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  • The Way to Reform Society

    Good manners, respecting others, and ensuring their rights result in friendly bonds between people, and removes dislike and grudges from their hearts. In this way the hearts become pure, sympathetic, and kind; so feelings of love and brotherhood prevail. The Messenger of Allah  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) said: “He is not from my nation,.. More

  • Racism: a sign of weak faith

    Allah Almighty Says what means: "You are the best nation produced [as an example] for mankind. You enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong and believe in Allah. If only the People of the Scripture had believed, it would have been better for them. Among them are believers, but most of them are defiantly disobedient." [Quran 3:110] Islam.. More

  • Are you a good neighbor?

    If you are not giving your neighbors their due rights, then you are missing an important part of your duties as a Muslim. A neighbor is someone who lives in the same neighborhood as you; he could be a friend, but does not necessarily have to be one. The definition of a neighbor can have various meanings; for example, it can refer to someone who.. More

  • When there is a Sick Person in Our House

    Illness is a trial from Allah The Almighty, with which He, The Exalted, afflicts whomever He wills from among His servants; to test this person and purify them from any sins. The Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, said: "A pious Muslim's situation is amazing, for it is all good; and this is not for anyone except for the pious Muslim. If he.. More

  • Severing ties of kinship

    The righteousness and uprightness of the family is the gateway towards a safe and secure community, and maintaining ties with kinfolks is the way to the preservation of the Muslim nation. Islam calls for and mandates maintaining ties with kinfolks due to the great effect it has on establishing strong social bonds, as well as for the love and cooperation.. More

  • Etiquettes of dialogue and speech -I

    Islam came to instil and spread fine manners and noble etiquettes. When in conversation or discussion, a Muslim must maintain these because Islam comprehensively addresses all aspects of life, and requires a Muslim to be distinct in his character, creed, worship, manners, etiquettes and appearance. Undoubtedly, Islam is the superior and lofty religion... More

  • Protective Jealousy is the Characteristic of the Noble - II

    The Protective Jealousy of the Husband over his Wife As stated previously, it was narrated that Sa‘d ibn ‘Ubaadah, may Allah be pleased with him, said, “If I were to see a man with my wife, I would strike him with a sword, and not with the flat side of it.” When the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam,.. More

  • Protective Jealousy is the Characteristic of the Noble - I

    Protective jealousy is an innate noble characteristic upon which a sound person whom Allah has honored and favored was created. Islam elevated the rank of this sublime trait and laudably mentioned it to the extent that it considers defending one's honor and being protectively jealous about inviolable matters a type of Jihaad. For this, a person may.. More

  • Visiting the sick – I

    Introduction No one is free from illness, it’s something that is in our genes passed through generations; or it’s because of something as simple as what we ate for lunch. Just when you think it could never happen to you, there it is and now you’re left to cope with it — the good, the bad and the ugly.... and sometimes it can.. More

  • Visiting the sick – III

    When visiting is not possible If visitation is not possible then calling the sick on the telephone or writing to them can also have a very positive effect. However, the actual visitation has a stronger result and gives the patient a feeling of warmth that no telephone call or letter could ever accomplish. The visitation causes truthful emotions.. More

  • Visiting the sick – II

    What we can do when visiting the sick There are many things we can do when visiting the sick. Below are some important things that will enable us to make our visits more productive: The Prophet, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, used to treat illness with Ruqya (words said for the express purpose of protection or cure charms) for person afflicted with.. More

  • Guided to Faith by a Blind Boy - II

    I wiped away his tears with my hands and held his hand. I wanted to take him to the mosque by car but he refused, arguing that it was close by and that he wanted to walk to the mosque. I felt ashamed because I could not even remember the last time I had entered the mosque. However, it was the first time I was feeling fear and regret for my negligence.. More

  • Guided to Faith by a Blind Boy - I

    I still remember the night my wife gave birth to my first son. I was not yet thirty years of age and had stayed out with my friends in a restaurant all night. It was an evening full of vain talk, not to mention backbiting and vulgar comments. I was often the one who instigated the comments and backbiting that made them laugh. I remember that I made.. More

  • Rights of the Kin in the Light of Islam –III

    The merits and benefits of keeping good family relations: 1. The Way to Paradise The Messenger, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, said: "Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, then let him be generous to his guest, and whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him maintain the bond of kinship, and whoever believes in Allah and the Last.. More

  • Bashfulness of the Prophets and Pious Predecessors

    In Jaami‘ Al-‘Uloom wal-Hikam, Ibn Rajab, may Allah have mercy upon him, said, "Know that there are two types of bashfulness: that which is innate and not acquired. It is one of the most sublime morals that Allah The Almighty grants to the slave. Therefore, it was narrated that the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam,.. More