Asalamu alaykum my dear brothers and sisters in Islam! Today I will be blogging on the rules of Islam on interactions between women and men who are non mahrams to each other.
The first thing we must remember is Allah has not commanded us to completely not interact with non mahrams as that is impossible due to society these days, especially in the west. Allah has allowed women and men who are non mahrams to interact, BUT they must stay within the limits of Islam. Now, what are the limits of Islam on this you may ask? Allah has allowed us to interact with the opposite sex as long as 2 conditions are met. The 2 conditions are as follows:
1. When speaking to each other, they do not have the intention of lust
2. When speaking to each other, it must not lead to either one of them sinning
Asalamu alaykum all, today I have found a MASSIVE proof that the Quran is right and Islam is the true religion. This blog is mainly aimed at non-Muslims, especially atheists but it is a good thing - actually a GREAT thing if Muslims read it too as they can spread the message and share it...especially if they are preaching and showing people the true way.
Anyway isn't it strange that Firaun died in the sea AND his body was also found there?...as stated in the Quran Allah cursed Firaun and all the disbelievers that were with him as they did not listen to Hazrat Moosa and so they were drowned in the sea...isn't it strange that he was drowned by Allah in the sea AND his body was ALSO found in the red sea??
As Allah states in the Quran: "We shall preserve your body today that you may be a lesson for those who come after you! As many, a man is heedless of our signs!" [10:92]
Asalamu alaykum all, today I am writing about wives in Islam. One important saying I will be focusing on is: "Your wives are your partners, not your slaves." - Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
In today's nation, it is common for wives to have the responsibility of looking after the house, cleaning up, looking after the kids, making food, etc, while the husband works. What all brothers need to keep in mind is this is not the Islamic way to treat your wives, this is the cultural way that is passed down from most Asian families, and this is not right. The Prophet (pbuh) never gave the whole responsibility of the house to his wives, rather the Prophet (pbuh) himself helped his wives with the household duties unlike today's nation. I have a Hadith which I will share with you that proves my point (this is in my own words as it is easier to understand but it is still on the same lines as the actual one): Aisha – May Allah be pleased with her – was asked about the manners of the Prophet in his home, to this she said he helped her in doing the family duties and when he heard the call of prayer, he went out. (Al-Bukhari). This shows that some brothers of this nation are not following the Sunnah as they are not helping their wives in their household duties. If you think about it, don't your wives get tired? Don't they feel exhausted after doing the same work every single day? Can't they get ill by doing so much work? These questions should arise in every brother's mind and every brother should say to himself: "I should help my wife in her household duties rather than letting her do everything by herself, this is not the Sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh)". As I stated at the beginning, the Prophet (pbuh) said: "Your wives are your partners, not your slaves." This shows that it is a big sin to leave all the household duties for your wives to do. You should also help them and I guarantee you, you will definitely make your wife feel loved and happy. You will also take a lot of burdens off her shoulders as she will know she doesn't have much work to do as her husband will help her.
Asalamu alaykum/Hi! My name is Rukhsar Ali Din and welcome to my site! I hope you enjoy my posts and find them beneficial! Hope u have a blessed day! <<3