walks. Allah has ordered that this type of adornment be covered at all times. Thus the dress should be loose enough so as not to reveal the shape and features of the body which get obvious when the woman strikes her feet or walks. 3. They are to place their covers or shrouds over their bosoms.<wa le yazribanne be khummureheene a'laa jyuub'ehenne> In Sura 33:59 they are also ordered to bring over them their over garments <jalabeeb> while going in public: "O Nabi! Say to your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers that they bring their over-garments nearer to themselves (while in public); this will be more proper, that they may be recognised, and thus they will not be given trouble; and Allah is Forgiving, Merciful." (33:59) In public she is to take "Jilbaab" or over garment over herself according to above verse. 4. With her bosoms covered well, and dress loose enough so as not to reveal her hidden adornment, she is to maintain this type of dress in public in front of all relations. The only exceptions are: (1) Husband (2) Fathers (Includes Grandparents as well). (3) The Fathers of their husbands. (4) Their sons. (5) The sons of their husbands. (6) Their brothers. (7) Their brother's sons. (8) Their sister's sons`. (9) Their women. (10) Those whom their right hands posses. (11) Those under their authority other than skillfull men. (12) Small children who are not aware of women's nakedness. ************************************************************* HOW ARE BELIEVING WOMEN TO BEHAVE WITH UN RELATED MEN ? In talking with un related men or strangers the believing women are informed about the type of behaviour they should maintain.Allah informs us through the Nabi: "O Women of the Nabi! You are not like any other of the women; If you will be on your guard, then be not soft in (your) speech, lest he in whose heart is a disease yearn; and speak a recognised utterence." (33:32) "NIQAB" NOT MANDATORY While identifying the parts of a woman’s body which should be covered, the Qur’an also gives us evidence to refute the claim of those who associate "Niqab" (Veils, face covers) as an ingredient of a women’s dress code ordained by Allah. THE EXAMPLE OF MARY Mary the mother of Jesus (p) is mentioned in the Qur'an as the woman chosen and purified above all the women of all the worlds. "And when the angels said: O Mary! surely Allah has chosen you and purified you and chosen you above the women of all the worlds." (3:42) She has been called as an example for the believers and her conduct is called to exemplify: "And Allah sets forth an example to those who believe . . . Mary, the daughter of Imran, who guarded her chastity, so We breathed into her of Our inspiration and she accepted the truth of the words of her Sustainer and His books, and she was of, the obedient ones. (66:11-12) In observing her behavior mentioned in the Qur'an, we see that as she appears from seclusion with young Jesus, her people recognised her. Now had she been wearing a "Niqab" to cover her face, her people would not have identified her immediately as she had appeared from seclusion. This informs us that she was not covering her face i.e. not wearing a "Niqab", as mentioned in the following verses: "And she came to her people with him, carrying him (with her). They (having recognized her) said: ‘O Mary! surely you have done a strange thing. O sister of Haroon! your father was not a bad man, nor, was your mother an unchaste woman.’ But she pointed to him. They said: ‘How should we speak to one who was a child in the cradle?’ He (Jesus) said: ‘Surely I am a servant of Allah; He has given me the Book and made me a Nabi." (19:27-30) Mary's recognition by her people indicates that she was not wearing a "Niqab" to protect her face from being seen. In the Qur'an there is further evidence which negates the practice of wearing "Niqab". After Allah informs Nabi (SAW) about marriage with certain relations He further reminds: "It is not allowed to you to take women afterwards, nor that you should change them for other wives, though their beauty be pleasing to you, except what your right hand possesses and Allah is Watchful over all things." (33:52) In the above verse it is clearly mentioned that Nabi (SAW) was also in a position to see the "Husn" i.e. Beauty of women and this clearly establishes that women not related to the Nabi did not wear "Niqab" or veils to cover their faces when they used to appear in front of him. We must realize that attributing anything to Allah which He has not ordained is a very serious action on our part. Allah has informed us through His messenger that attributing anything to Allah which He did not made as an obligation is "haraam" i.e Forbidden, as the following verse states: "Say: Surely my Sustainer has prohibited (made haraam) indecencies, those of them that are apparent as well as those that are concealed, and sin and rebellion without justice, and that you associate with Allah that for which He has not sent down any authority, and that you say against Allah what you do not know." (7:33) "Niqab" has not been made mandatory by any verse of the Qur’an, it is a cultural practice of pagan tribes and unbelievers. The Qur’an also identifies unbelievers who used to cover them selves up with their garments. Allah informs us through Noah: "And whenever I have called them that Thou mayest forgive them, they put their fingers in their ears, cover themselves with their garments, and persist and are puffed up with pride." (71:7) We should strive to in-form and re-form our selves through Qur’anic guidance. **************************************************************** CAN WOMEN TALK TO MEN TO WHOM THEY ARE NOT RELATED (NOT MARRIED) ? UNDER WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES ? In the Qur'an we have the example of Moses (p) as he is shown to hold a conversation with two women who are not married to him yet. This conversation clearly indicates that women can talk to men who are not related to them, provided it is for important tasks only and not complacent speech, as complacency in speech is not allowed by verse 33:32. The following verses identify the conversation of Moses with the two women who are not related to him. "And when he came to the water of Madyan, he found on it a group of men watering, and he found besides them two women keeping back (their flocks). He said: What is the matter with you? They said: We cannot water until the shepherds take away (their sheep) from the water, and our father is a very old man. So he watered (their sheep) for them, then went back to the shade and said: My Sustainer! surely I stand in need of whatever good Thou mayest send down to me. Then one of the two women came to him walking bashfully. She said: My father invites you that he may give you the reward of your having watered for us. So when he came to him and gave to him the account, he said: Fear not, you are secure from the unjust people." (28:23-25) The above example which depicts the conversation of a messenger of Allah with two un-married girls is a clear indicator that women can talk with men who are un related to them provided it is for important tasks only and is done within the limits ordained by Allah. *************************************************************** CAN WOMEN WORK TO EARN A LIVING ? Although the responsibility to provide for the family has been laid upon the man, but if required,women can also work to make a living: "Do not covet what Allah has favored some with more than He has some others.Men have a share in what they earn and women have a share in what they earn. And ask Allah for His favours. Surely Allah has knowledge of everything." (4:32) RESPECTING THE PRIVACY OF OTHERS- MEETING PEOPLE WITH PERMISSION "O you who believe! Do not enter houses other than your own houses UNTIL YOU HAVE ASKED PERMISSION and saluted their inmates; this is better for you, that you may be mindful. But if you do not find any one therein, then do not enter them until permission is given to you; and if it is said to you: Go back, then go back; this is purer for you; and Allah is Cognizant of what you do." (24:27-28) BELIEVING MEN TO MAINTAIN PROPER CONDUCT AS WELL "Say to the believing men that they cast down their looks and guard their chastity; that is purer for them; surely Allah is Aware of what they do." (24:30) The believers guard their chastity, this trait of theirs is further clarified in Sura 23; "Successful indeed are the Believers. Those who are humble in their Salat. And who keep aloof from what is vain. And who give Zakat, and who guard their chastity. Except before their mates or those whom their right hands possess (i.e with whom they are married), for they surely are not blameable. But whoever seeks to go beyond that, these are they that exceed the limits;" (23:1-7) From the verses the dress code can be summed up as follows; Dress should be loose enough so that the obvious parts of the body are not made apparent with a woman's movement. (24:31) An extra covering (khummar) should be taken over the bosoms. (24:31) Only those parts which are already apparent from a woman's adornment, i.e. those areas which are obvious whether a woman walks or remains still..<ma zahara minha> (24:31) are to be kept exposed. While talking should not be too complaisant in speech. (33:32) Should not bedeck herself too much as she is already made <zeenah> an adornment for mankind. (33:33) & (3:14) One important reason that the Qur'an gives as to why should believing women maintain a proper dress code is given in (33:59) <zalika adna ayyu'rafna fa lla yuzaina> "That (dress code should be maintained) so that they may be recognized and should not be molested." WHAT ABOUT THE TRADITION OF HEADCOVERS AND VEILS ? The headcovers are clearly mentioned not in the Qur'an but in the BIBLE as St.Paul's instructions; "But every Women who prays or prophesies with HER HEAD UNCOVERED dishonors her head,for that is one and the same as if her head were shaved.For if a woman is not covered let her also be shorn But if it is shameful for a woman to be shorn or shaved LET HER BE COVERED." (1 Corinthians 11:5-6) Also traditional Jewish teachings have the type of dress that is famous today among many women i.e. only the eyes showing. Ity should be noted that in the Qur'an we are also informed about some unbelievers who are 'covering themselves up with garments' . Can you identify these people ? "Behold! they fold up their hearts that they may lie hid from Him! Ah even when they COVER THEMSELVES WITH THEIR GARMENTS He knoweth what they conceal and what they reveal: for He knoweth well the (inmost secrets) of the hearts" (11:5) "And whenever I have called them that Thou (Allah) mayest forgive them, they put their fingers in their ears, COVER THEMSELVES UP WITH THEIR GARMENTS, and persist and are puffed up with pride:" (71:7) **********#############*****************##############****** O Allah! Guide us to your straight path! The path of those who have your blessing, not those who qualify themselves for your punishment and nor those who are astray! ******************************************************************** Source is geted 4rm SYED ALI KASHAN RIZVI
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    Is it 4 A whole City????????????????? :no: :no: :no: :no: :no: :no: :no: :no: :no::no: :no: :no:
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    Taareef kaise keroon is hasti ki Tazkara jis ka rehta hai aksar zabano me Maa ka chehra mohabbaton bhara Dekhne se thand si parti hain in ankhon me Jis ki narazgi hai rab ki narazgi Likha hai alimon ne kitabon mein Jannat ko maa ke qadmon ke neeechey rekh diya Itna bara rutba hai maa ka asmaanon mein Kerta nahi jo is hasti ki qadar Zaleel-o-khuwaar hota hai woh donon jahanon mein
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    Muharram processions all over the world

    Amid terrorism which killed 30 shias in hangu(pakistan), the azadars continued with their muharram processions with great fervour. Below are some of the pictures.
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    Bomb blast in Hangu, Pakistan

    ^^The things are not as simple when it comes to places like hangu, where this enmity is going from ages. But still one can hope for betterment.
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    Bomb blast in Hangu, Pakistan

    Salam According to latest info. 25 people are dead and many more feared dead. Please pray for your brothers here, because there are lots of azadari haters there. Although the area elders stoped youth from killing innocent sunnis but still there is a lot of rage and people are not satisfied with the government. Army troops have moved into hangu and there is a curfew but still people from both sides are spraying bullets on each other.
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    aaj kya pakaoon?

    kabuli pulao
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    What Colour Are Your Eyes?

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    DONT READ IT......

    Parha nahi tu yahan kia kar rhay ho :D
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    What sayyid are you?

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    which country are u from?

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    what should my Islamic name be?

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    do u like ahmadinejad?

    Yes,he is perfect
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    My Photography

    orkia da sa da kare de. but shabassssssss :P :P
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    My Photography

    This is my own photography by my digital cam. and some work with these picz in photoimpect. I think u pepl like :wub: :wub:
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    Famous Quotes

    "Excellence is not an act but a habit. The things you do the most are the things you will do best." Marva Collins quotes
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    Lost soul.

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    Exmes always come after 6 months.(Sem)
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    God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers.
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    My Photography

    Kar lo chutto q baat nahi :)
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    Help Pakistan Earthquake Victims