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  1. Settlers in Al-Masid Al-Aqsa While the Occupation continues to suppress Palestinians at Al-Aqsa Mosque, settlers now insist on performing assaults and provocative prayers there as part of their continuous efforts to Judaize and control Al-Aqsa.
  2. 5 Palestinians killed in last 24 hours Five Palestinians were killed by Israeli occupation forces during military raids in Jenin and northwest Jerusalem, today. These men had loved ones and families. Zakariya was a father of two young boys. Osama was set to celebrate his wedding next month. Ahmed’s own brother was martyred 23 years ago. At Al-Aqsa Settlers try to storm the Al-Aqsa Mosque while they hang posters on their clothes with the occupation flag and the phrase “The Temple Mount is in our hands!” The Temple Mount is the Zio.nist name for the site of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
  3. The child Sufian Al-Natsheh talks to Al-Jazeera about his barbaric arrest by the occupation soldiers in the city of Hebron. Dawn (@dawntjeshannon) • Instagram photos and videos Quick translation provided by @dawntjeshannon: The boy is saying he's 10 years old and that he was arrested by 7 police officers for throwing stones. They beat him while arresting him, and one punch to the stomach made him lose control of his bladder. They held him for 3 hours in interrogation, his mother didn't know where he was or what had happened for hours...
  4. One should recite the following dua when overcome by fear أَعُوذُ بِكَلِمَاتِ اللَّهِ التَّامَّةِ، مِنْ غَضَبِهِ وَشَرِّ عِبَادِهِ، وَمِنْ هَمَزَاتِ الشَّيَاطِينِ وَأَنْ يَحْضُرُون I seek protection through the complete words of Allah Ta’ala from His anger, the evil of His servants, the whispers of the Shayateen and of their presence. عن عمرو بن شعيب، عن أبيه، عن جده، أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم كان يعلمهم من الفزع كلمات: أعوذ بكلمات الله التامة، من غضبه وشر عباده، ومن همزات الشياطين وأن يحضرون (سنن أبي داود، الرقم: 3893) Hazrat Abdullah bin Amr (radhiyallahu ‘anhuma) reports that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) would teach the Sahaabah (radhiyallahu ‘anhum) to recite the following dua when experiencing fear: أَعُوذُ بِكَلِمَاتِ اللَّهِ التَّامَّةِ، مِنْ غَضَبِهِ وَشَرِّ عِبَادِهِ، وَمِنْ هَمَزَاتِ الشَّيَاطِينِ وَأَنْ يَحْضُرُون ihyaauddeen..co.za
  5. Harrowing Child Arrest An 11 year old child being surrounded and attacked by 3-4 fully armed Isra-helli soldiers and dragged away! The child must have been so scared he wet himself. This must have been so traumatising as the pictures were all over social media however it had to be shown to the world. If it had been anywhere in the world it would have been on the news but toal, absolute silence from mainstream media!
  6. The Palestine Narrative changing through the El-Kurd twins Palestinian rights activists Muna and Mohammed El-Kurd, whose family faces forced displacement from their home in the occupied East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah, have been named to TIME magazine’s annual list of the 100 most-influential people in the world. The twins, aged 23, earlier this year became the faces of a global campaign to halt Israeli efforts to forcibly displace Palestinians from Sheikh Jarrah to make way for Jewish settlers. sraeli forces detained and questioned the siblings for several hours over their activism in June. “Through online posts and media appearances, sibling activists Mohammed and Muna El-Kurd provided the world with a window into living under occupation in East Jerusalem this spring – helping to prompt an international shift in rhetoric in regard to Israel and Palestine,” the magazine wrote about the siblings. In a statement on Twitter on Wednesday, Mohammad El-Kurd said that although being named to the list was a “positive” development, symbolism is not enough to truly support the Palestinian cause. Al-Jazreera
  7. The Status of Women in Light of the Sīrah By Shaykhul-Hadīth, Hadrat Mawlānā Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullāh The life of Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam is an open book inviting every human being to study and benefit from it. His every word calls towards guidance, moderation and justice; his behaviour and the way he interacted with people provides an easy to imitate blueprint for a wholesome and happy social life. No segment of society has been ignored and the rights and duties of each have been demonstrated. The status and honour Allāh ta‘ālā has given to women, an often misunderstood subject, is one such area that is immediately clarified when the life of Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam is studied. Throughout her life, a woman has a number of roles, one of which is within the family circle. By taking the examples of daughter, sister, wife and mother, we can learn from the practice and teachings of our Beloved Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam, how the female servants of Allāh ta‘ālā should conduct themselves. The Daughter First and foremost, a woman is a daughter. Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam treated his daughters with respect and love. The books of Sīrah note how, when returning from journeys, Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam would first stop at the masjid and then, before going to his abode, he would visit his daughter Sayyidah Fātimah radhiyallāhu ‘anhā. Before the Battle of Badr, his daughter Sayyidah Ruqayyah radhiyallāhu ‘anhā was very ill. His concern for her prompted him to order his son-in-law, Sayyidunā ‘Uthmān ibn ‘Affān radhiyallāhu ‘anhu, to stay behind in Madīnah and care for her. Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam gave glad tidings of his companionship and proximity in Paradise to the one who nurtured two daughters to maturity. The teachings of Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam led to an environment being created wherein people longed to have daughters they could love and cherish, banishing the old custom of burying new-born girls alive out of shame. The Sister Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam did not have a biological sister. However, once when a group from the Banū Sa‘d came to Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam, a woman came forward and declared that she was the sister of Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam. It was Sayyidah Shaymā radhiyallāhu ‘anhā, the daughter of the wet-nurse of Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam, Sayyidah Halīmah radhiyallāhu ‘anhā, and his childhood companion. Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam received his foster sister with the utmost honour; he removed his cloak and spread it on the floor for her to sit on whilst tears rolled down his cheeks and he humbly suggested to her that if she wished to remain with him, she would be treated with honour and love. And if she desired to return to her people he would still look after her. She chose to return but accepted Islām. When she returned, Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam gifted her three servants, a maid, some cattle and some goats. The Wife As a wife, a woman’s esteem increases even further. She now has the status of friend, associate, comforter and adviser to her husband. The occasion of receiving the first revelation through the angel Sayyidunā Jibra’īl ‘alayhis salām was a very testing time for Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam. Despite having the option of going to his lifelong friend Sayyidunā Abū Bakr radhiyallāhu ‘anhu, his uncle (Abū Tālib) or other elders of the tribe, Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam sought the company of his wife Sayyidah Khadījah radhiyallāhu ‘anhā. She in turn did not fail him and proved to be a source of immense support and comfort. Similarly, after the Truce of Hudaybiyyah was struck and the Muslims had to return to Madīnah Munawwarah without performing ‘umrah, it was the wife of Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam, Sayyidah Ummu Salamah radhiyallāhu ‘anhā, whose advice and counsel helped to diffuse a difficult situation. Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam would spend quality time with his wives, talk with them and narrate stories. He taught the believers: The best of you are the ones who are best to their wives. (At- Tirmidhī) The Mother Motherhood brings with it even more respect and honour. Although Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam was an orphan, his teachings regarding the status and rights of the mother are explicit. Paradise lies under the feet of mothers. One’s success in the Hereafter is conditional upon honouring and fulfilling the rights of one’s mother. A person once asked Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam, ‘Who out of all the people is most deserving of my kindness and companionship?’ He (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) replied, ‘Your mother.’ ‘Then who?’ asked the man. ‘Your mother,’ he (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) replied. ‘Then who?’ asked the man. ‘Your mother,’ he (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) replied. ‘Then who?’ asked the man. ‘Your father,’ he (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) replied. (Al- Bukhārī) These examples go some way to demonstrate the respect which Islām grants to women and also serve to expose the falsehood of allegations that Islām despises women or treats them as inferior. Men and women are equal before Allāh ta‘ālā; both have rights and responsibilities and both must be treated with honour and respect. Taken from 'Inspirations' (Volume 1) published by Islāmic Da'wah Academy © Islāmic Da'wah Academy • Please forward this message on to all your contacts • Unsubscribe Remove your address from our mailing list. 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  8. How Divorce works in Islām? Master the Basics Join for an interactive FREE webinar exploring how divorce works in Islam. About the Webinar Although divorce is the most detestable of Halāl things in Islām, ithas been permitted for a reason. It should be the final resort and when that time comes, Islām prescribes specific guidelines as to how man should divorce. If Islām has vested the authority of divorce in the man, he is responsible of issuing it in the right way. Majority of the problems in divorce matters lies in not properly understanding the Islamic system of divorce. Very few webinars you will find in addressing this issue. This unique webinar seeks to address the following important question. What steps should I take before resorting to divorce? Does divorce take place in anger? Does divorce count if my husband was angry, influenced under black magic or depressed? Are three divorces equal to one or three? Does divorce in the British Court equate to an Islamic divorce? Are they the same or different? Is it Haram for the wife to ask for a divorce? On what grounds can a wife demand a divorce? And much more…… Join us in this exclusive webinar to explore the above through Islamic and practical guidelines with real life case studies. What will you learn from this webinar? Mastered the basics of the Islamic system of divorce Know how to apply the basic principle into your personal circumstance. Know the answers to the most commonly asked questions about divorce What legitimate grounds modern Sharī῾ah Councils dissolve a marriage. Topics covered The basic steps to resolving tension before divorce How Divorce works in Islām in light of the Quran, Sunnah and interpreted by the classical legal schools. Different types of divorce in Islām. Addressing the most common questions about divorce. Exploring the controversy of three divorces. Occasions when the wife can Islamically ask for a divorce. Divorce in the Court Rulings pertaining to after divorce Date: Sunday 3rd October 2021 Time: 12pm-3pm (3 hours) Lecturer: Mufti Abdul Waheed Register here
  9. Is this good, I mean having a shia minister in the future?
  10. ‘Spoon of Freedom’ Escape tool of 6 Palestinians becomes symbol of resistance AMMAN — Palestinians have always had different symbols to represent their freedom; a spoon is the newest sign that has captured artists’ and social media users’ attentions. After the six Palestinians tunnelled out of the high-security Gilboa Prison, reportedly using a spoon, a large number of social media users, influencers and artists have been focusing on the simple tool used in the movie-like escape. The six fugitives included Zakaria Zubeidi, Mahmoud Ardah, Mohammad Ardah, Yacoub Qadri, Ayham Kamamji and Munadel Nfeiat. A Palestinian-Jordanian virtual artist Beesan Arafat, who describes herself as an artist with “sharp edges”, created a piece of art depicting the spoon the six Palestinians used to extricate themselves from the Israeli prison. “The men evaded 40 prison guards, three watchtowers, two walls, two barbed-wire fences and a pack of sniffer dogs to get to their freedom,” Arafat wrote on her Instagram post. “They used a rusty spoon to escape one of the most secure jails in the country,” she added. The Jordanian illustrator and graphic designer Abeer Anabtawi shared a post of a watermelon and spoon, which are currently symbols of Palestinian resistance that have gone viral on social media platforms. “The spoon has become an icon. With a spoon, the six Palestinians obtained their freedom,” wrote Palestinian activist and photographer Abdalafo Bassam on his Instagram post. Also, Twitter user “@M7rusa” wrote: “Raise the spoon for freedom; raise your spoon for the Palestinian prisoners and Palestine”. Samar Khalil, a Palestinian-Jordanian living in Amman, told The Jordan Times on Sunday: “Although four of the six prisoners were recaptured, the Palestinian resistance will continue and from now on, the spoon will illuminate the untold stories of Palestinians”. The four prisoners who were recaptured are: Zakaria Zubeidi, Mahmoud Ardah, Mohammad Arda and Yacoub Qadiri. The Jordan Times
  11. From Afghan women regarding Afghan women VID_150010127_044805_681.mp4 VID_150010715_052943_075.mp4 VID_150010827_104245_366.mp4
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