Browsing: Islamic Thought
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.
If you find yourself stuck in a haram relationship, there is always hope in escaping, as long as you have courage and willpower.
With haram relationships, the road to recovery truly depends on the level of sincerity in wanting to change.
With the lure of zina, believers never condemn themselves to failure
The wakeful believer is one who never condemns themselves to failure, in the face of haram relationships and zina.
Only one brings happiness, when it comes to halal and haram relationships
When it comes to halal and haram relationships, remember that there is only one that brings genuine happiness.
‘LGBTQ+’ History Month has begun; Yusuf Patel shares tips for parents to combat these morally unacceptable beliefs and lifestyles.
Embrace the joy of being unknown
In a world where we continually share parts of our precious lives online, we need to reclaim the joy of living the best life offline.
A forgotten uprising of enslaved Muslims: The Brazilian Malê Revolt
Exactly 188 years ago, the Malê slave uprising rocked Brazil to its core. Find out more on the events of the day and its aftermath in this piece.