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إن الترجمة حين يتولى أمرها من ليس أهلا لها، فإنها تجر في أذيالها آثارا سلبية لا تخطئها العين المبصرة. ونحن هنا بصدد ذكر أمثلة على ما تحدثه الترجمة المتعجلة السيئة من آثار سلبية على أساليب الكتابة العربية، وشيوع ألفاظ في اللغة ليست من طبيعتها، وذلك مما يرد كثيرا في الصحافة العربية والإذاعتين المسموعة والمرئية. من ذلك مثلا: أولا: إضافة أكثر من مضاف إلى مضاف إليه واحد. كالقول: " احتدام واشتداد القتال ". والصواب في ذلك: " احتدام القتال واشتداده "، وهذا يعني إضافة مضاف واحد إلى المضاف إليه، وإضافة المضاف الآخر إلى ضمير يعود على المضاف إليه الأول.
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محمد حسن يوسف
30-12-2010
3084 زائر
As Salaamu 'Alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatahu, to proceed: Congratulations on being granted the great success of repenting to Allah and returning to Him, for indeed this is truly a great blessing, a great gift that few are given, and a lot are prohibited from. I ask Allaah that He allows all of us return to Him in repentance and dependence. My noble brother, the well known contemporary term ‘Iltizaam’ [adherence to/ practice of the Sunnah> is not known from the Book of Allaah, the Sunnah, or the statements of the Salaf. This is why instead of using it, I will use the legislated term [i.e. guidance> which is more suitable as well as having a better meaning.
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TASNIM
13-06-2010
3259 زائر
The Intellect and safeguarding it by flogging the perpetrator who drinks alcoholic beverages, as it consequently diminishes the faculty of reasoning, comprehension and judgement. 4) Safeguarding one’s wealth [and upholding the right of ownership>, and it is for this reason that the chopping off of the hands has been Islamically legislated for crime of theft so that it may be not be committed. 5) Respecting the honour and dignity of individuals. Lashing the slanderer for wrongful accusations or for slandering a chaste person [of illicit sexual intercourse> was therefore Islamically legislated so that it can be used as a safeguard against such actions.
المزيد
TASNIM
19-02-2010
2769 زائر
The evil of Shaytaan is limited to six categories, he continues [to assault> mankind until he succeeds in one or more of them: 1) The evil of polytheism and disbelief; 2) Then innovations; 3) Next are the major sins; 4) Then the minor sins; 5) Subsequently, busying people with practicing Mubahaat [1> instead of practicing good deeds [that one is rewarded for>; 6) Next is busying them with practicing deeds which are good instead of deeds which are better. The reasons that safeguard a servant from the Shaytaan are ten:
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MRS.TASNIM
19-12-2009
2854 زائر
If you want to benefit from the Quraan, then gather your heart when you read and listen to it, pay close attention, and be [mentally] present as one would be if he were in the presence of the One who spoke it (ِِAllaah) Subhaanahu while he is speaking it (the Quraan), from Him [Allaah] to the slave. For indeed it is a speech from Him to you through the tongue of His messenger.
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MRS .TASNIM
16-11-2009
6978 زائر
Four Principles for a Noble Character Shaykhul Islaam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah “It is not imagined that one can have noble character except if it is founded upon four pillars: The First: Sabr (Patience) The Second: 'Iffah (Chastity) The Third: Shujaa'ah (Courage) The Fourth: Adl (Justice)
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MRS.TASNIM
01-11-2009
3093 زائر
The Second: Actions which are void of sincerity to Allah, and void of exemplification of the Sunnah. (Note: These two conditions constitute the act being accepted by Allah i.e. Ikhlaas and Ittiba`a)
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Mrs.rahaf
24-09-2009
2791 زائر
Every year Muslims from all over the world and from all ethnic and economic backgrounds begin fasting from sunrise to sunset every day during a most blessed month in the Islamic tradition, known as Ramadan. But what makes Ramadan a blessed month? Why do Muslims fast during this month? What are the spiritual benefits of fasting? All these questions and more are addressed in this article that introduces you to a month long spiritual journey that over 1.4 billion Muslims engage in worldwide
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TASNIM
27-08-2009
2792 زائر
(صلى الله عليه و سلم) in calling the disbelievers to Islaam was that he would order them to bear witness that “none has the right to be worshiped except Allaah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allaah”. So if they responded to this then he would call them to the rest of the regulations of Islaam, in accordance to their due importance and that which the circumstances necessitated.
المزيد
TASNIM
15-08-2009
3210 زائر
According to many scholars in this field, the term Da'wah (call to Islam) applies to conveying the message of Islam to non-Muslims and inviting them to Allaah. Non-practicing and lost Muslims need to be reeducated and motivated to become better Muslims; they already know Allaah Almighty and have been given the concept of Tawheed (monotheism).
المزيد
TASNIM
31-07-2009
3402 زائر
While all the messengers appointed by Allaah were charged by Him with the responsibility to disseminate the revealed guidance with which they were entrusted, their respective nations too, were called upon to share in the fulfilment of Allaah’s orders
المزيد
TASNIM
25-07-2009
2782 زائر
The Five Pillars of Islam are core beliefs that shape Muslim thought, deed, and society. A Muslim who fulfills the Five Pillars of Islam, remains in the faith of Islam, and sincerely repents of his sins, will make it to Jannah (paradise). If he performs the Five Pillars but does not remain in the faith, he will not be saved.
المزيد
تسنيم
18-07-2009
2887 زائر
The most fundamental belief that a Muslim has is that "There is only One God," the Creator, the Sustainer -- known in the Arabic language and by Muslims as Allah. Allah is not a foreign god, nor an idol. Arabic-speaking Christians use the same word for the Almighty. God's Nature
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تسنيم
15-07-2009
2779 زائر
The name Muhammad means "Praiseworthy" and occurs four times in the Qur'an.[20] The Qur'an addresses Muhammad in the second person not by his name but by the appellations prophet, messenger, servant of God (‘abd), announcer (bashir), warner (nathir), reminder (mudhakkir), witness (shahid), bearer of good tidings (mubashshir), one who calls [unto God] (dā‘ī) and the light-giving lamp (siraj munir). Muhammad is sometimes addressed by designations deriving from his state at the time of the address: thus he is referred to as the
المزيد
Othman Khalil
24-05-2009
2830 زائر
ليس كل ما يضاف في الموقع يعبر بالضرورة عن رأي إدارة موقع الشريعة وأي عملية سرقة لمواد الموقع تعرض صاحبها للمسائلة أمام دوائر الرقابة والنشر ويحق للموقع رفع دعوى قضائية أمام المحاكم
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