Friday, March 19, 2010


1.When hear the azan prayers up immediately
however the situation even.
2.Read Qur'an and books of knowledge, go to
council knowledge, and recite zikrullah and do not remove
time in things that no benefit.

3.Try your best to speak in Arabic as the language
Arabic the right is the only symbols of Islam.

4.Don't arguing in any matter because even
empty arguments that provide no benefit whatsoever.

5.Don't laugh a lot because the heart is always in relation
He was always calm and peaceful again.

6.Don't always joking because many people who struggle
that do not understand but hard in every

7.Don't speak more strident than the rate
required by the listener because of speech
which is a high-pitched notes on the futile and even
offend people.

8.Avoid snub-contracted from private persons, identify
organizations, and do not speak except any charitable giving.

9.Make friends with every Muslim who found
because basic movement is da'wah we get to-contact and

10.The duty more than we have time
on us, so use the good and
simplify the implementation.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

.:GIVE our LOVE 2 children:.

Imam Ali (as) was very kind to children, especially to orphans. If he ever saw an orphan crying, he would stop whatever he was doing, bend down, give the child his Salaam (greetings), wipe away the child's tears, put his hand on the child's shoulder and say, "My child, why are you crying? Has someone hurt you? Come; let me take you to my house."

Imam Ali son of Abu Talib (as) would take the child home and treat him better than any father. He would bring the child sweets, cakes and honey and put them in the child's mouth himself.

Imam Ali son of Abu Talib (as) used to tell his followers to love and be kind to orphans, especially the orphans of martyrs killed in the path of Allah. "They have lost their loving fathers," he used to say. "So cheer them up and look after them just like a father. Their fathers were martyred in Jihad and for the sake of Islam and they have rights on you. Make their souls pleased with you by cheering up their children and looking after them."

Imam Ali son of Abu Talib (as) was always attentive to orphans especially to those of the martyrs. He used to visit them and sit, chat and play with them He used to take care of their education and training. Imam Ali son of Abu Talib (as) would strive to solve their difficulties and always offered them guidance and advice. He would bring them gifts and, if they were poor, he would respectfully provide their expenses.

Imam Ali son of Abu Talib (as) was so kind to orphans and laid so much stress on them in his teachings that one of his companions (Sahaba) said: "How I wish that I too was a young orphan so that I would receive kindness and love from Imam Ali son of Abu Talib (as)."