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What do you know about these noble animals?

 "And of the camels two (male and female), and of oxen two (male and female). Say: "Has He forbidden the two males or the two females or (the young) which the wombs of the two females enclose? Or were you present when Allâh ordered you such a thing? Then who does more wrong than one who invents a lie against Allâh, to lead mankind astray without knowledge. Certainly Allâh guides not the people who are Zâlimûn (polytheists and wrong-doers)."

Surah al-Anam 6:144

 Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali & Muhammad Muhsin Khan


Monthly Islamic Research

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The goal of the Monthly Islamic research topic is to guide you along in searching out content in relationship to Islamic Events in history inshaAllah. To do this of coarse you will need several text some of which you may be able to find from your home library. Others will undoubtedly come from your parent's library of books, or online resources and even your masjid library. If you use online resources you must be absolutely sure that the source you are quoting from is authentic inshaAllah.

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Are you Grateful to be a Muslimah!

Understanding the Difference between Obedience and Disobedience

The Importance of Ramadan 2021

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We Need A Ramadan by Abu Uwais (rahimahullah)

My life with the Quran as a Guide

Is the study of Tafsir necessary?

My Report on Bees 

What is the Creation?

 My Report on Ants 


Staying Away from Homosexuality...

Verily Allah created us to worship Him, and He created everything in pairs (male and female) in order that life may continue and that His worship may be established.

Signs of the Hour - March 2006

New to Islam 

The meaning of Laa ilaha illaAllah wa anna Muhammadar Rasoolullah


Acting upon Evil Intentions

What does following the book and sunnah really mean?

Who were the Sahaba?

The importance of adhering to Ahlus sunnah wal Jam`aah

Description of noble characteristics

My friends are from the disbelievers, what does that say about me?

Raising children upon the haqq

Educating the Youth

Homeschool, Is it really necessary?

My personal experience in High School

A summary of  benefits learned from Kitaabat Tawheed

A summary of benefits learned from Usooluth-Thalaatha

A summary of benefits from an Explanation of Important Lessons for Every Muslim

A summary of benefits from Tafsir (any surah)

Praying with Kushoo (sincerity)

How to be patient when tragedy strikes

The Benefits of Ramadan (forgiveness and mercy)

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The Meaning of Salaat and Salaam on the Prophet

AUTHOR: Shaikh 'Abdul-Muhsin bin Hamad Al-'Abbaad
SOURCE: His treatise "Fadlus-Salaat 'alaan-Nabee" (pg. 11-15)
PRODUCED BY: Al-Ibaanah.com

The Meaning of Salaat on the Prophet:

The Salaat of Allaah upon His Prophet has been interpreted to mean His praising of him before the angels, while the Salaat of the angels upon him has been interpreted to mean their supplication for him. This is the way Abul-'Aaliyah (radyAllaahu ‘anhu) has defined it as mentioned by Al-Bukhaaree in his Saheeh in the introduction of the chapter on "Verily, Allaah and His angels send their Salaat upon the Prophet. O you who believe, send your Salaat upon him as well as Salaam." [Surah Al-Ahzaab: 56]

Concerning the explanation of the angels' sending Salaat upon the Prophet, Al-Bukhaaree reported the following saying of Ibn 'Abbaas (radyAllaahu ‘anhu), after mentioning the (above) interpretation of Abul-'Aaliyah:

"To 'send their Salaat' means to send their blessings." Meaning: They supplicate for him to be blessed.

The Salaat of Allaah on the Prophet (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) has also been explained as meaning His Forgiveness and Mercy on him. Al-Haafidh Ibn Hajr quoted many narrations (from the Salaf) in his Fat'h-ul-Baaree concerning this. He afterward commented on the Salaat being defined as such, saying: "The most preferable and likely of these opinions (concerning the definition of Salaat) is that which was mentioned previously from Abul-'Aaliyah that the meaning of Allaah's Salaat on His Prophet is His praising and honoring of him, while the Salaat of the angels, as well as everyone else, upon him means their requesting the same thing (i.e. praise and honor) for him from Allaah. However, what is intended here by their request is that of an increase in praise and honor and not the same amount as intended by the original Salaat."

Al-Haafidh (Ibn Hajr) said: "Al-Haleemee said in ash-Shu'ab: 'The meaning of Allaah's Salaat on the Prophet is His extolling of him.' So what is meant by our statement: 'Allaahumma Salli 'alaa Muhammad' is 'O Allaah, Exalt Muhammad.' What is intended by this is: Extolling him in the worldly life with the highest form of remembrance, while manifesting his Religion and preserving his legislation. As regards to the Hereafter, what is intended by it is that he (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) be given tremendous reward, granted the ability to intercede on behalf of his ummah and that his virtue be manifested in the praiseworthy station.'

So based on this, what is meant by Allaah's statement "Send your Salaat upon him" is: "Invoke your Lord to send His Salaat on him."

The great scholar, Ibn Al-Qayyim said in his book "Jalaa-ul-Afhaam fis-Salaati was-Salaam 'alaa Khair-il-Anaam" while discussing the meaning of the Salaat of Allaah and His Angels on His Messenger (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) and His commanding the believing servants to send their Salaat on him, after refuting the claim that the meaning of Salaat is Mercy and Forgiveness:

"Rather, the Salaat that the people were commanded with in it - i.e. the ayah in Surah Al-Ahzaab - is a request to Allaah that he implements what He has informed us about concerning His Salaat and the Salaat of the Angels, and that is: Praising him, manifesting his virtue and nobility, and seeking to honor and elevate him." So it consists of a notification and a request. This asking and supplicating on our part was called "Salaat on him" for two reasons:

First: It entails that when a person sends Salaat on him, he is praising him and extolling the mention of his virtue and nobility, as well as desiring and loving for Allaah that He do the same. So it consists of a notification (i.e. of a person's praises) as well as a request (from Allaah that He send His praises).

Second: Such an action was called Salaat from us due to the fact that we are asking Allaah to send His Salaat on him (i.e. the Prophet). So therefore, the meaning of Allaah's Salaat on the Prophet is His praising of him in order to elevate his remembrance and rank with Allaah, while the meaning of our Salaat on the Prophet is: Asking Allaah to do that (i.e. the above) for him." [End of Ibn Al-Qayyim's words]

The Meaning of Salaam on the Prophet:

As for the meaning of Salaam on the Prophet (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam), Al-Majd Al-Fayrooz Abaadee said in his book As-Silaatu wal-Bushr fis-Salaati 'alaa Khair-il-Bashr: "It means: As-Salaam - which is one of Allaah's Names - be upon you. And the interpretation of that is: 'May you not be void of goodness and blessing, and may you be safe from detestable and harmful things. This is since a Name of Allaah is only mentioned upon certain things in the hopes of gathering all of the meanings of good and blessing for those things, and to remove the occurrence of defects and corruption from those things.

It is befitting that the Salaam (here) take on the meaning of Salaamah (i.e. peace/safety). Meaning: May Allaah's divine decree on you be that of peace and security - i.e. May you be safe and secure from blemishes and defects.

So if you say: 'O Allaah, send your Salaam on Muhammad', then what you intend from this is: 'O Allaah, decree for Muhammad - with regard to his Call, ummah and remembrance - safety and absolvement from every defect. Thus throughout the passage of time, let his Call increase in status, his ummah in numbers, and his remembrance elevation.'"

Published: April 4, 2006

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GA Homeschool Laws and Testing

Familiarize yourself with the laws for homeschool


Colleges that admit homeschoolers


Students in different areas of the country will need to check their local homeschool laws in each county inshaAllah

See this link to order the Pass Test for Homeschoolers inshaAllah 


" The PASS Test was developed specifically for home schoolers. It has certain similarities to other achievement tests in that it estimates student achievement in the subjects of reading, language, and math. For grades 3 - 8."

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Last Will and Testament

Last Will and Testament

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Alhamdulillah, here is a basic form that you as Muslims can use as your Last Will and Testament to avoid any complications at the time of your death. This simple form will give the Muslims the right to take possession of your remains and to distribute your property according to Islamic Law (shariah) inshaAllah.

Please share amongst the Muslims

Last Will and Testament.pdf

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