Sunni Islam & Holy Prophet

Sunni Islam (or ) is the largest branch of Islam and are referred to in Arabic as ʾAhlu-s-Sunnati wa-l-Jamāʿah , people of the tradition of Muhammad and the consensus of the Ummah or ʾAhlu-s-Sunnah . 0.0/5

Sunni Islam Holy Prophet

This makes one wonders why the pilgrim to the Saudia has not vanished like the pilgrim to the Holy Palestinian Lands. Of course , we do not see Muslims flocking to the al Aqsa or to the al Sakhra to visit the Mi’raj of their Rasul where the Holy Prophet has ascended to the sky ,they do not go to al Kuds because it is considered to be under occupation , under Zionist occupation and usurped by Zionist Jews. They have been lately invited to do so for normalization purposes but this has not been done except by the king of Jordan . Why Mekka is not considered to be under occupation and usurped I don’t know even if those who occupy it dress like Arabs and celebrate al Adha and perform Hajj, and what is the difference between a Zionist Jew and a Muslim Zionist I don’t exactly know . The practices of the Saudi royal family cannot –under any circumstance – be labeled as Muslim they are closer to the practices of the Israelis . Let’s look at the Saudi latest record : from the blasts that are tearing awa ...
From the advent of the revelation, Bani Umayyah had fought to destroy Islam. "Also the cursed tree [mentioned] in the Quran: We put terror into them, but it only increases their inordinate transgression." (17:60) Sunni and Shi'a commentators agree that this "cursed tree" is none other than Bani Umayyah. [4] Knowing their evil traits, the Holy Prophet had(saawaws) repeatedly cursed them,[5] especially Abu Sufyan.[6] Generation after generation, they perpetuated their hatred of the religion -- and their attempts to overhwelm it. Initially, in Makkah and Madinah, Abu Sufyan and Mu'awiyah had brought severe torment to the Muslims. Their attacks led the Sunni historian Ibn 'Abd al-Birr to declare: "Abu Sufyan was a refuge for all the hypocrites who were against the Muslims after he embraced Islam. And what is correct is that he did not embrace Islam, but he surrendered unwillingly to the Muslims."[7] Even fourteen years after his conversion, Abu Sufyan kicked the grave of the martyred uncle of the P ...
1st Salah of 2013 The Fajr prayer ("dawn prayer") is the first of the five daily prayers offered by practising Muslims. (Fajr means dawn in the Arabic language.) The five daily prayers collectively form one pillar of the Five Pillars of Islam, in Sunni Islam, and one of the ten Practices of the Religion (Furū al-Dīn) according to Shia Islam. The Fajr prayer is mentioned by name in the Qur'an at sura 24 (An-Nur) ayah. Inspired by the tafsir of the two hadiths that were transmitted on behalf of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, the worth of the Fajr daily prayer is explained as being God's most-favoured prayer since others are asleep. This has made the Fajr daily prayer the most essential and obligatory congregational prayer to be held by Muslims together in groups in mosques. Fajr prayer requires two fard rakaʿāt. In a congregation, the leader of the prayer (imam) recites aloud. However, two sunnah rakaʿāt are highly recommended prior to the two Fard rakaʿāt. The time period within which the Fajr daily ...
Abu Hurairah? First of all, commiserations to Shias and Muslims across the world as we commemorated the Chelum of Imam Hussain (a.s.) this week. Every year we remember his sacrifice that saved Islam in its entirety, forget Shia Islam, all of Islam was under the threat of annihilation. Us Shias are continuously attacked for this commiseration, only two days ago, bomb blasts killed several Shia pilgrims in Kerbala and in Pakistan, suicide blasts targetted Shia processions in Lahore and Karachi, injuring and killing over 50 people. Everytime I hear such news I feel dejected and depressed. We are mourning the brutal killing of the grandson of the Holy Prophet and his companions and instead of joining in the mourning, Shias are killed instead. I pray for the day when Shias can remember the sacrifice of Imam Hussain (a.s.) in peace across the world and especially in so-called Muslim countries such as Iraq, Syria and Pakistan. The tragedy at Kerbala saw the brutal killings of Imam Hussain (a.s.) and his 72 compa ...
Myths about the Holy Prophet - Part 1: "Epileptic plagiarist!" Following on from my last post about the misconceptions of women in Islam, I wanted to discuss yet another controversial subject that is used to criticise Islam and Muslims across the world. Our Holy Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W.), has become an unnecessarily controversial figure of attack from non-Muslims and those with an Islamaphobic agenda. The allegations, misconceptions and myths surrounding our Holy Prophet are the most painful, hurtful, outrageous and offensive. From the famous 14th century poem, Dante's Inferno by an Italian poet, which placed the Holy Prophet in *** to Salman Rushdie's infamous "Satanic Verses" which portrayed the Holy Prophet as a dishonest and immoral man. The Danish cartoons in 2006 which depicted him as a lustful suicide bomber, Western literature and culture and of course, a media infected by Islamaphobia has been intent on trying to demonise and dismiss our Holy Prophet. Non-Muslims fail to understand our attachmen ...
Umar & Abu Bakar's plot to kill Imam Ali (a.s.) When Fadak was forcefully usurped from Fatemah Zahra (s.a.) by the first oppressor Abu Bakr, the infallible daughter of Holy Prophet (s.a.) ordered that curtains should be put up inside the mosque. Following which, Janabe Zahra (s.a.) entered the mosque and gave an articulate and coherent sermon. First, she (a.s.) averred the Oneness of Allah the Almighty then she spoke about Islam and its laws after which she (s.a.) started to converse on the issue of Fadak. She (s.a.) said: “Every one is fully aware that Fadak was gifted to me by my respected father (s.a.w.a.) and it was under my possession. Therefore, on what premises has the government confiscated it?” After her speech, Abu Bakr retorted, “We want you prove to us by producing witnesses that what you claim [that Fadak was gifted to you by The Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.a.)]” Ironically, in the light of Islamic laws, it is Abu Bakr who should have put forward evidence for claiming Fadak from Fatemah ...
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