افریقہ میں پاکستانی | اُردو اِی لائبریری

افریقہ میں پاکستانی | اُردو اِی لائبریری


(1) Zahid Hussain – Google

(1) Zahid Hussain – Google


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PROPHET MUHAMMAD (Sallallahu alaihi wa Sallam)‏

PROPHET MUHAMMAD (Sallallahu alaihi wa Sallam)‏


(Sallallahu alaihi wa Sallam)

  • The Holy Prophet Hadrat Muhammad al-Mustafa (Sallallahu alaihi wa Sallam) is the final Prophet sent by Allah (Subhanahu wa Ta‘ala).
  • He is the most beloved Prophet of Allah. He is the greatest Prophet of Allah.
  • He preached the complete religion of Islam.
  • He taught people to worship only One God, Allah.
  • He guided people towards goodness and told them to avoid evil.
  • He taught people to love and respect all the previous Prophets sent by Allah.
  • Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu alaihi wa Sallam) was born in 571 C.E. in Makkah, on 12th Rabi Awwal.
  • His father’s name was Hadrat Abdallah.
  • His mother’s name was Bibi Aminah.
  • He was brought up by Bibi Halima.
  • He belonged to the tribe of Quraish.
  • Prophet Muhammad lived a very simple life.
  • Prophet Muhammad got Allah’s first message to preach Islam at the age of forty.
  • He received Allah’s first messages in the cave of Hirah in Makkah through Archangel Hadrat Jibril (Alayhissalam).
  • The first word he heard of revelation was Iqra’, which means, “Recite”.
  • The Qur’an, which is the Final Heavenly Book of Allah was revealed to him over a period of 23 years.
  • His own Sayings have been recorded in separate books of Hadith.
  • We follow the Qur’an which is the Word of Allah (Subhanahu wa Ta‘ala).
  • We also follow the Hadith which are the Sayings of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ‘alayhi wa Sallam).
  • Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ‘alayhi wa Sallam) married a pious lady at the age of twenty-five.
  • Her name was Hadrat Khadijah (Rady Allahu Anha) who was forty years old at that time.
  • He was blessed with four daughters. They are Hadrat Fatima, Hadrat Zainab, Hadrat Ruqayya and Hadrat Umm Kulthum (Rady Allahu Anhunna).
  • He was blessed with three sons. They are Qasim, Abdallah, and Ibrahim. They passed away in their infancy.
  • His favourite wife was Hadrat Khadija (Rady Allahu Anha).
  • After she passed away, he married again. Hadrat Aisha (Rady Allahu Anha) is one of his most famous wives. His behaviour towards his wives was the best and he treated them equally.
  • Those who became rulers of Muslims after him are called his Khalifas. His first four and greatest Khalifas are Hadrat Abu Bakr Siddiq, Hadrat Umar Faruq, Hadrat Uthman Ghani and Hadrat Ali Murtada (Rady Allahu Anhum).
  • Prophet Muhammad loved children very much.
  • He took care of orphans.
  • He always talked to people politely.
  • He had the best manners and character.
  • He was very generous.
  • He loved living with poor people.
  • He preferred doing his work by himself.
  • When Prophet Muhammad’s clothes got ripped, he would cut a piece out of another fabric and would make patches by sewing it together.  
  • He never got angry.
  • He never broke a promise.
  • He has many names of praise. The name Muhammad means “The Praised One”.
  • On earth he is called Muhammad, but in the heavens, he is called Ahmad. Ahmad means “Most Praiseworthy”.
  • He was always truthful so he was called As-Sadiq (the Truthful).
  • He was also called Al-Amin (the Trustworthy).
  • He is Nabi Allah (The Prophet of Allah), and Rasul Allah (The Messenger of Allah).
  • He is called al-Mustafa (The Chosen One). He had been chosen by Allah as the Final Prophet.
  • He was invited by Allah to visit Him in the heavens. This is called his Mi‘raj.
  • He is the only one who saw Allah.  
  • He migrated from Makkah to Madina at the age of 53. This is called his Hijra.
  • He built the Masjid Nabawi in Madina Munawwara.
  • He split the moon in half with his Shahadat finger. This was one of his miracles.
  • His sweat smelled like mint and roses.
  • There is no picture of Prophet Muhammad on earth.
  • He had no shadow.
  • When Prophet Muhammad was alone he was of average height but when he was with other people, he appeared the tallest.
  • He had a beard, which is one of his Sunnahs (traditions).
  • He told those who opposed him, “Even if you keep the sun in my right hand and the moon in my left hand I will not give up preaching the religion of Allah.”
  • He was very brave. He fought many battles against those who wanted to kill him but he forgave his enemies when he achieved victory.
  • He converted almost the whole of Arabia to Islam through his goodness and great character. Allah had chosen him for that task.
  • He passed away in Madina at the age of 63.
  • His last resting place in Madina is called his Rawda (Garden of Paradise).
  • On the Day of Judgment, he will plead with Allah to forgive all the sinners.
  • He is the king of Jannah (Paradise).
  • His name is in the Kalima, in the Adhan and in Salah.
  • He is the best creation of Allah.
  • The greatest number of books and poems have been written in his honour and praise.
  • All Muslims love the blessed Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu alaihi wa Sallam).
  • When we mention his name, we say: Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam, which means: May Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him.
  • May we enter Paradise in his company, Amin.

Don’t Hate…. Educate

Don’t Hate…. Educate

              Don’t Hate…. Educate 

This day I have perfected your religion for you, completed My favour upon you and have chosen for you Islam as your religion- (Quran 5:3) 

Part2- Can You Listen With Your Eyes?
Prophet Muhammad’s Communication Skills
By  Sahar El-Nadi

In ancient Arabia, eloquence meant status. Arabic is a language rich in shades and shadows, and people competed to weave words with exquisite elegance and beautiful rhythm, skillfully shaping words into works of verbal art.  
This is when Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was born. Although he was never taught to read and write, he had more linguistic skills than anyone.

These skills enabled him to transmit difficult concepts clearly, to all levels of audience, and in just a few words.
His wise sayings are called ‘Hadith’ (literally means ‘speech’ in Arabic) and they are collected in books and taught as timeless guidance to people around the world.
Yet when learning Hadith today, more attention is paid to the study of the exact words of the Prophet Muhammad, while overlooking an important fact which has to do with his use of many non-verbal communication skills to enhance the meanings of the words.
He had an exceptional ability to engage more of our senses than just our ears – even while we hear what he said hundreds of years ago.
Painting Mental Pictures With Words
When we read Hadith, we will notice that the words draw vivid pictures in our minds, with sights, sounds, smells, and feelings. At the same time, the narrators used descriptive words to give us a complete three-dimensional snapshot of each event.
In this way we could actually ‘see’ in our minds-eye the complete surrounding context, in addition to exactly what the Prophet did with the rest of his body while he spoke.
Instinctively, narrators used their special skill with words to share with us what they saw, heard, felt, imagined and understood – which is how they had actually learnt and changed.
There is a precious lesson for us here: When learning from a unique teacher with exceptional communication skills, his audience have to also be trained to use all their senses to receive meanings and learn lessons.
That is why their behavior was transformed in just a few years to build a brilliant civilization. Perhaps we too need to do the same today, It’s not enough to mechanically memorize and recite his sayings. What’s more important is to open up to the positive change the Prophet’s words  cause in hearts and minds, and to follow through with practice.
Non-Verbal Cues Blow Your Cover
Communication is about delivering a message to the audience, with maximum accuracy and minimum confusion. Taking in to account the correct interpretation of their response, which reflects their perception of the meaning. These basics are essential for exchanging ideas and feelings with others effectively.
Modern research states that successful communicators possess the ability to engage all the senses of their audiences, through using two types of skills in accurate measure.
The first type is the verbal skills, or the spoken language in writing and speech. The second type is the non-verbal skills, which express the ‘unspoken’ context of the words to give them their true meaning, including facial expressions, body language, and vocal qualities such as volume, pitch and speed.
Ironically, successful delivery of a message relies more on non-verbal skills which transmit at least 70% of the meaning, while only 30% is transmitted through words.
Moreover, when the spoken and the unspoken messages contradict, the human brain is programmed to believe the non-verbal cues. For example: if someone says to us: “how nice to see you” but says so with sarcasm, we subconsciously receive the sarcasm and not the seemingly courteous greeting.
The Art of Eloquent Silence
There are training courses to teach us how to interpret people’s unconscious gestures, and at the same time consciously send positive non-verbal signals to others to enhance mutual understanding and encourage effective communication.
Being the exceptional communicator he was, the Prophet Muhammad paid special attention to sending clear and consistent non-verbal messages all the time, even while he was completely silent.
He knew that most of his tradition will be transmitted verbally, so he spoke concisely and clearly, repeated every important idea 3 times.  But in parallel, he used very strong vocal and gesture cues consistent with his words to enhance people’s memorization of what he said to be able to repeat it to others.
His posture was always straight and alert to reflect confidence and strength, he walked briskly to reflect purposefulness, yet his face was always relaxed and peaceful with a poised smile inviting contact and trust.
He gave people his full attention by turning towards them with his whole torso not just his head, which made them feel important and appreciated.
When he got angry, he simply looked away from the person or the event to indicate his disapproval without saying a word.
In a gathering, he sat anywhere not in the center indicating equality, and he always allowed direct contact indicating approachability.
He never looked anyone too long in the face, and used his full palm to point at people instead of pointing his finger to avoid embarrassing them.
Nonetheless, we find the Quran gently rectifying his non-verbal communication in a special situation, sending us a precious lesson:
Even Gestures Count
The Prophet was talking to a group of notable tribal leaders attempting to win them over, when a blind man, named Abdullah ibn Umm Maktoum, came to him with some questions.
Trying to focus all his attention on the potential allies, the Prophet frowned in concentration and looked away from Abdullah and towards his audience. The blind man couldn’t see his frowning face or his annoyed body language, yet God blamed His Messenger for transmitting a negative non-verbal message.
[He frowned and turned away, Because there came to him the blind man.](`Abasa80:1-2)
We can’t transmit an emotion sincerely unless our body language is consistent with the words. Try it yourself: face a mirror and try to sound cheerful saying ‘good morning’ while your face is frowning. You can’t. If you don’t want to hear a frown in your voice, you must actually smile so that your voice would sound friendly.
Now, can you imagine how the Prophet’s voice would’ve sounded if he had spoken to his blind companion while he was frowning and turned away? The blind man would’ve certainly heard the annoyance in the Prophet’s voice, which would generate negative feelings, and create a barrier to effective communication with a sincere friend.
In addition, the group of leaders the Prophet was focused on were right there watching the interaction; if The Prophet had talked negatively to the blind man, this would have been an indirect negative message to them.  This would have discouraged them from forming positive ideas about Islam, which would in result defeat the purpose of the whole communication process.
Because of the deep insights gained from this incident, the Prophet always smiled at that blind man saying, “Welcome to whom my Lord has blamed me” (Al-Qurtubi)
Later, the Prophet’s wife Aisha while talking about another woman, pointed with her hand to indicate that she was too short. The Prophet  told her, “You have said a word that if mixed with the water of the sea it would spoil it!” (Abu Dawud )He called her simple gesture a ‘word’ and warned her it was so destructive that it could spoil a sea.
Actions Speak Louder Than Words

A smile and an open posture are well understood ‘words’ in a universal code.

How often do we use facial expressions or gestures publicly in a sarcastic or mocking way, mindless of their destructive effects on our image and on our communication with others?  
These stories teach us to mind our body language as much as our verbal language, above all because God is watching, also because others may evaluate us. and even our entire nations or cultures based on our public conduct.
At any given moment, imagine that someone may be evaluating how you talk to your spouse in a shopping mall, how you treat an elderly on the train, or what you do with your friends in the street.
If you want to be perceived as a nice person, do it all the time, with all your being, even when you think no one is looking. A smile and an open posture are well understood ‘words’ in a universal code.
So even if you don’t speak a word of someone’s language, remember that is only 30 percent of your tools, you still have much more to make sure they ‘listen’ to your friendly thoughts with their eyes.
The Prophet Muhammad was sent to a nation of brilliant orators, people whose main interest was words, yet he added a deeper dimension to eloquent words, which is eloquent silence, where refined actions do the talking.

Sahar Elnadi Holds a BA in ancient history and culture from Cairo University. Worked in many people-related careers in parallel, including presenting public events and TV programs; instructing training courses in communication, thinking skills and cross cultural issues.Long experience in the dynamics of multinational e-communities on the internet, with award winning online projects since 1998.
Consultant for ReadingIslam.com, answering questions about Islamic culture in English. Currently focusing on utilizing interpersonal skills to better represent local culture in various media channels. In 2006, created and launchedwww.zero-net.net; a creative cross-cultural communication project following the Danish cartoons crisis to prove that proper communication can prevent future clashes.



For he who hates you, he will be cut off

For he who hates you (O Muhammad [sal-Allahu ‘alayhi wa sallam]), he will be cut off (from posterity and every good thing in this world and in the Hereafter).[108:03]
Narrated Anas [radhi-yAllahu ‘anhu]: The Prophet [sal-Allahu ‘alayhi wa sallam] said,
“None of you will have Faith till he loves me more than his father, his children and all mankind.” [Sahih Al-Bukhari, 1/15 (O.P.14)]
Ref.: The Noble Qur.aan 108:03

Daily Qur’an & Hadith‏

Daily Qur’an & Hadith‏


English Translation of Al-Quran

[16].Surah An-Nahl [The Bees]
Ayat 112. And Allah puts forward the example of a township, that dwelt secure and well content; its provision coming to it in abundance from every place, but it (its people) denied the Favors of Allah (with ungratefulness). So Allah made it taste the extreme of hunger (famine) and fear, because of that (evil) which they (its people) used to do.



English Translation of Hadith  

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Hazrat Abdullah bin Ash-Shikhkhir (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: I came to the Messenger of Allah  [SAWW](PBUH) while he was reciting (Surat At-Takathur 102): “The mutual rivalry (for hoarding worldly things) preoccupy you. Until you visit the graves (i.e., till you die). (102:1-8) (After reciting) he (PBUH) said, “Son of Adam says: `My wealth, my wealth.’ Do you own of your wealth other than what you eat and consume, and what you wear and wear out, or what you give in Sadaqah (charity) (to those who deserve it), and that what you will have in stock for yourself.”

[Muslim Book 01, Chapter 42, Hadith # 7061]. 
Lesson : as mentioned above in Surah An-Nahl Ayat but it (its people) denied the Favors of Allah (with ungratefulness). This Hadith enjoins that if a person is given wealth, he should spend it in the ways liked by Allah because it is this Sadaqah which will be a valuable treasure in the Afterlife. Whatever else he consumes in this world, will finish or rot in this world and will be of no avail in Hereafter.



Do You know what will be the first thing that will be asked  from this Ummah 
Five Prayers 
Do you know what was the first prayer offered By Mohammad S.A.W It Was Duhr Prayer 
Do you know ! who will be the first one entering Jannah 
He will be Prophet Mohammad S.A.W 
?Do you know who will be the first Ummah Entering  Jannah 
It will be Ummah of Prophet Mohammad S.A.W 
?Do you know who is the first one who say Azan in heaven 
He was Jibrail A.S 
Do you know who first predicted the hours to be twelve 
It was Nooh A.S, who did this when he was on boat to find out the times for prayers 
Do you know who was the first person who said SUBHANA RABBI AL AALA, he was Israfeel A.S. 
Do you know what was the first ayah revealed from Al-Quran 
It was Surah Al-Alaq Ayah 1 

Do you know who ! first wrote with pen 
He was Hazrat Idrees A.S 

Do you know what was the last ayah revelaed from Al-Quran 
It was Al-Baqara Ayah 281 
?Do you know what was the fist verse revealed from Torah 
It was Bismillah hir rahman nir raheem 
Do you know what is the MO St Supreme Ayah in Quran 
Its Ayat Al-Kursi ——-Al-Baqara Ayah 255 

Whoever said SUBHAN ALLAHi WA BIHAMDIHI hundred 100 times, 
All his sins will be forgiven even if they are as much as foam of the sea. 
Whenever ! he is in sorrow, Allah will take away all his sorrows Just like He saved YUNUS A.S, when he was inside the fish. 

The Prophet (saw)said, “(There are) two words which are dear to the Beneficent (Allah) and very light (easy) for the tongue (to say), but very heavy in weight in the balance. 
They are: Subhan Allah WA-bi hamdihi’ and ‘Subhan Allah Al-‘Azim.” 
Ibn-al Qayyaum R.A said: the things that make the body sick are: 
Too much! talking, 
Too much sleeping, 
Too much Eating 
Jabir reported that the Prophet, peace be upon him, said, ‘Whoever says Subhan-Allah- al-Azim WA bihamdihi (Glorified is Allah, the Great, with all praise due to Him), will have a palm tree planted for him in paradise.” 
Reported by Tirmidhi 
Juwairiyah bint Al-Harith (May Allah be pleased with her) reported, the Mother of the Believers: The Prophet (PBUH) came out from my apartment in the Morning as I was busy in performing the dawn prayer. He came back in the forenoon and found me sitting there. The Prophet (PBUH) said, “Are you still in the same position as I left you.” I replied in the affirmative. 
Thereupon the Prophet said,”I recited four words three times after I had left you. If these are to be weighed against all you have recited since morning, these will be heavier. These are: 
Subhan-Allahi wa bihamdihi, `adada khalqihi, wa rida nafsihi, wa zinatah `arshihi, wa midada kalimatihi 

This is most common among us…… most of us talk during Azaan.. 
The Holy Prophet (SAW) said, Stop doing everything during the Azaan, even reading the Quran, the person who talks during the Azaan will not be able to say the Kalima Shahadat on his/her death bed…. 
Please pass this message to Muslims… 

Allahumma- inni- ala-Zik-rika- wa Shuk-rika wa husni-ibadatika. 
A very powerful Dua’a has been sent to you. Send this to as many as you can. 
Prophet Mohammad said this 1400 yrs ago! 


Take a look…. Now this is told 1400yrs ago!!!! 

Camels will no longer be used as a means of transport; 
People will ride on saddles that aren’t saddles (cars?) 
  The distance on earth will become short; 
Horses will not be used in wars; 
Muslims will defeat the Byzantines which will end with the conquest of Constantinople Istanbul); 
The Jews will gather again to live in Bilad Canaan; 
Very tall buildings will be built; 
The disappearance of knowledge and the appearance of ignorance, with much killing; 
Adultery will become widespread, and the drinking of wine will become common; 
The number of men will decrease and the number of women will increase until there are 50 women to be looked after by one man. 
Islam will become worn out like clothes are, until no one will know what fasting, prayer, charity and rituals are; 
Allah will send a disease to fornicators that will have no cure (Aids?); 
People will begin to believe in the stars and reject AL QADAR (THE DIVINE DECREE OF DESTINY); 
Men will pass by people’s graves and say: ‘Would that I were in his place’; (large amount of sucidal deaths?) 
The Euphrates will uncover a mountain of gold for which people will fight over (the river of Alfurat that lies near Syria ); 
Two large groups of people will fight one another, and there will be many casualties; they will both be following the same rel igion World War II?); 
  Approximately 30 DAJJALS will appear, each one claiming to be the messenger of ALLAH; 
Earthquakes will increase; * Time will pass quickly; 
Afflictions will appear; 
Killing will increase; 
  Wealth will increase; 

  • Women will be wearing clothes but not wearing clothes * THE PROPHET (saw) SAID: ‘IF MY UMMAH BEARS 15 TRAITS (QUALITIES), TRIBULATION WILL FOLLOW IT.’ (DAY OF JUDGEMENT) SOMEONE ASKED,’WHAT ARE THEY O MESSENGER OF ALLAH?’ HE (saw) SAID: *When any gain is shared out only among the rich, with no benefit to the poor;
  • When a trust becomes a means of making profit;
  • *When paying ZAKKAT becomes a burden;
  • When voices are raised in the mosque;
  • When the leader of a people is the worst of them; when people treat a man with respect because what he may do;
  • When much wine is drunk; red wind or the earth swallow them, or to be transformed into animals.’
  • WINE IS DRUNK.” THE GREATER SIGNS OF THE HOUR The Quran will disappear in one night, even from the people’s hearts, and no Ayah will be left on earth. (Some groups of old people will be left who will say: ‘We heard of fathers’ saying ‘LAILLAHA ILLA ALLAH’ so we repeat it);  The appearance of the MAHDI;
  • The appearance of the DAJJAL (Anti Christ); * The appearance of Ya’juj an d Ma’juj (biblical Gog and Magog);
  • Isa (Jesus) will come during the time of Dajjal;
  • The rising of the sun from the west;
  • The destruction of the Ka’ba and the recovery of its treasures;
  • The smoke. Just remember-Allah is watching you. Prayer Wheel, Let’s see the devil stop this one! Here’s what the wheel is all about. When you receive this, say a prayer for the person that sent it to you…. There are no costs, but wonderful rewards….Let’s continue praying for one another.
  • As we look at this article we realize how true the Messenger (P.B.U.H) was these signs were prophesized 1400 years ago!!!
We have sent many Jokes and Non-sensible stuff, My sincere request is to let this mail go around the world to all Mumeen and others to know more about Islam. 
1- Don’t let thismessage sit here. 
 2- Forward this message to all you know and by the grace of Allah swt you will be blessed for each & every Dua by millions of people around the globe you forward this e-mail to.   


Ab Aaa Bhi Jao Jahan Ho…Pak Old*

Ab Aaa Bhi Jao Jahan Ho…Pak Old*

Ab Aaa Bhi Jao Jahan Ho…Pak Old
Sathi kahaaan ho 
Awaaz toooo do
Pal pal mera pyaar poukare
Sab dastoor hain jhuthye
Jhuthi hain sab rasmain
Yeh manzoor hay kab dunia ko
Mil k raheen apas main
Ab a bhi jao jahan hoo
Tarpane wale kahan hoo
Dil ka dard koy na jane 

Sab hain yahan begane
Tum bin koun sune humrahi
Dard bhare afsane

Ab a bhi jao jahan ho

Blossom of the Youth — An Eye Opener‏

Blossom of the Youth — An Eye Opener‏

Following is an Eye Opener Preface of the famous Book “Bahar-e-Shabab” by Hadrat Allama Mawlana Shaykh Abd al-Aleem Siddiqui Qadiri Meerathi (Khalifa of Sayyiduna AlaHadrat Imam Ahmad Rida Khan Qadiri) written with extreme sincerity and honest concern towards to the youth of entire Islamic Ummah. A must must must read Book and specially the Preface! Hope you will read it yourself and share it with your contacts as well… JazakALLAH in Anticipation!
ALLAH SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala has blessed humankind with numerous powers and His (SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala) Wisdom has equipped man with the knowledge of using it. Although the Creator has given such knowledge to animals, there is a unique difference between humans and animals. Since humankind is the highest order of creation, the Creator has therefore blessed it with a special faculty of knowledge that makes it superior to other creation. ALLAH has equipped the human beings to use this knowledge creatively and also enhance it tremendously. Such ability is not found in the animal kingdom.

Nowadays, claims are made that man is advancing very rapidly and will soon reach the peak of perfection. Man’s advancements in technology, science, chemistry, discoveries, etc. has created a new dimension in this world. His speed of advancement is reaching the once untouchable frontiers of the Universe. His scientific advancement in technology is accomplishing that work in minutes which the physical hand could not do a hundred of years ago. The feet required years of laborious effort to cover distances while modern technology covers that in hours. In this scientific era, a train, a car and an aeroplane can traverse the globe in a matter of hours while in the past this was not physically possible. What the physical ears and eyes could hear was limited but today modern technology can hear and see objects millions of miles away. Televisions, telephones, telescopes, and wireless communications can capture images and sounds in a split of a second from the far and wide corners of the universe while some years ago this was regarded as impossible.

People generally regarded this as an incredible achievement for mankind. But if one carefully ponders over these special abilities and knowledge on which the West relies for its survival, then certainly, one will reach the conclusion that day by day man is not progressing, but in fact regressing. It is possible that one may refute this assumption by presenting proofs of man’s progress to the contribution of humanity. However, man’s special skills have also led to his destruction e.g. numerous types of drugs are researched and manufactured to protect and enhance these special skills of man. But these proofs are actually delusions which can be understood with a little thought.

The increase in numbers of an entity does not prove the increase of advancement or progress of that entity. A correct conclusion can be achieved after pondering carefully at all factors. For example, 200 years ago in a community of 100 thousand people, within 10 years it was found that there was an increase of 10 thousand perfectly healthy and strong people amongst them. On the contrary, nowadays there is not such a high rate of increase of healthy people in communities. In fact in a community of 100 thousand people, one will find the rate of a maximum of 20 or 25 thousand and that too, most of them are weak, sick and disable. Now would you sincerely classify this as an increase or decrease? Excessive sickness, weak physique and decrease in productivity abnormal to natural growth rate clearly proves that the productive sperm or special powers of the humankind were not only hindered in progress but also not protected as it should have been, otherwise such a situation would not have prevailed.

If a single seed is planted in the correct season and environment and cared for strictly according to the rules of cultivation, then there is a great hope of a healthy harvest. But if the same seed is unsystematically cultivated certainly there will be no seedling, crop or harvest. If by chance such seeds do sprout, then the crop will not be healthy and if by chance the crop is healthy and produces fruit, then this fruit will certainly not be healthy with a high rating quality.

The same applies to the seed of the human (sperm) when it is haphazardly thrown on infertile or polluted places or illegitimately planted. The end result of such transaction will indeed produce disastrous and non-progressive societies. There is no shortage of doctors and medications, yet there is a huge population of sick people seeking medical assistance. The situation of treatment and medication is similar to patching a hole with an old feeble piece of cloth to hide the hole or constantly topping oil in an engine with blown rings and bearings just to carry on moving. It is therefore most important on all sensible persons for the sake of salvation and protecting the real essence of man to formulate methods of correctly utilizing its special powers blessed by its Creator, ALLAH SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala.

وَاحْفَظْ مَنِيُكَ مَااسْتَطَعْتَ فَاِنَّهُ
 ؛ مَاءُ الحَيوةِ يراقَ فيِ الاَرْحَامِ
Protect your sperm as much as you can for verily,
It is the water of life stored in the delicate womb.
By the virtue of my personal experience, I can safely say that if 100 sick young male and female come to me, I will find 99 of them suffering from the weakness of the same essence (sperm). Certain medications do tone and give it strength; and a prop offers help to one with a broken hip, but this provides short term help to the disturbed or contaminated real essence and characteristic of man. This short term help also depends on the extent of damage.

But as far as the concept of protecting and serving the purity of the human race is concerned, this is not possible by medication or instruments. In fact, in these disturbed times, the lives of people become senseless and bewildered when they correctly or incorrectly use their special powers. Thus, the theory of “Adolescence is Madness” comes to mind. The earnest contribution of an intelligent physician is that he, on the one hand, wisely treats his patients professionally and, on the other hand, inculcates moral ethics in the minds of the youth who are entangled in the stormy oceans of lust and temptations of adolescence. Always build a protective wall around a spring to contain and protect it so that everyone can benefit from its nourishment otherwise its water will go to waste. No matter how severe the storm of the ocean, a well trained pilot will steer his ship safely through it. If a river is controlled and channeled correctly, it will irrigate and nourish the lands with new life, but an unprotected river in a storm will burst its banks and destroy everything in its path like a wild animal on rampage.

In this modern age many Ministries (e.g. Health) are researching and formulating methods and chemicals to combat diseases and spending millions to achieve this. Every municipality is loaded with files of problems and thousand of workers and specialist are employed to solve them. But, is there any ministry or municipality of any country in the world that is concerned about the security and correct usage of the essence of man and the protection of its misuses? Are any governments of the worlds concerned about the contamination and sickness that are spreading because of the misuse of this divinely misused essence? Which country in the world is struggling to rectify or stop the corruption of abuse of the core of humankind that is destroying nations and threatening its future generations?

But alas! The think-tanks of governments are totally ignorant or careless of this important reality. A true and sincere person will be concerned and cry tears of blood when he sees the destruction of a nation and its youth. The reader will find the drops of these same tears of blood scattered in the contents of this book and this is my first step in the service of the present day youth and its future generation. The pages of this book are no illusions or fantasies nor are they theory or medical prescriptions or speculations of lawmakers and theories of scientists. They are sincere words from the depths of the heart soaked in pain and concern for the youth of the world.

May my words through the Lord of the Universe have a profound impact on the hearts of humankind. Oh Merciful ALLAH! Let these words be source of guidance for all those who are astray from Your righteous path… Aameen!!

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Shab E Barat Prayers, Hadith, Ibadat And Fazeelat Or Dua everything will be here, Shaban month has its own importance in the heart of every Muslims as this is the month of special blessings. Allah has favoured the Muslims in this month so that they have a mean of Blessings, Salvation and Forgiveness. Many Hadiths are in front of us telling the importance ofShabEBarat. The 15th Night of Shaban is called as ShabE Baratin urdu orLaylatAl-Bara’ah. The meaning of this word is night of Salvation, Seeking freedom from Azaab and Calamity and a night of Barkaat and acceptance. So here are some Shab E Barat Prayers, Hadith, Ibadat And Fazeelat Or Dua so that you pray in front of God for your previous sins.

Shab E Barat Prayers & Ibadat

             Assalamu ‘Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu

            Bismillaah hirrahman-nirraheem

  • ASALATU WASALAMU ALAYKA YA RASULLALLAH Salla Allahu ta’ala ‘alayhi wa Sallam14th Shabaan: After maghrib namaz read 2 rakat nawafil after surah faetha read last 3 ayats of surah hasahr and 25 times surah ikhlas this namaaz is good for pardoning of sins.15th shabaan :- 1) On this auspicious night, you should perform fresh Ghusal and Wudhu and perform the two Rakaat of Tahhiyatul Wudhu. In every Rakaat, after the Suratul Fatiha, you should read Ayatul Kursi once and Surah Ikhlas three times2)After sunset, you should recite “La Hawla walaa Quwwata illa Billahil-aliyil Azeem” forty times with three times Durood Shareef before and after. It is mentioned that by reciting this, Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’alawill forgive forty years of your sins and forty Hoors will await to serve you in Jannatul Firdous.3)Read 2 nawafil in each rakat after surah fateha recite ayat ul qursi once, surah ikhlas 15 times after salaam recite Darood Shareef one hundred times4) Read 8 nawafil with 4 salaams, in every rakat after surah fateha recite surah Qadar once, surah ikhlas 25 times good for pardoning of sins.5) Read 8 nawafil with 2 salaams, in every rakat after surah fateha recite surah ikhlas 10 times.6)) Read 14 nawafil with 7 salaams, in every rakat after surah fateha recite surah Kafiroon pnce, surah Ikhlas once, suraf Falaq once, Surah Naas once, after salaam recite ayat ul qursi once good for acceptance of duas.

    7) After maghrib read 6 nawafil with 3 salaams after 2 rakat recite surah yaseen once, surah ikhlas 21 times and then recite dua nisf shabaan.


8) Its Good if you visit the graveyard15th Shabaan1) After zuhar namaaz read 4 nawafil with 2 salaams first rakat after surah fateha recite surah zalzaal once surah ikhlas 10 times, second rakat after surah fateha read surah takasur once surah ikhlas 10 times, third rakat after surah fateha recite surah kafiroon 3 times surah ikhlas 10 times, fourth rakat after surah fateha recite ayat ul qursi 3 times surah ikhlas 10 times.2) Recite the Quran Shareef3) Recite Darood Shareef4) Read salat ul tasbeeh (*See below how to offer Salat-ul-Tasbih)5) After Isha namaaz recite surah qadar 10 times , angels will pray for jannat for you.6) Read last rukooh of surah bakra7) Read surah Yaseen 3 times8) Recite surah Duhaan 7 times

9) Keep a fast.

Taken from Majmooa o Waziaf by Imam Ahmed Raza Radi Allahu anhu

*Salatul Tasbih
For forgiveness of All Sins

Benefits of Salat-Ul-Tasbih

Our Master Prophet Mohammed (Sallallaho Alihiwassallam) said to his uncle (father’s brother) Sayyiduna Abbass (may Allah be pleased with him) Oh uncle shall I not give you Shall I not grant you Shall I not award you Shall I not do mercy on you When you do 10 things Allah will forgive your sins: of the future and of the past; new and old; those you have forgotten and those you did knowingly; big and small; hidden and revealed. Then he (Sallallaho Alihiwassallam) explained the taught the way to pray Salatul Tasbih and then said if you can pray this salah once a day, if you can not pray once a day then every Friday, and even if this is not possible then once a month and even if this is not possible then once a year and even if this is not possible then at least once in a lifetime (Abu’Dawood & Tirimzi)

How to perform Salatul Tasbih?

This salaat (namaz) is offered in four rakat at a time and can be read in any part of the day and night besides Zawal and Sunrise and Sunset makrooh times, keeping in mind the forbidden times for performing Salat (namaaz). But is is preferred before Zuhr (Fatawa Alamgeeri)

The Tasbih to be read in Salaat-Ul-Tasbeeh:
” Subhaan Allahi Wal Hamdulillahi Wa Laa ilaha illal Laahu Wallahu Akbar “


Goal is to recite above Tasbih 300 times in Four Rakah with the following method.
In the first rakaat, after reading Sana “Subhaana Kallahumma…”, read the above tasbih 15 times.
Now recite Aaoz “Aoozubillah…”, Bismillah “Bismillah…”, Then read sura Fatiha and a Surah or minimum of three small Ayayhs then read the tasbih 10 times again.
Go to ruku saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar), after reciting “Subhaana Rabbiyal Azeem” minimum of three times read the tasbih 10 times in Ruku.
Saying “Samee Allahu Liman Hamidah Rabbana Lakal Hamdh” get up from ruku to qiyam position.
Now read the tasbih 10 times.
Go to Sajdah saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar) and after reciting “Subhaana Rabbiyal A’la” minimum of three times read the tasbih 10 times in Sajdah.
Now go after first Sajdah go to Jalsa (sitting position) saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar). Sitting in Jalsa read tasbih 10 times.
Go to sajda again saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar) and after reciting “Subhaana Rabbiyal A’la” minimum of three times read the tasbih 10 times in Sajdah again.
Get up to begin 2nd rakat saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar).
Do rakah #2 in same fashion, but before reading Bismillah “Bismillah…”, and Surah Fatiha, read the tasbih 15 times. Follow the rest as you did in first Rakat.
After second Sajdah of Second Rakat sit in Qaidah Oola (first sitting) read Attahiyat, Durood and Dua then get up for 3rd rakaat without saying Salam.
Begin third Rakat, just like the first Rakat, with Sana “Subhaana Kallahumma…”, read the above tasbih 15 times. Follow the rest as you did in first Rakat untill you sit for Qaidah Akihra (last sitting) after second sajdah of fourth Rakah.
In Qaidah Akihra Attahiyat, Durood, Dua finish Salah with Salam.

Special notes for Salat-Ul-Tasbih:

1) Do not count loudly. It will break Salah
2) Do not count on fingers or by holding a Bead Tasbih in hand. It is Makruh.
3) You may count by pressing the fingers as a reminder. For example if you are in Ruku. You me press pinky of your right hand first for the first count, then the finger next to it for second count, then the middle finger for third count, following this method untill you reach the pinky of left hand will give you an exact count of ten. Use the same method in Qayam, Sajdah and Jalsa.
4) If missed a count then make it up in the next posture. For example if forgot to recite Tasbih after Surah in Qayam. Then you may recite Tasbish 20 times instead of 10 in Rukuh after “Subhaana Rabbiyal Azeem”. Missed Tasbih cannot be recited in Qayam after ruku and Jalsa between Sajdah. If you missed the Tasbih in Ruku then recite 20 in the first Sajdah instead of the Qayam after rukuh. Similarly if missed the Tasbih in first Sajdah then do not make it up in Jalsa. Instead recite missed tasbih in the second Sajdah. If Tasbih has been missed in last sajdah of second or fourth Rakah then you can recite the missed ones before Attahiyat in Qaidah.
5) If you miss a wajib in Salah and have to do Sajdah Sahaw. You dont have to recite Tasbih in Sajdah sahoo, since the 300 count has been estalished. But if you had missed Tasbih in any of the postures and remeber it now. Then you may recite the missed Tasbih in Sajdah Sahaw now.
6) It is preferable to recite after Surah Fatiha Sura Takathuur in the first raka’, Surah Wal A’sr in the second raka’, Surah Kaferoon (qul ya aiyuhal Kafiroon) in the third and Surah Akhlas (Qul hu Allah-hu ahd) in the fourth raka’. If one does not remember these surah they can recite the ones they prefer.

May Allah accept this dua’ (supplication) for the sake of the trustworthy PROPHET MOHAMMED (S.A.W.W.)(Allah’s Grace & Peace be upon him)

Jazakallah Kum Khairiyan