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  • Oppression and Scheming… and the Expedited Punishment

    Author: Dr. Sa‘eed ‘Abdul-‘Atheem In the name of Allah, praise be to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon the Messenger of Allah  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) his family and Companions, and those who follow him. The divine norms of Allah, The Exalted, have no scope for favoritism or flattery; He Says (what means): ·.. More

  • Dignity: The Trait of the Righteous

    Praise be to Allah, The Exalted. May peace and blessings be upon the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, his family, Companions, and whoever follows his example. It is becoming of a Muslim to adhere to all that adorns him of noble traits and shun all that disgraces and discredits him. One of the noble traits that are befitting.. More

  • Having Good Expectations of Allah: An Act of Worship and Key to Happiness

    Having good expectations of Allah, The Exalted, is a great act of worship that a believer should fill his heart with in all his states and throughout his life. He should evoke his good expectations of Allah with regard to receiving guidance and Rizq (provision) and whenever he hopes for the righteousness of his offspring, the acceptance of his supplications,.. More

  • Respect for the Truth

    By Dr. ‘Abdul Kareem Bakkaar The greatness of a person, my sons and daughters, lies in the greatness of what he believes in, what he is willing to sacrifice for, and what he defends. Our true religion, to which we proudly belong, urges us to love and respect the truth and embrace it as it is, without any polishing or distortion. Indeed, one.. More

  • Know Allah in Prosperity, and He Will Know You in Adversity

    In his comprehensive advice to Ibn ‘Abbaas, may Allah be pleased with him, and all Muslims after him, the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said: “Know Allah in prosperity, and He will know you in adversity.” [This addition was authentically attributed to the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, cited by At-Tirmithi.. More

  • Encroaching on Privacy

    By: Dr. Muhammad Al-‘Awadhi On my way to the place I was heading to in a mall in Kuwait in the company of some foreign guests and colleagues, a woman stopped me to ask me a question. She then went on to request my counsel on a private social problem that was troubling her. As she started relating her story, I advised her to consult specialists.. More

  • Our Non-Muslim Relatives: Their Rights Upon us

    By Kimberly Ben When I reverted to Islam over 10 years ago, I received mixed reactions from my friends and family. While attending my first family gathering wearing Hijab, I was eyed very curiously at first, but with time they have come to accept my choice. Now, no one even seems to notice much except for the occasional complement on my choice of.. More

  • A Believer Should Not Be Stung Twice from the Same Hole!

    To be precautious and prudent is a Prophetic directive, especially when dealing with those who have been proven deceitful and dishonest. It is unbecoming of a Muslim to be gullible that he would be deceived twice by the same trick. A person may see things in other than their real form and, thus, he gets deceived by them – and this is normal –.. More

  • Graciously Overlooking People’s Faults and the Morals of the Noble

    Author: ‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn ‘Abdullah At-Tareef Most people strive to attain happiness and success. In fact, true success in life lies in a person’s sincerity, his devotion to his Lord, his abidance by the provisions of the Sharee‘ah that his Lord legislated, mirroring the noblest and best morals in his interactions with people,.. More

  • Contentment is a Sign of Wealth

    If people become content with the little they have, then there will be no poor or deprived persons among them. If a person is content with what Allah, The Almighty, has given him, he will be powerful and in no need of others, even if he does not possess a lot in this life. Ash-Shaafi‘i, may Allah have mercy upon him, said, “I knew that.. More

  • Severity and Violence Lead to Remorse

    In a Hadeeth on the authority of ‘Aa’ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, it was mentioned that some Jews came to the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, and said, “As-Saamu 'Alaykum [death be on you].” ‘Aa’ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, therefore said (to them), “[Death] be upon you, and may.. More

  • Helping the Distressed

    Helping and supporting those in distress is a trait that is encouraged by Islam and a noble characteristic that is an implication of sincere brotherhood and chivalry. The life and manners of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, present the finest example for every aspect of our life, especially in helping and supporting those in need or.. More

  • Happiness Is in Obedience to Allah, Not in Sins

    Question I want to feel good most of the time and not rely on anyone. I do not have friends but would love to, and I do not have a boyfriend but would like to, and I do not have a sexy body but would like to, and I dream of taking my hijab off. None of my friends wear it, and they all have friends; they are all normal while I am not. Can I fast, pray,.. More

  • Importance of Time in the Life of the Muslim

    Everything, when lost, can be regained, except time. If it is lost, there is no hope to regain it. That is why time is the most precious thing that can ever be possessed in this life. Islam is a religion that acknowledges the importance of time and appreciates its seriousness. Allah Almighty says (what means): {Indeed, in the alternation of the night.. More

  • Hope – the Most Sublime Rank for the Followers

    In this article, we will talk about hoping for Allah's mercy. The believers’ relationship with their Lord is characterized both by fear and hope, such that the former deters them from sins and disobedience, whereas the latter drives them towards good deeds. Ibn Al-Qayyim, may Allah have mercy upon him, said: “Hoping for the reward of Allah.. More