Tag: PUNISHMENT

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The Language of Mercy in Islamic Discourse | Face to Face

In this Face to Face episode, Sheikh Alomgir Ali discusses the language of mercy in contemporary Islamic discourse.

Dua For Dunya

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

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My Open Letter to Pakistan’s New PM Imran Khan & His People

Imran Khan has today been declared the 22nd Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Sh Dr Haitham al-Haddad reminds him and his supporters of the gravity of this responsibility...

Could YOU be to Blame for the State of the Ummah?

“Indeed, Allāh will not change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves."

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Tunisia, Reformation and the Reverse-Engineering of the Sharīʿah

Reverse-engineering of Islamic rulings takes place when certain legal principles, Islamic ideas and scholarly statements are cherry-picked and elevated to act as sources of Shariah...

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

You Reap What You Sow

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

The Disability of Misguidance

How would you picture the physical state of misguidance? Is it merely to embrace another opinion, a state within the spectrum of freedom of thought, or something without a picture? Whatever we imagine, it is limited by the degree of our own guidance. The extent of its severity can only

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

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Indonesia takes a leaf from the US Terror Playbook

Indonesia’s anti-terror police squad Densus 88 is once again attracting significant public attention. The government’s efforts to counter the threats of terrorism are once more faced with criticism. The cause is the death of Siyono (34 years) in Klaten, Central Java last Friday. The ‘accused terrorist’ died after being picked