‘Abdullaah Al-Qazweenee narrated that Yaḥyaa Ibn ‘Abdak Al-Qazweenee said: I heard Yaḥyaa Ibn Yoosuf Az-Zimmee saying: Once I was taking a midday nap in one of the inns of [the city of] Marw (Merv), then suddenly a frightening creature appeared to me, so I said: "Who are you?" H.
Ibraaheem ibn Bashaar narrated this story: "While I was walking towards Kufah with Ibraaheem ibn Adham, he stopped beside a grave and invoked Allah to have mercy on its dweller. "Whose grave is this?' I asked. 'It is the grave of Ḥumaid ibn Jaabir,' said Ibraa.
Growing up in a supposedly Christian, but in fact non-religious family, I never heard the name of God being uttered, I never saw anyone pray and I learned early on that the only reason for doing things was to benefit yourself. We celebrated Christmas, Easter, Mid-summer and All Saints Day and even t.
A righteous man was once asked to tell the story of the pivotal moment of his life, the moment in which he first began to apply the teachings of Islam, and the following was his answer: When I was a young man, I would not hesitate to perpetrate any sin that was made available to me. Then, one day, I.
‛Abdullah ibn Mas‛ood (may Allah be pleased with him) said, "The first group to openly proclaim their Islam consisted of seven people: The Messenger of Allah (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) Abu Bakr; ‛Ammaar; ‛Ammaar's mother; Sumayyah; Suhaib; Bilaal; and Al-Miqdaad (may .
It is reported that a man once went to Ibraaheem ibn Adham and said, "O Abu Isḥaaq, I continually wrong my own self, and I turn away from everything that invites me to improve my way of life." Ibraaheem said, "If you can fulfil five conditions, then sinning will never harm .
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