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To burn ISO to Flash Drive on a MAC system using Terminal, Open a new Terminal window. Then follow the instructions below.
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Years of studying Islam brought Montgomery Watt, an Orientalist scholar, to this conclusion:
“The other main allegations of moral defect in Muhammad (Peace and Blessing of Allah Be Upon him) are that he was treacherous and lustful . . . Sufficient has been said above about the interpretation of these events to show that the case against Muhammad (Peace and Blessing of Allah Be Upon him) is much weaker than is sometimes thought. Continue reading “What Montgomery Watt said about Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessing of Allah Be Upon him)”
Imam Ahmad recorded a Hadith from `Abdur-Rahman bin Abi Bakrah, from his father who said,
“A man praised another man in the presence of the Prophet. The Messenger of Allah said:
“Woe to you, you have cut off the neck of your friend! Woe to you, you have cut off the neck of your friend! Continue reading “BEWARE of praising those you admire and BEWARE of being praised!”
Many people visit bereaved friends, relatives, friends of relatives and relatives of friends.
This is a noble act and highly encouraged.
The message from our creator is clear and he has warned us of a great event that is close by. He has told us to be wary of this event. He asks that we recourse to him and work righteousness so we will not fail at that event. One of the several chapters about this event and a short commentary follows:
In seeking a way to calm my heart in recent times due to a noticeable increase in my anxiety, I stumbled upon this book: Patience and Gratitude by Ibn al-Qayyim. The methodology discussed therein has been of great advantage to me. I am positive you stand to gain from them too. Continue reading “Patience and Gratitude”
15th January, 2012
WHY LABOUR—FG TALKS STALLED AND STRIKE/PROTESTS CONTINUE MONDAY 16 JANUARY 2012
The talks between the Federal Government and Labour represented by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) in Abuja on Saturday 14th January, 2012 stalled due to differences on the methodology in finding a solution to the crisis.
Labour’s analysis of the situation is that tension is very high in the land following the fuel price increase, the resultant strikes, rallies and street protests and the human causalities that have followed. And that a suspension of the new petrol prices will reduce tension and return the country to normalcy.