Archive for November, 2011

Ingredients Of A Happy Muslim Marriage

November 27th, 2011, posted in Islam, LoVE, MESSAGEs, Scarface'S DIARY
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“Every Husband must Read This”
Even wife can also… 🙂

Love her …when she sips on your coffee or tea. She only wants to make sure it tastes just right for you.
Love her…when she “pushes” you to pray. She wants to be with you in Jannah (Paradise).
Love her…when she asks you to play with the kids. She did not “make” them on her own.
Love her…when she is jealous. Out of all the men she can have, she chose you
Love her…when she has annoying little habits that drives you nuts. You have them too.
Love her…when her cooking is bad. She tries.
Love her…when she looks dishevelled in the morning. She always grooms herself up again.
Love her…when she asks to help with the kids homework. She only wants you to be part of the home.
Love her…when she asks if she looks fat. Your opinion counts, so tell her she’s beautiful.
Love her…when she looks beautiful. She’s yours so appreciate her.
Love her…when she spends hours to get ready. She only wants to look her best for you.
Love her…when she buys you gifts you don’t like. Smile and tell her it’s what you’ve always wanted.
Love her…when she has developed a bad habit. You have many more and with wisdom and politeness you have all the time to help her change. Love her…when she cries for absolutely nothing. Don’t ask, tell her its going to be okay
Love her…when she suffers from PMS. Buy chocolate, rub her feet and back and just chat to her (trust me this works!)
Love her…when whatever you do is not pleasing. It happens and will pass
Love her…when she stains your clothes. You needed a new thobe (kurta) anyway
Love her…when she tells you how to drive. She only wants you to be safe.
Love her…when she argues. She only wants to make things right for both
Love her…she is yours. You don’t need any other special reason!!!!

All this forms part of a Woman’s Character. Women are part of your life and should be treated as the Queen.
The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) advised concerning the woman:
  • Treat the women well.
  • The best of you are those who are the best in the treatment of their wives.


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Common Questions about Hijab and Related Issues‏

November 24th, 2011, posted in Islam
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( Note : Please do confirm them by your ownself as well )

1. What “casting down the glances” mean?

It means that a person should not look at the member of the opposite sex except for those parts that may be uncovered.

So, for instance, a man is allowed to look at the face and hands of a non-mahram lady who is not related to him provided it is not done in with a lustful intention. (“Mahram” means person in whose presence hijab is not required. See the list at end of this section.)

2. Is it permissible to shake hands with a person of opposite sex?

If the person is mahram, then it is permissible. But if the person is non-mahram, then it is forbidden.

3. Is a woman allowed to line eyes with kohl, to put mascaraon her eyelashes, and to wear rings in both hands?

A woman is allowed to put kohl or similar cosmetics on her eyelashes and also to wear rings provided it is not done with the intention of drawing lustful attention of men towards herself.

4. A vast majority of Muslim women who observe hijab are used to keeping their chins and a small part of the under chin exposed while they cover the neck. Is this permissible? And how big an area of the face can women expose; are the ears included in that?

The ears are not part of the face, therefore it is obligatory to cover them. As for the part of the chin and the under chin that is seen when putting on the common head scarf, it is to be considered as part of the face and, therefore, can be exposed.

5. Is it permissible for a woman who observes hijab to get rid of her facial hair, to straighten her eyebrows, and to wear natural and light make up?

Getting rid of facial hair, straightening of eyebrows, and wearing of light make up do not prevent her from keeping her face uncovered provided it is not done with the intention of drawing attention.

6. Can a woman put on a wig as replacement of the head-covering (hijab)?

Since the wig is an item of beauty (zinat), it must be covered in presence of non-mahram men.

7. A Muslim woman wears high heeled shoes that hit the ground in such a way that they draw attention. Is she allowed to wear them?

If it is intended to draw the attention of non-mahram men to herself, or if it generally causes temptation for committing sin, then it is not permissible.

8. If a woman puts on a scarf and wears a tight-fitting shirt and tight-fitting jeans or trousers or a tight-fitting qameesand shalwar – is that considered an acceptable hijab in the presence of non-mahram men?

Any dress that reveals the contours of her body or that would normally arouse temptation is not permissible and does not fulfill the requirements of hijab. It is a pointless hijab!

9. Is it permissible for a Muslim man to go to unisexswimming pools and other similar places where people go about half-naked?

It is not permissible for a Muslim man to go to unisex swimming pools and other similar places if it entails a haram act. Based on obligatory precaution, according to Ayatullah Sistani, he must refrain from going to such places even if it does not entail aharam act.

10.Is the brother-in-law or a cousin included among the list of the people in whose presence a lady does not have to observe hijab? Is she allowed to shake their hands or hug them?

The brother-in-law or a male cousin is not included in that list and, therefore, it is obligatory upon a Muslim lady to observehijab in their presence, and also it is not permissible for her to shake their hands or hug them. The reverse will apply to a Muslim man in relation to his sister-in-law or a female cousin.

hijab girl

THE MAHRAM

(IN WHOSE PRESENCE HIJAB IS NOT REQUIRED)

OF THE WOMAN                        OF THE MAN

1.  Father.                                     1. Mother.

2.  Grandfather.                             2. Grandmother.

3.  Brother.                                    3. Sister.

4.  Father-in-law.                           4. Mother-in-law.

5.  Husband.                                  5. Wife.

6.  Son.                                         6. Daughter.

7.  Step-son.                                 7. Step-daughter.

8.  Son-in-law.                              8. Daughter-in-law.

9.  Nephew.                                  9. Niece.

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Love Stoned

November 22nd, 2011, posted in LoVE, POEtRY..
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Temporary euphoria
as i enter his world of bliss
He looks over at me, smiles and whispers i love you
The suns rays captivate me, as i lay there inhaling deeply
I feel the sand between my toes, the sky so clear and blue
I feel the warmth of his body, i feel the warmth of his heart
He takes hold of my hand, and tells me to come with him
to escape the world, to run away from everyone
The passing breeze cools my flushing face
This is love
I am his and he is forever mine
I hear the waves nearing, oh how calm is this feeling
He takes my breath away
I am in love with him
I breathe a sigh of relief
I have found what i was searching for
My mind is finally at ease.
This is love
Just me, him, and this vast ocean
Seclusion, togetherness
A tear falls from my eye as i look at my surroundings
This is all i ever wanted
It has finally been granted to me
He grabs my face, and wipes my tear
He looks at me, as i gaze into his beautiful eyes
This is love, im drowning in it
This is temporary euphoria
The sky around us seems to darken in an instant
The waves come crashing in, as i hear the anger of the sea beside me
His face is stone cold, his touch no longer soothes me
He looks down at me
I see emptiness in his eyes
I see a bleak future with him
Im drowning in defeat
Those were bittersweet memories
A tear rolls down my face
as he looks down at me
He lets it fall, as the granules of sand absorb my hurt
So much has changed in such little time
My best friend has now become my worst enemy
This is not love
I just persuaded myself that it was
His beauty quickly faded and now im left feeling jaded
We have grown so apart, although we stand here toe to toe
I am not his, and he was never mine
My disappointment in him is oceans wide
This is not the man i once loved
This is temporary euphoria
– Danya Aljayyosi
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That How I Sit On Chair

November 20th, 2011, posted in COMiCS
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Another way to sit on chair

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Thing Get Set In The End

November 19th, 2011, posted in MESSAGEs
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Poison Thing Get Set In The End

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