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    The Prophet (SAW) said, “Allah is generous and gracious, and he loves the generous, gracious people, and He loves the ones who strive to better their state of affairs and He hates useless and time-wasting speech and actions.” (At-Tabarani)

    The Prophet (SAW) said during part of a longer narration, " .... and we set out and came to something like a kiln narrow at the top and wide at the bottom, there came from it sounds and voices. he said, "We looked inside, and there were naked men and women and there would rise up fire from beneath them and when it reached them, they Screamed, and I said, "Who are these (people) O Jibreel?", He said, "These are the fornicators".

    The Prophet (SAW) said, “On the day of Judgement, there are three groups of people whom Allah will not speak to, nor make them flourish, nor will He look at them, and for them is a painful torment: an old man who commits fornication, a king who is a liar, and a poor people who are arrogant” (Muslim)

    The Prophet (SAW) said, “When the fornicator is committing fornication, he is not a believer.”
    (Bukharee and Muslim)
    And he (SWT) said, “If a slave of Allah commits fornication, his faith leaves him through his head and when he turns away from her, his faith returns again.” (Abo Dawood)

    The Prophet (SAW) said: “Worshipping Allaah during the time of commotion and disorder is like making a Hijrah to me (in reward).” (Muslim).

    The Prophet (SAW) said, “Supplication benefits in things that have happened and things that have not yet happened.” (Tirmidthi)

    "I put my trust in Allah, my Lord and your Lord! There is not a moving creature, but He has a grasp of its forelock. Verily, my Lord is on the straight path. (The truth)"

    Narrated Abu Huraira : Allah's Apostle said, "Horses may be used for three purposes: For a man they may be a source of reward (in the Hereafter); for another, a means of protection; and for another, a source of sin. The man for whom they are a source of reward, is the one who keeps them for Allah's Cause and ties them with long ropes and lets them graze in a pasture or garden. Whatever those long ropes allow them to eat of that pasture or garden, will be written as good deeds for him and if they break their ropes and run one or two rounds, then all their footsteps and dung will be written as good deeds for him, and if they pass a river and drink from it though he has had no intention of watering them, even then, that will be written as good deeds for him. So such horses are a source of reward for that man. For the man who keeps horses for his livelihood in order not to ask others for help or beg his bread, and at the same time he does not forget Allah's right of what he earns through them and of their backs (that he presents it to be used in Allah's Cause), such horses are a shelter for him (from poverty). For the man who keeps them just out of pride and for showing off, they are a source of sin." Then Allah's Apostle was asked about donkeys. He said, "Allah has not revealed anything to me regarding them except this comprehensive Verse: "Then anyone who has done good, equal to the weight of an atom (or a small ant) shall see it, and any one who has done evil, equal to the weight of an atom (or a small ant) shall see it." (99.7-8)

    [Sahih al-Bukhari, Volume 9, Book 92, Number 454]


      Second narration should be made "legal" in UAE and Saudi Arabia.

      “na maiN momin vich masiitaaN, na maiN muusaa, na fir'aun!”
      Ain't new ta this....HOMEINVASION('93)