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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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    Lecturere : Jaber M Y Dawshi

    Happiness is a common goal that everyone strives to attain. Philosophers, intellectuals, doctors and artists have all strived in search of the causes of happiness and ways to escape the emptiness they feel. The undeniable reality is that permanent happiness cannot be achieved except by believing in Allah - The Creator - and following His guidance. Since it is He who created mankind, He is the one who knows what pleases and benefits them, just as he knows what saddens and harms them. Allah has said: "Whoever does good whether male or female and he\she is a believer, we will most certainly make him\her live a happy life, and We will most certainly give him\her the reward for the best of what he/she did." Noble Qur'an (16:97) Allah is the greatest source of peace for the heart, and He is the one whose remembrance can bring joy to the soul. Islam enables those who embrace it to have an ongoing connection with Allah. This makes it possible for them to be at ease spiritually. It shields them from chaos, being lost or feeling (spiritually) empty, and it protects them from mental instability.

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    Al-Udhiyah refers to the animal (whether a camel, cow or sheep) that is sacrificed as an act of worship to Allaah, during the period from after the Eid prayer on the Day of Nahr (Eid al-Adhaa) un-til the last of the Days of Tashreeq (the 11th, 12th and 13th day of Dhu’l-Hijjah), with the intention of offering sacrifice. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “Therefore turn in prayer to your Lord and sacrifice (to Him only).” [al-Kawthar 108:2] Al-Udhiyyah is a confirmed Sunnah according to the majority of scholars. A sheep suffices as a sacrifice for one man and the members of his household and his children The kinds of animals prescribed for sacrifice are camels, cows and sheep. Some of the scholars said that the best sacrifice is camels, then cows, then sheep, then a share in a she-camel or cow, A camel or cow suffices for seven people Conditions of al-Udhiyah: 1- The animal should have reached the required age, which is six months for a lamb, one year for a goat, two years for a cow and five years for a camel. 2- It should be free of any faults, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “There are four that are unacceptable for sacrifice: a one-eyed animal whose defect is obvious, a sick animal whose sickness is obvious, a lame animal whose limp is obvious and an emaciated animal that has no marrow in its bones" It should be sacrificed at the specified time, which is from after the prayer and khutbah of Eid – not from when the time for the prayer and khutbah starts – until before sunset on the last of the days of Tashreeq, which is the 13th day of Dhu’l-Hijjah It is preferable (mustahabb) for the one who intends to sacrifice not to eat anything on that day before he eats from his sacrificial animal, if this is possible. It is better for a person to slaughter the sacrifice himself, but if he does not, it is mustahabb for him to be present when it is slaughtered. It is mustahaab to divide the meat into three: one third to be eat-en, one third to be given as gifts and one third to be given in charity. The scholars agreed that it is not permissible to sell anything from its meat, fat or skin. The butcher should not be given anything of it by way of reward or payment, The Sunnah indicates that the one who wants to offer a sacrifice must refrain from taking anything from his hair, nails or skin from the first day of Dhu’l-Hijjah until he offers his sacrifice.

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    The Holy Quran English

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    The Quran is the Word of Allah which was sent to Prophet Muhammad - peace and blessings be upon him - fourteen centuries ago. The Quran is the last Revelation from Allah which is widely regarded as the finest piece of speech in the world. The Quran is the main Miracle of Prophet Muhammad who was illiterate, and never received any schooling. The Quran is the source of all the regulations and rulings of Muslim communities. Following the Quran will guarantee happiness in this life and in the next. In addition to that, the Quran contains so many scientific facts which were discovered recently. Those facts are mostly the findings of modern technology like the creation of mountains, the formation of clouds, ……etc. These facts were mentioned in the Quran 1400 years ago at a time when humanity was blinded by ignorance. The Quran is the miracle that Allah has challenged people to bring something like it. The challenge is still intact up to this moment.

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    Corona virus English

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    In light of the late Coronavirus pandemic, which has heavily caused huge losses among the world population and the global finance, three Islamic practical precautions emerge to the surface proving its functionality during crisis. The first one is to refrain from eating what God has forbidden of some wild animals which is proven to be the source of the virus. Secondly, personal hygiene which Islam has excessively promoted during one's course of life. For instance, daily ablution is a repeated act every Muslim is required to do prior to praying. As scientifically confirmed, regular cleaning of the hands is effectively crucial in slowing down the infection among individuals. The third precaution is social distancing. Negating such a procedural precaution has resulted in the rapid spread of the virus across the world. Prophet Muhammad - peace and blessings be upon him - said : ( If you hear of a plague in a land, don’t enter it. And if you’re in a plagued land, don’t flee it ). This saying supports the concept of ( quarantine ) as a strategic methodology to contain the virus. Furthermore, Islam passionately offers generous condolences to the infected ones through the tremendous rewards they will earn. For the deceased ones, they’re considered martyrs in the Islamic perspective according to an authenticated saying of prophet Muhammad PBUH.

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    A documentary film that gives a brief description of the pilgrimage to Makkah in a step by step format. It gives a brief description of the full journey from the time the pilgrim leaves his house, then passes by the Miqat, and the different holy sites to perform Hajj.

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    How to Perform Umrah Step by Step ( A Short Documentary Film)

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    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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    Prophet Jesus English

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    Prophet Jesus Muslims believe in Jesus as a very respectful Messenger. To them, he is referred to as one of the Messengers of the Strong Will who was supported by many great miracles such as bringing the dead back to life and healing the blind and the leper. The life of Jesus is unique since he was created without a father, similar to how Allah created Adam, out of dust. In the Quran, a chapter is named after his mother, Mary, informing us with the reality of Jesus. To Muslims, Jesus Christ never died on the cross for peoples' sins. On the contrary, he is still alive, and he will come back again to rule Muslims.

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    Manifestations of mercy in Islam Since the advent of Islam, it has overwhelmingly promoted the concept and the quality of mercy. Allah describes the Quran as pure mercy "O mankind, there has come to you instruction from your Lord and healing for what is in the hearts, a guide, and a mercy for the believers" He also describes Himself in the very first Chapter of the Quran as the most Merciful and the most Gracious He says: All praise is due to Allah; the Lord of all worlds, the Most Merciful, the Most Gracious. Furthermore, He describes His mercy saying: "And My mercy envelopes everything". As for Prophet Muhammad Allah states clearly why, He had sent him by saying: "And We have not sent you O Muhammad except as mercy for the world ". Prophet Muhammad was a living depiction of mercy and a perfect example for humanity He generously offered tremendous hospitality to his guests. He helped the needy and the poor. He was there for anyone in need. He kept strong ties with his relatives. He was kind to everyone. He used to say: " Those, who show mercy, will receive Allah’s Mercy. Have mercy on those on earth so that you have mercy received by the One (Allah) above ". Islam stresses mercy. It includes a range of highly elevated ethical manners and behaviors such as: helping those in need, supporting the weak, defending the oppressed and encouraging the depressed Those features of mercy are not exclusively meant to be dedicated only to human beings. They even extend to include every living thing. According to a Hadith (a narration) by Prophet Muhammad, a man was completely forgiven for quenching the thirst of a panting dog. All the incidents and teachings of Islam conclude that mercy is superior to all other fine qualities and concepts. It’s also well emphasized that mercy is the root of all virtues.

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    Purpose of life English

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    Lecturere : kamel Ahmed

    What is the purpose of your life

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    Safety is a requirement, and precaution is an absolute must! For everyone's sake, stay home

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    Islam urges people to allegorically and realistically construct the global world, seek to create means of provisions and earn living by legitimately working in different fields of professions, such as trade, agriculture and industry. The Prophet said, "None would taste much more palatable food than that which one has earned by working with one's own hands. Therefore, the Prophet of Allah, David used to eat from the earnings of his manual labor." Behaving as such would yield one profitable consequences provided he or she is committed to honesty, sincerity in transactions, fulfillment of wages with no delay in time, giving full measurements and refraining from deception, monopoly and usury.

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    Message of peace

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    Neighbors in Islam

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    Brotherhood in Islam

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    The Purpose of Life : this vedio talks to those who don’t know the purpose of their lives in this world. Even if they want to know, they go astray due to the Devil’s tricks and blind faith. So it gives them a right and rational method through which everyone can know the right path in this world.

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    Morality in the Quran

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    The Purity in Islam

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    slam provides many human rights for the individual. The life and property of all citizens in an Islamic state are considered sacred, whether a person is Muslim or not. Islam also protects honor. So, in Islam, insulting others or making fun of them is not allowed. The Prophet Muhammad said: Truly your blood, your property, and your honor are inviolable.

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