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Correcting the concept of victory after the ICJ ruling

Can you link a boy, a monk, a king, a magician, and the People of the Ditch to the recent ICJ ruling against Israel?

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“Save yourselves and your families from a fire”

Lessons from Sūrat al-Tahrīm continue...

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An Open Letter to my Brothers on Road

She stayed awake with you as a baby and guarded over your life. Now, she stays awake because she fears the next young man to bleed out on the pavements or in the back of an ambulance will be you.

Dua For Dunya

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

A roadmap to paradise from one verse of the Qur’an

Focus on these ten qualities to get to Paradise

Arguing with your Hands and Legs

Generally, one sins to satisfy his desires and to gratify his exterior limbs. Then on the Day of Judgement, man’s entire ordeal is to protect them from the smouldering fire. He will, for them, even lie to dispute his case before the Almighty. But gone are the days when lying

When Each Criminal Will Step Aside

Gardens, rivers, trees, springs and beautiful spouses, perpetual life and everlasting joy. He who misses out would rather be put to eternal death than to observe this bliss and yet be separated from it. To be summoned to one side, reprimanded, ahead of a long, strenuous existence. All for what?

Do you ever daydream about a brighter future?

Imagine being given a blank cheque signed off by a billionaire to enjoy as you wish. The things you could buy and places you could go would be determined by the extent of your imagination. If you can think it, you can have it! Though such a scenario is but

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II – The EVEN GREATER Loss of the One who does not Pray

In the previous article, The Great Loss of the One who does not Pray, we discussed the worldly loss of a person who neglects their Ṣalāh. We explored the Ṣalāh in its relation to Īmān, as an unparalleled act of worship, as a treasure of this Dunya, as being equated to

An honour to outshine emperors

When Allāh frightens the disbelievers, He provides reassurance to the believers. Transitioning from a frightening scene of anguish and accountability, the chapter depicts the situation of those who expended their moments in worship and good action. After a busy life, full of struggle, sacrifice, patience and perseverance, the only thing