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For this Ramadan, 1437/2016, and thereafter, a simple and easy way for Muslims around the world to restore, revive, rebuild and strengthen their relationship with the Qur'an could be to use the Qur'an Scale given below:




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    If Your Computer Eats It, Recreate It [Quote – 825]

    Posted: May 27, 2017 | 16 hours ago.

    If you know anything about computers — and who in this world doesn’t? — you should know that your computer will eat what you put on it. It will make it disappear. And it has a thousand ways of doing it.

    What you should do from day one is learn to save and copy and store away in all kinds of places, including USBs, the material you put on the computer. 

    This should be the first thing you do and the first thing you learn.

    And then, even if you think something is irrevocably lost, such as a list of your area’s or your country’s or the world’s mosques and Islamic Centers and such, how hard is it for you to sit down for a few hours or for a few days and weeks and do the research all over again and recreate that list?

    This is not Rocket Science, is it? 

    Or is it Brain Surgery?



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    Commitment to La Ilaha Illa Allah! [Quote – 824]

    May 27, 2017 | 16 hours ago.

    A Muslim’s — any Muslim’s — Commitment is La Ilaha Illa Allah

    And that means putting all other Commitments in life below one’s Commitment to Allah and his Rasul, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam.

    And that means Allah’s Work takes priority and precedence over everything else: job, education, family, fun, friends, health, wealth, everything.

    But for a Muslim who understands Islam, the two commitments are one and the same: 

    (1) Commitment to Allah and his Work and 
    (2) Commitment to Life and its Requirements.

    Therefore, those Working for Allah should train themselves to define their life and identity by this work, Allah’s Work, not define this work — Allah’s Work — by their situations in life and the complications and needs that life unleashes upon them, both good and otherwise.

    When they can do that, it is only then that the Qur’an truly begins to make sense. Otherwise, it is only a mysterious book, in a foreign language, and often in bad English, from beyond the skies, from another world.



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    Working for Allah Is Full-Time Work [Quote – 823]

    May 24, 2017 | 3 days ago.

    Working for Allah is full-time work. It is not part-time work.

    Nor should it be way down on your To-Do List. It should be number one, two and every other number on that list.

    In fact, all your other work, if there is such a thing, derives its legitimacy, and its blessings from God Almighty, based on how committed you are to do Allah’s Work, and how seriously you take that commitment, and how hard you work to fulfill it.



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    Key to Filling Your Life with Barakah [Quote – 822]

    May 24, 2017 | 3 days ago.

    Allah bless the man who only recently made the comment I paraphrase here.

    He said:

    The more time you spend doing Allah’s Work, the more time you seem to have on your hands for your own personal work. There is more Barakah in your own time and resources.

    And, conversely, the less time you spend doing Allah’s Work, the less time there seems to be for your own personal work – if there is such a thing as that. 

    For, in Islam, all work is Allah’s Work, even feeding your own family.

    Allahu Akbar, what a sentiment! What a noble and profound thought!

    Does anyone else feel the way this gentleman seems to feel, and experience things the way he seems to do? Because I can see quite clearly what he means?

    Or is it a special line God Almighty has opened up to him, much to the envy of the rest of us?



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    What Is a Tautology Anyway? [Quote – 821]

    May 24, 2017 | 3 days ago.

    I don’t know if this is called a redundancy or a tautology, or even gibberish, but it strikes me that there really is no fool more foolish or dangerous than an ignorant fool.



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    Blessing The World: That Is What Islam Is! [Quote – 820]

    May 24, 2017 | 3 days ago.

    Today’s definition of Islam, if you have not heard it from me before, and even if you have, is a most simple one, and it is this: “Blessing the World – the whole world – without regard to race or religion, and without regard to gender, class or nationality.



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    Training Muslims in Their Outreach Efforts [Quote – 819]

    May 22, 2017 | 5 days ago.

    I don’t know what this Outreach Thing really means, even though I do use that expression “outreach” from time to time myself. 

    In any case, here is a bit of training for those engaged in outreach efforts, whatever they are.

    I sound as if Muslims have a choice: to do outreach work or not to do it. Muslim really don’t. They don’t have a choice.

    For, Islam is outreach, period. And that means for anyone to be a Muslim and not to “outreach” in some form or fashion is an oxymoron. 

    It is a little bit like diving into a deep pool and thinking about not getting wet. It never was and it never will be.

    But whatever that outreach thing means, if it has anything to do with doing what all the prophets of God, Alaihim Assalam, did, then I suppose, in our times, it comes down to Taking the Qur’an to Every Home and Heart that Needs It — and Which One Does Not?

    And that boils down to making every effort, and expending every ounce of energy and every microsecond of time and every dollar of wealth and resources with which Allah Almighty might have blessed you, to reach out to all kinds of people in this world — both Muslim and non-Muslim — with the message of Islam and inviting them all to the path of Allah.

    It is basically a Sales Job

    The difference is while others sell cars and things, you are selling Haqq: Truth

    And while the best the others can offer is a “good deal” on some kind of a worldly commodity, or service, you are offering the greatest possible deal on the greatest possible prize not only in all of this world but also in the next world: Jannat.

    And beyond Jannat itself Ridwaanullah!

    Wa Ridwaanun Minallahi Akbar!

    And if that is your mission, to invite the whole world to Allah, you most likely also need what the prophets of God, Alaihimus Salaam, possessed and displayed: Unswerving Persistence.

    Call it Sabr and Istiqaamat if you want.

    I don’t want to sound rude or disrespectful in the choice of my words to describe this, but it is like saying you need a pretty “Thick Skin” when you are Working for Allah. And that means you should be able to handle rejection, and disappointment, and handle them well, and be able to handle a lot of them.

    How can you not? All salespeople do have that quality. They handle a lot of rejection. And they persevere!

    And all they are asking, these sellers of cars and things, is to part with a little bit of your money in return for something tangible and physical and wonderful. 

    But you, you are so very different. You are asking people to put their entire life on the line, and all of that for nothing they can see or touch in this world. 

    They will have to wait to die before they take delivery of what they paid for in this world with all kinds of toil and trouble and sacrifice and wealth and hard work.

    Don’t you think it is fair they should balk a bit? These people that you invite to come to Allah? And they should ask you a few times to come back before they even listen to what you have to say?



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    What An Easy Way to Earn Blessings! [Quote – 818]

    May 17, 2017 | 1 week ago.

    I don’t know how many and what kind of blessings God Almighty will shower on those who take the time and trouble to spell out “Assalamu Alaikum,” rather than fall victim to meaningless ACRONYMs like “AA.”

    In doing this what may appear to many people to be a very small thing, these good and blessed people actually are, among other things, safeguarding our one-of-a-kind Islamic heritage, which comes directly from of the pages of the Qur’an, and which is also derived directly from the Hadith, and which has been consistently practiced by all the earlier generations of Islam all through 1400 years of our Islamic history on this earth. 

    It is that easy to safeguard Islam, and some of the best of human civilization and culture, in this world.

    God Bless!



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    About Our Literature — Both Audio and Print [Quote – 817]

    May 16, 2017 | 1 week ago.

    People sometimes ask us what kind of literature we have, and what kind of literature we make available to individuals and organizations, from churches and mosques to anyone who cares.


    We provide audio and print material, free of charge, that brings Islam home to readers and listeners, one individual concept at a time.

    And it does so mostly using the Qur’an.

    And it is all part of our commitment to Take the Qur’an to Every Home and Heart that Needs It — and Which One Does Not?

    Simple, right?

    But why wait? Why not go to www.IslamicSolutions.Com and find out for yourself! 



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    Muslims Will Be Muslims! [Quote – 816]

    May 16, 2017 | 1 week ago.

    Muslims are Muslims and I guess they will always be Muslims. 

    Sincere, good people write to them about Islam out of the goodness of their heart and Muslims don’t even bother to reply or write back. Even though answering a Muslim’s Salaam is a requirement — Waajib as some people would call it.

    Those then are your people: the Muslims. 

    But make no mistake, these are the people you will have to work with, for as long as you live — such as they are and such as you are.

    That is, when you are not working, day and night, with Non-Muslims, trying desperately to reach out to them and invite them to Allah and to Islam and to Qur’an and to Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam.

    Those who do this, and never tire of doing this, I mean this business of reaching out to both Muslims and non-Muslims, in the face of all the rejection and cold treatment they get, the Qur’an is quite vocal about them. 

    The Qur’an says:

    Ulaa-ika Humul Muflihoon!

    “They are the winners.”



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    If Only Muslims Understood… [Quote – 815]

    May 14, 2017 | 1 week ago.

    If only Muslims understood the role Islam played in educating the world, and dedicated themselves to carry that ball forward, what a different world this would be!

    Muslims are into everything except education. 

    Namaz, Roza, Hajj, Umrah, you name it, Muslims would like to throw themselves into these things, which is great, and which is what they should do, for, that, as we all know, is Islam.

    Hadith Sharif:

    Buniyal Islamu Ala Khamsin!


    “Five things are the basis of Islam.”

    But what about Education? What about all those Aayats about Education

    And what about all those Hadith on Education?

    And what about the entire life of Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, that was spent in educating the world? Starting out with some of the most backward and ignorant — Ummiyyeen — people in the world?

    Isn’t this one Hadith enough? Just this one Hadith that says:

    Innamaa Bu’istu Mu’alliman!


    Just think of me as an Educator!”

    Will the Tableegh people pay attention to this Hadith? 



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    The Prophet Who Gave the World The Gift of Education, 
    Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam! [Quote – 814]

    May 14, 2017 | 1 week ago.

    Just imagine how much the educated world of today owes Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam.

    And yet how ignorant and ill-informed and uncaring and ungrateful that world is about him.

    Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, came into this world in early Seventh Century. That was more than 1400 years before our time.

    That was also a time when reading and writing were generally forbidden for everyone except members of the royal family, the rich landlords and the most privileged few.

    Many people were put to the sword for daring to teach themselves or others how to read and write.

    In such a climate, Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, came and offered the world a “Book” – Al-Kitaab.

    And he called that book The Reading – Al-Qur’an.

    And he issued a general command to the whole world – to all of humanity – saying: “Read!

    Then he said if any man or woman – mind you, he also included women in this equation – taught himself or herself one single passage of that BookAl-Kitaab, big or small, that would be more than 200 times better than worshiping God in other ways.

    And he said that to Hazrat Abu Zarr, a companion of his, who was a most devout and God-fearing individual, given to worshiping God a great deal.

    He didn’t say “200 times better,” he said “More than 200 times better.”

    Does the world of today know anything about this man, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam!

    And does the educated world of today know anything about this most amazing of miracles that he gave the world: the Miracle of Universal Education?

    Do the Muslims know about this fact?

    Do the non-Muslims know about this most miraculous fact?

    What would it take for the Muslims to get out and share this fact with the rest of the world?

    And what would it take for the non-Muslims of this world to inquire and find out about it?

    And then, thereafter, how about all us, both Muslim and non-Muslim, showing just a tad bit of gratitude to him, and saying: May God Almighty Bless Him!

    Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam!



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