Black Muslims : New Baby Congratulations

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the miracle of Prophet Abraham is he survived the fire,

And the miracle of Prophet Yusuf is the interpretation of dreams,


The miracle of Moses is the stick,

And the miracle of Prophet Dawood is power,

And the miracle of Prophet Solomon is to harness the jinn to serve him with his understanding of the words of the animal,


And the miracle of Prophet Saleh is a camel,

And the miracle of Prophet Yunus is leaving alive from the belly of the whale,


in the Quran, Jesus is described as having many miracles not bestowed upon other prophets. God says:

“And We gave unto Jesus, son of Mary, clear miracles” (Quran 2:87)
And that the miracle of Jesus is the revival of the dead and cure the sick,

“I create for you out of clay the likeness of a bird, then I breathe into it and it becomes a bird with God’s permission.” (Quran 3:49)

“I also heal the blind and the leper.” (Quran 3:49)

Miracle of God's prophet Zechariah, peace be upon him is procreation
Old age and infertility wife

Miracle of Prophet Noah, peace be upon him is the ship


Miracle of Prophet Ayub peace be upon him is patience


The miracle of the apostles and prophets ring Prophet

Muhammad, peace be upon him is the Holy Quran

- The night Prophet Mohammad (s.a.a.w.s.) was conceived by his parents, all the idols of Mecca were thrown down on the ground. Angels cast the throne of Iblis (Satan) into the sea and Satan was tormented for forty days.

- The night our Prophet (s.a.a.w.s.) was born:

(a) The Palace of Qisra (King of Persia) trembled and its fourteen towers fell down.

(b) The flames of the fire-worshippers, the Majus (Zoroastrians) went out, though that fire had been burning for more than a thousand years, never extinguished.

- Prophet Muhammad's birth corresponds with the Year of the Elephant, which is named after the failed destruction of Mecca that year by the Aksumite King Abraha who had in his army many elephants.

- When Prophet Muhammad (s.a.a.w.s.) was either nine or twelve years old while accompanying a Meccans caravan to Syria, he met a Christian monk or hermit named Bahira who foretold Muhammad (s.a.a.w.s.) that he was going to be a prophet of God.

The Quran: Prophet Mohammad's Greatest Miracle

 

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Allaah Almighty Says (what means): "…His mother carried him, [increasing her] in weakness upon weakness, and his weaning is in two years. Be grateful to Me and to your parents; to Me is the [final] destination." [Quran 31: 14]


we will shed light on some facts discovered by modern medicine and study that confirm the Wisdom of Allaah, The Almighty, and the completeness and perfection of Islam.


Human milk, the best food for babies, contains the right amount of nutrients, in the right proportions, for the growing baby. A living, biological fluid; it contains many unique components. For example, lactoferrin (a glycoprotein that belongs to the iron transporter or transferrin family) provides optimal absorption of iron and protects the gut from harmful bacteria; lipases assist in digestion of fats; and special growth factors and hormones contribute to optimal growth and development. The mother's own milk changes during a feeding from thirst-quenching to hunger-satisfying, and comes in a variety of flavors as the mother's diet varies. Its composition changes as the baby grows to meet the baby's changing nutritional needs.


Breastfeeding and the immune system:


Human milk is the baby's first immunization. It provides antibodies which protect the baby from many common respiratory and intestinal diseases, and also contains living immune cells. First milk, colostrum, is packed with components which increase immunity and protect the newborn's intestines. Breastfeeding as an infant also provides protection from developing immune system cancers such as lymphoma, bowel diseases such as Crohn's disease and celiac sprue, and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, all of which are related to immune system function. Additionally, breastfed babies generally mount a more effective response to childhood immunizations. In all these cases, benefits begin immediately, and increase with increasing duration of breastfeeding.


Babies from families with a tendency to allergic diseases particularly benefit from breastfeeding. Breastfeeding provides protection against allergies, asthma, and eczema.


 

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Breastfed babies:


Get sick less often and get less severe illnesses

Are hospitalized less often and have a lower rate of mortality

Have a lower risk of diarrheal disease

Have a lower incidence of gastrointestinal illness

Have a lower risk of urinary tract infections

Have a lower incidence of respiratory disease

Have a lower incidence of otitis media ear infections

Have a lower incidence of allergies

Have a lower rate of pneumonia

Have lower rates of obesity

Have a lower incidence of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

Have fewer learning and behavior difficulties


Breastfeeding:


Helps bond mother and child

Confers passive immunity

Is protective against measles and other communicable diseases

Provides optimal growth and neurological development

Prevents malocclusion and leads to better teeth and jaw development

Protects against hypothermia

Provides partial protection against necrotising entercolitis

Provides major protection against bacteremia and meningitis

Reduces the incidence of childhood lymphoma

Enhances visual development

Provides protection against neonatal sepsis

Is less risky for premature babies and low birth rate babies


Artificially fed babies:


Have an increased risk factor for juvenile diabetes

May have impaired antibody response to vaccines

Have a higher risk of inflammatory illness

Have a higher risk of celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, cholera, and neonatal hypocalcemic tetany

Have higher rates of middle ear infections, pneumonia, and cases of gastroenteritis (stomach flu)
 

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Benefits for the mother from breastfeeding:


Bonds mother and child

Provides the mother hormonal induced contentment

Encourages efficient uterine contractions after childbirth

Allows mothers to lose pregnancy weight and size faster

Is convenient since the milk is pre-warmed, clean and always available

Is cost effective and saves money

Contributes to natural family planning

Contributes to household food security

Fosters confidence and promotes self-esteem

Reduces the incidence of urinary tract infections

Is protective against cancer (breast, ovarian, cervical)

Lowers the incidence of chronic hepatitis

Reduces the incidence of osteoporosis

Reduces the requirements of insulin for lactating diabetic mothers


Breastfeeding and the environment:


Another important issue related to infant feeding and health is the interaction between infant feeding method and the environment. Breastfeeding is a completely natural, efficient use of resources. In contrast, artificial feeding involves overgrazing of land by cattle; use of chemical fertilizers to grow the soy; use of valuable environmental resources for formula production; packaging and transportation of the product; use of water and fuel for mixing the product and heating it, for sterilizing bottles and nipples; waste disposal of the cans, bottles, accessories, cartons, etc.


Despite this, the media and some environmental groups tend to play up issues of environmental contaminants in mother's milk. In fact, except in situations of toxic spills or occupational exposure to hazardous levels, breastfeeding has caused no ill effects in babies. To the contrary, studies comparing breastfed and bottle-fed babies in the same environment have shown better development and less cancer in the breastfed babies.




 
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