Caliph OF Islam

A caliph is a religious and civil leader in a Muslim country.Caliph comes from the Arabic word khalafa, meaning "successor" or "next in line." It was taken as a title by Abu-bekr, the first Islamic leader after the death of Mohammed s.a.w, the prophet who founded the religion of Islam. All great Islamic leaders take the title caliph

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The Islamic definition of a prophet is someone who has been chosen and favoured by Allah (God) to convey his message to the people on earth and to bring them to believe in and worship him alone.

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Saturday, 19 April 2014

Marriage to Non Muslim Women in Islam | Quranic View

Marriage To Non Muslim Women in Islam
Status of previous marriage of non muslim women when non Muslim women marries with Muslim

Requirement of ''Fiqah'' is that if a married non Mulis women embraces Islam she must inform her husband of the conversion .The husband either embraces Islam within the period of Iddat,in Which Case the marriage continues,or he remains a non muslim even after expiry of Iddat Period,in which case marriage would stand dissolved.The Iddat is imposed in Order to Provide opportunity to the non Muslim husband to consider whether he wishes to embrace Islam and also as a Matter of public policy in order to ascertain whetheer the women is pregnant by earlier husband so as to avoid confusion of parentage.
Murriage to Non-Muslim Women in Islam

Quranic View about marriage of Non Muslim Women with Muslim

In Surat Baqra it is stated that by conversion to Islam ,a non Muslim Lady's earlier Marriage with a non Muslim Man is dissolved an on account of her subsequent marriage with a Muslim,she is not guilty of any offence.aboutislam.

Friday, 18 April 2014

What is Islam ? | Islam Religion Introduction

Introduction of Islam.Khana Kahba Pic
   Islam is religion of peace and word Islam means ''submission to God' peace and way to peace".Islam is the monotheistic religion and based on Holy Quran and sunnat of Holly Prophets Mohammad (S.A.W.W).Islam is the second largest religion of the world after Christianity but one thing is important to mention that Islam  religion is the fast spreading religion of the World.

According to religion Islam,God is One and Incomparable.Islam is the Last and most complete religion on the world and Mohammad S.A.W.W. is the last prophet of Allah.

There are Two main sects in religion of islam i.e Sunni and Shia.There are approximately 1.5 billion Muslims in the world and indonesia is the largest Muslim Country of the world with about 13 percent Muslim Population of the World.

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Types of Sunnah In Islam | 3 Types of Sunnah

Types of Sunnah in Islam
Types of Sunnah In ISLAM 
The Sunnah means the actions and precepts of Holy Prophets (S.A.W.W). Sunnah is the second source of Islamic Law.Literal Meaning of Sunnah is a clear and well trodden path".It Denotes the practise of Mohammad (S.A.W.W) that he taught and practically instituted as teacher of Shariah.

Here Three 3 Types of Sunnah

                       All Words ,counsels or precepts of the Holy Prophets (S.A.W.W).
                       His Action,works and daily practices
                       His Silence inploying a tacit approbation on his part of any individual act committed by his disciples.
Sunnah of Drinking Water
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Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Hazrat Tameem Dari (R.A) The Only Person to have seen the Dajjal

Hazrat Tameem Dari R.A and Dajjal

Hazrat Tameem Dari R.A and Dajjal
The Story of Hazrat Tameem R.A and Dajjal.Hazrat Tameem R.A The only person to have seen the dajjal.
The Prophet of Islam has always foretold the coming of Dajjal (the anti-christ) before the Day of Resurection. His coming is linked with the coming of the Mahdi and the return of Aissa (Jesus).Now, many have wondered whether the Beast: the Dajjal would be born into the World or if he would merely appear one day.

The following story answer this question:

Fatimah-bint-Qais reported, "I heard the proclaimer of the Messenger of Allah  proclaiming for the prayer'. I went to the mosque and prayed with the Prophet. When he finished his prayer, he sat upon the pulpit smiling and said, 'Let every man remain in his seat.' He then asked, 'Do you know why I have called you together?' They replied, 'Allah and his Messenger know best.'The Prophet  said, 'By Allah, I have not called you together for hope or for fear, I have called you together because Tamim ad- Dari who was a Christian, came and embraced Islam.

 He narrated a story to me, which agreed with the account I had given to you about the Dajjal. He informed me that he had embarked upon a sea-boat with thirty men of Lakhm and Jozam. Then the sea waves played with them for a month and threw them on to an island when the sun was about to set.They sat in a small side boat and landed on the Island. A beast with very coarse hair met them. They could not tell its front from its back due to its excessive hair. They asked, 'Woe to thee! Who art thou?" It replied, 'I am a spy. Go to this man in the monastery, as he is eager to receive the information you bring.

Tamim Dari said, 'When it named a man for us, we fled away from it lest it might be the devil. Then we hurriedly went on until we entered the monastery and found a big-bodied man whom we had never seen before. He was firmly tied up, his hands tied to his neck, the place between his knees, and joints tied up with iron chains.' We asked, 'Woe to thee! What are thou?' He replied, 'You have the power to get my information. Inform me about yourselves.
They replied, 'We are people from Arabia, we embarked upon a sea boat, but the sea waves played with us for a month and threw us onto this island. A beast of coarse hairs met us and said, 'I am a spy. Go to the man in the monastery.' So we approached you hurriedly.

 He asked, 'Tell me about the trees of Baisan (trees in Bahrain). Do they bear fruit?.' 'Yes' We replied. He said, 'Behold! Soon they will not yield fruit.' He asked, 'Inform me of the lake of Tiberias. (lake on the southwestern Syrian-Palestinian border) Is there water in it?' We replied, 'It is full of water.' He informed us, 'Soon its water will disappear.' He then asked, 'Inform me of the fountain of Zugara. Is there water in it and do its inhabitants irrigate with the water of the fountain?' 'Yes, it is full of water and it's inhabitants irrigate from its water. He asked, 'Inform me of the Prophet of the illiterates. What does he do?' We said, 'He has just come out of Makkah and gone to Yathrib.' He asked, 'Have the Arabs fought with him?' 'Yes' We replied. He asked, 'How did he treat them' We informed him that he had got the upper hand of those of the Arabs who opposed him and they obeyed him. He said, 'Behold! It is better for them if they obey him.

 As for myself I am certainly the Anti-Christ and it is near that an order will be passed for me to come out. I shall then come out and travel the world. I shall leave no village at which I shall not land within 40 nights except Makkah and Taibah, which will be forbidden to me.

Whenever I wish to enter one of the two, an angel with a sword in his hand will encounter me and prevent me therefrom. There will be angels on every side to guard it.

The apostle of Allah struck his pulpit with his staff and said, 'This is Taibah meaning Madinah. Behold! Did I not tell you?' 'Yes' they replied. 'Behold, he is in the Syrian sea or sea of Yemen; no, rather he is from the eastern direction. He then pointed out with his hand to wards the East.' 
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Monday, 14 April 2014

Battle of Badar | Jang-e-Badar History in Urdu

Battle of Badar
The Great Islamic Battle
 Here Is 2 Parts of Battle of Badar
1)Jang-e-Badar AL Kubra
2)Jang-e-Badar AL Sughra
The Battle of Badr was a key battle in the early days of Islam and a turning point in Muhammad's struggle with his opponents among the Quraysh in Mecca.

In the spring of 624, Muhammad received word from his intelligence sources that a trade caravan, commanded by Abu Sufyan ibn Harb and guarded by thirty to forty men, was traveling from Syria back to Mecca. Muhammad gathered an army of 313 men, the largest army the Muslims had put in the field yet. However, many early Muslim sources, including the Qur'an, indicate that no serious fighting was expected, and the future Caliph Uthman ibn Affan stayed behind to care for his sick wife.As the caravan approached Medina, Abu Sufyan began hearing from travelers and riders about Muhammad's planned ambush. He sent a messenger named Damdam to Mecca to warn the Quraysh and get reinforcements. Alarmed, the Quraysh assembled an army of 900-1,000 men to rescue the caravan. Many of the Qurayshi nobles, including Amr ibn Hishām, Walid ibn Utba, Shaiba, and Umayyah ibn Khalaf, joined the army. However, some of the army was to later return to Mecca befor the battle

The battle started with champions from both armies emerging to engage in combat. The Muslims sent out Ali, Ubaydah ibn al-Harith (Obeida), and Hamza ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib. The Muslims dispatched the Meccan champions in a three-on-three melee, Hamzah killed his victim on very first strike although Ubaydah was mortally wounded.Now both armies began firing arrows at each other. Two Muslims and an unknown number of Quraysh were killed. Before the battle started, Muhammad had given orders for the Muslims to attack with their ranged weapons, and only engage the Quraysh with melee weapons when they advanced. Now he gave the order to charge, throwing a handful of pebbles at the Meccans in what was probably a traditional Arabian gesture while yelling "Defaced be those faces!"The Muslim army yelled "Yā manṣūr amit!" and rushed the Qurayshi lines. The Meccans, understrength and unenthusiastic about fighting, promptly broke and ran. The battle itself only lasted a few hours and was over by the early afternoon.. The Qur'an describes the force of the Muslim attack in many verses, which refer to thousands of angels descending from Heaven at Badr to slaughter the Quraysh.It should be noted that early Muslim sources take this account literally, and there are several hadith where Muhammad discusses the Angel Jibreel and the role he played in the battle.

Ubaydah ibn al-Harith (Obeida) was given the honour of "he who shot the first arrow for Islam" as Abu Sufyan ibn Harb altered course to flee the attack. In retaliation for this attack Abu Sufyan ibn Harb requested an armed force from Mecca.Throughout the winter and spring of 623 other raiding parties were sent by Muhammad from Medina.

Muhammad's agreement with the Jewish tribes soon broke down, as the Jews would not accept Muhammad's claims to prophethood or his growing influence. After his victory at Badr, Muhammad besieged and conquered the tribe of the Banu Qaynuqa, that had been involved in a tribal feud and adamantly refused to convert to Islam or keep peace with the Muslims. Because of the intercession of Abd-Allah ibn Ubayy and because it was the first incident with the tribes, Muhammad spared the tribe's lives and expelled them from the city.aboutislam.