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    Lecturere : Jaber M Y Dawshi

    To show good behavior is a sign of intellectual maturity and psychological serenity which Islam deems essential and as significant as is worship itself. It, therefore, instructs its followers to adopt, when dealing with others, an approach of righteousness enough to spare them harm. Islam considers a smiling face towards people to be a great category of alms-giving. It also orders the softened speech, the good way to argue and forgive offenders be of the lofty virtues. It urges Muslims to exchange gifts with others, give charity and show good discipline even to Non-Muslims. It, furthermore, motivates its followers to be of good company to them, guide them, visit them when sick and congratulate them on happy occasions. A Muslim is ordained to express gratitude to any who has done him a favor . For the Messenger of God, peace be upon him, said: “He who has done you a favor is to be rewarded.” Islam supports the urge to suppress abuse by outstretching gratefulness and confront injustices with justice and patience. A wife is given by Islam the right to be dealt with justly as well as children with mercy and compassion. Allah, the Almighty, says: ".......And treat them fairly......" Islam, thus, views those of benefit to people as the most highly beloved ones in the sight of Allah; whereas the most preferable acts are those which render others pleased and cheerful. In general, Islam recommends kindness be on top of all issues.

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    the importance of Health And Hygiene In Islam

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    Neighbors in Islam

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    A competition is in full swing in society, which involves following the latest news regarding markets, consumers products and the newest fashions and brands. The authors mentions eight reasons which encourage him to discuss this topic. One of these topics is that markets became a part of our culture and a prominent feature of both Arab and Western societies.

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    Reviewing : Osama Emara

    This article shows the historical important of Sultan Ahmad (Blue) Mosque and mentioned the story of its building and the stages of its maintenance over decades.

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    1- Good manners taught by Prophet Muhammad. 2- Advice that leads to pleasing God.

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    The place of morality in Islam and its relation to worship.

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    1-Visiting the sick is an obligation rewarded by the Most Merciful, God, and the practice of his merciful Prophet, Muhammad. 2-The reward, etiquette and manners of visiting the sick.

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    In this book brother Mirza devotes a chapter to what is forbidden and disliked from speech, such as backbiting, gossiping, and slander. So he brings the evidences from the Qur’aan and Sunnah on the obligation of guarding the tongue from evil speech.

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    Reading a a Presentation of Saied R. Aly about Dawah work doesn’t demand you to be a scholar. We need to work in dawah because if we didn’t, how the non Muslims know about Islam. don’t underestimate your activity, doing a thing is better than nothing.

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    This is a questioned answered by the Permanent Committee regarding, I live in Denmark, we have a kinda of musalah or a majid in a lokal town and my question is about, can girls overnight in the majid without a muhram. The reason these girls are overnighting in majid is, to spend time with each other and to speak about islamic things and benefit each other. Though they are sleeping there without a muhram they have permission from their parents/muhrams. And this majid/musalah is saparated from the mens majid but they are still close.(so they can be heard if they are to load or they can be seen of the men just come in their side on purpose).

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    Lecturer : Salim Morgan

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    Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    The Masjid or Mosque is the base and the foundation stone for Muslim society. It is the place where believers congregate to get to know each other and share their pleasures and their problems. It is the center from where the voice of the Oneness of Allah is raised and devotion to His Oneness is practiced. It is the place where the remembrance of Allah takes place continuously. It is the center from where the light of knowledge and wisdom emanate and enlighten the surroundings.

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    Lecturer : Dr. Saleh As-Saleh

    No doubt that Islam is the religion of mercy so it is interested in making worship of Allah easy even if while travelling. Thus it legislates shortening and combining the prayers, praying the supererogatory prayers on the mount and breaking the obligatory fast. In addition, it legislates wiping on socks for three days unlike those not traveling who wiping only for a day.

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    This book starts by presenting a spiritual understanding of sleep from the Islamic viewpoint, which is followed by guidelines for recommended evening, pre-sleep, night, and morning acts of worship. The conceptual understanding of dreams is laid out next, followed by an analytical study of dreams in the Quran, and of dreams seen by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and by his companions (R). The rest of the book deals with dream interpretation, its correct rules and procedures, drills to help understand these rules, and a large glossary of interpreted dream symbols. This, we hope, fulfills two important goals regarding sleep and dreams: It establishes their understanding upon the strong foundation of the Quran and Sunnah, and it eliminates a great deal of superstition that surrounds them. Indeed, from Allah (SWT) alone we seek help and acceptance.

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    Writer : Abdul-Malik al-Qasim Translation : A. Garloge Reviewing : N. Tamkeni

    This is an article in Uyghur shows the prestige and importance of peace in Islam.

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    Translated from the original Arabic into English, provides a vivid insight into the moral conduct of the early Muslims in a society led by the perfect character of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) (’I was only sent to perfect good character’). The Prophet’s Companions represent excellent examples of men of vigorous moral stature whose conduct inspired and attracted the masses to the fold of Islam wherever they went during the expansion of the Muslim territories, and contrary to the stereotypic portrayal, in the West, of Islam as being spread by the sword.

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    A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid regarding: "What is the ruling on burying the dead inside mosques?"

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