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Kano Forum / Re: This is what a recent visitor to Kano said...
« on: January 12, 2003, 04:43:11 AM »
I strongly agree with u :).cuz i  was at kano last week and i spent a couple of days,u cant believe the kinna fun i had there ,and i cant wait to go back.i mean when u want hospitality ,go to kano.

« on: November 30, 2002, 08:04:39 AM »
       In the second paragraph the word"clia" was a mistake ,its suppose to be 'claim'.      

« on: November 30, 2002, 08:00:20 AM »
Allah Most High says :
   Be conscious of Allah,through whom you clia(your mutual rights),and of the ties of relationship.(al-Nisa 4:1)
    Would you then,if put in authority, do mischief on earth and brek your ties of relationship?Such are the people whom Allah has cursed;He has made them deaf and blinded their vision(Muhammad 47:22-23)

      Allah's messenger (SAW) said: "one who breaks ties of family relationships will not enter the Garden"(Bukhari and Muslim).
         This tradition applies to those rich people who abandon their poor or weak relatives due to pride in their wealth or status,not treating them with kindness nor helpig them in their need,unless they (the former) repent toward ALLAH and mend their behavior toward them(their less fortunate kin).

       The ProphetSAW) said:

        "If someone has poor relative and instead of spending on them he gives charity to others, his charity will not be accepted by ALLAH, and ALLAH will not look at him on the day of resurrection.However ,if he himself is poor, he should keep ties with them by visiting and keeping informed of their situation".

      "Keep ties with your relatives even if it is (only) by greeting them."

       So,you see brothers and sisters in Islam it is absolutely necessary to keep ties with our relatives ,we should at least try to visit them(of course not everybody) even if its once every one or two weeks.As for those of us that are very far from our relatives we could keep in touch by phone or email(dyme 'n' fulanicious take note  :))

« on: December 02, 2002, 06:33:29 AM »

             Brothers and sisters in Islam, as I stated earlier on their should be respect for the female counterparts on the other hand.I also agree that women have their own rights and should'nt be regarded as a property(slaves).
                 I am very sorry if anyone is upset but I did'nt mean to upset anybody.Once again SORRY if any one is upset.


« on: December 01, 2002, 03:06:06 AM »
Allah Most High says:
   And as for those women on whose part you fear bad-conduct,(first)advice them,and (then) banish them to seperate beds;and(finally) beat them (lightly).Then if they obey you, do not seek a way against them.Indeed ,Allah Most is High ,Most Great.(al-Nisa 4:34)

      <Banish them to seperate beds>means ,according to Ibn 'Abbas,the husband's  turning his back on her and not speaking to her .Shu'bi and Mujahid said that it means not to sleep with her in the same bed.

       <Beat them>means to beat the wife lightly withought causing pain or hurt.Allah Most High reminds the husband that if the wife returns to him in obidience, he should not continue to be angry with her, inventing new excuses.

      Abu Hurairah(RAA) reported Allah's Messenger(SAW) as saying:<If a man calls his wife to his bed and she refuses, and he spends the night angry, the angels curse her unti the morning>(Bukhari and Muslim).In another veeersion, he said:<By him in wose Hand is my soul, if a womam who has been called to her husband's bed refuses, the one wo is in Heaven is displeased with her until her husband is pleased with her .>(Bukhari and Muslim)

        Jabir bin ' Abdullah reported the Messenger as saying :<There are three (types of) persons whosse prayers are not accepted and whose good deeds are not raised up to Heaven: a run away slave,until he returns to his master and puts his hand in his:a woman whose husband is angry with her, until he becomes  pleased with her:and a drunk, until he becomes sober.>(Ibn Habban and Baihaqi)

        Allahs Messenger said:
                    <The first question which will be asked of a woman on the Day of Resurrection concerns her prayer and her husband.>(Anu Shaikh in Thawab al-A'mal)

          <It is not permissible for a woman who believes in Allah and the Last day to fast(apart from the fasting of Ramadan) while her husband is present except by his permission,or to allow someone in the house withought his permission.>(Bukhari)

           'Abdullah ibn 'Umar(RAA) reported  Allah's Messenger(SAW) as saying:<Allah does not look at a woman who is not grateful to her husband, as long as she is not independent of him.>

         The Prophet(SAW) also said: <When a woman goes out of her husband's house (withought his permission), the angels curse her until she returns or repents.>

        So you see dear sisters in Islam respecting ones husband is like building a house on a strong foundation,while dis-respecting ones husband is the other way round.But the male couterparts on the other hand should not take this as an advantage and ill-treat their wives.Good cordial relationship between the two parties i think will result in  a  peaceful co-existence, a marriage full of happiness and Allah's blessings(Insha-Allah),as well as a good breeding ground for children.

Guestbook & Feedback / BRAVO!
« on: October 21, 2002, 12:44:27 AM »
You people have done a job ,welldone!we are highly impressed with this development.we ,atleast now have something to call ours,something that that shows we are also in touch with science and technology.Alhamdulillah!May ALLAH continue to help you ,us, Kano State,and Nigeria as a whole.

General Board / Re: Katsina Forum
« on: December 28, 2002, 01:33:09 AM »
Thats a brother indeed. The real sence of kn and kt brotherhood is a reality. SO Ummita, non of the crap you mentioned could be compared to katsina, reconsider. And all the other peeps better make it work. idan ba rashin mutunci za ku nuna mana ba. we have alot too.

General Board / Re: our world...conflicts, conspiracies...
« on: January 20, 2003, 04:49:52 AM »
Ibrahim,you see the problem is we are also as fed up as you are,but what can we do?And I think their main problem is Islam.My brother what they are actually after is the down fall of Islam not world peace;i'm afraid they are only a devil in disguise.
  We have brought ourselves so low that these people do whatever they want to us and go free,however the problem is not from us ,we met things like this and i'm afraid there is nothing we can do about it.We just hope and pray for Allah's intervention,but as for know the so-called terrorist Osama bin Laden is our only source of inspiration though this battle is way too much for him to fight alone,Ibrahim the power these people have is more than you can imagine!
        As the famous saying goes"one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter".
       May Allah continue to guide and protect us all.

General Board / Re: KanoOnliners Reception / Get together . . .
« on: August 16, 2003, 04:43:19 PM »
 i would like to use this opportunity to again congratulate the 3 DWARFS ;) for a job well done and also not forgetting fulaniciuos for organising the poetry contest,well done.
 It was really nice cuz i got to meet some ppl i only knew online and also met some i have not seen 4 a very long time ,gaskiya it was very nice, kuma some of us da ba su samu zuwa ba Allah ya ba su ikon zuwa na gaba(Ameen).Amma dai kanawa sun ji kunya zazzagawan sun debe komi ,i only nhope next time yan bauchi za su kwashe komi ,ko da yake dan bauchi ya dauki daya ;)

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