With dry throats, parched lips, swoons of drowsiness, short tempers, and long hot afternoons, Ramadan days went by for most of us.Eid means "that which keeps returning." It is a time to proclaim Allah's greatness with takbir (saying, "Allah is the Greatest"), rejoice, eat, drink, meet other Muslims, and rekindle stagnant ties of love and kinship.
Why would Allah ordain Muslims to begin their festivities at the culmination of a month-long routine of enduring daytime abstinence and devoted nights of worship by giving charity in the form of food? This is prescribed to encourage community bonding, sharing, and goodwill.
It ensures that no Muslim spends the night hungry and that every Muslim has enough to celebrate `Eid with ease, particularly by partaking in the festivities the next morning by having a hearty breakfast before `Eid Prayer.
Ramadan is a month in which Allah showers all believers with His mercy, giving every Muslim a chance to repent from his or her sins, relinquish bad habits and frivolous lifestyle, and return to Allah in humble submission.
Allah locks up the devils among the jinn, closes the doors of Hell, grants Muslims a night of power that is better than a thousand months, and multiplies the reward of good deeds, which are considered, indeed, tremendous incentives to rush back to Allah with zeal during Ramadan.
Wretched is the Muslim who does not succeed in having his sins forgiven during this blessed month!
As the end of Ramadan draws nearer, the fervor of worship increases, the fasting Muslims gather more momentum for Night Prayers, repentance, and earnest supplications to Allah, and some of them isolate themselves for i`tikaf (spiritual retreat in the mosque).
Meanwhile, their hearts experience mixed feelings. They feel sorrowful at having to imminently bid farewell to this month of worship for another year, and joyful at the prospect of shortly enjoying `Eid with their family and relatives.
`Eid day commences with Muslims taking a shower early in the morning, dressing up in nice clothes and perfume, having sweet-flavored dessert or dates for breakfast, loudly proclaiming Allah's greatness (saying, "Allahu Akbar"), and proceeding as a family for congregational prayer.
Muslims rejoice inwardly because they are hopeful that they emerged from Ramadan as a clean slate; that is, with all their previous sins wiped out after having received forgiveness from Allah. This forgiveness for sins makes Muslims embrace and welcome the holy month of Ramadan in the first place, as it gives them a chance of renewing their faith and strengthening their bond with their Creator.
`Eid is a time to meet everyone we know and do not know, visit each other's homes, give gifts, send greetings, and flash smiles and call up those who are geographically too far away from us to wish them a happy `Eid. These gestures should be for everyone, not just for those whom we like or to whom we are close.
It is not appropriate for a Muslim to proceed to another corner of the Prayer rows at `Eid Prayer after having spotted someone at the farther end with whom he or she has a long-standing bone of contention or a grudge.
It is not proper for a Muslim sister to turn her head away to avoid eye contact with a sister from her neighborhood, because of what the latter allegedly said about her behind her back according to gossipmongers.
`Eid is a time for Muslims to forgive others the wrongs they have done to them, intentionally or by mistake, just as they themselves hope that Allah has forgiven their sins in His infinite mercy during Ramadan.
`Eid is all about forgiving people, just the way we would like Allah to forgive us. No matter how hard it may seem, it is possible to get rid of grudges and move on, forgetting the bad they did to us, despite still feeling the hurt and pain, and meeting them as if nothing sour ever happened. In the Qur'an, Almighty Allah ordains Muslims to do so saying,
The same logic also applies to us as believers. If we would like to be forgiven by Allah for the sins we have done, we should also develop the ability and strength to forgive others and move on from past grievances.
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There is a group of people taking advantage of current political termoil and scenario to instigate, misdirect and launching an attacked to PAS during this holy month of Syawal. Their main goal to devide and break the Muslim society in Malaysia into pieces. Syawal is the month of forgiving and seek forgiveness. The month that we are endure to repair and strengthen the bond among muslim.
DAP this time proving themself which I say best to describe as Dajjal. What is Dajjal?
Al-Masih ad-Dajjal (Arabic: المسيح الدجّال Al-Masīḥ ad-Dajjāl, "the false messiah"), is an evil figure in Islamic eschatology. He is to appear pretending to be the Masih (i.e. the Messiah) at a time in the future, before Yawm al-Qiyamah (Day of Resurrection), and is comparable to the Antichrist and Armilus in Christian and medieval Jewish eschatology, respectively.
DAP alone can't make this happened by themselves. With a little help from the expired PAS leaders which loss their seat during recent Muktamar, they have started the revolution to kick out PAS and replace this Islamic Party with a modernization Islam way (more open type and not to follow Quran and Hadith as their guidance) and basically looking at the sponsor of this movement, the future Islamic Party in Malaysia will be govern by Buddist. This doesn't look right. Yet as you can see from the photo attached, many came to the event.
Those PAS former leaders forgotten one thing. The most important things among others. Before, they have taken a stupid and unspeakable oath. In their written oath, if they leave PAS, their wives will be automatically divorce by 3rd. Talaq.
Muslim's in this country urged not to fall into DAP traps.....DAP is playing fire. They are just to arrogant to accept the facts that the guidance of Islam will always be the Quran and Hadith and no others. DAP ultimate goal were just to mislead Muslim from real Islamic teaching. Don't falls on this!
DAP IS DAJJAL!
DAP IS THE FALSE MESSIAH!