Ibn Seerin’s Dictionary of Dreams and Imam Jafar al-Sadiq Dictionary of Dreams – Islamic Dream

Islamic Dream Interpretation | Dream interpretation requires vast knowledge, clear perception, and sensi¬tivity. Such knowledge must be based on the fundamentals of one’s religion, inner spiritual values, moral and cultural traditions. The beginner in this field must know that there are two types of dreams: one type that comes from God Almighty, and the second type comes from satan. What is good comes from God Almighty, which is a type of revelation that comes to a righteous person and carries either glad tidings, or warnings. Such dreams also cause one’s heart to reflect upon his actions and to beware of heedlessness. – The Islamic Dream Interpretation, keys to interpreting your dreams successfully.

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Adad Calculator

A number system in which the 28 arabic alphabets are given a numerical value is called as abjad numerals. These numbers are also called as adad numbers. This online abjad calculator is used to find the equivalent numerical value of the word formed by the arab letters. In arabic, the alphabets are called as Abjadiyah.
Abjad Calculator

Click on Letter / Name to Insert Alphabets (Abjadiyah)
Letter ا ب ج د ه و ز ح ط
Name alif ba jeem dal ha waw za hay toin
Value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Letter ي ك ل م ن س ع ف ص
Name Ya Kaaf laam meem noon seen ayn fa saad
Value 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Letter ق ر ش ت ث خ ذ ض ظ غ
Name qaf ra sheen ta sa kha zal dhwad zoin ghayn

Value 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000

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Islam was revealed to the Prophet (Sura III: Ali-Imran--The Family of Imran, verse 19) “The Religion of Allah is Al-Islam,” and again (Sura V: Ma'idah--The Table Spread, verse 3) “This day I have approved al-Islam for you as a religion.” Islam is the verbal noun of “asalama”--to submit oneself to God.

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Surah Al-Baqarah(2)

Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem
1. Alif-Laaam-Meeem
2. Zaalikal Kitaabu laa raiba feeh; hudal lilmuttaqeen
3. Allazeena yu'minoona bilghaibi wa yuqeemoonas salaata wa mimmaa razaqnaahum yunfiqoon
4. Wallazeena yu'minoona bimaa unzila ilaika wa maaa unzila min qablika wa bil Aakhirati hum yooqinoon
5. Ulaaa'ika 'alaa hudam mir rabbihim wa ulaaa'ika humul muflihoon
6. Innal lazeena kafaroo sawaaa'un 'alaihim 'a-anzar tahum am lam tunzirhum laa yu'minoon
7. Khatamal laahu 'alaa quloobihim wa 'alaa sam'i-him wa 'alaaa absaarihim ghishaa watunw wa lahum 'azaabun 'azeem(section 1)
8. Wa minan naasi mainy yaqoolu aamannaa billaahi wa bil yawmil aakhiri wa maa hum bimu'mineen
9. Yukhaadi'oonal laaha wallazeena aamanoo wa maa yakhda'oona illaaa anfusahum wa maa yash'uroon
10. Fee quloobihim mara dun fazaadahumul laahu maradun wa lahum 'azaabun aleemum bimaa kaanoo yakziboon
11. Wa izaa qeela lahum laa tufsidoo fil ardi qaalo innamaa nahnu muslihoon

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Should Muslims read the Tawrat, Zabur and Injeel?

"If they (Jews and Christians) had observed the Torah and the Gospel and that which was revealed unto them from their Lord, they would have enjoyed happiness from every side. Among them there are people on the right course but many of them are of evil conduct."
(Quran, 'Al-Ma'ida' 5:66)

What are the Tawrat, Zabur and Injeel?

Muslims are commanded in the Quran, Surah 4, Al Nisa, verse 136, to believe in the books God revealed to the Jews and the Christians. The Tawrat is the Arabic equivalent of the Hebrew word 'Torah'. It is normally understood as the law that was revealed to Hazrat Musa (Surah 5, Al Ma'ida, verses 47-48a). However, the Tawrat also includes the rest of the books that are found in todays, 21st century Bible, the Old Testament, for the following reasons:

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A List Of Events During the Lifetime of Prophet (s.a.w) from the Time of his Call to Prophethood till his Death

- Beginning of the revelation (610 A.D.).
- Telling Waraqah ibn Nawfal about it .
- Ali, Khadija, Abu Bakr, Zaid ibn arithah embrace Islam.
- Abu Bakr attemps to propagate Islam publicly. ‘Uthman (ibn ‘Affan), Zubair, ‘Abdur-Raman ibn ‘Awf, Sa’d ibn Abu Waqqa, and alah ibn ‘Abdillah embrace Islam. ‘Amr ibn ‘Abasa, also called ibn ‘Anbasah, may Allah be pleased with him, embraces Islam. Khalid ibn Sa’ud, may Allah be pleased with him, embraces Islam.
- Preaching the message publicly
- The Shi’b matter
- Amzah, may Allah be pleased with him, embraces Islam.
- Emigration to Ethiopia (615 A.D.). (a delegation of) the Quraish go (to Ethiopia, where the Muslims had sought asylum and were protected by the Negus) to get the emigrants handed back to them
- The Ahifa matter. The Prophet (s.a.w) is informed that an agreement (written against him) has been eaten by termites.
- The mi’raj (the Prophet's ascension)
- Death of Khadija and death of Abu Talib

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Assalaamu Álaikum

A general greeting in Islamic culture, which means, "Peace be upon you."

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Jahannam (Hell) was specifically created and prepared with eternal fire by Allah, so that he could torture disbelievers, most of whom are women.

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Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem
1. Alif-Laaam-Raa; tilka Aayaatul Kitaabil Mubeen
2. Innaaa anzalnaahu quraanan 'Arabiyyal la 'allakum ta'qiloon
3. Nahnu naqussu 'alaika ahsanal qasasi bimaaa awhainaaa ilaika haazal quraana wa in kunta min qablihee laminal ghaafileen
4. Iz qaala Yoosufu li abeehi yaaa abati innee ra aytu ahada 'ashara kawkabanw wash shamsa walqamara ra aytuhum lee saajideen
5. Qaala yaa bunaiya laa taqsus ru'yaaka 'alaaa ikhwatika fayakeedoo laka kaidaa; innash Shaitaana lil insaani 'aduwwum mubeen
6. Wa kazaalika yajtabeeka rabbuka wa yu'allimuka min taaweelil ahaadeesi wa yutimmu ni'matahoo 'alaika wa 'alaaa Aali Ya'qooba kamaaa atammahaa 'alaaa abawaika min qablu Ibraaheema wa Ishaaq; inna Rabbaka 'Aleemun hakeem (section 1)
7. Laqad kaana fee Yoosufa wa ikhwatiheee Aayaatul lissaaa'ileen
8. Iz qaaloo la Yoosufu wa akhoohu ahabbu ilaaa Abeenaa minnaa wa nahnu 'usbah; inna abaanaa lafee dalaalim mubeen

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A style of curved writing often used for early hand-written copies of the Qur'an.

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Hijab, The Dress of Modesty in Islam

My friend, late Haji Yusuf Husayn Sheriff of Arusha (Tanzania) had asked me to deliver a lecture on the subject of Hijab (Purdah) at the 8th annual seminar of the Golden Crescent Group, which was to be held at Lushoto on the 22nd and 23rd October 1977. At that time I was busy making arrangements for our hajj journey and wanted to be excused. But on his insistence I had to agree. The result is the Part One of this booklet, which contains the lecture and the questions and answers which followed. Just 3 months later, Haji Yusuf suddenly expired at Mombasa (Kenya). We belong to Allah and to Him is our return.
This part's Swahili translation (by Shaykh Dhikiri O. M. Kondo, Editor, Sauti Ya Bilal) was published by the Bilal Muslim mission of Tanzania long ago. But the original remained pending because I wanted to make it more comprehensive. Once postponed, it remained forgotten until recently when the situation in the society in Africa and elsewhere demanded its publication.

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Yeni Bir Siteyle Merhaba

Bugün yeni bir siteyle merhaba dedik.

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The life of Muhammad/ The "Noor"( Light) is created

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

When Allah intended to create the creatures, He first created the "Noor" (Light) of Muhammad. Al-Qastalani (in Al Mawahibu'l-Ladunniyah, vol. 1, pp. 5, 9, 10) has quoted the Prophet's traditions to this effect as transmitted through Jabir ibn 'Abdullah al-Ansari and 'Ali (a.s.). The well-known historian al-Mas'udi (in his Maruju 'dh-dhahab) quotes a lengthy tradition from 'Ali (a.s.) to the effect that when Allah created, first of all, the Light of Muhammad, He said to it: "You are My chosen one and the Trustee of My Light and Guidance.

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The Bible as seen by the Qur'an and the muslim traditions

Whenever a Christian quotes the Bible to a Muslim in order to establish why he believes something, the Muslim almost always responds by saying, "BUT YOU CHANGED YOUR BIBLE." In making this very serious accusation Muslims usually use the word "harrafa" and quote verses from the Qur'an where this word is used. Therefore in this chapter, we are going to make a detailed study of what the Qur'anactually says about the Torah of Moses, the Psalms (Zabur) of David and the Gospel (Injil) of Jesus.

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The story of Adam (Part 1 of 5): The First Man

Islam provides us with the astonishing details of the creation of Adam[1]. Both Christian and Jewish traditions are remarkably similar yet importantly different to the Quran. The Book of Genesis describes Adam as being made from “the dust of the earth,” and in the Talmud, Adam is described as being kneaded from mud.
And God said to the angels:

“‘Verily, I am going to place mankind generations after generations on earth.’ They said: ‘Will You place therein those who will make mischief therein and shed blood, while we glorify You with praises and thanks and sanctify You.’ God said: ‘I know that which you do not know.’” (Quran 2:30)

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