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November 20, 2010

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Book: Islamic Principles for the Muslim’s Attitude During Fitan (trials, tribulations, afflictions, calamities)

by Umm Muawiyah

Assalamu Alaikum.

Yes, I’m back – and exactly two weeks later as promised (not that anyone cares but still…).

You might be thinking “Huh? She’s back with a book about trials and tribulations after Eid?”

Yes, because Eid always reminds me of trials and tribulations.

Another reason is because I’ve noticed that an increasing number of people (who happen to be religiously inclined) are drowning due to the trials and tribulations that they’re facing. If this is what happens to the religiously inclined, I’d hate to see how fast the non-religiously inclined ones are drowning.

Remember: It doesn’t matter what we lose of this dunya (worldly life) but we CANNOT afford to lose out on the hereafter and that wonderful house in Paradise that’s waiting for us.

So, I hope that this book will be of benefit to all of us, insha-Allah.

Please close that door and just read this book for the next hour and ponder over it.

Then you’ll understand that ignorance is not bliss, however knowledge is.

Here’s the book: Islamic Principles for the Muslim’s Attitude During Fitan (trials, tribulations, afflictions, calamities) by Shaikh Salih ibn Abdul Aziz Aal Ash-Shaikh

May Allah keep us safe from all fitan. Ameen.

6 Comments Post a comment
  1. Aliya
    Nov 20 2010

    Assalamu alaikum

    Hey…WELCOME BACK!!!!

    I have missed your posts!!!!

    : )

    Reply
    • Umm Muawiyah
      Nov 21 2010

      Wa Alaikum Assalam.

      Jazakillahu kheira.

      Yes, judging by the welcome, it seems that you have missed the posts….

      Reply
  2. Umm Moosa
    Nov 20 2010

    Assalamualaikum.
    Eid mubarak!
    Was waiting for your posts.
    JazakAllahu khayra: )

    Reply
    • Umm Muawiyah
      Nov 21 2010

      Wa Alaikum Assalam.

      Eid Mubarak to you too.

      Jazakillahu kheira.

      Reply
  3. Umm Zakariyya
    Nov 20 2010

    Wa ‘alaykumu-s-salaamu wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh.

    Jazaaki Allaahu khayra.

    In-shaa’a Allaah you had a blessed Eid. Taqabbal Allaahu minna wa minkum saalihal a’maal.

    Reply
    • Umm Muawiyah
      Nov 21 2010

      Assalamu Alaikum.

      Wa iyaaki.

      Taqabbalallahu minnee wa mink.

      Eid? My house turned into a zoo (as it does every Eid)…

      Alhamdulillah alaa kulli haal.

      Reply

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