Tag: FORBIDDEN

Trials Transformed 4 Min Read

Fanatical disbelief of the people of Prophet Nūh

In this part of the Trials Transformed series, we learn from Nūh (ʿalayhi al-Salām) and his centuries of perseverance.

Trials Transformed 6 Min Read

Prophet Ādam and his removal from Paradise

In this part of the Trials Transformed series, we learn from Ādam and Hawa (ʿalayhima al-Salām) and their departure to Earth.

Trials Transformed 5 Min Read

An introduction to adversity

This is the first part of a series exploring trials and transforming them into tools to better ourselves as Muslims.

39°C!? The Extraordinary Secrets of Lowering the Gaze

Today could see unprecedented temperatures, maybe up to 39C in the South-East. And despite expert heat warnings, many will be encouraged to greet the soaring heat onto their bared flesh. With such a reality, today, we must renew our commitment, not only to protecting our eyes from the burning heat

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The Eye that Rules the Heart

Our two eyes weigh less than 30 grams each, yet are made up of more than 200 million working parts, and serve a function that around half of the brain is dedicated to. According to the Discover Eye Foundation, our eyes process more than 36,000 pieces of information every hour.

Education Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Opinion Propagation Women 16 Min Read

Don’t play Dare with Divorce

Protecting the Muslim Marriage Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 In this series we have been discussing the importance of the topic of marriage and divorce that so many of us belittle or neglect until we run into problems. We were reminded that any

Current Affairs Islamic Law 7 Min Read

“But you don’t know her intentions!”

"But you don't know her intentions!": Before you respond, understand. "But you don't know her intentions!" the young man shouted from the audience. Indeed I did not. Though to be fair, neither did he. What really perplexed me however was what her intentions had to do with what I was