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WHAT IS ISLAM?
 
Can we find an explanation of the great universe? Is there any convincing interpretation of the secret of existence? We realize that no family can function properly without a responsible head, that no city can prosperously exist without sound administration, and that no state can survive without a leader of some kind. We also realize that nothing comes into being on its own. Moreover, we observe that the universe exists and functions in the most orderly manner, and that it has survived for hundreds of thousand of years. Can we then say that all this is accidental and haphazard? Can we attribute the existence of man and the whole world to mere chance.
 
Man represents only a very small portion of the great universe. And if he can make plans and appreciate the merits of planning, then his own existence and the survival of the universe must also be a planned policy. This means that there is an extraordinary power to bring things into being and keep them moving in order.
 
In the world then must be a great force in action to keep everything in order. In the beautiful nature there must be a Great creator who creates the most charming pieces of art produces every thing for a special purpose in life. The deeply enlightened people recognize this creator and call him Allah "God".
 
"There is an extraordinary power to bring things into being and keep them moving in order."
 
He is not a man because no man can create or make another man. He is not an animal, nor he is a plant. He is neither an Idol nor is He a statue of any kind because none of these things can make itself or create anything else. He is different from all these things because He is the maker and keeper of them all. The maker of anything must be different from and greater than things which He makes.
 
There are various ways to know God "ALLAH'' and there are many things to tell about him. The great wonders and impressive marvels of the world are like open books in which we can read about God. Besides, God Himself comes to our aid through the many Messengers and revelations He has sent down to man. These Messengers and revelations tell us everything we need to know about God.
 
The complete acceptance of the teachings and guidance of God 'Allah' as revealed to the last Messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him), is the religion of Islam. Islam enjoins faith in the oneness and sovereignty of Allah, which makes man aware of meaningfulness of the Universe and of his place in it. This belief frees him from all fears and superstitions by making him conscious of the presence of the Almighty Allah and of man's obligations towards Him.
 
A muslim firmly believes in the declaration of these words known as the 'Shahadah' not only by mouth but belief by his tongue and actions:
 
None is worthy of worship but Allah, Muhammad is his messeger.   
 
This faith must be expressed and tested in actions, faith alone is not enough. Belief in one God requires that we look upon all humanity as one family under the universal Omnipotence of God the Creator and Nourisher of all. 
 
Islam is not a new religion, It is, in essence, the same message and guidance which Allah revealed to all Prophets. Adam, Noah, Abraham, Ismael, David, Moses and Jesus (PBUT). But the message which was revealed to Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) is Islam in its comprehensive, complete and final form.
 
QURAN, HADITH AND SUNNAH

The Quran is the last revealed word of Allah and the basic source of Islamic teachings and laws. The Quran deals with the basis of creeds, morality, history of humanity, worship, knowledge, wisdom, God-man relationship, and human relationship in all aspects. Comprehensive teachings on which sound systems can be built of social justice, economics, politics, legislation, jurisprudence, law and international relations, these are important contents of the Quran.
 
There is also 'Hadith', the teachings, sayings and actions of Prophet Mohammed (PBUT), meticulously reported and collected by his devoted companions.
 
The Sunnah of the Prophet describes his character and behaviour with his wives, children and people as a great example to follow in which there is great reward.
 
"there is an extraordinary power to bring things
into being and keep them moving in order."
( Islam is Green ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Daughter of Islam ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Smile ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Muslim Children ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Playing ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Innocence ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Laylat Al-Qadr ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Pray ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Muslim Girl ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Muslim Boy ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Muslim Baby ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( My wife ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
 

( Imam Khatib ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( My Grandmother ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
 
( Generation ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Ramadan Kareem ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
( Eid Mubarak ) by: Mukhiddin A Lee
THE FUNDAMENTAL ARTICLES OF FAITH IN ISLAM
The true faithful Muslim believes in the following Principal articles of faith :
 
 
He believes in One God 'Allah', Supreme and Eternal, Infinite and Mighty, Merciful and Compassionate, Creator   and Provider.

 He believes in all Messengers of God without any discrimination among them. Every known nation had a warner or Messenger from God. They were chosen by God to teach mankind and deliver His divine message. The Quran mentions the name of twenty five of them. Among them Muhammad stands as the last Messenger and the crowning glory of the foundation of (the seal) Prophethood.
 
 Muslims believe in all scriptures and revelations of God. They were the guiding light which the Messengers received to show their people (followers) the Right Path of God. In the Quran a special reference is made to the books of Abraham, Moses, David and Jesus. But long before the revelations has been lost or corrupted. The only authentic and complete book of God in existence in the Quran which have been memorised by many muslims worldwide. 

 The true Muslim believes in the Angels of Allah. They are purely spiritual and splendid beings whose nature does not require food, drink or sleep. They spend their days and nights in the worship of God.

 Muslims believe in the last Day of Judgement. This world will come to an end someday, and the dead will rise to stand for their final and fair trial. People with good records will be generously rewarded and warmly welcomed to the Heaven of Allah, and those with bad records will be punished and cast into Hell.

 Muslims believe in the timeless knowledge of God and His power to plan and execute what he wills. Nothing could happen in His Kingdom against His will and nothing can happen unless He wills it. He is all knowledgeable  and his power and actions never ceases for a moment over His creations. He is wise and merciful, and whatever He does has a meaningful purpose. If this is established in our mind and hearts, we should accept with good faith all that He does, although we may fail to understand it fully, or think it is bad because Allah never intends bad for His creations. 
THE FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM
 

There are five pillars of Islam:
 
The declaration of faith: To bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah, and that Muhammad (PBUH) is His Messenger to all human beings till the Day of Judgment. The Prophethood of Muhammad obliges the Muslims to follow, His exemplary life as a model.

Prayers: Daily prayers are offered five times a day as a duty towards Allah. They strengthen and enliven the belief in Allah and inspire man to a higher morality. They purify the heart and prevent temptation towards wrong - doings and evil.

Fasting the month of Ramadan: Muslims during the month of Ramadan not only abstain from food, drink and sexual intercourse from dawn to sunset but they also practice sincerity and devotion, it is a month where most people feel charitable. It develops a sound social conscience, patience, unselfishness and will - Power.

Zakkah: The literal and simple meaning of Zakkah is purity. The technical meaning of this word designates the annual amount in kind or coin which a Muslim with means must distribute among the rightful beneficiaries. But the religious and spiritual significance of Zakkah is much deeper and more lively. So it has humanitarian and sociopolitical values.

Hajj (Pilgrimage to Makkah): It is to be performed once in a lifetime, if one can afford it financially and physically. 
( Burkina Faso Muslim ) by: Fehim Adam
( Ruanda Muslim ) by: Fehim Adam
( Malavi Muslim Woman ) by: Fehim Adam
( Burundi Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( Madagascar Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( Uganda Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( Multi Nationalities on Mount Arafat - Mecca ) by: Fehim Adam
( Brasil Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( Aceh Muslim Girls ) by: Fehim Adam
( Bangladesh Muslim ) by: Fehim Adam
( Senegal Muslim ) by: Fehim Adam
( Time to make Dua ) by: Fehim Adam
( Dua ) by: Fehim Adam
( Ethiopia Muslim kid ) by: Fehim Adam
( Mozambique Muslim ) by: Fehim Adam
( Bangladesh Muslim boy & his father ) by: Fehim Adam
( Medina "al-Madīnah al-Munawwarah" ) by: Fehim Adam
( Thai Kids ) by: Fehim Adam
( Thai Muslim  ) by: Fehim Adam
( Kurdish Muslim  ) by: Fehim Adam
( Sudan Muslim ) by: Fehim Adam
( Chechen Muslim kid  ) by: Fehim Adam
( Cambodia Muslim kids  ) by: Fehim Adam
( Thailand Muslim kids  ) by: Fehim Adam
( Chineese Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( Guinea Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( Aceh Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( East Turkestan Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( Swaziland Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( Pakistanian Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
( Afghanistan Muslims ) by: Fehim Adam
ISLAM AND THE AIM OF LIFE
 
What is your purpose in life? What is the rationale behind our life? Why do we live in this life? These questions frequently intrigue people who try to find accurate answers.
People provide different answers to these questions. Some people believe the purpose of life is to accumulate wealth. But one may wonder: What is the purpose of life after one has collected colossal amounts of money? What then? What will the purpose be once money is gathered? If the purpose of life is to gain money, there will be no purpose after becoming wealthy. And in fact, here lies the problem of some disbelievers or misbelievers at some stage of their life, when collecting money is the target of their life. When they have collected the money they dreamt of, their life loses its purpose. They suffer from the panic of nothingness and they live in tension and restlessness.
 
Can Wealth Be an Aim?
 
We often hear of a millionaire committing suicide, sometimes, not the millionaire himself but his wife, son, or daughter. The question that poses itself is: Can wealth bring happiness to one’s life? In most cases the answer is NO. Is the purpose of collecting wealth a standing purpose? As we know, the five-year old child does not look for wealth: a toy for him is equal to a million dollars. The eighteen-year old adolescent does not dream of wealth because he is busy with more important things. The ninety-year old man does not care about money; he is worried more about his health. This proves that wealth cannot be a standing purpose in all the stages of the individual's life.
Wealth can do little to bring happiness to a disbeliever, because he/she is not sure about his fate. A disbeliever does not know the purpose of life. And if he has a purpose, this purpose is doomed to be temporary or self destructive.
What is the use of wealth to a disbeliever if he feels scared of the end and skeptical of everything. A disbeliever may gain a lot of money, but will surely lose himself.
 
Worshipping Allah as an Aim
 
On the contrary, faith in Allah gives the believer the purpose of life that he needs. In Islam, the purpose of life is to worship Allah. The term "Worship" covers all acts of obedience to Allah.
The Islamic purpose of life is a standing purpose. The true Muslim sticks to this purpose throughout all the stages of his life, whether he is a child, adolescent, adult, or an old man.
Worshipping Allah makes life purposeful and meaningful, especially within the framework of Islam. According to Islam this worldly life is just a short stage of our life. Then there is the other life. The boundary between the first and second life is the death stage, which is a transitory stage to the second life. The type of life in the second stage a person deserves depends on his deeds in the first life. At the end of the death stage comes the day of judgment. On this day, Allah rewards or punishes people according to their deeds in the first life.
The First Life as an Examination
So, Islam looks at the first life as an examination of man. The death stage is similar to a rest period after the test, i. e. after the first life. The Day of Judgment is similar to the day of announcing the results of the examinees. The second life is the time when each examinee enjoys or suffers from the outcome of his behavior during the test period.
In Islam, the line of life is clear, simple, and logical: the first life, death, the Day of Judgment, and then the second life. With this clear line of life, the Muslim has a clear purpose in life. The Muslim knows he is created by Allah. Muslims know they are going to spend some years in this first life, during which they have to obey God, because God will question them and hold them responsible for their public or private deeds, because Allah knows about all the deeds of all people. The Muslim knows that his deeds in the first life will determine the type of second life they will live in. The Muslim knows that this first life is a very short one, one hundred years, more or less, whereas the second life is an eternal one.
 
The Eternity of the Second Life
 
The concept of the eternity of the second life has a tremendous effect on a Muslims during their first life, because Muslims believe that their first life determines the shape of their second life. In addition, this determines the shape of their second life and this determination will be through the Judgment of Allah, the All just and Almighty.
With this belief in the second life and the Day of Judgment, the Muslim's life becomes purposeful and meaningful. Moreover, the Muslim's standing purpose is to go to Paradise in the second life.
In other words, the Muslim's permanent purpose is to obey Allah, to submit to Allah, to carry out His orders, and to keep in continues contact with Him through prayers (five times a day), through fasting (one month a year), through charity (as often as possible), and through pilgrimage (once in one's life).
 
The Need for a Permanent Purpose
 
Disbelievers have purposes in their lives such as collecting money and property, indulging in sex, eating, and dancing. But all these purposes are transient and passing ones. All these purposes come and go, go up and down. Money comes and goes. Health comes and goes. Sexual activities cannot continue forever. All these lusts for money, food and sex cannot answer the individual's questions: so what? Then What?
However, Islam saves Muslims from the trouble of asking the question, because Islam makes it clear, from the very beginning, that the permanent purpose of the Muslim in this life is to obey Allah in order to go to Paradise in the second life.
We should know that the only way for our salvation in this life and in the hereafter is to know our Lord who created us, believe in Him, and worship Him alone.
We should also know our Prophet whom Allah had sent to all mankind, believe in Him and follow Him. We should, know the religion of truth which our Lord has commanded us to believe in, and practice it …
( Al-Kaaba - Mecca ) by: Fehim Adam
( Mount Arafat - Mecca ) by: Fehim Adam
( Al-Masjid al-Nabawi "The Mosque of the Prophet" ) by: Fehim Adam
( Al-Masjid al-Nabawi "The Mosque of the Prophet" ) by: Fehim Adam
( Al-Masjid al-Nabawi "The Mosque of the Prophet" ) by: Fehim Adam
( Al-Masjid al-Nabawi "The Mosque of the Prophet" ) by: Fehim Adam
ISLAM, THE RELIGION OF EASE
 

Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, is the creator of mankind and therefore knows his nature more intricately than mankind himself. Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, has therefore chosen for us a religion best suited to the nature of mankind, a religion that goes neither to the extremes of hardship nor of laxity, but instead provides a middle path; in other words, a religion of ease. Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, said; 

"Allah intends for you ease, and does not want to make things difficult for you" [2:185]; and "Allah does not want to place you in difficulty" [5:6].

Such easiness is well explained in the hadeeth reported by Abu Hurairah, radiya Allahu 'anhu, that the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, said, "Religion is easy..." [Bukhari], he also said; "The best of your religion, is the easiest." [Ahmad]

The easiness of this religion was put into practise by the best of humanity, the one who came to deliver the message, as Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, said; 

"Verily there has come unto you a Messenger from amongst yourselves, it grieves him that you should suffer any difficulty, he is anxious for you, for the believers he is full of pity and merciful" [10:128]

This understanding is clarified in a hadeeth in which the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, said;
"… Allah did not send me to be harsh, or cause harm, but He sent me to teach and make things easy" [Muslim]. This understanding is further implemented by the mercy sent to mankind, Muhammed, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, in the hadeeth reported by his noble and pure wife, 'Aishah, radiya Allahu 'anhu, who said; "Whenever the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, has a choice between two matters, he would choose the easiest, unless it is sinful (act)" [Bukhari].

Many hadeeths have been reported on the matter of easiness: "Allah likes for this nation ease and hates for it hardship and adversity." [Tabaraani].

"We have been given a privilege over other nations... .we have been given verses that no one else has been given, the last two verses of Surah Baqarah(chapter 2)"Our Lord! Punish us not if we forget or fall into error. Our Lord! Lay not on us a burden greater than we have strength to bear" After each statement, Allah responded by saying, "I did, I did, I did"" [Muslim].

To further emphasise this understanding to his companions, when once a Bedouin stood up and started urinating in the mosque, the people caught him; but he, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, ordered them to leave him and to pour a bucket or a tumbler of water over the place where he had urinated. The Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, then said, "You have been sent to make things easy and not to make them difficult" [Bukhari].

An example that illustrates this point is Salah, an act so important and vital to Islam that the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, said; "Between a person and disbelief is discarding prayer" [Muslim]. He also warned against leaving salah, even at the time of his death, in his very last breaths before departing from this world.

Yet in this worship Allah has also prescribed easiness." At first, the number of prayers was fifty in number, but they were reduced several times until they were five. Then it was proclaimed 'O Muhammad, the order is not changed. These five are (equal in reward) to fifty' [Tirmidhi].

Causes of hardship
If Islam is a religion of ease, why do we find many Muslims not practising it? Why do we find them doing very little of what they ought to be doing, and why do even those who practise their religion sometimes find it difficult? 

There are reasons why the practice of Islam can becomes hard: 

1) Lack of piety
When we speak about Islam being easy we are, in reality, speaking about the easiness of its acts of worship and morals. Religion by definition means commitment and an obligation to a master. Therefore, being a religious person means to be always aware that we are slaves to a master, Allah, subhanahu wata'aala. 

From here we see the mistake of those who want 'ease' to mean 'doing nothing', just saying "I am a Muslim", committing themselves to nothing. It is obvious that they want it to be easy, but what exactly do they want? They want an easy life, a life without any religious practices. 

The idle belief of 'existing only to live' has long ago been negated by Allah, subhanahu wata'aala. He said: 

"Do you think you have been created for nothing and that you will not be resurrected and brought back to Allah again!" [23:115]. He also said: "Thinks man that he is left aimless?" [75:86].

Islam is easy to practice; but those who do not understand the reasons behind their existence, who do not understand the concepts of religion, but meanwhile are striving to secure themselves in this life; then surely they will find its practices difficult.

The easiness of Islam is felt in all of its commandments. Some people find this or that commandment hard to follow but this does not mean that the command is in itself hard; often it is the person who is the cause. 

For example Salah, it is an easy act of worship, as Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, has made clear: 

"And seek help in patience and prayer and truly it is (prayer) extremely heavy and hard except for Al-Khashi'un (i.e. true submitting)" [2;45].

Prayer is an easy act of worship except, of course, for those who do not truly submit to their Lord; they will find it toilsome. 

Why do they find it so? The answer is that it is not the prayer that is difficult, but it is the hearts of these people which have changed from good to bad, as Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, mentioned: 

"Verily, the hypocrites seek to deceive Allah, but it is He Who deceives them. And when they stand up to pray, they stand with laziness …" [4;142]; in another verse He subhanahu wata'aala, said; "And that they came not to prayer except in a lazy state …" [9;54].

2) Ignorance
The rules of Islam did not come as mere do's and don'ts. Each obligation has wisdom and motivation behind it. It should make no difference to us if the wisdom for that particular practice is known or not, because if it is not known to us today, then if Allah wills, He will reveal it to future generations. What is primarily expected from us is to fully submit and implement every command.

For example, the giving of charity, which apparently decreases the wealth of the giver. Islam did not say "Pay charity, pay charity", as this would not motivate people and therefore make it difficult to act upon. Instead Allah says; 

"Would you not like to give a loan to your Lord, and this loan will be paid back to you multiplied and you will be rewarded for it." [2:245]

The Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, said; "Verily, wealth does not decrease because of charity." [Muslim]

It seems Muslims often ask why this act or matter is Halaal or Haraam. With such an attitude they will never achieve their goal, because behind each injunction there is an aspect of wisdom. Without understanding this, practising Islam becomes a heavy burden. With strong belief, we do not even have to ask whether this or that is halaal or Haraam, but rather if it pleases Allah. Therefore we should take the rules seeking the pleasure of Allah subhanahu wata'aala,. If pleasing Allah subhanahu wata'aala, is, always, our aim, then undoubtedly the practice of religion becomes easy, no matter what apparent hardships we may encounter. 

3) Inappropriate environment
It is true that sometimes we find it difficult to practise the religion, even those who are committed to it!

The reason behind this is that we are practising our religion in an non-religious environment. Islam is not meant to be practised while being immersed in a Kufr (disbelieving) society. Its practice will indeed be difficult in such an environment. Therefore, the difficulty cannot be blamed upon Islam as a religion, but rather on the circumstances of the society.

Returning to our example of prayer, we see that prayer by itself is easy, but if you have to stand alone to pray amongst non-Muslims, all of them watching you, it will suddenly become difficult. The obvious conclusion is that the prayer in itself is not difficult, but the environment has made it difficult.

Another example is that of a woman who wears hijaab and is happy to cover herself. If this were an Islamic society, it would have been difficult for her not to be covered, or for a man not to respond to the call to prayer and pray in a mosque. Thus difficulty is not the nature of our religion, but we are trying to be pure in a decadent and immoral environment. These realities are not unknown to Islam, because the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, already warned his companions some fourteen centuries ago, and by that has also warned us by saying, as reported by Abu Tha'laba, radiya Allahu 'anhu, "… Ahead of you are days which will require endurance (in the practice of religion), in which he who shows endurance will be like him who grasps live coals. The one who acts rightly during that period will have the reward of fifty men who act as he does."

The hearers said, "The reward of fifty of them, Messenger of Allah!" He replied, "The reward of fifty of you." A companion said about this difference in reward, "Now you find people helping you to do good deeds, but then they will not find things to help them but they will find things to resist and oppose them." [Tirmidhi].

So Islam is the religion of ease. If we accept it as a religion to start with, then we should take it with its concepts, and practise it in a pure environment (as opposed to a corrupted and decadent one); it will then become an easier religion to practise. 

As it is not possible to have a 100% pure society, we have to strive to achieve this by being surrounded by good Muslims. In doing this, the religion will loosen the burdens around it. 

The easiness of Islam has even been testified by the enemies of Islam. This was apparent in the statement of the Jews at the time of the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, when a man and a woman from amongst them committed fornication. Some of them said to the others: "Let us go to this Prophet, for he has been sent with an easy law …". [Abu Dawood].

So may Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, make us amongst those who 

"Listen to the word and follow the best thereof, whom Allah has guided and those are men of understanding." [39;18].

Ameen.
( Islam is Green ) By : Abed Marzouk
( My Wife ) By : Ramy Mohamed
( Iman ) By : Ramy Mohamed
( Forgiving ) By : Ramy Mohamed
( Mercy ) By : Ramy Mohamed
( Read-the first verse of Quran ) By : Nora Algalad
( I love ALLAH ) By : Nora Algalad
( The 99 Names of ALLAH ) By : Nora Algalad
( Muhammad - the Messenger of Mercy ) By : Nora Algalad
( ALLAH one, he has no son ) By : Nora Algalad
( Eisa "Jesus" - Messenger of ALLAH ) By : Nora Algalad
( Tawheed ) By : Abdelghany Shoair
( The Way of Life ) By : Abdelghany Shoair
( Islam is common and Perfect Sense ) By : Omar Saraya
( Paradise ) by : Ali Naguib
( Calming down ) by : Ali Naguib
( Talking to ALLAH ) by : Ali Naguib
( Passing through ) by : Ali Naguib
( You're how much you're close to Allah ) by : Ali Naguib
'Allah' by: Faheema Patel
'Branches of Imaan' by: Faheema Patel
'Shahadah' by: Faheema Patel
'The Beauty of Nature' by: Faheema Patel
( Family ) by : Hajar Yousry
Patience and Magnanimity ) by : Hajar Yousry
( Best Character ) by : Hajar Yousry
( Charity ) by : Hajar Yousry
( Quran ) by : Hajar Yousry
( Prayer & Jihad ) by : Hajar Yousry
( Safety ) by : Hajar Yousry
( Best of Jihad ) by : Hajar Yousry
( ALLAH Remember you ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( ALLAH knows ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( Be Kind ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( Be Good ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( GOD's Creatures ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( Pure Hearts ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( The Poewer of Quran ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( The Poewer of Dua ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( Defining ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( Relieving ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( Guide ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( Remembrance ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( Hajj ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( ALLAH knows ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
( Be close to ALLAH ) by: Khaled Al-Essawi
(Forgiveness) by: Rami Hoballah
Wrong Actions = Sins
(Mohammed & Jesus) by: Rami Hoballah
(The Seven Seas) by: Rami Hoballah
(Marriage) by: Rami Hoballah
(Rain) by: Rami Hoballah