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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Give Thanks to Allah..

Firstly,i would like to apologize for not updating my blog..
For this entry,,i would like to share with all of you the song that i love to hear.
hope you will enjoy it..insyaallah..(^_^)

Give thanks to Allah,
For the moon and the stars
Prays in all day for,
What is and what was
Take hold of your iman
Don't givin to shaitan
Oh you who believe please give thanks to Allah.
Allahu Ghefor Allahu Rahim Allahu yuhibo el Mohsinin,
Hua Khalikhone hua Razikhone whahoa ala kolli sheiin khadir

Allah is Ghefor Allah is Rahim Allah is the one who loves the Mohsinin,
He is a creater, he is a sistainer and he is the one who has power over all.

Give thanks to Allah,
For the moon and the stars
Prays in all day full,
What is and what was
Take hold of your iman
Don't givin to shaitan
Oh you who believe please give thanks to Allah.
Allahu Ghefor Allahu Rahim Allahu yuhibo el Mohsinin,
Hua Khalikhone hua Razikhone whahoa ala kolli sheiin khadir

Allah is Ghefor Allah is Rahim Allah is the one who loves the Mohsinin,
He is a creater, he is a sistainer and he is the one who has power over all.

-Micheal Jackson-

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Spanish Muslim Philosopher ( IBN RUSD)

Abu'l Waleed Muhammad Ibn Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Ibn Rushd, known as Averroes in the West, was born in 1128 A.D. in Cordova, where his father and grandfather had both been judges. His grandfather was well versed in Fiqh (Maliki School) and was also the Imam of the Jamia Mosque of Cordova. The young Ibn Rushd received his education in Cordova and lived a quiet life, devoting most of his time to learned-pursuits. He studied philosophy and law from Abu J'afar Haroon and from Ibn Baja; he also studied medicine.
Al-Hakam, the famous Umayyad Caliph of Spain, had constructed a magnificent library in Cordova, which housed 500,000 books, He himself had studied many of these and made brief marginal comments on them. This rich collection laid the foundation for intellectual study in Spain and provided the background for men like Ibn Rushd, who lived 2 centuries later.
Abu Yaqub, the Caliph of Morocco, called him to his capital and appointed him as his physician in place of Ibn Tufail. His son Yaqub al-Mansur retained him for some time but soon Ibn Rushd's views on theology and philosophy drew the Caliph's wrath. All his books, barring strictly scientific ones, were burnt and he was banished to Lucena. However, as a result of intervention of several leading scholars he was forgiven after about four years and recalled to Morocco in 1198; but he died towards the end of the same year.
Ibn Rushd made remarkable contributions. in philosophy, logic, medicine, music and jurisprudence. In medicine his wellknown book Kitab al-Kulyat fi al-Tibb was written before 1162 A.D Its Latin translation was known as 'Colliget'. In it, Ibn Rushd has thrown light on various aspects of medicine, including the diagnoses, cure and prevention of diseases. The book concentrates on specific areas in comparison of Ibn Sina's wider scope of al-Qanun, but contains several original observations of Ibn Rushd.
In philosophy, his most important work Tuhafut al-Tuhafut was written in response to al-Ghazali's work. Ibn Rushd was criticised by many Muslim scholars for this book, which, nevertheless, had a profound influence on European thought, at least until the beginning of modern philosophy and experimental science. His views on fate were that man is neither in full control of his destiny nor is it fully predetermined for him. He wrote three commenlaries on the works of Aristotle, as these were known then through Arabic translations. The shortest Jami may be considered as a summary of the subject. The intermediate was Talkhis and the longest was the Tafsir. These three commentaries would seem to correspond to different stages in the education of pupils; the short one was meant for the beginners, then the intermediate for the students familiar with the subject, and finally the longest one for advanced studies. The longest commentary was, in fact, an original contribution as it was largely based on his analysis including interpretation of Qu'ranic concepts.
In the field of music, Ibn Rushd wrote a commentary on Aristotle's book De Anima. This book was translated into Latin by Mitchell the Scott.
In astronomy he wrote a treatise on the motion of the sphere, Kitab fi-Harakat al-Falak. He also summarised Almagest and divided it into two parts: description of the spheres, and movement of the spheres. This summary of the Almagest was translated from Arabic into Hebrew by Jacob Anatoli in 1231.
According to Ibn al-Abbar, Ibn Rushd's writings spread over 20,000 pages, the most famous of which deal with philosophy, medicine and jurisprudence. On medicine alone he wrote 20 books. Regarding jurisprudence, his book Bidayat al-Mujtahid wa-Nihayat- al-Muqtasid has been held by Ibn Jafar Thahabi as possibly the best book on the Maliki School of Fiqh. Ibn Rushd's writings were translated into various languages, including Latin, English, German and Hebrew. Most of his commentaries on philosophy are preserved in the Hebrew translations, or in Latin translations from the Hebrew, and a few in the original Arabic, generally in Hebrew script. This reveals his wider acceptance in the West in comparison to the East. The commentary on zoology is entirely lost. Ibn Rushd also wrote commentaries on Plato's Republic, Galen's treatise on fevers, al-Farabi's logic, etc. Eighty-seven of his books are still extant.
Ibn Rushd has been held as one of the greatest thinkers and scientists of the 12th century. According to Philip Hitti, Ibn Rushd influenced Western thought from the 12th to the 16th centuries. His books were included in the syllabi of Paris and other universities till the advent of modern experimental sciences.

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Thursday, January 28, 2010

99 Names of Allah (Asma' Ul HUsna)

"Allah! there is no god but He! To Him belongs the Most Beautiful Names." (Qur'an 20:8)

1. Ar-Rahman
The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers and the blasphemers in this world and especially for the believers in the hereafter.
The Most Merciful

2. Ar-Rahim
The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers.
The most Compassionate

3. Al-Malik
The One with the complete Dominion, the One Whose Dominion is clear from imperfection.
The King, the Monarch

4. Al-Quddus
The One who is pure from any imperfection and clear from children and adversaries.
The Holy one

5. As-Salam
The One who is free from every imperfection.
The Peace, The Tranquility

6. Al-Mu'min
The One who witnessed for Himself that no one is God but Him. And He witnessed for His believers that they are truthful in their belief that no one is God but Him.
The One with Faith
The Faithful, The Trusted

7. Al-Muhaymin
The One who witnesses the saying and deeds of His creatures.
The Protector
The vigilant, the controller

8. Al-'Aziz
The Defeater who is not defeated.
The Mighty
The Almighty, the powerful

9. Al-Jabbar
The One that nothing happens in His Dominion except that which He willed.
The all Compelling

10. Al-Mutakabbir
The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures and from resembling them.
The Haughty, the Majestic
The Imperious

11. Al-Khaliq
The One who brings everything from non-existence to existence.
The Creator, the Maker

The Creator who has the Power to turn the entities.
The Artificer, the Creator

The One who forms His creatures in different pictures.
The Fashioner
The Organizer, the Designer

The One who forgives the sins of His slaves time and time again.
The Forgiving, the Forgiver

The Subduer who has the perfect Power and is not unable over anything.
The Almighty, the Dominant

The One who is Generous in giving plenty without any return.
The Donor, the Bestower

17. Ar-Razzaq
The Provider, the Sustainer

18. Al-Fattah
The One who opens for His slaves the closed worldly and religious matters.
The Opener, the Revealer

19. Al-'Alim
The Knowledgeable; The One nothing is absent from His knowledge.
The all Knowing, the Omniscient

20. Al-Qabid
The One who constricts the sustenance.
The Contractor, The Restrainer, the Recipient.

21. Al-Basit
The One who expands and widens.
The Expander, He who expands

22. Al-Khafid
The One who lowers whoever He willed by His Destruction.
The Abaser, the Humbler

23. Ar-Rafi'
The One who raises whoever He willed by His Endowment.
The Raiser, the Exalter

24. Al-Mu'iz
He gives esteem to whoever He willed, hence there is no one to degrade Him;
The Honorer, the Exalter

25. Al-Muzil
Degrades whoever he willed, hence there is no one to give him esteem.
The Abaser, the Degrader, the Subduer

26. As-Sami'
The One who Hears all things that are heard by His Eternal Hearing without an ear, instrument or organ.
The Hearer, The All hearing, all knowing.

27. Al-Basir
The One who Sees all things that are seen by His Eternal Seeing without a pupil or any other instrument.
The Seer, The discerning, the All seeing.

28. Al-Hakam
He is the Ruler and His judgment is His Word.
The arbitrator, the Judge

29. Al-'Adl
The One who is entitled to do what He does.
The justice, the equitable. The Just.

30. Al-Latif
The Most Gentle, the Gracious.
The One who is kind

31. Al-Khabir
The One who knows the truth of things.
The Aware. The Sagacious, one is who is aware.

32. Al-Halim
The One who delays the punishment for those who deserve it and then He might forgive them.
The Gentle. The most patient, the Clement.

33. Al-'Azim
The One deserving the attributes of Exaltment, Glory, Extolment, and Purity from all imperfection.
The Great, Mighty

34. Al-Ghafoor
The One who forgives a lot.
The Forgiving, the Pardoner.

35. Ash-Shakur
The One who gives a lot of reward for a little obedience.
The Grateful, the Thankful

36. Al-'Ali
The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures.
The most high, the exalted.

37. Al-Kabir
The One who is greater than everything in status.
The great, the big.

38. Al-Hafiz
The One who protects whatever and whoever He willed to protect.
The Guardian, the preserver.

39. Al-Muqit
The One who has the Power.
The maintainer, The Nourisher

40. Al-Hasib
The One who gives the satisfaction.
The noble, The Reckoner

41. Aj-Jalil
The One who is attributed with greatness of Power and Glory of status.
The Majestic. The honorable, the exalted.

42. Al-Karim
The One who is clear from abjectness.
The most generous, the Bountiful.

43. Ar-Raqib
The One that nothing is absent from Him. Hence it's meaning is related to the attribute of Knowledge.
The Guardian, the watchful. Watcher.

44. Al-Mujib
The One who answers the one in need if he asks Him and rescues the yearner if he calls upon Him.
The Responder. The respondent, one who answers.

45. Al-Wasi'
The Englober. The enricher, the Omnipresent, the Knowledgeable.

46. Al-Hakim
The One who is correct in His doings.
The most Wise, the Judicious.

47. Al-Wadud
The Affectionate, the Loving.

48. Al-Majid
The One who is with perfect Power, High Status, Compassion, Generosity and Kindness.
The Glorious, the exalted.

49. Al-Ba'ith
The One who resurrects for reward and/or punishment.
The Resurrector, the Raiser from death.

50. Ash-Shahid
The One who nothing is absent from Him.
The Witness

51. Al-Haqq
The One who truly exists.
The Truth, the Just.

52. Al-Wakil
The One who gives the satisfaction and is relied upon.
The Guardian, the Trustee

53. Al-Qawee
The One with the complete Power.
The powerful, the Almighty, The Strong

54. Al-Matin
The One with extreme Power which is un-interrupted and He does not get tired.
The Strong, the Firm

55. Al-Walee
The Supporter, the Friend, the Defender the master.

56. Al-Hamid
The praised One who deserves to be praised.
The Praiseworthy , the Commendable

57. Al-Muhsi
The One who the count of things are known to him.
The Counter

58. Al-Mubdi'
The One who started the human being. That is, He created him.
The Beginner, the Creator, The Originator

59. Al-Mu'eed
The One who brings back the creatures after death.
The Restorer, the Resurrector.

60. Al-Muhyee
The One who took out a living human from semen that does not have a soul. He gives life by giving the souls back to the worn out bodies on the resurrection day and He makes the hearts alive by the light of knowledge.
The Bestower, the Life Giver.

61. Al-Mumeet
The One who renders the living dead.
The Bringer of Death. The Death Giver.

62. Al-Hayy
The One attributed with a life that is unlike our life and is not that of a combination of soul, flesh or blood.
The Living. The Alive, the ever living.

63. Al-Qayyum
The One who remains and does not end.
The Self-Subsistent, The Eternal, the Self Sustaining.

64. Al-Wajid
The Rich who is never poor. Al-Wajd is Richness.
The all perceiving, the Opulent, the Finder.

65. Al-Wahid
The One without a partner.
The One, the Unique.

66. Al-Majid
The One who is Majid.
The Noble, the illustrious.

67. Al-Ahad
The only, the Unique.

68. As-Samad
The Master who is relied upon in matters and reverted to in ones needs.
The Perfect, the Eternal.

69. Al-Qadir
The One attributed with Power.
The Able, the Capable, the Omnipotent.

70. Al-Muqtadir
The One with the perfect Power that nothing is withheld from Him.
The Capable, The all Powerful

71. Al-Muqaddim
He makes ahead what He wills.
The Presenter, The Advancer, The Expediter

72. Al-Mu'akhkhir
The One who delays what He wills.
The Fulfiller, the keeper behind, The Deferrer

73. Al-'Awwal
The One whose Existence is without a beginning.
The First

74. Al-'Akhir
The One whose Existence is without an end.
The Last

75. Az-Zahir
The Apparent, the Exterior, The Manifest
The One that nothing is above Him and nothing is underneath Him, hence He exists without a place.

76. Al-Batin
The Hidden, the Interior, the Latent

77. Al-Wali
The One who owns things and manages them.
The Governor, The Ruler, The Master

78. Al-Muta'ali
The One who is clear from the attributes of the creation.
The Exalted, The most high, one above reproach.

79. Al-Barr
The One who is kind to His creatures, who covered them with His sustenance and specified whoever He willed among them by His support, protection, and special mercy.
The Benefactor, The Beneficent, the Pious.

80. At-Tawwab
The One who grants repentance to whoever He willed among His creatures and accepts his repentance.
The Acceptor of Repentance, The Forgiver, the Relenting.

81. Al-Muntaqim
The One who victoriously prevails over His enemies and punishes them for their sins. It may mean the One who destroys them.
The Avenger

82. Al-'Afuww
The One with wide forgiveness.
The Forgiver, the effacer, the Pardoner

83. Ar-Ra'uf
The One with extreme Mercy. The Mercy of Allah is His will to endow upon whoever He willed among His creatures.
The merciful, the Ever Indulgent.

84. Al-Muqsit
The One who is Just in His judgment.
The Just, the Equitable

85. Aj-Jami'
The One who gathers the creatures on a day that there is no doubt about, that is the Day of Judgment.
The Collector, the comprehensive, Gatherer

86. Al-Ghanee
The One who does not need the creation.
The rich, the all sufficing, Self-Sufficient

87. Al-Mughnee
The One who satisfies the necessities of the creatures.
The Enricher, sufficer, the bestower.

88. Al-Mani'
The Supporter who protects and gives victory to His pious believers. Al-Mu'tiy
The Withholder
The Preventer, the prohibiter, the defender.

89. Ad-Darr
The One who makes harm reach to whoever He willed.
The Distresser , The afflictor, the bringer of Adversity.

90. An-Nafi'
The One who gives benefits to whoever He wills.
The Beneficial Benefactor

91. An-Nur
The One who guides.
The Light

92. Al-Hadi
The One whom with His Guidance His believers were guided, and with His Guidance the living beings have been guided to what is beneficial or them and protected from what is harmful to them.
The Guide

93. Al-Badi'
The One who created the creation and formed it without any preceding example.
The Wonderful, the maker, Incomparable

94. Al-Baqi
The One that the state of non-existence is impossible for Him.
The Enduring, the Everlasting, the eternal

95. Al-Warith
The One whose Existence remains.
The Inheritor, The Heir

96. Ar-Rashid
The One who guides.
The Rightly Guided, The Conscious, the Guide

97. As-Sabur
The One who does not quickly punish the sinners.
The most Patient, the Enduring.

98. Malik Al-Mulk
The One who controls the Dominion and gives dominion to whoever He willed.
The Ruler of the Kingdom, king of the Universe

99. Zul-l-Jalal wal-Ikram
The One who deserves to be Exalted and not denied.
Lord of Majesty and Generosity

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