Monthly Archives: January 2014

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Allahu Akbar…. ❤

Do you know who is the real friend?

Do you know who is the real friend?
She is not only the one with whom you laugh or eat,
she is not only the one you enjoy to seat with, 

but the real friend is also the one who helps you to strengthen your Iman the moment you talk with her, who helps you to increase the « account » of your good deeds, 

who holds your hand to walk with you on the straight path, 
who always remembers you in her Duaa without asking her to do it
that is the real sister and friend ….

oh Allah forgive me and guide me

Dear sisters, mothers and wife…

Stay away from what many of the women are doing Today!

Shaykh Saalih Al-Fawzaan (May Allaah preserve him)

“It is upon the woman who fears Allaah and the hereafter to stay away from what many of the women are doing today such as being lackadaisical with the hijaab and easy-going with wearing decorative garments when going outside and being lax with using perfume when going out of the house and intermingling with men and joking with them.

Allaah, the Most High, said to His Prophet’s wives:

“Then do not be soft in speech, lest he in whose heart there is a disease (of fornication) should be moved with desire. But rather speak in an honorable manner.” [Ahzaab: 32]

If a woman has a need to speak to a man that is not one of her mahaarim, she may speak to him, but with a casual tone that has no softness or gentleness in it, and not in a joking or laughing manner.

Rather her speech must be ordinary and in accordance with what necessity dictates – i.e. a question and an answer – as per the need only.

She must not speak in a tone that appears friendly, laughing or teasing, or in a mellow or beautiful voice, thus stirring the desire of the one who has a disease in his heart. This is based on Allaah’s saying:

“But rather speak in an honorable manner.” [Ahzaab: 32]

So the Muslim women of today must fear Allaah with respect to themselves and their societies.”

[Taken from ‘Four Essays On The Obligation Of Veiling’ Chapter: Advice To Muslim Women by Shaykh Saalih Al-Fawzaan, p. 72]