Live lectures with Abu Humayd Saalim Ahmed & Rayaan Barker
A lecture for all the family taken from the works of the scholars, on how to best protect our youth and children, from the perils of the dunya, and the traps that shaytaan places in front of them. A very important reminder in this modern age of temptation, vice and fitnah.
Talks commence at 12:30-2:45 (with Dhuhr in between)
This is followed by our Sisters Tea Afternoon
A wonderful event for all our sisters, a great chance to get together. There will be stalls available also with all proceeds going to the da’wa. See posters for details.
And the Dhālimun (polytheists and wrong-doers, etc.) will have neither a Wali (protector) nor a helper. (Ash-Shūra: 8)
Hence, oppression is a great evil and it has evil consequences, the Messenger (sallāhu alayhi wa salam) said:
“Fear oppression for indeed oppression is darkness on the day of resurrection.” (Muslim)
Furthermore, Allāh has said in a Hadīth Qudsī (which is narrated by the Prophet (sallāhu alayhi wa salam)):
“Oh my servant! Indeed I have forbidden oppression upon myself and between you, so do not oppress.” (Muslim)
Therefore, it is obligatory to be cautious of perpetrating oppression to any of the people, whether it be your family, your wife, your brothers, your children, your mother, your father, your neighbours and other than them.
Likewise, do not oppress your employees, give them their wages in full, every month (for e.g.) give him or her their wages.
Give everyone who has a right upon you; your children, your wife and other than them; their rights.
The intent in being cautious regarding oppression of the people is because indeed Allāh has made sacred the blood, honour and wealth of the Muslims.
So, the Muslim takes himself to account and fears his Lord, so do not oppress anyone, not their honour or their wealth, regardless of whether they are close to you or not.
Live and Exclusive Parent & Child Talk! Must Attend for all Kids from Quran School, Saturday School and Tuition Club
Save Yourself and Your Family from The HellFire
An Important talk for all parents and their children, about the how to identify and avoid the vices of this world to be saved here and in the hereafter. Topics include:
– peer pressure and it’s negative effects on your children
– importance of good companionship
– respecting the family structure and elders
– the influence of media on children’s mental health and well being
Abu Humayd Saalim Ahmed
Friday 23rd March 6pm
2 Dudley Street
Free food on the day.
And among His Signs is this, that He created for you wives from among yourselves, that you may find repose in them, and He has put between you affection and mercy. Verily, in that are indeed signs for a people who reflect.” [Soorah Ar-Rum: Ayah: 21]
Imaam as-Saa’di [rahimahullaah]: ”In most cases you will not find love in anyone similar to the love and mercy between a husband and wife.”
In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy
After thanking Allaah, then thanks to that special person in the house – she fasts, establishes the five daily prayers and performs other acts of worship; but she also takes great pleasure in preparing the food which everyone is eager to see on the table at the time of Iftaar. She is not our possession; rather she is the one with a more compassionate heart InShaaAllaah- always ready to make everyone happy, even when she is tired. We thank Allaah for granting us the companionship of this special one- the compassionate wife and mother of the household. She is a treasure and a beloved one, within and outside the month of Ramadhaan. It is a great pleasure to know that we are sharing our lives with this person- one of the most selfless people we have ever met. May Allaah grant her abundant good in this life and the next…Aameen
Listen Here: https://t.co/lWSSwhn4n8 : Shaikh Abdur-Razzaaq Al-Badr speaks about appreciating the efforts of our wives in the house: [One Day, Man Did Household Chores & Really Appreciated Wife’s Daily Efforts]
Indeed, after thanking Allaah [The Most High], I then thank you for the great services you have offered this family for many years. Two weeks ago, after you toiled all day to look after me, my guests and my children, I said to you, ‘’You have been going up and down all day’’ and your reply was, ‘’I thank Allaah for granting me the Tawfeeq to look after my family’’. By Allaah! This brought great joy to my heart and tears to my eyes. And here you are again during this month of Ramadhaan fulfilling many tasks in the household without complaint.
I ask Allaah [The Most High] that He never makes me take you for granted. I greatly appreciate your efforts, kindness, love and compassion. I greatly appreciate your support throughout these years- in times of ease and hardship, illness and good health. I ask Allaah [The Most High] to forgive me if I have ever undervalued your efforts, for I have never looked around the house but only found my children happy, loved and cared for by a mother who takes great pride in looking after her family. I ask Allaah [The Most High] to grant you abundant good in this Dunyah and the Aakhirah. I ask Allaah [The Mighty and Majestic] to unite our hearts upon everything pleasing to Him and to increase the love and compassion between us and our children. Aameen.
All praise is due to Allaah for everything He has given me. You are a selfless husband who takes great care of us by the Tawfeeq of Allaah. I cannot thank Allaah enough for granting me such a loyal and sincere friend – a husband who always puts me first and always advises me with good InshaaAllaah. I am behind you as we continue to strive to obey Allaah and His Messenger until death separates us InShaaAllaah. You’re not only a husband, rather you are my best friend, and I am glad that you are! How can that not be when it is the case that you always listen attentively even when I am short-sighted and hasty! I ask Allaah [The Most High] to increase the love between us for His Sake and strengthen the compassion you have shown me throughout the years. May Allaah bless you – Aameen
The Consequences upon Whoever Delays Marriage until After 30 Years of Age For The Reason of Building His Future.
The Question: If a young man delays marriage, until after 30 years of age whilst having the ability (to get married), Is there anything upon him because he wants to build his future (first) and complete his education?
The Answer: Yes there is something upon him. And it is (the fact) that he did not follow and take the guidance (and instructions) of the Prophet (sallaAllahu alayhi wa aalihi wa sallam), and his saying is (sallaAllahu alayhi wa sallam):
“O Youth, whoever is able from amongst you to get married, then let him get married, for indeed it is better in lowering the gaze and more preserving for your private parts”. (1)
So he commanded the youth that they should get married and he clarified its benefits. And the statement (excuse) that he is distracted (and busy) with studies and with building his future is a false (invalid) statement. And how many people were not at ease during their studies until after they got married. (after marriage) They found ease (and relief), sufficient provision and self-restraint from looking at that which Allaah has made impermissible, like (looking at) women, pictures and the likes.
Therefore, my advice for the youth (young men & women) in general is that they should get married at the earliest opportunity by following the command of the Messenger of Allaah (sallaAllahu Alayhi wa sallam) and in seeking to attain provision; because the married individual wants chastity and modesty (abstinence and protection from that which Allaah has made impermissible), so Allaah the Glorified and Majestic aids him, as it’s been mentioned in the Hadeeth:
“It is a right on Allaah to aid three (types of people)”,
and he mentioned from them:
“The man who marries wanting chastity”.
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(1) Hadeeth is agreed upon: Bukhaaree, 1905; Muslim, 1400.
“Oh mankind know that righteous communities are built on righteous families and good houses; good houses are based upon the righteous wife, due to this it is obligatory for the Muslim that he chooses a righteous wife.