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Sophia_sweety
02-04-2009, 13:45


Allaahoe a3lem

Sawt-El-7eda
02-04-2009, 17:17
weet je het niet? iemand anders dan ??

Sophia_sweety
02-04-2009, 21:48
kun je het zeggen:d

Sophia_sweety
06-04-2009, 15:28
Wat zei het volk van Mousa alaeyhi salaam toen hij hen had gezegt om te gaan strijden? tip: koranvers

Sawt-El-7eda
23-04-2009, 22:10


kun je het zeggen:d Ja zal ik em plaatse?

LaghGirl
23-04-2009, 22:40
weet je het niet? iemand anders dan ?? dies echt moeilijk

Sawt-El-7eda
23-04-2009, 22:42
Ja ik weet het :p

ja3dar
24-04-2009, 00:01
vertel antwoord wil weten :o

LaghGirl
24-04-2009, 00:03
ga je t nog vertellen?

Sawt-El-7eda
24-04-2009, 00:06
Sorry datk zo laat reageer ik had em al geplaatst in "Hadith van de Dag" een mooie hadith :o op het gezag van Abu Said: The Prophet mentioned a man from the people of the past. and told his story saying: “Allah had given him wealth and children. When his death approached, he said to his sons, “What kind of father have I been to you?” They replied, “You have been a good father.” He told them that he had not presented any good deed before Allah, and if Allah should get hold of him He would punish him.’ “So look!” he added, “When I die, burn me, and when I turn into coal, crush me, and when there comes a windy day, scatter my ashes in the wind.” The Prophet added, “Then by Allah, he took a firm promise from his children to do so, and they did so. (They burnt him after his death) and threw his ashes on a windy day. Then Allah commanded to his ashes. “Be,” and behold! He became a man standing! Allah said, “O My slave! What made you do what you did?” He replied, “For fear of You.” Nothing saved him then but Allah’s Mercy (So Allah forgave him).” Narrations of this hadith: This hadith was related by al-Bukhari in six different places and by Muslim in two. It was also related by al-Nasai and Ibn Majah [May Allah be pleased with them all].

Sawt-El-7eda
24-04-2009, 00:06
als je iets niet begrijpt vertaalk wel :p

ja3dar
24-04-2009, 00:21
even lezen :o :haha:

ja3dar
24-04-2009, 00:22


als je iets niet begrijpt vertaalk wel :p Rafak:o

Sawt-El-7eda
24-04-2009, 00:25
vertaling aub :o haha begrijp geen marokkaanse want ben niet marokkaan :p

ja3dar
24-04-2009, 00:25
Sorry datk zo laat reageer ik had em al geplaatst in "Hadith van de Dag" een mooie hadith :o op het gezag van Abu Said: The Prophet mentioned a man from the people of the past. and told his story saying: “Allah had given him wealth and children. When his death approached, he said to his sons, “What kind of father have I been to you?” They replied, “You have been a good father.” He told them that he had not presented any good deed before Allah, and if Allah should get hold of him He would punish him.’ “So look!” he added, “When I die, burn me, and when I turn into coal, crush me, and when there comes a windy day, scatter my ashes in the wind.” The Prophet added, “Then by Allah, he took a firm promise from his children to do so, and they did so. (They burnt him after his death) and threw his ashes on a windy day. Then Allah commanded to his ashes. “Be,” and behold! He became a man standing! Allah said, “O My slave! What made you do what you did?” He replied, “For fear of You.” Nothing saved him then but Allah’s Mercy (So Allah forgave him).” Narrations of this hadith: This hadith was related by al-Bukhari in six different places and by Muslim in two. It was also related by al-Nasai and Ibn Majah [May Allah be pleased with them all]. Macha;allah echt prachtig :o


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