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WAMA NEWS: AFTER THE SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH OF ITS MOSQUE PROJECT ON SUNDAY 28/07/2013, WAMA WOULD LIKE TO SINCERELY THANK ALL THE COMMUNITY FOR THIS REMARKABLE EVENT AND ASK EACH AND EVERYONE TO CONTRIBUTE GENEROUSLY FOR THE SUCCESS OF THIS NOBLE PROJECT. MAY ALLAH ASSIST US
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HAJJ: The fifth pillar of ISLAM PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sidik Caba   
Thursday, 05 September 2013 04:54

The Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca) is the fifth of the fundamental Muslim practices and institutions known as the five pillars of Islam.  Pilgrimage is not undertaken in Islam to the shrines of saints, to monasteries for help from holy men, or to sights where miracles are supposed to have occurred, even though we may see many Muslims do this.  Pilgrimage is made to the Kaaba, found in the sacred city of Mecca in Saudia, the ‘House of God,’ whose sanctity rests in that the Prophet Abraham built it for the worship of God.  God rewarded him by attributing the House to himself, in essence honoring it, and by making it the devotional epicenter which all Muslims face when offering the prayers (salah).  The rites of pilgrimage are performed today exactly as did by Abraham, and after him by Prophet Muhammad, may God praise them.

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 September 2015 04:54
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Honesty in Islam PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sidik Caba   
Tuesday, 08 December 2015 12:45

Islam and Honesty

 
 

Islam orders the Muslim to be honest to himself and others. This order repeatedly comes in the Noble Qur'an and the sayings of Prophet Muhammad (SAWS). Islam orders the Muslim to tell the truth even if it is against the teller's interest. Orders him not to cheat or deceive other people. A Muslim is ordered by Allah to be honest in his words and deeds, privately and publicly alike.

Implication of Honesty

Honesty in words implies telling the truth in all cases and under all conditions. Honesty also implies fulfilling the promise, whether written or given orally, in text and spirit. Honesty also implies giving the right advice to the one who asks for it.

Honesty also implies doing one's work as sincerely and as perfectly as possible. Honesty also implies carrying out duties as fully as possible whether the person is supervised or not. Honesty means giving every person his due rights without his asking for these rights.

Honesty means doing the right thing in the right way at the right time. Honesty means objectivity in judgment, objectivity in evaluation, and objectivity in decisions of all types. Honesty implies the right selection of personnel and the right promotion of personnel, i.e., selection by merit and promotion by merit, not by temper or favouritism or personal relations.

Honesty is a blanket term that covers a wide range of traits. It covers telling the truth, sincerity in work, carrying out duties, fulfilling one's word, objective judgments, and objective decisions. Honesty is the opposite of lying, the opposite of bluffing, the opposite of hypocrisy, the opposite of favouritism, and the opposite of deceit.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 April 2016 06:28
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Let us hurry up for tremendous rewards PDF Print E-mail
Written by Adbul Karim (diomandy)   
Monday, 06 August 2012 10:35

All Praises are due to Allah, Who once again has honoured amongst His multitude creators the Muslims with the month of Ramadan.It is actually a Blessing from the Lord of the Universe and a great opportunity for the one who is given the chance to witness the advent of this generous and marvellous “Visitor”, arrived for not only our forgiveness, mercy on us but above all to cultivate in us the Takwah, Piety or God Consciousness; through his teachings (S2, V183). After passing the first half of the month of Ramadan, one can proceed to a self evaluation with regards to his deeds of worship and other acts of piety observed so far. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 July 2015 18:29
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Ramadan follow up PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cheik Adam   
Thursday, 16 September 2010 19:44

Our Behaviour after Ramadan

Ramadan is a school of faith, purification and repentance, whereby Muslims all over the globe are trained how to assess oneself in terms of reviewing the level of faith in Allah, controlling one’s desire to match that of the Creator (SWT) and also behaving appropriately with people around. Furthermore, are also taught of the significance of patience and forgiveness, which are all characteristics of TAQWA (piety), which is the central wisdom behind the prescription of fasting in ISLAM. Allah says: «O you who believe, fasting has been prescribed for you as it was prescribed for people before you so that you may become pious». S 2, V183.   

Piety being the major wisdom to fasting, is also responsible for a number of facts we- Muslims- develop and generate during this blessed month that cannot easily be observed at any other time. The followings are some examples:

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 July 2015 13:41
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Let us hasten for the reward of 83 years of worship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sidick   
Wednesday, 09 September 2009 18:03

Let us seize the opportunity of LAYLATUL QADR (The night of power)

Praise is due to Allah, Who has made it possible for us to witness this blessed month of Ramadan until today. We seek His Mercy and ask Him to enable us to observe the most important moment of this very special month.

In a hadith narrated by Abu Hurayrah, the prophet (S.A.W) said: “...Allah has in this month a night better than a thousand nights; whoever is excluded from its benefit, will be excluded from all benefits...” An-nisa’i  Yes, we have the opportunity to obtain the merits of thousand months of worship in just one night during this blessed month of Ramadan.

Allah says: Verily, We have sent it (this Qur'ân) down in the night of Al-Qadr.  And what will make you know what the night of Al-Qadr is? The night of Al-Qadr is better than a thousand months (i.e. worshipping Allah in that night is better than worshipping Him a thousand months, i.e. 83 years and 4 months).

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Ayah of the week

And in some parts of the night (also) offer the Salât (prayer) with it (i.e. recite the Qur'an in the prayer), as an additional prayer (Tahajjud optional prayer Nawâfil) for you (O Muhammad SAW). It may be that your Lord will raise you to Maqâman Mahmûda (a station of praise and glory, i.e. the highest degree in Paradise!).
(Surah Al-Isrâ', Ayah 79)

Hadith of the week

'Abdullah ibn as-Salam reports: "When the Prophet (pbuh) came to Medinah, the people gathered around him and I was one of them. I looked at his face and understood that it was not the face of a liar. The first words I heard him say were: 'O people, spread the salutations, feed the people, keep the ties of kinship, and pray during the night while the others sleep and you will enter paradise in peace."

[related by al-Hakim, Ibn Majah, and at-Tirmizhi who calls it hasan sahih.]

 

 

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