Monthly Archives: March 16, 2013 - السبت 06 جمادى الأولى 1434

“Protecting Your Children From Evils On The Internet”

In times such as these our children are exposed to serious evils on the Internet. It is the responsibilities of Muslim parents to watch over and control access of their children’s Internet experiences.

In this video Abu Muhammad al-Looweesi’aani reviews computer software that may help parents monitor and protect their children ensuring a safe and beneficial Internet experience with the help of Allah.

Refer to the lecture : “Education Of Children In Islaam”

Reference these sites for Web, Internet protection:




Mercy Upon Our Young and Honor Towards Our Elders.

I once traveled with our father, our shaykh Hasan Abdul-Wahhaab Marzouq Al-Bannaa (may Allah preserve him and his family upon good), to visit our shaykh Muhammad Sa’eed Raslaan (may Allah preserve him and his family upon good) at his home.

As I sat watching Shaykh Hasan advise Shaykh Raslaan. I notice how Shaykh Raslaan would just sit and listen with his head down, not looking in the face of Shaykh Hasan, and would simply nod his head and say, yes shaykh, yes shaykh. Shaykh Raslaan humbled himself in front of his elder and showed him the utmost respect and honor.

After this Shaykh Raslaan served us drinks himself, making sure that each of us were satisfied and comfortable before he returned to his seat on the couch next to Shaykh Hasan.

As we began to make our way back to Shaykh Hasan’s car, I walked holding Shaykh Hasan’s hand. I heard footsteps running behind us. Someone tapped me on the shoulder… it was Shaykh Raslaan. He asked me if he could hold Shaykh Hasan’s hand and help him to his car. Of course I said yes and I followed behind watching this display of knowledge, wisdom, love and respect.

Allah’s Messenger (Allah’s peace and blessings upon him) said: (He who does not show mercy towards our young and does not honor our elders is not from us).

Aboo Abdir-Rahmaan Abdur-Raqeeb

The Immutable Laws Of God


im·mu·ta·ble (-myt-bl) adj.

Not subject or susceptible to change.
im·muta·bili·ty, im·muta·ble·ness n.
im·muta·bly adv.

Irregardless of his technological achievements, man must face up to his very beginnings.
Man was, after all, created. He was created with purpose and placed upon this earth to be
tested. As the earth he dwells upon, he too is temporary.

Try as he may, he must own up to his actions and behavior. For there is a God ever watching
and taking account of what he does. No matter man’s temporal achievements he will never surpass
God’s laws. The laws of God are immutable.

Yet sadly man chooses to “deny”. So he lives his life in rebellion. Fight as he may, he can only dwell within the very laws he wants to deny. God originated his beginning and his end. He will die, be raised and questioned. How he chooses to live this life will decide his eternal fate. The choice is his. The choice is ours.