Islam Reigns


1. The assassination of Caliph Umar bin Khattab was carried out by Abu-Luluah, who is considered a hero by the Shia who honour him with the title “Baba Shujjah-e-deen”, which can be translated as “Honoured Defender of Religion.” Today, millions of Shia visit his grave in Iran, and distribute sweets/sweetmeats celebrating the anniversary of the assassination of the second Caliph of Islam.

2. The Shia of Kufa would betray and mutiny against both Hasan and Hussain, eventually leading Hussain to his death. And Hussain’s grandson, Zayd, would also be betrayed by the disloyal Shia and was killed due to this treachery.

3. The very first time the Muslims had to pay the Jizya tax to the Kufaar was when the Muslims faced betrayal by the Shia in the East. They were forced to pay protection money to the Byzantine Empire. Had the Shia not betrayed the…

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Alterations And Adjustments That Were Made In Fasting

Islam Reigns

By Jamiatul Ulama Gauteng

Alterations And Adjustments Were Made In Fasting

There were several changes made in the obligation of fasting.

Initially, the fast of `aashura (10th of Muharram) was fardh (compulsory).

Thereafter, three days, 13th, 14th and 15th (ayyam-e-beedh) of every month were made fardh.

Thereafter, the fasting of any one month of the year was made fardh.

Finally, the month of Ramadhaan was fixed as the month of fasting but with certain restrictions that are as follows:

  1. Fasting would commence the moment one slept after sunset (one was not allowed to eat or drink even if he awoke during the night). The following verse was revealed abrogating this restriction in Surah Baqarah : and eat and drink until the white thread (light) of dawn appears to you distinct from the black thread (darkness of night) [2:187].
  2. A person also had the choice of fasting or paying…

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Islam Reigns

By Jamiatul Ulama Gauteng

1. Drinking “sweet colored drinks” on a daily basis

– Why: It contains high amounts of sugar, additives and colorants
– Solution: If you have to, drink it twice a week maximum

2. Drinking large amounts of water at iftaar time

– Why: Filling the stomach with water is more strenuous to it than with food.
– Solution: have a few sips at iftaar then a glass after every two hours.

3. Exercising directly after iftaar.

– Why: the body’s blood flow is concentrated around the stomach at that time.
– Solution: Exercise after two hours of eating to ease digestion.

4. Chewing and swallowing food fast.

– Why: chewing food slowly can speed up digestion and help maintain your weight

5. Having dessert directly after iftaar

– Why: they make you drowsy and sleepy
– Solution: leave at least a two hour gap between iftaar…

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Exercising Freedom Of Speech

For the love of the Mujaddid, Imam Rabbani

As-Salamu ‘Alaikum

الحمد لله الذي نصر عبده وأعز دينه

All praise is due to Allah, The One Who helped His slave, and uplifted His religion.

(Musnad Ahmad bin Hanbal; this is RasulAllah’s صل الله عليه وسلم supplication at the death of abu jahl.)

Alhamdulillah, buckingham palace suffered a tragedy today. An exceptionally ugly, rotten human-swine, with no noor, but rather hellish darkness on his face, an imam of kufr, left this temporal world and made his way to the scorching fire of hell, where he shall find no helper or succor and stay therein unceasingly. While those who love and revere him are sorrowful, we thank Allah immensely for their sorrow, and beseech Him to destroy all that is sacred, holy, and reverent to them, and to annihilate them. 

The filthy swines in the skins of lambs masquerading as “orthodox Muslim scholars” would have started crawling out of their holes…

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Acquisition of Deeni Knowledge and The Evils of Secularism and Modernism

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Hadrat Abdullah bin Mas’ud radiallahu anhu says that if the people of knowledge valued knowledge and placed it in the right hands (i.e. passed it on to those who have the capability of acquiring it and becoming leaders. To teach that which is compulsory, is necessary on every person, but more than the basic with which a person can lead others, should only be taught to those who have the capability); then without doubt, the Jews and the Christians would have become leaders of the time on account of their knowledge. However, they wasted their knowledge on the worldly people in order that they may gain some worldly benefit from them. As a result, they· became wretched and disgraced in the eyes of the worldly people. (This happened because the right of knowledge was that through it the pleasure of Allah should have been sought. By seeking the benefits of…

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Are You A Muslim Feminist?

For the love of the Mujaddid, Imam Rabbani

ONLY IF you staunchly believe and propagate that a Muslim man values, respects, and listens to his MOTHER at least a BILLION degrees above his wife. 

If you get this right, all else falls in place. Guaranteed!

If not, you’re only lying to yourself and the world that you stand for women’s rights! You simply don’t even have a clue what women’s rights are!

Note to the mathematically challenged: One billion =  the number 1 followed by nine  zeros = 1,000,000,000

Note to the intellectually challenged: This short post is addressed to both genders.


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Islam Reigns

By The Majlis


There have now surfaced an abundance of evidence to confirm that Bitcoin is a massive scam set in motion by U.S.A. conspirators. It is a great step forward to achieve total control of the world’s economy by abolishing real currency and replacing it with a ghost ‘currency’.


The following is just one article from numerous others compiled by experts in the field.

Just how low will the financial manipulators crash Bitcoin after pushing it to $20,000?

Make no mistake about it, the engineered and ongoing crash of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin was deliberately timed to begin in earnest just before the Christmas holiday. And it has all gone down so soon after Bitcoin…

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In the Shariah there is a principle called Ahwanul Baliyyatain which means the ‘lesser of two evils or the lesser of two calamities. In terms of this principle, when one is confronted with two evils or two calamities, one should opt for the lesser one. In some quarters this principle has been misunderstood. Even some learned men misinterpret it, thus involving people in the commission of haraam. The operation of this principle is based on a condition. This condition is the non-existence of a lawful alternative. This principle cannot be availed of, if a lawful option exists. Only when confronted by two evils and there is no exit may this principle be applied. When there is simply no other alternative, the Shariah orders that one should save oneself from the greater calamity by acceptance of the lesser calamity.

An example of the operation of this principle is given in the Qur’aan Majeed. Eating haraam meat is permitted to save one’s life. When a person is in the dire straits of starvation and no halaal food is available, then to save oneself from death, consumption of even pork becomes permissible. The conditions for this permissibility are:
(1) Total unavailability of halaal food of any kind whatever.
(2) Eating only sufficient to save one’s life.
Eating to satiation is haraam as well as eating for taste or pleasure. The two evils or calamities in this example are death due to starvation and consumption of haraam. The lesser evil according to the Shariah, not according to our logic, in this example is consumption of haraam to the extent of need.
A principle cannot be applied in isolation of its shuroot (conditions). It is not lawful to apply the principle and ignore the conditions which are essential for the validity of the principle. Thus, if a halaal option is available, it will be haraam to apply the principle of Ahwanul Baliyyatain
Once this has been understood there will be no difficulty in applying this principle. However, if someone is simply bent on misinterpretation for the purpose of gaining nafsaani satisfaction, then there is no rational argument for such a person. This man of dhalaal is not the subject of this address.
Some examples will be cited to illustrate the misinterpretation of this principle, which is generally motivated for the mismanipulation of situations at the behest of the nafs.
The question is asked: Is it better for a woman to work in her husband’s shop or elsewhere in a stranger’s business where she will be among ghair mahrams? Since the lesser evil is for a wife to be with her husband in his shop, misguided learned men advise that the woman should work in her husband’s shop. Even though she will be constrained to commit many Purdah violations and ruin her modesty in the purdahless environment of the shop. They argue that in view of it being the lesser evil, it is permissible for her to be employed in her husband’s shop.
This fallacious argument has completely ignored the essential condition of this principle. There is a third lawful- alternative available here, and that is adherence to the original command of Allah Ta’ala, viz., women should remain in the holy precincts of their homes. In the first instance it is haraam for women to emerge unnecessarily from their homes. It is the obligatory duty of the husband to ensure that he maintains his family. It is not the duty of the wife to earn and feed the family nor assist with this obligation. It is a kabeerah sin to pull her out of the sanctity of the home and plunge her into an environment of immorality and Hijaab violations. In this example, the woman is not compelled by anyone to choose between two evil options. She simply has to reject both options and remain at home in obedience to the Qur’aanic command:
“And (O you women!) remain within your homes.”
It is better for a woman to participate in a thikr session in a Madrasah hall than to wander around in a hypermarket. Since ‘the lesser evil is the former, votaries of public halqah thikr claim that she should participate in this form of thikr. Again, the essential condition for the application of this principle is ignored. A woman is not under compulsion to either visit the hypermarket or to participate in the thikr session. Since there is no such obligation or compulsion or need for her, it is not permissible for her to invoke this principle. She has to simply reject both options and follow the Islamic injunction of remaining at home. In fact, inviting women to participate in public lectures, thikr, Taraaweeh, etc., is not influenced by the principle of Ahwanul Baliyyatain. It is simply a new-fangled teaching of misguided learned men who seek to justify their errors by resorting to misinterpretation of the principles and teachings of the Shariah.

A Glimpse of the “Liberated Woman” of the “Advanced Civilized West” – A Piece of Advise and warning to South Asian Women

Islam Reigns

By a sister

The modern concept of liberation has
reduced the status of women to that of a Trash Bin.

If you’ve been to any great city of Western Civilization you would’ve noticed that there are areas where people go to get “hammered”. Bars, pubs and eateries are lined up and hoards of girls/ women come
there to get drunk, do drugs and then get picked up by guys for sex. Some people get started on the roads and in taxis there! The next morning the liberated female wakes up and gets on with her life. Some of them do expect the guy to stay intouch after he made her feel loved, even though for a brief amount of time, but most of them have learnt to not expect any attachment.

When I think of such women the only
image that comes to my mind is that of a Trash…

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Who Are the Madkhalis??

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[By Moulana Huzaifah Ibraaheem]

Many people may not be familiar with this term, hence they may be wondering: “Who exactly are the Madkhalis?”

Madkhalis are a branch of the Salafis.

Some people have the misconception that Salafiyyah and the Salafis are one, unified body, but this is very far from the truth. Rather, the Salafis are divided up into many small sects, each with different leaders, different beliefs, different agendas, different ideologies, different methodologies, etc. Perhaps the only thing the various sects truly have in common is that they all hate each other. Other than that, everything else is up for debate, with the very concept of “What is Tawheed?” being a “controversial” issue among the various Salafi subsects, with a variety of conceptions of what exactly Tawheed is and what it entails, e.g. “Is Haakimiyyah part of Tawheed?”, and so on.

Thus, the very first point the readers must…

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