Sh Sajid Umar explains what is often easily overlooked: the core aim of fasting in Ramadan…
Imam Ajmal Masroor joins Salman in today’s podcast
When calamity strikes, giving someone an Islamic reminder does not take the place of showing basic compassion. Reminders are important and benefit the believers, yet there are times when a moment of empathy is the more appropriate response.
Those who accommodate doubts are unlikely to sacrifice to uphold their frail belief. The Sādiqūn -truthful ones- are those who have validated their verbal claims to Imān with the necessary action.
How many’s tongues are different to their hearts? Banū Asad’s reputation was tarnished through their very attempts to protect it. And everyone’s inner reality will one day be exposed.
Sh Ali Hammuda highlights: 5 ways Allāh prepares the month of Ramadān for us; 5 ways the people of dunya prepare; and 5 ways the people of īmān prepare for Ramadān…
Whilst Allāh commands you not to steal nor to gaze at the inviolabilities of others as an individual, He likewise commanded millions of others to not steal from you nor to look at your inviolabilities! Therefore, the primary beneficiary from Haram is you yourself. And yet, beyond you benefiting, He rewards and gives Paradise.
If it surprises you that raising your voice above the Messenger (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) can render all of your good actions obsolete, ask yourself, who taught us that objective good that we fear becoming obsolete in the first place?
The first of five calls to those of Iman: the most rudimentary mannerism of obeying Allah and His Messenger. This is the only form of unconditional obedience that every believing layman and leader adheres to.
Do you truly love for your brother what you love for yourself?