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The Fiqh of Socialising

Ten tips to make the most out of your gatherings...

15 Cures For Sadness

Sh Ali Hammuda distils 15 remarkable cures from the Qur'ān, Sunna and early Muslims, for an epidemic sweeping across the modern world: Sadness

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Envy Cuts Its Own Throat

In 2009, a 48 year old unmarried man, George Sodini from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA, walked into a gym aerobics class and began shooting, killing three women and wounding nine others before turning the gun on himself. What police initially believed was a random ‘murder-suicide’ was soon discovered to have been

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Structure & Order in the Face of Chaos

The Dīn of Islām, being the perfect way of life that it is, is one which raises mankind upon the most noble of characteristics and prestigious of traits. Amongst these countless characteristics of goodness which it seeks to nurture within people are those that pertain to being ordered, systematic and

Ibn al-Qayyim on Sabr

Allāh, Glorious and Most High, made patience a racehorse that never falters or stumbles; a sword that never loses its sharpness; a vanquishing army that is never defeated, and a fortress that does not dilapidate and is never taken by force. Patience and divine help are like two blood-brothers that

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With ‘SubhānAllāh’ we End our Journey

Yā Sīn takes the believer on a voyage of endless lessons. It begins by confirming the veracity of the Messenger (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam), leaving no doubt, and outlines his purpose. It provides stories of those who passed and their efforts, receptions, rational and cogent arguments as to the

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