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Asalamualikum and welcome to you all, Brothers and Sisters what we have here is a home for Muslim poets to present their poems and have them heard or share poems of other poets they would like us to hear. All styles are welcome and Inshallah, Allah will bring from this much goodness and may we be of the righteous kalaf to the likes of Hassan ibn Thabit may Allah be pleased with him (The poet of Allah's messenger, peace be upon him). Please feel free to send in your poems written or spoken so we may post them. Become an author here and you can post them your self. We hope through these efforts to propagate Islam so that it reaches the masses, defend Islam and its people from the onslaught of those who despise it, and tread the path of those who preceded us in guidance. Please keep in mind to keep the poems in accordance to the Quraan and Sunnah upon the understanding of the Salaf of the Ummah.

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Muslim Man

This is a page dedicated to issues concerning the Muslim Man

The Muslim man in the sight of Allah and his Messenger peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him:

Does not anger easily nor insights anger in others
By way of Aaesha-May Allaah be pleased with her- stating that the Prophet-peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him- said “The most abhorrent of men In the sight of God is the Vehement (violent, angry) Antagonizer” [“The Authenticum” 3970]
1.to make hostile or unfriendly; make an enemy or antagonist  of: 
2.to act in opposition to; oppose.

Shuns his anger
By way of a man from the companions of the Prophet-peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him- who said that a man said to the Prophet- Peace and blessing of Allaah be upon him-“ Inform me with some words of advice to live by. Do not however give me too much from which I will forget.” He conceded by saying “ Shun the state of anger”. He then repeated the request to which the Prophet replied: “ Shun the state of Anger.” [“The Authenticum” 884]

How the Man subdues his anger
By way of Abee Hurairah who narrated( the meaning of which is raised to the prophet, without directly attributing it to him thusly: “When a man becomes angry invoking as a result; A’oodhu Billah(I seek refuge in Allaah) his anger will subside.” [“The Authenticum” 1376]

Does not let his tongue become a source of problems
By way of Anas ibni Maalik from the Prophet- peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him- who said : Do you know what really bites? They answered: Allaah and his messenger know best. That would be transmitting statements from one group to another to cause dissension between them. [“The Authenticum” 845]

The Muslim man does not stay ignorant
By way of Abee Hurairah-May Allaah be pleased with him- That the messenger of Allaah-Peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him- was asked: “Who are the most honorable of people?” He replied “Those who are more conscious of Allaah.” They stated “ We are not asking in that regard.” He inquired “ So is it of the origins of the Arabs you are asking me? Mankind in general are according to their sources. The choicest of them in the days of ignorance are the best of them in Islam as long as they gain in prudential knowledge.” [“The Authenticum” 3996]

The Muslim Man is A Dutiful toward his parents, always
By way of ibni Abbas who said: “A man came to the Prophet-peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him- and said: “My father died without having made the Pilgrimage , should I then make the Pilgrimage on his behalf?” He replied: “Do you not see it similar to if your father had a debt? Wouldn’t you pay it on his behalf?” He answered: “ Yes I would.” He retorted: “ Therefore make Hajj on your father’s behalf. [“The Authenticum” 3047]

The Muslim Man is not full of Hot Air!
By way of Abdillaah ibn Amr inilAas who narrated( with a Prophetic meaning but not directly attributing it to him), thusly: Have mercy and mercy will be your Lot. Likewise, forgive and Allaah will forgive you. Fie upon that speech which is full of hot air and fie upon the obstinate those who persist in wrong-doing knowingly. [“The Authenticum” 482]

The Muslim Man is humble and is not Envious
By way of Iyaad Ibn Himar who related a related statement of the prophet from a public sermon of his: “Allah has revealed to me thus: ‘Humble yourselves so that no one would boast over another nor should one man desire lustfully what another has.’