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    افتراضي عائدون والعوده احمد بأذن الله

    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

    حياكم الله كل ابوكم ..

    حقيقه لا تخفى عليكم الا وهي هجره الاعضاء للمنتديات بصفه عامه والمعالي بصفه خاصه وذلك بسبب الوباء المسمى بالبرامج الاجتماعيه

    وجهموريه المعالي له مكانه خاصه بين اعضائها وهناك من يرغب بالعوده لها لكن اول ما يشوفون القطو الاسواد الي عند عند باب الجمهوريه اعتقدو ان المكان مهجور سارعو للهروب


    وبناء على ذلك واحياء للجمهوريه ولائي وانتمائي لها قررت المرابطه بالجمهوريه واقناع كل من يزور الجمهوريه بالعوده لها وفتح ديوانيه صغيرونه لتبادل الحديث واخر الاخبار وتجهيز دله شاهي و قهوه لكم

    زبده الحديث : مالكم نيه نحدد يوم بالاسبوع نتكي فيه هينا ؟



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    Islam Morals
    Some Basic Islamic Beliefs:

    1) Belief in God:
    Muslims believe in one, unique, incomparable God, Who has no son nor partner, and that none has the right to be worshipped but Him alone. He is the true God, and every other deity is false. He has the most magnificent names and sublime perfect attributes. No one shares His divinity, nor His attributes. In the Quran, God describes Himself:
    Say, “He is God, the One. God, to Whom the creatures turn for their needs. He begets not, nor was He begotten, and there is none like Him.” (Quran, 112:1-4)
    God alone is the Almighty, the Creator, the Sovereign, and the Sustainer of everything in the whole universe. He manages all affairs. He stands in need of none of His creatures, and all His creatures depend on Him for all that they need. He is the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing, and the All-Knowing. In a perfect manner, His knowledge encompasses all things, the open and the secret, and the public and the private. He knows what has happened, what will happen, and how it will happen. No affair occurs in the whole world except by His will. Whatever He wills is, and whatever He does not will is not and will never be. His will is above the will of all the creatures. He has power over all things, and He is able to do everything. He is the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, and the Most Beneficent. In one of the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad , we are told that God is more merciful to His creatures than a mother to her child.1 God is far removed from injustice and tyranny. He is All-Wise in all of His actions and decrees. If someone wants something from God, he or she can ask God directly without asking anyone else to intercede with God for him or her.
    The Arabic word Allah means God (the one and only true God who created the whole universe). This word Allahis a name for God, which is used by Arabic speakers, both Arab Muslims and Arab Christians. This word cannot be used to designate anything other than the one true God. The Arabic word Allah occurs in the Quran about 2700 times.
    2) Belief in the Angels:
    Muslims believe in the existence of the angels and that they are honored creatures. The angels worship God alone, obey Him, and act only by His command. Among the angels is Gabriel, who brought down the Quran to Muhammad .
    3) Belief in God’s Revealed Books:
    Muslims believe that God revealed books to His messengers as proof for mankind and as guidance for them. Among these books is the Quran, which God revealed to the Prophet Muhammad . God has guaranteed the Quran’s protection from any corruption or distortion. God has said:
    Indeed, We have sent down the Quran, and surely We will guard it (from corruption). (Quran, 15:9)
    4) Belief in the Prophets and Messengers of God:
    Muslims believe in the prophets and messengers of God, starting with Adam, including Noah, Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, and Jesus (peace be upon them). But God’s final message to man, a reconfirmation of the eternal message, was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad . Muslims believe that Muhammad is the last prophet sent by God, as God has said:
    Muhammad is not the father of any one of your men, but he is the Messenger of God and the last of the prophets... (Quran, 33:40)
    Muslims believe that all the prophets and messengers were created human beings who had none of the divine qualities of God.
    5) Belief in the Day of Judgment:
    Muslims believe in the Day of Judgment (the Day of Resurrection) when all people will be resurrected for God’s judgment according to their beliefs and deeds.
    6) Belief in Al-Qadar:
    Muslims believe in Al-Qadar, which is Divine Predestination, but this belief in Divine Predestination does not mean that human beings do not have freewill. Rather, Muslims believe that God has given human beings freewill. This means that they can choose right or wrong and that they are responsible for their choices.
    The belief in Divine Predestination includes belief in four things: 1) God knows everything. He knows what has happened and what will happen. 2) God has recorded all that has happened and all that will happen. 3) Whatever God wills to happen happens, and whatever He wills not to happen does not happen. 4) God is the Creator of everything.

    What Is the Quran About?
    The Quran, the last revealed word of God, is the primary source of every Muslim’s faith and practice.


    It deals with all the subjects which concern human beings: wisdom, doctrine, worship, transactions, law, etc., but its basic theme is the relationship between God and His creatures. At the same time, it provides guidelines and detailed teachings for a just society, proper human conduct, and an equitable economic system.
    Note that the Quran was revealed to Muhammad in Arabic only. So, any Quranic translation, either in English or any other language, is neither a Quran, nor a version of the Quran, but rather it is only a translation of the meaning of the Quran. The Quran exists only in the Arabic in which it was revealed.
    Who Is the Prophet Muhammad ?
    Muhammad was born in Makkah in the year 570. Since his father died before his birth and his mother died shortly thereafter, he was raised by his uncle who was from the respected tribe of Quraysh. He was raised illiterate, unable to read or write, and remained so till his death. His people, before his mission as a prophet, were ignorant of science and most of them were illiterate. As he grew up, he became known to be truthful, honest, trustworthy, generous, and sincere. He was so trustworthy that they called him the Trustworthy.1 Muhammad was very religious, and he had long detested the decadence and idolatry of his society.
    Mosque in Madinah.
    At the age of forty, Muhammad received his first revelation from God through the Angel Gabriel. The revelations continued for twenty-three years, and they are collectively known as the Quran.
    As soon as he began to recite the Quran and to preach the truth which God had revealed to him, he and his small group of followers suffered persecution from unbelievers. The persecution grew so fierce that in the year 622 God gave them the command to emigrate. This emigration from Makkah to the city of Madinah, some 260 miles to the north, marks the beginning of the Muslim calendar.
    After several years, Muhammad and his followers were able to return to Makkah, where they forgave their enemies. Before Muhammad died, at the age of sixty-three, the greater part of the Arabian Peninsula had become Muslim, and within a century of his death, Islam had spread to Spain in the West and as far East as China. Among the reasons for the rapid and peaceful spread of Islam was the truth and clarity of its doctrine. Islam calls for faith in only one God, Who is the only one worthy of worship.
    The Prophet Muhammad was a perfect example of an honest, just, merciful, compassionate, truthful, and brave human being. Though he was a man, he was far removed from all evil characteristics and strove solely for the sake of God and His reward in the Hereafter. Moreover, in all his actions and dealings, he was ever mindful and fearful of God.
    Human Rights and Justice in Islam
    Islam provides many human rights for the individual. The following are some of these human rights that Islam protects.
    The life and property of all citizens in an Islamic state are considered sacred, whether a person is Muslim or not. Islam also protects honor. So, in Islam, insulting others or making fun of them is not allowed. The Prophet Muhammad said: {Truly your blood, your property, and your honor are inviolable.}1
    The life and property of all citizens in an Islamic state are considered sacred, whether a person is Muslim or not. Islam also protects honor. So, in Islam, insulting others or making fun of them is not allowed. The Prophet Muhammad said: {Truly your blood, your property, and your honor are inviolable.}1
    Racism is not allowed in Islam, for the Quran speaks of human equality in the following terms:
    O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female and have made you into nations and tribes for you to know one another. Truly, the noblest of you with God is the most pious.2 Truly, God is All-Knowing, All-Aware. (Quran, 49:13)
    Islam rejects certain individuals or nations being favored because of their wealth, power, or race. God created human beings as equals who are to be distinguished from each other only on the basis of their faith and piety. The Prophet Muhammad said: {O people! Your God is one and your forefather (Adam) is one. An Arab is not better than a non-Arab and a non-Arab is not better than an Arab, and a red (i.e. white tinged with red) person is not better than a black person and a black person is not better than a red person,3 except in piety.}4
    One of the major problems facing mankind today is racism.

    The developed world can send a man to the moon but cannot stop man from hating and fighting his fellow man. Ever since the days of the Prophet Muhammad , Islam has provided a vivid example of how racism can be ended. The annual pilgrimage (Hajj) to Makkah shows the real Islamic brotherhood of all races and nations, when about two million Muslims from all over the world come to Makkah to perform the pilgrimage.
    Islam is a religion of justice. God has said:
    Truly God commands you to give back trusts to those to whom they are due, and when you judge between people, to judge with justice.... (Quran, 4:58)
    And He has said:
    ...And act justly. Truly, God loves those who are just. (Quran, 49:9)
    We should even be just with those who we hate, as God has said:
    ...And let not the hatred of others make you avoid justice. Be just: that is nearer to piety.... (Quran, 5:8)
    The Prophet Muhammad said: {People, beware of injustice,5 for injustice shall be darkness on the Day of Judgment.}6
    And those who have not gotten their rights (i.e. what they have a just claim to) in this life will receive them on the Day of Judgment, as the Prophet said: {On the Day of Judgment, rights will be given to those to whom they are due (and wrongs will be redressed)...}7
    qualities a Muslim should display:
    1. Truthfulness:
    "O you who believe! keep your duty to Allah and speak straight, true words." (Holy Quran 33:70)
    "O you who believe, keep your duty to Allah, and be with the truthful people." (9:119)
    "Be maintainers of justice and bearers of true witness for Allah, even if it (the truth) goes against your own selves or parents or relatives or someone who is rich or poor." (4:135)
    2. Forgiveness:
    "Pardon (people) and overlook (their faults). Don't you love that Allah should forgive you." (24:22)
    "(The dutiful are) . . . those who restrain their anger and pardon people. Allah loves those who do good to others." (3:134)
    "Whenever they (true believers) are angry they forgive." (42:37)
    "The recompense of evil is punishment like it. But whoever forgives (an evil committed against himself) and amends (matters), his reward is with Allah. . . . Whoever is patient and forgives, that is a matter of great resolution." (42:40, 43)
    When the Holy Prophet Muhammad defeated his enemies in Makka and returned to that city as its conqueror, he forgave them in the following words:
    "No reproof be against you this day; Allah may forgive you, and He is the most Merciful of those who show mercy." (12:92)
    How does Islam require a Muslim to treat the people around him?
    1. Neighbours:
    "Be good to . . . the neighbour belonging to your people and the alien neighbour." (4:36)
    "He is not a believer who fills his stomach while his neighbour is hungry." (Holy Prophet in Hadith.)
    "The angel Gabriel continued to enjoin upon me good treatment of the neighbour, so much so that I thought he would make him heir to one's property." (Holy Prophet in Bukhari.)
    2. Animals
    "There is no animal in the earth, nor a bird flying on its two wings, but they are communities like yourselves (O people)." (6:38)
    Someone asked the Holy Prophet, "Is there a reward for us (from Allah) for doing good to beasts?" He replied:
    "In every animal having a liver fresh with life there is a reward." (Holy Prophet in Mishkat.)
    "Be careful of your duty to Allah in the matter of dumb animals; ride them while they are in a fit condition, and eat them while they are in a fit condition." (Holy Prophet in Abu Dawud.)
    "Whoever tills a field, and birds and beasts eat from it, it is an act of charity." (Holy Prophet in Musnad of Ahmad.)
    3. Those who abuse Muslims:
    "Bear patiently what they (abusers) say." (20:130)
    "Disregard their annoying talk." (33:48)
    "When you hear Allah's messages disbelieved in and mocked at, sit not with them until they enter into some other talk." (4:140)
    "And if you invite them to guidance, they hear not; and you see them looking towards you, yet they see not. Take to forgiveness and enjoin good and turn away from the ignorant." (7:198-199)
    "The Messenger of Allah and his Companions used to forgive the idolaters and the followers of the book (Jews and Christians), as Allah had commanded them, and they used to show patience on hearing hurtful words." (Report in Bukhari.)
    4. Non­Muslims:
    "Allah does not forbid you concerning those people who do not fight you because of your religion, nor expel you from your homes, that you show them kindness and deal with them justly.. . . Allah forbids you only concerning those people who fight you for your religion, and drive you from your homes and help others to expel you, that you make friends of them." (60: 8,9)
    "Whatever good they (people of other religions) do, they will not be denied it (by Allah), and Allah knows who the righteous are." (3:115)
    "O you who believe, be upright for Allah, bearers of witness with justice; and do not let the hatred of a people incite you not to act with justice. Be just; that is nearer to observance of duty." (5:8)
    "Call (others) to the way of your Lord with wisdom and goodly exhortation, and argue with them in the best manner." (16:125)
    "Argue not with the people ofTHE BOOK (Jews, Christians, and other people having scriptures) except by the best (means), save those of them who act unjustly. But say: We believe in that which has been revealed to us and revealed to you, and our God and your God is One, and to Him we submit." (29:46)
    A companion of the Holy Prophet relates:
    "A funeral procession passed by the Holy Prophet, and he stood up for it. People said to him: It was the funeral of a Jew. He said: Was it not a human life?" (Report in Bukhari.)
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    يَآ إمَا نكونْ اللِيْ نَبيْ ,,
    والا عَسَـآنَـا مَانكونْ !

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    Importance Of English Language


    Learning a new language affects positively the learner’s mind and his communication skills. Many countries teach a foreign language to the children in the elementary school. The English language is considered the world official language due to its popularity and its simple grammar. English is spoken by more than 400 million people around the world. Learning english is very important in many aspects which includes business, communication with world and Islam spreading.


    In the educational aspect, English is very important since most of the education materials, advanced researches and equipments are in English. Also, the top universities around the world teaches in English. Furthermore, most of the books, lab manuals and papers are in English.


    In the entertainment aspect, the video games and most of the internet are communicated through English language. Also, the English is found in all computers.


    In traveling aspect, you can speak English in almost all the world specially in the restaurants, pharmacies, shopping malls, hotels, and parks.


    In Islam spreading, you can be the reason for someone to enter Islam by talking to him about the Islam and Prophet Mohammed peace be upon him during the communication with any unbeliever of Islam.




    In view of above, we can see that learning english is very important to everybody especially in Saudi Arabia and we should spend the time on improving the reading, listening, writing and grammar skills.

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    يَآ إمَا نكونْ اللِيْ نَبيْ ,,
    والا عَسَـآنَـا مَانكونْ !

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    حتى وان لم يتم الرد على الموضوع ولم يشاركني احد

    راح اصمل واسبقى هنا

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    حنا معك حنا معك ..
    في الحرب وفي السلم ..

    لا تخافي لاتخافي نحن أبطال المطافي >> هههه شطحة
    !!!!!!!
    لا أحد يدوم لأحد .. ولاتشتكي همك للناس
    بث شكواك لخالقك فهو من أوجدك وتكفل برعياتك
    وعش في دنياك بسعادة ,,
    و,, ابتسم

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    أبو شكيب ، قررت أسلم


    لا معليش


    آي وانت تو بي آ مسلم برذر
    سبحانك اللهم وبحمدك ، أشهد أن لا إله إلاّ أنت ، استغفرك و أتوب إليك .


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    افتراضي رد: عائدون والعوده احمد بأذن الله

    اقتباس المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة حزين المدارس مشاهدة المشاركة
    حتى وان لم يتم الرد على الموضوع ولم يشاركني احد

    راح اصمل واسبقى هنا
    نصيحة نصيحة ، قل إن شاء الله


    قلناها قبلك و سحبنا
    سبحانك اللهم وبحمدك ، أشهد أن لا إله إلاّ أنت ، استغفرك و أتوب إليك .


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    افتراضي رد: عائدون والعوده احمد بأذن الله

    تجربة
    سبحانك اللهم وبحمدك ، أشهد أن لا إله إلاّ أنت ، استغفرك و أتوب إليك .


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    احم احم
    سبحانك اللهم وبحمدك ، أشهد أن لا إله إلاّ أنت ، استغفرك و أتوب إليك .


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    افتراضي رد: عائدون والعوده احمد بأذن الله

    ماش ما ضبطت حركة الستايل من الخيارات
    سبحانك اللهم وبحمدك ، أشهد أن لا إله إلاّ أنت ، استغفرك و أتوب إليك .


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    تجربة اخيرة
    سبحانك اللهم وبحمدك ، أشهد أن لا إله إلاّ أنت ، استغفرك و أتوب إليك .


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    افتراضي رد: عائدون والعوده احمد بأذن الله

    اقتباس المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة أبو سحلب مشاهدة المشاركة
    تجربة اخيرة


    قصدي قبل الاخيرة او يمكن قبل قبل االخيرة
    سبحانك اللهم وبحمدك ، أشهد أن لا إله إلاّ أنت ، استغفرك و أتوب إليك .


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    يبوشكيب من ناحيتي (( صوت طقة صدر )) إزهله
    كل خميس وانا معكم ان شاء الله ولو بغيتوا بعد كل جمعة .. بإستثناء الخميس الجاي لأن عندي الأحد إختبار نهائي في معهد الإدارة
    عاد تدري اقتراحك هذا من زمان ودي انه يصير بل اني بالصدفة تو قبل خمس دقايق كتبت مشاركة في موضوع ثاني هنا بالديوانية قلت فيها اني اتمنى ان اهل المعالي يتفقون انهم يرجعون وسبحان الله شوي إلا وادخل موضوعك بالصدفة !!!
    ابشر يا سنايدي انا معكم ليل كل خميس بعد العشاء ان شاء الله و اقولها وانا صامل ان شاء
    الله

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