Sunday, May 29, 2011

All Your Sins Are...... Forgiven

Do you believe that?... Do you want to be pure and clean with no sins at all as the day you were born? There is away... read the following

When someone converts to Islam, God forgives all of his previous sins and evil deeds.
A man called Amr came to the Prophet Muhammad and said, “Give me your right hand so that I may give you my pledge of loyalty.” The Prophet stretched out his right hand. Amr withdrew his hand. The Prophet said: {What has happened to you, O Amr?} He replied, “I intend to lay down a condition.” The Prophet asked: {What condition do you intend to put forward?} Amr said, “That God forgive my sins.” The Prophet said: {Didn’t you know that converting to Islam erases all previous sins?} (Saheeh Muslim)

After converting to Islam, the person will be rewarded for his or her good and bad deeds according to the following saying of the Prophet Muhammad :
{Your Lord, Who is blessed and exalted, is most merciful. If someone intends to do a good deed but does not do it, a good deed will be recorded for him. And if he does do it, (a reward of) ten to seven hundred or many more times (the reward of the good deed), will be recorded for him. And if someone intends to do a bad deed but does not do it, a good deed will be recorded for him. And if he does do it, a bad deed will be recorded against him or God will wipe it out.} (Saheeh Muslim)

A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Amazing, Educational and Fun for Kids

I was searching the internet for some educational website that is interesting and useful at the same time... I found this amazing website and it is full of learning games and tools that is educational and fun.

Let your kids visit it and have fun ^_^ Click on here or on the image above to go to

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Sharepoint 2010 Developer Training Kit

Microsoft is offering a cool and very useful Training Kit for Sharepoint developers. If you are going to upgrade to Sharepoint 2010 and you want to know more about it and discover its new features this kit is for you ^_^. Just go to this link and click on the download button and it will be downloaded on your pc.

Click here to get the Sharepoint 2010 Developer Training Kit

Monday, May 02, 2011

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Islam FAQs - Part 2

Do we believe that Allah created the heavens and earth in 6 days?
Yes, but He did not rest on the seventh day, because He did not get tired. Allah is perfect He does not get tired, nor does He sleep, eat, go to the bathroom, feel pain, or die for that matter.

Can we see Allah?
Allah is not like the sun. Anyone can see the Sun. But Allah is the most beautiful. Nothing is as beautiful as Allah. Actually looking at Allah is the greatest pleasure of the people in Pradise. This pleasure Allah does not give anyone but the believers. So no one will see Allah before he dies.

Does Allah see us?
Allah sees us, and knows everything about us. He knows us better than we know ourselves. There is not a leaf on a tree that blows away, or stays in its place except that He knows it. There is not a dry spot, nor a wet spot, nor a grain in the depths of the earth except that Allah knows it.

Do we have free will?
Yes, of course. Allah does not punish us for something we did not do on our own. But at the same time, our will is not inspire of Allah's will. We cannot do anything if Allah will not allow it. In other words nothing goes on in Allah's kingdom without His will.

Did Allah create Evil?
evil is the result disobedience to Allah's religious laws which is the willful sin of the man and jinn; everybody obeys natural laws whether they will it or not.
Thus Allah created the creatures who do evil, and knew that they would do evil, and he allows it to happen in His creation, and in this sense only He is the creator of evil in the meaning that He creates everything. Allah is all good and everything he does is good, and even this evil that exists has some good in it in that from the presence of evil he brings forth good, and He will judge all with perfect justice and reward those that do good and punish those that do evil and do not repent for that evil.