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  • Glimpses of Divine Mercy

    Allah, The Almighty, is the Most Merciful, Most Compassionate, and He is the most Merciful of those who show mercy. His Mercy encompasses all things. Allah, The Almighty, Says (what means): {“and My Mercy embraces all things.”} [Quran 7:156] Allah, The Almighty, extends His Mercy to all His creation, for He knows that man was created weak.. More

  • Practical steps Towards Sincere Repentance

    Most people are aware of the conditions people must fulfill before their repentance is accepted, namely giving up the sin, regretting the sin, and being determined never to commit it again. However, in this article we will highlight some practical steps people should follow in order to help achieve sincere repentance. Let us go through these.. More

  • The Virtues of Charity

    Charity has a great significance in Islam; it is one of the clearest indications and most truthful signs of the sincerity of one's faith, as souls were created to love money and strive to save it. If someone spends his money and contradicts his instinct, then this is a proof that he has a good faith and a sound belief. Regarding this, the Prophet,.. More

  • The Month of Repentance - II

    … Continue How can Allah The Exalted not call them to forgive them, while the most honored, noblest and the most righteous among them, Muhammad, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, who was forgiven his previous and future sins, repented to Allah The Almighty every single day. Allah The Almighty Says (what means): · {Indeed, We have.. More

  • The Month of Repentance - I

    The month of Ramadan is a great opportunity for returning to Allah The Almighty with repentance. It is the month of mercy, erasing mistakes, expiatingevil deeds, salvation from Hellfire and attaining Paradise. The fortunate person is he who knows this and hastens to the actions that draw him near to His Lord by turning to Him in repentance, seeking.. More

  • Repentance in Ramadan

    Allah Says (what means): “And turn to Allah in repentance, all of you, O believers that you might succeed” [Quran 24:31] And also (what means): “O you who have believed, repent to Allah with sincere repentance” [Quran 66:8] Therefore, repentance is not only requested from one who has committed a sin, but rather it is demanded.. More

  • 11 Good Reasons to Do Good Deeds

    Allah The Almighty enjoins us to remember Him frequently and perform good deeds because forgetfulness is a disease that leads to neglecting virtuous deeds. Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {“And indeed We made a covenant with Aadam before, but he forgot, and We found on his part no firm willpower”} [Quran, 20: 115]. One's good deeds.. More

  • Ramadan has come! Did you give in charity? - II

    11- Charity pleases Allah The Almighty, rescues from destruction and perfects good deeds. Allah The Exalted Says (what means): {And spend in the way of Allah and do not throw [yourselves] with your [own] hands into destruction [by refraining]. And do good; indeed, Allah loves the doers of good.} [Quran 2:195] 12- Charity annoys Satan and necessitates.. More

  • Nights of Hope - I

    The days of Ramadan are a special time when the blessings and mercies of Allah The Almighty are bestowed abundantly. So let us hasten to acquire the gifts of our Lord in the mosques and look for them during the third part of the night. Purify yourselves physically and spiritually as you stand before Allah, The King, conversing with Him through reciting.. More

  • He was hoping to fast this Ramadan with us!

    He was well and in good health. He was looking forward to the future with eager anticipation… looking forward to the next moment and what the future holds for him. The morning delivered a bright day that was shortly extinguished by the veils of night, which crept like a frightening ghost only to be struck by beams of light at dawn. This is.. More

  • Ramadan has come! Did you give in charity? - I

    It is known and understood that wealth belongs to Allah The Almighty and that He Appointed His slaves as His successors to see how will they act. He Will Ask them about it when they stand before Him. How did they collect it? And how did they spend it? Whoever earned it from lawful sources and was a good successor so that he spent it in the way of obeying.. More

  • Suffice Your Neighbor

    Indeed, Islam is the religion of establishing connection, harmony, brotherhood and cooperation among people, and it invites its people to love each other. It beseeches society to strengthen the ties between its individuals, whether they are young or old. It establishes relations among people on the basis of showing mutual mercy and affection, as stated.. More

  • Ramadan: The season of mercy

    There is no better time to start making positive changes in our lives than this blessed month. Ramadan is a Muslim's recurring opportunity for spiritual enhancement and soul redemption. It is also an annual exercise in self-control and self-restraint, but above all, it is a physical manifestation of our total submission and obedience to Allah Almighty... More

  • “…Perhaps you will be grateful”

    The perfection of any blessing upon a slave, such as victory over himself or his enemy, success in Da‘wah (invitation to Islam), or the end of a season of worship during which one was guided to do good deeds, imposes two great acts of worship on the slave: namely, thanking his Lord and asking Him for forgiveness (Istighfaar). Both of them imply.. More

  • The Benefits Of Obedience, During and After Ramadan

    People cannot remain exactly as they were during the blessed month of Ramadan, in terms of their regularity and steadfastness in performing certain acts of worship. On the other hand, they must not stop doing good deeds completely and forsake all virtue just because Ramadan is over. It is injudicious to suddenly abandon everything and stop performing.. More