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Ali ibn Abi Talib Quotes

Posted: September 24, 2013 in Islam, Wisdom, Wisdom
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  • A poor man is like a foreigner in his own country.
  • Do for this life as if you live forever, do for the afterlife as if you die tomorrow.
  • He who doesn’t tolerate the bitterness of medicine will have lasting pain.
  • When a dishonorable person’s rank increases in society, he cares less about its people. An honorable person would do the opposite.
  • He’s truly your brother who will forgive your mistake, meet your need, accept your excuse, cover your imperfection, expel your fear, and fulfill your expectation.
  • Many tough problems are overcome by leniency.
  • Nothing raises a person like his endeavor, and nothing degrades him like self-indulgence.
  • Nobility is three traits: being generous although you have little to give, tolerating without being humiliated, and abstaining from asking for favors.
  • Four virtues, whoever has them will have the good of this world and the afterworld: honesty of speech, rendering of trusts (being trustworthy), eating from lawful sources, and possessing good manners.
  • Visiting one’s relatives prolongs life and increases wealth.
  • Today there are deeds and no judgment, and tomorrow there will be judgment and no deeds.
  • The best favor done to others is saving those who are desperate.
  • I did not blame someone for revealing my secret, because I could not hide it myself.
  • Faith is: patience during difficulty and thankfulness during prosperity.
  • A worshiper without knowledge is like the mill donkey; it rotates but it does not leave its place.
  • Asceticism helps you bear disasters easily.
  • There is no friend for the arrogant.
  • There are two kinds of people: those who seek but cannot find, and those who found but still want more.
  • The fiercest enemies of any human are his own anger and craving, and whoever controls them will ascend and reach his purpose.
  • Befriending evil people makes you evil, just like the wind: if it passes through a stinking place, it carries a stinking smell.
  • Wisdom is a tree which sprouts in the heart and fruits on the tongue.
  • Silence is composure and safety.
  • Whoever is content will be honorable and rich.
  • Honesty saves you, even if you fear it.
  • Patience insures victory.
  • Don’t be happy with wealth and comfort, and don’t be unhappy with poverty and suffering, because gold is tested with fire, and the believer is tested with trials.
  • Knowledge is the root of all good.
  • Forgiveness is the best victory.
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Eid Mubarak

Posted: August 8, 2013 in Celebrations, Islam, Prayer
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May this ……
Eid bring God Endless Blessings.
Eid bring Fun, Eid bring Happiness.
Eid bring fresh love ….
EID MUBARAK to You with all best wishes.

Muslims pray together in Moscow at Eid al-Fitr

These types of stereotypes and misinformation about Islam and Muslims are often blamed on ignorance, and many argue that education is the best way to dispell these misconceptions. However, when it comes to outright bigotry, Aslan argues that the problem isn’t ignorance. Bigotry stems from fear, he says—and fear cannot be quelled through education.

“The only way that you can battle fear is through relationships,” he explains. “Polls show that if you just know one Muslim that it cuts in half your negativity rating of Islam…because if you know a person…then you can’t see him as just a symbol.” Further, he says that the simple act of “opening up [your] eyes and looking around,” can change many of the outlandish beliefs about the Eastern world—simply by taking the time to understand how nonsensical most of them are.

Top 10 misconceptions about Islam

http://listverse.com/2009/07/10/top-10-misconceptions-about-islam/

Fatima Al-fihri a woman from Morocco who dedicated her wealth to build the first and the the oldest university in the world. This university is called Al-Karaouine.

The historic university is actually recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest degree-granting university in the world. Moreover, UNESCO considers Al-Karaouine to have been a university since its founding.

http://www.moroccoworldnews.com/2012/10/59056/al-karaouin-of-fez-the-oldest-university-in-the-world/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatima_al-Fihri