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Jumah Mubarak! End of January 2016

In the name of Allah the most merciful, the most beneficient

Jumah Mubarak, a blessed Friday to all my readers!

 

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Once again another week has gone by.

We are all still alive and so are relatives insha’Allah. Give thanks to Allah for their continued survival and ask him to help those who have lost their loved ones.

Tonight is Thursday or Islamically “Lailatul Jumah”, the night of Friday. The holiest night of the Islamic week.

May Allah accept all our good deeds of the week gone and increase us in good deeds for the week to come, forgive us for our sins and shower us with even more blessings than the countless blessings he has already endowed us with.

All praise be to Allah and peace be upon his final messenger, whom we should never forget and always remember and love, and his noble family and companions and his brothers the prophets and their followers.

 

Ameen, thumma Ameen.

 

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Jum’ah Mubarak

May all my readers have a Juma’ah Mubarak (a blessed Friday). In Islam a new day starts from the sunset, so Thursday night is considered the beginning of Friday or “Yawm ul Jum’ah” (Friday, or precisely the day of gathering).

Thursday night (Friday night Islamically) is a blessed night when, it is said, our deeds are taken up to heaven and seen by Allah.

It is a holy and blessed night, whereupon Muslims are encouraged to engage in worship and good deeds.

Let us all reflect on how the past week since the Friday gone has transpired, what we have done, what we have not done from those things which we should carried out. Let us resolve to improve ourselves.

I would like to wish all my readers a happy Friday, Jum’ah Mubarak!

 

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Jumu’ah Mubarak

Today is Friday, or in Arabic “Yawm ul Jum’uah”. Yawm means day and Jumu’ah is the name of Friday in Arabic.

It means the day of “gathering”. The Arabic verb for gather, collect is “jama’a”.

I would like to wish all of my readers a happy and blessed Friday (Jumu’ah Mubarak) for themselves and their families.

 

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May Allah accept your du’as. Give you good health, resolve your problems, make you have happy relationships with your loved ones, increase you in Iman (faith) and rizq (sustenance) and forgive all of your sins.

 

– Faatih

 

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