the new Muslim in Philippines

Si Abdullah at ng Asawa niyang si Najmah nakatera sa lite philippines sila ay mga bagong Muslim, si Abdullah ay nag Muslim noong Ramadhan 2009, sa pinaka maganda at mabiyayang gabiniya tinanggap ang Islam sa huling 10 araw sa Ramadhan na doon inaabangan ang Lailatul Qadr,oras ng Suhur sa madaling araw bagu sumapit ang dasal ng Fajr,Nag shahada siya sa pamamagitan ng webcam internet sa kamay nga isang daiya sa kuwait at si abdullah ay nasa pilipinas sa oras nayon tanggapin niya ang islam, napag isipan niya mag hanap ng maging asawa isang taon nakalipas ang pag tanggap niya sa Islam at sa tulong ng Allah ay naka tagpo siya ng magiging asawaniya at ini alok ang Islam at tinanggap niya at sa kasalokuyan ay lahat sila Muslim alhamdulillah, ito si Abdullah at ng kanyang asawa na nagbabasa ng mga kaalaman tongkol sa Islam katatanggap nila sa mga Books na galing sa Kuwait sa tolong ng IPC ay isa sa mga programa nila ay mag padala sa mga babasahin sa ibat ibang bansa.

فضل قراءة القرآن


أخرج الترمذي وحسنه عن أبي سعيد الخدري قال :قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم :
يقول الرب عز وجل : ( من شغله القرآن وذكري عن مسألتي؛ أعطيته أفضل ما أعطي السائلين. وفضل كلام الله على سائر الكلام كفضل الله على خلقه )
وأخرج مسلم عن أبي أمامة رضي الله عنه قال :قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم لحامل القرآن دعوة مستجابة)

فضل صيام يوم عاشوراء

 

فضل صيام يوم عاشوراء

 

تعريفه

هو اليوم العاشر من شهر محرم من كل عام

 

مناسبة الصيام

شكر لله تعالى على أن نجى موسى عليه السلام وقومه من فرعون

وقومه في اليوم العاشر من محرم 

 

فضله

عن أبي قتادة رضي الله عنه قال : سُئل النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم عن صيام يوم عاشوراء ، فقال : إني أحتسب على الله أن يكفر السنة التي قبله .  رواه مسلم

 

مراتب صيام يوم عاشوراء

أكملها : أن يُصام قبله يوم وبعده يوم

ويلي ذلك : أن يصام التاسع والعاشر

ويلي ذلك : إفراد العاشر وحده بالصوم

 

فوائد حول هذه المناسبة

       يستحب صيامه اقتداءً بالنبي عليه الصلاة والسلام .

       هذا اليوم صامه النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم وصامه الصحابة وصامه موسى عليه السلام قبل ذلك شكرا

       هذا اليوم له فضل عظيم وحرمة قديمة

       يستحب صيام يوم قبله أو يوم بعده لتتحقق مخالفة اليهود التي أمر النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم بها

       فيه بيان أن التوقيت في الأمم السابقة بالأهلة وليس بالشهور الإفرنجية لأن الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم أخبر أن اليوم العاشر من محرم هو اليوم الذي أهلك الله فيه فرعون وجنوده ونجى موسى عليه السلام وقومه ..

هذا ما ورد في السنة بخصوص هذا اليوم وما عداه مما يُفعل فيه فهو بدعة خلاف هدي النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم

Ashura The 10th of Muharram

 

The 10th of Muharram (Ashura)

The literal meaning of the Arabic word ashura means “tenth.” In Islam, Ashura refers specifically to the 10th day of the lunar month of Muharram.

Muharram is an important month to Muslims. From a religious perspective, Muharram is one of four holy months and a time when Muslims are encouraged to perform optional fasts, avoid fighting and avoid unlawful acts.

From a historical perspective, Muharram is meaningful as the month when Muslims fled persecution in Mecca and migrated to Medina. The migration – or hijra as its referred to in Arabic – provided a reference point for establishing an Islamic lunar calendar, with the first of Muharram marking the beginning of each Islamic New Year.

Ashura is significant as the day that Allah (God) saved Moses (peace be upon him) and the Israelites by parting the Red Sea and drowning Pharaoh. When the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) migrated to Medina, the Jews told him that Moses (peace be upon him) fasted in gratitude on Ashura, and Jewish practice was to fast Ashura as well.

Upon learning this, the Prophet (peace be upon him) replied, “We have more right to Moses than you,” and he commanded Muslims to fast Ashura. Later, when fasting the entire month of Ramadan became obligatory, the Ashura fast was declared optional, and Muslims were instructed to differentiate their fast from the Jews by fasting the 9th or 11th of Muharram along with the 10th.

The tradition of optional fasting on the 9th and 10th of Muharram continues among present day Muslims, who believe fasting on Ashura offers the reward of having their previous year’s sins forgiven. This is based on the hadith in which the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “For fasting the day of Ashura, I hope that Allah will accept it as expiation for the year that went before.” (Muslim)

Most scholars note that fasting should be the only way – if at all – that Muslims observe Ashura. Cultural traditions associated with Ashura – such as applying kohl to the eyes, taking a ritual bath, or giving gifts to children – are regarded as religious innovations (bid’ah), as they were not practices of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) or his companions.

But Shiite observe the 10th of Muharram for an entirely different reason – it marks the day that Hussain, son of Ali and grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), was killed as a martyr at the Battle of Karbala. Ashura is a major festival of self-reflection for Shiites, and they commemorate the tragic death of Hussain with outward displays of grief and mourning. This includes passion plays and the annual procession of Shiite men flagellating themselves with chains.

Such displays of grief, however, contradict the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who said: “He is not from our group who slaps his checks, tears his clothes and cries in the manner of the people of jahiliyyah (pre-Islamic ignorance).” (Sahih Bukhari)

Furthermore, Ashura was not declared a holiday by the Prophet (peace be upon him), who cautioned Muslims about religious innovations: “Those of you who live after my death will see many disputes. I urge you to adhere to my Sunnah (teachings and traditions) and the Sunnah of my rightly-guided successors who come after me. Hold onto it as if biting it with your eye teeth. Beware of newly-innovated matters, for every innovation is a going astray.” (Saheeh Sunan Abi Dawood)