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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the fourteenth Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the thirteenth Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmad bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the twelfth Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the eleventh Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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We live in a time where Islam and Muslims are the source of much controversy. Despite, having such a long tradition in the United Kingdom, the Muslim community are increasingly isolated and polarized from the wider society. As a super hero, I come across many many distress calls from Muslims, due to being attacked, dis...criminated against and genuinely made to live in fear, and from Non Muslims, due to not knowing who their Muslim neighbors are and having an enormous amount of fear of a clash of civilizations the news alerts them to. This seems so bizarre, and it seems all both communities need to do, is sit down, and have a chicken tikka masala and realize just how much in common they have, and why they do not need to fear one another. My consciousness of this, led me to use my spidy sense to search out any brothers and sisters who were eager to do some good, engage society and showcase the beauty of Islam, with honesty and integrity. Within seconds I identified the Mercy Mission team working on an innovative project to raise awareness of Islam and the Muslims and do so in an approachable way, and thus I signed up as a volunteer, and it is brill. There is a cool project to: • Distribute 10,000 packs of dates across the UK to the general public through city centre events. • Cater for up to 5000 People (Muslim & Non Muslim) to break fast together In the UK`s 3 major largest cities. • Distribute toys at Royal Manchester Children`s Hospital for Eid Ul Fitr with celebrity support. • Billboard 3 famous high streets with the Ahadith of The Messenger of Allah, Upon Whom Be Peace. • Decorate 150 buses with The Ahadith of The Messenger of Allah, Upon Whom Be Peace And is that not cool, boys and girls? Me thinks it is. And what is even cooler, is the way this is going to be achieved is through us all partying. Now following on from justgodit.net, we are now launching www.justgoparty.com and I want to know are you ready to just go party? If so, please go register on www.justgoparty.com and hurry up, as it is limited to the 1st 1000 people.

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This lecture covers a detailed background on the various aspects of Shirk and goes into discussion on how a great number of people may fall prey of going into/committing shirk realizing it. Additionally, towards the end the speaker answers questions from the audience.

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Why Ibrahim A.S. was called Sheikh -ul-Jihad. From lecture/Life of Lut A.S/ by Abu Waleed. Production of This video is edited out by Sayfullah Hanbal Abdul-Wahhab ( Australia Sydney Lakemba)

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Ahl Sunnah Wel Jemah TV (Australia) fully supports dawah of our brothers from RevolutionMuslim.com. RevolutionMuslim.com presents a short documentary on one of the most controversial issues of today, The BETRAYAL & APOSTACY of the Rulers in the Muslim lands. Many understand and will claim that the rulers are apostates and indeed traitors, but do not have the knowledge of why it is we consider them apostates and traitors. Within this video we list and explain in detail how each ruler in the Muslim lands has apostated from this religion and how each ruler has betrayed this Ummah. NOTE: Mustapha Kemal Attaturk is now dead, but the governing system in Turkey is the same as it was implemented by Attaturk when he took power. The rulers in Turkey today are still considered apostates.

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Shaikh ul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah said: And it is known by necessity in the Deen of the Muslims and by the agreement of all the Muslims that whoever follows a Sharee\\ah other than the Sharee\\ah of Muhammad then he is a Kaafir and it is like the Kufr of the one who believes in some of the Book and disbelieves in some of the Book.\\Al-Fataawa\\, Vol. 28/ 524 Al-Haafidh Ibn Katheer said: \\So whoever leaves the clear Sharee\\ah, which was revealed to Muhammad Ibn Abdullah, the Seal of the Prophets, and takes the Hukm to other than it from the laws of Kufr which are abrogated, he has disbelieved. So what about the one who takes the Hukm to the \\Yasaaq\\ (the law of the Tartars which mixed Sahree\\ah rulings with invented rulings) and puts it before it?! Whoever does that, he has disbelieved by the Ijmaa\\ of the Muslims.\\\\Al-Bidaayah wa Nihaayah\\, Vol. 13/ 119

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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the tenth Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the ninth Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the eighth Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the seventh Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the sixth Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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The main division of the Quran is into chapter (surah) and verse (ayat). The Quran is additionally divided into 30 equal sections, called juz (plural: ajiza). This is the fifth Juz of 30. Recited by Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali Al-Ajmi. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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Recited by Sheikh Ahmed ibn Ali Al-Ajmi. What chapter(s) and verses are included in Juz 4?: The fourth juz of the Quran starts from verse 93 of the third chapter (Al Imran 93) and continues to verse 23 of the fourth chapter (An Nisaa 23). When were the verses of this juz revealed?: The verses of this section were largely revealed in the early years after the migration to Madinah, as the Muslim community was setting up its first social and political center. Much of this section relates directly to the defeat of Muslim community at the Battle of Uhud in the third year after the migration. Select Quotations: And hold fast, together, by the Rope which Allah stretches out for you, and be not divided among yourselves. And remember with gratitude favor of Allah on you. For you were enemies, and He joined your hearts in love, so that by His Grace, you became brethren. And you were on the brink of the Pit of Fire, and He saved you from it. Thus does Allah make His Signs clear to you, that you may be guided. 3:103 O you who believe! Persevere with patience and constancy. Vie in such perseverance. Strengthen each other, and fear Allah, that you may prosper. 3:200 What is the main theme of this juz?: The mid-portion of Surah Al-Imran discusses the relationship between Muslims and the People of the Book (i.e. Christians and Jews). The Quran points out similarities between those who follow the religion of Abraham, and repeats several times that while some People of the Book are righteous, there are many who have gone astray. Muslims are urged to stand together for righteousness, repel evil, and hold together in unity. The remainder of Surah Al-Imran points out lessons to be learned from the Battle of Uhud, which was an extremely disappointing loss to the Muslim community. During this battle, Allah tested the believers and it became clear who was selfish or cowardly, and who was patient and disciplined. Believers are urged to seek forgiveness for their weaknesses, and not to lose heart or despair. Death is a reality, and every soul will be taken at its appointed time. One should not fear death, and those who died in battle have mercy and forgiveness from Allah. The chapter ends with reassurances that victory is found through strength of Allah, and that the enemies of Allah will not prevail. The fourth chapter of the Quran (An Nisaa) then begins. The tittle of this chapter means Women, as it deals with many issues regarding women, family life, marriage, and divorce. Chronologically, the chapter also falls shortly after the Muslims defeat at the Battle of Uhud. So this first part of the chapter largely deals with practical issues resulting from that defeat -- how to care for orphans and widows from the battle, and how to divide the inheritance of those who had died. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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Recited by Sheikh Ahmed ibn Ali Al-Ajmi. What chapter(s) and verses are included in Juz 3?: The third juz of the Quran starts from verse 253 of the second chapter (Al Baqarah:253) and continues to verse 92 of the third chapter (Al Imran:92). When were the verses of this juz revealed?: The verses of this section were largely revealed in the early years after the migration to Madinah, as the Muslim community was setting up its first social and political center. Select Quotations: The parable of those who spend their wealth in the way of God is that of a grain of corn: It grows seven ears, and each ear has a hundred grains. God gives manifold increase to whom He pleases, and God cares for all and knows all things. 2:261 Behold! The angels said, Oh Mary! God gives you glad tidings of a Word from Him. His name will be Christ Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honor in this world and in the Hereafter, and of the company of those nearest to God. 3:45 What is the main theme of this juz?: Within the first few verses of this section is the famous Verse of the Throne (Ayat al-Kursi, 2:255). This verse is often memorized by Muslims, is seen adorning Muslim homes in calligraphy, and brings comfort to many. It offers a beautiful and concise description of Gods nature and attributes. The remainder of Surah Al-Bakarah reminds believers that there is to be no compulsion in matters of religion. Parables are told of people who questioned Gods existence or were arrogant about their own importance on earth. Long passages are devoted to the subject of charity and generosity, calling people to humility and justice. It is here that usury/interest transactions are condemned, and guidelines for business transactions given. This longest chapter of the Quran ends with reminders about personal responsibility that everyone is responsible for themselves in matters of faith. The third chapter of the Quran (Al Imran) then begins. This chapter is named for the family of Imran (the father of Mary, mother of Jesus). The chapter begins with the claim that this Quran confirms the messages of previous prophets and messengers of God it is not a new religion. One is reminded of the strict punishment facing unbelievers in the Hereafter, and the People of the Book (i.e. Jews and Christians) are called upon to recognize the truth that this revelation is a confirmation of what came before to their own prophets. In verse 3:33, the story of the family of Imran begins telling the story of Zakariya, John the Baptist, Mary, and the birth of her son, Jesus Christ. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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Recited by Sheikh Ahmed ibn Ali Al-Ajmi. What chapter(s) and verses are included in Juz 2?: The second juz of the Quran starts from verse 142 of the second chapter (Al Baqarah 142) and continues to verse 252 of the same chapter (Al Baqarah 252). When were the verses of this juz revealed?: The verses of this section were largely revealed in the early years after the migration to Madinah, as the Muslim community was setting up its first social and political center. Select Quotation: When My servants ask you concerning Me I am indeed close to them. I respond to the prayer of every suppliant when he calls on Me. Let them also, with a will, listen to My call, and believe in Me, that they may walk in the right way. 2:186 What is the main theme of this juz?: This section gives reminders of faith as well as practical guidance in running the newly-established Islamic community. It starts by indicating the Kaaba in Mecca as the center of Islamic worship and symbol of Muslim unity (Muslims had previously been praying while facing towards Jerusalem). Following reminders of faith and characteristics of believers, the section gives detailed, practical advice on several social matters. Food and drink, criminal law, wills/inheritance, fasting Ramadan, Hajj (pilgrimage), treatment of orphans and widows, and divorce are all touched upon. The section ends with a discussion of jihad and what in entails. The focus is on the defensive preservation of the new Islamic community against outside aggression. Stories are told of Saul, Samuel, David and Goliath to remind believers that no matter what the numbers look like, and no matter how aggressive the enemy, one must be brave and fight back to preserve ones existence and way of life. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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Recited by Sheikh Ahmed ibn Ali Al-Ajmi. What chapter(s) and verses are included in Juz 1?: The first juz of the Quran starts from the first verse of the first chapter (Al-Fatiha 1) and continues part-way through the second chapter (Al Baqarah 141). When were the verses of this juz revealed?: The first chapter, consisting of eight verses, is a summary of faith that was revealed in Mecca before the migration to Madinah. Most of the verses of the second chapter were revealed in the early years after the migration to Madinah, as the Muslim community was setting up its first social and political center. Select Quotations: Seek Gods help with patient perseverance and prayer. It is indeed hard, except to those who are humble -- who bear in mind the certainty that they are to meet their Lord, and that they are to return to Him. 2:45-46 Say: We believe in God, and the revelation given to us, and to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob and the Tribes, and that given to Moses and Jesus, and that given to all prophets from their Lord. We make no difference between one and another of them, and we submit to God. 2:136 What is the main theme of this juz?: The first chapter is called The Opening (Al Fatihah). It consists of eight verses and is often referred to as the Lords Prayer of Islam. The chapter in its entirety is repeatedly recited during a Muslims daily prayers, as it sums up the relationship between humans and God in worship. We begin by praising God, and seeking His guidance in all matters of our lives. The Quran then continues with the longest chapter of the revelation, The Cow (Al Baqarah). The title of the chapter refers to a story told in this section (beginning at verse 67) about the followers of Moses. The early part of this section lays out the situation of humankind in relation to God. God sends guidance and messengers, and people choose how they will respond: they will either believe, they will reject faith altogether, or they will become hypocrites (feigning belief on the outside while harbouring doubts or evil intentions on the inside). The story of the creation of humans is told (one of many places where it is referred to) to remind us about the many bounties and blessings of God. Then stories are begun about previous peoples and how they responded to Gods guidance and messengers. Particular reference is made to the Prophets Abraham, Moses and Jesus, and the struggles they undertook to bring guidance to their people. For Explanation (Commentary) please visit: www.tafsir.com. Download link of Complete Quran: www.4shared.com/dir/ztA1o2dJ/Sheikh_Ahmed_bin_Ali_Al-Ajmi.html

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Another great lecture By Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman on Seeking Knowledge.

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