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القرآن هو كتاب المسلمين المقدس وأهم مصادر التشريع الإسلامي. و يؤمن المسلمون بأنه كلام الله المنزل على رسوله محمد بالوحي عبر الملاك جبريل. ويسمى الكتاب الذي يكتب فيه القرآن مصحفًا. يعتبر المسلمون دراسة القرآن وتعلمه من أهم العلوم التي يجب عليهم تعلمها، إذ أنهم يواظبون على قراءة القرآن ودراسته و تطبيق معانيه منذ صغرهم وطوال حياتهم. ويَحترم المسلمون القرآن كثيرا، فهو عندهم معجزة الإسلام الخالدة. لذا، تُوجَد آداب لسماعه أو قراءته وتلاوته. ويدعو القرآن لمبادئ هامة يقوم عليها الإسلام وتسير عليها حياة المسلمين.

  

قوله تعالى: "فأما يأتينكم مني هدى فمن اتبع هداي فلا يضل و لا يشقى و من أعرض عن ذكري فأن له معيشة ضنكا و نحشره يوم القيامة أعمى قال ربي لم حشرتني أعمى و قد كنت بصيرا قال كذلك أتتك آياتنا فنسيتها و كذلك اليوم تنسى" [طه 123].

 

 

Link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WZoWgdiz8Y

  

Just a reminder ;D

 

By Curly Fries "noora"

 

special thanks to Čleopαтrα whom have inspired me and helped me with the title and the description

her link

www.flickr.com/photos/27389704@N04/

This one is also from the Old archives one of my most favorite shots i've taken.

'God is the light of the heavens and the earth; the likeness of His light is a niche in which is a lamp. The lamp is within a glass, (and) the glass is as if it were a brightly shining star lit from a blessèd olive-tree, neither from the East nor West. Its oil almost gives light without the touch of fire – light upon light.'

 

(Summary of the Translation of al-Nur, 24/35)

  

The word of islam comes from aslama which in literal translation means to leave your important property to the hands of somebody else. Therefore islam, the noun of aslama will be an attitude to leave everything to the will of God and those who did this are called muslim in Arabic. This is what my arab friend told me.

 

At the Imam Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar.

La foto è stata scattata in una delle sale della Galleria d’arte moderna di Milano, in via Palestro.

La statua in primo piano, ispirata ai lavori di Casanova, è la Venere di Pompeo Marchesi e per me ben rappresenta l’idea dell’arte classica e occidentale.

L’immagine della donna in burqa invece è opera di un fotografo anonimo, che ho voluto inserire al posto di un quadro ottocentesco presente nella sala. Le due donne (come le loro culture) si guardano ma non si parlano. Mi chiedo se un giorno (finalmente e senza violenza) riusciranno davvero a parlarsi per condividere quello che di più profondo possono trasmettere?

 

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“The photo was taken in one of the rooms of the Gallery of Modern Art in Milan, Via Palestro. The statue in the foreground, inspired by the work of Casanova, is the Venus of Pompeo Marchesi… The image of the woman in a burqa instead is the work of an anonymous photographer… The two women (like their cultures), they look but do not speak. I wonder if one day (finally and without violence) they really will be able to talk to each other sharing what they can convey deeper?”

 

Thank Frizztext for the English translation and his blog flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2014/04/21/clash-of-cultures...

   

لايوجد دين أفضل من الإسلام

 

بوستر دعوي ..

  

 

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Rajshahi, Bangladesh

Imagine these are Sunnies, Shiites and Kurds. Suddenly the Amercan Zionist psychopaths send in some sponsored testosterone bulls who kill the other cows. Who should Obomba bomb to realise weakened, fragmented Arab states to assure the dream of a great Israhell between the Nile and the Tigris?

The Ka`bah is the building towards which Muslims face five times a day, everyday, in prayer. This has been the case since the time of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) over 1400 years ago.

Friday afternoon prayer in Gambia. The Mosque is full so these people get to worship outside.

France's parliament passed a burka ban in 2010, leading to protests from Islamic groups who said it was discriminatory

  

Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2676500/Frances-burka-ba...

كلّنا يبحث عن السعادة ....

 

لا تحزن : لأن الحزن يزعجك من الماضي , ويخوّفك من المستقبل , ويذهب عليك يومك .

 

لا تحزن : لأن الحزن ينقبض له القلب , ويعبس له الوجه , وتنظفئ منه الروح , ويتلاشى معه الأمل .

 

لا تحزن : لأن الحزن يسرّ العدو , ويغيظ الصديق , ويشمّت بك الحاسد , ويغيّر عليك الحقائق .

 

لاتحزن : لأن الحزن لا يردّ مفقوداً ولا يعيد ذاهباً ولا يبعث ميّتاً ولا يردّ قدراً ولا يجلب نفعاً .

 

لاتحزن : فإن الله يدافع عنك , والملائكة تستغفر لك , والمؤمنون يشركونك في دعائهم في كل صلاة , والنبي يشفع , والقرآن يعدك وعداً حسناً وفوق كل هذا رحمة أرحم الراحمين

 

لاتحزن فالحسنة بعشر أمثالها إلى سبعمائة ضعف إلى أضعاف كثيرة , والسيئة بمثلها إلا أن يعفو ربّك ويتجاوز , فالله من كرمٍ ما سمع مثله , ومن جودٍ لا يقاربه جود !

 

لا تحزن : فأنت على خير في ضرائك وسرّائك , وغناك وفقرك , وشدّتك ورخائك , "عجباً لأمر المؤمن أمره كلّه خير , إن أصابته سرّاء فشكر كان خيراً له , وإن أصابته ضرّاء فصبر كان خيراً له ".

 

من كتاب (لاتحزن)

 

جمعة مليئة بالسعادة لكم جميعاً

 

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İslamiyet güneş gibidir.Üflemekle sönmez. Gündüz gibidir. Göz yummakla gece olmaz. Gözünü kapayan yalnız kendine gece yapar..

ISLAM

 

a peaceful loving faith...................................

Master of the Litomerice Altarpiece. Prague vers 1515

St Catherine Altarpiece. Martyrdom of St Catherine

Prague Narodni Galerie. Prague National Gallery. Couvent Sainte Agnès de Bohême.

 

LES FEMMES DANS LA CULTURE CATHOLIQUE ET ORTHODOXE

 

Les femmes ont une image très favorable et très présente dans la religion catholique et dans celle orthodoxe. Une image dont témoigne l'art de la peinture, avec ses innombrables représentations de la Vierge Marie, et des multiples Saintes. Images de la femme qui ont été fondamentales dans la religion et la culture populaire.

Bien sûr Marie et les Saintes n'ont rien à voir avec la déesse de l'Amour, (Aphrodite -Vénus) ou de la chasse (Artemis-Diane).

C'est l'image de la Vierge et de la Mère qui prévaut avec le christianisme. L'Amour toujours, mais l'un profane et l'autre sacré. Thème d'un tableau du Titien.

Cette image de la femme, même "seulement" vierge et mère, a beaucoup contribué à créer une situation sociale et politique de la femme infiniment plus favorable en Europe que dans d'autres civilisations, notamment la Chine et l'Islam. La civilisation indienne étant sur ce point différente.

Aux racines de la culture européenne, les déesses Grecques avaient certes un statut éminent, pratiquement équivalent aux Dieux. Mais le rôle de la femme grecque, humaine, mortelle, était habituellement tout à fait limitée à la vie privée. Dans la société romaine, il est vrai, la situation était très différente, dès la fin de la République.

Il semble que l'importance du rôle social de la femme dans la société européenne, a eu ses sources essentielles dans la culture des peuples de l'Europe au Nord des Alpes : Celtes, Germains, Scandinaves, Slaves.

Mais le rôle de la religion chrétienne, catholique et orthodoxe, à ces époques, a été aussi très déterminant dans un sens favorable.

C'est un constat de fait qui déplait beaucoup à certaines idéologies, profanes ou religieuses, actuellement dominantes en Europe, acharnées, depuis trois siècles à donner des religions catholiques et orthodoxes l'image de doctrines tout à fait abrutissantes et rétrogrades.

Cette propagande est totalement démentie par l'art (peinture et sculpture) des siècles passés. Mais pas seulement part l'art, aussi par l'histoire politique et économique : Ces idéologies, qui travestissent les faits historiques, veulent ignorer que le grand démarrage politique et économique de l'Europe, totalement autonome, son expansion première, se situe vers l'an 1000, en pleine époque de domination de ces religions accusées d'être totalitaires et obscurantistes.

Un second départ, économique, se situe, après la peste noire, vers 1400-1450, en Italie, Flandre, dans les vallées du Rhin et du Danube, sur les bords de la Mer Baltique. Toujours en pleine période de domination idéologique de la religion catholique. En effet la "Renaissance", si elle ouvre des horizons nouveaux, tournés d'ailleurs vers le passé de l'antiquité gréco-latine, n'a rien de fondamentalement anti-catholique et n'a pas porté atteinte aux valeurs dominantes en Europe. Or c'est à cette époque que se mettent en place les mécanismes du premier grand capitalisme commercial et que l'Europe entreprend ses Grandes Découvertes.

C'est pour dissimuler ces faits que les historiens européens au service des nouvelles idéologies, ont inventé, dès le 17è siècle, et surtout au 19è, les appellations mensongères, de "Moyen Age", de "Temps Modernes", de "Renaissance", de "Reforme" et bien sûr, la cerise sur le gâteau: "les Lumières".

Pour en revenir à la situation de la femme dans l'histoire européenne, l'histoire officielle à destination du grand public dissimule aussi que c'est à partir des "Lumières", en conséquence de la révolution française et de l'Empire que le statut juridique, social et politique de la femme régresse, considérablement, en Europe de l'ouest, jusqu'après la seconde guerre mondiale. Le "Code Civil" est en effet totalement misogyne.

Ces "Lumières" dans lesquelles l'Occident contemporain baigne totalement sont tout simplement la Nouvelle Religion. C'est cette nouvelle religion qui impose son art dans les Musées d'Art Contemporain. Ces musées où la femme a été remplacée par des carrés blancs. Nous n'admirons plus de "Vierge à l'Enfant" ni de "Sainte X", mais nous avons la chance d'admirer des "Sans Titre 33" qui nous laissent béants d'interrogations sur les valeurs réelles qui animent nos élites.

Il est vrai que les femmes se rattrapent dans les rues et la publicité de ce quelles sont moins représentées dans les musées d'art contemporain.

 

WOMEN IN THE CATHOLIC AND ORTHODOX CULTURE

 

Women have a very favorable image and a strong presence in the Catholic and Orthodox faiths. An image reflected in the art of painting, with its innumerable representations of the Virgin Mary, and the multiple holy women. Images of women who have been fundamental in religion and popular culture.

Of course Mary and the holy women have nothing to do with the goddess of Love (Aphrodite-Venus) or hunting (Artemis-Diana).

It is the image of the Virgin and the Mother that prevails with Christianity. Love always, but the first profane and the other sacred. Theme of a painting by Titian.

This image of the woman, even "only" virgin and mother, has greatly contributed to creating a social and political situation for women infinitely more favorable in Europe than in other civilizations, notably China and Islam. The Indian civilization being on this point different.

At the roots of European culture, the Greek goddesses had certainly an eminent status, practically equivalent to the Gods. But the role of the Greek, human, mortal woman, was usually quite limited to private life. In Roman society, it is true, the situation was very different, from at the end of the Republic.

It seems that the importance of the social role of women in European society has had its essential sources in the culture of the peoples of Europe north of the Alps: Celts, Germans, Scandinavians, Slavs.

But the role of the Christian religion, Catholic and Orthodox at these times, was also very decisive in a favorable sense

It is a factual statement that is very displeasing to certain ideologies, profane or religious, which are at present dominant in Europe, and which have for 3 centuries given of Catholic and Orthodox religions the image of completely stupid and retrograde doctrines.

This propaganda is totally contradicted by the art (painting and sculpture) of past centuries. But not only by art, also by political and economic history: These ideologies, which disguise historical facts, want to ignore that the great political and economic boom in Europe, totally autonomous, its first expansion, is located around the year 1000, in full period of domination of these religions accused of being totalitarian and obscurantist.

A second economic start, after the Black Death, took place in 1400-1450 in Italy, Flanders, in the valleys of the Rhine and the Danube, on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Still in the midst of ideological domination of the Catholic religion. Indeed, the "Renaissance", if it opens new horizons, turned moreover towards the past of Greco-Latin antiquity, has nothing fundamentally anti-Catholic and has not violated the dominant values in Europe . It was at this time that the mechanisms of the first great commercial capitalism were put in place and that Europe was undertaking its Grandes Découvertes.

It is to conceal these facts that European historians at the service of the new ideologies, invented, from the 17th century, and especially in the 19th, the false names, "Middle Ages", "Modern Times", "Renaissance" , "Reform", and of course, the icing on the cake: "the Enlightenment".

To return to the situation of women in European history, the official history destined for the general public also conceals that it was from the "Enlightenment", as a consequence of the French Revolution and the Empire, that political, legal and social status of women regressed considerably in Western Europe until after the Second World War. The "Civil Code" is indeed totally misogynous.

These "Lights" in which the contemporary West totally bathes are simply the New Religion. It is this new religion that imposes its art in the Museums of Contemporary Art. These museums where the woman was replaced by white squares. We no longer admire "Madonna and Child" or "Holy X," but we are lucky enough to admire " Untitled 33" which leaves us the open mouth with questions about the real values that animate our elites.

It is true that women compensate in the streets and the advertising, the fact thatthey are less represented in the museums of contemporary art.

   

Islam helps in many ways during the marriage. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad PBUH is the best husband, and his life is the ultimate guide for every Muslim couple.

 

Read More: blog.dawntravels.com/ways-islam-helps-marriage/

Taman Tamadun Islam (TTI) adalah sebuah taman tema yang mengetengahkan keunggulan seni warisan dan seni bina Islam dari seluruh pelosok dunia yang terletak di Pulau Wan Man, Kuala Terengganu yang sebelum ini dianggap tidak berpenghuni dan dipenuhi hutan nipah. Taman tema ini merupakan salah satu projek pembangunan ekonomi Wilayah Ekonomi Pantai Timur.

 

Taman tema yang mula dibina pada Mac 2005 bukan sahaja dikelilingi replika-replika masjid dari serata dunia malah sebuah masjid yang juga mercu tanda baru Kuala Terengganu iaitu Masjid Kristal turut berdiri megah di situ.

 

Islamic Civilisation Park (TTI) is a theme park that highlights the benefits of art and architectural heritage of Muslims from all over the world are located in Pulau Wan Man , Kuala Terengganu , previously considered uninhabited palm-lined forest. This theme park is one of the economic development of the East Coast Economic Region .

 

The theme park that started in March 2005 not only the replica-replica of the mosque is surrounded from all over the world and even a mosque that is also a new landmark of Kuala Terengganu is Masjid Kristal also stand tall in situ.

There are five pillars of practice in Islam. These practices must be undertaken with the best of effort in order to be considered a true Muslim: A) Declaration of faith: A statement proclaiming the belief in One God and that Muhammad is a prophet of God. To become Muslim a person simply recites this statement publicly, and in Arabic. B) Formal prayer five times a day. C) Poor-due tax: 2.5% of one’s excess wealth given to the needy once a year. D) Fasting during the daylight hours in the month of Ramadan. E) Pilgrimage to Mecca at least once, if physically and financially able.

 

Get the free "30 Facts About Islam" eBook at www.30factsaboutislam.com

 

Photo credit: www.pixabay.com/en/mosque-abu-dhabi-travel-white-615415/

Allah SWT loves his creation. Allah SWT sent down messengers and prophets for their guidance. Prophets were raised at different times and different lands.

 

Resource: blog.dawntravels.com/many-prophets-islam/

In the name of Allah, the most Merciful, the most Kind

 

A blessed month is casting its shadow upon us

A night of this month is better than a thousand months

Bear with patience for the sake of Ar-Rahman

It's a continuous training to strengthen our Imaan.

 

Glory be to Allah who sent Ramadan as a mercy to mankind

Its a purification of our soul, our heart, and our mind

With the most sincere devotion and love we fast

To be cleansed and free from sins of the past

 

Glorified is He, who choseth this holy month,

To test our sabr and fill our hearts with warmth

Of his Divine Light, His blessings shall glow,

The Seer of the unseen, all He does know

 

Ya Allah! For thee, let my breath be more pleasant than musk

Ya Allah! For thee, let me be thankful when day turns to dusk

My thoughts and heart are purified, my eyes truly see'

This blessed month, the month of spiritual rhapsody!

 

Ya Allah! For thee, my life I shall live!

Ya Allah! For thee, my soul I shall give!

In the name of Allah, the most Merciful, the most Kind,

Praise be to Allah, who sent Ramadan as a gift to mankind

 

Ya Ramadan!, by Noor Syed..

Islam Nagar

 

Distance : 11km from Bhopal

 

¤ The Attraction of The Palace

 

A stone’s throw away from Bhopal lies Islam Nagar, built by the Afghan, Dost Mohammad Khan who ruled over Bhopal between 1708 and 1726. It was a period of great turmoil at the Imperial Court in Delhi, following the death of Emperor Aurangzeb in 1707.

 

Many of the noblemen (Dost Mohammad among them) fled the chaos in search of greener pastures. On reaching Bhopal, Dost met the Gond queen, Kamalapati, who sought his help after the murder of her husband. As romance between the two blossomed, Dost Mohammad decided to build a love nest in Islam Nagar for the two of them.

The Islam Nagar palace is a luxurious one, and lovely gardens surround both the palace and the pavilion nearby. The latter is a mixture of both Hindu and Islamic art and has columns richly decorated with floral motifs.

 

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