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Etiquettes of Arguing in Islam

I found this article really interesting and thought someone on here might find it useful if not interesting too:

Islam has imposed high standards for how the Muslim who follows the methodology of the Prophetic Sunnah (tradition) should deal with his brother who has differed with him on an issue of 'Ijtihaad' (exercise of independent judgment in matters that have no specific mention in the Quran or Sunnah).

How outstanding is the statement of the Messenger of Allaah  [sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention )]  :"Indeed I have been sent to perfect noble manners." [Reported by Al-Bukhaari in Al-Adabul-Mufrad]

From these manners are:

What is Emotional Detachment?


1. This is an inability to connect with others in a deep and meaningful way.

2. Thus, although the person may be physically present, they are not emotionally present in the relationship.

3. In fact, sometimes the person will dissociate, or experience emotional numbing.

4. Emotional detachment makes it hard for the individual to empathize with others, to share their own feelings (which they may be unaware of), or to appear emotionally engaged in a conversation or relationship.

5. Often the person will intellectually analyze situations, but they will not be able to identify, understand or share any feelings.

Great One liners

1) Give Allah what’s right, not what’s left.

2) Man’s way leads to a hopeless end Allah’s way leads to an endless hope.

3) A lot of kneeling will keep you in good standing.

4) He who kneels before Allah can stand before anyone.

5) In the sentence of life, the devil may be a comma, but never let him be the full stop.

6) Don’t put a question mark where Allah puts a full stop.

7) Are you wrinkled with burden? Come to the mosque for a face lift.

The Religion in the Math

So apparently theres a simple, mathematical way of figuring out whose religious and whose not. It worked for me, so maybe it will for you too.

Heres the problem:

If a cricketball and a bat cost £110, and the bat costs £100 more than the ball, how much does the ball cost?

I'll reveal the answer once everyons had a chance to reply. First answer is final, no going back and changing it.