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If we understand this simple and obvious fact, we will understand what life is all about, and we will be able to live out the rest of our life pursuing priorities that really matter to us, and that are truly beneficial for us, and for our society, free from all kinds of irrelevancies, distractions and exploitations.

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There was a time when the Christians and the Jews debated endlessly whether the woman was a human being or not; and whether she had a soul or not; and whether she was taking everybody to Hell or not.

Some of them called her the Instrument of the Devil. Others gave her the name Gateway to Hell.

But everybody pretty much agreed that she was somehow a lesser human being, fundamentally lacking in the human essence and spirit.

But in the Middle of the Seventh Century – 1400 years back – Islam came and put an end to all that nonsense. Once and for all. At least so you would have thought.

But, as it turns out, not if the Muslims could help it.

For, eventually, they too decided to dive into the same Lizard’s Hole the Christians and the Jews were occupying before them. Just as the Prophet, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, had warned them they would.

But, unlike the Jews and the Christians, the Muslim concern was not if a woman had a soul or not; and if she led them all to hell or not; but, rather, if a woman could have a leadership role in life or not.

They also agonized in their spare time – and all their time was beginning to become spare – about what kind of clothes they would like to see a woman wear.

Not all Muslims, mind you, but yet quite a few among them. Especially, many of those who thought they were the better ones among Muslims – more ostensibly God-fearing; more manifestly conformist; and more punctiliously observant of the required Islamic “rituals.”

And somehow, paradoxically and inexplicably, less tolerant and less accommodating of others than their Prophet, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, was.

As if that was their mandate from God: Going after the female half of their species and telling them what to wear and how to behave.

So, the Muslims gladly wore the broadly misogynist mantle inherited from the Christians and the Jews, even though they opted for only the lighter and milder version of it.

In the process, the Muslims forgot their own glorious Islamic teachings and traditions of female emancipation, equality and empowerment.

And in many cases they went after the womenfolk with a vengeance under one pretext or another, even though all this was fairly benign compared to some of what was going on elsewhere.

And most certainly there never were any burnings at the stake – a la Joan of Arc at the hands of the British in France or in line with other burnings of putative witches that took place for instance in Salem, Massachusetts, in the New World.

In the process, the Muslims gave up education and science and turned their back on innovation, creativity, pragmatic problem solving and enlightenment.

They also replaced personal liberty with social and political tyranny and exchanged a democratic and egalitarian way of life for hereditary monarchy and dictatorship – and for all sorts of feudal and authoritarian power structures and arrangements.

And they filled their mind with all kinds of idle thought and empty space.

I have always refrained from honoring these debates by joining them. But let me ask these faux-super Muslims this question anyway – this one question that to me is most simple and elementary.

Those who spend endless hours and days debating if a woman can be a leader or not; and if she can be in charge of something or not; and then they drag the glorious and blessed name of Islam in this perverse, foolish and futile debate; all they need to do is just think about one thing.

That is all they need to do. Think about one thing. Answer one simple question.

Let them ask themselves: Just who was the owner, master – and leader – of their kitchen, when their gourmet meal was being prepared the previous day, and who was in charge of that cup of sumptuous tea or coffee – or some other similar drug – that their wife placed in their hand that morning?

And then let them allow their imagination to wander. And let them ponder all the Might-Have-Beens of that kitchen and all the likely brews that could have taken the place of that cup of life-giving early morning or afternoon tea or coffee.

All the different kinds of poison, some slow to act and some faster to work their havoc; some most painful and excruciating and some with their deadly effects barely visible to the naked eye.

No, under the eminent, capable and compassionate leadership of their women, their cup of tea was still a cup of tea and the food they had been consuming all of yesterday was nothing but food.

The result is that these ingrate men live on – maybe only to ungraciously malign their women another day.

They are still alive and breathing – these ungracious and ingrate and somewhat foolish men – and continuing to make their mischief.

No, their wives did not use their total mastery of their culinary territory to put an end to their existence with a chalice full of hemlock.

Instead, the women of their household – and practically every other household on earth – exercised their leadership in the most positive, supportive and nurturing manner that they have been doing for who knows how long.

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(A) Guidelines from the United States Federal Government, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 2020:

1. Wash hands with soap and water.

2. Keep a 6-foot or 2-meter distance from the next person.

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Delhi is the capital of India, whose government now is firmly in the hands of Fascist Hindu Terrorists called the RSS and the BJP. 

World Media calls them Hindu Nationalists, whereas in reality they are Hindu Supremacist Terrorists and Extremists.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Police Minister Amit Shah presided over the massacre of thousands of innocent Muslims in the State of Gujarat in 2002 when they were state chief minister and home minister respectively.

Now, the RSS-BJP master plan of a Final Solution to the Indian Muslim Problem has begun unfolding with the massacre of Muslims in the capital city of Delhi even as President Donald Trump and wife Melania were winding up their state visit to India.

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  1. Who in the World Are You?
  2. Do You Care About the World and Its Wonders?
  3. Do You Love Islam and Muslims?
  4. Then Iqbal Is Your Man!
  5. A Lover of Humanity and of This World
  6. A Heart on Fire
  7. A Lover of His Land
  8. Above all, a Muslim
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  10. Loved Allah and His Rasul, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam
  11. Shaa’ire-Insaniyyat, Shaa’ir-e-Kaa-i-naat
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  13. Iqbal Loved All People – Muslim and Non-Muslim
  14. Blind Love of Land and Country: An Unfailing Recipe for Unlimited Wars and for Eventual Destruction of the Human Race and Human Civilization
  15. Iqbal Sings for His Native Land
  16. And a Humanist above All Humanists
  17. Allah, Rasul, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, and Iqbal. Or, Stated Alternatively, Qur’an, Hadith and Iqbal.
  18. Muslims Must Know Iqbal – and So Must Non-Muslims
  19. That Other Forgotten Muslim Genius: Ghalib

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    Feeling Down in the Time of Coronavirus [Quote – 1007]

    Posted: Mar 25, 2020 | 5 days ago.

    Humans go up and down. Sometimes almost without any visible or powerful reason.

    And now, with this menace of the Coronavirus upon us, many people have a reason to feel a little down and depressed. These are the times when we need to reach out to one another and give what comfort and support we can offer.

    Given that, we must not forget that life is a precious gift from Allah. We fight for it till our last breath. 

    The fact is no one is worthy of anything. It is only Allah’s love and Rahmah that saves us and gives us life and hope.

    Doing the amazing things so many people have been doing for all these years to bring Allah’s word to the world, by helping Islamicsolutions.com, and on their own, they are probably very special people in Allah’s eyes. 

    Their life and health and wellbeing are valuable for all of us lesser humans and for the whole world.

    So living, and fighting for life, in these difficult times, are nothing less than leading the charge for Allah. 

    And, in reality, to fight for life, not just for ourselves but also for others, is what life is all about. And it is what Islam is all about too.

    That is why the Islamic leader Salahuddin, who reclaimed Jerusalem from the Crusaders, helped the Crusader King Richard live.

    Salahuddin was not looking for reward or recognition in this world, he had his eyes focused on reward from Allah.

    A most wonderful life in Jannat.

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    How Our Sins Catch Up With Us [Quote – 1006]

    Mar 23, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    It is not as if our sins leave us and go away to hide somewhere. 

    Our sins surround us, and cumulate, and layer up, and cocoon us. Not in a protective manner as do silkworm cocoons. But in a deleterious way to keep God Almighty’s blessings and mercy from us.

    And his guidance. 

    And his light. Allah’s Noor that lights up heavens and earth.

    As a result, the more sins we commit, the denser the darkness that surrounds us. And the harder it becomes for us to return to the Straight Path -- Siraat Mustaqeem -- for which all Muslims pray.

    Sins create an opaqueness around us that keeps Allah’s light away from us, making it harder and harder to see things clearly.

    And it becomes harder to do good things, while bad things become more attractive and easier to do.

    The way out of this darkness, for individuals as well as for groups, communities, nations and societies, is Repentance: Tawubah.

    And that means acknowledging one’s wrongdoing; a firm resolve and commitment to stop and never return to it; and do all in one’s power to make amends.

    But Repentance and Tawubah is the fundamental art and skill of human survival, and living life on God’s earth, that human beings forgot and gave up a long time. Nobody tells them about it any more. 

    Not even the Muslims.

    And Repentance and Tawubah is also the bread and butter of life as a Muslim that Muslims quietly abandoned.

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    Blindly Pumping Trillions into the Economy Will Not Stop the Collapse [Quote – 1005]

    Mar 22, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    One thing America knows how to do best is throw money at will. On every conceivable project that anybody can have a brainwave about.

    But money is not a panacea. Money only helps when it is used wisely.

    Right now, the panic in the market is not going to be calmed by pumping money into the economy, whether it is the proposed $3 trillion dollars or an additional $10 trillion dollars. What will give any reason for the market to turn around will be when the market sees any real sign of leadership.

    The market will respond positively when the market is convinced that resources are directed at slowing and stopping the virus; on finding a vaccine and a cure for the virus; for providing a superabundance of all needed testing and protective equipment; and on making available sufficient number of hospital beds for all potential surges in the infection.

    What will also give confidence to the market is if the political leaders, journalists and others will try hard and rise above their petty and petulant selves and find ways to work together as a nation and as a community of human brotherhood and sisterhood.

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    World Day of Prayer and Repentance [Quote – 1004]

    Mar 22, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    The Coronavirus is what it is. It is sweeping the globe. No one is immune and there are no sanctuaries.

    Scientists must and will do their best to find a vaccine and a therapeutic -- effective medication that is. 

    Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, assured us 1400 years ago that God did not create a disease for which he did not also create a cure.

    It is just a question of time then. 

    Also what will make the difference is the resources that are brought to bear on research and investigation and on the efforts to find a cure and a vaccine.

    And the mass mobilization of all segments of society to produce, on war footing, all the testing and protective equipment as well as all the hospital space that may be needed.

    And of course a critical variable will be the leadership that is exercised at this critical time by all those in power, from the president on down to the local mayors. 

    Governors of New York, Maryland and California have acted decisively and with dispatch. Others will have to join them in taking bold action to arrest or slow the spread of the virus.

    While all this is going on, the Pope -- finally, I should say -- has called for prayer. I second and endorse that call. 

    I call on all Muslims around the world, and on all non-Muslims around the world, first to repent from all that they are doing wrong: socially; morally; religiously; and otherwise.

    And, after that, everyone must turn to God and beg him to turn away from all of us this imminent menace to our health and life.

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    Commandment Breakers:
    Taking Gods Besides God [Quote – 1003]

    Mar 22, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    Wages of Sin is Death!

    So said someone. It is the Bible I think.

    And I don’t think there is a greater sin than breaking God’s Commandments -- in the Bible and in the Qur’an.

    And the greatest and most important Commandment in the Bible -- and in the Qur’an -- is the one that clearly and emphatically says: 

    Thou Shalt Take No God Besides God!

    It is the first of the Ten Commandments given by Moses in the Bible. 

    Jesus Christ called it the most important of all Commandments.

    And this Commandment is emphasized in the Qur’an any number of times. In fact, all the teachings of the Qur’an revolve on the centrality of this Commandment.

    And we human beings do nothing but break that Commandment. And we do that willfully, knowingly and persistently, and in every way we can.

    And, at the same time, the whole world watches silently and helplessly. There is no lucid, coherent, credible, discernible, audible voice asking people not to do so.

    And among those frozen into stupefaction and silence against the Raging Sin of Taking gods besides God are Muslims.

    Muslims are people whom God specifically raised into this world to raise their voice against the Raging Sin of Taking gods besides God and call the world to the worship of one God to the exclusion of all other Gods.

    The Deadly Sin of Taking gods besides God rages everywhere. And the response from all sides is bewilderment and silence, including Muslims.

    We don’t seem to realize that we have all become Commandment Breakers. Some through our actions. And some others through our silence and inaction.

    Is it any wonder then if God Almighty draws our attention to our Sin through all kinds of Trials and Tribulations?

    Including the present menace of Coronavirus, COVID-19?

    Is this a call from God to Repentance from the Mortal Sin of Taking gods besides God?

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    APPROACHING THE DAY OF JUDGMENT [Quote – 1002]

    Mar 21, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    No one but Allah, God Almighty, knows the exact time of the Last Day. What in Islamic Literature is called Qiyaamah

    That is the day when the world as we know it will end. It will be sudden and it will be catastrophic. Nothing will be left standing. Nothing will retain its shape or make up.

    Qiyaamat will sweep away the existing world and replace it with a totally different world. It will be the day which will herald the complete gathering and accountability of all human beings before their creator.

    Good acts, no matter how small, will be rewarded. Bad acts, no matter how small, will be disposed off appropriately. Nothing will escape accountability.

    Fa-Man Ya’mal Mithqaala Dharratin Khayiran Yarahu,
    Wa Man Ya’mal Mithqaala Dhrratin Sharran Yarahu.

    So, when will that day arrive? No one knows for sure. But you may start wondering about Qiyaamat if the world behaves in certain specific ways.

    When certain divine lights on God’s earth begin to dim, flicker and go out.

    For example, when you see mosques shut their doors to worshipers; when you see Jum’ah Khutbahs, Friday Prayers, as the world calls them, cancelled; when you see the circling of the Ka’bah, the House of God at Makkah, or Tawwaf as it is called in Arabic, come to a stop; maybe it is time for you ask if the Last Hour is at hand. 

    If the Qiyaamah is just around the corner.

    Not that it was ever far.

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    Coronavirus Needs a Vaccine and a Cure,
    But Kufr and Shirk and Human Misery Do Not? [Quote – 1001]

    Mar 19, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    Allah bless all those who turn to the Qur’an for guidance. And may Allah specially bless those who work to make the Qur’an accessible to others.

    One of the great failures of this Ummah -- Muslims I mean -- has been its inability to place in the hands of every English-speaking Muslim and Non-Muslim a perfectly easy-to-read copy of an excellent English translation of the Qur’an such as that by the late Yusuf Ali.

    Translation-only paperback with large font, wonderful spacing and attractive to look at, without all the vulgar gimmicks of color-coding.

    It should be in every hand everywhere.

    For, now and forever, Qur’an is the only vaccine and the only cure there is for the common human misery that results from rebelling against God and rejecting his guidance.

    Kufr means denying God. And Shirk is what the Second Commandment is all about: associating all kinds of partners and fellow-deities with God.

    And Kufr and Shirk are to the human soul what the Coronavirus could be to the human body.

    If we have not learned that lesson from the COVID-19 pandemic, we have not learned anything.

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    Remembering Allama Yusuf Ali [Quote – 1000]

    Mar 19, 2020 | 1 week ago.

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    Allama Yusuf Ali was a very special man. Allah bless him and give him Jannat. 

    Personally I feel a sense of obligation to this man and I think all English- speaking Muslims should as well. 

    His English translation of the Qur’an has been THE go-to translation used in the English-speaking world for however many decades until recently.

    Other translations that appeared after him generally all built on the shoulders of Allama Yusuf Ali.

    Last year, Alhamdulillah, we were able to get a Khatm Qur’an done in his name and make Du’a for him. 

    Others who read this, maybe, also should do something like that: read Qur’an and make Du’a for him.

    The Ummat as a whole owes this man a great debt.

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    From Coronavirus to Islam:
    It Is a Short Journey [Quote – 999]

    Mar 18, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    Just when we thought we were totally and completely invulnerable, and no one can tell us what to do or how to behave, God Almighty sent us the Coronavirus – COVID-19.

    It came out of nowhere and got everybody’s attention.

    And now no one really believes they are totally and completely unassailable. And everybody is telling everybody else to hunker down, to shelter in place, and to do this, that and something else.

    Don’t you think God Almighty has his way of getting things done?

    And, as God’s Plan for his world, God sent Islam into this world. To tell and show people what they should do and how they should behave.

    And God put all that in a book called the Qur’an.

    And God sent a man called Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, to precisely show everybody how to do the things that God wanted them to do.

    And that man, Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, told and showed everybody how Cleanliness is really key to Godliness.

    And he asked and showed everybody how to observe Personal Hygiene, for, without it they would not get to worship God or get close to God.

    And this man Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, taught and showed the world that this routine, this regimen, this highly personalized protocol of Personal Hygiene, begins with washing your hands; and then washing and rinsing your mouth; and then washing and rinsing your nostrils; and then washing your entire face, including your eyes.

    And this was 1400 years ago.

    And the whole world has been practicing this Personal Hygiene Protocol, for all these 1400 years.

    When I say “the whole world,” I means all those billions upon billions of people around the world, throughout these past 1400 years, who are called Muslims.

    And the formal Islamic name for this Personal Hygiene Protocol is Wudu.

    And Wudu that is required before performing every prayer, and before touching and handling the Qur’an, holds the key to keeping the world safe from the Modern Day Menace of the Coronavirus.

    For, it is through hands, by touching that is, that the Coronavirus mainly spreads. And it is through your mouth, nose and eyes that the Coronavirus enters your system, the human body.

    Islam showed us to protect ourselves by constantly washing our hands, mouth, nose and face. If we did not follow that practice so far, isn’t it time now, when the menace of the Coronavirus is upon us, to embrace at least that part of Islam that shows us how to protect ourselves by following the Personal Hygiene Protocol of Islam called Wudu?

    From Coronavirus to Islam is not that far, is it?

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    When Typos Turn into Blessings and Rewards from God [Quote – 998]

    Mar 18, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    Some time ago, we said typos are Haram. And of course they are. For, often they reflect a lackadaisical approach to work. And Islam is hostile to that.

    Islam says, when you touch something, do a perfect job -- as much as you can.

    But good people, sincere people, work day and night, and leave no stone unturned as it were, they eat little and sleep even less, and worry and agonize about the quality and outcome of their work constantly, then Allah, God Almighty of course, throws open the gates of Paradise for them, right here in this world.

    For such people, even their mistakes and errors are turned into virtues and rewards. So, when these amazing people do things right, the way they should, they chalk up double the reward.

    But when they unavoidably make mistakes, after the most sincere and strenuous efforts, and after doing everything they could, then even their errors and mistakes count as blessings for them.

    But, listen to this, only one reward per mistake.

    And that includes typos.

    This system of Islam is amazing or what?

    There are situations when for a typo, you get one blessing and reward from God? How does that figure?

    If you thought this system of Islam may not be a human invention after all, you may be right.

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    Protection from All and Every Bad Thing [Quote – 997]

    Mar 17, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    Every AM and PM, recite three times the following words of Sayyidina Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam:

    Bismillahil-Ladhee,
    Laa Yadurru, 
    Ma’asmihee, 
    Shayi-un,
    Fil-Ardi, 
    Wa Laa Fis-Samaa-i, 
    Wa Huwas-Samee’ul ‘Aleeem.

    AFTER THAT, with or without Wudu, recite Qul A’oodhu Birabbil Falaq and Qul A’oodhu Birabbin-Naas, three times each, cup your hands, blow in them and rub your hands all over your body, whatever parts you can.

    Those two Surahs, the last ones in the Qur’an, are called the Two Protectors.

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    Quarantine!
    When Epidemic Strikes:
    Islam Says Stay Put! [Quote – 996]

    Mar 17, 2020 | 1 week ago.

    The Hadith is simple and clear. And it is timeless.

    The Hadith says, what I am paraphrasing here, when a certain place is known to be affected by an epidemic of some kind, no one should go in or out of that place.

    This is quarantine, no matter how you spell it. 

    And this was 1400 years ago.

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