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“Ramadan Resolution Mr. Devilish” by Awil Jama

Featuring Brother Awil Jama for the 3rd time, inshallah (God willing) it will be a beneficial reminder for me and other Muslim Youth. See below to check out his other featured poems. Also check a Ramadan advice from a Shaykh.

Ramadan Resolution Mr. Devilish

by Awil Jama

This is my Ramadan resolution
Pardon my departure Mr. Devilish.
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Brief Ramadan Advice from a Shaykh

Nasihah (Advice):

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Hadith 23: Don’t be fooled by appearances

Anas ibn Malik reports Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said:Allah does not look at your bodies and your faces, but He looks at your hearts and your actions.(Reported by Imam Ahmad, declared Hasan by al-Albani)I guess this is self explanatory. We all can understand the basic idea behind this hadith. God looks at what is in our hearts and what we do (our actions). Our appearences is of no concern to Him. God thus doesn’t care about your color, lineage, … Read More

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Hadith 10: Gentle Conduct and Meanness

Hadith 10: Gentle Conduct and MeannessImam Muhammad said, “Abu Hanifah informed us saying, “Ayyub ibn Aidh narrated to us from Mujahid who ascribed it directly to the Prophet as a marfu hadith that he said,If people were to look at the quality of gentleness, they would not see any morebeautiful creation of Allah. If they were to look at evil disposition, theywould not se any uglier creation of Allah.”The Kitab Al-Athar of Imam Abu Hanifa, Turath … Read More

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Hadith 6: Take Care of Other Creatures

Hadith 6: Take Care of Other Creatures Hadith 6: Take Care of other CreaturesSayyidina Anas and Abdullah ibn Masud related to us, that the Prophet said:“All the creatures are the Ayaal (family) of Allah. The more beloved of Allah, among His creatures, therefore, is the man who is good to His family, i.e., creatures.” [Baihaqi]Commentary: Those who are dependent on a person of the necessities of life, like food and clothing, are called his Ayaal. In this way, all the created beings are … Read More

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Hadith 5: Suspicion leads to hatred

Hadith 5: Suspicion leads to hatred It is related by Abu Hurairah that the Messenger of Allah said: “Do not be suspicious, for suspicion is the height of falsehood, nor bear a grudge or enmity against each other, nor jealous of each other, nor indulge in back-biting, nor pry into the secrets of one another, nor try unreasonably to excel one another, nor turn your faces against each other, but O bondsmen of Allah! Live like brothers as Allah has c … Read More

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Hadith 4: Anger Management

Hadith 4- Anger ManagementIt is related by Abu Hurairah that the Messenger of Allah said:“He is not a wrestler who overpowers his rival, but he who keeps himself under control when roused to anger.” (Bukhari and Muslim).Commentary: It shows that the most dangerous enemy of man, against whom he should always remain on guard, is his own self, and to keep it in check when one is provoked is not in everybody’s power. Hence, a real wrestler or strong … Read More

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Hadith 3: Treatment of Orphans

Hadith: Treatment of OrphansAbu Hurairah related to us, that the Messenger of Allah said:“The best of Muslim homes is the home in which an orphan lives and is treated in a loving and affectionate manner, and the worst of Muslim homes is the home in which an orphan lives and is treated badly or cruelly.” [Ibn Majah]”Spreading Hadith One Post Per Day” series.Hadith # 3.3/Ramadan/1430 AH. … Read More

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Hadith 2: Racism

Hadith 2: Racism Prophet Muhammad, May Allah send peace and blessings upon him, said:People are like the teeth of the combCommentary by Sheikh Nematullah/Marcia Hermanson: Meaning that they (people) are all equal, like the teeth of a comb, since they are all descendants of Adam (A.S). This disavows any hint of racism, rather a common humanity is affirmed and superiority is only achieved in terms of God consciousness (taqwa). Hadith is narrated by Shah Waliullah A … Read More

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Hadith 1: What is Faith

Hadith 1: What is Faith Hadith: What is Faith?It is narrated by Abu Umamah that a person asked the Messenger of Allah, “What is Faith?” He said:“If you feel pleasure at a good act that you do and pain and sorrow at an evil act, you are a truthful Believers.” (Masnad Ahmed)Commentary: It shows that one of the distinctive signs of Faith is that when a person performs a noble deed he (she) feels joy in his heart at it, and when he commits a wicked deed, it makes him sad. A … Read More

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