14 November 2019   16. Rabi-ul-Awwal 1441
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Hazrat Ali is the paternal cousin and son-in-law of Rasulullah SAW, married to Hazrat Fatimah (Radiyallahu Anha). He was born approximately 10 years before Nubuwwat and he accepted Islam in its early stages at the age of ten. He was the first child to accept Islam. Some of his titles were ‘Al Murtadha’ (the accepted and beloved on by Allah) and ‘Abu Turab’ (father of the soil) - given to him by Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam). He became the fourth Khalifah after the demise of Hazrat Uthman (Radiyallahu Anhu) and ruled for approximately 5 years until he was martyred on 17 Ramadan 40 A.H. at the age of 63 and was buried in Kufa.
Allah Ta’ala says in the Noble Qur’an:

“O, you who believe, spend of the good things which you have earned and of what We have produced forth for you from the earth, and choose not for your spending the bad, such as you yourselves would not accept it, except by closing your eyes to it (i.e. accept it only by overlooking its defects). And know that Allah is Independent, Ever-Praised.” (Surah Baqarah V. 267).

Every difficulty being experienced by an individual, group or nation is indeed a direct consequence of his/her/their actions. Man seriously believes that his “rotten and vile” habits, utterances and actions have not hindered and deterred him from acquiring his “achievements”.

Imran ibn Hussain (RA) reports that Nabi (Sallalahu Alayhi Wasallam) said: 

“In my Ummah, there will be one group that will always be on the truth (haq). They will remain victorious over the enemy. Their level of belief in and obedience to Allah Ta’ala (imaan and taqwa) will be extremely strong. (Additionally) they will have no doubt whatsoever about the fulfillment of Allah Ta’ala’s promise that Hazrat ‘Isa (AS) will descend”. (Musnad Ahmad)

The recent ‘salt contaminated’ water supply crisis in Port Shepstone saw the Muslim community rising to the need of desperate residents.

Laughter and smiling can never be equated. A smile radiates warmth and goodness and is highly recommended in Islam. To the contrary, loud, unruly and rowdy laughter expressing great enjoyment or expressing other positive and/or negative sentiments is seriously detested. 

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