Prisoner Of Faith

Ask me anything   || Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama'ah || Seeker of Knowledge | Bengali Origin | Melbourne | Twitter: @ash_Shawqi
Went to a lake today that I was hangin to go to for a long time. It was beautiful Tabarak Allāh. The lake was in this massive park that had Kangaroos hopping around .. 😁 Nice place to come and chillax. #Lake #LysterfieldLake #LysterfieldPark #Sun #Sky

Went to a lake today that I was hangin to go to for a long time. It was beautiful Tabarak Allāh. The lake was in this massive park that had Kangaroos hopping around .. 😁 Nice place to come and chillax. #Lake #LysterfieldLake #LysterfieldPark #Sun #Sky

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#lysterfieldpark  #lysterfieldlake  #sky  #lake  #sun 

My “trust issues” are only a result of my trust with others being damaged over experiences, which only left me disappointed and hurt. May Allah make us people of truthfulness. Don’t go too full-hearted into anything.

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True story. "O you who have believed, enter into Islam completely [and perfectly] and do not follow the footsteps of Satan. Indeed, he is to you a clear enemy." [Qur’an]

True story. 

"O you who have believed, enter into Islam completely [and perfectly] and do not follow the footsteps of Satan. Indeed, he is to you a clear enemy." [Qur’an]

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Anonymous asked: As salamu alaykum brother. Hope you are well in shaa Allah. Do you know some well known sunni scholars that says Jihad is fardh in syria right now? Shaykh fawzan says it's not allowed.


Answer:

Wa alaykumusalam dear anon. There are many scholars who conform the Jihad in Syria. Just because Sheikh Fawzan says its not allowed doesn’t mean its not allowed. One needs to take these matters of Jihad, from the Ulamaa’ of Jihad, and not those Ulamaa of the palaces who cement the throne of the Tawagheet. There are 3 well known cases by which Jihad becomes Fard ‘al ayn, and this can be found in the classical books of the scholar, such as the likes of Imam Qurtubi. 

Read this insha’Allah regarding Jihad and its divisions/rulings.
http://www.e-prism.org/images/The_Ruling_on_Jihad_and_its_Divisions_-_Yousef_Uyery.pdf

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One of the biggest mistakes one can do is come home with a rude & harsh attitude to the family, while you claim you want the best for them.

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This ask.fm is so tempting to make lol.

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"You can close your eyes to the things you do not want to see, but you cannot close your heart to the things you do not want to feel."
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The past is the past, the present is the present, so look ahead and strive for your Ākhirah (hereafter).

The past is the past, the present is the present, so look ahead and strive for your Ākhirah (hereafter).

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The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “The Last Hour has drawn near, yet people are ever becoming eager for this life and drawing away from Allah.” [Hakim]

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Time heals the pain. Know, that after hardship, there is relief. Keep your trust in Allāh, that if you are to lose something or someone that is beloved to you, by the will of Allāh, he will substitute with something better. A loss can be a gain, for your Islām and Imān, and a gain (which may appear to be appealing to the heart and eyes), may in fact be a loss. Ponder over the words of Imām Ibn Qayyim in which he said: “Patience is that the heart does not feel anger towards that which is destined and that the mouth does not complain.”

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One of the biggest mistakes one can make is getting too attached to someone who is far from Allāh. Companionship should allow you to be more firm on the Dīn, and not further away from the Dīn. Those who have Taqwa and are truly firm upon Islam will never betray you, or do you any injustice. A friendship or relationship that brings you merely a temporary happiness is not worth holding on to if it takes Paradise away from you.

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Forcing your opinion down someones throat will never do any good. The truth is distinct from the falsehood & it will always prevail.

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I’ve only ever got to meet & know one Moroccan in my life, and he is one of the best brothers I have met. Age at 40 but his heart at 20. Beautiful people masha’Allah.

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