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Eternidad (al-Baqa'): Es obligatorio creer que Allah es eterno, es decir, que su existencia no termina. Su existencia es eterno y sus atributos son eternos. No hay nada eterno como Allah, porque la aniquilación no se aplica a Su Ser. Sin embargo, el Paraíso y el Infierno son eternos porque Allah permitió su eternidad. Por lo tanto, son eternos - no en sí mismos - sino por La Voluntad de Allah. Es por eso que están entre las posibilidades intelectuales, y son parte de este universo. Allah dijo: {هُوَ الأَوَّلُ وَالآخِرُ} Surat Hadid
versículo 3 que significa: [Allah es el Eterno, sin principio, y sin un fin.]
Assalamu ^Alaykum wa RaHmatullah

El Magnífico Reino del Profeta Salomón عليه السلام Relacionemos algunas de las dotaciones especiales que Dios otorgó a Salomón. Dios enseñó a Salomón عليه السلام el habla de los pájaros y las bestias. Las plantas hablaban con el Profeta Salomón عليه السلام y le hablaban de sus beneficios. En la asamblea del Profeta Salomón, había seiscientos asientos. Los humanos y los genios se sentarían allí.Dios hizo a Salomón capaz de subyugar a los demonios (Jinn). Aunque no se hicieron musulmanes, trabajaron para Salomón. Temían mucho a Salomón عليه السلام y ninguno de ellos se atrevió a hacer la obra que Salomón les ordenó hacer. El diablo que desobedeció a Salomón tendría que sufrir una gran tortura. Por eso ninguno de ellos se atrevió a desobedecer a Salomón. Construyeron edificios altos y fuertes para él y grandes contenedores. Trajeron joyas y perlas del mar. Dios hizo que el cobre saliera de la Tierra, ya fundido para el Profeta Salomón عليه السلام. De ese cobre, se hicieron cosas magníficas.
In Paradise, women will be wearing 'khimars'* on their heads, as described in the Hadith. These khimars will add to their beauty.
We ask God to make us among those steadfast women who are rewarded with Paradise.
« وَلَوْ أَنَّ امْرَأَةً مِنْ نِسَاءِ أَهْلِ الجَنَّةِ اطَّلَعَتْ إِلَى الأَرْضِ لَأَضَاءَتْ مَا بَيْنَهُمَا، وَلَمَلَأَتْ مَا بَيْنَهُمَا رِيحًا، وَلَنَصِيفُهَا - يَعْنِي الخِمَارَ - خَيْرٌ مِنَ
الدُّنْيَا وَمَا فِيهَا»

* khimar خمار is an Arabic word. What a woman uses to cover the head is called a 'Khimar'.
The woman who adheres to the Islamic dress code, fulfilling the obligatory covering for the sake of God, will be rewarded for that in the Hereafter. Her hijab is her constant reminder to follow the prescribed religious practices and avoid what is improper. Her hijab is a symbol of her steadfastness, her dedication to her religion, and keeps her in the company of those who have good character. Her hijab is her shield, protecting her from the approach of those who have ill intent. It is interesting to note, many veiled youths who grow up in non-Islamic countries report that they have never been pressured by their peers to drink, do drugs, or engage in sexual activity. The covered Muslim woman finds herself liberated from modern society's rules about women's looks and fashion. She feels free from being sexually objectified; rather she is judged by her personality and intellect.
Degrading the hijab is, in effect, also a degradation of Lady Maryam, the Virgin Mary. Lady Mariam was veiled, and has historically been portrayed as such in non-Islamic religious iconography.
Since when modesty and chastity are to be frowned upon?! We truly live in a time where virtue is not seen as such in the eyes of many people, sadly to their loss.
Dear Sister if you are not covering properly, do so. Be strong. Do what raises your status. Do what gets you closer to God's acceptance, and don't worry about pleasing people or what people might say, because when you do the right thing what others say has no value. Remember covering yourself properly is an obligation, and though if you left out doing so, it is a small not a major sin, but this will prevent you from reaching piety and becoming a highly righteous person--a waliyyah, the best you can be. And remember refraining from doing one small sin is better than doing one thousand cycles ( ركعة) of optional prayers!
Cuando Jesús ^alayhi salam descienda, llevará dos vestiduras color amarillo. El Profeta Muhammad Sallallahu ^Alayhi wa Salam  dijo que el Profeta Jesús, el hijo de María, descenderá y gobernará justamente. Jesús realizará el Hajj y viajará a la tumba del Profeta Muhammad, con el propósito de saludar al Profeta Sallallahu ^Alayhi wa Salam. El Profeta regresará la salutación de Jesús.
The dream is an act of seeing by the soul. The soul sees unlike the eyes see. The soul extends outside the body without detaching / disconnecting from it when it sees the dream then comes back inside the body; like a wire or rays extend then come back to their original position. Isn’t the sun far from the earth but its light reaches the earth and its rays connect to it.
Dreams are of three types:
1. Dreams called adghath in Arabic ( اضغاث) : when you think about something a lot so you see this thing in the dream.
2. Devilish dreams, like certain nightmares.
3. Dreams that the angels have a role in ( this dream has an interpretation ).
Among the best dreams that one can have is seeing the Prophet Mohammad, may peace be upon him, because this dream carries with it the good news that one will die as a Muslim.
May God grant us seeing Prophet Mohammad in our dream tonight.

If you see in your dream something that displeases you, do not mention it to anyone. Instead, turn your head and make a small puff (without emitting any spit) three times on your left side then say: I seek refuge with Allah from the evil of the devil and the evil of this dream. Then turn from the side you were sleeping on to the other side. The benefit of this is that the one who does this does not get harmed  by the evil of this dream, by the will of Allah.
Did you know that Maldives islands inhabitants became Muslim as a result of one Muslim man’s endeavors who also rid them of the demon that haunted them?
This man is Sheikh Abul Barakat Yusuf who is a Moroccan Berber. He introduced Islam to them alone in 1153 AD with no army, infantry, or ammunition; he used the Quran alone.
The traveler and scholar Ibn Battuta, who passed by the islands during the 14 century and worked as a judge for some time there, in his famous book, Tuhfat an-Nuzzar fi Ghara’ib al-‘Amsar wa ^Aja’ib al-‘Asfar" تحفة النظار في غرائب الأمصار وعجائب الأسفار " (A gift to those who contemplate the wonders of cities and the marvels of traveling), commonly known as The Rihla ( الرحلة), said that trustworthy Muslims among the island’s inhabitant scholars, like ‘Isa al-Yemeni, Mu’allim ‘Aliyy, ‘Abdullah and others told him that the islands’ inhabitants were not Muslim, and that each month a demon from the devils would appear from the ocean. It was as if he was filled with lanterns. Their habit upon seeing him was to sacrifice a virgin girl, decorating her and placing her in the temple. This temple was built on the ocean’s beach. It had a window through which the demon would look in. They would leave her for one night and come in the morning to find her raped and dead. Each month they conducted a drawing amongst them, and the chosen one would sacrifice his/her daughter.
One day a Moroccan man, Abul Barakat al-Barbari, arrived at their islands. He used to memorize the Quran and he stayed at the house of an elderly woman amongst them. One day, he came in to find many of her relatives there crying as if someone died. He asked what was wrong but did not understand. A translator came and informed him that the old woman’s only daughter was chosen at the drawing to be sacrificed for the demon. Abul Barakat said, “I will go tonight instead of your daughter.” He had no beard, so they took him that night and left him in the temple. He had wudu’ ( ablution) and began reading Quran. When he saw the demon through the window, he continued reading. When the demon was close enough to hear the recitation it dove back into the sea.
Morning came and the Moroccan Muslim was still reciting. The old lady, her family, and the people of the island came to take the body of the girl and burn her, as was their habit. They found the Moroccan man reciting from the Quran and they took him to their king, Shanuzah, and told him what happened. He was amazed; the Moroccan told him to embrace Islam and made it appealing to him. so the king said, “Stay here for another month, and if you do the same thing and escape the demon again I will embrace Islam.”
The Moroccan stayed and God made Islam appeal to the king’s heart so he embraced Islam before the month passed. His family in its entirety and his subjects all embraced Islam as well. The next month the Moroccan was taken to the temple; the demon did not appear, and the Moroccan recited Quran till morning. The ruler came with the people to find the Moroccan reciting Quran; they broke the idols and demolished the temple. They embraced Islam and informed the rest of the islands in the Maldives chain of what happened and their inhabitants also embraced Islam. The Moroccan stayed among them, and they esteemed and exalted him. They learned and followed his school of thought, that of imam Malik, may God raise his rank. To this day, because of him, they highly esteem the Moroccans and there is a mosque named after him, on which is written on the wood of one compartment of that mosque Sultan Ahmad Shanuzah embraced Islam on the hand of the Moroccan Abul Barakat al-Barbariyy.
Maldives, known as a a tropical prime tourist destination due to its pristine beaches, is a country in South East Asia in the Indian ocean, comprised of hundreds of islands. The biggest Island is Male, the capital, where the mosque that the Sultan built is still in use, the Old Friday Mosque. The last renovation of this mosque was in 1656. The door and window frames are made from corals. Opposite to that mosque is the famous cemetery, the Medhuziyaaraiy, where Sheikh Abul Barakat's grave is located.
Al Wuyud/Existencia de Allah. Explicación:
Surat Ibrahim versículo 10
‎{أَفِي اللهِ شَكٌّ}
[No hay duda en la existencia de Allah.] Por lo tanto, es obligatorio creer en la existencia de Allah. Es un atributo eterno y sin fin. Allah existe sin principio, sin fin y sin lugar.
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