Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Story of a Muslim Man (English/Arabic)

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Originally Posted on February 26, 2010:

The Prophet (salalahu alahi wa salam) said:
” Two blessings that most people do not take heed of , health and spare time.” (Bukhari 11/229,6412)

True Story:

It is a story of a person from Bahrain named Ibrahim Nasser. He has been paralyzed completely since birth and can only move his head and fingers. Even his breathing is done with the help of instruments.


It was the wish of this young man to meet sheik Nabeel Al-Awdi. So Ibrahim's father spoke the sheik on the phone in order to arrange a visit to Ibrahim.


This is sheik Nabeel at the airport.

Ibrahim was very happy to see sheik Nabeel open the door to his room. We can only see his happiness from his expression as he is unable to speak


The moment sheik Nabeel entered Ibrahim's room


And this is Ibrahim's expression on meeting sheik Nabeel
Notice the breathing instrument around Ibrahim's neck.


And a kiss on the for head for Ibrahim


Ibrahim with his father, uncle and sheik Nabeel

Thus sheik Nabeel and Ibrahim started talking about da'wa on the internet and the striving it requires. They also exchanged some stories


And during their conversation sheik Nabeel asked Ibrahim a question. A question that made Ibrahim weep... and tears rolled down Ibrahim's cheek.


Ibrahim couldn't help but weep when he remembered some painful memories


Here sheik Nabeel wipes the tears from Ibrahim's face


Do you know what question it was that made Ibrahim weep?

The sheik asked: Oh Ibrahim.. if Allah had given you health.. what would you have done?

And thus Ibrahim wept bitterly and he made the sheik, his father, his uncle and everyone in the room weep.. even the camera man wept

And his answer was: By Allah i would have performed my salaa (prayer) in the masjid (mosque) with joy.. i would have used the favor of health in everything that would please Allah Subhanehu we Ta'ala

From: A B Malik

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