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Une brève note sur le jeûne

Une brève note sur le jeûne

De : Sheikh Mohammad bin Saleh Al-Othaimeen

Le jeûne : est un mode de culte par l’abstention de choses, qui l’annulent, de l’aube au coucher du soleil.

A Brief Note on Fasting

A Brief Note on Fasting

By: Sheikh Mohammad bin Saleh Al-Othaimeen

Fasting: is a form of worship by abstaining from things, which nullify it, from dawn till sunset.

Combating Terrorism

Combating Terrorism

By:

Dr. Ali S. Awadh Asseri

(Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon)

ISLAMIC TRADITION OF PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE

The Muslim Handbook

The Muslim Handbook

By: Dr. Mubarak Ali

RECOMMENDED DU'A (SUPPLICATIONS)

30. Du’a for Relief from Hardships

a) Transliteration:

Rabbanaa laa tuaakhiznaa in-nasinaa aw akhta’naa, rabbanaa wa laa tahmil ‘alainaa isran kamaa hamaltahu ‘alal-lazina min qablinaa, rabbanaa wa laa tuhamilnaa maa laa ta qata lanaa bih, wa ‘fu annaa wagh firlanaa war hamnaa anta maulaanaa fansurnaa ‘alaa qawmil kaafirin.

Translation:

Questions and Answers on Islamic Doctrine

Questions and Answers on Islamic Doctrine

Chapter 2: Belief in Prophets and Missions

Question 17: How can you prove that Jesus Christ was not crucified?

Answer 17: This question can be answered from different angles:

Combating Terrorism

Combating Terrorism

By:

Dr. Ali S. Awadh Asseri

(Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon)

THE REAL MEANING OF JIHAD

The Muslim Handbook

The Muslim Handbook

By: Dr. Mubarak Ali

RECOMMENDED DU'A (SUPPLICATIONS)

28. Du’a of the Afflicted

a) Transliteration:

     Anni mas-saniyad-dur-ru wa anta arhamur-raahimin.(Surah Al-Anbiya, 21:83)

Translation:

Lord, I have been afflicted with distress and You are the Most Merciful of those who show mercy.

29. Du’a when Overpowered

a) Transliteration:

Questions and Answers on Islamic Doctrine

Questions and Answers on Islamic Doctrine

Chapter 2: Belief in Prophets and Missions

Question 15: Why should Muhammad (pbuh) be considered the last Prophet while Jesus Christ will reappear?

Combating Terrorism

Combating Terrorism

By:

Dr. Ali S. Awadh Asseri

(Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon)

     In the perspective of Islamic Shariah, terrorism is a crime against humanity and warrants capital punishment. Spreading terror by way of random killing, injuring people, sabotaging public and private property and doing mischief in the land is a crime. The holy Qur’an says:

The Muslim Handbook

The Muslim Handbook

By: Dr. Mubarak Ali

RECOMMENDED DU'A (SUPPLICATIONS)

26. Du’a of the Wrongfully Accused

a) Transliteration:

Wasi-a’ rabbunaa kul-la shai-in ‘ilman. ‘Alal-lahi tawa kalnaa rabbanaf tah bainanaa wa baina qawminaa bil haqqi, wa anta khairul faatihin. (Surah Al-A’raf, 7:89)

Translation: