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Enjoy 2 Islamic Songs by Muslim Women: "I start my Madih with Bismillah" then "I believe in God". Islam is the way to Paradise. In Islam you become a better and a true believer in God (Allah), the creator of all the creations, and you become a true believer in all the Prophets and Messengers that God sent to teach the people about the religion, Prophets like Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses and Jesus who is a Prophet of God, and to believe in Muhammad who is the last Prophet of God. No one deserves to be worshipped except Allah. Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. Jesus is the Messenger of Allah. Moses is the Messenger of Allah. Abraham is the Messenger of Allah. Jacob is the Messenger of Allah. Joseph is the Messenger of Allah. Sulaman is the Messenger of Allah. Adam is the Messenger of Allah. I love Islam. I love God. I love all the Prophets of God.
5 Sep 2008
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Nasheed Madih - Wadili Salam to Madinah
4 Oct 2008
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9 Apr 2009
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Speed Up your IE (Internet Explorer on XP). Enjoy the Islamic song (Madih or Nasheed) in the background. No one is God but Allah, Jesus and Muhammad are the messengers of Allah.
15 Nov 2008
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*******alsunna**** - Madih - The true Salafi Aqeedah - مديح قم بنا لذكر الله Imam Abu Mansur al-Baghdadiyy related in his book, Al-Farqu Bayn al­Firaq, that Imam ^Aliyy, the fourth of the caliphs, may Allah reward his deeds, said which means: Allah existed eternally and there was no place, and He now is as He was, i.e., without a place. Imam Abu Hanifah, who is one of the authorities of as-Salaf, said in his book Al-Fiqh al­Absat: "Allah existed eternally and there was no place. He existed before creating the creation. He existed, and there was no place, creation, or thing; and He is the Creator of everything." Imam al-Hafidh al-Bayhaqiyy said in his book, Al-Asma'u was-Sifat, on page 400: ".... What was mentioned towards the end of the hadith is an indication of denying Allah has a place and denying the slave is alike to Allah, wherever he was in proximity or remoteness. Allah, the Exalted, is adh­Dhahir--hence, it is valid to know about Him by proofs. Allah is al-Batin--hence, it is invalid that He would be in a place." He also said: "Some of our companions used as a proof to refute the place to Allah the saying of the Prophet, sallallahu ^alayhi wa sallam : 'You are adh-Dhahir and there is nothing above You, and You are al-Batin and there is nothing underneath You.' Therefore, if there is nothing above Him and nothing underneath Him, He is not in a place." Imam Ahmad Ibn Salamah, Abu Ja^far at­Tahawiyy, who was born in the year 237 after Hijrah, and was one of the Heads of Great Salaf wrote a book called Al-^Aqidah at­Tahawiyyah. He mentioned that the content of his book is an elucidation of the creed of Ahl as­Sunnah wal Jama^ah, which is the creed of Imam Abu Hanifah, who died in the year 150 after al­Hijrah, and his two companions, Imam Abu Yusuf al-Qadi and Imam Muhammad Ibn al­Hasan ash-Shaybaniyy and others. He said in his book: "Allah is supremely clear of all boundaries, extremes, sides, organs and instruments. The six directions do not contain Him--these are attributed to all created things." Such is the saying of Imam Abu Ja^far who is among the heads of as-Salaf. He explicitly stated that Allah is clear of being contained by the six directions. The six directions are above, below, in front of, behind, right, and left. Shaykh ^Abdul-Ghaniyy an-Nabulsiyy said: "He who believes that Allah filled the heavens and earth or that He is a body sitting above al-^arsh, is a kafir." Allahu Akbar.
6 Nov 2009
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