Tag: ARROGANCE

Trials Transformed 5 Min Read

Prophet Lūt and a people of immorality

In this part of the Trials Transformed series, we learn about Lūt and his fight against a people engaged in sodomy.

Islamic Thought 4 Min Read

Turning criticism into growth and success

Criticism can be a powerful driver of growth; Zishan Khan looks at its significance through an Islamic viewpoint.

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The Five Pillars of Oppression

Oppression has pillars; specifically, five of them. If present, then the equation of subjugation becomes complete.

The Timeless Trend of Ridiculing the Caller

Arrogance was the first sin committed violating the right of Allāh. It before drove out the Satan from the company of the angels and, when against people, it drives them away from the company of the righteous. The apex of this illness is: when one is told to have Taqwa (God-consciousness), he turns away in

Conquering Arrogance With Fear & Hope

Every individual is disposed upon acknowledgement of a Lord, a transcendent creator worthy of worship. Some fear the repercussion of admission, whilst others actively allow enveloping layers of arrogance to veil this realisation until it is rendered in their minds a myth. With the occurrence of calamity, arrogance is coerced

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From Kufr to Īmān: Guidance and Honour of the Righteous

  Say, "To Allāh belongs the east and the west. He guides whom He wills to a straight path." 2:142 In Part 1, ‘From Īmān to Kufr: The Rise & Fall of the ‘Pious’’, I stated that there were not many examples of Muslims apostatising, be it historically or in

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From Īmān to Kufr: Rise & Fall of the ‘Pious’

Part 1 | From Īmān to Kufr: The Rise & Fall of the 'Pious'  “So after the truth, what else can there be, save error? How then are you turned away?” Whilst the numbers of those apostatising from Islām are far less than in any other religion, it is nonetheless