Browsing: Islamic Thought
As Britain is the 2nd-largest importer of “Israeli” dates, many people don’t realise they’re buying something that is haram, because of cunning labels.
Earthquakes strike again, will they inspire you to action?
As earthquakes continue to strike, we must rectify our relationship with Allah, reconcile damaged ties, and accept our human weaknesses.
Today marks 99 years since the destruction of the Ottoman Caliphate, heralding one of the darkest chapters in history, argues Dilly Hussain.
This ‘gay’ article is going to get me cancelled
We must understand the difference between values positions and universal truths, when it comes to ‘LGBTQ+’ words and phrases.
We often do a major disservice to Allah by judging sins via our own fallible standards; this can cause minor sins to amplify into major ones.
Why did Allah cause the earthquakes and suffering in Turkey and Syria?
Eclipses, floods, earthquakes – these “natural disasters” all occur by the will of Allah. Do you need to change the way you perceive such events?
The Siege of Baghdad
These days, we think of “sacking” to mean being out of a job. Historically, the term also referred to looting, plundering, or pillaging.
As the first full week of LGBT History Months comes to a close, check out these 5 easy ways you can fight back against your school’s LGBT agenda.
Following the Turkey-Syria earthquakes, Shaykh Dr. Sajid Umar and Shaykh Dr. Ali Ahmed share a khutbah (sermon) for use in Friday prayers.
Knowing your purpose
To know one’s purpose is perhaps the most powerful tool in living a successful life, argues Mariya bint Rehan.