Friday, December 26, 2008

Hijrah of Hearts: The Greatest Kind of Hijrah

By Sheikh Salih ibn Fawzan Al-Fawzan

February 6, 2005

Praise be to Allah Who has ordained the hijrah (migration) of hearts and the hijrah of bodies on His servants and has made these two kinds of migration everlasting throughout the ages. We Muslims should follow the example of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) by modeling ourselves after his guidance and course of life and following in his footsteps in terms of talking and behaving. Allah Almighty has ordered us to do this, saying, [Verily in the messenger of Allah ye have a good example for him who looketh unto Allah and the last Day, and remembereth Allah much] (Al-Ahzab 33:21).

By the beginning of the month of Muharram, people start talking much about the Prophet's Hijrah in sermons, lectures, and the mass media. Such speeches are mostly mere stories by which people pass the time; and in a few days, the matter is neglected and forgotten without affecting people's souls or being regarded as a model to follow in manners and behavior. Rather, it has become an annual custom that people speak of without understanding or acting according to the meaning of hijrah.

Linguistically speaking, the word hijrah in Arabic indicates separating oneself from others bodily, spiritually, or in speech. Legally speaking, it means departing from disbelieving countries, evil people, or evil deeds and dispraised practices. The hijrah in this sense is among the traditions of Ibrahim (peace and blessings be upon him) who said, [Lo! I am going unto my Lord Who will guide me] (As-Saffat 37:99). The verse refers to Ibrahim's emigration from the country of disbelievers, seeking faith. Some of his offspring accompanied him to Ash-Sham, where Al-Aqsa Mosque is located in Palestine, and then, accompanied by some others of his offspring, he moved to Al-Hijaz, where the Sacred Mosque is situated in Makkah. This is stated in the invocation mentioned in the verse that reads [Our Lord! Lo! I have settled some of my posterity in an uncultivable valley near unto Thy holy House] (Ibrahim 14:37).

Hijrah was also established by Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) as he twice ordered his Companions to immigrate to Abyssinia to preserve their faith when the disbelievers in Makkah began torturing them severely. The Prophet, however, remained in Makkah calling people to Allah, in spite of the great harm he received. Then Allah Almighty permitted him to immigrate to Madinah. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) allowed his Companions to go to Madinah, and, accordingly, they began emigrating, leaving their homes and properties, seeking the bounties and satisfaction of Allah, and helping Allah's cause and His Messenger. Allah praised those Muhajirun (immigrants to Madinah) and promised them great reward. That is why Hijrah is mentioned in the Qur’an associated with jihad. Further, the Muhajirun became the best of the Prophet's Companions, as they sacrificed everything one may cherish; namely home, property, family, and relatives, in order to preserve their faith and to please Allah.

Emigration has become an established fact that will not cease until Judgment Day, as stated in the hadith that reads “Hijrah will not end until repentance ends, and repentance will not end until the sun rises in the west (that is immediately before the Judgment Day).” Hence, whoever cannot declare his religion in a particular place must move to another place where he can freely declare his faith. Moreover, Allah Almighty has threatened whoever can emigrate for the above-mentioned reason and does not: [Lo! As for those whom the angels take (in death) while they wrong themselves, (the angels) will ask: In what were ye engaged? They will say: We were oppressed in the land. (The angels) will say: Was not Allah's earth spacious that ye could have migrated therein? As for such, their habitation will be hell, an evil journey's end; Except the feeble among men, and the women, and the children, who are unable to devise a plan and are not shown a way. As for such, it may be that Allah will pardon them. Allah is ever Clement, Forgiving] (An-Nisaa’ 4:97–99).

This is, in fact, a strongly worded threat to whoever neglects emigration, when needed, without a legal excuse. Allah’s earth is spacious, and without doubt, there are many good places where one may practice one’s religion freely. In accordance with this meaning, Allah Almighty says, [Whoso migrateth for the cause of Allah will find much refuge and abundance in the earth] (An-Nisaa’ 4:100). Furthermore, Allah compensates those who emigrate for the properties left behind. The Almighty says, [To those who leave their homes in the cause of Allah, after suffering oppression, we will assuredly give a goodly home in this world; but truly the reward of the Hereafter will be greater; if they only realized (this)!] (An-Nahl: 41–42).

Among the different kinds of hijrah is the abandonment of wrongdoings such as acts of disbelief, polytheism, hypocrisy, and other evil deeds and bad morals. Addressing Prophet Muhammad, Allah Almighty says, [And idols, shun] (Al-Muddaththir 74:5). Avoiding idols, as stated in the verse, also implies denouncing them as well as the people who glorify them. Besides, the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) tells us that a Muslim is the one who avoids harming Muslims with his tongue and hands, and an emigrant is the one who abandons all what Allah has forbidden. The hadith indicates that one should forsake any deed, rule, word, food, or anything Allah Almighty has prohibited, as well as forbidden gaze and forbidden hearing. All such matters should be forsaken completely.

Another kind of hijrah is to desert wrongdoers such as disbelievers, hypocrites, immoral people, and the like, as Allah Almighty says, [And bear patiently what they say and avoid them with a becoming avoidance] (Al-Muzzammil 73:10). Here, Allah orders His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) to be patient with those foolish persons who belie him among his people, and to forsake them without blaming them.

The highest form of hijrah is the hijrah of the hearts to Allah through worshiping Him sincerely in secret and in public. In this form of hijrah, the true believer should not intend anything with his words and deeds except gaining Allah's pleasure and should not love except Allah and whoever is loved by Allah. Similarly, hijrah to Allah's Messenger can be fulfilled by following him and giving priority to obeying his orders over anybody else's.

To conclude, discussing hijrah cannot be fulfilled by just narrating the stories and incidents of the Prophet’s Hijrah, nor by holding ceremonies and then, all of a sudden, everything ends, leaving no trace in the soul or effect on the behavior. Unfortunately, many of those who talk about hijrah every new year do not know its meaning or act according its objectives. They may even act in contrast with such meanings and objectives; and thus talking about hijrah becomes mere words, which are of no avail.

* A member of The Saudi Counsel of Senior Scholars, the Permanent Committee for Islamic Research and Fatwas and the Fiqh Academy in Makkah affiliated to the Muslim World League.

Hijrah Heroes

Hijrah Heroes

Asma’ bint Abi Bakr: The One with Two Waistbelts*

By Abdul Wahid Hamid

February 6, 2005

Asma’ bint Abi Bakr belonged to a distinguished Muslim family. Her father, Abu Bakr, was a close friend of the Prophet and the first caliph after his death. Her half-sister `A'ishah was a wife of the Prophet and one of the Mother of the Believers. Her husband, Az-Zubayr ibn Al-`Awwam, was one of the special personal aides of the Prophet. Her son `Abdullah became well known for his incorruptibility and his unswerving devotion to Truth.

Asma’ herself was one of the first persons to accept Islam. Only about seventeen persons including both men and women became Muslims before her. She was later given the nickname Dhat An-Nitaqayn (the One with Two Waistbelts) because of an incident connected with the departure of the Prophet and her father from Makkah on the historic Hijrah to Madinah.

Asma’ was one of the few persons who knew of the Prophet's plan to leave for Madinah. The utmost secrecy had to be maintained because of the Quraysh’s plans to murder the Prophet. On the night of their departure, Asma’ prepared a bag of food and a water container for their journey. Not finding anything to tie the containers with, she decided to use her waistbelt (nitaq) but followed her father’s suggestion to tear it into two. The Prophet commended her action and from then on she became known as the One with the Two Waistbelts.

When it came her turn to emigrate from Makkah, soon after the departure of the Prophet, Asma’ was pregnant. She did not let her pregnancy or the prospect of a long and arduous journey deter her from leaving. As soon as she reached Quba’ on the outskirts of Madinah, she gave birth to a son, `Abdullah. The Muslims shouted “Allahu Akbar” (Allah is the Greatest) and “La ilaha illa Allah” (There is no god but Allah) in happiness and thanksgiving because this was the first child to be born to the Muhajirun in Madinah.

* Excerpted and edited from

Hijrah Heroes

Hijrah Heroes

Ja`far ibn Abi Talib: The Active Immigrant*

February 06, 2005

In spite of his noble standing among the Quraysh, Abu Talib, an uncle of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), was quite poor. He had a large family and did not have enough means to support them adequately. His poverty-stricken situation became much worse when a severe drought hit the Arabian Peninsula. The drought destroyed vegetation and livestock and, it is said, people were driven to eat bones in the struggle for survival.

It was during this time of drought and before his call to prophethood, that Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said to his uncle Al-`Abbas, “Your brother Abu Talib has a large family. People, as you see, have been afflicted by this hardship. Let us go to Abu Talib and ease his burden by taking over responsibility for some of his sons. I will take one of his sons and you can take another and we will look after them.”

The suggestion was welcomed by Al-`Abbas, and together they went to Abu Talib and said to him, “We want to ease some of the burden of your family until such time as this distressing period has gone.” Abu Talib agreed.

“If you allow me to keep `Aqeel (one of his sons older than `Ali), then you may do whatever you like,” he said.

Accordingly, Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) took `Ali into his household and Al-`Abbas took Ja`far into his. Ja`far had a very close resemblance to the Prophet. It is said there were five men from the Hashim clan who resembled the Prophet so much, they were often mistaken for him. They were Abu Sufyan ibn Al-Harith and Qutham ibn Al-`Abbas, his cousins; As-Sa’ib ibn `Ubayd, the grandfather of Imam Ash-Shafi`i; Al-Hasan ibn `Ali, the grandson of the Prophet, who resembled him most of all; and Ja`far ibn Abi Talib.

Ja`far stayed with his uncle Al-`Abbas until he was a young man. Then he married Asma’ bint `Umays, a half sister of Maymunah who was later to become a wife of the Prophet. After his marriage, Ja`far went to live on his own. He and his wife were among the first persons to accept Islam. He became a Muslim at the hands of Abu Bakr As-Siddiq (may Allah be pleased with him).

The young Ja`far and his wife were devoted followers of Islam. They bore the harsh treatment and the persecution of the Quraysh with patience and steadfastness because they both realized that the road to Paradise was strewn with thorns and paved with pain and hardship.

The Quraysh made life intolerable for them both and for their brethren in faith. They tried to obstruct them from performing the duties and rites of Islam. They prevented them from tasting the full sweetness of worship undisturbed. The Quraysh waylaid them at every turn and severely restricted their freedom of movement.

Ja`far eventually went to the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) and sought permission for himself and a small group of the Companions, including his wife, to make hijrah to the land of Abyssinia. The Prophet gave his permission,
though it was so painful, indeed, to see these pure and righteous souls forced to leave their homes and the familiar and cherished scenes and memories of their childhood and youth, not for any crime but only because they said “Our Lord is One. Allah is our Lord.”

The group of emigrants left Makkah bound for the land of Abyssinia. Leading them was Ja`far ibn Abi Talib. Soon they settled down in this new land under the care and protection of the Negus, the just and righteous ruler of Abyssinia. For the first time since they had become Muslims, they savored the taste of freedom and security and enjoyed the sweetness of worship undisturbed.

When the Quraysh learned of the departure of the small group of Muslims and the peaceful life they enjoyed under the protection of the Negus, they made plans to secure their extradition and return to the great prison that was Makkah. They sent two of their most formidable men, `Amr ibn Al-`Aas and `Abdullah ibn Abi Rabi`ah, to accomplish this task and loaded them with valuable and sought after presents for the Negus and his bishops.

In Abyssinia, the two Quraysh emissaries first presented their gifts to the bishops and said to each of them, “There are some wicked young people moving about freely in the king’s land. They have attacked the religion of their forefathers and caused disunity among their people. When we speak to the king about them, advise him to surrender them to us without his asking them about their religion. The respected leaders of their own people are more aware of them and know better what they believe.”

The bishops agreed.

`Amr and `Abdullah then went to the Negus himself and presented him with gifts, which he greatly admired. They said to him, “O King, there is a group of evil persons from among our youth who have escaped to your kingdom. They practice a religion which neither we nor you know. They have forsaken our religion and have not entered into your religion. The respected leaders of their people—from among their own parents and uncles and from their own clans—have sent us to you to request you to return them. They know best what trouble they have caused.”

The Negus looked towards his bishops, who said, “They speak the truth, O King. Their own people know them better and are better acquainted with what they have done. Send them back so that they themselves might judge them.”

The Negus was quite angry with this suggestion and said, “No, by God, I won’t surrender them to anyone until I myself call them and question them about what they have been accused. If what these two men have said is true, then I will hand them over to you. If, however, it is not so, then I shall protect them so long as they desire to remain under my protection.”

The Negus then summoned the Muslims to meet him. Before going, they consulted with one another as a group and agreed that Ja`far ibn Abi Talib and no one else should speak on their behalf.

In the court of the Negus, the bishops, dressed in green surplices and impressive headgear, were seated on his right and on his left. The Qurayshi emissaries were also seated when the Muslims entered and took their seats.

The Negus turned to them and asked, “What is this religion which you have introduced for yourself and which has served to cut you off from the religion of your people? You also did not enter my religion nor the religion of any other community.”

Ja`far ibn Abi Talib then advanced and made a speech that was moving and eloquent and which is still one of the most compelling descriptions of Islam, the appeal of the noble Prophet, and the condition of Makkan society at the time. He said, “O King, we were a people in a state of ignorance and immorality, worshiping idols and eating the flesh of dead animals, committing all sorts of abomination and shameful deeds, breaking the ties of kinship, treating guests badly, and the strong among us exploited the weak. We remained in this state until Allah sent us a Prophet, one of our own people whose lineage, truthfulness, trustworthiness and integrity were well-known to us. He called us to worship Allah alone and to renounce the stones and the idols which we and our ancestors used to worship besides Allah.

“He commanded us to speak the truth, to honor our promises, to be kind to our relations, to be helpful to our neighbors, to cease all forbidden acts, to abstain from bloodshed, to avoid obscenities and false witness, not to appropriate an orphan’s property nor slander chaste women.

“He ordered us to worship Allah alone and not to associate anything with Him, to uphold salah (Prayer), to give zakah (obligatory alms) and fast in the month of Ramadan.

“We believed in him and what he brought to us from Allah and we follow him in what he has asked us to do and we keep away from what he forbade us from doing.

“Thereupon, O King, our people attacked us, visited the severest punishment on us to make us renounce our religion and take us back to the old immorality and the worship of idols.

“They oppressed us, made life intolerable for us, and obstructed us from observing our religion. So we left for your country, choosing you before anyone else, desiring your protection and hoping to live in justice and in peace in your midst.”

The Negus was impressed and was eager to hear more. He asked Ja`far, “Do you have with you something of what your Prophet brought concerning God?”

“Yes,” replied Ja`far.

“Then read it to me,” requested the Negus. Ja`far, in his rich, melodious voice recited for him the first portion of Surat Maryam, which deals with the story of Jesus and his mother Mary.

On hearing the words of the Qur’an, the Negus was moved to tears. To the Muslims, he said, “The message of your Prophet and that of Jesus came from the same source.”

To `Amr and his companion, he said, “Go! For, by God, I will never surrender them to you.”

That, however, was not the end of the matter. `Amr made up his mind to go to the king the following day, as he himself told “to mention something about the Muslims’ belief which will certainly fill his heart with anger and make him detest them.” On the morrow, `Amr went to the Negus and said, “O King, these people to whom you have given refuge and whom you protect say something terrible about Jesus the son of Mary. Send for them and ask them what they say about him.”

The Negus summoned the Muslims once more and Ja`far acted as their spokesman. The Negus put the question, “What do you say about Jesus, the son of Mary?”

“Regarding him, we only say what has been revealed to our Prophet,” replied Ja`far.

“And what is that?” enquired the Negus.

“Our prophet says that Jesus is the servant of Allah and His prophet. He is a spirit from Allah, and a word cast forth to Mary the Virgin by Him Almighty.”

The Negus was obviously excited by this reply and exclaimed, “By God, Jesus the son of Mary was exactly as your prophet has described him.”

The bishops around the Negus grunted in disgust at what they had heard and were reprimanded by the Negus. He turned to the Muslims and said, “Go, for you are safe and secure. Whoever obstructs you will pay for it and whoever opposes you will be punished. For, by God, I would rather not have a mountain of gold than that anyone of you should come to any harm.”

Turning to `Amr and his companion, he instructed his attendants, “Return their gifts to these two men. I have no need of them.”

`Amr and his companion left broken and frustrated. The Muslims stayed on in the land of the Negus, who proved to be most generous and kind to his guests.

Ja`far and his wife Asma’ spent about 10 years in Abyssinia, which became a second home for them. There Asma’ gave birth to three children whom they named `Abdullah, Muhammad and `Awn. Their second child was possibly the first child in the history of the Muslim Ummah to be given the name Muhammad after the noble Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).

In AH 7 Ja`far and his family left Abyssinia with a group of Muslims and headed for Madinah. When they arrived the Prophet was just returning from the successful conquest of Khaybar. He was so overjoyed at meeting Ja`far that he said, “I do not know what fills me with more happiness, the conquest of Khaybar or the coming of Ja`far.”

The Muslims and especially the poor among them were just as happy with the return of Ja`far as the Prophet was. Ja`far quickly became known as a person who was much concerned for the welfare of the poor and indigent. For this he was nicknamed the Father of the Poor. Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) said, “The best of men towards us indigent folk was Ja`far ibn Abi Talib. He would pass by us on his way home and give us whatever food he had. Even if his own food had run out, he would send us a pot in which he had placed some butterfat and nothing more. We would open it and lick it clean.”

Hence, after long and painful years of parting, the eyes of Ja`far finally saw the features of the beloved Prophet’s face, and he eventually reunited with his fellow Muslims in their new community of Madinah to undertake a new episode of struggle and to strive in the noble cause of Allah.

* Excerpted and edited from

Real Also:

* `Umar ibn Al-Khattab: Migration of a Brave Heart
* Abu Bakr As-Siddiq: Man for All Ages
* Umm Salamah: Mother of Believers
* Abu Yahya, Suhaib ibn Sinan
* Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari: A Lifetime Warrior
* Abu `Ubaydah ibn Al-Jarrah: A Real Man You Can Trust!
* Al-Bara’ ibn Malik Al-Ansari: Allah & Paradise
* Mus`ab ibn `Umayr… Matchless Ambassador
* Salman Al-Farisi: The Seeker of Truth
* She of the Two Belts: A Mainstay of Hijrah
* Hijrah: Reshaping Women's Role in Society? (Live Dialogue)

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Apa Bayi Buat Dalam Perut?

Sebenarnya ada dua soalan, apa bayi buat dalam perut dan apa korang buat dalam dunia ni...Untuk mengetahui apa yang bayi buat dalam perut, kita tanya seorang ibu (kononnya) yang di beri izin oleh Allah untuk bercakap dengan bayinya….


Ibu: Apa khabar kau?

Bayi: Khabar baik aku.

Ibu: Apa kau buat kat dalam tu?

Bayi:Aku duk pusing2 sambil makan2.

Ibu: Ada apa kat dalam?

Bayi: Tak nampak apa2, gelap tapi nyaman, tidak sejuk dan panas, sambil makan2. Aku selesa di

Ibu: Apa kau makan kat dalam tu?

Bayi:Makanan yang dihantar melalui tali pusat.

Ibu: Oh..Itu darah haid…agaknya.

Bayi: Apa itu darah haid.?

Ibu:.. kalau ibu cakap pun kau bukannya paham..

Bayi: Cakap je lah..

Ibu: Perempuan kalau tidak beranak keluar darah haid, tapi bila dah mengandung darah haid dah
takde, Allah tukar jadi makanan bayi ..ibu rasalah…agaknya.

Bayi: Tak faham aku..

Ibu: Kang ibu dah cakap….

Bayi: Tapi aku tak sedap hatilah, aku makin hari makin sukar bergerak, ada benda2 tak berguna keluar dari badan aku dan menganggu aku.

Ibu: Patutlah kau duduk terajang-terajang, rupa2nya kau tak bebas bergerak..Itu adalah tangan dan kaki kau, kau tak perlukan kat dalam tu tapi bila kau keluar kau sangat2 perlukan tangan dan kaki kau tu..

Bayi: Ah taknaklah saya, baik saya gunakan zat tu untuk besarkan tali pusat. Boleh makan banyak sikit.

Ibu: Jangan begitu anakku, bila kau lahir nanti takkan ade doctor boleh cipta kaki untuk kau, kau akan cacat selama-lamanya…kau tak boleh naik basikal

Bayi: Basikal tu apa?

Ibu:Itu adalah salah satu nikmat dunia, bila sampai masa nanti kau akan kena keluar dari perut mak, kau akan menagis terkejut…

Bayi: Baiklah mak…tapi saya tak takut kerana tuhan dah bagitau bila saya keluar nanti ada malaikat jaga saya.

Ibu: Malaikat?, Siapa nama malaikt tu…?

Bayi:Tuhan kata panggilah dia: BONDA.

Sekarang korang ikuti temubual aku bersama makhluk ‘engkau’…

Aku: Apa khabar kau?

Engkau: Khabar baik aku.

Aku: Apa kau buat kat dunia ni?

Engkau:Aku duk pusing2 sambil cari makan..

Aku: Apa yang kau makan?

Engkau:yang halal. Macam2 ada: nasi ayam, nasi itik. Nasi goreng kampong…

Aku: Oh..Itu makanan dari tanah.Akhirat nanti makan dari khazanah Allah..

Engkau:: Apa itu khazanah Allah..

Aku:.. kalau aku cakap pun kau bukanya paham..

Engkau:: Cakap je lah..

Aku: Khazanah Allah ,makan dlm shurga kau niat je terus muncul, macam magik ler...

Engkau:: Tak faham aku..

Aku: Kang aku dah cakap….

Engkau: Tapi aku tak sedap hatilah ramai pendaqwah ganggu aku, mintak aku bagi masa dengar ceramah, tak bebas aku dibuatnya…

Aku: Patutlah kau lari2, rupa2nya kau rasa tak bebas bergerak. Diorang tu mintak masa supaya akhirat nanti kau tak rugi…bila kau tak solat, akhirat nanti takde kepala, kau tau?

Engkau:: ye ke ni,,,Ah taknaklah aku, baik aku gunakan masa tu untuk besarkan pernigaan aku. Boleh makan banyak sikit.

Aku: Janganlah begitu engkau…, bila kau dah jadi mayat nanti takkan ade org boleh tolong kau dalam kubur, padang mahshar, titi sirat…tak dapat shafaat nabi.

Engkau:: Shafaat tu ape?

Aku: Itu adalah salah satu nikmat akhirat, Nabi bagi kat org yg ikut sunnah dia...bila sampai masa nanti kau akan akan jadi mayat, baru kau tau...kau akan menangis terkejut…

Engkau: ah..mulalah nak dakwah aku tu.... aku sibuklah nak baca blog engkau ni baik aku pergi besar kan ‘tali pusat’ aku….
Sign out….

Disini solat, puasa, haji memang tak nampak manfaat, tapi korang akan dapat manfaatnya disana, akhirat yang kekal abadi…macam bayi, dalam rahim tangan, kaki, mana ada manfaat, bila dah beranak kalau cacat, cacat selama-lamanya, tali pusat yang paling sedap dalam perut mak kita jika bagi kat korang sekarang, muntah bueekkk, korang…tapi manusia hari ini sibuk besarkan ‘tali pusat’ hingga lupa pada perintah Allah…nauzubillah…

Ps: Hari2 dalam surat khabar cerita pasal mayat bayi dan mayat bapak budak ditemui di sana-sini….mayat kita juga akan di jumpai seseorang…

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Kecantikan lelaki dan kegagahan wanita

Kecantikan lelaki dan kegagahan wanita

Kecantikan seorang lelaki bukan kepada rupa fizikal tetapi pada murni rohani. Lelaki yang cantik,adalah:-
1) Lelaki yang mampu mengalirkan airmata untuk ingatan
2) Lelaki yang sedia menerima segala teguran
3) Lelaki yang memberi madu,setelah menerima racun
4) Lelaki yang tenang dan lapang dada
5) Lelaki yang baik sangka
6) Lelaki yang tak pernah putus asa
Kecantikan lelaki berdiri di atas kemuliaan hati. Seluruh kecantikan yang ada pada Nabi Muhammad adalah kecantikan yang sempurna seorang lelaki.

Kegagahan seorang wanita bukan kepada pejal otot badan,tetapi pada kekuatan perasaan. Perempuan yang gagah,adalah:-
1) Perempuan yang tahan menerima sebuah kehilangan
2) Perempuan yang tidak takut pada kemiskinan
3) Perempuan yang tabah menanggung kerinduan setelah ditinggalkan
4) Perempuan yang tidak meminta-minta agar di penuhi segala keinginan.

Kegagahan perempuan berdiri di atas teguh iman. Seluruh kegagahan yang ada pada Khadijah adalah kegagahan sempurna bagi seorang perempuan.

Sabda Rasulullah SAW :"Sebarkanlah ajaranku walaupun satu ayat "


"Ya Allah kami berlindung dengan Mu dari perbuatan syirik terhadap Mu sedang kami menyedari, dan kami berlindung dengan Mu dari perbuatan syirik terhadap Mu yang tidak kami sedari..."
Sahabat-sahabat, saudara saudari yang dikasihi kerana Allah, semoga kita tidak terlibat di dalam meraikan sambutan hari Natal samada mengirim kad2 atau membeli hiasan2, mengucapkan selamat serta turut serta dengan kaum kafeer dalam perayaan syirik mereka.kerana ini akan merosakkan kalimah syahadah. Ketahuilah wahai saudara saudariku, perayaan hari natal ialah perayaan sempena mensyirikkan Allah . Sila rujuk Surah maryam ayat 88.