Quote-Unquote: Dr. Pasha on Islam,
Muslims and the World
The following saying is yet another proof that Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, is truly a prophet and messenger of God. He says:
A single learned individual is harder for the Devil to deal with than a thousand pious individuals devoted to a life of worship and penance.
Do you think the Tabligh Jama’at people ever caught wind of this Hadith Sharif? Along with a number of other equally clear and powerful Hadith hitting the same theme of the importance of education and learning and knowledge in the life of individuals, nations and societies.
I am sure that Hadith is included in that wonderful book that they so diligently and regularly read in their meetings.
Fazaa-il A’maal, is it? Allah bless Mowlana Zakariyya, I think it is his compilation, unless I am mistaken.
How about if they, for a change, focus a full Chilla entirely on reading and mastering the section of that book that is devoted to Ilm or Knowledge?
Not “Religious” or “Sacred” knowledge, but simply “Knowledge” — from math to language to history to science to everything else including the Qur’an, Hadith and Fiqh.
They will be doing themselves — and the whole world — a big favor.
According to reports, reliable ones, a colleague just passed Master's Degree in Project Management.
And, listen to this, got Distinction in Thesis.
News filled with great joy.
Congratulations poured in. I sent in mine too. [...]
“I don’t know if this is called a redundancy or a tautology, or even gibberish, but it strikes me that there is no fool more dangerous than an ignorant fool.
From an Islamic perspective, ignorance is not bliss.
In Islam, there is ...
"Qur’an says Islam is all about Education.
Allah defines Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam’s, mission on earth as Education.
Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, said, all he was is an Educator.
Innamaa bu’ithtu mu’alliman is how he put it.
So, no matter how ...
“Here is what I expect everyone would know about Islam: The foundation of Islam is “Thinking,” “Reasoning” and “Asking Questions.”
Now, how many religions teach those things as the foundation of their faith, I do not know. But please don’t tell the Muslims ...
Ladies & Gentlemen:
I see no difference between a classroom and a baseball field, or tennis or basketball court or a swimming pool.
Do you? I don’t. To me, they are all the same: places for toiling mightily – and excelling and ...