It was narrated from Ibn ‘Umar that the Prophet (pbuh) said “When anyone of you dies, he is shown his place morning and evening. If he is one of the people of Paradise, then he will be shown his seat in Paradise, and if he is one of the people of Hell, then he will be shown his seat in Hell. And it is said: ‘This is your place until you are raised on the Day of Resurrection.'”
“The marriage of ugly girls, who otherwise would have gone without a partner, is made possible by offering (a) heavy amount of dowry.”
Supporters of dowry think it provides this important advantage, says the author who penned the words above. And believe it or not, the page that contains them was photocopied and distributed to undergraduates at a top Bengaluru college.
Over the years, hashtags have become a very popular trend on social media especially on twitter, instagram and also on facebook. Though people use it to flaunt a “cool” factor but in reality, the idea of hashtags actually began to highlight an important cause or an event demanding immediate attention.
What is a hashtag?
A hashtag is a written phrase that is preceeded by the symbol # and which is not followed by any space, punctuation mark or any kind of special character. The interesting part of hashtag lies in its eye-catchy themes.
A hashtag is a unique way of supporting a cause, taking a pledge or taking a stand for a right cause or creating a trend. People use the keywords of the theme with a hashtag. If one enters the theme on a search engine- in one go, it shows a list of people who’ve used it.
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Ibn Abbas narrated that the Prophet said about a man who had sexual intercourse with his wife while she is menstruating: “He should give half a Dinar in charity.” (Da’if)
It was narrated from ‘Abdullah bin ‘Abbas that The Messenger of Allah [SAW] used to teach them this supplication as he would teach them a Surah of the Qur’an: “Say: ‘Allahumma, inni na’uwdhu bika min ‘adhabi jahannama, wa a’udhu bika min ‘adhabil-qabri, wa a’udhu bika min fitnatil-masihid-dajjali, wa a’udhu bika min fitnatil-mahya wal-mamat (O Allah, we seek refuge with You from the torment of Hell, and I seek refuge with You from the torment of the grave, and I seek refuge with You from the tribulation of Al-Masihid-Dajjal, and I seek refuge with You from the trials of life and death.)'” (Sahih)