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  • Patience: The Path to Paradise - III

    Fifteenth: Allah The Almighty promised believersthevictory and it is part of the glad tidings that will surely fulfilled for them. Allah The Almighty Says that they got that only through patience; He Says (what means): {And the good word of your Lord was fulfilled for the Children of Israel because of what they had patiently endured.} [Quran 7:137] Sixteenth.. More

  • Patience: The Path to Paradise - II

    In the renowned book ‘Udat As-Sabireen, Ibn Al-Qayyim quoted Imam Ahmad , may Allah have mercy upon them, as saying, “Allah The Almighty mentioned patience in the Quran in ninety places.” Here I will mention the various contexts in which patience was mentioned: First: The command to be patient; Allah The Almighty Says (what means):.. More

  • Patience: The Path to Paradise - I

    Ramadan is the month of patience; and Paradise is the reward of patience. Allah The Almighty Says (what means): • {And seek help through patience and prayer, and indeed, it is difficult except for the humbly submissive [to Allah]. Who are certain that they will meet their Lord and that they will return to Him.} [Quran 2:45-46] • {O you.. More

  • The ruling on celebrating Mother’s Day and Family Day

    An article was published by An-Nadwah newspaper on 30/11/1384 A.H. entitled Takreem Al-Umm wa Takreem Al-Usrah (Honoring The Mother and The Family). The writer appreciated some aspects of the Western innovation of allocating one day during the year to mothers. He mentioned something that was overlooked by the people who introduced this day, namely,.. More

  • In the Dark of the Night …

    Once, there was a pious Muslim merchant who used to trade cattle. He would buy cows from Iraq or Iran and sell them in Syria. This trader was a righteous Muslim: pious, devout and pure hearted; he would pray at night, fast and give charity frequently. On one of his trade journeys, as he was shepherding a herd of cows to sell them, it began to snow.. More

  • Let Those who have Dead Hearts Rejoice - II

    Reflect on the meaning of the following Hadeeth (narration). The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said: "There was among the people who came before you a man who killed ninety-nine persons. Then he asked about the most knowledgeable person on earth, and was directed to a monk, so he went to him, told him that he had killed ninety-nine.. More

  • Let Those who have Dead Hearts Rejoice - I

    I can no longer feel it. It is certainly inside me, but I have not felt it for so long now. In fact, I do not know when, where or even how it happened. What I know now is that I do not feel it. I have lost it. It was inside me. I truly felt it. Nevertheless, it has died. I remember when it was alive and energetic. I felt then that I was alive... More

  • Honoring the Ordinances… Even While Sleeping - II

    Those who are righteous greatly honor the sacred ordinances of Allah The Almighty more than others. Here is the clarification in detail: The way of piety Briefly, piety is the way that you should resort to if you seek the honor of this great position; honoring the sacred Ordinances of Allah The Almighty. Undoubtedly, if you want to be one of.. More

  • Honoring the Ordinances… Even While Sleeping - I

    I will tell you about something which is neither a part of imagination nor a claim without evidence. Rather, it is a real life story whose hero enjoys unmatchable morals and a resplendent biography. The fragrance of his life diffused because he honored the sacred Ordinances of His Lord. Therefore, Allah The Almighty Exalted his degree. He is Ibn Seereen,.. More

  • The qualities of those who love their Lord

    Loving our Lord is mandatory upon each of His slaves since the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, informed us that it is a characteristic of belief and a sign of enjoying the sweetness of faith.Anas ibn Malik, may Allaah be pleased with him, narrated that the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said: “One who attains the following.. More

  • Qualities of a Muslim – II

    Islam instils honour and dignity in the hearts of Muslims, and it is only Islam that can grant such honour and dignity; therefore, those who resort to the disbelievers for support and assistance are in reality humiliating themselves. These Muslims may feel honour under the protection of these disbelievers, but in reality they are humiliated and have.. More

  • Qualities of a Muslim – I

    A Muslim differs from all other types of people on earth; they worship and prostrate to other than Allah; some of them worship the sun, the moon, stars, cows, and idols, such as those who worship Buddha. Conversely, a Muslim worships only Allah and believes that He is All-Capable; He is the All-Powerful; the Almighty; the Omnipotent; the Holy; the All-Dominan.. More

  • Keep the spirit of Ramadan alive all year

    As we enter upon the month of Shawal, let us not leave off the many acts of worship we performed during the blessed month of Ramadan. Ramadan, for most of us, was a time of renewal and reestablishment of our commitment to Allah and His religion. We fasted, gave charity, read the Quran and performed the night prayer. We avoided gossip, slander and every.. More

  • Fataawa Regarding Mother's Day-II

    5- Shaykh ‘Abdul-‘Azeez ibn Baaz, may Allah have mercy upon him, said, I read the article that was published by An-Nadwah Journal, on 30-11-1384 AH, under the title "Honoring the Mother and Honoring the Family", and felt that the writer appreciated, from many perspectives, the Western innovation of fixing a day in the year to.. More

  • Fataawa Regarding Mother's Day-I

    1- The scholars of the Permanent Committee, may Allah have mercy upon them, said, All perfect praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds and may His peace and blessing be upon His Messenger, his family and Companions. First: The word “‘Eed” [festival] is a term given to the occasion of assembly which customarily recurs annually,.. More