Archive for September, 2007

Famous people converted to Islam

Posted in Extra Knowledge, Islamic news on September 29, 2007 by Muslimah

Famous people that converted from Christianity to ISLAM:  


a basket ball player which was known as Lew and now as Kareem Abdul-jaber
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A famous American boxer converted to Islam and now is known as Mohmmed Ali

An American Jazz musician, was named Arthur and now Abdullah Ibn Buhaina

An American comedian and TV star known as Dave Chappelle           

Jamaican Musician, Jimmy Cliff

American preacher and now is known as Yusuf Estes

Knud Holmboe a Danish journalist

A Famous British boxer, Chris Eubank  

Peter Murphy who was a rock group singer

A british musician known as Richard Thopson

Malcom X an American boxer. His wife Betty shabazz also a convert.

The famous Sheikh Hamza Yusuf Hanson. An American Islamic Scholar.

From NO religion at all, to ISLAM:

Cat Stevens, English singer. Now known as Yusuf Islam      

An American rapper and actor known as Mos Def    

Bizzy Bone an American rapper   

O’Shea Jackson also known as Ice Cube. An American rapper, actor and film producer

The famous Larry Johnson. A retired prof. NBA player 

An American rapper known as MC Ren
There’s much more famous people that converted to Islam “Subhan Allah”.




Posted in Islamic Cards on September 25, 2007 by Muslimah

Ask for forgivness in RAMADAN

Posted in Qura'an & Hadeeth on September 25, 2007 by Muslimah


“Be quick in the race for forgiveness from your Lord and for a garden whose width is that (of the whole) of the heavens and of the earth prepared for the Muttaqeen [people of Taqwa]. Those who spend (freely) whether in prosperity or in adversity; who restrain anger and pardon (all) men; for Allah loves those who do good. And those who having done something to be ashamed of or wronged their own souls earnestly bring Allah to mind and ask for forgiveness for their sins and who can forgive sins except Allah? And are never obstinate in persisting knowingly in (the wrong) they have done. For such the reward is forgiveness from their Lord and gardens with rivers flowing underneath an eternal dwelling; how excellent a recompense for those who work (and strive)!”. [Aali `Imraan, 3:133-136]

RaMaDan Kareem

Posted in Islamic Cards on September 25, 2007 by Muslimah

In the name of Allah, the most Merciful, the most Kind

Posted in Islamic Poems on September 21, 2007 by Muslimah

A blessed month is casting its shadow upon us
A night of this month is better than a thousand months
Bear with patience for the sake of Ar-Rahman
It’s a continuous training to strengthen our Imaan.

Glory be to Allah who sent Ramadan as a mercy to mankind
Its a purification of our soul, our heart, and our mind
With the most sincere devotion and love we fast
To be cleansed and free from sins of the past

Glorified is He, who choseth this holy month,
To test our sabr and fill our hearts with warmth
Of his Divine Light, His blessings shall glow,
The Seer of the unseen, all He does know

Ya Allah! For thee, let my breath be more pleasant than musk
Ya Allah! For thee, let me be thankful when day turns to dusk
My thoughts and heart are purified, my eyes truly see…
This blessed month, the month of spiritual rhapsody!

Ya Allah! For thee, my life I shall live!
Ya Allah! For thee, my soul I shall give!
In the name of Allah, the most Merciful, the most Kind,
Praise be to Allah, who sent Ramadan as a gift to mankind.

Bye Bye Shaytan.. :)

Posted in *My Thoughts* on September 12, 2007 by Muslimah

Happy Ramadan

Posted in Extra Knowledge on September 12, 2007 by Muslimah


“Ramadhan is the (month) in which was sent down the Qur’an, as a guide to mankind, also clear (Signs) for guidance and judgment (Between right and wrong). So every one of you who is present (at his home) during that month should spend it in fasting, but if any one is ill, or on a journey, the prescribed period (Should be made up) by days later. God intends every facility for you; He does not want to put to difficulties. (He wants you) to complete the prescribed period, and to glorify Him in that He has guided you; and perchance ye shall be grateful.” ( Surah Al-Baqarah: 185)

 Ramadan is a special month of the year for over one billion Muslims throughout the world. It is a time for inner reflection, devotion to God, and self-control. Muslims think of it as a kind of tune-up for their spiritual lives. There are as many meanings of Ramadan as there are Muslims.


The third “pillar” or religious obligation of Islam (submission in English), fasting has many special benefits. Among these, the most important is that it is a means of learning self-control. Due to the lack of preoccupation with the satisfaction of bodily appetites during the daylight hours of fasting, a measure of ascendancy is given to one’s spiritual nature, which becomes a means of coming closer to God. Ramadan is also a time of intensive worship, reading of the Quran, giving charity, purifying one’s behavior, and doing good deeds. For Muslims (Submitters), Ramadan is  an opportunity to gain by giving up, to prosper by going without and to grow stronger by enduring weakness.

As a secondary goal, fasting is a way of experiencing hunger and developing sympathy for the less fortunate, and learning to thankfulness and appreciation for all of God’s bounties. Fasting is also beneficial to the health and provides a break in the cycle of rigid habits or overindulgence.