Tag: GOOD

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Creed of Catastrophe: What to Believe in Good & Bad Times

A treatise by Sh Haitham al-Haddad on what Muslims are obligated to believe regarding comfort and calamity—including pandemics.

The Pure & Impure Are Not Equal

“Say, ‘Good and evil are not equal, even if the abundance of evil might impress you. So fear Allāh, O people of understanding, that you may be successful.’”

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Iblis is not an equal to Allah

As Muslims, we know that Iblīs (Satan) is not equal to Allah in power, authority or might. By the very definition of Allāh’s name, Allāh is not comparable to anything; there is none like Him. Allāh is the Greatest; a definitive statement which is affirmed – absent of any need

Dua For Dunya

Sh Ali Hammuda's series on the best duas you can make

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Who are the people of regret?

Regret is an incredibly powerful negative emotion that, at times, can become so extreme that, if not managed with īmān, can make a person suicidal...

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Stephen Fry’s “challenge to God” – when arrogance blinds minds

Since Stephen Fry made headlines for his infamous "challenge" against "God", Dr Izzadeen Chowdhury highlights the results of the dangerous combination of ignorance and arrogance...

You Reap What You Sow

Ahmed Hammuda discusses the universal law and ancient proverb, "al-Jazā min Jins al-ʿAmal"

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Rise Above Your Fear

Hands up if you feel like the world is about to end at any minute. Worry not, you are probably not alone. The times we live in are chaotic and the world around us seems to get darker every day. Watching the news has become a surreal experience, as we

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Apathetic Muslim?

It’s that time again… Parliament has been dissolved. Political parties are in full-blown campaign mode. Mud is being slung, promises are being made, battle lines are being drawn. Over the next few weeks leading up to the 2015 general election in May many people will be talking about who to