Monday, August 29, 2011

Eid On Wednesday

According to the hilal committee Eid will be on Wednesday. Everyone else though seems to be already celebrating (Malaysia, cough) and or will on Tuesday. Extra day to fast and an extra day to prepare I guess.

Eid Mubarak whether you are celebrating on Tuesday or Wednesday. 

Selamat Hari Raya.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Friday Nasihah

Living The Quran
Signs of The Truth
Al Zumar (The Companies) - Chapter 39: Verse 63
"His are the keys of the heavens and the earth. So those who disbelieve in God's Revelations and signs - such are they who are the losers."
God has two different sets of laws: those that govern the universe, including the aspects of human life independent of humankind (which are God's signs of the truth, and which we wrongly call the "laws of nature" - these are the subject matter of the natural sciences); and the other being the Religion. Both require obedience. Results for the latter usually are deferred to the Hereafter, while the returns of obedience or disobedience to the former usually come in this life.
For example, the reward for patience is success, while the punishment for indolence is privation. Industry brings wealth, and steadfastness brings victory. So being a sincere believing Muslim requires obedience to both of these laws. When Muslims, in addition to their failings in the religious life, neglect to fulfill the requirements of obedience to God's laws of life and the universe (God's signs of truth), they become losers in the world relatively to those unbelievers who have obeyed them. However, those who reject God's Revelations (which are also God's signs of the truth) will be eternal losers, as they will lose in the Hereafter.
Compiled From:
"The Quran: Annotated Interpretation in Modern English" - Ali Unal, pp. 958

Understanding the Prophet's Life
Zakat al-Fitr
It is reported that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: "Remember! Zakat al-Fitr is Wajib (strongly recommended, just short of obligatory) on every Muslim, man or woman, free or in servitude, adult or child." (Tirmidhi)
Literal meaning of Zakat (or Zakah) is the process of purification. Fitr is from the word Fitrah and its literal meaning is (one’s) nature or natural state. Hence the meaning of Zakat al-Fitr is to purify one’s nature.
Ibn Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Prophet made the Zakat al-Fitr obligatory for the purpose of: purifying our fasting from vain talk and shameful mistakes, to make arrangements for the poor and the needy for food and clothing (for the festival of Eid). (Abu Dawud, Ibn Maja)
Every adult Muslim, with sufficient food for the family for a day, should pay Zakat al-Fitr for himself/herself and all his/her dependents. Even those who did not fast should pay it. Zakat al-Fitr should also be paid for the child born or the person died before the Fajr (dawn) on the day of Eid.
At the time of the Prophet, payment of Zakat al-Fitr was made in terms of weight of grain. It is one Sa for each person. One Sa approximately equals to 3.15 kg or 6.94 lbs. The Muslim jurists agree that Zakat al-Fitr can also be paid in cash equivalent to the cost of 3.15kg/6.94 lb. of grain including rice, wheat, lentils, corn, and dry cheese.
Prophet Muhammad (saw) has said, "Whoever paid it (Zakat al-Fitr) before Eid Prayer, it is acceptable Zakat before Al'lah. Whoever paid it after Eid Prayer, it is just a charity." The companion of the Prophet used to pay it a few days earlier. (Bukhari)

Zakat al-Fitr should be paid early enough so it will reach the needy and the poor before the Eid day. It will enable them to use it for food and clothes and give them the opportunity to enjoy the happiness of Eid-ul-Fitr.
Zakat al-Fitr should be paid directly to the needy and the poor. However, you can also pay it to an organization, which would distribute it in accordance with the teaching of Islam. Remember! It is still your responsibility. So, make sure before paying that the organization will distribute it according to the teaching of Islam and before Eid Prayer.
Compiled From:
"Zakat Al-Fitr is Wajib" - Ali Siddiqui

To Possess Is To Share
It is impossible to make the testimony of faith, pray, fast and go to pilgrimage only, far from men and worrying about no one except oneself. To be with God is tantamount to being with men; to carry faith is tantamount to carrying the responsibility of a continuous social commitment. The teaching that we should extract from zakat is explicit: to possess is tantamount to having to share. It is impossible here, in the name of freedom, to shamelessly increase one's property at the price of exploitation, and social injustices. It is also impossible to forget the interests of the entire society such that one counts only one's interests. Man is certainly free, but he is responsible for this freedom before God as before men. This responsibility is inevitably moral. In the order of this morality, to be free is to protect the freedom of others and their dignities.
The four practical pillars of Islam hold this double individual and collective dimension. It is a difficult balance, but this project is the only one capable of responding to the requirement of the Creator who expects of man to carry alone the responsibility of his community life. On the economic level, this is the only path which allows man to live humanely; his nature cannot do without such exchanges. Islam reminds through the means of all the moral energy of its message, that a human economy without duties is an inhumane economy which organises, produces, and structures injustices, exploitation and famine.
Compiled From:
"Islam, the West and the Challenges of Modernity" - Tariq Ramadan, pp. 144, 145

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Rockin' and Rollin'

Hey did you feel the earthquake today? I was in my vehicle and started rocking and thought maybe some kids were doing it. It happened like 3 times and I had no idea what was going on until dh called later and asked if I felt the earthquake. Although an earthquake was felt in my area a few years ago, I never felt it so this is my first time. Read the story here.

Worship Not Shop

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Dates Squares - Perfect for Iftar

I grew up eating date squares and that was practically my only experience eating them. I love making these because its a regular Canadian thing to do and fits in perfectly with ramadan as its customary to break your fast with dates.

Friday, August 19, 2011

Friday Nasihah

Living The Quran
Contacting God
Al Insan (Man) - Chapter 76: Verses 25-26
"Remember your Lord's name morning and evening. At night prostrate yourself before Him, and extol His limitless glory throughout the long night."
The Prophet is told these are the means to maintain the bond with God who gave him the Quran and who entrusted him with His message. He is the source of all power. The way ahead is long, the burden he carries is heavy, and he needs much support. Now, the support is identified as maintaining contact with God by glorifying Him through the long night. Thus, the servant meets his Master alone, speaking to Him directly, looking up to Him for favour and support, feeling His compassion that removes all trouble and relieves exhaustion. His power will transform His servants' weaknesses and lack of numbers. When they shed their earthly burdens and look at the great task entrusted to them, they will think little of all the hardships they are going through and their resolve to get on with the task ahead will be that much strengthened.
God is ever merciful. He entrusted his servant, the Prophet, with His message and revealed the Quran to him. He is aware of the hardship he would meet along his way. Therefore, He did not leave him without support. On the contrary, He gave him the support and help He knew to be most useful and effective along his difficult journey. This remains the support needed by all advocates of the divine message, regardless of time, circumstance or place. It is the same message, with the same circumstances, facing the same unyielding opposition by falsehood, and for the same reasons. Falsehood employs the same tool and means against it. Let, then, the means the truth employs be the ones God knows to be the most effective.
Compiled From:
"In The Shade of The Quran" - Sayyid Qutb, Vol. 17, pp. 417, 418
Understanding the Prophet's Life
Late-night Prayer
"The best prayer after the obligatory prayers is that during the depths of the night." [Muslim]
"You should perfom the late-night prayer for verily it was the custom of the pious people before you. Certainly, the late-night prayer is an act that takes one closer to Allah, keeps one away from sins, expiates for evil deeds and repels disease from the body." [Tirmidhi]
There are many aspects that make the late-night prayer special. First and foremost, it is a prayer. The best action or matter is prayer.
Second, al-Haitami points out that, in general, the prayer performed in the late-night is more virtuous than the voluntary prayers during the day because it is further from ostentation and being done for show. In other words, the intention behind the late-night prayers should be a pure one. Furthermore, it is easy to have the fear of Allah and concentrate on the prayer in the late-night prayer as there are fewer disturbances at the time.
Thirdly, it makes the person realize his real purpose and goal in this life. He is getting up in the middle of the night and forsaking his sleep because he realizes that his goal is not the pleasure or relaxation of this world. Instead, he has a much greater purpose and goal in life. For that reason, he is getting up to pray when the rest of mankind are either sleeping or committing sins under the cover of night.
Compiled From:
"Commentary on the Forty Hadith of al-Nawawi" - Jamaal al-Din M. Zarabozo, pp. 1100, 1101
Cool Tips!
Seeking Power
Laylat ul-Qadr is the most blessed night. A person who misses it has indeed missed a great amount of good. If a believing person is zealous to obey his Lord and increase the good deeds in his record, he should strive to encounter this night and to pass it in worship and obedience. If this is facilitated for him, all of his previous sins will be forgiven.
There is no consensus of the Ummah over when the night of Qadr occurs. Imam Razi has a few novel points to offer on why that is the case:
Allah concealed its knowledge from His slaves since His rida (approval and pleasure) is concealed in devotions to Him, and in concealment of the night is the cause of increase in devotions. This is following His general method: He concealed His friend (waliyy) among the people in order that all people might be respected; He concealed His response to supplications in order that they might resort to it oftener; He concealed His Great Name (Al-Ism al-A'zam [some scholars believe that Allah is the Ism al-A'zam. YMFN ED]) in order that all of His Names might be revered; He concealed the accepted prayer in order the people pay special attention to every Prayer; He concealed the time of death in order that the people never be oblivious of it.
Again if the night of Qadr been known, the sins of the sinners in that night would have weighed heavily upon them, since, to commit sins on a known blessed occasion is greater in enormity than when committed on the same blessed occasion but without the sinner knowing that it is a blessed occasion.
Three Ways to Seek Laylat ul-Qadr
1. Performing Night Prayer (Qiyam)
It is recommended to make a long night prayer during the nights on which Laylat ul-Qadr could fall. This is indicated in many hadiths, such as the following:
Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Messenger (peace be upon him) said: "Whoever stands (in qiyam) in Laylat ul-Qadr [and it is facilitated for him] out of faith and expectation (of Allah's reward), will have all of his previous sins forgiven." [Al-Bukhari, Muslim, Ahmad]
2. Making Supplications
It is also recommended to make extensive supplication on this night. Aishah (may Allah be pleased with her) reported that she asked Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him), "O Messenger of Allah! If I knew which night is Laylat ul-Qadr, what should I say during it?" And he instructed her to say: 'Allahumma innaka afuwwun tuhibbul afwa fafu annee - O Allah! You are forgiving, and you love to forgive. So forgive me.'" [Recorded by Ahmad, Ibn Majah, and at-Tirmithi. Verified to be authentic by Al-Albani]
3. Abandoning Worldly Pleasures for the Sake of Worship
It is further recommended to spend more time in worship during the nights on which Laylat ul-Qadr is likely to be. This calls for abandoning many worldly pleasures in order to secure the time and thoughts solely for worshipping Allah. Aishah (may Allah be pleased with her) reported: "When the (last) ten started, the Prophet (peace be upon him) would tighten his izaar (i.e. he stayed away from his wives in order to have more time for worship), spend the whole night awake (in prayer), and wake up his family." [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]
Compiled From:
"Tafsir Ishraq al-Ma'ani" - Syed Iqbal Zaheer
“How to Seek Laylat ul-Qadr” – Muhammad Nasir-ud-Deen al-Albani

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Vote For the Best Abaya Design

If you're tired of the same old, same old then vote for your favourite designs from fresh new designers. The contest closes August 31st so if you want to design something new then hurry! Check out StyleIn. from SilkRoute.  I had so much fun going through all the designs and choosing from each category (there are 4). I even let dd3 (11) make an account so she could choose her favourites. Which ones did you pick?

2012 book club choices

Just for me to keep track, I will list the 2012 book club choices. So far I have chosen 4. If you have any suggestions for other months, let me know.

January - Mom, I'm a Muslim
February - I Shall Not Hate
March - Welcome to Islam
Ramadan - Better Than a Thousand Months

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

What I'm reading now.

I didn't get this month's choice as I wanted to focus on the Quran and also finish off this book which I'm taking forever to finish. Its called Purification of the Heart. Has anyone else read it? Its a very deep book that makes you look inside yourself and make some changes. Its not light reading. Its a book you should really own so you can keep turning to it and auditing your heart. Insha Allah you can find this book for a lower price than listed here. I am just borrowing mine.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Make the Call

Yesterday I took the time to call some people and say Ramadan Kareem. Oh its too late you say? Its never too late. By now you have probably said this to all your dear friends and family if you have muslim family and all sorts of acquaintances at the masjid but what about all those people you hardly ever contact? Sometimes I like to take out my address book and call people that don't really ever call or not often or that may not be reaching out because of thier own problems. A lot of times people are forgotten; the sick, the isolated,converts, new immigrants etc. Today I challenge you to root through your address book and see who you've forgotten and brighten up their day.

Alternatively why not call someone who is having trouble getting up for sahoor and wake them up?

Friday, August 12, 2011

Malaysian Victim in London Riots

A Malaysian student from KL was beaten up and robbed. Watch here.

Friday Nasihah

Living The Quran
Near at Hand
Al Naba (The Tiding) - Chapter 78: Verse 40 (partial)
"Lo! We warn you of a chastisement near at hand..."
In the Quran it is said that divine chastisement is near at hand. This statement was made over fourteen hundred years ago, and countless people had died prior to its revelation. Moreover, even now it cannot be said with certainty that the Last Day will occur after how many hundreds, thousands or even millions of years. Given this, how can this chastisement be described as something "near at hand"?
Time is actually relative to man's life. As long as he is alive, he is fully aware of it. After his death, only his soul survives, which does not any consciousness of time. So, when man is resurrected on the Day of Judgement he will think that he has been woken up only after a few hours' sleep. It will not occur to him that he had been lying dead for thousands of years.
Compiled From:
"Towards Understanding The Quran" - Sayyid Abul Ala Mawdudi, Part 30, p. 16

Understanding the Prophet's Life
Protection of God
"I advise you to fear God and obey, even if a black slave becomes your leader. Those of you who live long enough will see great controversy, so adhere to my Sunna and the Sunna of the rightly guided caliphs. Cling to them stubbornly. Beware of newly invented matters in religion, for every invented matter is an innovation. Every innovation is going astray, and every going astray is in Hellfire." [Tirmidhi]
The Arabic word translated here as "fear of God" is taqwa. Derived from wiqaya (protection), taqwa means to be in the safekeeping or protection of God. This has two aspects. The first is that believers fear God and obey Him by observing His commands and prohibitions. The second aspect is that, by studying nature and life and discovering the laws of God that control them, people acquire scientific knowledge and order their lives. Science cannot be established if people do not discover these laws.
To be under the safekeeping of God, true religion and science should be combined, for they are two expressions of a single truth. According to Muslim scholars, the universe is "the Created Quran." where God's laws issuing from His Attributes of Will, Destiny, and Power are operative. The Quran, the collection of Divine laws issuing from God's Attributes of Speech, is "the composed universe" or "the universe in words."
The second point is that believers should not disobey their government without justifiable cause. Without a leader, a community is like a broken rosary whose beads have scattered everywhere. Such a situation of social and political conflict usually results in anarchy and destruction. The hadith also points out a truth that even modern democracies have proven unable to grasp: no racial discrimination. It is clearly stated that an emancipated black slave can lead the Muslim community. This was not only a theoretical assertion, but was testified to by the numerous and great black administrators and scholars who were respected and obeyed.
God's Messenger also draws attention here to his Sunna. As he is the most excellent example for all aspects of life, believers are to follow his example until the Last Day. Such adherence guarantees that Islam retains its original purity. Any deviation will result in social and doctrinal splits and new importations into Islam, the religion perfected by God. Adherence to the way of the first four caliphs also guarantees of Muslim unity and Islam's maintenance.
Compiled From:
"The Messenger of God: Muhammad" - Fethullah Gulen, pp. 115, 116

Cool Concepts!
The terms nafs (soul, self) is used in the Quran in various, but similar, complementary meanings. First, it means the self a person or a thing. In this meaning, it is also used for God (Quran 3:28, 5:116).
Its second meaning is the substance and essence which is the source of physical life in a human being or the dimension or aspect of the spirit which is the basis of animal and human physical life (Quran 6:93).
In its third meaning, as the basis of the human physical or worldly life, it is the essence or substance which is aware of the needs of life, which demands and tastes pleasures and encourages a person to meet those needs and experience those pleasures. In a sense, it is the substance which incites a person to commit evil (Quran 12:53). It can and must be trained. When trained, it can be elevated from being a substance which commands evils, or being an evil-commanding soul, to the rank of being a soul at rest with faith in and worship of God (Quran 89:27-28).
In its other and most comprehensive meaning, it is human nature or the individual person (Quran 4:1).
Compiled From:
"The Quran: Annotated Interpretation in Modern English" - Ali Unal, pp. 664

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Convert Iftar

Couple of nights ago I had the good pleasure of attending a convert iftar in another city. There were other people there but it was a night set aside mainly for us. I got to see some familiar faces and some new ones too. It was so much fun to have a feeling of inclusion for a change. It was great to hear how some new muslims came to Islam including one who said it was her study of funerals in different faiths that caught her attention. She was impressed by how muslims conduct this important rite.After the dinner I went to have a look at the sale they had which included books and clothes. After all that fun we stopped at Popeyes to pick up some chicken for sahoor.

Just 5 Minutes - Book Review

Finally finished July's book club choice. First of all I would highly recommend this book. Although the events in this book take place in the 80's, with everything happening in Syria now, this is the perfect book to read now! This is the story of a Syrian university student who is forced to do time for her brother's so-called crime. They ask her for 5 minutes of her time and then imprison her for 9 yrs! The way the gov't works, the police, the court system, the prisons is all here to discover. Her stay in prison reveals one sick story after another. Although this book was horrific I coudn't put it down as I wanted to know the truth. This book goes into much more detail than Hope and Despair. Despite all her troubles, Heba's response to life in prison and so much more are an example to all people and especially muslims about patience and reliance on Allah in the face of hardship. I am truly inspired by this woman who apparently lives in Toronto now. I would love to meet the author. Read this book, read it now!

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Of Hockey and Hijab - Book Review

I finished this book a little while ago. Better late than never.

This book is a series of newspaper editorials by the author compiled from the last 10 yrs. Unless you were buried under a rock these topics will be old news to you. It was like a trip down memory lane, a depressing one as most news is about muslims. I think this would be a good book to read for new converts to get caught up with what has been happening to muslims in this last decade. It would also be good for teen and young adults since they would have been to young to remember many things. The author doesn't talk much about her past regarding hockey and I was hoping for more of that. If you are looking for something light to read this is not it but for something more in-depth then pick this up.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Friday Nasihah - Encourage Feeding the Needy, Good Behaviour, Service

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In the Name of Allah,
The Most Beneficent,
The Most Merciful.
In This Issue:
Encourage Feeding the Needy
Good Behaviour
Break The Cycle Of Fear!

August 5, 2011 - Ramadan 5, 1432
Friday Nasiha: Issue 645 |

Living The Quran
Encourage Feeding the Needy
Al Haqqah (The Inevitable Truth) - Chapter 69: Verses 33-34
"He did not believe in God Almighty, and he never encouraged feeding the needy."
This is a person whose heart is devoid of faith and compassion. Thus, the only place fit for him is the fire. With a heart that has no trace of faith, he is ruined, like a barren land engulfed in darkness. He is below the level of animals, and indeed below the level of inanimate objects. Everything in the universe believes in God and glorifies Him, and as such they maintain their bond with their source of existence. This person, on the other hand, severed his ties with God, and therefore has no tie with the universe.
Likewise, his heart is devoid of compassion. A needy person is one who desperately needs compassion, but this one does not feel for his fellow humans in need. He does not encourage feeding them, which is a step further than simply providing the needy with food. It is a step that suggests a social duty that requires believers to encourage one another to undertake. It is closely related to faith, mentioned here after faith and given its value in God's measure.
Compiled From:
"In The Shade of The Quran" - Sayyid Qutb, Vol. 17, 228
Understanding the Prophet's Life
Good Behaviour
"Be conscious (Taqwa) of Allah wherever you are. And follow up a bad deed with a good deed and it will wipe it out. And behave towards the people with a good behaviour." [Tirmidhi]
Ibn Rajab states in his commentary of this hadith: "Having good character is a characteristic of taqwa. Taqwa cannot be complete without it. It was mentioned here by itself due to the need for explicitly explaining that point. Many people think that taqwa implies fulfilling the "rights of Allah" without fulfilling the rights of humans. Therefore, the Prophet (peace be upon him) explicitly stated that he must deal with people in a kind manner. Many of those who take advantage of fulfilling the rights of Allah, and are attached to love for Him, fear of Him and obedience to Him, neglect the rights on the humans, either completely or partially. There are very few people who combine together the fulfilling of the rights of Allah and of His servants. The only ones who have the strength to do that are those who are complete in their taqwa from among the prophets and the sincere ones." [Jaami, vol 1, p. 454]
In this hadith, the Prophet advised the person to have a certain behaviour. This demonstrates that a person can change and determine his behaviour. He can do those acts that are of good behaviour and character to the point that he grows accustomed to them. He can grow so accustomed to them that they do become his nature and character. Hence, a person can change his character, and, if he is of bad character, then, following this advice of the Prophet, he must work to change his character.
When talking about the purpose for which he had been sent, the Messenger of Allah stated, "I have been sent for the purpose of perfecting good morals." [Al-Hakim] That is, he was to show the manners and behaviour consistent with the belief in Allah.
In another hadith, the Messenger of Allah said, "I am a guarantor of a house in the highest part of Paradise for the one who makes his behaviour good." [Abu Dawud]
In yet another hadith, the Prophet described piety itself as being good character. Hence, it is an essential part of being pious. The Prophet said, "Piety and righteousness is being of good character." [Muslim]
How pleasing good character is to Allah can be seen by the weight that Allah will give it on the scales on the Day of Judgment. The Messenger of Allah said, "There is nothing heavier in the scales than good character." [Ahmad, Abu Dawud] In another hadith that gives a similar impression, the Prophet said, "A believer reaches, due to his good character, the level of the one who fasts and performs the night prayer." [Abu Dawud]
The way to improve one's character is to look at the example of the Prophet (peace be upon him). One should try to emulate his behaviour in as many different circumstances as possible. If a person does that, then he will be moving toward the noblest character.
Compiled From:
"Commentary on the Forty Hadith of al-Nawawi" - Jamaal al-Din M. Zarabozo, pp. 720-723
Through service we make the world a better place. Jesus served in many ways. Most faiths are dedicated to service, in fact. Charity, or zakat, is a pillar of Islam: Muslims give a percentage of their belongings to the poor and make regular donations to those in need. The Mishna, which contains Jewish oral law, underlines the importance of helping. The Torah mandates responding to the needs of the poor and the sick, be they Jews, strangers or enemies. Everyone is obliged to do tzedakah, or righteous deeds, to help repair the world.
It's one thing to encourage service, it's another thing to actually serve. What good are scriptures and hymns if we neglect to live their messages? There are compelling reasons for religious leaders to encourage youth to get out in their communities. A landmark study in 2007 found that the best way to deepen a teen's faith is by presenting them with opportunities to help people in need. Teens reported that service infused their lives with purpose and meaning, which in turn influenced their faith. Hands-on work was revealed to be far more influential than filling pews, reading scripture or participating in church retreats. The deepest connections are established when youth meet and work with the people they're helping. The degree of influence such experiences have on shaping faith increases with involvement. Level 1 might be to pitch in with adult mentors on a fence-painting project. Level 2 could be to help at a shelter or soup kitchen. Level 3 would involve ongoing connections - Meals on Wheels, for example - in which the volunteer establishes a relationship with the person her or she is assisting.
Compiled From:
"The World Needs Your Kid" - Craig Kielburger, Marc Kielburger and Shelley Page, pp. 273, 274
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