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"O mankind! Worship your Lord (Allah), Who created you and those who were before you so that you may acquire taqwa (piety).

Who has made the earth a resting place for you, and the sky as a canopy, and sent down water (rain) from the sky and brought forth therewith fruits as a provision for you. Then do not set up rivals unto Allah (in worship) while you know (that He alone has the right to be worshipped."

Qur’an, 2:21-22

Several scholars of Tafsir, like Ar-Razi and others, used this Ayat (verse) as an argument for the existence of the Creator, and it is a most worthy method of argument. Indeed, whoever ponders over the things that exist, the higher and lower creatures, their various shapes, colors, behavior, benefits and ecological roles, then ... Read more »

Category: Aqeedah | Views: 2599 | Added by: pemdatokyo | Date: 01.07.2011 | Comments (0)

Rights of Allah

Allah's Rights upon His creation are the rights that must be kept the most. Allah is the sole Creator and Sustainer of the universe. He is the Almighty who created everything with absolute wisdom. Allah is the One who initiated every being from nothing. He is the One who protects humans in their mothers' wombs, as infants, as children and as adults. He, alone, sustains all humans and provides them with food and every aspect of life. Allah said, what translated means, "And Allah has brought you out from the wombs of your mothers while you know nothing. And He gave you hearing, sight and hearts that you might give thanks (to Allah)." [16:78]

If Allah refuses sustenance to anyone he will be instantly destroyed. Allah's mercy is what kee ... Read more »

Category: Aqeedah | Views: 2360 | Added by: pemdatokyo | Date: 01.06.2011 | Comments (1)

Tips for Memorizing the Qur’an

            Allah says in the Holy Qur’an (interpretation of the meaning): "Those who recite the Book of Allah, establish regular prayer, and spend (in charity) out of what We have provided for them, secretly and openly, hope for commerce that will never fail” (Fatir 35:29)

Abdullah ibn Amr ibn Al-As may Allah bless him reported: The Prophet peace be upon him said, "The one who was devoted to the Qur'an will be told on the Day of Resurrection: `Recite and ascend (in ranks) as you used to recite when you were in the world. Your rank will be at the last Ayah you recite.''' [Abu Dawud and At-Tirmidhi].

This Hadith mentions the merit of those who memorize part or all of the Qur'an. Some scholars, in explaining this Hadith, have mentioned that the number of ranks (levels) i ... Read more »

Category: Al Qur`an | Views: 5989 | Added by: pemdatokyo | Date: 01.06.2011 | Comments (0)

Cambridge hosts training session for British Muslims

University of Cambridge collaborate with Egyptian students to offer training session to teach them about pastoral care, interfaith working and community leadership

The first course launched by Al-Azhar University in collaboration with the University of Cambridge has come to an end.

Al-Azhar University in Cairo offered British Muslims studying at the Prince Alwaleed Centre of Islamic Studies in Cambridge the chance to attend its Imam training. The course was especially designed for young British Muslims studying in Darul Ulooms (Islamic seminaries) which often produce future Imams and Muslim chaplains.

The 15 week programme hoped to provide students with a challenging series of seminars, lectures and personal study assignments that will help them with potential roles as leaders in their faith communities.

During the course, students spent time ... Read more »

Category: Islamic World News | Views: 4111 | Added by: pemdatokyo | Date: 01.06.2011 | Comments (0)

`...its soil has been made a purification for us when we do not find water."

Hudhayfah relates that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "We have been distinguished with three blessings over the rest of humanity: We have been given ranks in prayer like the ranks that the angels have, the whole world has been made a place of prayer for us, and its soil has been made a purification for us when we do not fi ... Read more »

Category: Fiqh | Views: 1516 | Added by: pemdatokyo | Date: 01.05.2011 | Comments (0)

Category: Lecture Review | Views: 18857 | Added by: pemdatokyo | Date: 01.04.2011 | Comments (8)

Want Allah to forgive you ? forgive others.

If we want Allah to forgive us, we should be forgiving of others and willing to overlook their wrongs. This is part of what it means to be good to others. Allah describes his believing servants as "those who restrain their anger and are pardoning towards people.” He then says: "Indeed, Allah loves those who do good.” [Sūrah Āl `Imrān: 134]

Indeed, Allah says: "And let not those of you who possess wealth and abundance swear against giving to the near of kin and the poor and those who have had to emigrate for Allah’s sake. They should forgive and forebear. Do you not love that Allah should forgive you? And Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.” [Sūrah al-Nūr: 22]

Righteous deeds of all kinds bring us closer to Allah, but especially kindness to others. We should show kindness to all creatures as well as to human beings, whether t ... Read more »
Category: Miscellany | Views: 1450 | Added by: pemdatokyo | Date: 01.04.2011 | Comments (0)

Morality and Ethic in Islam

The word "morality” comes from the Latin word moralitas meaning "manner, character, and proper behavior”. Morality generally refers to a code of conduct, that an individual, group or society hold as authoritative, in distinguishing right from wrong. Such an ideal code of conduct is often espoused in preference to other alternatives.

Islam as a comprehensive way of life encompasses a complete moral system that is an important aspect of its world-view. We live in an age where good and evil are often looked at as relative concepts. Islam however, holds that moral positions are not relative, and instead, defines a universal standard by which actions may be deemed moral or immoral.

Islam’s moral system is striking in that it not only defines morality, but also guides the human race in how to achieve it, at both an individual as well as a collective level.

Basic Principles in Islamic Mora ... Read more »

Category: Miscellany | Views: 7100 | Added by: pemdatokyo | Date: 01.04.2011 | Comments (6)


We stress here again the fact that Japanese people enjoy good character. In fact, when a Japanese person reads about Islam he finds that it largely conforms to the ideals adopted by his or her society. If Allah (S.W.T.) wishes him or her guidance, He paves the way for him or her to embrace Islam. See the appendix on the good traits of  Japanese people which they have inherited from Al Samurrai, members of a powerful military class in Japan in the past.

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Category: Miscellany | Views: 9008 | Added by: pemdatokyo | Date: 01.04.2011 | Comments (0)

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