The letter has been written by a sister who preferred to remain anonymous. Sharing her experiences of wearing hijăb and the delight it brought, she has sought to encourage other sisters to do the same.
We hope that this letter will become instrumental in bringing about the desired change in the lives of our mothers and sisters.
My dear sister-in-Islăm,
Assalămu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakătuh.
I would like to share with you my experiences of putting
Updated 20-03-2012 at 09:05 PM by ummitaalib
A lot of youth often dont know who to seek advice from, they end up going to 10 different people, often who are unaware of the persons spiritual and worldly condition, and they get 10 different ideas which then are damaging to them.
If they had one person to go to, who had a good grasp on religious knowledge, foresight, and an idea on worldly affairs, and got advice from such a person then they would get good advices specifically for the betterment of their personal religious and
“Make a resolution of abstaining from all Dhulm (oppression) because Dhulm leads to darkness in the Hereafter (and according to another opinion, it leads to hardships in the Hereafter)”
What is Dhulm?
Shaykh Muhammad Salem Dhorat (Hafizahullaah) explained during the 19th Annual Youth Conference that according to the the Scholars there are three categories of Dhulm the highest stage of it being that of Shirk (Idolatry), Kufr (Disbelief) and Nifaaq (Hypocricy). The second category
Often we hear youth complain that their parents just don't understand them. The question we as Muslim youth need to ask ourselves is do we understand our parents?
So let the competitors compete for the Hereafter!
Oh Slaves of Allah! Let us compete and rush towards the forgiveness of Allah and Paradise which is as wide as the heavens and Earth for we must not slacken in doing so lest we are taken all of a sudden by death.
The Prophet (Sallallahu `alaihi wasallam) said: “Being laid-back is best in every matter except for good deeds" (Abu Daawood & Al-Haakim).
So let us not compete for who