Published February 14, 2006
by Obscure Press .
Written in English
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I have visited 35 Muslim countries during my life as a travel writer and photographer, and congratulate this accurate article on Muslim courtesies and customs. My new book, with chapters on Yemen, Morocco, Pakistan, Iraq and other countries is an account of my personal experiences as a freelance photojournalist when only one of a thousand and. Islamic Etiquette & The Shaking of Hands. By Rukhsana Khan. The hardest thing in the world for me is to rebuff a genuinely friendly gesture. It is doubly hard when the gesture is a basic greeting in another culture and a taboo in my own. It is no secret that I am Muslim and as a Muslim I do my best to adhere to the principles of Islam. 15) There is no greater deed than to Learn and Teach Islamic Knowledge. Should never be ashamed of asking any Islamic Question. 16) Should always treat every one with great respect and manners. 17) Children should not call their parents with their names and a . who follow his guidance and etiquette. O Allah guide us to follow them in words and actions until we die. This is a brief book on 'The Manners of Islam' in which I collected selected texts on the manners of Islam. The Hadiths cited in this book are either authentic (Sahih) or good (Hasan).
Muslim dietary practise is fundamentally about obeying God. All practising Muslim believers obey God Almighty by eating the allowed foods (halal) and avoiding the forbidden foods (haram) which are mentioned in the Qur’an and in the sayings of the final prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). The following are a list of Muslim dietary practises. Islam connects it to a righteous intention, supplications (adhkaar) and proper conduct which lift it up to the level of worship for which the Muslim will be rewarded. The Sunnah of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) explains this. Imaam Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy on him) says in his book Zaad al-Maaad. When Prophet Muhammad (a) declared himself to be the Messenger of Allah, the people of Arabia were leading a very miserable life. They were rough and ignorant people who were not conversant with the decorum of a civilized society. So much so that they did not care even to seek permission before entering another's house and did not wish each other when they met. They considered themselves to be. The Islamic religion views death as a transition to another state of existence called the afterlife. Where you go in the afterlife depends on how well you followed Islamic religious codes during your life. Muslims, practitioners of the Islamic faith, believe that if you lived a good life, you will go to Paradise after you die.
Islamic teachings put great emphasis in how we deal with people in our daily lives. The prophet (S.A.W.S.) summed up his message by stating: “I have been sent to perfect the best of manners”. As Muslims, we, therefore, have to be aware of how each one of us deals with people in our circles. Our. I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that by the time a Muslim kid hits puberty, he’s shaken more hands than most non-Muslims have in their entire career. Add in all those jumu’ahs and Eids (handshake + hugs!) and you’ve probably got quite a bit of handshakes under your belt already. Being Muslim: A Practical Guide is a new book written to help Muslims of all backgrounds learn and practice their faith. Being Muslim is a compilation of essential concepts and timeless wisdom compiled from over 20 reliable authorities in Islam, bringing all of these components together in one convenient, easily readable s: The Importance of Learning Proper Table Manners - To learn even more about etiquette click here: SHOP THE VI.