|(1) Islaamic History||The descent of Hadhrat Isa (RA) from the heavens|
|Hadhrat Isa (RA) is alive in the heavens and will descend back to earth close to the Day of Qiyaamah. He will descend on the eastern minaret of the Jaami Masjid in Damascus at the time of Asr with the support of two angels. At that time, Imaam Mahdi (RA) shall be arranging the rows of Salaah for the Asr Salaah in the Masjid. Hadhrat Isa (RA) will come down the minaret using the staircase and then perform the Salaah behind Imaam Mahdi (RA). He will destroy crosses to eliminate the false belief that he had been crucified to atone for the sins of mankind. He will also have all pigs killed. He will then lead an army to fight Dajjaal, who will be in a siege of Baytul Muqaddas at the time. Seeing Hadhrat Isa (RA) arrive, Dajjaal will flee to a place called Baab Ludd, where Hadhrat Isa (RA) will finally kill him. Hadhrat Isa (RA) will then rule the people with justice and such peace and blessings will prevail during this time that even the sheep and wolves would be able to drink from the same watering place without fear of being attacked. Hadhrat Isa (RA) will live by the Shari’ah of Hadhrat Muhammad (SAW), will marry, and even have children. He will live for approximately 40 years and when he passes away, he will be bathed and shrouded according to the Shari’ah of Islaam and buried by the side of Rasulullaah (SAW) in Madinah.|
|(2) Allaah’s Power||The gravitational force of the earth|
|Allaah has created the earth with a gravitational pull, which it exerts to a certain level. Neither does it pull so forcefully that it pulls everything underground, nor is it so weak that the atmosphere cannot be held in place. Allaah has balanced it perfectly so that everything may function properly on earth without any difficulty.|
|(3) A Fardh||It is Fardh to treat your parents kindly|
|Allaah says, “Your Rabb has commanded that you worship only Him and that you treat your parents kindly”.
[Surah Bani Israa’eel, verse 23]
It is Fardh (obligatory) to treat one’s parents well in every condition.
|(4) A Sunnah||Starting all good works from the right|
|Hadhrat Aa’isha (RA) reports that Rasulullaah (SAW) always started from the right when he wore his shoes, combed his hair, washed and whenever he did anything good.
|(5) An Important Act and its Virtue||Seeking forgiveness for the Mu’mineen|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) said that when a person seeks Allaah’s forgiveness on behalf of all Mu’min men and women, Allaah will grant him the reward of a good deed for every Mu’min man and woman.
[Tabraani in Musnad Shaamiyeen, from Hadhrat Ubaadah bin Saamit (RA)]
|(6) A Sin||Usurping land|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) said, “The one who usurps even a meagre piece of land will have all seven earths placed as a yoke around his neck and neither his Fardh nor Nafl acts will be accepted.”
[Tabraani in his Awsat 5306, from Hadhrat Sa’d bin Abi Waqqaas (RA)]
|(7) This World||The example of this world|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) said, “I have no attachment with this world. The example of me and this world is like a traveller taking shade beneath a tree and then continuing further.”
|(8) The Aakhirah||The Kuffaar will eventually believe in the promised punishment|
|Allaah says in the Qur’aan, “(Do not forget) The day when the Kuffaar will be presented before the Fire. (They will then be asked,) “Is this (resurrection and Jahannam) not the truth (which you used to deny)?” They will reply, “Certainly, by the oath of our Rabb!” Allaah will say, ‘So taste the punishment because you used to commit kufr (taste what you used to deny).’”
[Surah Ahqaaf, verse 34]
|(9) Cures from the Qur’aan and Rasulullaah (SAW)||Watermelon|
|Rasulullaah (SAW) said that watermelon taken before eating cleanses the stomach and eliminates the root of diseases.
[Ibn Asaakir Vol.6 Pg.102]
|(10) Qur’aanic Advice|
|Allaah says, “O you who have Imaan! Be firm in establishing justice and be witness (to the truth) for Allaah even if it (the evidence you deliver) is against yourselves, your parents and relatives (you should expose the truth under all circumstances)”.
[Surah Nisaa, verse 135]