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A Ramadan Message: A Time for Growth in

A Ramadan Message: A Time for Growth in Love, Devotion and Lasting Change

The time for Ramadan is here again, so once more we will be actively involved in Ibadah, or acts of devotion, including fasting, prayers, Taraweeh, late night prayers, Qur’an recitation, and other forms of worship. However, before we become too engaged in our Ibadah, let’s remember our larger goals for this month so that we can make the most of the coming days and weeks. Therefore, as part of our Ibadah and obedience to Allah this Ramadan, let us seek to improve our relationship with Allah by asking for His forgiveness and blessing, getting a broader perspective on doing good, striving to excel in all good acts, and making lasting changes in our inner and outer lives.

Drawing Nearer to Allah

First and foremost to remember as we engage in the various Ibadah during Ramadan is that these acts of devotion offer us the opportunity to get closer to Allah and to increase the love we have for Him in our hearts. As Muslims, our faith requires that our love for Allah and his Prophet (Sallalahu alaihi wasallam – May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) supersedes any love we have for any other object or creation. Many scholars agree on the basis of sound ahadith that Allah creates the individual—his soul and his heart—in such a way that his natural tendency is to love Allah. However, as a person’s heart is gradually intruded upon by doubts, desires, and temptations, that love has to be rekindled from time to time through both faith and knowledge.

Ramadan provides us with the perfect opportunity to increase the love we have in our hearts for Allah by devoting this period to perfecting our Ibadah. For example, as-Salah (prayer) is one of the key Ibadah we will engage in during Ramadan, so during this time, we can focus on increasing the quality and khushu of our prayers. For those new to Islam, “khushu” refers to the soft, silent, humble, devoted state of the heart in prayer as it stands or bows before Allah. We can improve this state during that Ibadah by perfectly focusing our hearts and minds on our prayerful recitations and on Allah.

The Prophet (SAW) said:

“When one of you stands in prayer, he is conversing with his Lord, so let one of you know what he is saying to his Lord and do not raise your voices above one another in reciting when praying.”

Narrated by Ahmad (4928) and classed as saheeh by Shu’ayb al-Arna’oot in Tahqeeq al-Musnad

The importance of prayer is also evident from this Hadith, in which Abu Hurairah quoted the Prophet (SAW) as saying:

“Whoever goes to the mosque in the morning and evening, Allah will prepare for him an honorable place in Paradise every time he goes and comes.”

Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 631, and Muslim, 669

We should use the same principle when engaging in other Ibadah such as reciting the Qur’an, performing Dhikr (the remembrance of Allah), giving charity, and other devotions. Let’s make sure, therefore, that our intentions when performing Ibadah are solely for the purpose of pleasing Allah and that we devote our worshipful efforts to increasing our love for Him in our hearts.

Broaden the scope of your good deeds

In Islam, the practice of good deeds extends beyond the realm of such Ibadah as prayer and fasting. Unfortunately, for many devout Muslims, the broader definition of good deeds is often lost. Many Muslims are quite steadfast in prayer and fasting, but they tend to be less committed to other moral standards stressed by both Allah and His Prophet (SAW). Ramadan provides us with an excellent opportunity to broaden our horizons when doing good deeds, as we have repeatedly learned from both the Qur’an and the Hadith but rarely practice in our lives.

Such opportunities include:

Visiting the sick
Repairing family relationships and other personal ties
Being kind and respectful to our spouses
Paying our respects at funerals
Helping others in their time of need
Other acts of kindness and devotion

my journey today from 11 am to 8 pm with 3 hrs break at palani and 1/2 hour break at salem on my ktm duke 390 TN37CE9786

my journey today from 11 am to 8 pm with 3 hrs break at palani and 1/2 hour break at salem on my ktm duke 390 TN37CE9786

my journey today from 11 am to 8 pm with 3 hrs break at palani and 1/2 hour break at salem on my ktm duke 390 TN37CE9786

அன்புடன் ஆர்எஸ்எஸ் கடந்த ஓராண்டில் பாஜக

அன்புடன் ஆர்எஸ்எஸ்
கடந்த ஓராண்டில் பாஜக மற்றும் இந்து முன்னணியை சேர்ந்த பல முக்கிய தலைவர்கள் நடுரோட்டில் ஓடஓட விரட்டி படுகொலை செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளனர்.

இந்த கொலைகள் நடந்தவுடன் வழக்கம் போல ஊடகங்களும் RSS BJP இந்து முன்னணி காவி பண்டாரங்களும் முஸ்லிம்களின் மீது பழி போட்டு பஸ் எரிப்பு ,கடையடைப்பு நடத்தி அரசியல் ஆதாயம் அடைகிறது .

சில நாட்கள் கழித்து இந்த கொலைகள் தொடர்பான உண்மையான குற்றவாளிகள் கைது செய்யப்பட்டு இந்த கொலை தொடர்பான கேவலமான பின்னணி தெரிய வரும்போது , இதனை பத்திரிக்கைகள் சிறிய செய்தியாக வெளியிடுகிறது .

தற்போது திருவள்ளூர் இந்து முன்னனி சுரேஷ் குமார் கொலை செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளார். இதற்க்கு ராமகோபாலன் பொன்ரா உள்ளிட்ட பாஜக இந்து முன்னனியினர் கண்டனங்களை தெரிவித்து கொலைக்கு காரணமான தீவிரவாதிகளை கைது செய்யமாறு வலியுறித்தியுள்ளனர். இதற்க்கு காரணமானவர்கள் இதற்க்கு முன்னர் கொலை செய்யப்பட்ட ஆடிட்டர் ரமேஷ், அரவிந்த் ரெட்டி, குட்டை நம்பு, விட்டல் ஆகியோரின் கொலைக்கு காரணமானவர்களே இதையும் செய்திருக்க வேண்டும் என்றும் தெரிவித்துள்ளனர்.

உண்மையில் மேற்படி கொலைகளை யார் எதற்காக செய்தார்கள் ?

1.கோயம்பேடு விட்டல் கொலை 27.4.2012 .

சென்னை விருகம்பாக்கம் சாய்நகரை சேர்ந்தவர் விட்டல் (35). இவர் 127-வது வட்ட பா.ஜனதா தலைவராக இருந்தார்.கோயம்பேடு மார்க்கெட்டில் கந்துவட்டிக்கு பணம் கொடுத்து வந்தார்.27.4.2012 .அன்று இரவு கோயம்பேடு மார்க்கெட்டின் பின்புறம் கை துண்டிக்கப்பட்டு உடல் முழுவதும் பலத்த வெட்டுக்காயங்களுடன் விட்டல் பிணமாக கிடந்தார்.
கடந்த ஒரு வருடத்துக்கு முன்பு சுந்தரபாண்டியன் என்பவருக்கு ரூ.2 லட்சம் பணம் கொடுத்துள்ளார். அந்த பணத்தை சுந்தரபாண்டியன் திருப்பி கொடுக்கவில்லை. இதனால் அடிக்கடி விட்டல் சுந்தரபாண்டியன் வீட்டுக்கு சென்று வீட்டு பெண்களை ஆபாசமாக பேசியுள்ளான் .இதனால் ஏற்பட்ட ஆத்திரத்தில் சுந்தரபாண்டியன் அவரது அண்ணன் முருகன் மற்றும் நண்பர் கங்காதரன் ஆகியோர் சேர்ந்து விட்டலை வெட்டிக் கொன்றுள்ளனர். இந்த வழக்கில் நால்வர் கைது செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளனர் .

2.டாக்டர் அரவிந்த் ரெட்டி கொலை 23.10.12 .

வேலூர் ரங்காபுரத்தைச் சேர்ந்தவர் பிரபல டாக்டர் அரவிந்த் ரெட்டி (38). பாஜ மாநில மருத்துவர் அணி செயலாளராக இருந்தார். கடந்த சட்டமன்ற தேர்தலில் வேலூர் தொகுதி பாஜ வேட்பாளராக போட்டியிட்டு தோல்வி அடைந்தார். கடந்த மாதம் 24ம்இரவு 7.30 மணியளவில், பைக்கில் வந்த 3 பேர் அரவிந்த் ரெட்டியை ஓட ஓட விரட்டி வெட்டிக் கொலை செய்தனர் .

கொலை நடந்த இடத்தில் ஸ்பிரேயர் பாட்டிலில் தயார் செய்த நாட்டு வெடிகுண்டை போலீசார் பறிமுதல் செய்தனர் . உடனே முஸ்லிம் தீவிரவாதிகள்தான் இந்த கொலையை செய்ததாக பந்த் நடத்தினார்கள் .

விசாரணையில் பெண் விவகாரத்தால் கொலை நடந்தது தெரிய வந்தது .இந்த கொலைக்கான சதித்திட்டத்தை குண்டர் சட்டத்தின்கீழ் வேலூர் மத்திய சிறையில் உள்ள பிரபல ரவுடி வசூர் ராஜா தீட்டியுள்ளார் .

வேலூர் சைதாப்பேட்டையை சேர்ந்த தங்கராஜ் (26), பிச்சை பெருமாள் (28) மேலும், இந்த கொலையில் ஓல்டு டவுன் உதயா என்ற உதயகுமார் (28), சின்னா என்ற சந்திரன் (25), அரியூர் ராஜா (எ) ராஜ்குமார் (எ) எம்எல்ஏ ராஜா (32), சோளிங்கர் தரணி என்ற தரணிகுமார் (24) ஆகியோர் இந்த வழக்கில் கைது செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளனர் .

3.நாகப்பட்டிணம் புகழேந்தி கொலை 5.7.12 .

நாகப்பட்டிணத்தில் பாஜக மாநில பொதுக்குழு உறுப்பினராக இருந்த புகழேந்தி (53),காலை நடைபயணம் சென்ற போது ஆட்டோவில் வந்த 4 மர்ம நபர்களால் வெட்டி படுகொலைச் செய்யப்பட்டார்.

கொலை செய்யப்பட்ட புகழேந்தி, கட்டப்பஞ்சாயத்து நில ஆக்கிரமிப்பு அடாவடி செயலில் ஈடுபடுவதும் , சில தினங்களுக்கு முன்பு அப்பகுதியில் உள்ள ஆசிரியர் ஒருவர் வீட்டை அபகரித்த வழக்கில் கைது செய்யப்பட்டு சமீபத்தில் தான் ஜாமீனில் வெளிவந்ததும் தெரியவந்தது . இவனால் பாதிக்கப்பட்ட முனீஸ்வரன் என்பவர் இந்த கொலையை செய்ததும் தெரியவந்தது . முனீஸ்வரன் சேலம் நீதி மன்றத்தில் சரணடைந்தார் .

4. பரமக்குடி முருகன் கொலை 19.3.13

பரமக்குடி. பாரதீய ஜனதா முன்னாள் கவுன்சிலரான முருகன்இவர் வாஜ்பாய் மன்ற தலைவராகவும் இருந்து வந்தார்.மோட்டார் சைக்கிளில் வந்த மர்ம நபர்களால் பைப்வெடிகுண்டு வீசியும், அரிவாளால் வெட்டியும் படுகொலை செய்யப்பட்டார்.போலீஸ் விசாரணையில் 6 ஏக்கர் நிலத்தகராறு தொடர்பாக ராஜபாண்டி மனோகரன் ஆகியோரால் படுகொலை செய்யப்பட்டது தெரியவந்தது .
மேற்கண்ட கொலையை செய்தவர்கள் எந்த மத வெறியர்கள்??.

5.வேலூர் வெள்ளையப்பன் கொலை .

இந்து முன்னணியின் மாநிலச் செயலாளர் வெள்ளையப்பன் வேலூரில் ஓட ஓட விரட்டி வெட்டி படுகொலை செய்யப்பட்டார். மோட்டார் சைக்கிளில் வெள்ளையப்பன் சென்ற போது இந்த சம்பவம் நடந்தது..

வெள்ளையப்பன் கொலை செய்யப்பட்டு கிடந்த இடத்தில் அவரது…

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السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته The Mont

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
The Month of Shaaban and Misconceptions Related to its Virtues

There are many practices related to the month of Shaaban common amongst Muslims that are not supported by any authentic Hadith of the Prophet (S). This post summarizes some of those mistakenly held beliefs. Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali said: “Concerning the virtue of the night of the fifteenth of Shaaban there are numerous AHadith, concerning which the scholars differed, but most of them classed those AHadith of the Prophet (S) as da’eef (weak), and Ibn Hibbaan classed some of them as Saheeh. (Lataa’if al-Ma’aazif, 261.)

Similar to other matters, care should be taken to verify those ahadeeth, even though some of those AHadith mention a chain of narrators. As Muslims, we have been cautioned to not attribute anything to the Prophet (S) that he (S) did not say. It makes no difference whether such an attribution is intended for good or for evil intentions. We see that in the stern warning contained in the words of the Prophet (S) in which he said: “Whoever tells a lie about me deliberately, let him take his place in Hell.” (Narrated by Al-Bukhaari, 10; Muslim, 4.) (Source: islamqa.info).

Here is an explanation of some of those mistakenly held beliefs and the various explanations of the known scholars of Ahl-us-Sunnah (followers of the Sunnah of the Prophet (S).

No special virtues for middle of Shabaan

One of the very common but mistaken beliefs has to do with attributing special virtues to the 15th of the month of Shaaban. The reality, however, is that the Hadith literature lacks the evidence of any authentic AHadith related to this topic. Shaykh Ibn Jibreen states the following:

There is no saheeh marfoo’ report (A Hadith that traces a statement directly to the Noble Prophet (S) without any break in the chain of reporters) that speaks of the virtue of the middle of Sha’baan that may be followed, not even in the chapters on al-Fadaa’il (chapters on virtues in books of Hadith etc.). Some maqtoo’ reports (reports whose chain of narrations do not go back further than the time of Taabi’een) have been narrated from some of the Taabi’een, and there are some ahaadeeth, the best of which are mawdoo’ (fabricated) or da’eef jiddan (very weak). These (weak) reports suggest that people’s lifespans are written on that day or that it is decided on that day who is to die in the coming year. On this basis (lack of any authentic Hadith), it is not prescribed to spend this night in prayer or to fast on this day, or to single it out for certain acts of worship. One should not be deceived by (such ignorance)… And Allah knows best.

Singling out the Middle of Shaaban for special worship is not allowed

Based on the above, therefore, the middle of the month of Shaaban should not be singled out for special worship. In this context, the scholars have stated the following:

… if a person wants to pray qiyaam on this night as he does on other nights – without doing anything extra or singling this night out for anything – then that is fine. The same applies if he fasts the day of the fifteenth of Shaaban because it happens to be one of the ayyaam al-beed, along with the fourteenth and thirteenth of the month, or because it happens to be a Monday or Thursday. If the fifteenth (of Shaaban ) coincides with a Monday or Thursday, there is nothing wrong with that (fasting on that day), so long as he is not seeking extra reward that has not been proven (in the Saheeh Hadith texts).” (islamqa.info)

Fasting on the last day of Shaaban is not allowed

The third issue has to do with fasting on the last day of Shaaban, which is also referred to as the “day of doubt.” It is so called because at times it is not possible to ascertain whether that day is the start of Ramadan or not. There are a number of AHadith and scholarly opinions on this issue some of which are as follows:

‘Ammaar ibn Yaasir said: “Whoever fasts on the day concerning which there is doubt has disobeyed…

The First Masjid in India, Cheraman Peru

The First Masjid in India, Cheraman Perumal Jama Masjid, Kodungallur, Thrissur District, Kerala, Established 629 AD


Legend of a king abdicating his throne to vindicate his certitude is a glorious chapter in any history. There are a number of regional and tribal variations on the tradition of Cheraman Perumal, his abdication of throne to convert to Islam and subsequent pilgrimage to Mecca. The most accepted and popular version is as follows.

Cheraman Perumal, the reigning King of Kerala, with Kodungallur as its capital, once experienced an unusual dream of the new moon being split into two halves at the horizon. His Court astrologers could not give him a satisfactory explanation. Later when a group of Arab traders on their way to Ceylon met the Perumal, he mentioned about his dream. They explained that this could probably be the miracle Prophet performed at Arabia (Holy Qur’an-54:1-5). 

This explanation convinced him and he decided to embrace Islam. His decision to leave for Mecca was kept a secret. He divided his land and assigned various territories to local chieftains to ensure smooth governance. He then left for Mecca, met the Prophet Muhammed (PBUH)and embraced Islam. He spent some years there and while returning home, fell ill and died at Dhufar in Oman. Before his death, he wrote letters to local rulers of Malabar and handed them to his friends. Later, when Malik Bin Dinar and his companions reached Kodungallur, the letters were handed over to the ruling chieftains. They were given permission to construct mosques in different places. The first mosque in India was thus constructed at Kodungallur and Malik Bin Dinar himself was the first Ghazi of this “Cheraman Masjid”. After a while he appointed his relative Habib Bin Malik as the Ghazi at Cheraman Masjid and traveled across the length and breadth of Kerala. He established different Mosques in different parts of Kerala. Later, he left for Arabia where he died. It is believed that the old tombs now at Cheraman Mosque belong to Habib Bin Malik and his wife Khumarriah.


Cheraman Perumal Old Masjid Established 629 AD

Cheraman Perumal Current New Masjid


Musris as it was called in ancient days; Kodungallur is only an appendix in history today.lt was the cradle of Kerala culture centuries ago. Dating back to even 400BC it was a vibrant emporium of trade with East and West. Pliny the Elder(23–79 AD) called her “Primum Emorium Indiae” – the most important Indian port. Phoenicians, Romans, Greeks, Arabs, Persian and Chinese were here in Musiris. Muchiripattanam, referred to in Valmiki Ramayana is just another pointer to its antiquity. 

Augustus Caesar (63 BC –14 AD) had built a temple and protected it by two cohorts at Kodungallur to protect his trade interests. St. Thomas landed here in AD52 and Jews fleeing Jerusalem in AD 69 from the pogrom by Caesar Titus found a haven at Kodungallur. For more than 3000 years, Kerala had a flourishing maritime trade. The merchants from all over the then known world flocked in attracted by the spices, condiments, jewels and various flora and fauna of this ancient land. Even before 800 BC navigators of China and Arabia knew the nature and the trade potential of the monsoon winds. Indian maritime traders were using the monsoon winds to reach Babylon as early as 700 BC. 

Teakwood from Kerala has been identified in the Moon-Attur temple of Mesopotamia and in the 6th century BC Palaces of Nebuchadnezzar. There are details about the spices of Kerala in the Holy books of Jews. Etymologists have noticed interesting phonetic similarities in mercantile nomenclature of ancient Tamil, Greek and Arabic words. The Malayalam words like ‘Karpooram’ and “Inji” became “Carpion and Ginger”. The Tamil word “Arisi” metamorphosed to rice (English) through Orisi (Greek). William Logan has identified Keralite colonies in Arabia and in…

Nellie massacre From Wikipedia, the free

Nellie massacre
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Nellie massacre[1] took place in Assam during a six-hour period in the morning of February 18, 1983. The massacre claimed the lives of 2,191[2] people (unofficial figures run at more than 5,000) from 14 villages[3]—Alisingha, Khulapathar, Basundhari, Bugduba Beel, Bugduba Habi, Borjola, Butuni, Indurmari, Mati Parbat, Muladhari, Mati Parbat no. 8, Silbheta, Borburi and Nellie—of Nagaon district. Most of the victims were women and children belonging to the Muslim community from Bangladesh who had migrated to the region during Bangladesh war. A group of media personnel passing by the region were witness to the massacre.[4]

The massacre was one of many violent incidents during the infamous 1983 elections conducted in the midst of the Assam Agitation. The elections were declared against the wishes of the Assam Agitation leaders who did not want an election till the electoral rolls were cleansed of illegal immigrants. In the 1985 Assam Accord, which ended the agitation, that election was set aside and new elections were declared.

The government gave the survivors of Nellie compensation for each death of as little as 5,000 rupees, contrasted for instance with Rs. 7 lakhs that have been paid to survivors of the Sikh carnage of a year later in 1984.Six hundred and eighty eight criminal cases were filed in connection with Nellie organised massacre and of these 310 cases were charge-sheeted. The remaining 378 cases were closed due to the police claim of “lack of evidence”. But all the 310 charge-sheeted cases were dropped by the AGP government as a part of Assam Accord; therefore not a single person has even had to face trial for the gruesome massacre.

A Commission of Inquiry was instituted under Tribhubhan Prasad Tiwary, the report of which has not been made public. There is enough evidence to suggest that successive local governments, belonging to both the Congress[5] and the AGP,[6] have suppressed information about the massacre.

it is 26 years since Nellie massacre in Assam It is 26 years since Nellie massacre in Assam where thousands of Muslims were killed in a single night. The affects of the massacres can still be felt on the psyche of the Muslim community. They still await justice from India’s judiciary. Government does not give them hope. As they have been neglected after successive governments, both at the state level and from central governments. But judiciary specially India’s highest court still gives them hope.

They don’t have resources to fight the cases, most of them being poor labourers, but hope that India’s Supreme Court opens the cases suo moto.

Indian Muslims have a very short memory. It is barely twenty-one years when more than three thousand Muslims were slaughtered in Nellie, in Nagaon district of Assam in a single day but no one seems to remember the mass killings of the poor Assamese Muslims.

Young Muslim men don’t seem to have heard of the case at all and Muslim leaders behave as if they too are unaware of Nellie. No voice is heard and no debate takes place on what happened to the enquiry commission report submitted to the government. The issue is not raised at all. So justice is a far cry.

In February 1983, 3,300 people were killed in a single day. As per official records, the six hour long attack on Nellie began at 10 am and left at least 1,800 persons dead. Records in the Jagiroad police station put the number of killed in the riots at Dungbari, Muladhari, Borpolah, Silbheti and Mati-parbat at 2,191. But the actual figures are said to be higher, 3,300 according to some estimates. Their only sin was that they voted for Indira Gandhi who had given them assurances, that they need not fear any retaliation. About 1,668 people were arrested in connection with the mass murder.

Tewari Commission, constituted to probe the riot submitted its 600-page report to the Assam government in May 1984, the then Congress government, headed by Hiteswar…

Heroine converts to islam; quit movies P

Heroine converts to islam; quit movies
Posted May 30th, 2014, 10:15 PM IST
Heroine converts to islam; quit movies

South heroine Monika who is known for her films like Azhagi and Silanthi has converted to Islam. The actress has acted in more than 70 films as heroine and child artist, now she has rechristened her name as M G Rahima.

She conducted a press meet to announce her decision and the actress has revealed few images of her in which she is seen wearing the Islam’s traditional costume burka.Monika’s parents Maruti Raj and Gracy were also at the press meet conducted by Monika announcing the decision.

The actress says hereafter she won’t be acting in films. Monika also says that there is no selfishness in her decision to convert to Islam.

Monica stars predominantly in Tamil language films. She introduced as child actor in the early 1990s, she mostly appeared in supporting roles, before taking lead roles from the late 2000s on.

She is probably best known for performances in the films Azhagi, Imsai Arasan 23m Pulikesi and Silandhi. She was well known for telugu audience for her roles in Shiva Rama Raju;Otte Ee Ammai Evaru Teleedu, Maa Alludu Very Good; Koduku.

Monika is not the only kollywood celebrity to convert to Islam. Recently Ilayaraja son and famous composer Yuvan Shankar Raja also converted to Islam for the reasons best known to him.

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