Adoption in Islam

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Adoption in Islam

 

Praise be to Allaah.

Adoption of children is of two types, forbidden and not forbidden.

The forbidden type means adopting a child in the sense that the child is considered to be the child of the adopting parent and subject to the rulings on children. This is not permitted. Allaah nullified it in the Qur’aan when He said (interpretation of the meaning):

Mother! My Best Friend

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Mother! My Best Friend
Muhammad al-Shareef

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

Aseer ibn Jaabir narrates: Whenever people would come from Yemen, Umar would ask them, “Is Uways Al-Qaranee amongst you?” until, one year, he met Uways. He said, “Are you Uways Al-Qaranee?” He said, “Yes.” Umar continued, “From Muraad, then Qaran?” He said, “Yes.” Umar then asked, “Were you once afflicted with leprosy and your skin healed except for a dirham’s area?” Uways said, “Yes.” Umar finally asked, “Do you have a mother (that is alive)?” He said, “Yes.” Umar then said, “I heard the Messenger of Allah – Sal Allahu alayhi wa Sallam – say, “Uways ibn Aamir will come to you with the delegations from Yemen, from Muraad, then from Qaran. He was once afflicted with leprosy and his skin healed except for a dirham’s area. He has a mother, and he treats her kindly. If he was to ever swear by Allah (for something) Allah would fulfill his oath. If you can, request that he ask forgiveness for you.” Umar then requested from Uways, “Ask forgiveness for me.” And Uways Al-Qaranee did.

Allah – Ta’ala – commanded us,

Good Manners at Home

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Good Manners at Home

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

Spreading kindness in the home

‘Aa’ishah radiallaahu ‘anhaa said: “The Messenger of Allâh sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said:

‘When Allâh subhanahu wa ta’ala wills some good towards the people of a household, He introduces kindness among them.'” (Reported by Imaam Ahmad in al-Musnad, 6/71; Saheeh al-Jaami’, 303)

According to another report:

“When Allâh loves the people of a household, He introduces kindness among them.” (Reported by Ibn Abi al-Dunya and others; Saheeh al-Jaami’, no. 1704)

In other words, they start to be kind to one another. This is one of the means of attaining happiness in the home, for

Interaction Between Men & Women On The Internet – Some Guidelines

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Interaction Between Men & Women On The Internet – Some Guidelines
Salman ibn Fahd al-‘Awdah

 

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

There are many interactive forums on the Internet, including chat sites and online communities. We need to address the critical question of how Muslim men and women should conduct themselves when they come into contact with one another while participating in these forums.

The following guidelines should be observed by Muslim men and women when interacting with one another on the Internet:

General Guidelines for Internet Users

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General Guidelines for Internet Users
By Sheikh: Hamed Ibn Abdullah El Aly

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful
First: When a Muslim hears the call for prayer, he should rise up to the remembrance of Allah and not let anything take him away from answering that call. The Lord SWT said: In houses that Allah ordered to be built and His name to be mentioned in them mornings and nights, men who are not diverted by trade or selling from the Remembrance of Allah, pray, give alms, fear a day where hearts and eyesight’s are diverted in all directions. (24:36-37)

Second: The Internet is a way for communication that is considered a double-edged weapon. When it provides benefit, it becomes a gift. And when it provides evil, it becomes a disgrace. Muslim should use the good side of this facility to serve his religion and life, rather than its evil side that corrupts his religion and

How To Protect Your Iman In Today’s Society

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How To Protect Your Iman In Today’s Society
Al-Jumu’ah Magazine


In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

IN TODAY’S SOCIETY, WHAT CAN ONE DO TO PROTECT HIS EMAAN, IMPROVE HIS CHARACTER AND BE THE MUSLIM HE WANTS TO BE?

As one of only two Muslims in a small Kentucky town one summer, it was hard not to notice the stares. Coming from a mostly Muslim setting, it was a difficult adjustment for the sixth-grader visiting Christian relatives. “I felt I went from being a perfectly normal, happy child with many interests and friends, to something akin to a monster.” Everything about her suddenly became wrong; and so, beyond the eyes of the Ummah, some set about fixing her. “The funny thing is that I was taught to have a healthy respect for Allah’s revelations. And that, in part, is what they used against me. I was in a nightmare filled with emotional vampires and spiritual cannibals and I knew this was not the teachings of the honorable Prophet Eesa alayhes sallam. But I wanted to be liked and

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