30 March, 2015

La-taliyaha Madaxweynha ee Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga Mudane Axmed Carwo wuxuu Tacsi u dirayaa Golaha Wakiilada Somaliland......

Geerida Marxuum Xildhibaan Prof. Mohamed Barkhad Miigane.


La-taliyaha Madaxweynha ee Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga Mudane Axmed Carwo wuxuu Tacsi u dirayaa Golaha Wakiilada Somaliland ,Shacabka Somaliland Gaar ahaana qoyskii iyo eheladii ,isagoo ka tacsiyadaynaya Geeridii Naxadinta Lahayd ee ku timi Marxuum Xildhibaan Prof. Mohamed Barkhad Miigane,oo maanta 30/03/2015 ku geeriyooday magaalada Boorama,marxuumkan oo ka mid ahaa mudanayaasha aqalka wakilada ee Awdal laga soo doortay.
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Marxuumku wuxuu ahaa Xildhibaan Qaali ah oo waxbadan kasoo qaybqaatay dhismaha Wadankan & Haykalka dawladnimo, sidoo kale wuxuu ahaa Professor & Bare-sare oo kasoo qayb-qaatay Waxbarashada Jaamacada Somaliland.
Ubadka, Tafiirtii Ehelka, Qaraabada, Asxaabtiisii, Ardaydiisii iyo Golaha Wakiilada & dhamaan Shacabka Somalilandba gaar ahaan degaankiisa Awdal, Ilaahay Illaahay ha waafajiyo Samir & duco, Marxuumkana Illaahay ha huwiyo naxariistiisa hana ku abaal mariyo Jannatul Fardaws.  Aaamiiiin

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28 March, 2015

LA-TALIAYAHA MADAXWEYNHA EE DHAQAALAHA, GANACSIGA IYO MAALGASHIGA MUDANE AXMED CARWO OO TACSI U DIRAAYA REER YUUSUF DUCAALE


LA-TALIAYAHA MADAXWEYNHA EE DHAQAALAHA, GANACSIGA IYO MAALGASHIGA MUDANE AXMED CARWO OO TACSI U DIRAAYA REER YUUSUF DUCAALE


La-taliyaha Madaxweynha ee Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga Mudane Axmed Xasan Carwo, waxuu tacsi u dirayaa reer Yuusuf Ducaale isagoo ka tacsidaynaaya geerida ku timid DIIRIYE BOOBE YUUSUF DUCAALE. Waxuuna Alle uga baryayaa inuu marxuumka u naxariisto, dambigiisa dhaafo, qabriga u waasiciyo, ugana dhigo beer ka mid ah kuwa Janatul Fardaws.
Waxuuna si gaar ah ugu tacsideynayaa aabbo Boobe Yuusuf Ducaale, isagoo xusay damqashada geerida ku timid wiil aabihii noolyahay, oo ah mid La-taliyaha dhowaan soo martay. Waa se xaq oo qofna dhaafimaayo ayaantiisa, nin yaraan ku dhinta iyo nin gabow ku dhintaba.
Waxuu la-taliyahu ehel, waalid, walaal, hooyo iyo aabbo, ehel iyo asxaaba Alle uga baryayaa inuu waafajiyo Samir iyo duco.



Axmed Xasan Carwo
La-taliyaha Madaxweynha SL ee
Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga




27 March, 2015

Cardiff becomes only second UK council to recognise the Republic of Somaliland


Cardiff becomes only second UK council to recognise the Republic of Somaliland


20:53, 26 March 2015
By Ruth Mosalski

Cardiff council approved a motion to endorse recognition of Somaliland during a meeting at City Hall, following in the footsteps of Sheffield council

Members of the Somaliland community before the Cardiff council meeting



Cardiff has become the second local authority in the UK to recognise the Republic of Somaliland.

The council approved a motion to endorse recognition of Somaliland during a meeting at City Hall, following in the footsteps of Sheffield council.


While the motion did get cross-party support and passed with 45 votes in favour, members of the Independent group left the council chamber, saying they did not believe they had enough information to support it.

Members of the Somaliland community celebrated outside City Hall dancing and cheering after the vote was passed.

The motion, proposed by Labour councillor Lynda Thorne, called on the council to represent concerns of the city’s vast Somaliland community at Welsh and UK government and Commonwealth level.
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It said Somaliland communities have lived here since the 1850s and play a huge part in the life of the city.

“Many Somaliland citizens remain concerned about the international status of Somaliland and are asking the Cardiff Council in its civic role as the capital city of Wales and as part of its duties under the Equalities Act and as gesture of friendship to this Cardiff community to represent their concerns to the Commonwealth, UK and Welsh Governments.

Related: International community must recognise Somaliland, says Wales-based former refugee

“As such this Council resolves to endorse the recognition of the Republic of Somaliland, which has now operated peacefully with democratic elections for nearly 25 years as an independent republic.

“We respect the UN concept that recognition should start with the Regional Government body but notes that the African Union has for many years failed to act on its own report recommending recognition.

“We therefore call on the UK and Welsh Governments to recognise Somaliland as a sovereign state and in the meantime resolve to fully acknowledge the ties of friendship with Somaliland.”

Liberal Democrat councillor Judith Woodman offered her support.

Cardiff's Liberal Democrat leader Judith Woodman



She said: “I know the Somaliland community very well having worked with them for a number of years. I know how much they care for their community and want this motion to be passed.

“I will be supporting this motion today because I know the level of feeling of the majority of the Somaliland community.”

Labour councillor Ashley Govier also backed the motion. “I don’t profess to understand all the issues this country faces. I support this motion because I believe in peace, equality and fairness.”
City's Somaliland community welcomes vote

A statement from the Independent group read: “The Independent Group have decided to leave the Chamber when the motion is debated.

“The Group Leader wrote to the proposer and seconder of the motion asking for them to withdraw the motion, and produce a report which members could consider outlining all the issues. Unfortunately this was not accepted.

“We understand today that supporters of the Notice of Motion have an opportunity to speak to councillors from 3pm, but we haven’t been advised if the same courtesy has been extended to people who have concerns about the Motion.

“Members have received representations from a number of members of the Somali community in Cardiff with very differing views.

“This motion shouldn’t be on the order paper today as it is not in the council’s remit. A number of members will be raising this through the usual channel arrangements to discuss any future similar motions of the same vain.”

Spokesman Ali Abdi, Member of Wales Somaliland Recognition Taskforce, said the Somaliland community were delighted with the result. “Today’s vote means a huge lot to the Somaliland community in Cardiff and those living back in Somaliland.

“For over 100 years Somalilanders have contributed to Welsh Society and today’s endorsement by Cardiff council to recognise Somaliland will help our international efforts to convince other nations and councils to do as Cardiff Council has done today,”




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25 March, 2015

La-taliyaha Dhaqaalaha, Gancacsiga iyo Maalgashiga Mudane Axmed Xasan Carwo waxa uu tacsi u dirayaa, Ciidamada Qaranka Somaliland.



La-taliyaha Dhaqaalaha, Gancacsiga iyo Maalgashiga Mudane Axmed Xasan Carwo waxa uu tacsi u dirayaa, Saddexda Ciidan qaran gaar ahaan ciidanka Booliska,  oo uu ka tacsiyadaynaayo geerida ku timid ALLE ha u naxariistee taliyihii hore ee Ciidanka Booliska  Marxuum   Cilmi Rooble Furre (Cilmi kabaal) oo maanta 25/03/2015 ku geeriyooday Dalka Talyaaniga.

Sidoo kale waxuu  tacsi taa la mida u dirayaa, Madax-dhaqmeedka Awdal iyo Salal, Qoyskii, Eheladii, Qaraabadii, Asxaabtii iyo shacbiga Somaliland, ee uu ka baxay marxuumku.
Marxuumka oo markii u danbaysay ahaa Suldaan ka mida sulaadiinta Somaliland, waxuu safka hore kaga jiray nabadeyntii beelaha Somaliland iyo dhismaha qaranka Soomaliland, isagoo kaalin muuqata mar walba kaga jiray dhismaha dalka marxalad kasta ooynu soo marnay.  

waxaanu La-taliyahu marxuumka Alle uga baryayaa inuu naxariistii jannatu fardawsa ka waraabiyo, ciidamada kala duwan ee qaranka somaliland,  Qoyskii, Eheladii, Qaraabadii, Asxaabtii iyo shacbiga  Somaliland ee uu ka baxayna Samir iyo iimaan saadiqa ka siiyo.

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Waa Taxanihii Talo, Tilmaan, Tusaale iyo Toosin 16







Maanta laba mawduuc oo kookooban bal se muhiim ah ayaan idinla wadaagaya..horta waa mide waxaynu tabaynaa culumo ka hadashay amuuraha inagu xeeran iyo wax yaabaha dunida ka dhacaaya..waxaad moodaa inay ku hawlan yihiin xaal adduunyo iyo aragtiyo kooban oon dhaafsanayn qolqolka...Culumow miyeyna diintu inooga digin wax badan adduun jaceylka...ciddii naga waanin lahayd bal ka waran hadday iyagu inagaba jecel yihiiin...Waxa kow ka aha amuuraha ay ka seexdeen halista shiicada oo xawli weyn ku fideysa..xataa waxay tahay ayeynaan aqoon oo aqoon darrada ayey inoo soo raacda.. Culumow waajibka diiniga ah guta oo ummadda ka badbaadiya fidno leynoo soo waarido.



Tan labaad waa aqoonsiga aanu ka filayno Golaha Deegaanka Cardiff oo ah meel aan shakhsiyan magac iyo raadba aan ku leeyahay oon muddo toban sano ka badan Guddoomiyha Jaaliyadda ka haa. Hawshan oo muddo dheer noo socotay oo haddana guusheeda aanu berrito Insha Allah soo taaban doono, ha laga daayo xisbiyeynta oo dacaayadda aan dhaafno, itaal kasta ooy leedahay waa waxtar, mana aha mid iskakeyn hortaagaysa hiigsiga dhabta ah iyo ictiraaf caalami ah. Waa guul dhammaan Soomaliland u soo hoyotay. Waxtarka kiisa yar iyo kan weynba waa wax ina anfacaaya.

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Waa Soomali Shiicda qaadatay..

Haddaad Shiicada galeyso dib ayaa ashahaadada laguugu qabanayaa..maxaad se aad qiri doontaa...Waxaad odhan doontaa waxaan qirayaa in Abubake, Cumar, Cismaan, Caasha iyo Xafsa ay yihiin ehlu naar..subxaanallaa..Alow naga badbaadi fidnada Shiicada..

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24 March, 2015

US researchers are investigating ways to extract the gold and precious metals from human faeces

US researchers are investigating ways to extract the gold and precious metals from human faeces.
The group identified gold in waste from American sewage treatment plants at levels which if found in rock could be worth mining.
Details were outlined at the 249th national meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) in Denver.
Extracting metals from the waste could also help curb the release of toxic substances into the environment.
"The gold we found was at the level of a minimal mineral deposit," said co-author Dr Kathleen Smith, from the US Geological Survey (USGS).
In addition to gold and silver, human waste also contains amounts of rare earth metals such as palladium and vanadium.
"We're interested in collecting valuable metals that could be sold, including some of the more technologically important metals, such as vanadium and copper, that are in cell phones, computers and alloys," said Dr Smith.
The team estimates that seven million tonnes of solid waste come out of US wastewater facilities each year. About half of that is used as fertiliser on fields and in forests, while the other half is incinerated or sent to landfills.
The scientists are experimenting with some of the same chemicals, called leachates, which industrial mining operations use to pull metals out of rock.
While some of these leachates have a bad reputation for damaging ecosystems when they leak or spill into the environment, Smith says that in a controlled setting - they could safely be used to recover metals in treated solid waste.
In a previous study, another team of scientists calculated that the waste from one million Americans could contain as much as $13m (£8.6m) worth of metals.

21 March, 2015

Saudi Gazette | Why I Don’t Drink

Why I Don't Drink
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 18:27:36 AST
Saudi Gazette |
Amal Al-Sibai
Saudi Gazette


First and foremost, I don't drink because I am a Muslim, and Islam strictly prohibits drinking alcohol, and also selling, buying, making, transporting, or serving it.

Being a Muslim is my most important reason to completely avoid alcohol, but not the only reason.

There are plenty of non-Muslims too who don't drink because of the devastating effect that alcohol can have on their lives and the lives of those around them.

Drunk driving and the consequent loss of lives and property is a major problem plaguing some societies.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the US, in the year 2012, more than 10,000 people died in car accidents caused by driving under the influence of alcohol. Every 53 minutes, someone is killed in a drunk-driving crash. Every 90 seconds, someone is injured in an accident that involves drunk-driving. Alcohol impaired motor vehicle crashes in the US cost more than $37 billion annually. 

The Office of Road Safety for the Government of Western Australia published statistics stating that intoxicated drivers have a 4 times higher tendency to speed than sober drivers.

Consuming alcohol, prior to driving, increases the risk of being involved in a car accident. With a blood alcohol concentration of 0.05 per 100 ml of blood, the risk of being involved in a crash doubles. With a blood alcohol content of 0.08 you are 7 times more likely to crash, and with a blood alcohol content of 0.15, you are 25 times more likely to crash. 

Alcohol affects decision-making, reaction times, distance judgments, concentration, perception, balance, and alertness. It also gives a driver a false sense of confidence, which may encourage risk taking.
Alcohol is absorbed rapidly into the blood and travels to all parts of the body. It affects your brain's ability to make sound judgments and process information. It slurs your speech and impairs your consciousness and vision.

Drinking alcohol has a long list of deleterious effects on health. "Habitual drinking increases the risk of cancer," says Jurgen Rehm, PhD, chairman of the University of Toronto's department of addiction policy. Drinking alcohol increases the incidence of cancer of the mouth, pharynx (throat), larynx (voice box), esophagus, liver, breast, and colorectal region. 

Alcohol is toxic to liver cells, and many heavy drinkers develop cirrhosis, a sometimes-lethal condition in which the liver is so heavily scarred that it is unable to function.

The effects of alcohol on the brain are not merely temporary, they are long-lasting. The normal aging process causes a slow loss of brain function at a rate of 1.9% per decade. But heavy drinking speeds the shrinkage of key regions in the brain, resulting in memory loss and dementia. 

"Heavy drinking can lead to deficits in the ability to plan, make judgments, solve problems, and perform other aspects of the higher-order abilities that allow us to maximize our function as human beings," said James C. Garbutt, MD, professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina.

Studies are showing that heavy drinking leads to depression, and not the other way around.

Drinking alcohol raises blood pressure and causes eye problems and neurological complications.

Alcohol suppresses the immune system, making the victim of alcohol abuse more susceptible to contracting infections.

According to a report by Mayo Clinic, heavy drinking can result in inflammation of the stomach lining and can cause stomach and esophageal ulcers and can damage the pancreas. 

A strong correlation exists between alcohol and domestic violence. In a large study of women physically injured by their partners, 52% of the women reported that their partner consumed alcohol just before the assault. A 1994 study conducted by the US Department of Justice on cases of murder of a spouse found that more than half of the perpetrators had been drinking alcohol at the time of the incident. Children of a parent abusing alcohol are at a significantly higher risk of experiencing physical, sexual, or emotional abuse than children living in non-alcohol households.

The prohibition of alcohol in Islam is not a constricting life-style restriction; it is protection for the body, self, mind, psyche, and family unit.

Saudi Gazette | Finding composure in confusing times

Finding composure in confusing times
Fri, 07 Nov 2014 17:39:22 AST
Saudi Gazette |
Amal Al-Sibai
Saudi Gazette

If any militant group were to take up arms, harm and scare people, and kill innocent civilians, in the name of a religion, the image of that religion would be marred and tarnished. Even if a violent group clearly misunderstands the religion that they claim to follow, the general public will formulate a negative and incorrect judgment of that religion.

With the atrocities being committed in Iraq and Syria by a group who calls themselves the Islamic State, no doubt Islamophobia is on the rise. Their acts of violence are fueling hate towards Muslims, as is apparent in the statement made by a congressman in the United States, "Islam is a cancer in our nation that needs to be cut out."

In the midst of such confusion and insanity, it is time for Muslims to step up and explain to the world the truth about Islam, which calls for spreading peace and mercy, and uplifting human suffering. And, it is time for non-Muslims to look beyond the actions of the people who misrepresent Islam.

A respected and well-learned Muslim scholar who is the President of the Forum for Promoting Peace in Muslim Societies, Shaykh Abdallah Bin Bayyah, sends this message to ISIS: "This is addressed to the young men who bear arms against their own nations and destroy both country and countrymen. You have abandoned all values and made enemies of the world. We call on you to pause, reflect, and heed this counsel for the sake of all who want good for our community."

For the Muslims and also non-Muslims who allege that Islam encourages violence, they have overlooked the verse in the Holy Qur'an that criticizes men who exercise violence.

{When he is empowered, he sets out to do violence in the land, destroying crops and livestock. But God does not love violence.} (Chapter 2, verse 205)

"Have not crops and livestock, as well as the elderly and women and children, been destroyed? Is this not violence and corruption in the land, which God abhors?" asks Shaykh Bin Bayyah.

The leaders of militant groups often issue fatwas or religious edicts by taking Islamic statements out of context, misquoting certain sayings, misunderstanding, or lack of knowledge.

Shaykh Bin Bayyah said, "These fatwas have justified bloodshed while disregarding Islamic law's mandates of civil obedience, respect for life, and to refrain from divisiveness. This conflict has international implications and tarnishes the image of Islam worldwide. Some might even describe our faith as 'a religion of terrorism'."

"One cannot use genocide, murder, oppression, or vengeance to establish truth and justice," he said.

If any group, or individual, desires to establish Islam as a religion, going about killing people is not the right way.

It is prohibited to kill; God has declared the human soul as sacred. When you must fight back if your life is in immediate threat from a perpetrator, in order to protect your life, honor, or family, the ruling is different.
To go out and kill a journalist or a relief worker, that is clearly wrong.

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was sent as a mercy to all of creation. He said that a woman will be thrown into Hellfire because she trapped a cat and gave it no food or water, until it died. If deliberately torturing a cat is punishable by God, then what is the ruling for torturing fellow human beings?

As for forced conversion to Islam, Shaykh Bin Bayyah said, "Coerced conversion is invalid in Islam law. Islam has nothing to do with this, as the Qur'an states, {There is no compulsion in religion}". (Chapter 2, verse 256)

Islam mandates that Muslim rulers treat religious minorities well, to place them under protection. History shows that in Muslim ruled lands centuries ago, Jews, Christians, and Muslims were living side by side harmoniously. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the four Rightly Guided Caliphs never destroyed a church, synagogue, or temple.

Amidst the tribulations going on in the Muslim world and the defamatory remarks in the media targeting Islam and Muslims, we must sift through the false claims and see the true Islam.

"We cannot control if some group engages in heinous crimes and proclaims that they are Islamic. What we can control are our families, instilling love, faith, morals, and values in their midst. We can control our relationship with our neighbors. We can knock on our neighbor's door and invite them for tea and tell them what Islam is really about. We can control how we present ourselves, how we go out and serve our fellow human beings," said Imam Zaid Shakir.

How many Muslim doctors, engineers, teachers, stay-at-home moms, in the US, UK, Australia, and elsewhere have contributed to the development, safety, and advancement of the nations in which they reside? Has the international media mentioned these Muslims?

"We don't need more weapons, more bombs, and bullets. There is enough violence in the world. Use the weapon of prayer, of supplication, of having trust in Allah, the power of faith, devotional acts of worship, and service to humanity," he added.

For the energetic youth who dream of spreading Islam, here is how: pray to Allah, build mosques, become a doctor, heal the sick, build a hospital, be kind to people, take care of your parents, or serve the elderly in nursing homes. Enhance your education, you faith, and enhance your relationship with God and with those around you.

The best strategy in pushing back against some of the hatred and slander directed towards Muslims, and Islam, is to contribute something beautiful and positive to humanity.

19 March, 2015

Saudi Gazette | Zamzam full of minerals that give it healing quality

Zamzam full of minerals that give it healing quality
Fri, 29 Aug 2014 16:02:46 AST
Saudi Gazette |
ZAMZAM water has great significance in the Muslim World and Muslims drink the sacred water when they visit the Kingdom to perform pilgrimage while also taking back small quantities to their respective home countries to share with friends and family. 

Zamzam is unlike any other water as it contains many important minerals which give it a healing quality and its characteristic taste. Testimonies regarding the benefits of drinking Zamzam have been documented throughout Islamic history and proven by modern science, Al-Riyadh daily reported.

The Zamzam well is located in the most sacred place in the Islamic World: Makkah. According to historical resources, the Zamzam well was used 4,000 years ago to water crops. Makkah is connected to several underground tunnels leading to the Zamzam well, which is located 20 meters east of the Kaaba and is 40 meters deep.

In addition to it having a great amount of respect and reverence in the Muslim World, Zamzam water is also one of the great prides of the Kingdom. Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has placed great importance on the care and maintenance of Zamzam well to ensure that it is always available to pilgrims and visitors to the Grand Mosque. The government has also built state-of-the-art factories that produce millions of bottles containing Zamzam every year.

Zamzam water also has a prestigious reputation on the international scale as it has been certified for its health benefits. King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre in Riyadh tested samples of Zamzam water and the samples proved the water's purity and presence of valuable minerals. Zamzam water is distributed in 10-liter canisters and constant and frequent supervision and testing ensure that the water is healthy for the human body.

By using advanced technologies such as ICP-MS and ICP-OES, researchers have discovered that Zamzam water is rich in valuable minerals that promote optimal functioning of the body. Moreover, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) mentioned Zamzam water as a healing antidote.

The renowned jurist and theologian, Ibn Qayyim, noted that Zamzam water has such a healing quality to it that man can survive on it without feeling hungry. In an incident he narrated in his book, "Prophetic Medicine", Ibn Qayyim fell sick during one of his trips to Makkah. 

He searched for a doctor or medicine but found none. He ended up drinking Zamzam water and reading Surah Fatiha with every sip of Zamzam he took. He claimed the water healed his body and after this incident, Ibn Qayyim took Zamzam water as the go-to medicine in times of need.

Countless Zamzam water samples have been examined over the past 20 years. The presence of valuable minerals such as chromium, selenium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium has remained high and consistent over the years. Zamzam water is especially beneficial to those who suffer from calcium deficiency as it could provide them with 3 grams of calcium per day. — SG

Saudi Gazette | I’m Muslim and Don’t Pray. What Should I Do?

I'm Muslim and Don't Pray. What Should I Do?
Fri, 27 Feb 2015 16:51:23 AST
Saudi Gazette |
Umm Zakiyyah

I think most of us know how it feels to struggle in our faith. We know from personal experience the ups and downs in spirituality, so it comes as no surprise that a characteristic of emaan itself is that it increases and decreases. But the problem is, for many of us, our faith decreases more than it increases. Or more precisely, it keeps plummeting, and we feel powerless to stop it. For many of us, this problem has reached the point that our daily prayers are suffering. So we rarely pray with concentration, we rarely pray on time, and we often miss prayers.
Or we no longer pray at all.

What's the Solution?

Most likely, you'll hear a lot of conflicting advice on what to do if you're Muslim and no longer praying—some Muslims going as far as to tell you to not pray until you've worked on "more important things" first. But the reality is that, when it comes to one who has abandoned the prayer, there's nothing more crucial than reestablishing the prayer itself.

For Muslims who believe in the fundamentals of Islam, there's absolutely nothing to work on before praying again—except to start praying again.
Nevertheless, as you resume your prayers, you definitely must address what led you to abandon the prayer in the first place. This requires spending time in sincere du'aa through supplicating to Allah and asking Him to help you overcome this spiritual trial. It requires engaging in honest self-reflection such that you identify those aspects of your lifestyle (and mindset) that are pulling you away from Allah. It requires reacquainting yourself with the fundamentals of Tawheed (the Oneness of Allah). It requires reflecting on the magnificence and greatness of Allah and learning His beautiful names. It requires setting aside time—alone—to reinvigorate your heart with heartfelt dhikr (remembrance of Allah). It requires reading and reflecting on the Qur'an such that Allah's words become divine guidance with practical implications specific to your life. It requires educating (and reeducating) yourself about your purpose in life and the reality of your affair in the Hereafter.

Sometimes our spiritual crisis is a sign that we are in the wrong crowd. Regardless of the source of your spiritual crisis, if you've abandoned the prayer, then your first priority must be to reestablish it again.

What's the Point?

"I stopped praying because, I mean, what's the point?" someone said to me. "I wasn't getting anything out of it."

This was the first time that I realized that some Muslims see the benefit and purpose of prayer as rooted in human feeling.

"Have we strayed so far that we no longer believe in the Unseen?" I asked myself.

"Do we really imagine that we can determine spiritual reality based on human perception? And if you're Muslim, is it even possible to get absolutely nothing out of prayer?" I wondered.

The truth is this: If the only thing we gain from standing in prayer is that the angels have recorded that we stood in prayer, then that's something. And no matter how "pointless" you imagine those movements to be, they are quite monumental to Allah—even if you're not always focused or in a state of concentration during prayer.

Allah says, in the Holy Qur'an, {Never will I allow to be lost the [good] work of any among you} (Chapter 3, verse 195)
And what good work is more important than doing what is minimally required in worshiping your Creator?

Prayer Is the Point

All good deeds are not equal, and when it comes to our faith, the importance of prayer cannot be overemphasized. After declaring the Oneness of Allah and His sole right to worship, prayer is the single most important act of a Muslim. Prayer is not only the second pillar of the Islamic faith, it is also the second pillar of your faith.

In other words, unlike the vast majority of good deeds (i.e. wearing hijab, not drinking alcohol, or avoiding adultery and fornication) without prayer, you are treading the path to disbelief —leaving Allah's religion.

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, "Islam is built on five [pillars], testifying that nothing has the right to be worshipped except Allah alone and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, performing the [five daily] prayers, fasting in Ramadan, paying the zakaah, and making the pilgrimage to the House."

Just as a physical structure cannot stand without its foundational pillars, your Islamic faith cannot stand without the foundational pillar of prayer, salaah.

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, "What is between a person and committing shirk (associating partners with Allah) and kufr (disbelief) is abandoning the prayer."

He said further, "The first matter that the servant [of Allah] will be brought to account for on the Day of Judgment is the prayer. If it is sound, then the rest of his deeds will be sound. And if it is bad, then the rest of his deeds will be bad."

Thus, establishing prayer is the point.
Shouldn't I Work
On My Heart First?

A widespread—and spiritually destructive—myth amongst Muslims today is the idea that we should purify our hearts before reestablishing the prayer. Some Muslims go as far as to say that if our hearts are not filled with love of Allah, then we shouldn't pray until it is.

However, it is impossible to have a heart filled with love of Allah unless it first has emaan, true belief; and emaan cannot be established in the heart until we are fulfilling the duties of our religion, praying being the highest priority.

The spiritual state of the heart is not static. It is continuously changing. However, the prayer must be established regardless of these inevitable changes.

The most we can hope for as Muslims is that, through our submission and obedience to His commands, Allah will love us, forgive us, and have mercy on us—in this life and in the Hereafter. But the only way to attain this love is through fulfilling our religious obligations, the first of which is establishing the prayer.

In a famous Qudsi hadith, the Prophet (peace be upon him) said that Allah says, "My servant draws not near to Me with anything more loved by Me than the [obligatory] religious duties I have enjoined upon him, and My servant continues to draw near to Me with supererogatory works so that I shall love him…" (Bukhari).

Reciting dhikr, getting to know Allah, and learning about Allah and His beautiful names will assist us in removing the emptiness and hollowness we often feel in prayer (and at other times). However, prayer is a foundational pillar of your faith and should not be abandoned, even if you are struggling with your heart, as we all are.

Saudi Gazette | Kuwait govt planning to introduce corporate tax

Kuwait govt planning to introduce corporate tax
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 09:08:30 AST
Saudi Gazette | KUWAIT CITY — Kuwait has sought help from the International Mo netary Fund (IMF) to introduce corporate taxes in a bid to diversify revenue in the face of falling oil prices, a minister said on Monday.

"The IMF will prepare a preliminary report on how to impose taxes on companies in Kuwait," Commerce and Industry Minister Abdulmohsen Al-Mudej said after a meeting with IMF representatives, the KUNA news agency reported.

The two sides discussed ways of introducing corporate taxes for Kuwaiti and foreign companies after the recent introduction of a new corporate law, the minister said.

Kuwait currently imposes no taxes on local companies, Kuwaiti citizens and expatriates but it requires foreign firms to pay 15 percent tax on their profits.

The IMF has in the past advised Kuwait to subject local companies to corporate tax as part of a series of measures aimed at boosting non-oil revenues and cutting spending.

Kuwait has posted a budget surplus in each of the past 15 fiscal years due to high oil prices but has also increased public spending from under $13 billion (12.4 billion euros) to more than $77 billion this fiscal year, mostly on wages and subsidies.

Earlier this year, the emirate stopped diesel, kerosene and aviation fuel subsidies and the Finance Ministry is considering similar measures for petrol, electricity and water.

Oil income contributed around 94 percent of Kuwait's public revenues but the sharp drop in prices is expected to substantially reduce its income. — AFP

Saudi Gazette | No bargaining on Islamic rules: KSA

No bargaining on Islamic rules: KSA
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 09:26:25 AST
Saudi Gazette | Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman chairs the Council of Ministers session at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh on Monday. — SPA

Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — The Council of Ministers on Monday reemphasized that the fundamentals of Islam being followed by about 1.5 billion Muslims around the world are not subject to any bargaining.

The weekly session of the Cabinet, chaired by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman at Al-Yamamah Palace here, also underscored that the Islamic Shariah guarantees fair equality between men and women and it allows no discrimination against women.

The Cabinet made the remarks in the backdrop of the recent statement by the Swedish foreign minister offending the Kingdom and its Shariah-based judicial system.

In a statement to the Saudi Press Agency following the session, Minister of Culture and Information Adel Al-Turaifi said the Cabinet reiterated its condemnation of the Swedish minister's statement.

It said the statement showed the Swedish minister's ignorance about the remarkable progress achieved by the Kingdom on all fronts, especially the excellent position being enjoyed by women in various fields, including education, science, health, economy and commerce.

"Guaranteeing the independence of judicial authority is the core principle with regard to protecting and strengthening human rights.

The Kingdom's judicial system, based on Shariah, guarantees total justice to all. Everybody is equal before the law," the Cabinet said.

Similarly, the freedom of expression has also been guaranteed to all within the framework of Shariah, the Cabinet said, asserting that incorrect allegations should not be raised against personal rights issues of individuals out of judicial context.

Refuting allegations of discrimination between the rights of men and women, the Cabinet reiterated that the Kingdom's Basic Law of Governance is based on Shariah.

Its Article 8 clearly stipulates that governance would be on the basis of justice and equality. "Saudi women, while maintaining their Islamic and Arab identity, have made concrete achievements in various fields.

"They hold key posts in both the government and private sectors. They actively participate in the Shoura Council, where their representation is higher than women's representation in parliaments in other countries."

The Cabinet also emphasized that harming the judicial system as well as the social and cultural patterns simply because of their difference with the pattern prevailing in other countries is contrary to the principles of the international community that call for respecting religions as well as social and cultural diversity.

The Cabinet also noted that Islamic principles cannot be misused to serve domestic political purposes in contravention to the diplomatic norms and cordial relations among nations.

The Kingdom hopes that it should not be forced into reviewing its ties with Sweden.

18 March, 2015

Saddexdii Maanlaawe. Waa Gabay Cusub Oo Ay Tirisay Abwaan Nimco Aadan Hurre (Nimco-Gabaydo)


Saddexdii Maanlaawe. Waa Gabay Cusub Oo Ay Tirisay Abwaan Nimco Aadan Hurre (Nimco-Gabaydo)

Waa gabay cusub oo la yidhaahdo Saddexdii Maanlaawe waxaana tirisay Abwaan Nimco Aadan Hurre (Nimco Gabaydo), waxaanu soo baxay taariikhdu markay ahayd 7/12/2013, waxaanu u dhignaa gabaygu sidan: Bulshada Soomaalilaaneey

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Sidaa iyo macasaalama
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Nimco Aadan Hurre ( Nimco Gabaydo)

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Marka laguu marag furo maragaa ha jiro ayaa la yidhaahdaa. Waxa wiigan la ansixiyey ajandihii kalfadhiga Golaha wakiilada ooy kow ka yihiin laba qodob oo toos ula xidhiidha doorashooyinka si gaar ah kan Golaha wakiilada. Dahowr qaybood oo taxanahan ka mid ah ayaan idiinku sheegay inaan sharcigii doorashada wakiiladu aanu jirin. Haddaba muwaadin ma kuu cadaatay sababta ugu weyn ee dib u dhacu inay tahay sharciga oon dhisnayn. Maanta aynu dhammaan ka hawlgalno oo ha la baahiyo sharciga yaan inta la qarsado kolka la ansixiyo laga hadlin, xiliga laga doodaa waa imika, cid hadal haysaana ma jirto.awoowgay Faarax Nuur ayaa laga hayaa Arab sidaan ka wado weynahaan wax ugu sheegaa, ana ummaddeena waxaan wax ugu sheegaa sidaan keli waalid u ahay. Ma shaqaynayso ee aarimahani ma kala leh muxaafid iyo mucaarid ee badka ha la soo dhigo oo aan ka doodno, si waafaqsan dastuurka dalka iyo xuquuqda muwaadinks. Waa sharcigaan tobanka sano sugaynay ee aan saxno oon ka dhigno mid dhaxal gal ah oo dhammaan ina anfaca

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