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الحمد لله وصلى الله على نبينا محمد وآله وصحبه وسلم

Muhammad bin ‘Abd-Allaah, the final Messenger of Allaah (ﷺ) for all the worlds. You will never ever be able to understand this man and his message in its actual sense unless and until you are unbiased and you read about his life from his very childhood from the authentic sources of Islaam and you read about his message from the book which was revealed over him and you read the statements of the people  (women & men) regarding his behavior who lived around him. The statements of those people who believed in his message and of those people who rejected and of those who objected.

Since psychological aspect of Islaam has hardly been taught to the people especially to the Muslims. Like many others I’m inspired by this man regarding how he treated children, women, men, his family, relatives and the outside community psychologically with mercy and kindness and in-return people accepted Islaam without any fear of Sword. We aspire and strive to discover the social life of the messenger of Allaah (ﷺ) and of his (male & female) companions (رضي الله عنهم) and of those who followed his righteous path. May Allaah accept our small and humble for His Deen!

A humble slave of Allaah (God)

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      • thank you for your support. I am trying to present a moderate posts and denied any of the concept-concept such as Shia Islam and Liberalism.

        If willing please write a comment in our guest book.

        Jazakallah.

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    • I visited your site. I also commented there, but unfortunately I didn’t understand anything there because it was in indonesian language which is a nice language. I know your blog is catering to your people who are indonesian, and that’s what we should be doing generally. But I didn’t understand anything there in ‘aqeedah and fiqh and other categories. However I wish you change your gravatar, because its giving a connotation that he is Imaam ahmad (may Allaah have mercy upon him) or this is how he used to look like. Instead you may put a picture of his book like al-mu’watta.

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  1. Thank you for sharing your info. I really appreciate your efforts and I will be waiting for your next post thank you once again.

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  3. Assalam o Alikum Wa RahmatuLLAHI Wa Barakatuhu!
    ikhwan.
    once i read a post here on your blog i think, it was about how a righteous mother advised her daughter on her wedding ceremony. And there were kinda 10 advises by the mother written in that post.
    I have searched but haven’t found, can you please tell me the link of that post?? I need that
    Wassalam.

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  4. I am in love with this site. Masha ALLAH may ALLAH reward you for your great effort. I have written my hijab journey on my website in order to help the new hijaabis. Please give it a look and share so that it can reach most of the muslimahs. Jazak ALLAH

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    • Sister I read this post of yours ‘Journey of a hijaabi’, but you did not define what you meant by ‘Hijaab’ or by ‘hijaabi’. As per the photo attached to the post, that is not the Islaamic Jilbaab and Hijaab. Therefore I would like you to express what you mean by your understanding of ‘hijaab’ because nowadays there are thousands of concepts people have regarding the Hijaab. May Allaah reward you for an encouraging feedback! I would like you to read this post, read.

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      • JazakALLAH for sharing this beautiful post but as far as my post is concerned, there are two aspects on which you can write on hijaab. One is WHY and the other is How. My article was based on why. My sole purpose was to make my muslim sisters aware that wearing hijaab is not just covering their heads but it is much more than that its our submission to ALLAH. And moreover I listed the basic fears that every new hijaabis goes through and shared how I overcame it just so that my new hijaabi sisters could gather more strength and feel proud of hijaab rather than taking it as a burden. About the picture I chose was because the message its conveying and also the sister in that picture is nicely covered and her entire dress is not being seen, JazakALLAH.

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      • I respect your post and your words which you have gathered in this post and as you rightly said that you have touched the ‘Why’ part of wearing Hijaab. I’m impressed that you divided hijaab aspect in two parts very neatly in ‘why’ and ‘how’. Jazaakillaahu Khayraa’. I will give you my words upon this ‘why’ aspect whether its hijaab or anything which Islaam has prescribed like wearing trousers above ankles and below knees or leaving beard or the jilbaab, etc, if a Muslim male or female has the inferiority complex related to his/her Deen, no one can make them understand how true and inert the message of Islaam is. I am expecting more beneficial posts from you, also profess your ‘aqeedah in your blog so that people can understand you better. May Allaah keep us upon His path!

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      • Sister your post is well detailed upon the ‘why’ aspect of the Hijaab, what I would like you to write is about your ‘aqeedah. Further, don’t take so long for posts to publish, like write one post every week or depending upon the circumstances, but don’t allow ‘muse state’ to overcome. May Allaah reward you for the better!

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