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Sunday, 01 July 2012 07:58

Hazrat Moulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahimahullah)

- Bay'at - Advice from a different angle.

- Laylatul Bara'at is an opportunity to scrape off the old paint of sin.

- Preparation for Ramadaan.

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Tasbeeh and Miswaak

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Thursday, 28 June 2012 09:21

Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said, “The Salaah performed after using the Miswaak is seventy times more rewarding than the Salaah performed without using the Miswaak.” (Musnad Ahmad #26340). As many as seventy benefits have been mentioned for using the Miswaak. One of them is that a person would remember to recite the Kalimah at the time of death. 

Likewise the Tasbeeh helps one to keep count when making the Zikr of Allah Ta’ala. It also serves as a reminder to engage in the remembrance of our Allah Ta’ala all the time. The one who always takes the name of Allah Ta’ala throughout his life will Insha-Allah take the name of Allah Ta’ala at the time of death as well. 

Thus we should always use a Miswaak and a Tasbeeh. Also encourage our children to keep a Miswaak and a Tasbeeh with them. Tell them light heartedly that the Miswaak is their gun and the beads on the Tasbeeh are the bullets. These are our weapons of protection. The child should realise that the commands of Allah Ta’ala and the Sunnat of Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) are the guaranteed means of protection.

 

Misunderstanding between Spouses

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Monday, 25 June 2012 09:27

Correspondence of Hazrat Moulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahimahullah) 

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Asalamu alaikum Maulana

I have come across your website at a time when I most need guidance.

I am married for almost one and a half years. My husband and I have a very strong relationship most of the time. However, there are things we don't understand and this is causing conflict between us. I try very hard to be a good wife to my husband. Sometimes I get angry and upset with him. I say or do things in anger without thinking. I need guidance. I feel we don't communicate enough about what is bothering us and where we are going. Sometimes my husband irritates me in a good way but beyond the limit and I am finding it hard to handle. Please give me advice and guidelines on being a better wife. Sometimes he is wrong too, but he won't see it. May Allah reward you, Insha-Allah.

Jazakallah.

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10 Unique Privileges - `Aaisha (radiyallahu anha)

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Monday, 25 June 2012 09:07

10 Unique Privileges 

`Aaisha (radiyallahu anha) says: “Allah Ta’ala has blessed me with ten privileges over the other wives of Rasulullah (salallahu alaihi wasallam) and I say this without bragging or boasting:

- I was the most beloved to Rasulullah (salallahu alaihi wasallam) among his wives. 

- My father was the most beloved of all men to Rasulullah (salallahu alaihi wasallam). 

- I was the only virgin whom Rasulullah (salallahu alaihi wasallam) had married.  

- He married me at the age of seven. 

- I went to live with him at the age of nine. 

- (When people had slandered me and levelled accusations against me) Allah Ta’ala had exonerated me and confirmed my chastity and purity. 

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Keeping the Heart Clean - `Aaisha (radiyallahu anha)

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Monday, 25 June 2012 09:16

The exemplary life of Sayyidah `Aaisha (radiyallahu anha) is filled with innumerable lessons. One major lesson that she taught was to always have a clean heart. On one occasion the hypocrites slandered her. It was an extremely trying time. Rasulullah (salallahu alaihi wasallam) as well as `Aaisha’s (radiyallahu anha) parents were very distressed by this terrible accusation. When `Aaisha (radiyallahu anha) came to hear of the false rumours about her doing the rounds, she became very ill. She could not eat a morsel of food nor sleep a wink. She wept almost continuously. Eventually an entire ruku of the Qur’an was revealed which cleared her name and explained how chaste and virtuous she was. While the hypocrites were responsible for this heart-breaking incident, unwittingly, a few sincere Muslims also got  caught up in this ugly accusation and defamation. Among them was Hassaan bin Thaabit (radiyallahu anhu).

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