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Mesa de Libros en Mataró 12/03/2016

Mesa de Libros en Mataró 12/03/2016

Para el próximo Sábado día 12/03/2016 habrá una mesa de Libros informativos sobre el Islam totalmente gratuítos.

Acérquense e inviten a los demás a asistir y recoger sus libros desde ACS Iqra Mataró.

Repartiremos InshaAllah La Traducción Comentada del Corán del Lic. M. Isa García y otros Libros de conocimiento Islámico para Musulmanes y No musulmanes.

No pierdas la ocasión!!!

Diez mil copias del sagrado Corán están en marcha

Ten thousand copies of the Holy Quran are underway

Ten thousand copies of the Holy Quran are underway

In the name of Allah, Gracious Most Merciful , Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Universe. We glorify, We ask forgiveness for our sins and He entrust us. We took refuge in Allah from the evil of our own souls and the evils of our wrongdoings. Whoever Allah guides none can divert, and anyone who strays can guide. We bear witness that there is none worthy of worship but Allah, Sole, Who has no partner any. We bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger. Praise be to Allah, Who taught us our rights and duties. Praise be to Allah, Who conditioned our success as a community to respect these rights and obligations.

With the will of Allah Exalted already underway the first ten thousand copies of the Holy Quran in Spanish translated by the Honorable Sheikh Muhammad Isa Garcia Almighty Allah reward him for so blessed work and sacrifice.

As soon as the books are in Spain we will march for distribution in all cities as we can.

 

 

Has Descubierto Su Verdadera Belleza islam pdf

Been Discovered Your True Beauty islam pdf

Been Discovered Your True Beauty?

You have discovered their true beauty Beauty.. is an illustrated guide to the principles of Islam in its proper nature as Allah Almighty describes us in His Holy Book and the Hadith (sayings or stories) His Messenger peace and blessings be upon the.

¿Has Descubierto Su Verdadera Belleza?

Been Discovered Your True Beauty?

Here's a great opportunity to learn the sweetness of Islam without intermediaries or taboos, know your master, meanings of words as a Muslim, Islam or holy Quran among other, You will learn things that are used the same spot and change your perspective on Islam if it is true that seek truth. If you are reading here and want to know about Islam you know that Allah Exalted is giving you an opportunity,

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La intención en las acciones Niah

The intention in the Niah actions

The intention in the Niah actions

It is narrated on the authority of Umar ibn Al-Khattab “may Allah be pleased with him” who said: "I heard the Messenger of God “peace and blessings be upon the” say:

'All actions are judged by intentions, and every person will be rewarded according to his intention. So, who emigrated for Allah and His Messenger, his emigration is for Allah and His Messenger, but he who migrated for some worldly thing he could win, or a wife with whom he wanted to marry, his migration is to that for which he migrated '". (Sahih Al-Bountiful, Sahih Muslim)

Las obras dependen de las intenciones

The intention in the works

Background

This hadith is undoubtedly one of the largest and most important of the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, It establishes one of the most important principles in the religion of Islam, specifically as regards the acceptance of religion and one's actions by God, and generally to all other normal daily activities a person plays. This principle is that for any action is accepted and, therefore, rewarded by God, must be carried out by Him. This concept is called "sincerity to God", but the exact meaning would be "purity of intention".

In one of the stages of life of the Prophet, Exalted God ordered all Muslims who emigrated from Mecca to the nascent Islamic state in Medina. In this hadith, the Prophet gave an example of two kinds of people in regards to this religious act of emigration:

· The first example was that of a person who emigrated to Medina only by God, seeking to please Him and fulfill His command. The Prophet declared that the action of this person will be accepted by God and He will reward you amply.

· The second example was that of a person who fulfilled this religious act, but his intention was not to please God and fulfill His command, so this type of person, although they might achieve what he wanted in life, will not receive reward from God, and its action is not among those considered acceptable.

In Islam, There are two areas in the life of a person, religious and worldly. Although there is a clear separation between the two in terms of religious jurisprudence, both are in fact inseparable, while Islam is a religion which legislates in family matters, society and politics, and in the belief and worship of God. Therefore, although this saying of the Prophet appears to apply only to the religious aspect of the life of a person, actually applies to both.

The purity of intention in the religious sphere

As mentioned above, this hadeeth sets the first principle for the actions of the person are accepted by God, which is that they should be only for God. With respect to those shares that have been ordered as a form of religious devotion, known as worship, one must make them by God only, since it was God who commanded the service or act that is done and loves it. These events include those as prayer (Salad), fast, give the obligatory charity (Alms), perform minor or major pilgrimage to Mecca (Umrah and Hajj), and all other acts who have been ordained in religion. Although the acts may seem like something outside, as in this hadith, to be accepted is critical intent with which the person performs them.

A person who directs any of these and other religious acts other than God or His same level considered deities, never be accepted, and who commits this heresy is considered committing the greatest sin against God, polytheism: associating others with God in those things that are specifically for Him. Islam is a religion that believes and practices true and strict monotheism. This monotheism not only implies that there is one God and Creator, but God has the right to all forms of worship and all related acts be made only to please Him and nothing else. This concept was that God ordered all His Prophets to preach, as He says in the Qur'an:

"And he had commanded them [in their legislation] to worship God sincerely, fuesen monotheists, establish prayer and pay the Zakat, for that is the true religion ". (Koran 98:5)

Here we see that even though a person may appear to be performing acts of devotion and worship to God outwardly, if you associate any other being in this worship, whether angels, prophets or righteous people, then this act is not accepted by God. Worse, falls into the great sin of polytheism.

Another aspect of this purity of intention is that a person should never seek any profit through religious service and acts of worship, even if this worldly gain is something permitted. In the hadith above, the second person did not perform their religious duty to emigrate for other deities instead or alongside God, or did not intend to do something inherently wrong. Instead, his intention was something deemed permissible in the religion (marriage). However, this act was not accepted by God, and the person may or may not have been what he wanted in this worldly life. Therefore, without a person seeks any permissible worldly gain through action, the reward of such action decreases.

If a person wants something considered unacceptable in Islam, and want to get through religious service and worship, this is considered a sin. Islam is a religion that promotes humility and selflessness, rebuking those seeking recognition from others and get status in this worldly life. Therefore, If one seeks the praise of others through religious service and worship, this not only is not accepted by God, but the person is considered worthy of receiving punishment in the afterlife. The Prophet mentioned the first people to be condemned to hell in the afterlife, and among them are:

"A person who acquired knowledge [religious] and taught [other], and learned to recite the Quran. You will be taken [in the presence of God] and God will mention all the favors granted him, and he will recognize. God will ask you: 'What did you do with them?'

He will answer: 'I acquired knowledge [religious] and I showed [other], and I recited the Quran just to please '.

God will say: 'Lie! Actually, you acquired knowledge [religious] to be called a scholar, and recited the Quran to be called reciter, and this was already said to you '. Then he ordered it to be [punished]. So it will be dragged on his face and thrown into the fire ". (An-Nasai)


Purity of intention on the mundane level

Since the message of the hadith discussed in part one is generally, means that a person can even be rewarded for every action you make in your daily activities normally, while their intention is correct and the act is not prohibited by religion. The religion of Islam has encouraged and sometimes even imposed manners and customs coming to them mandatory for humans, regarding life beyond acts of worship. It has legislated various methods regarding the performance of daily activities, from sleep to eat. If a person makes these different activities according to this legislation, will be rewarded for it.

This aspect of intention allows the lifetime of one becomes an act of worship, while the goal of life is to please God, This is achieved by doing good and refraining from evil. A person can turn everyday activities into acts of worship purify his intention and sincerely seeking to please God through these activities. The Messenger of God, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, said:

"Helping a person to mount his horse or his belongings loaded in it, is an act of charity. A good deed is an act of charity. Every step you take to go to the prayers is charity. Removing an obstacle from the road, is charity ". (Sahih Al-Bountiful)

Making a living also be rewarded. The Companions saw a man and were astonished by his hard work and diligence. They lamented: "If he did all that work just to please God ...".

The Messenger of God answered them:

"If he is working to support their young children, then it is to please God. If you are working to support their elderly parents, then it is to please God. If you are working to keep busy and so have their desires under control, then it is to please God. And, on the other hand, you are doing it to show off and earn fame, then your job is to please Satan ". (Al-Mundiri, As-Suyuti)

One can earn rewards even the most natural acts, of course if they are accompanied by the proper intention. The Messenger of God said:

"When one of you sleeping with his wife, is an act of charity ". (Sahih Muslim)

The same can be said for eating, sleep and work, as well as the traits of good character, as truthfulness, honesty, generosity, courage and humility. These can become worship through sincere intention and deliberate obedience to God.

For these mundane acts, otherwise trivial, They are deserving of divine reward, the following conditions must be met:

A. The act must be lawful in itself. If the action is forbidden, its perpetrator deserves punishment. The Messenger of God said:

"God is pure and good, and He accepts only what is pure and good ". (Sahih Muslim)

B. The dictates of Islamic Law must be observed in full. Deception, oppression and injustice should be avoided. The Messenger of God said:

"He who deceives is not of us". (Sahih Muslim)

C. The activity can not move individual to perform their religious obligations. God says:

“¡Oh, Believers! That your possessions and your children divert you from the remembrance no God ... ". (Koran 63:9)

In this exhibition we can see the greatness of this hadeeth and how important in shaping the concept of acceptance of the actions and their reward from God. We also see from this Hadith that the concept of worship and service in Islam is not limited to performing certain legislated ritual acts, but encompasses the entire life of a Muslim, making it a true servant of God.

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By: M. Abdulsalam

Site: Islam religion

Conferencia advertencia contra el extremismo religioso

Conference warning against religious extremism

Conference warning against religious extremism

Lecture given at the UNED (National University of Distance Education) in which it warns against extremism and are some of the causes to avoid falling into them.

Conferencia

Respect Life

To facilitate the readers of this website may be confusion and doubts about some causes that are living today by ignorance of them this audio brother Hisham which gives us a wide variety of tests to which the Muslim has , explains that our religion is an intermediate religion and has no place extremism extremism destroyed villages previous to you as is referred to in the hadith (such). In the Islamic religion one is forced to seek knowledge not to fall into ignorance and seek knowledge of scholars that this is how they learned the same scholars, not worth reading a book without the explanation of a trained scholar to extend in reference content of everything. If you draw conclusions for yourself end up losing the direction and sense of things as is currently the case with many young people today.

Credits

Author: Hisham Ibn Abdusalam

Source: Of islamhouse.com

 

Jesús y María en el Islam sermón

Jesus and Mary in Islam sermon

Jesus and Mary in Islam sermon

 

First part of the khutba, or sermon

Jesus and mary in Islam, Washing y Mariam Peace Be With Both in Islam.
Praise be to Allah, Lord of the universe. We glorify, We ask forgiveness for our sins and He entrust us. We took refuge in Allah from the evil of our own souls and the evils of our wrongdoings. Whoever Allah guides none can divert, and anyone who strays can guide. We bear witness that there is none worthy of worship but Allah, Sole, Who has no partner any. We bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.

One of the six principles of faith in Islam is to believe in all the Prophets and Allah Sent, peace be upon them, Allah says:

The Messenger and his followers believe in what was revealed to him from his Lord. They all believe in Allah, His Angels, His Books and His Messengers. We make no distinction between any of His Messengers. And they say: We hear and obey. Forgive us Lord our, to You is the return. [Koran 2:287]

This divine teaching should be learned by every believer, meaning that he will love and respect all prophets without exception.
This is one of the reasons why Muslims believe in Jesus the son of Mary, peace be upon both, as one of the Prophets and Allah Sent. In the Qur'an we find in Sura "The Council":

Ordained for you the same religion [monotheistic] that we had entrusted to Noah, and you reveal yourself [in the Quran] and to commend Abraham, Moses and Jesus, that ye may be strong in the practice of religion, and ye Do not divide it. But the idolaters find it difficult that to which you invite them [monotheism]. Allah chooses [to accept the faith] who wants, and guides to Himself him who repents. [Koran 42:13]

In Islam also talks about Mary, Mother of Jesus, peace be upon both, who has a very high position, so much so that a complete Sura of the Koran bears his name, No. 19, where decency is told, chastity, decorum y gone; further, more than 83 Verses in Sura "Family of Imran", number three, in which he talks about his truthfulness and his son, i.e., Mary and Jesus, Peace be upon the two, are part of the plan of God and deserve respect as believers.
But we must also clarify that none deserves some kind of worship or are considered divine, or something of the essence or some of its qualities is divine. Allah says, Highest either, in Sura "The Family of Imran":

And when the angels said: ¡Oh, Mary! Allah has chosen you and purified. You have chosen among all women of the universe. ¡Oh, Mary! Worship your Lord, prostrate and bow with those who pray. [Koran 3: 42-43]

and also says: The Messiah son of Mary is only a Messenger, Like the other Messengers before him, and his mother was a faithful and true believer. They ate food [as the rest of mankind]. Note how we explain the evidence and watches [despite this] deviate. [Koran 5: 75]

Concerning the virtue of Mary, found several stories of the Prophet Muhammad, will-lal-Lahu 'alaihi wa will lamb, one of them is he who transmitted to us' Ali ibn Abi Talib, may Allah be pleased with him: "The best women that have existed were Mary and Jadiya" [Bukhari and Muslim]. He also said the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him: "Every newborn is touched by the devil, less María, daughter of 'Imran, and his son Jesus, peace be upon them both ". [Bukhari]

Muslims believe that the birth of Jesus, peace be upon him, It was a miracle, it was a sign of the truth of the message which was entrusted transmit. He that is born of a woman without the intervention of a man is not to say that evidence is the son of Allah, in the literal sense, or be a god or nature to be a divine-human mixture; if we followed this trial should then believe the same of our fathers Adam and Eve, who were created without the direct intervention of any human being. Allah says:

Certainly the example of Jesus before Allah is like that of Adam, He created him from dust, then said: Be!, and was. [Koran 3:59]

Regarding the conception of Jesus, peace be upon him, found in the Qur'an:

And when the angels said: ¡Oh, Mary! Allah you glad tidings to His Word [Be!]. Your name will be the Messiah Jesus, son of Mary. Will be honored in this life and in the Hereafter, and he will be among those closest to Allah. He will speak to men in the cradle and in maturity, and he will be among the righteous. I said: ¡Oh, My Lord! How shall I have a son when no man has touched me no man? He answered: So it will be! Allah creates what He wills. When you choose something, just says: Be!, and is. He will teach Scripture, will grant wisdom, will teach the Torah and the Gospel. And it will be a Messenger to the Children of Israel. [Koran 3:45-49]

Jesus, peace be upon him, was a great man, servant and Prophet of Allah; this is our belief, which was confirmed by himself: Then [Jesus] spoke: By the way I am the servant of Allah. He has given me the Book and made me a Prophet. [Koran 19:30]

There is nothing to indicate that Jesus, peace be upon him, It was more than a man, servant and Prophet of Allah; much less that he has been assigned a title, characteristic or attribute that is not in him, even the son of God. In the same Bible is understood that this term is used metaphorically and not literally, since it call other as children of God; moreover, Ephraim is mentioned as the Firstborn of God and, as we know, Christians do not consider any of these identical characters or brothers in Jesus divinity. Further, Jesus, peace be upon him, when referring to himself used the phrase "son of man", as found in current Gospels.
You Too, Muslims firmly believe that Jesus, peace be upon him, died not crucified. In the Qur'an Allah, Mighty and the Almighty, says:

[Jewry] Neither believed [in Messiah] and expressed against Mary a grave slander [accusing her of immoral]. And they said: We killed the Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, the Messenger of Allah. But they killed him not, nor crucified him, they were asked confused with another who was killed in place. Those who differ therein are full of doubts. They have no certain knowledge, but follow assumptions, and certainly was not killed. [Koran 4:157]

You Also, Muslims believe that Allah, Mighty and the Almighty, will make Jesus, peace be upon him, back to Earth before doomsday, as a sign of the nearness of the end time. About, The Prophet Muhammad told us, will-lal-Lahu 'alaihi wa will lamb: "God will send the Messiah, son of Mary, who will descend at the white minaret on the eastern side of Damascus, wearing two garments lightly dyed with saffron, her hands resting on the wings of two angels. When lowering his head, beads of perspiration it will fall, and when lifting, beads like pearls will spill it. Every unbeliever who smells die, and his breath will reach as far as he can see ". [Muslim] In this second coming will not bring a new message or change something transmitted by the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him; conversely, will continue to exactly the Quran and Sunnah. The Prophet Muhammad, will-lal-Lahu 'alaihi wa will lamb, said:

"The son of Mary will soon descend amongst you and will judge justly (according to the Law of God, la Shari’a), break the cross, will kill the pig and not ask the Jizya " [Bukhari];
Another hadith that shows Jesus, peace be upon him, not come with a new message and will continue as established by Allah in the Quran and the Sunnah of His Prophet, Muhammad, will-lal-Lahu 'alaihi wa will lamb, is as follows:

"By Him in Whose Hands my life, the son of Mary will certainly invoke the name of Allah for Hajj or 'Umra or both in the valley of Rauha (a valley near Medina)". [Muslim]
Jesus, peace be upon him, also return to clarify the Jews and Christians who believed that it was not true. The first denied your message, offended his mother, claiming it was an adulteress and attempted murder. Seconds, meanwhile, they overstepped their belief, elevating him and his mother, peace be upon both, to a place that was not theirs, with God. On the other hand, its appearance will end the trouble and chaos generated by the so-called Antichrist, because its correct name is the False Messiah (Messiah Al Dayyal); said the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him:

"He (Jesus) will pursue the False Messiah until he captures him at the gates of Lydda and kill ". [Muslim]

Jesus, peace be upon him, also will pray to Allah to free Muslims from tribulation and chaos generated by the seemingly invincible Gog and Magog. Said the Prophet Muhammad, will-lal-Lahu 'alaihi wa will lamb:

"Jesus and his companions asked him to Allah, and He sent against them (Gog and Magog) worms that attack their necks; and in the morning, all perish as one ". [Muslim]

We must not forget that Jesus, peace be upon him, as a created, must die and complete their life cycle in this like everyone else. Allah says, Mighty and the Almighty:

Every soul shall taste death, and ye shall receive your full reward on the Day of Resurrection. [Koran 3:185]

I ask God's forgiveness for our sins. Do it you too.

Jesus y Maria en el islam

Jesus and Mary in Islam

Second part of the khutba, or sermon

Allah says, Glorified be:

We revealed [to you, ¡Oh Muhammad!] Book [Quran] with Truth, corroborating and remains in effect what we already had in the Books revealed. Judges, for, between them by what Allah has revealed and follow not their passions turning away from the truth that has received. To each among you have we prescribed a law and a guide. And if Allah had willed, He would have made you one nation, but I wanted you try you with what I appointed. Hasten to do good works. Brought back to Allah, and He will inform you about what you differ. [Koran 5: 48]

Once Allah, Praise and Glory be, He sent His last Messenger and Prophet, Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, revealing the culmination of the divine message, all prior to this disclosure laws were repealed altogether, which means that the only applicable law is found in the Qur'an and Sunnah. That is why Allah says, Almighty:

And whoever seeks a religion other than Islam [submission to Allah] will not be accepted, and in the Hereafter he will be among the losers. [Koran 3:85]

No other path leading to Allah and salvation than Islam, the religion taught by all the Prophets of Allah, even Jesus, peace be upon them. This is what our Prophet Muhammad referred, will-lal-Lahu 'alaihi wa will lamb, when he said:

"By Him in Whose Hand is my soul, any Jew or Christian who has heard about my message and then not believe in him, will belong to the people of Hell ";

And that itself is what is referred to verses in which Allah says:

Are unbelievers who say: Allah is part of a trinity. There is only one divinity. If you do not desist from what they say, a painful punishment whip to [for saying that] have fallen into unbelief [Koran 5:73];

Are unbelievers who say: Allah is the Messiah, son of Mary.} [Koran 5:17]; and: {Verily, those who disbelieve from among the People of the Book and the idolaters, will abide in the fire of Hell; and these are the worst of creatures. [Koran 98:6] Allah said: ¡Oh, People of the Book! Make no excesses in your religion. Do not say about Allah except the truth: The Messiah Jesus son of Mary, He is the Messenger of Allah and His word [Be!] he deposited in Mary, and a spirit from Him. Creed as, in Allah and His Messengers. Do not say that is a trinity, Cease, for it is better for you. Verily, Allah is the only god. Glorified be! It is unacceptable to have a child. To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and the earth. Allah is sufficient as protector. The Messiah would not despise being a servant of Allah. [Koran 4:171-172]

And they say: The Clemente had a son. By the way they have said something terrible; the heavens were about to it cleaves, Earth opened, and mountains to fall collapsed, because He attributed a son Clemente. Not own [the grandeur] of having a child Clemente. All who dwell in the heavens and the earth but comes submissive to the Clemente. [Koran 19: 88-93]

Brothers and sisters in Islam, our faith calls us to be restrained, our judgments no longer be extremist or facilistas. Therefore, our position toward Jews and Christians is based on these principles, No disrespect for what we believe, or think we have the right to finish them and stay with everything they have, but at the same time we must be clear about his belief that Allah is not established and revealed to the Prophets that they claim to follow.
Believing in Muhammad means to believe in all the Prophets and Messengers of Allah before him, peace and blessings of Allah be upon them all, including Jesus.
Ask blessings on the Prophet Muhammad, as God is the order:

Surely Allah and His angels bless the Prophet. ¡Oh, Believers! Ask blessings and peace for him.} [Koran 33:56]

¡Oh Allah! I take refuge in You from detour or be misused, of wrong or I rush into error, to oppress and be oppressed, of being ignorant or are ignorant me.
¡Oh Allah! You are the Sovereign, there is no god but You. You are my Lord and I am Your servant. I have wronged my soul, acknowledge my sins, forgives all my sins and my sins, because no one forgives sins but You. Lead me to the best manners, anyone guide them but You. Take away from me the evil deeds, away not one but Thee.
¡Oh Allah! Forgive the sins I committed much as I stopped doing, and those who committed secretly and publicly, and what is wasted, as well as those things that Thou knowest me.

Sheikh Isa Rojas

Confía en Allah sermón o jutba

Trust in Allah sermon, or khutba

Trust in Allah sermon, or khutba

 

First part of the khutba, or sermon

Praise be to Allah, Who fills blessings to His servants and away from them many misfortunes for His mercy. We praise as befits the majesty of His face and grandeur of His might. I testify that there is no god except Allah, Sole, without associated. His promises are unchangeable, When He decides on something nobody can prevent, and He is swift in reckoning. Praise be to Allah who has taught us how to succeed and how to have patience with failures, praise be to Allah, to whom we entrust our affairs. I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger; the leader of the believers, the example of the righteous and the best educators. ¡God! Bless Muhammad, family, his companions and all those who follow his guidance until the Day of Judgment.

Muslims! The search of livelihood is part of the nature of all living. During the day, even at night, employers, traders, farmers, professionals, and administrative employees of any company engaged in different jobs, looking for ways to get what they need to sustain themselves and their families. This, of course, okay; the problem arises when the person, in an effort to cover the costs of your family, media does not care who uses or continues to achieve its goal, why are people who cheats and lies for the purpose.

Find what you need to survive is usually difficult, and the desire for wealth can become the person prey to bad people, who can lead her down the path of Haram or humiliation. Islam strongly prohibits dishonest living forms or make the individual to humiliate or be humiliated; about, said the Prophet Muhammad, Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him "That the fact of not having what you want or need not go to indulging in disobedience of Allah, because nobody gets the favor of Allah but by His obedience ".

In view of poverty which the majority of people today and the economic crisis we are going to the richest, it is good to ask ourselves: What we do?, How to get out of poverty and get rid of the problems generated by irresponsibility in managing the world economy?, Could it be that the end justifies the means, i.e., no matter if we steal, deceive and work with bank interest and usury? The answer to these questions lies in what Omar Ibn Al Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, we reported; said: "I heard the Messenger of Allah say: 'If you will be entrusted to Allah really provide as it does with birds, they leave their nests and return satisfied hungry and food '". Ibn Mas'ud, may Allah be pleased with him, said: "One of the signs of a lack of trust in Allah and certainty that it is He who provides all creation, is that the person seek their livelihood in disobedience and displeasure of Allah. Allah, in his infinite wisdom and justice, has decreed that the peace and the solution of the problems is the result of trust, certainty and acceptance, and that concern and sadness are the result of the doubt ".

Dear Brothers, Allah, Praise, ordered all His servants who are entrusted to him in all his affairs, said:

Allah knows the unseen of the heavens and Earth, and to Him return all matters [and I will judge for them]. Adore it, and entrust yourselves to Him; and know that your Lord is well aware of what you do. [Koran 11:123]

Commend the Living Immortal, and glorifícalo. He is Aware of the sins of His slaves.[Koran 25:58]

Commend the Mighty, Merciful. [Koran 26:217]

Entrusted to Allah means to trust Him completely and utterly, for there is nothing that can benefit anyone other than Allah, because his is all good and kindness; so, the believer is completely surrender to the will of his Lord, because he trusts in Him, which generates feelings of tranquility, compliance and willingness to strive for their purposes regardless of the difficulties encountered. Ibn Al Qayyim, May Allah have mercy, said: "Entrusted to Allah is half of faith. Allah established a great reward for people who surrender to His will, as we clear the Prophet Muhammad, will-lal-Lahu 'alaihi wa will lamb, in the Hadith in which he mentions that one of the characteristics of the seventy thousand people will not be judged on the Day of Judgement and come straight to Paradise, It is entrusted to Allah. And in the hadith transmitted by Omar Ibn Al Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, told the Messenger of Allah: 'If you will be entrusted to Allah really, He would provide as it does with birds, they leave their nests and return satisfied hungry and food '".

Therefore, Wrong thinking, believe or assert that it is not necessary to work to get what is destined us, as those who say there is no need to strive for wealth, since, provided that if Allah were rich, goods reach them alone; and if they were destined poor, otherwise it would be a waste of time and effort looking tired wealth. This attitude is contrary to the basic principles and the Islamic faith, because as it says in the Hadith Prophet Muhammad birds, every Muslim should strive and follow lawful means to achieve their livelihood, because he mentioned that birds leave their nests in search of livelihood, ie strive. In the hadith in question are two basic points that every Muslim must take into account in their belief:

Trusting in Allah.

Work and strive.

Some of the virtuous believers said that those who accept the will of Allah in all matters, all these shall be provided and roads to good multiply. For the believer candidate obtains the necessary conditions for their trust in Allah is true and consistent, should have a basic knowledge of the principles of Tawheed (belief in the absolute oneness of Allah).

We see that there are strange people who know they need Allah, having limits, that Allah is just in its decisions and that all matters are dependent on his will, and still are not able to recognize that must be submitted to the plan of Allah and His Wisdom, trust Him and seek His aid.

I ask God's forgiveness for our sins- Do it you too.

sermones islámicos

Trust in Allah Semón

Second part of the khutba, or sermon

Muslims! It is an obligation that the believer strives, Follow all precautions and means, knowing that this is only part of the way in which the objectives are achieved in life, it must not forget that without the consent of Allah is not possible to achieve something, however minimal it. This was the path traced by the most dedicated person assigned to Allah, Who other than the Messenger of Allah, will-lal-Lahu 'alaihi wa will lamb?, and it was he who followed his Sahabah (disciples), and all the Salaf (righteous predecessors in Islam). Al-Hasan Al-Basri, May Allah have mercy, said: "The entrusted to Allah does not contradict the fact act and strive for what is needed, Allah says, Highest either:

¡Oh, Believers! Be cautious.} [Koran 4:71], and: {And do all in your power to make ready forces. [Koran 8:60]".

Islam teaches its followers into believing in Tawheed, reaffirms in true faith and strengthen their trust in Allah; thus removes them from falling into fantasy, doubt and false. You Also, prohibits believe in divination, superstition and luck omens, and go where wizards, wizards and witches, who claim to know the future. This Islamic education, and prohibitions about, are aimed to rid the individual, family and the whole society of evil causing believe in falsehood and fantasy, making the person only believes in Allah and that all matters solely dependent on his will. Allah says:

Of: Possess no power to benefit or hurt to myself, except what Allah wills. If I had knowledge of the unseen, then have abundant goods and would have not reached any bad. I am only a warner and bringer of glad tidings to those who believe [my prophecy], [Koran 7:188]

If Allah touches you with harm, none but He can remove it. And if you holds a well, no one can prevent you reach His favor. Grants His grace to whom He wills of His servants. He is Oft, Merciful [Koran 10:107],

Of: None in the heavens and the earth knows the unseen, except Allah. And do not know when they will be resurrected. [Koran 27:65]

Brothers in faith, Allah, Glory and Praise, He has blessed us greatly with this religion, which takes us away from any thought or misconception and ignorance, through its clear and firm belief and immutable laws. Pitifully, some of our brothers and sisters are carried away by customs completely nullify the basic principles of belief in Islam, may Allah guide them, to the point that many of them have forgotten their Lord and put their hope and trust in people, objects, astros, colors, numbers, talismans, etc., who do not have the minimum power to benefit someone. Such is the deviation of these people, Some do not leave the house, not make a decision or do not fulfill their obligations towards others, until I read the horoscope or consult your personal soothsayer. Others, meanwhile, are steeped in superstition, afraid to see animals like owls and black cats, or get sick when one day arrives 13 on Tuesday or there is an eclipse, and all sorts of silly ideas and baseless.

Islam came to liberate the human from all that take you to be ignorant and away from Allah, teaching that there is none worthy of worship but Allah and, as we know, worship not only means praying or fasting, then we must also submit to His will and trust solely in Him.

Allah says: And if you ask them [¡Oh, Muhammad! to them idolatrous:] Who created the heavens and the Earth? We will respond: ¡God! Tell: Do you not observe that what invoke besides Allah [powerless]? If Allah wanted to spank with some damage, perhaps they [your idols] I get rid of him? Or if you wanted to cover me with His mercy, they could prevent? Tell [¡Oh, Muhammad!]: I only have to Allah. Those who truly trust in Allah that are entrusted to Him. [Koran 39:38]

Ask blessings on the Prophet Muhammad, as God commands:

Surely Allah and His angels bless the Prophet. ¡Oh, Believers! Pray for him blessings and peace. [Koran 33:56]

¡Oh Allah! I take refuge in You from detour or be misused, of wrong or I rush into error, to oppress and be oppressed, of being ignorant or are ignorant me.

¡Oh Allah! You are the Sovereign, there is no god but You. You are my Lord and I am your servant. I have wronged my soul, acknowledge my sins, forgives all my sins, and my faults because no one forgives sins but You. Lead me to the best manners, does not guide them but You. Take away from me the evil deeds, not away but You.

¡Oh Allah! Forgive the sins I committed much as I stopped doing, and those who committed secretly and publicly, and what is wasted, as well as those things that Thou knowest me.

Sheikh Muhammad Isa Garcia

Contribuciones Musulmanas a la civilización Universal

Muslim Contributions to Universal Civilization

 

Muslim Contributions to Universal Civilization

Credits

Edition:
M. Basher Ahmad
A. Ahsani
A. Siddiqui
Translation: Lic. Isa Garcia
Edition: Moámm Derman

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Contribución musulmana

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The primary goal of this volume is to give readers a brief introduction to the intellectual history of Muslims and their contributions to world civilization. Civilization itself was developed long before the nineteenth century, and since time immemorial, many people have woven their course, each making unique contributions. This book highlights the contributions Muslim scholars made in various fields of human art, including science, technology, philosophy, political and social sciences, since 700 to 1500 d.C. These developments constitute a firm foundation for progress in the Middle East, North Africa and Spain, eventually resulting in Renaissance Europe during the middle of the second millennium and later. The preservation of civilization needs a fairer understanding, exchange and recognition of our common human heritage.

La sencillez de la religión islámica

The simplicity of Islam

The simplicity of Islam

Creditor

Author: Muhammad ibn Salih al-Uzair's

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Islam en español

Islam is life

Oh Muslims! It's part of Satan's enmity paint them the worst and most horrific image of Islam so that drifting away. Les portrays Islam as something that deprives freedom, oppresses people, impedes progress and enjoy; this is how we portray our religion satan, not to follow her and turn away from it. Hence the rational person, when he reflects on this religion fairly and with knowledge, he realizes that Islam is innocent of these charges and is contrary to all these features, since it is the religion of true freedom balanced, ease, simplicity, development and happiness.

Islam is based on five pillars: Attest that nothing and no one with the right to be worshiped except Allah and that Muhammad is His Messenger, establish prayer, pay the Zakat (compulsory social contribution to the needy), Ramadan fasting and pilgrimage to the holy shrine of Mecca. And these five principles are very simple and easy, they all aim to refine our manners, purify our hearts and correct the various situations that arise in the lives of people.

Witnessing to not worship none but Allah involves releasing the heart of any type of worship to be created, thus restricting only Allah, Lord of the Universe, One who favored you with the existence and livelihood. You are a servant for Him, but for others you are a free person, and is a great folly rid of worshiping Allah and become the slave of the passions or any being created. The witness that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah implies freedom from blind someone monitor and restrict only the Messenger of the Lord of the Universe, that to which he was commanded to convey the message and we was ordered to follow; and the Day of Judgment will be asked if he conveyed the message to us and asked us if we follow:

Certainly interrogate the Messengers and the peoples where they were sent.

Quran 7:6