The main point what we all should see, this includes muslims, sikhs, hindus, christians, buddhists, and all the religions, is that we all are one, and our main goal in this lifetime is to do good deeds, raise voice against injustice, and do justice for people who don't get justice. Respect each other's beliefs. In my area I seen some muslims attend Gurdwaras and when I see Sikhs and Muslims together lost in one-ness of God, seeing them is like seeing Jannat Heaven since it's peaceful and their voice of praying whether it be Guru Granth Sahib ji or Quran it reaches to that Al-mighty
Waheguru Ji Da Khalsa Waheguru Ji De Fateh.
There is a controversy about the age of Aisha, at the time of her marriage. Most likely, that she was younger than ten years at that time. But the actual wedding did not take place until the second year after the hijrah (the migration to Madina), when she was about fourteen or fifteen years old. After her marriage she did not seem at all overawed by the idea of being wedded to the “Messenger of God”, whom all his companions, including her father, treated with such love and reverence as they gave to no one else.
Aisha lived almost fifty years after the passing away of the Prophet. She had been his wife for a decade. Much of this time was spent in learning and acquiring knowledge of the two most important sources of God's guidance, the Qur’an and the sunnah (example of the prophet Muhammad). Aisha was one of three wives (the other two being Hafsah and Umm Salamah) who memorized the revelation.
So far as hadith or sayings of the Prophet are concerned, Aisha is one of the four persons (the others being Abu Hurayrah, Abdullah ibn Umar, and Anas ibn Malik) who transmitted more than two thousand sayings. Many of these pertain to some of the most intimate aspects of personal behavior, which only someone in Aishah's position could have learnt. What is most important is that her knowledge of hadith was passed on in written form by at least three persons including her nephew Urwah, who became one of the greatest scholars among the generation after the Companions.
i don't have the time or inclination to answer all the points raised but will help out our Sikh brother in the interests of fairness. The reason you don't cut your hair is because it is a hukam (command) from your Guru and also it helps you remember the sacrifices your people gave for the sake of their freedom.
Yes, Mr. Javan, I see, the Sikh brothers are very strict concerning their heirs, but unfortunately after 84 riots many of them shaved their beards in Delhi, still I do not understand why, I hope they will get justice.
Assalam O Alikum,
Sister I am very glad to know about your self... I just read what you wrote in your post I am sorry I didnt read yet what is going on now in this thread...
Assalam O Alikum.
Alhamdulillah Muslim by birth but wants to explanation of every thing for me as well as others.. Hope you got the point... Jazak Allah Karim
Thank you Javanmard for helping me explain.
Thank you Rizwan_harbi for showing your support on Sikhs wanting justice on about what happend in 1984.
Mr. Abu Dujana I am surprise of your continue asking about hairs. You see some people are praying trees, stones animals so how can you object. This is their thinking, we can only inform them about the coming life, that is after death. Every one is responsible for his doings. This life is an exam and every thing is being counting. At the time of death everyone relises but that is too late. I am sorry for the people who fails.