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"Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong; they are the ones to attain felicity".
(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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User Name: Ansar.Abbasi
Full Name: Ansar Abbasi
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 Reply:   Our salvation lies in bridging
Replied by(invite2truth) Replied on (6/Jul/2008)

Sorry Dear I don't agree with your point of view since you are mixing up things;
Your dialogue doesn't seem to have a clear direction.
The Holy Quran is a divine Book Sent By Allah (SWT) for the guidance of human being; those who do not respect it have will face the consequence sooner or later; and we are not responsible for their actions; what we are responsible for are the following five things:
1) Believe that this is a divine Book from ALLAH (SWT)
2) To recite it regularly with best Tajweed as much one can make it.
3) To understand its meaning in the right context. (By studying "Asbab-e-Nazool" )
4) To follow The Holy Quran individually & collectively.
5) Finally to spread its Knowledge as much as one can.
 
Let me ask you a question; We Muslims Believe in One ALLAH (SWT), One Quran & One Last Prophet (PBUH); why are there so many groups (Firkay) each happen with its ideology & actions (amals) not caring if their actions are according to Quran & Sunnah to please ALLAH (SWT).
 
NO! they want to please themselves and not ALLAH (SWT). Remember those who really fear ALLAH (SWT) (i.e.have Taqwa) always do the right things according to Quran & Sunnah and they do not fear anybody.
 
My dear brother the present Muslim Ummah is widely divided? With no proper direction! How can we correct this situation? Our salvation lies in bridging the gaps; today our nation is divided into many political & religious parties; each party at the throat of the other, is this Islam?
 
Dear this one type of AHZAAB (parties strife) mentioned in the Holy Quran; let us ask our self what we have done to deserve this.
 
I request all (including myself) to sincerely study Quran & Sunnah and mend our lives accordingly, and to avoid "Fitna" at all cost.
 
May ALLAH (SWT) Have Mercy On Us & Guide Us - Ameen
 
my email address is invite2truth@yahoo.com

 
 Reply:   I really feel sorry for them a
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (5/Jul/2008)

Should i copy & post your last posts, where after looking at the martyred Qurran picture, you said the same thing.
I am open to correct my errors, my mistakes, and i am learning as well.
But what about you, you are just imposing your way of thinking, without giving any room to any one else.
This is the extremist attitude, so you are real extremist, not me.
And due to extremist nature of so-called liberal and moderate, all things are happening around.

I just sent Your words back to you, just to see your reaction.
Desperate, aren't you, the same feeling i felt. when you just defend any harm/killing of innocent Muslims in FATA etc.

your reaction was 100% as i expected.
that is what my brother i am saying from the very beginning.
some time we do mistakes but it is not necessary that we always criticize the mistake, we should give some weight and some though to reasoning as well.
According to our religion, they committed the sin, but according to ground reality what they did wasn't their mistake and of course government is responsible and the same applies to FATA and Talibaan as well. (i am not elaborating my answer further, and i hope you will understand my point).

May Allah give wisdom to our rulers to look at our matters and condition as well.
 
 Reply:   That is Very Saddistic on your
Replied by(invite2truth) Replied on (5/Jul/2008)

I am really amazed at your Saddistic nature; a couple has comitted suicide due to poverty & hunger and you say that they should have read Quran the right way, are you trying to ridicule Islam,
 
Pls ask for Forgiveness from ALLAH?(SWT) and mend your ways.
 
I was really moved by this story whereas you didn't felt any regret, well this is the difference between you and me. You are for kill & get Killed (the Taleban way) whereas I am for those who say Live & Let Live. I wish I could know this couple before so I could have helped, anyway Allah (SWT) knows the real feeling inside a persons heart.
 
Can you imagine many of the poor people of Pakistan are facing very acute difficulty in meeting the basic daily needs. Should we at this time make more "Fitnas" to destabalize the Nation or should we bridge gaps so as to ease the suffering of the poor.
 
May Allah (SWT) Guide us - Ameen

 
 Reply:   I really feel sorry for them a
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (5/Jul/2008)

I just sent Your words back to you, just to see your reaction.
Desperate, aren't you, the same feeling i felt. when you just defend any harm/killing of innocent Muslims in FATA etc.

your reaction was 100% as i expected.
that is what my brother i am saying from the very beginning.
some time we do mistakes but it is not necessary that we always criticize the mistake, we should give some weight and some though to reasoning as well.
According to our religion, they committed the sin, but according to ground reality what they did wasn't their mistake and of course government is responsible and the same applies to FATA and Talibaan as well. (i am not elaborating my answer further, and i hope you will understand my point).

May Allah give wisdom to our rulers to look at our matters and condition as well.

 
 Reply:   What sort of a heart you have-
Replied by(invite2truth) Replied on (5/Jul/2008)

I am really amazed at your mental capability; a couple has comitted suicide due to poverty & hunger and you say that they should have read Quran the right way, are you trying to ridicule Islam, Pls ask  for Forgiveness from ALLAH?(SWT) and mend your ways.
 
I was really moved by this story whereas you didn't felt any regret, well this is the difference between you and me. You are for kill & get Killed (the Taleban way) whereas I am for those who say Live & Let Live. I wish I could know this couple before so I could have helped, anyway Allah (SWT) knows the real feeling inside a persons heart.
 
Can you imagine many of the poor people of  Pakistan are facing very acute difficulty in meeting the basic need. Should we at this time make more "Fitnas" to destabalize the Nation or should we bridge gaps so as to ease the suffering of the poor.
 
May Allah (SWT) Guide us - Ameen
 

 
 Reply:   They should have followed the
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (5/Jul/2008)

Or they should have fight against Talibaan. The Zionist system of last 8 years and the rule of Musharraf is responsible for that.
Why they didn't come out on roads against him.
I am never ashamed of being called as Pakistani, i am ashamed of my/our silent behavior.
We should be ashamed of our personal character.
 
 Reply:   Hunger-stricken couple ends li
Replied by(invite2truth) Replied on (5/Jul/2008)
After getting this news from DAWN of today I really feel ashamed to call myself Pakistani
Hunger-stricken couple ends life



By Iqbal Khwaja


THATTA, July 4: After having been unable to arrange a square meal and even a cup of tea for days, a peasant couple ended their lives in their shabby hut near Jhoke on Thursday night.

According to their relatives, Jumo Kolhi and his pregnant wife Maria were passing thought a difficult time and living below the level of subsistence.

They went to sleep without a meal on Wednesday night and could not have tea in the morning. It led to an exchange of hot words between them.

Jumo left the house and went to the landlord whose land he tilled to borrow some money. The landlord said he would get money in the evening and asked Jumo to do unpaid work (Wangar) on the farm till then.

When Jumo returned home with some food, he was shocked to see his wife's body hanging from a beam and their two-year-old daughter and a disabled one-year-old son crying under it.

He brought down the body, loosened the noose and used the same rope to hang himself.

The isolated hut is located in sugarcane fields a few furlongs away from Jhoke, a dusty hamlet where Sufi saint Shah Inayat had established a peasant commune in the 18th century under the slogan: "One who tills should eat the crop."

Police handed over the bodies to the family after post-mortem. The bodies have been taken to the couple's ancestral village near Tando Mohammad Khan.

A pall of gloom has descended on the area after the tragedy.




 
 Reply:   thats really true !script src
Replied by(Wajeeh) Replied on (30/Jun/2008)

When he came back from KSA we all thought that he is now more sensible but later he prooved us wrong again ...
 
 Reply:   You Never Know When This "Pea
Replied by(invite2truth) Replied on (29/Jun/2008)

You Never Know When This "Pea Brain" Will Do Next

I think we have the worst lot of "POLITICAINS"

May ALLAH (SWT)impose Just & Sincere Rulers for this Country - Ameen
 
 Reply:   Atlast !//shy
Replied by(Wajeeh) Replied on (27/Jun/2008)

Atlast Nawaz thinks...
 
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