Monthly Archives: October, 2009

What do you know about Masjid Al-Aqsa ??????

Have you noticed, that whenever Masjid Al-Aqsa is mentioned in the media, they show the picture of Masjid (Dome of the Rock).

WHY ?????

The main reason for that is the Zionist Conspiracy to erase from the memory of Muslims worldwide, the true picture of Masjid Al-Aqsa.

Please be cautioned.

Many Muslims and Non-Muslims publish the incorrect picture of Masjid Al-Aqsa out of ignorance.

What is worse than this is that many muslims today, display the picture of the Dome of the Rock in their homes and offices, as it were Masjid Al-Aqsa.

SubhanAllah !!!!!

It has become a common mistake in the Muslim world.

The real tragedy is that generations of muslim children (as well as many adults) around the world, are unable to differentiate between Masjid Al-Aqsa and The Dome of the Rock.

What do you think is going to happen if Masjid Al-Aqsa is destroyed and removed from the present landscape ?

Obviously, you might not expect much, since everyone will see the Dome of the Rock still standing, unharmed.

People will incorrectly believe that nothing has changed and that something else was destroyed.

What are you going to do NOW ?????

It is your duty now to clear up this misunderstanding, especially for our children because they are the future.

We have to carry out this duty even if we demonstrate and scream in the streets. We must help people understand the truth.


See the difference ?????



Dome of the Rock



Masjid Al-Aqsa, where Messenger Muhammad (PBUH) led the prayers for the other messengers and prophets on the night of Al-Isra’ wal Me’raj.


Picture of Masjid Al-Aqsa


”سبحان الذي أسرى بعبده ليلا من المسجد الحرام إلى المسجد الأقصى الذي باركنا حوله لنريه من آياتنا ، إنه هـو السميـع البصيـر (1)“ { Surah Al-Isra’ verse 1}

Now forward this to all, so as to inform them of the TRUTH.

And say: ‘TRUTH has come and Falsehood has vanished. Surely ! Falsehood is ever bound to vanish.’ Surah Al-Isra’(17) verse 81

Haq Maula Mehboob-e-Zaat – حق مولا محبوبِ ذات

Hadith-e-Nabwi # 4

The Holy Prophet [s] advised:
"When making a decision to do something, think about its outcome. If it is good for your advancement and development, follow it, but if it is misleading, leave it out…."
— Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 77, p. 130

Hadith-e-Nabwi # 3

The Holy Prophet (p.b.u.h.) said:
"The believer does not spend an expense more lovable with Allah, the Great and Almighty, than saying the truth during consent and anger."

– Al-Khisal, pg. 60

Hadith-e-Nabwi # 2

Imam Baqir (a.s) narrated that an Arab man went to see the Prophet (a.s) and asked for some advice. The Prophet gave him some advice including:
"Be friendly with the people so that they be friendly with you."

Hadith-e-Nabwi # 1

The Holy Prophet said:
‘Do not sit with every presumptuous caller who summons you from certainty to doubt, from sincerity to showing off, from humility to pride, from good counsel to enmity, and from abstinence to desire…
Draw near to the person with knowledge, who summons you from pride to humility, from showing off to sincerity, from doubt to certainty, from desire to abstinence, from enmity to good counsel.’
—Lantern of the Path, How the Men of Knowledge are Ruined

Hadith-e-Qudsi # 40

On the authority of Abu Sa’id al-Khudri (may Allah be pleased with him), who said that the Messenger of Allah (Sal Allahau Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam) said:

Allah will say to the inhabitants of Paradise: O inhabitants of Paradise! They will say: O our Lord, we present ourselves and are at Your pleasure and goodness rests in Your hands. Then He will say: Are you contented?

And they will say: And how should we not be contented, O Lord, when You have given to us that which You have given to no one else of Your creation? Then He will say: Would not like Me to give you something better than that?

And they will say: O Lord and what thing is better than that? And He will say: I shall cause My favour to descend upon you and thereafter shall never be displeased with you.

It was related by al-Bukhari (also by Muslim and at-Tirmidhi).