Eid al-Fitr 1443 🎉
Your Ramadan Transformation
As Ramaḍān is nearing an end, Br Eskandar al-Fārsi reminds us to remember our revert brothers and sisters on the day of Eid.
Taqabbal Allāhu minnā wa minkum ṣālihal-aʿmāl.
Following on from his last article, Abul Baraa gives some practical keys to look out for when making tadabbur of the Qur’ān…
10 ways to enable you to ponder over the Qur’ān…
In a world fuelled by instant gratification, upholding the quality of patience in wait of a later reward can feel impossible, and to some, pointless. Why wait until later when you can feel, taste, and experience it now?
In these last ten nights, be from the exclusive “few”…
All About Zakah
Your Zakāh questions answered…
There has been a lot of talk about giving Zakat locally. Sh Haitham explains the fiqh behind the decision.
Did you know Zakat and Riba both mean increase? But they are worlds apart! That’s why we’ve got a thought-provoking discussion with experts on both worlds: CEO of National Zakat Foundation, Dr Sohail Hanif, and Wahed Invest UK GM Umer Suleman
Food for your Soul
Ramaḍān can be a lonely time for Muslim converts. Do you know any?
Kop Kopmeyer has written four large books, each of which contains 250 success principles which he derived after more than fifty years of research and study. He was asked the question: “Of all the one thousand success principles that you have discovered, which do you think is the most important?”
Sh Sajid Umar explains what is often easily overlooked: the core aim of fasting in Ramadan…
The Prophet Shuayb عليه السلام gives a blueprint for the unsettling concern that kept prophets and reformers up at night, writes Shaykh Ali Hammuda
Explaining Ramadan & Fasting to Non-Muslims.
It is expected of us to say that we will miss Ramadan or are sad it is ending. But if we truly reflect on this and are honest with our own souls, are we really happy this Ramadan is ending or are we really sad it is ending?
Ramadan in History
The Prophet certified the first three generations as being the “best”. He said: “The best people are my generation, and then those who came after them, and then those who came after them”.
The Prophet ﷺ fasted nine Ramaḍāns in his life. How did he prepare for them?
Today is the 17th Ramadān, a day that marks a revolutionary moment in the history of Islām: the Battle of Badr