Signs Of Jinn Being In Your House


1) Disturbing the electricity:    Muhammad (saw) said, “The jinn will play with the flame.”
2) Seeing small stones being thrown inside the house and the doors are closed
3) Moving objects
4) When plates are dropped from the hands of people or doors slamming:
Muhammad (saw) said, “If you hear the dog barking or the donkey braying in the night time do not go out of your house shut the door in the name of Allah (bismillah) cover the plates and the glasses.”
5) Things being stolen from the house to cause fitnah: 
Something was stolen from the prophets house and Jibreel told him to seek refuge in Allah as the jinn were trying to cause fitnah between him and his wives. 
6) Burning in the house
7) Strange sounds or voices in the home
8) Strong wind in the home and the windows and doors are closed
9) Whispering or moving of the tree in the home
That is the voice of the jinn.
10) Footsteps going upstairs and downstairs regularly and there is noone there
 11) Hearing voiimages the people in the household and there is no one there
 12) Seeing snakes, cats, or strange animals in the house
 The jinn could take the form of a spider or ant or lizard, but not a mouse.
If you see an animal say, “Bismillahirahman arraheem three times and if it does not leave kill it because it is the shaytan.”
13) Strange human beings in the house
Top half human with strange legs, or part animal.
14) Different colour steam in the home on the windows and glass
15) The feeling of someone following you
16) The household waking up regularly with nightmares especially the children
If that happens say, “Bismillahirahman arraheem read the three quls and after each one say the dua: “Audhu bikalimatillahi at taamati min ghadabi wa iqaabihi wa min sharri ibaadihi wa min hazama ushayateen wa am yahdiroun.”  And blow on the hands and spread on the face and body.”
17) A lot of arguing in the home and hatred among the family members
 18) Miscarriages among the women of the household
 19) Smelling burning matches, or shivering or your hair is standing on its end     That is where the jinn is probably sitting.
20) When you look to the wall and see quick visions/images.
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An appeal to Muslim parents


Dear Parents,

– Tarzan lives half naked,
– Cinderella comes home at midnight,
– Pinocchio tells lies all the time,
– Aladdin is the king of thieves,
– Batman drives at 200 mph,
– Romeo and Juliet commit suicide out of love,
– Harry Potter uses witchcraft,
– Mickey and Minnie are more than just friends,
– Sleeping Beauty is lazy,
– Dumbo gets drunk and hallucinates,
– Scooby Doo gives nightmares,
– Snow White lives with 7 guys…
We shouldn’t be surprised children misbehave, they get it from their storybooks and cartoons which ”we” provide them…

We should instead be teaching them stories like…

+ Abu Bakr (RA)’s loyalty and undying service for his master,

– Umar ibn Khatthab (RA)’s love for justice and tolerance,

– Uthman bin Affan (RA)’s level of shyness and modesty,

– Ali ibn Abi-Talib (RA)’s show of courage and bravery,

– Khalid bin Waleed (RA)’s desire of combating evil,
– Fatima bint Muhammad (RA)’s love and respect to her father,

– Sallahuddin Ayyubi (RA)’s conquest of the promised land,
and much much more to tell about…

Above all, we should teach them about
Allah (Subhanahu-wa-Ta’ala),
Qur’an and the Sunnah,
Stories of earlier prophets,
pious lives of Sahabas and heroic deeds of the martyrs of Islam with love…
Very important aspect is this! And then see how the change begins…In sha Allah…!

A Brief Description Of Jannah


Jannat is made with Bricks of Gold and Silver.
Its cement is of perfumed Musk.
Its chips are pearls and Yaqoot.  
Its sand is Zafraan.

There are eight doors ofJannah. These are eight grades of Jannat

1.   Jannatul Mava
2.   Darul Maqaam
3.   Darul Salaam
4.   Darul Khuld
5.   Jannat-ul-Adan
6.   Jannat-ul-Naeem
7.   Jannat-ul-Kasif
8.   Jannat-ul-Firdous

Food of Jannah

They will eat foods and fruits continuously up to 40 years.
Every bowl will have a new taste.
They will take eructation which will digest the food and there will be perfumed sweating for the digestion of water.
There will be no urine and stool.

Place Name

There will be gardens in Jannah.
Every garden will have the length of about 100 year’s journey.
The shadow of these gardens will be very dense.
Their plants will be free of thorns.
The size of their leaves will be equal to ears of elephants.
Their fruits will be hanging in rows.

Jannatul Mava is in the lowest,
Jannat-ul-Adan is the middle &
Jannat-ul- Firdous is on the highest.

Those who love each other for the sake of Allah will get a pillar of Yaqoot,
On which there will be seventy thousand (70,000) rooms.
These will shine for the residents of Jannah as the sun shines for the residents of Duniya.

There will be rooms in Jannah in such a way that every room will have seventy thousand (70,000) dinning sheets.
On every dinning sheet 70,000 types of foods will be served.
For their service 80,000 young boys will be moving around looking like beautiful scattered pearls.

One bunch of dates will be equal to the length of 12 arms.
The size of a date will be equal to the big pitcher.
These will be whiter than milk, sweeter than honey and softer than butter and free
Of seeds.
The stem of these plants will be made up of gold and silver.
There will also be gardens of grapes. The bunches of grapes will be very big.
The size of a single grape will be equal to a big pitcher.

Someone asked, ya Rasulullah (Sallalahu alaihi wasallam): 
will it be sufficient for me and my family. It was answered, it will be sufficient for you and your whole tribe.

The Dresses of Jannat

The dress of Jannah will be very beautiful.
One will wear 70 dresses at a time.
These will be very fine, delicate, weightless, having different colors.
These dresses will be so fine that the body even the heart will be visible.
And the waves of love in the hearts will also be visible.
These dresses will never become old, never be dirty and will never tear.

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Misquoting The Noble Quran To Support Their View???



In our time, we find that some people to misquote verses from the Qur’an in order to support their twisted presentation of Islam as a hostile and violent religion. These verses are taken out from it’s historical context which must always be considered when developing an understanding of Qur’anic verses.

☾And slay them wherever you catch them☽

❑ The context of the verse in the Qur’an ☟

{ Fight in the cause of God ➫ those who fight you, but ➫ do not transgress limits; for ➫ God loves not transgressors. And slay them wherever you catch them, and turn them out ➫ from where they have turned you out; for persecution and oppression are worse than slaughter; but fight them not at the Sacred Mosque, ➫ unless they (first) fight you there; but ➫ if they fight you, kill them. Such is the reward of those who reject faith. But ➫ if they cease, God is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful. And fight them on until there is no more tumult or oppression, and there prevail justice and faith in God; but if they cease, ➫ let there be no hostility except to those who practice oppression. The prohibited month, for the prohibited month, and so for all things prohibited, there is the law of equality. ➫ If then any one transgresses the prohibition against you, ➫ transgress ye likewise against him. But fear (the punishment of) God, and know that God is with those who restrain themselves } [Qur’an 2:190,194]

❑ The historical context of the verse ☟

● These verses were applicable to a particular situation or if, hypothetically, the same situation was to be repeated
● These verse were revealed at a time when Muslims of Madinah were under constant attack from the Mekkans.
● The context of this verse applies to those who initiate the attack against Muslims. It is the duty of Muslims to enjoin the good and forbid the evil, defend humanity from oppression and persecution and to establish justice.

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The Signs By Which Laylat Al Qadr Is Known :


🌺The signs by which Laylat al-Qadr is known:

1⃣The first sign: it was reported in Sahih Muslim from the hadith of Ubayy ibn Ka’b that the Prophet (peace be upon him) announced that one of its signs was that when the sun rose on the following morning, it had no (visible) rays.[Muslim, 762].

2⃣The second sign: it was reported from the hadith of Ibn ‘Abbas narrated by Ibn Khuzaimah, and by al-Tayalisi in his Musnad, with a Sahih isnad, that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Laylat al-Qadr is a pleasant night, neither hot nor cold, and the following day the sun rises red and weak.”[Sahih Ibn Khuzaymah, 2912; Musnad al-Tayalisi].

3⃣The third sign: it was reported by al-Tabarani with a hasan isnad from the hadith of Wathilah ibn al-Asqa’ that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Laylat al-Qadr is a bright night, neitherhot nor cold, in which no meteors are seen.

“[Narrated by al-Tabarani in al-Kabir. See Majma’ al-Zawa’id, 3/179; Musnad Ahmad].

A Message To RJ Naved


I lot of Video/Audio messages of Mr. RJ Naved are being circulated on social media, where he is doing good social activities and also promoting Islam one way or another. His message is very correct & the way he explain things is awesome.
Since he is inviting people towards Good & forbidding Evil. Even I would like to invite him towards Good & want him to abstain from Evil i.e. Music.
I don’t mean that he should change his job, or profession. But just to abstain from Haraam.

As he requests at the end to spread the message, so do I. Please spread this to such a extend that it reaches to our brother RJ Naved.

Jazak Allahu Khairan.

Woman Changing Her Surname After Marriage. Halaal Or Haraam?


Our Common Mistakes in Islam – Woman dropping her father’s name and adopting husband’s name after marriage!

How many of you are aware that it is Haraam for a woman (after marraige) to change her surname from her father to that of her husband? Example, before marriage she was “Fatima maqsood Ali” and after marriage to Sajid Siddique, she changes to “Fatima Sajid Siddique” or just “Fatima Sajid”.

This is haraam. It is not permissible for a woman to take her husband’s name or his family name because that is attributing oneself to someone other than one’s father, and imitating the kuffaar from whom this custom was adopted.

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