Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Imanda Amalia RA) Shaheed insha'Allah

Imanda Amalia Had Witnessed The Miracle Of Jihad In Palestine

During her lifetime, almarhumah (the late) Imanda Amalia ever shared her experience when she was working in Jabaliya, Palestine, in July 2010. The invaluable experience was also shared through the Facebook group owned byScience of Universe, Thursday (3/2/2011).

Below is the documentation (trans.) by Imanda Amalia from the Gaza Strip:

SubhanALLAH..... SubhanALLAH... SubhanALLAH...

Only those words came out from my mouth when I witnessed the incident that I could hardly believe.

This morning, after the dawn prayer, I was greeting my friends and loved ones through the 'online chatting'. Suddenly I got assigned to go to al-Awda Maternity Hospital for a surgery. About 2 km from the Mess.

In my journey to get there, I saw boys running around with stones in their hands. Aaaaaahhh another intifadhah, it was still morning and they have already attempted to chase away with stones those thieves who steal their homeland.....

Initially, I noticed the soldiers were rather unresponsive, trying to avoid, but suddenly they pointed their guns at the children.

They all ran away trying to save themselves while continuing to throw stones at the soldiers.


Suddenly, I saw a large white veil surrounding those children... like a layer of white haze forming into a dome that protects the children. Their distance was so close to the soldiers who pursued them, but it was as if the soldiers were not able to see them and losing their directions. While those children were not touched by the bullets at all.

My body was shaking witnessing the wonders that happened in front of my eyes. I asked our driver, Abdullah, whether he also saw that hijab?

“ Yes Doc, God always give the hand here.... “ ALLAHu Akbar ... ALLAHu akbar..... I was speechless, my bodies trembling..... I personally saw it, I personally saw the work of His power. SubhanALLAH ............"

Our attitude toward trials and tribulations

There is a certain attitude which the Muslim should adopt towards fitnah (trials and tribulations) so that this fitnah will not have a negative effect on him and so that he will not have a negative effect on the Muslim community.

This attitude includes the following.

1 – Deliberation, gentleness, forbearance and not being hasty

Deliberation, gentleness and forbearance at times of tribulation and upheaval are praiseworthy traits, because they enable the Muslim to see things as they really are and to understand what is going on.

The Prophet (saaws) said, “There is no gentleness in a thing but it adorns it, and the absence of gentleness in anything makes it ugly.” Narrated by Muslim, 4698.

And he (saaws) said to Ashajj ‘Abdul Qays: “You have two characteristics which Allah loves, forbearance and deliberation.” Narrated by Muslim, 24.

So we must all be gentle in our thinking and attitudes, and with regard to all events that occur, and we should not be hasty, because that is not the way of the Muslim ummah, especially at times of fitnah.

2 – Sabr (patience)

We need a great deal of patience, especially at times of fitnah. Allah says, “And certainly, We shall test you with something of fear, hunger, loss of wealth, lives and fruits, but give glad tidings to the patient.

Who, when afflicted with calamity, say: “Truly, to Allah we belong and truly, to Him we shall return.”

They are those on whom are the Salawaat (i.e. who are blessed and will be forgiven) from their Lord, and (they are those who) receive His Mercy, and it is they who are the guided ones” [al-Baqarah 2:155-157]

It was narrated from Abu Tha’labah al-Khushani that the Prophet (saws) said: “After you there will come the days of patience (i.e., days which require patience). Patience during those (days) will be like grasping a live coal. During those (days) the reward for the one who adheres to the commands of Allah will be equivalent to the reward of fifty men who did an action like his.” He said, “O Messenger of Allah, the reward of fifty of them?” He said, “The reward of fifty of you.”

Narrated by Abu Dawood, 4341; Ibn Maajah, 4014. Classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in al-Saheehah, 494.

With patience, the difference between those who are determined and confident and those who are cowardly and weak becomes apparent. Hence the righteous salaf understood the importance of patience at times of tribulation and new developments. There follow some examples from their life stories:

When the Sahaabah (r) were being persecuted and tested at the beginning of Islam in Makkah, the Prophet (saws) would pass by them and remind them to be patient. When he passed by the family of Yaasir he would say, “Patience, O family of Yaasir, for you are promised Paradise.” Classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Takhreej Fiqh al-Seerah, p. 103.

It was narrated that al-Zubayr ibn ‘Adiyy said, We came to Anas ibn Maalik and complained to him about what we were suffering from al-Hajjaaj. He said, “Be patient, for there never comes to you a time but what follows it is worse, until you meet your Lord. I heard this from your Prophet (saws).” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 7068.

Al-Mustawrid al-Qurashi said to ‘Amr ibn al-‘Aas: “I heard the Messenger of Allah (saws) say: ‘The Hour will begin when the Romans are the greatest people in number.’” ‘Amr said, “Watch what you say!” He said, “I am saying what I heard from the Messenger of Allah (saws).” He said, “If you say that, it is a fact, for they have four qualities. They are the most patient of people at times of tribulation; they recover quickly from calamity; they are quick to recover and attack again after defeat; and they are good to the poor, orphans and the weak. And a fifth good quality that they have is that they resist the oppression of kings.” Narrated by Muslim, 2889.

Al-Nu’maan ibn Basheer said: “If there is nothing left in the world but trials and tribulation, then face the trials with patience.”

When Ahmad ibn Hanbal faced the overwhelming fitnah of those who said that the Qur’aan was created, during the reigns of al-Mu’moon, al-Mu’tasim and al-Waathiq, when he was subjected to lengthy imprisonment and severe beatings, he bore that with patience and adhered to his religion, the straight path, until Allah granted him victory and relieved him of that distress.

3 – Justice and fairness in all things

One of the strongest causes of differences among people, especially at times of fitnah, is the lack of justice and fairness. If the Muslim strives to become fair to himself and to other people, then many of the problems that arise among Muslims, whether on the individual or communal level, will be solved, in sha Allah.

Allah says, “And whenever you give your word (i.e. judge between men or give evidence), say the truth” [al-An’aam 6:152]

And he says, “and let not the enmity and hatred of others make you avoid justice. Be just: that is nearer to piety” [al-Maa’idah 5:8]

So it is essential to be just in our words and deeds, especially at times of fitnah, in the sense that we should examine each matter and note its good and bad aspects, weigh them up, and then pass judgement, because examining matters thoroughly will protect the Muslim from attributing to Islam things that are not in accordance with the commands of Allah. So your justice and fairness at the time of fitnah will save you, in sha Allah.

Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen (rahimullah) said: I urge you, my brothers, to be just and balanced in all things, to look at all issues surrounding any given matter, to find out the more correct ruling concerning it, and to judge all matters in the same way. This is an important principle which the wise man must follow in his relationship with Allah and in his relationship with other people, to be fair, for Allah loves those who are fair.

There follow some examples from the lives of our righteous forebears (the salaf) of their keenness to be just and fair:

It was narrated that ‘Abdul Rahmaan ibn Shimaasah said, ‘I came to ‘Aa’ishah and asked her about something, and she said, “Where are you from?” I said, “I am from Egypt.” She said, “What was the behaviour of your governor towards you in this war of yours?” I said: “We did not experience anything bad from him. If the camel of one of our men died, he would give him another camel. If any one of us lost his slave, he would give him another slave. If anybody was in need of the basic necessities of life, he would provide them with provisions.” She said: “The treatment that was meted out to my brother, Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr, does not prevent me from telling you what I heard from the Messenger of Allah (saws). He said in this house of mine: ‘O Allah, whoever gains some kind of control over the affairs of my people and is hard upon them, be hard upon him, and whoever gains some kind of control over the affairs of my people and is kind to them, be kind to him.’” Muslim (1828)

Al-Nawawi said, commenting on this hadeeth:

This indicates that we should mention the virtues of good people, and not refrain from doing so because we dislike them etc. They differed concerning the way in which this Muhammad was killed. It was said that he was killed in battle, and that he was killed as a prisoner of war after the battle…

The governor in question here was Mu’aawiyah ibn Hudayj who killed Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr.

Al-Siyar, 3/38

Saturday, March 5, 2011

يا حكام المسلمين نحن لا نخشي اليهود.. رسالة مصر الكنانة

There are signs of good coming from Egypt.
In the video above our muslim brothers of egypt are chanting things like "its time to bring back Jihad, O rulers of the muslim lands we are not affraid of the jews, its time to go back to jihad" and the people are responding "its time to go back, its time to go back".... Allahu akbar:)

Friday, March 4, 2011

O Uncle

March forth, whether you are light (being healthy, young
and wealthy) or heavy (being ill, old and poor), strive hard with your wealth and your lives in the Cause of Allah. This is better for you, if you but knew. 9;41

Ibn Jarir saidHiban bin Zayd Ash Sharabi narrated " We mobilized our force with Safwan bin Amr , who was the governor of Hims towards the city of Ephos appionted to Jerajima Christains expatriates ( in Syria ) I saw among the army an old man, yet active whose eyebrows had sunk over his eyes , from the residence of Damascus, riding on his animal. I said to him " O Uncle ALLAH has given you an excuse to lag behind, He said O my newhew ALLAH has mobilized us whether we are light or heavy. Verily those whom ALLAH loves, He test them . Then to ALLAH is their return and eternal dwelling. ALLAH test from HIs servants whoever thanks Him and observes patience and rememberance of Him , all the while worshipping none else.

The elderly are given the option but what kind of man would take it unless hes absolutely helpless, I remember seeing an incredible scene that has never left my mind [ Three elderly muslims trapsing thru the snow over the mountains in Uzbeckistan after an government offensive against them . the three would have been in 70s or 80s the man in the middle was being supported by a man on one side and a woman on the other they had their weapons they were dressed in Islamic gear and were very thin but they looked beautiful but in pain , pain because the Ummmah has neglected them and turned to the passing life for enjoyment .If Allah must give me long life I wish to be like them.///

on the authority of Abu Sa’id who said the Prophet saws said ” On the day of Judgement there will be a flag for every person guilty of treachery. It will be raised in proportion to the extent of his guilt, and there is no guilt of treachery more serious than the one committed by the ruler of men.

When Death Becomes a Wedding إبتسامة شهيد | Qur'an | Muhammad Al-Luhaidan

I want to kiss you
I long for you
I wish to smell that fragrance
That fragrance of yours…
Do you want me too?
I only have a small dowry for you…
Ive heard that your wali…
Your wali is cold, and unbending
And the way there, to where you stay
It is hard to travel upon…
I don’t want much from you
I just ask Allah for pure intentions…
Purify me, my Lord
Even if it takes the fire of this world
I want her hand
I want it…
My Lord, can you take me there?
I want to be there…
They say…
They say it takes only a pinch
She might hurt a little…
But I want that for Your sake
Will it cost much for the feast?
We don’t need much…
One Sacrifice will do
O Wife, I am ready for you!
Not many long for you
But a few are jealous…
Love me, that is all I ask
Come to me
Come to me,