Masjid al-Quba

Masjid Quba (atau Masjid al-Quba) ialah masjid pertama yang dibina oleh orang Islam. Masjid ini terletak di Kota Madinah kira-kira dua batu daripada Masjid Nabawi. Masjid ini diasaskan oleh Nabi Muhammad sebelum Baginda tiba di Madinah melakukan berhijrah dari Makkah.

Masjid an-Nabawi

Masjid an-Nabawi (Arab: المسجد النبوي‎ al-Masjid al-Nabawīy) atau Masjid Nabi merupakan masjid kedua paling suci mengikut kepercayaan umat Islam. Di sini juga terdapat Makam Rasullullah S.A.W. Masjidil Haram merupakan masjid paling suci dan Masjid Al Aqsa merupakan masjid ketiga paling suci dalam Islam.

Universiti al-Azhar

Universiti al-Azhar (Bahasa Arab: جامعة الأزهر atau juga الأزهر الشريف; al-Azhar al-Shareef, "Azhar yang Mulia"), adalah sebuah institusi pendidikan tinggi ulung di Mesir, dan terkenal di dunia sebagai pusat kesarjanaan dan pendidikan. Mula dibina pada 969, ia merupakan universiti yang kedua tertua ditubuhkan yang masih beroperasi selepas Universiti al-Qarawiyin di Fes, Maghribi.

Masjidil Haram

Masjidil Haram, kadangkala disebut juga Masjid al-Haram ataupun Al-Masjid al-Ḥarām (Arab : المسجد الحرام), adalah masjid paling suci mengikut kepercayaan umat Islam. Masjid ini terletak di Kota Makkah Al Mukharamah. Masjid al-Haram dibina mengelilingi Kaabah, iaitu Qiblat umat Islam apabila mengerjakan solat.

Masjid Al-Aqsa

Masjid Al-Aqsa (Arab: المسجد الاقصى), adalah sebahagian daripada kompleks bangunan-bangunan agama-agama di Baitulmuqaddis dikenali sebagai Gunung Majed atau Al-Haram Al-Sharif dan tapak ibadah suci yang ketiga (Tapak Ibadah Suci) kepada Muslim dan Har ha-Bayit (Kuil Suci) kepada Yahudi.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Women In Islam

The study of women in Islam investigates the role of women within the religion of Islam. The complex relationship between women and Islam is defined by both Islamic texts and the history and culture of the Muslim world. The Quran states both that men and women are equal,but also, as in 4:34, that "Men are the protectors and maintainers of women, because Allah has made one of them to excel the other, and because they spend from their means. Therefore the righteous women are devoutly obedient and guard in the husband's absence what Allah orders them to guard." Although the Quran does say this, the superiority of men is interpreted in terms of strength by the context – men maintain women. This verse however refers to a relationship between a husband and wife, not as a society in whole. Sharia (Islamic law) provides for complementarianism, differences between women's and men's roles, rights, and obligations. However neither the Quran nor Hadith mention women have to be housewives. In Majority Muslim countries-women exercise varying degrees of rights with regards to marriage, divorce, civil rights, legal status, dress code, and education based on different interpretations. Scholars and other commentators vary as to whether they are just and whether they are a correct interpretation of religious imperatives.The Islamic Prophet Muhammad was in a precarious position as he began to spread his teachings to his disciples. As an abtar (sterile man), in a natalist and patriarchal culture, his proclaimed identity as the creator of a new religion was viewed as an affront by many who attached authority to a man with a proliferation of wives and children, and in particular, a male heir to ensure the descendants of his authority. Nonetheless, Islam spread to become the dominant religion in the Arab regions of the Middle East, as well as Maghreb in Northern Africa, the Anatolian region such as Turkey, and into South Asia as far as Pakistan, India, Malaysia and Indonesia.

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Monday, September 17, 2012

Innocence Of Muslims - The Film Insulted The Prophet Muhammad SAW

Film 786 (innocence of Muslims) is a film that was made in Holland about the buffoonery of the Prophet Muhammad that we love. 60 million Muslim society interchangeable Holland destroy the economy with less than 5 Minute with sending this message, Hopefully we can answer any questions to us by Allah, when Allah asked us later about what actions we do when his beloved Prophet taken into comedy? Denmark has experienced a loss ... please do not let this message stop in hp or PC. As you know that, all Danish newspapers includes comedy about the Prophet Muhammad SAW and till now they do not regret it. Together we make them regret their actions ... The Danish Ambassador, Prime Minister and Denmark National Channel; currently in use trying to do something to stop the boycott that is done by Muslims since 1 month off, where the boycott they suffered losses of around £ 4 billion.

If we continue to boycott Denmark product in 7 months or more would cause them to lose £ 80 billion interchangeable. Trust me, do not stop to forward this message as much as possible to other Muslim brothers .., sure you can do it within the 15 Minute to spread to our muslim brothers and other Muslim sisters ....

EARLY? Rasulullah REMEMBER YOU MAY BE ASKED TO (ASK retort) Day of VENGEANCE LATER, WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO WHEN THE MATERIALS AS THEY made ​​me buffoonery? Are we going to continue to be silent when the beloved Apostle who will intercede on our padang mahsyar continue insulted?



Innocence Of Muslims
The Film Insulted The Prophet Muhammad SAW

Friday, September 14, 2012

The Seljuk Turks

Although individual Turkish generals had already gained considerable, and at times decisive, power in Mesopotamia and Egypt during the tenth and eleventh centuries, the coming of the Seljuks signaled the first large-scale penetration of the Turkish elements into the Middle East. Descended from a tribal chief named Seljuk, whose homeland lay beyond the Oxus River near the Aral Sea, the Seljuks not only developed a highly effective fighting force but also, through their close contacts with Persian court life in Khorasan and Transoxania, attracted a body of able administrators. Extending from Central Asia to the Byzantine marches in Asia Minor, the Seljuk state under its first three sultans- Tughril Beg, Alp-Arslan, and Malikshah- established a highly cohesive, well-administered Sunni state under the nominal authority of the 'Abbasid caliphs at Baghdad. One of the administrators, the Persian Nizam-al-Mulk, became one of the greatest statesmen of medieval Islam. For twenty years, especially during the rule of Sultan Malikshah, he was the true custodian of the Seljuk state. In addition to having administrative abilities, he was an accomplished stylist whose book on statecraft, Siyasat-Namah, is a valuable source for the political thought of the time. In it he stresses the responsibilities of the ruler: for example, if a man is killed because a bridge is in disrepair, it is the fault of the ruler, for he should make it his business to apprise himself of the smallest negligences of his underlings.