Personal Announcements Latest Topics Announcements Latest TopicsenI've Been Away.... Will Be Back Soon and Hello everybody,


I havent visited the forum for a while as i became a daddy on the 28th Feb and i've been busy with my little son. Mashallah its such a wonderful feeling beeing a father, i've named him after one of the prophet (pbuh) companions and mashallah i must say he is only three and a half months old and he is pretty strong not forgetting how cute he looks.. (obviously taken from the father)


I also started a new job (now i've got two) so havent really had much spare time to log on and contribute....


Anyway, Salaams to you all...

41390Sun, 24 Jun 2007 21:53:44 +0000
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741333Tue, 15 Oct 2013 17:05:49 +0000
Help A Brother In Need


Our member, brother abdullahfath, is facing tight financial problems. He contacted me to get permission to ask for your help. We usually don't allow forum members to raise funds or collect any money, but this brother is in real need of help. He is a revert as you probably know, and he hates to start fasting the month of ramadan with the burden of loans and pawns.


The brother will post the details, and I leave it up to you if you want to consider paying part of your zakah to help him out. The circumstances he's currently going through makes him one of those who deserves to be given zakah, for 2 reasons. As you know, there are eight categories on which zakaah must be spent, which Allaah has explained clearly. He states that this is a duty imposed by Allaah and that it is based on knowledge and wisdom.



“As-Sadaqaat (here it means Zakaah) are only for the Fuqaraa’ (poor), and Al‑Masaakeen (the poor) and those employed to collect (the funds); and to attract the hearts of those who have been inclined (towards Islam); and to free the captives; and for those in debt; and for Allaah’s Cause (i.e. for Mujaahidoon — those fighting in a holy battle), and for the wayfarer (a traveller who is cut off from everything); a duty imposed by Allaah. And Allaah is All-Knower, All-Wise”

[al-Tawbah 9:60] 


The first reason you may give the brother zakah is under the fourth category:  “to attract the hearts of those who have been inclined (towards Islam)”. These are people who may be given zakaah in order to open their hearts towards Islam, either a kaafir who we hope will become Muslim, or a Muslim to whom we give in order to strengthen his faith.

The second reason for giving the brother your zakah is based on the sixth category: those who are in debt.


Jazakum Allahu khayran.



(Please note that any money you decide to send him will be between you and him personally. The forum cannot take any part or receive any money on behalf of anyone.)

740883Thu, 27 Jun 2013 20:52:02 +0000
Sisters Ramadhan Halaqah 1434 | Starting 6Th July @ 2.30Pm |āmu 'alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh


Sisters Ramadhan Halaqah 1434/2013




Starting Saturday 6th July 2.30pm-4.30pm | Will carry
on every Saturday in Ramadhan


*Special post-Eid Halaqah
on Saturday 17th August*




Shahjalal Masjid | Third Avenue | Manor Park | London
E12 6BT


*Entrance on Romford Rd


Public Transport:


Bus: 25 86 W19 - Opposite the Masjid (eastbound) | 30
seconds away (westbound)


147 101 104 474 - 5 minute walk

Train: Manor Park overground (5 minute walk)


East Ham Underground (15 minute walk or 5-10 minutes with


Free Admission


Please try to attend and invite others....


JazakAllahu Khairan



"Only in the remembrance of Allah can the heart find
peace." (Qur'an, 13:28)


Abu Hurairah and Abu Sa`id
Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with them) reported: The Messenger of Allah
(sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said, "When a group of people assemble for
the remembrance of Allah, the angels surround them (with their wings),
(Allah's) mercy envelops them, Sakinah, or tranquillity descends upon them and
Allah makes a mention of them before those who are near Him.''



740856Tue, 18 Jun 2013 17:45:17 +0000
Naming Kittens! think this is the proper place to post this...


The no-kill rescue I volunteer for got in a whole bunch of kittens in the last couple weeks. One was very near death, and my boss nursed him back to health and now he's quite the lively little thing! He gets into trouble trying to explore everywhere and everything, and also plays rough...with the adult cats! So we are looking to name him something that will fit (right now he's simply being called "Monster"! LOL). My boss would like a Russian name, but all I can think of is Ivan (yanno, after Ivan The Terrible... and Ivan also means "God is gracious", which I like). I also looked up names for gods or mythical beings of trickery and mischeif. Is there any suggestions from an Islam aspect?


Anyhoo, what originally brought me to this forum was researching Muezza. One of the kittens has deformed back legs, and may be crippled for the rest of his life. It will probably be impossible to adopt him out, so I am going to keep him. I had a cat who was born without her back legs, and knew she wouldn't be able to survive on her own (she was from a feral/wild mom). But last October she got sick so I had to euthanize her. Her name was Paizly, because of the swirl markings.

I have seen a couple references that Muezza means to cherish or care about someone. Is that about right? Also, how do you pronounce it in English? I am thinking it's something like "Moo-eh-zah"?


We're probably not going to name the other dozen kittens we have, as they will be easily adoptable and we won't have them long enough to really bother with thinking up all those names! We usually only name the "special" ones we get attached to and end up keeping.

740730Fri, 17 May 2013 04:53:48 +0000
How I Became Religious From Nowhere alaikum,


I live in a country where Muslims are a minority. My family is not very orthodox. They never forced me to wear a hijab, offer five times prayers etc. Believe me, till March 2013 I used to be in western clothes but modest, I dint offer five times prayers, I prayed only magrib everyday, I dint read the Quran everyday it was only occasional and my hobbies were watching movies at home, though I dont go out with friends because I prefer being at home. In short I knew nothing about Islam.


One day I read about dawah and wanted to start with my Christian male friend but he got offended and he started talking worthy of Jesus. Though I was not much into my religion I always get angry when someone talks low about Islam. I started to argue, he argued back, as I knew nothing about Islam I started browsing more and more about Islam to defend myself. As I became stronger, he used to shout at me that Islam is fake etc, such arguments became frequent so I ended the debate without conclusion as to which religion is greater or worthy. I lost his friendship after that, he was my childhood friend and since then I dont like Christians, sorry if I am harsh.


I engrossed myself more in learning Islam, one day I saw a video of Dr Zakir Naik and since April 2013 I became very religious after understanding Islam, and I cry almost everyday to Allah in my prayers for missing out this beauty of Islam, for being so ignorant when I was young, but I also thank Him for giving me hidayath. my parents and brother are happy, friends are shocked at my change, my relatives are shocked. Parents said that Allah gives hidayath (a strong belief in religion) only to some, whom He wills.



I jumped in joy and I feel so happy that Allah chose me. I felt that connection, that special feeling when Allah chooses you. Imagine. I started wearing clothes like a Muslimah, offering five times prayers, reading Quran, and all that a Muslim has to do. Mashallah. Now I spend my free time completely in listening to religious lectures, dawah, spreading my knowledge to others, understanding more about Islam, trust me it has given me so much of peace and everyday I can't stop myself from learning more about Allah. I dont entertain arguments with anyone on Islam. I wish that Allah gives hidayath to all Muslims and help them enter Jannah. I love. Allah so much that I start to cry :-)

740699Fri, 10 May 2013 23:22:43 +0000
Time For Marriage for Marrage?


Salam Alaykoum,

I dont view myself as a great writer. And honestly dont post or chat much. So I suppose i will start by briefly introducing myself. I am ****, a 30 year old single male (emphesis on single). I am a computer technician for a Cyber Cafe in **** Morocco, we have 10 computers and are in process of expanding to 16. I repair, maintain and format computers for a vast quantity of people. I would say I format about 10 to 15 computers a month and repair an equal amount. Do network installations and house calls for computer service and ADSL modem installations. And I provide other services... Is a good job and I am happy to be business partners with the people that I am with.


I speak, read and Write english.

I read French well.

I speak simple arabic, still learning.


But on the other side of this coin. I am 30 years old. And single. All my brothers and sisters have married and have there families and children.


For me being single has become a problem. I will do my best to say it in a mannor readable to all audiances (male and female) and if at all possible add some humor.


I am lonely. My heart yerns for a companion. For a wife to hold, to love and have close to me. To be intimate.... (Pause and Fastforward, skipping the sceenes that are for the husband and wife) ;-)


These feelings become overwhelming. It is not just in my head. It is my whole body, Mind, Heart, Soul. It is all of me. Not just parts of me! (wink, wink)


So why am I writing this. Simple answer. Hoping and praying and asking Allah for... Well. A Wife. Not someone elses wife. But my very own wife. A wife that is a good muslim. With a good heart and is loving and honest and caring and sometimes a little noty, well maby a little more than sometimes. A wife who loves me for who I am and loves me simply and honestly. In good times and bad.


And it is Ramadan. I pray the early morning and night Taraweeh prayers. I pray and ask Allah to help with all things. To bless my parents with good place in Jennah. Allah knows how much I love them and miss them. To forgive me and help me and save me. To bless Mohammed (PBUH) and all the messengers. To help all of us Muslims and save us. And for Allah to bless me with a good wife and children. And much more...

739284Mon, 30 Jul 2012 15:39:31 +0000
Hello Everybody everyone

Im Muslim, iwant to marry following our religion norms.Can any one advise me hw can i find a good Muslim,christian, or new converted girl.

Any place to go or anywebsite.

739394Sun, 19 Aug 2012 10:41:48 +0000
Rofi....anyone Remember Him?


Does anyone remember him?

728736Sat, 15 Aug 2009 23:42:26 +0000
Are You Looking For An Islamic English School (K-12)? International School for Higher Education Studies


Some facts about WISHES school:


o_ WISHES is an Islamic school

o_ English medium curriculum (all subjects, except for one, are taught in the English language while all students and school staff are to speak English at all times within the school campus)

o_ Located beside a masjid where the students are to pray Dhuhr and 'Asar everyday

o_ Located near a hostel where students abroad or who live in other cities can rent a room

o_ Near a fast-food restaurant, a fruits and vegetables market, several shopping malls etc.

o_ Owners of this school have had their books published by Dar-us-salaam Publications in Riyadh Saudi Arabia

o_ We follow the tradition/Sunnah of the Messenger Muhammad (SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam)

o_ WISHES is located in Davao City (Mindanao), suppesedly the largest city in Philippines

o_ Foreigners and non-Muslims are insha-Allah welcome. Non-Muslims, though, are obliged to study Islamic Studies/Education and are not exempted from learning Islam and Arabic.

o_ Available grades this year insha-Allah:

kindergarten one and two, elementary grades one to six, seventh and eighth grade (more grade levels will insha-Allah be added, along with college)


If you need more info please email infowishes at

Or visit


Thank you for reading brothers and sisters in Islam,



738879Fri, 01 Jun 2012 13:19:25 +0000
Baby alekum brothers and sisters


my wife gave birth to a beautiful boy on the last Monday ........ both mother and baby doing well Alhumdulelah


Baby name is Fawaz

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ask all to make for him dua'as pls

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732652Sun, 01 Aug 2010 12:56:43 +0000
I Did My Shahada Two Days Ago :j: :no: :D :D


I did shahada two days ago in a Masjid and I am so excited, and what makes me even more happy is that my sister (who is a christian) came there with me.. :sl:




May Allah bless you all

42746Sun, 02 Sep 2007 21:03:36 +0000
Free Comic Book From Middle East Artists,


I don't know people's stances on either illustrated depictions in general or comic books/graphic novels specifically, but I thought it might be nice to share news about an anthology I co-edited which is coming out in a few months:


Originally, it was going to be printed as part of a Kickstarter(contact admin if its a beneficial link) campaign, but the Harvard office with which I was working saw that there was enough interest to sponsor it wholly themselves.


So, I present: Muqtatafaht, a collection of Middle East comics creators' works, now available to comic shops for ordering for Free Comic Book Day 2012. Edited by myself and the folks at Harvard University CMES Outreach Center.

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I'd welcome your comments and thoughts! (Of course, though, I know "Middle Eastern" is NOT perfectly equivalent to "Muslim." Nevertheless, I still thought there could be some overlap/interest in this here at IF, potentially.)

737828Sat, 14 Jan 2012 15:38:53 +0000
My Visit To Makkah ..

Asslamu Alikum ..



hello ,, I hope everyone is in good health ..




In 18 July - 2009 * I visited Makkah , I spent the most enjoyable moments of my life :sl:


Without a doubt , i performed Umrah Alhamdulellah :no:




and these are some pictures that i took from Makkah ^^"








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this is a general pic for the holly Masjed ( Mosque ) i took it from the internet ..





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i took these pictures when i entered the Holly Masjed after performing Umra , it was 5 pm ..




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and This picture was taken near of Al- Kaaba , wonderful view ! :eheh:




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also i took this pic from the second floor ..




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these pic were taken in friday ,, the place was almost empty .. :sl:





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i took this pic from Al-Marwa




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these pictures taken near of the pigeons of Al-haram they are famous there ,, i like them :D they are soo cute




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and these are some diffrent pictures of Al-haram Al-makki .. ( the holly Masjid )





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honestly , i didn't forget you all from my Du'a :j:





May Allah bless you all and help everyone here to come to Makkah and preform Umra ,, Amen




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Peace ... }

729007Sat, 05 Sep 2009 02:00:43 +0000
Married Alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu


I had been away for a very long time because of my health declination. I decided to resume my work online and definitely need alot of duaas.

I thought it to be high time to announce my marriage to one of the members here on the forum. Well I knew him long before this forum, and we had got into nikkah last year February. Alhamdulillah!


Oh! who is my hubby :sl: he is no other than (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetgawaher(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?showuser=16668"]Subhaanallaah[/url] . Life has changed alot Alhamdulillah.


He is busy with his business these days but InshaALLAH soon he will be back to Gawaher.


I request you all to remember us in your prayers.


JAzak Allah khairan wa ahsanul jaza.

733926Thu, 18 Nov 2010 16:59:15 +0000
Seeking Spouse


My name is Marium. Though I am a born muslim, it has been about 10 years that I have started to truly seek for Truth. Al Hamdu lil Allah, so much.

I cannot tell enough How much I ought to be grateful to God for having guided me with the best of Guidance that one would ever dream of. And how much I am sad for having failed Him.

He said in Holy Quran , what do I have to do with punishing you if you believe and are grateful to Me. He is so Kind and knowing of our inner self, that if I am still alive it is only because He will guide me more by His Grace, otherwise there is no reason for me to be still alive , as I do not aim at living for myself.


Al Hamdu lil Allah, I wish that one day ALL people may see the world with One Pure Mind, Heart and Soul and see the reality of La ilaha illa Allah muhammad Rassoul Allah.


My heart is so happy and yet so much in need of peace. My aim in life is to seek God, find Him and go back to Him.ameen.


Also, I cannot enough thank Him, I know He is The Seer, Ar Raqib, The Keen Observer and I pray that one day I become a better muslima, as the prophet muhammad (saw) would have wished a muslima to be.


I would like to use this introduction to say that I am seeking for a revert brother (uk) for marriage purposes.


May God bless you all, ameen.

732431Fri, 02 Jul 2010 20:30:41 +0000
What To Wear To The Masjid?!


Next week inshallah I will make the shahada in the masjid! Woohoos! I'm just trying to prepare for it so I know what to expect I never took the shahada in the masjid the first time. First thing thats weighing on me is what I should wear to the masjid. I know I should wear long clothes I've got that. But what shoes should I put on? I know u take them off before u go to the masjid...I mean before u go in but heres the thing. Most of my shoes are open at the top and I'm only supposed to show my hands and face. The only pair I have that are closed are all falling apart and awful looking I don't wanna go to the masjid like that. So I cant buy new ones yet I'm waiting for my next pay, which will hold off my shahada even longer. I've waited too too long! Next thing is are there any things the imam might ask me at the masjid that I need to prepare for or read up on? Any particular surah? Alsodo I have to hide my hair somehow? O! and 1 last thing! Where can I get the muslim clothes? Will they be at the masjid? Thanks and salams.

356505Sun, 20 Jul 2008 23:41:41 +0000
Want To Know Where I've Been? alaykum


Alhamdulillah i finally got my wish. After a hard battle deciding where to go and what to do, i finally ended up in Yemen. I'm doing a 3 month arabic course and so far it is just great. There are a lot of Brits and Americans also studying in the Institute i'm studying in, Sana'a institute of Arabic Languages- "you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.sialyemen(contact admin if its a beneficial link)"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.sialyemen(contact admin if its a beneficial link)[/url]


Its fun too. The institute is actually like a border line between the Old ciyt of Sana'a for those who like a traditional, quiet and peaceful environment, and the new city of Sana'a where bustling like Cairo, with almost anything you want to find, accesceries, clothing (not the best in quality though), food (KFC, Pizza hut, Shawarmas, Italian, chinese, korean, pakistani(Chicken Biryani :D ), indian.....restaurants, gym, amusement parks (not as thrilling as the 7 flags or Alton Towers of course).


Its quite cheap too! For anyone who can afford it and wants to learn arabic, i say come to Sial. Some people have been to various places around the arab world such syria, palestine, egypt...learning arabic but while here at sial, they say its the best. The courses are flexible, it could be private one on one, choose your syllabus, bring your group over for large discounts. Female classes are seperate. Yemenis are so friendly and welcoming. They are very Islamically modest. most of the women were niqabs. Yemen is a good place to study arabic for muslims and non muslims as well. there are several non muslims and they are really having a good time.


Hope i get time to tell you more about yemen and the course.



14881Thu, 16 Jun 2005 18:29:26 +0000
Hijrah To Saudia Arabia Alaykum wa rahamtu ALlahi wa barakatuh


What do you guys think of this idea? Can a single woman with no mahram make a hijrah which involves traveling, etc...?

733929Thu, 18 Nov 2010 21:32:01 +0000
Hijrah Village aleikum wa rahmatullah


My husband and I recently made a move that I had longed to make for years. A Hijrah, maybe not to Islamic lands but definitely to Muslim lands. Having lived in Europe I know that there are many Muslims who would like to leave but don’t know where to or how.

I realized I am in the fortunate position of being able to help those who want to make hijrah.


The proposal I have is not new as I am aware it has already been done in the Gambia, West Africa. The idea is the same, just a different location. To put it simply, Muslims pool resources together, buy land, build housing and relocate. Moving as a group with similar backgrounds and experiences will, Inshallah help the transition and ease the stress of living in a strange land among people, most of whom speak a different language and have a different culture. Making hijrah is not easy, it was difficult for the sahabah despite the fact that they were with Muhammad (salallahu alayhi wa salam) and among people of the same culture and language, yet for some of us it is obligatory for us to do it. cont.....

733714Tue, 26 Oct 2010 13:49:16 +0000
Da'wah Attitude wa rahmatullah everyone


I don't know in what section to post this, so I am putting it out here. I started a new blog related to the Da'wah field.


I would like feedback from the users here on what to write about. I want to improve my writing skills so this is my attempt at getting what I want.


So roll out the feedback generously




732344Mon, 21 Jun 2010 22:39:14 +0000
Loan From 2 Till 5 Years, the Muslim cannot get the Creator’s grace and mercy until he asks for helps only Almighty and All-Merciful Allah – Giving food and Controlling everything, Merciful and Forgiving.

Therefore believing that the Masjid gives an opportunity to keep to the clear faith, and a good cause will be recorded to the Muslim built a Masjid. We built Masjids by our own means.

There were 230 Masjids in 1992, in the year of getting the independence in the Republic of Kazakhstan and in 2009 there were 2290.

Anyway it is not sufficient to worship our only Lord.

The global financial crises prevented to continue building.

Praise to Allah. Thanks to Allah’s help and forgiveness our affairs are getting better. And we should like to mortgage several Masjids, for this we are intended to attract free means of true Muslims.

We need loan means for the period of time from 2 till 5 years.

We hope that the Supreme Allah will respond to our request and our wishes will be fulfilled.

And we wish all the good and blessing for the people who will respond to our request.

732309Sat, 19 Jun 2010 11:57:56 +0000
Need Advice Plz alikum


I'm flying to NY tomorrow insha Allah for 2 weeks on business, I need some advice on the cheapest and safest place to stay in NY/NJ .. since the expenses is on me.


Been searching on craigslist(contact admin if its a beneficial link) for a while .. and I don't mind to share a room in a house and pay for it. So if someone has any advice, I will be happy to hear :sl:



salam alikum

731851Wed, 28 Apr 2010 10:03:57 +0000
Need Help Urgently... aleykum

Im muslimah from Poland, married to Moroccan. The problem that we have is connected with my dad in law who lives with family in Morocco. Short time ago he had heart attack and alhamdulilllah he survived. But now he needs operation of heart that costs about 2000 euro. He doesnt have this money, financial situation there is very bad. Sometimes they dont have anything to eat and his children wear old clothes and shoes. Me and my husband cant help them because we have financial problems too. Now the most important is operation that will let my dad in law stay alive. We are very desperated and we dont know what to do thats why i wanted to ask if someone of u brothers and sisters knows maybe some Islamic community or organisation that we can ask for help so maybe we can collect some money or some other ideas that can be useful in this situation. I will be grateful for every answer. Jazak Allah khair

716468Wed, 21 Jan 2009 11:54:13 +0000
Urgent Help Needed Debt Relief Alaykum wa Rahmatullahee wa Barakatu


Please, help this brother and his family to relieve him from his debt. Please, donate as much as you can to help them. Even one dollar is good. The donations should not be lower than 50 cents because PayPal deducts Transaction Fees.


Remember that debtors belong to the eight categories of people who are eligible to receive Zakah. If this is true the we should help them as much as we help the poor and needy. He asks for help; therefore, it is obligatory on us to help him relieving his family from the financial distress.


The credit debt became a heavy burden and if this debt is gone then there is no more debt.


I will use this as an initiative to help relieving the debtors be they dead or alive.


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If you are unable to make donations, please at least make du'aa.

Use this opportunity to make sadaqa.

731217Thu, 04 Mar 2010 17:36:08 +0000