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Children, Confidence, and Marriage: AT&T https://www.missionislam.com/know 18 Migration for the Cause of Allah taken form the book entitled: 'Al Wala' wa'l Bara' Authored by: Muhammad Sa'eed Al Qahtani This is one of the most important f factors of migration for the sake of Allah. We will divide our dis tion are always among the primary mo sion of this into two broad areas: Living among the disbelievers and its ruling 2. Migrating from the abode of disbelief to the abode of Islam. Living in the abode of disbel s have explained the complimentary concepts of the "Abode of Disbelief and that of m as folloWS: The Abode of Disbel is in their hands. These lands may be of two types. One which is at war with the Muslims and one which enjoys a truce with them. The determining factor is that it is ruled by the laws of the disbelievers, for it is the Abode of Disbelief or "Dar ulKufr", even if a large majority s whatever land is ruled by the disbelievers, in which the laws of the disbelievers are supreme and political power ims The Abode of Islam is an It is Dar ul-lslam, even if the majority of the population are disbelievers, so long as the Muslims rule it according to the Shari'ah. [34] nd that is ruled by the Muslims, where the Shari'ah is the supreme law and the Muslims hold political power. As Islam is the religion of dignity and authority, it was impossible to think of any Muslim submitting himself to the disbelievers, indeed it is forbidden for a Muslim to go to live amongst them and acknowledge their authority over him, because his presence amongst them would make him feel weak and isolated, and, then he would become docile and apologetic before them. He would first be called upon to approve of them, and then to follow them. But Muslims should be filled with morale and confidence, they should be leaders, not followers. They should hold the reins of power, no power should be above them but that of Allah. Therefore Muslims were forbidden to ies where Islam is of no account, except when they are able to freely practice their religion and to observe it without any impediment, and without any fear that their presence there could damage them in any way. If this is not the case, then they must migrate o a better place where the authority o further claims on this religion. About this Allah has spoken in Surat an-Nisa lam is of some account. If they refuse to do so, while they are able, then they would have no Verily! As for those whom the Angels have taken (in death) while they are wronging themselves (as they stayed among the disbelievers even though emigration was obligatory to them), they (angels) asked them, "In what condition were you?". They replied, "We were weak and oppressed on earth". The Angels asked, "Was not the earth of Allah spacious enough for you to migrate ther their abode in Hell - what an evil des nor are they able to direct their way [35] n?" Such men will find tion! Except the weak ones among men, women and children who were unable to devise a plan, The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, "I am not responsible for any Muslim who stays among polytheists. They asked: 'Why, Apostle of Allah? He said: 'Their with them then he i should not be visible to one another, and he (peace be upon him) said, "Who joins the polytheists and li ike them" and he (peace be upon him) said: "Migration will ce ends, and repentance will no the west."36] Al-Hassan lbn Salih said: "whoever remai the Muslims but did not do it. If one of the disbelievers accepts Islam, but nemy, will be treated like the disbelievers, so long as he was able to join emains with the disbel ers, even though he was able to the Muslims, he is to be treated like them; neither his blood nor his property will be protected., [37] ce Islam, he will be an apostate by virtue of his Al-Hassan said: "If a Muslim emigrates to the land of the disbel abandonment of Dar ul-lslam [38]. (The Arabic text of the preceding passage refers to the land of the disbelievers as 'dar ul-harb' and Ard ul-Adu', that is: the 'land of the enemy'; this indicates an active military opposition to the Muslims, as if in a state of war rs, yet does not ren f, of his own free will and in defiance of whoever amongst the Muslims Ibn Hazm states that: "Who calls him to his side, is by virtue property is unpr the land of war and disbe s act an apostate, by all the laws of apostas am. Whoever is able to kill him mu ted, his marriage null and void, all his rights are swept away But whoever flees to the 'land of wa them, and who was not able to find an oppres oppo the Muslims in anything nor bears any malice towards uge among the Muslims, is free of any gui ce he was compelled to leave omeone who t s the Muslims as his enemies, o ng his help and his service to the disbe rs, he is a disbeliever. But those were able to go to live earch of wealth or prosperity to live under who would emigrate to amongst the Muslims in t of disbelief, and we can find no possible excuse for them, so we ask Allah's Forgiveness r own land, but still do not withdraw thems such people are not far from the fold in the land of Karmathians by his own free will, he is without doubt a disbeliever, because they are avowed rs and apostates who only long for the destruction he person who am he Muslims. Concerning those who live in a land f, are manifested, they are not considered disbeli ers, as Islam is supreme in the land where some heretic tende where it is possible to practice Islam openly; to confirm the message of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), read the Qur'an, 0 r, perform the fast of Ramadan and f sponsible for any Muslim who stays among polyth The words of the Prophet (peace be upon him), "I am n we have said so far. It is clear that the Prophet (peace be upon him) r appointed some Companions as governors of Khaibar ers here to the 'Dar ul-Harb', and because he (peace be upon him) ew nd), even though everyone who lived there were Jews
Muslim, Paradise, and Virgin: Also reported in Sunan al-Kubra and Musnad Ahmad ibn Hanbal, and declared sahih (authentic)9l by Ibn Abi Shayba, lbn Hibban, and al-Hakim is the hadith that states the servant in Paradise will be married with seventy wives and that theyll be given the sexual strength for a hundred./71 Orthodox Muslim theologians have related further hadith that give us the exact number of 72, such as al-Ghazali who wrote, "TThe Prophet said] the lowest rank of an inmate of Paradise will have eighty thousand servants and seventy two wives.381 irgins or Raisins? This false myth of "white raisins" originated from Christoph Luxenberg, a modern author writing under a pseudonym.(39] His anti-Islamic claim,[40 which has been accused of having a "Christian apologetic agenda" 141] is that the Qur'an was drawn from Christian Syro-Aramaic texts in the early 8th century, in order to evangelize the Arabs,[421 and that the Aramaic word 'hur (white raisin) had been mistranslated b later Arab commentators into the Arabic word 'houri (virgin).143 The Qur'an describes the physical characteristics of the houri in many places, and a reading of relevant verses show that Luxenberg's theory regarding heavenly white raisins is in error Raisins, which are dried grapes, cannot have large eyes, 171 big breasts,2] cannot restrain their glances,1251 cannot be described as chaste,251 or have any of the characteristics listed above. The Qur'an further states that men will be wed to these houri. Men cannot be married to raisins or white grapes. Additionally, for someone to accept this 72 raisins eory, they would also have to accept that the r an was not written by Allah r revealed to the Prophet Muhammad in Arabic durin е century but was in fact written by Christian evangelists in Syro-Aramaic during the 8th century
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