Tag: DAWAH

Current Affairs Featured Islamic Thought Opinion Propagation 13 Min Read

The most memorable plane journey of my life

Recently I had one of the most interesting and most memorable flights of my life. On my way to Malaga from Glasgow International Airport to meet Sh Abdullah Hakim Quick’s Islamic Spain Tour group, I was sat on my seat at the very back row of the plane. A lady

Featured Islamic Thought Latest Islamic 5 Min Read

Muhammad Ali’s Secret to Success

Muhammad Ali, one of the world’s greatest boxers, sports personality; cultural icon and probably the most famous man on the planet will be acutely missed. May Allah (subhanahu wa taʿala) forgive his sins and raise him up among the righteous in Jannat-ul-Firdaus. Having followed his career since I was a

Current Affairs Europe Featured Politics UK 7 Min Read

Preston Community vs. EDL: They Came, They Ate, Islam Conquered

They Came, They Ate, Islam Conquered - One Preston, One Community Saturday the 20th February 2016 will be a date that will live in the minds of those who participated, for a very long time.  Many aspects of the day were so special, so unique and so unprecedented that mere

Current Affairs Editorials Featured Obituary 6 Min Read

On the passing of Hafiz Patel Saheb, a pioneer of Da’wah and the UK Tabligh

“When the effort of Ḍīn is taking place, Allāh will make saints from a family of wrongdoers. And when the effort stops, Allāh will make wrongdoers from a family of saints.” Hafiz Patel (raḥimahu Allāhu) Innā lillāhi wa innā ʿilayhi rājiʿūn. Last night our prominent Jamāti Sheikh Hafiz Patel Saheb

Featured Finance Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation 14 Min Read

Where are the Muslim millionaires?

Muslim Entrepreneurship: Its Role in the Movement Everything needs provision. Whether it be the projects we start, the institutions we run, the family unit we raise and sustain, or life itself. Therefore, the need for finance and entrepreneurialism cannot be underestimated when it comes to achieving equality and promoting justice

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

Featured Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Women 31 Min Read

Inspiring advice from the wife of Sh Ibn Uthaymeen

Our Islamic heritage is extraordinary. The scholars and teachers, students and seekers, and dā’īs and activists we have produced have left behind a legacy unmatched by any other academic or philosophical pursuit. It is testament to their commitment to their religion, their particularness with preserving narrations, and their implementation of

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

Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Scripture 16 Min Read

Ring Theory: the Quran’s Structural Coherence

The Qur’an is a very unique book in terms of its composition. Its 114 chapters (or ‘Surahs’ in Arabic) are not arranged chronologically or thematically. Even within the individual chapters, numerous topics can be covered with sudden switches from one topic to another and then back again. This unique structure

Featured General Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Spirituality 10 Min Read

The Muslim Business: An Overlooked Da’wah Opportunity

The Muslim Business: An Overlooked Da'wah Opportunity Today, as I walked into my prospective client's office, I wondered to myself if my client—whom I respectfully refer to as Uncle—would remember today's meeting. Uncle owns an Asian takeaway-cum-restaurant situated in the town centre of a popular Muslim neighbourhood. He and I met