Ramadan Kareeemmmm mubaraaak
^.^ isnt the above pic jus so cute an awsome al 3yn al farsi Persian Eye
i was too excited i couldnt wait for Ramadan i started fastin 3 days earlier looool since jom3ah yaaaaaaaa!!!
This is the only deed that Allah SWT wants done for himself :)
Prophet Muhammed (Sallalaho 3leiho Wa Sallam) said, that Allah (sub7ana Wa Ta3ala) said: "All rhe deeds of a man are for himself ecept for fasting, wich is for ME & i shall reward it MYSELF."
[Sa7i7 Al Bu5ari: Fath # 1904]
and here is more Hadiths Regarding Ramadan
Messenger of Allah (SWT) said, : "whoever fasts Ramadan out of faith and the hope of reward, all his previous sins will be forgiven." [Sa7i7 Al-Bu5ari: Fath # 37 ]
Prophet Mu7ammad (SAWS) said, "The supplications (du'a = do3a2) of 3 groups of ppl are not rejected; the du3a2 (supplications) of the fasting (sawm) person when he is breaking his fast, the do3a2 of the just imam & the do3a2 of the oppressed." [Tirmidhee, ibn Majah & Ibn Hiban]
"O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may attain Taqwa(piety)." [
so this is Tarawee7 /Tarawih/تراويح
if ppl donno what means here :
Tarawih (Arabic: تراويح) refers to extra prayers performed by Muslims at night in the Islamic month of Ramadan. They are not compulsory; however, many Muslims pray these prayers in the night during Ramadan.
here is an Overview of it:
Tarawih prayers are prayed in pairs of two and can be prayed in at least 20 raka‘āt according to the two major schools (Hanafis, Shafi'i) of Islam. Some believe that 8, 12 or 20 can be read. Malikis say that it is 36. Due to varying numbers, the number of prayers performed is broad in scope. This prayer is performed only during Ramadan of the Islamic calendar after Salāt of Isha'a. Muslims believe it is customary to attempt a khatm "complete recitation" of the Qur'an in Ramadan by reciting at least one juz' per night in tarawih. Tarawih prayers are considered optional, not mandatory
Sunni Muslims view:
A majority of Sunni Muslims regard the Tarawih prayers as Sunnat al-Mu'akkadah, a salaat that was performed by the Islamic prophet Muhammad very consistently. Sunni Muslims believe tarawih is a Sunnah salat and may be performed at home if one is unable to attend a Masjid. According to this tradition, Muhammad initially prayed the tarawih in congregation during Ramadan. He prayed in congregation for three consecutive nights but discontinued this practice out of fear that it would be made mandatory, rather than sunnah. During the time when Umar ibn al-Khattab was the Caliph, he reinstated the praying of Tarawih in congregation since the Prophet Muhammad had passed away and as such there was no longer any misapprehension of it being made mandatory
Shia Muslim view:
The traditions for Ismaili and Twelvers and Zaydis differ on the issue. This ranges from some Twelver Shias who are of the opinon that the prayer is a bid'ah. However, some Zaydis have been known to regard it as sunnah.
yes i read both all time. Sunni and Shi3ah view as my baba is a Shi3a Shei5 and my mama is sunni kordi family and only say "deen al kitab (al mus7af) and Prophet Mu7ammad SAWS) << like this only
so i get read both but like i follow mostly Sunni stuff
like i am Shi3ah but ahl al Hadith
like i dont belive Tarawee7 is Bid'3ah OMA (Oh My Allah SWT) never!! is not Bid'3ah jus prophet Mu7ammad SAWS wanted ppl not to think is mandatory rather jus sunnah
here is what Bid'3ah is:
Bid‘ah (Arabic: بدعة) is any type of innovation in Islam. Though innovations in worldly matters, such as science, medicine and technology are acceptable and encouraged, Bid‘ah within the religion is considered a sin, and the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, stated as such:
'A'isha reported Allah's Messenger as saying: He who innovates things in our affairs for which there is no valid (reason) (commits sin) and these are to be rejected.
—Aisha, Translation of Sahih Muslim, Book 18: The Book Pertaining to Judicial Decisions (Kitab Al-Aqdiyya)
Allah's Apostle said, "If somebody innovates something which is not in harmony with the principles of our religion, that thing is rejected."
—Aisha, Translation of Sahih Bukhari, Book 49: Peacemaking
Similar statements are found in other verses of the Qur'an and other Hadith as well
According to Sunni Islam:
Generally bid‘ah in religious terms is referred to as anything which was not sanctioned by Muhammad or his Sahabah (companions)
Sunni Islamic scholars have divided bid'ah into two types: innovations in worldly matters and innovations in religious matters.
Bid‘ah as a sin is ranked right below shirk, which makes it the second biggest sin
In worldly matters:
Sunni Muslim scholars have divided bid‘ah in worldly matters into two types
Innovations that are purely good - these are permissible under Islamic law. This can include anything from inventions such as watches, to customs and culture, given they don't violate Sharia.
1. Innovations that are purely evil - these are forbidden under Islamic law. Examples of this type of bid'ah include alcohol, or, in modern times, the discovery and synthesis of new intoxicants.
In religious matters:
Religious innovation means inventing a new way of worshipping God that was not originally included in the message that Islamic tradition claims was revealed to Muhammad. There is much criticism of bid‘ah in the Qur'an and Sunnah, according to Sunni Islam, with Muhammad, his companions, and predecessors all complaining about innovation - particularly the four Sunni Imams, Abū Ḥanīfa, Malik ibn Anas, Muhammad ibn Idris ash-Shafi`i, and Ahmad ibn Hanbal.
He who innovates (an act or practice) or gives protection to an innovator, there is a curse of Allah and that of His angels and that of the whole humanity upon him.
—Muhammad, Translation of Sahih Muslim, Book 9: The Book of Divorce (Kitab Al-Talaq)
So whoever innovates in it an heresy (something new in religion) or commits a crime in it or gives shelter to such an innovator, will incur the curse of Allah, the angels and all the people,...
—Muhammad, Translation of Sahih Bukhari, Book 80: Laws of Inheritance (Al-Faraa'id)
`Abd Allah ibn `Umar said: "Every innovation is misguidance, even if the people see it as something good."
Ibn 'Abbaas also said: "Indeed the most detestable of things to Allaah are the innovations."
Sufyaan ath-Thowree mentions: "Innovation is more beloved to Iblees than sin, since a sin may be repented from but innovation is not repented from" and "Whoever listens to an innovator has left the protection of Allaah and is entrusted with the innovation".
Al-Fudayl bin 'Iyaad mentions: "I met the best of people, all of them people of the Sunnah and they used to forbid from accompanying the people of innovation".
Hasan al-Basri mentions: "Do not sit with the people of innovation and desires, nor argue
with them, nor listen to them".
Ibraaheem ibn Maysarah mentions: "Whoever honours an innovator has aided in the destruction of Islaam."
Al-Hasan ibn 'Ali al-Barbahari mentions: "The innovators are like scorpions. They bury their heads and bodies in the sand and leave their tails out. When they get the chance they sting; the same with the innovators who conceal themselves amongst the people, when they are able, they do what they desire."
Abu Haatim said: "A sign of the people of innovation is their battling against the people of Narrations."
Abu 'Uthmaan as-Saaboonee said: "The signs of the people of innovation are clear and obvious. The most apparent of their signs is their severe enmity for those who carry the reports of the Prophet."
Muhammad ibn al Uthaymeen, a prominent modern day scholar of Islam, wrote: "And there is no such thing in Islaam as bid’ah hasanah (good innovation)."
When a religious innovation is implemented, it is generally felt that the innovator is assuming that the Sunnah is not good enough, that he must resort to something "better." Even though this statement would be an admission of disbelief - there are some innovations that contain shirk and there are some which allow someone to remain a Muslim, while his action is rejected (regardless of any sincerity it might have had).
 According to Shia IslamAccording to Shia Islam the definition of bid'ah is anything that is introduced to Islam as either being fard, mustahabb, makruh or haram and/or that contradicts the Qur'an or hadith.
Any new good practice that is practiced that does not contradict the Qur'an or hadith is permissible. However, it is not permissible to say that a new good practice (that does not contradict the Qur'an or hadith) is obligatory or highly recommended.
As a general rule in Shi'a belief, anything is permissible except whatever is prohibited through divine revelation such as the Qur'an or hadith.
for Tarawee7 prayer
i mean whats better than reading the Qur'an once in during Ramadan!!!
wat was they thinkin??? lol (shi3az who say is Bid'3ah , how can something like reading Qur'an and praying and following sunnah of Prophet Mu7ammad SAWS be Bid3'ah?? i mean commmon now ppl!!!
some ppl read Qur'an like 4 x during Ramadan!! i mean Mashaaaa'Allaaaaah 3leikommm!!
to whoevea does!
ma fav month of the Whole yr!!! Ramadan!! yaY!! finaly is Monday soon! (tomor)
^^^^ above face is on da fone tellin all ma frnds loooooool
8 is supose to be the fone lol
phonoholic<<< lol i got 5 iphone 4Gz loool
i use one for ma celly one for ma txting one for as a camera one as a email checker and one for musica :)
yaaay it is 5:17 pm
and iftaar is @ 9 pm (well 8:57 yaaay :p)
fun Ramadan Pix
ye one of ma favzz id da BK one!! how dope is daaat!!??? jajaja yaaay
me love it long timE!!
i want BK now ~_~
Well take care y’all