Assalaamu Alaikum Ya Hidayans:
Alhamdulillah...the forum is back...even though I do not see any changes, but that doesn't mean no improvements have been made during the upgrade/modification of the website.
I just want to say to Brother Talal and Brother Khawja Hassan that may Allah bless you both and reward you for putting so much effort in keeping this website running for the benefit of all participants and readers.
InshaAllaah there will be a post soon on just what was done, as well as what lies ahead for HidayaOnline.com
BarakAllaahu feekum for your patience.on July 24, 2006 3:43 AM
Very happy that this educative site is back online. Jazakallah khair to the webmasters, and all the contributers (Except the spammers).
I am a relative new visitor to this site, 2 months old at most.
I can recall, that I cried a lot on my first day at school, and my mum sat in the head mistress's office, within my view, but the moment, my mother left, I felt all alone and bad. True even children are attached to their parents esp. mothers a lot, and this bond lasts life long.
I sincerely hope, that all parents give their children good islamic education, in their initial years, preferably allow their children to do Hifz of Quran completely, and also teach good manners, by being a good example. This way, i hope neither mother nor the child should feel bad.
One very important thing is the dua of parents for their children and the dua of the children for their parents when they become old which is " Rabbir Hamhumma kama rabba yani saghira".
"I just want to say to Brother Talal and Brother Khawja Hassan that may Allah bless you both and reward you for putting so much effort in keeping this website running for the benefit of all participants and readers."
I don't do any work per se, but you can never have too much du'a.on July 24, 2006 4:43 PM
"A mother is an educator from the day her child is born until the day she dies. Conversing with her child during her pregnancy until guiding him or her through adolescence a mother is the sole pillar that stays constant. Regardless of what career path she chooses for herself she will always be an educator....Little do they know that throughout history the one occupation that has produced the greatest reward, along with requiring the most human effort in order to produce the best possible outcome is being a mother."
If only all our muslim sisters can see, understand, and accept this reality...especially those in the West...then from the wombs of these ladies will come a generations of muslims that will move mountains and split seas...and do all lofty endeavors that humans are capable off according to the Will of Allah.
Unfortunately, it aint gonna happen in my life time...doesn't look like it...so I guess, I can keep hoping...insha'Allah-ur-Rahman
Great article Ukhti Bint Saeed....may Allah bless you and count you among those who will have no fear on the day of judgement...Ameen
Ma'Assalaamaon July 24, 2006 9:57 PM
I can already see the improvement on Hidayaonline, masha'Allah.
NO SPAM MAN!
Alhamdulillah....nice job Br. Talal...
Nice to see Hidaya is back. Now everyone take some time and take advantage of the many debt and loan consolidation opportunities here at Hidaya.
Only I can create spam now.on July 25, 2006 2:35 PM
Salaam Br. Faisal:
Ever since your marriage/nikah, you are a changed man...Alhamdulillah...
You dont get angry any more...always have positive view of things....and you even crack jokes...I think this version of you is a keeper...
Now we need to get Br. Hassan the same dose as you did...I think that will do wonders for him...hehehehehe
on July 25, 2006 7:58 PM