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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Tips on How to Treat Our Mothers

I have seen many peoples treating there mother not well,have lots of conflicts with mother…so,Here is a list of tips on how to treat your mothers..These include the tips which can be done by son and daughter..

Allah says in Quran :

And We have enjoined on man (to be dutiful and good) to his parents. His mother bore him in weakness and hardship upon weakness and hardship, and his weaning is in two years give thanks to Me and to your parents, unto Me is the final destination. [Noble Quran 31:14]

They carried us in their wombs for nine months, then endured the pain of labor, and then nurtured us and did everything for us when we were helpless babies and children; they bear the teenage years with patience and advice.

I hope this compilation of ways on how to treat our mothers will put a smile on the faces of your mothers, and let them know we have not forgotten what they go through. A smile with a warm embrace.

  • Saying thanks often.
  • An offer to wash up the dishes.
  • A cup of tea without her asking.
  • Recite her favorite Surah,
  • Tidy round after she goes to bed, so that when she wakes up the house is tidy.
  • Buy her little ornaments for round the house so when she sees them she remembers you.
  • Rub her feet (after all, that’s where Paradise is).
  • Phone your mum just to tell her you love her.
  • Buy her surprise gifts.
  • Go to her when she calls you.
  • Write a poem for her.
  • If you’re on the phone, and your mother is asking something tell the person to wait.
  • Cook for her.
  • Let her teach you to cook even if you know, she will enjoy the fact that you’re coming to her to ask.
  • Bring your wife to her to learn how to cook, she will enjoy teaching her your favorite recipes, and both of you praise her cooking.
  • Clean the house without your mum having to ask.
  • Tell her how happy you are that she is a part of your life and your own families.
  • Always take your mothers side in front of your wife and mother over differing opinions; you can appease your wife later on out of sight.
  • Give her money to treat herself.
  • Make breakfast for her.
  • Go to get the shopping for her.
  • If your mother likes to get the shopping, in then be patient with her as she goes up and down the aisles.
  • Do your own washing and ironing.
  • Spread the salaam when you leave and return from the home.
  • Comb her hair.
  • Massage her shoulders.
  • Do well in school
  • Pray all your prayers on time
  • Help with your younger siblings so she can put her feet up.
  • Teach your younger siblings to also help around the house, a mother needs time for her Ibadah too; her Ibadah should not have to fit around housework all the time.
  • Look good and smell nice and be polite so that you’re a good example of her upbringing.
  • Don’t always have your mum waking you up for prayer; try to wake her up instead.
  • Help her with new technology, this stimulates her brain and keeps her mentally fit.
  • Take an interest in her hobbies. If its sewing making sure she has all the things she needs. Ooo and ahhh, at her creations.
  • Listen to lectures together; watch programs together this is what makes the bond stronger between you.
  • Take the bins out and remember to bring them in, once they are emptied, this chore is something Muslim mums don’t like as they have to cover them selves all up to take it out.
  • If affordable, try to buy her the best and freshest food at the supermarket
  • Take her out for drives in the car, especially if you live in the city take her to the countryside, go with the whole family and take a picnic.
  • When you drive make sure you remember that there is a fragile vessel beside you, who would like to see what’s out of the window rather than a blur because you’re speeding. No white knuckle rides please.
  • Ask your mother about her youth, most mothers love recalling their past
  • Be good to her relatives and her friends
  • Name some of your children after her side of the family, as a lot of the time it’s the dad who chooses her children’s names.
  • Have a good relationship with your brothers and sisters; there is nothing more worrying to a mother than seeing her children at odds with one another.
  • Never raise your voice or speak in a harsh tone to your mother.
  • Tell her regularly what’s going on in your life, don’t let her hear your news from others.
  • Seek her opinion in all major decisions, she has been there and done that.
  • Always thank and praise her for the good job she has done over the years.
  • Kiss her when you go and come from the house.
  • Make Du’a for her
  • Always ask her to make Du’a for you and your family, this brings her closer to your family.
  • Ring your mother if you’re going to be late getting home.
  • Try not to stay out too late, as she will not sleep till you’re safely inside.
  • Be patient when she is not feeling well, bring her all she needs, and go with her to the doctors so she has support.
  • Remind your mother to be a good Muslimah , and tell her heart softening stories and about paradise and hell.
  • Read to her Islamic books
  • What ever you learned in a gathering or class, share it with her.
  • Remind her to read Surah al-Kahf on Fridays
  • Take her to the mosque if she wishes to go.
  • Make sure she has contact with other good sisters who will increase her Iman.
  • Take her to her friends yourself or arrange transport.
  • Invite her to your house at the weekend.
  • Take cooked food to her, to give her a rest.
  • Encourage her to do the Sunnah fasts, and then break fast with each other.
  • Know what makes your mother smile and do it often.
  • Be an active and a productive member of society. Mothers are happy when they see this.
  • Buy your mum flowers, the smell and prettiness of flowers do wonders.
  • Lead your mother and family in the Salah.
  • Get married and choose a spouse who your mother approves of.
  • Choose a wife who is soft hearted and will treat your mother well.
  • Don’t put off jobs that need done around the house.
  • Remind her always of the traps of the Shaytan, remind her to do her daily Adkhars.
  • Choose your own friends wisely.
  • Pay for her to do Hajj and Umrah and go with her.
  • Don’t remind her of how much you spent on her.
  • Look after her health, reminding her of the benefits of a good diet and some exercise.
  • Always ask your mums advice about your own household, this makes her happy and lets her know you value her opinion.
  • If there is any problem with your wife and mother, then never carry tales saying what the other said as most of that is done in anger.
  • Read Ruqya Ayat over water and give her it to drink.
  • Buy her beauty products, and perfumes.
  • Be there when there is any lifting to be done.
  • Let her listen and correct your mistakes, when you’re memorizing Quran.
  • Always intervene in any disputes between your parents calmly.
  • Give her some money from your salary every month, so she can save for something she wants to buy, or to give in charity.
  • Lay your head in each others lap, you might be 12 or 40 but in your mothers eyes you’re still her child.
  • Give charity on her behalf regularly.
  • Give charity on behalf of her deceased relatives.
  • Buy her gold, women like it and it’s an investment.
  • Listen to her complaints with understanding, and give her solutions that she can imply to make her life better.
  • Walk at her pace with her on the inside protected from the road.
  • If she wants to share what’s in her glass with you, drink from the same side she drank from.
  • Just like children who need quality time, give this to your mother also.
  • Serve her first with the food.
  • When you give her a drink, wait till she has finished then take away her glass.
  • Use affectionate terms for her and other motherly terms of affection.
  • When you see her doing something wrong, even in that disobedience treat her gently and with the upmost respect.
  • Always open the door for her.
  • Try to always speak in her mother tongue, and if your not then translate word for word, so she does not feel left out.
  • Remind her of the rights Islam has bestowed on the mother, and tell her good stories of how others treat their mothers.
  • Never cut your mother off when she is speaking, and be patient when she cuts you off.
  • Sit at her feet and listen to what she is saying.
  • Make her a large part of your grandchildren’s lives; always bring them over to visit.
  • Teach your own children to respect their grandparents as well.
  • If you are in a class and you are unsure as to why mum is calling then leave the class to answer the call.’
  • When you’re angry with each other, don’t leave the house, and don’t refuse her food, or any attempts your mother makes to make amends, try to be the first one to defuse the situation.
  • Always knock on her bedroom door before entering
  • Don’t enter into debates that you know will irritate each other, especially in the morning and at night.

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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Majority of Women in Hell fire!

O’ my beloved sisters in Islam;

do not occupy yourself with worldy desires such as following the daily trends of fashion,watching Bollywood movies,

singing and dancing to tunes which contain statements that are forbidden in Islam,

do not freely mix yourself amongst men (Muslim/non-Muslim),

do not leave your homes dressed to impress the evil within society,

do not pose with high heels,

do not display yourself openly while you are covered,

do not draw attention by actting foolishly in the streets,

protect yourself from the evil within you,

the cursed Shaytaan, and the evil that you drag with you.

Wake up! and realize you are not promised tomorrow.

Repent to your Lord, the Oft-forgiving, Most Merciful.

Ask for guidance, patience, and strength.

May Allah, the Most High, protect us and guide us so that our ultimate goal in this life is to obtain His Pleasure ;

Ameen

“Know they not that whoever opposes and shows hostility to Allaah and His Messenger, certainly for him will be the fire of Hell to abide therein? That is extreme disgrace”. (9:63)

Most of the sinners amongst the monotheists who enter Hell will be women, as is reported in as-Saheehayn, via Ibn ‘Abbaas: in the khutbah given during a solar eclipse, the Prophet (sallahu’alayhi wa sallam) said,

“I saw Hell and I saw that most of its inhabitants were women”.

Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri reports:

The Prophet (sallahu’alayhi wa sallam) said,

“O women give in charity, for I have seen that you form the majority of the people of Hell.”

They asked, “Why is that so, O Messenger of Allaah (saw)?”

He said, “Because you curse too much and are ungrateful for good treatment”.

(al-Bukhaari and Muslim)

Usaamah ibn Zayd reported that the Prophet (sallahu’alayhi wa sallam) said:

“I stood at the gate of Hell, and saw that most of those who entered were women”.

(al-Bukhaari and Muslim)

Muslim reports from ‘Imraan ibn Husayn (ra) that the Prophet (sallahu’alayhi wa sallam) said,

“Few of the inhabitants of Paradise are women”.

This does not contradict the fact that every man in Paradise will have more than one wife. What is referred to by the women who will be the majority of the inhabitants of Hell is women who are descendants of Aadam: the inhabitants of Paradise will have many wives from among al-Hoor al-‘Iyn.

“Women will be few among the inhabitants of Paradise because in most cases they prefer the immediate pleasures of this life, as they are less wise and unable to keep the Hereafter in mind. They are too weak to strive and prepare themselves for it, and are more inclined towards this world. In spite of all this, they are the strongest factor in this world that distracts men from the Hereafter, because men are inclined to desire them and they are not concerned with the Hereafter. They are quick to follow those who call them to deviate from Islaam, and reluctant to follow those pious people who cal them to the Hereafter, and righteous deeds”. (al-Qurtubee, at-Tadhkirah, 1/369)

In spite of all this, there are many righteous women among them, who stay within the limits set by Allaah (swt), adhere to His laws, and obey Allaah (swt) and His Messenger. Many of these women will enter Paradise, and many of them excel over men in their faith and righteous deeds.

My dear sisters in Islaam, prove yourself wrong and be amongst the righteous women of Islaam. Dedicate yourself to obey the commands of your Lord, and His Messenger (sallahuàlayhi wa sallam) and realize that there is NO pleasure in other than which pleases your Creator.

O Muslimah!

Fear Your Lord!

Give charity and repent before its too Late!

O my dear sisters in Islam

Wear ur hijab – preserve ur modesty – say NO to envy and backbiting!

Be a practicing and exemplary muslimah for u are the PEAR OF ISLAM!!

May Allah bless u all..

Ameen

Written and composed by Prnxess IM

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The Beauty of a True Muslimah

Assalamualaikum beloved SistersInIslam,

May Allah forever guide us in preserving ur honour and dignity as true muslimahs. May Allah always forgive us and have Mercy on us and may Allah preserve and seal sisterhood with His Love and Light.

True muslimahs are just like the diamonds, protected and covered beneath the layers and layers of solid rocks, true muslimahs are also like the pearls protected and covered in shells down beneath the mighty ocean, but in reality more precious than the diamonds and pearls….. That’s the true beauty of being a true muslimah…………..

The beauty of a true Muslimah,
Is reflected thru her soul

Flowing with passion thru her eyes,
Growing in love with a glowing heart,
Revealing her internal beauty thru her acts,
Overflowing with love and comfort
As her life is full of compassion

She is like the tranquil hidden pearl,
Beneath the stormy wide ocean,
Her strength is her trust,
Her glamour is her modesty,
Her dignity is preserved,
Fearing Allah all the time
Living a life seeking Allah’s Redho and Love

Her aura of beauty is felt within
As she flourishes the lives of those she touches
With warmth and kindness
Her heart glowing with patience
As she nourishes the lives of those she touches
With understanding, sympathy and kindness
Her eyes glowing with love
As she binds hearts together
With her true beauty of sisterly love
In the name of love for Allah

“And say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that they should not display their beauty and ornaments except what must ordinarily appear thereof; that they should draw their veils over their bosoms and not display their beauty except to their husbands, their fathers, their husbands’ fathers, their sons, their husbands’ sons, their brothers, or their brothers’ sons or their sisters’ sons, or their women or the servants whom their right hands possess, or male servants free of physical needs, or small children who have no sense of the shame of sex, and that they should not strike their feet in order to draw attention to their hidden ornaments. And O you Believers, turn you all together towards Allah, that you may attain Bliss.” (Al Quran 24:31).


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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

O’ Muslim! Make Your Gaze Lower….

As temperatures soar and sweat pours down our faces, it is essential to remember this:

protect your eyes, and that does not mean wearing sunglasses, it means to lower our gaze – be careful of our glances..!!

In our culture today, as the temperature increases, so does the amount of exposed skin on people’s bodies. Although this is very distressing and disturbing, it has become a fact of life. In fact, those of us, especially our sisters wearing Hijab, who cover to guard their modesty are seen as strange…

It is in this instance, surrounded by half-naked people, that we must have the courage to follow the command of Allah and His Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) and lower our gazes.

Allah says:

“Do not go near fornication and adultery, it is an abomination and an evil way.”

(Quran 17:32).

This sin is so hateful in the sight of Our Lord, that He commanded us to not even go near it. Despite what anyone may say, looking upon that which one is not supposed to is going near adultery. For an illicit affair begins with a lustful glance. Allah wishes for us not to commit this ugly sin, and thus He commands us to lower our gazes:

“Tell the believing men that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that will make far greater purity for them; And Allah is well acquainted with all that they do. And tell the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty.” (Quran 24:30-31).

Lowering the gaze does not mean keeping our eyes constantly on the ground and not looking up at all. It is turning our faces away when we see a less-than-decently- dressed woman or man walking on the street in the middle of the day or at anytime.

THE ADULTERY OF THE EYES

The Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) further explained to us Allah’s command. Abu Hurayrah (r.a.) narrated that the Prophet (s.a.w.) said,

“(the adultery of the eyes is looking (at [that] which is not allowed)” (Bukhari, Muslim).

Also, on the authority of Jurayr (r.a.) who said, “I asked the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) about accidentally looking at something that is not allowed and he said, “Turn your eyes away.” (Muslim).

In another Hadith on the authority of Abu Sa’eed, (r.a.) the Prophet (s.a.w.) said,

“A man should not look at the Awrah of another man, and the woman should not look at the Awrah of another woman.” (Muslim).

Thus, our Prophet (s.a.w.) even instructed us to lower our gaze when looking at members of the same gender in some cases.

LOWERING FOR THE OTHERS’ NAKEDNESS

One common mistake is to think that lowering our gaze is only required upon encountering nakedness and indecency “in the flesh” or in person. Lowering our gaze must also be practiced when watching a film or television program replete with nakedness and intimate scenes of couples (actually, we should try to avoid watching such types of programs, period).

SEEK REFUGE OF ALLAH

Never underestimate the power of Dua.”

Sometimes, despite avoiding certain places where you are more likely to encounter an improperly dressed person, you may find someone walking on the street going to the beach or the park who decided to get ready for suntanning or swimming beforehand.

In these cases, lowering the gaze may be even harder. You weren’t expecting it, so you didn’t mentally prepare yourself.

If you feel overwhelmed, one suggested Dua to read is:

“Aouzo billahis Sami ‘il Aleem minash Shaytan ir Rajeem” (see Quran 41:36 for more information) .

A translation of this is: “I seek the refuge of Allah who is the Hearer and Who is the Knower from the Shaytan the accursed.”

In general, seek refuge in Allah. It has also been suggested to say “La hawla wa la Quwwata illa billah” (there is no power except with Allah). If we sincerely make Dua, Insha Allah, we can succeed in turning our eyes away.

LOWERING THE GAZE DOESN’T MEAN BEING ANTISOCIAL

But lowering our gaze does not mean being rude or antisocial.

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon you) used to sit in gatherings for spreading Islam..

JOIN – DEBATE – PARTICIPATE – GATHER – SPREAD THE WORDS OF ALLAH

However, this requires faith, self-control and discipline. This must never be used as an opportunity to indulge in these sins.

THE GAZE IS A PART OF A MUSLIM’S CHARACTER

A Muslim is decent and pure. This means all of his or her body must be decent and pure. A natural consequence of this is lowering the gaze.

Allah tells us: “O you who believe! Do not follow Satan’s footsteps: if any will follow the footsteps of Satan, he will command what is shameful and wrong…” (Quran: 24:21).

Looking at another man or woman in an indecent manner is following in Satan’s footsteps. It all begins with a lustful glance. Such a glance leads to lustful talk and flirting, then meeting and we are all aware of what comes next.

Let us stop Satan in his tracks and lower our gaze.

Let us start today. Yes, it is very difficult and it takes discipline and faith.

Yet, whenever we struggle to please Allah, He will reward us several times over in this life and the next.

May Allah guide all to true path..

Ameen

Written and composed By Prnxess *IM*

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When should a girl observe hijab

Praise be to Allah.

A person is not considered to be accountable until after reaching puberty. Before puberty he or she is not accountable, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

“The Pen has been lifted from three: from the child until he reaches puberty, from the sleeper until he wakes up, and from the one who has lost his mind until he recovers.” (Narrated by Abu Dawood, 4402).

Based on this, then a girl has to put on complete hijab when she reaches puberty.

There are three signs of puberty that males and females have in common:

1 – Nocturnal emissions (wet dreams)

2 – Growth of coarse hairs around the private parts

3 – Reaching the age of fifteen

In the case of females there is a fourth sign, which is:

4 – Menstruation

If one of these signs of puberty appears in a girl, then she is obliged to do all the obligatory duties and to avoid all haraam things. One of the obligatory  duties is wearing hijab.

But the parent or guardian of a girl has to make her get used to doing the obligatory duties and avoiding haraam things before puberty, so that she will grow up with that and it will not be too hard for her to adhere to that after she reaches puberty. This is one of the basic principles of child rearing that are established in sharee’ah.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

“Train your children to pray when they are seven years old, and smack them if they do not do so when they are ten, and separate them in their beds.”

Narrated by Abu Dawood, 495; Ahmad, 2/187, from the hadeeth of ‘Amr ibn Shu’ayb, narrated from his father from his grandfather.

Something similar was mentioned in the hadeeth of Saburah ibn Ma’bad which was narrated by Abu Dawood (494) and al-Tirmidhi (407). He said, it is hasan saheeh. The hadeeth was classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in al-Irwa’, 247.

Al-Bukhaari (1960) and Muslim (91136) narrated in their saheehs from al-Rubayyi’ bint Mu’awwidh the hadeeth concerning the fast of ‘Ashoora and when it was enjoined on the Muslims. In this hadeeth it says:

“And after that we used to fast it – meaning ‘Ashoora – and make our small children fast, and we would go to the mosque and make them toys out of wool, and if one of them cried for food we would give them that toy (to play with) until iftaar.”

According to a report narrated by Muslim: If they asked us for food, we would give them the toy to distract them until they completed their fast.

Al-Nawawi said in Sharh Saheeh Muslim (8/14): This hadeeth describes training children to do acts of obedience and making them get used to doing acts of worship, but they were not accountable.

Ibn al-Qayyim said in Tuhfat al-Mawdood bi Ahkaam al-Mawlood (p. 162):

“Even though the child is not accountable, his guardian is accountable and it is not permissible for him to enable him to do haraam things, so that he becomes used to them and it is difficult to wean him away from them afterwards.”

And Allaah knows best and is most wise.

So if a girl is approaching puberty, there is the fear that her not wearing hijab may cause young men to be tempted by her or her by them. Hence in this situation her parent or guardian has to make her wear hijab so as to prevent means that may lead to evil or immorality.

And Allaah knows best.


In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Characteristics of a Pious Wife

A pious woman’s priority is to seek the pleasure of Allah. She tries acquiring the qualities of a good wife by following the examples of the Prophet(Sallallahu alaiyhi wassallam) and obeying what is commanded in the Book of Allah. Complete obedience and adherence to the Sunnah of the Prophet(Sallallahu alaiyhi wassallam) and Quran is the best of a woman’s qualities.

Examples:

A woman is married for four reasons: for her wealth, for her fame, for her beauty and for her religion. So marry one for her religion and you will win. [Bukhari & Muslim]

Therefore the righteous women are devoutly obedient (to Allah and to their husbands) and guard in their husband’s absence what Allah orders them to guard (e.g. their honor, husbands property, etc) [4:34]

An-Nasaii narrated that the Prophet(Sallallahu alaiyhi wassallam) was asked

“Who are the best of women?”

He replied,

“The one who pleases him (her husband) if he looks at her, obeys him if he orders (her) and does not subject her honor or money to what he dislikes.”

Ibn Hibban narrated that the Prophet(Sallallahu alaiyhi wassallam) said,

“If a woman prayed five prayers, fasted in Ramadan, protected her honor and obeyed her husband; then she will be told (on the Day of Judgment): enter Paradise from any of its(eight) doors.”

Reflect on:

If a woman harms (in any way) her husband, then his wife in Paradise tells her: “Do not harm him, May Allah fight you, he is only staying temporarily with you. Soon he will come to us.” [Ahmad & At-Tirmithi]

If a man calls his wife to bed and she refuses till he slept while angry, then the Angels will curse her till the morning. [Muslim]

Allah does not look to the woman who does not appreciate her husband while she cannot stand his departing her. [An-Nasaii].

A woman does not fast while her husband is present without his permission, except in Ramadan. [Al-Bukhari & Muslim]

Any woman who asks her husband for divorce for no reason will not smell the fragrance of Paradise. [Sahih Al-Jamii]

The Prophet(Sallallahu alaiyhi wassallam) said,

“If I were to order anyone to bow down to other than Allah, I would order the wife to do so for her husband. By the One who owns the soul of Muhammad,if a wife does not fulfill her obligations towards her husband, then she will not have fulfilled her obligations towards Allah.” [Ahmad]

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