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  • Mother's Day-An Islam Perspective

    The Prophet  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) said that his Ummah (nation) would imitate the previous nations from among the Jews, Christians and Persians. He did not say this, of course, by way of praising their deeds in so much as by way of dispraising and chastising those who do so. It was narrated on the authority of Abu Sa‘eed, may Allah.. More

  • Keep Away from Enmity

    The Muslim has a mission in his life, and is required to be effective, active, tolerant and social, mixing with other people and dealing with them with tolerance and in accordance with the worthy Islamic attitudes and behavior. Allah Almighty Says (what means): "And hold fast, all of you together, to the Rope of Allah (i.e. the Quran), and be.. More

  • Mockery is a disease from Jaahiliyyah

    Allah The Almighty forbids us from mocking people as He Says (what means): {O you who have believed, let not a people ridicule [another] people; perhaps they may be better than them}[Quran 49:11] Adh-Dhahhaak, may Allah have mercy upon him, said, This verse was revealed when members of the Banu Tameem delegation were mocking the poor Companions like.. More

  • Spite

    Spite is a heavy burden that the person carries which results in his own misery, occupies his thinking, ruins his mind and adds to his grief and anxiety. The strange thing is that ignorant people insist on carrying this heavy evil load, until they satisfy their ego and take revenge from the one whom they hate and envy. Spite eats much of the virtue.. More

  • Excessiveness is the Way of Satan

    When excessiveness befalls some people, they go beyond all limits. Some of these people want to do the most perfect of acts, but they go astray. Facts state that such people end up giving up the performance of these righteous deeds altogether. Ibn Hajar, may Allah have mercy upon him, said, “If a person delves into religious deeds and abandons.. More

  • Hardness of Heart

    The hard heart is that which contains a mixture of harshness and toughness; a heart that is void of submission and the sense of turning to Allah The Exalted in repentance at all times. This is the severest punishment ever. This is why the disbelievers are punished with having a hard and harsh heart. Maalik ibn Deenaar, may Allah Have mercy upon him,.. More

  • The 'art' of deception: A new phenomenon

    Allah, the Almighty Says (what means):{O you who have believed, if there comes to you a disobedient one withinformation, investigate, lest you harm a people out of ignorance and become, over what you have done, regretful}[Quran49: 6] Deception is a necessary tool for the success of wickedness.Fortunately, most of us are not so corrupted that we could.. More

  • Free your heart from spite -I

    The importance of freeing the heart from spite: Slaves of Allah! Islam encourages making reconciliation between people in order to maintain good relations amongst the Muslims, to spread love and to keep the hearts of Muslims free from spite. Allah Says (what means): “So fear Allah and amend that which is between you” [Quran 8:1]. Additionally,.. More

  • Free your heart from spite -II

    When people went to visit Abu Dujanah, may Allah be pleased with him, in his death sickness, they saw him happy and his face radiant; they asked him about the reason, to which he, may Allah be pleased with him, replied: “I have two qualities I possessed in my life; one is that I never interfered in that which did not concern me, and the second.. More

  • Excessive Ambitions in this Worldly Life - II

    The Righteous Predecessors Warned Against Excessive Ambition in this World The righteous predecessors, may Allah have mercy upon them, understood the reality of this world and their hearts became attached to the Hereafter. Therefore, they advised their successors not to incline towards this worldly life and not to turn away from the Hereafter. ‘Ali,.. More

  • Excessive Ambitions in this Worldly Life - I

    Having excessive ambitions in this worldly life is one of the greatest diseases of the heart. What is the meaning of this disease? What are its harmful consequences? What is its treatment? Meaning of Excessive Ambitions in this Worldly Life Having excessive ambitions in this worldly life is to continuously strive for its pleasures and persistently.. More

  • Oppression and Intrigue, and the Ultimate Punishment - II

    Meaning of the planning of Allah The Almighty As is common knowledge, the manner in which Allah The Almighty plans, fits His Majesty; it indicates the way in which He inflicts punishment on those who conspire evil against His allies and Messengers, which is countering their schemes with good plans. Therefore, while their plots are most vile, the planning.. More

  • Oppression and Intrigue, and the Ultimate Punishment - I

    The tradition of Allah The Almighty has no scope for favoritism or flattery, as He Says (what means): {You will not find in the way of Allah any change} [Quran 33:62], and, in fact, stresses in another place, {You will never find in the way of Allah any change.} [Quran 35:43] The fair Sharee‘ah neither distinguishes between equals nor renders.. More

  • Whispering is the Devil’s Weapon - II

    Methods of Treating Whispering in Matters Pertaining to Creed There are two methods for protecting one’s self against the devil’s whispering in matters pertaining to creed and faith: The first one is a preventative method, which means protecting one’s self against the whispering before it even takes place by fortifying one’s.. More

  • Whispering is the Devil’s Weapon - I

    There is no doubt that the enmity between man and the devil is ancient. It started when Allah ordered the angels to prostrate to Aadam, may Allah exalt his mention, and Satan refused this in arrogance and declared war against the sons of Aadam. Allah The Almighty Says about this (what means): {[Iblees] said, “By Your might, I will surely mislead.. More