يا رحمة للعالمين – مظفر وارثی کی ایک خوبصورت نعت
Ya Rahmatal Lil Aalamin Naat by Muzafar Warsi
Famous Religious writer Mr. Muhammad Mubashir Nazir is very injured in a road accident. He is in ICU since the accident 19-12-2013. We request all readers to pray for his health and recovery.
Kyrgyzstan is a Central Asian state bordering China, Uzbekistan Kazakhstan and Tajikistan. It became independent with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991
Most of the population of Kyrgyzstan is nominally Muslim, and there has been a growing interest in Islam among those seeking a new ethnic or national identity. Kyrgyzstan also features in the US-Russian rivalry for control of Central Asia, as both powers have military air bases in the country.
The country is facing major challenges of widespread poverty and ethnic divisions between north and south. The resentment caused by this poverty occasionally spills over into violence. The country’s first two post-Soviet presidents were swept from power by popular discontent.
The Kyrgyz make up nearly 70% of the population, with Uzbeks accounting for about 15% and concentrated in the Ferghana Valley in the south. The valley is known for being the birthplace of Zaheer-ud-Din Babar, who founded the great Mogul Empire of India in 1526.
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I read about your writings through internet and came to know about your website. I was very happy to read that you help a lot with your advices and stress management techniques to solve any sort of problem. When I read about some posted queries, I got a thought that you would be the best person to take advice who knows much about Deen and Duniya. I hope that you would spare your valuable time for me and answer my mail.
I am working with a small amount. I am suffering in this company because of salary, as I could not fulfill my basic needs. I am suffering from extreme level of depression and intolerant to the misery, which I am suffering from. Health wise I am suffering from irritable bowel syndrome since childhood. Psychologically, I am totally disturbed as I am leading a life, which is dual in nature. I am very honest and obedient person in my parents and friends view, but I am leading a life of a gay who has been sexually abused by some guys in the past.
I got habituated with that act, though I try a lot to stay away and repent in front of Allah I commit the same sin. In this regard, I took advice of Maulana Hakeem Akthar Sahab, Pakistan, who told me to avoid seeing men and women and to avoid all sorts of things, which leads to self-eroticism or sodomy. But in this regard, when I follow his advices, it would be hard to lead a normal life as I could not offer five times of namaz because I am also suffering from urinary incontinence. This year I planned to improve my qualification but the problem is money.
Janab Nazir Sahab, Assalam u Alaikum,
I have read your books from kitabghar.com. I am very much fan of you the way you present your insight on religion and social issues in the travelogues is marvelous. Nowadays I am reading your travel of Turkey. It will help my friends a lot who are going this month to Istanbul on a personal trip.
I have a question for you. I am sure you will respond it. I have performed two times Umrah. Recently in May 2010 when I visited Madina I also visited the Wadi -e-baizaa (famous by the name of Wadi-e-Jinn in Pakistan). I personally experienced the amazing pull on car against the slope. It was mind boggling when the car automatically attained the speed of 140Km/hr. I am also a mechanical Engineer and an MBA but when I experienced it I was totally astonished. Could you please give any scientific or religious reasoning for the same ? Please reply me I am passionately waiting for your response.
Muhammad Iqbal Anwer
Karachi, Pakistan. June 2010 Continue reading
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Assalam u alaikum
Kindly inform me about the event when prophet left this world. Who offered the Jinazah (funeral) first as there was no congregation and jinazah was offered individually by Sahabah. Some people claim that Sahaba just offered Salat u Salam…
Lahore, Pakistan. June 2010
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The objective of the religion is “Soul Purification” or “Personality Development”. This questionnaire will help you in assessing yourself in the light of the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah. It is developed by one of my friends Professor Muhammad Aqil and translated into English by Professor Zawwar Hussain.
WHAT IS THE SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE?
- It attempts to provide a complete list of orders and instructions given by Islam.
- It quantifies the Islamic instructions and identifies their intensity.
- It calculates the score in points for a Muslim and tells him where he/she stands.
- It offers a Muslim an interesting approach to assess his progress in Islam.
- It calculates the score in points automatically by means of Excel formula.
- It gives a reference of each question from the Quran or Hadith in the Reference Sheet.
HOW TO FILL THE SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE?
- Read each of the questions carefully and write 1 in the desired column
- If the question is not relevant to you, write 1 in N.A. Column.
- Do not write or delete anything in SCORE or N.A. SCORE columns
- Once you fill in all the cells, your score will be displayed after each section
- Similarly, the grand score will also be displayed in the end.
- You can use the questionnaire again by deleting the filled columns
- Fill in the following compulsory part, if the answer is yes, go to the next sheet.