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  • Be On The Safe Side

    "Beware of doing anything for which you are required to apologize." [Al-Haakim and At-Tabaraani] .. More

  • Striving To Attain Good

    "Verily, knowledge (is gained) only by learning, and forbearance (is attained) only by habituating oneself to be forbearing; and whoever seeks after good will be granted it, and whoever avoids evil will be protected from it." [At-Tabaraani].. More

  • Protection Against Hypocrite

    "Two characteristics never gather together in a hypocrite: good conduct and religious comprehension." [At-Tirmithi and others].. More

  • Good-heartedness

    "Richness harms not the one who fears Allah, and health is better than richness for him who fears Allah; and good-heartedness is part of bliss." [Ibn Maajah, Al-Haakim and Ahmad].. More

  • Contentment

    “Prosperous is he, who embraces Islam, and is endowed with the minimum requirements of subsistence, and caused by Allah to be satisfied with whatever He gives him.” [Muslim, At-Tirmithi and Ahmad].. More

  • Perfecting the noble manners

    "I have only been sent to perfect the noble (or the good righteous) manners." [Al-Haakim and Ahmad].. More

  • Monitor your own mistakes

    "One of you may [look closely to] see [the defects of others even though they may be as hidden as] a speck in the eye of his brother, and fail to see [his own defect, even though it may be as apparent as] a stem or a stick transverse in his eye." [Ibn Hibbaan and others].. More

  • Nurturing the Companions on Noble Morals and Purifying Them from Vice

    Lofty morals are a vital part of the creed, as sound creed cannot exist without good morals. Hence, the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, nurtured his Companions on noble morals and would deploy various methods to do so. The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said: “There is nothing that has a heavier weight in the scales.. More

  • Proof of the Authority of the Sunnah – II

    “Nor does he speak from [his own] inclination. It is not but a revelation revealed.” [Quran 53: 3-4] In this article, we will briefly look at evidence in support of the authority of the Sunnah and the necessity of obeying and following Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, as presented in his Sunnah. Second: Evidence from.. More

  • Proof of Authority of the Sunnah – I

    {Nor does he speak of his won desire. It is only a Revelation revealed.} [Quran 53: 3-4] It is necessary to present all evidences—valid in the Islamic Law—in support of the authority of the Sunnah not only to complete the discussion of the topic but also to affirm it and show in a logical fashion, that any claim that Sunnah has no authority.. More

  • The Muslims’ Victory in the Battle of Badr

    The Battle of Badr ended with the Muslims’ victory over the polytheists, who sustained seventy casualties and seventy captives, most of whom were the chiefs of Quraysh. Muslims sustained fourteen martyrs, six from the Muhaajiroon (emigrants) and eight from the Ansaar (helpers). Muslims attained the conquest and defeated the polytheists, the Messenger,.. More

  • `Abdullaah Ibn `Abbaas-The scholar of this nation - I

    Ibn `Abbaas, may Allah be pleased with him, was similar to Ibn Az-Zubayr, may Allah be pleased with him, in that both experienced the Prophetic era while still children. The Prophet sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam died before Ibn `Abbaas, may Allah be pleased with him, had reached manhood. He had also been granted, while still very young, all the basic.. More

  • ‘Abdullaah ibn Az-Zubayr - What a Man! What a Martyr! - II

    Al-Hajjaaj attacked with his army, besieging him and his followers. At that time, among Abdullaah's warriors was a group of very skillful Abyssinian spearmen and warriors. 'Abdullaah heard them talking about the late Caliph `Uthmaan, may Allah be pleased with him. Their conversation lacked all forms of justice and fairness. 'Abdullaah reprimanded them.. More

  • 'Abdullaah ibn Az-Zubayr - What a Man! What a Martyr! - I

    A blessed child in his mother's womb was he, when his mother passed over the burning desert sand leaving Makkah for Al-Madeenah on her emigration route. While still unborn, 'Abdullaah was to emigrate with the believers to Al-Madeenah. His mother Asmaa', may Allah be pleased with her, had hardly reached Qubaa', when she began to suffer labor pains. 'Abdullaah.. More

  • ‘Abdudullaah ibn ‘Umar- The persistent and repentant to Allah - III

    Al-Hassan, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: When `Uthmaan Ibn `Affaan was killed it was said to Abdullaah Ibn `Umar, "You are the people's master and the son of the people's master. Go out so that people swear to you the oath of allegiance." He said, "By Allah, if I could, I would never allow a drop of blood to be shed because.. More