The right of truth is for it to be imparted, not hidden or obscured. In Arabic, the word for ‘worthy‘ (ahaq) derives from the word for ‘truth’ (haq). This implies that the truth is the worthiest pursuit and objective.
Allah chose and prepared Musa ﷺ for Himself, and Sh Ali Hammuda distills five ways you can take a share of that favour
Following on from his last article, Abul Baraa gives some practical keys to look out for when making tadabbur of the Qur’ān…
10 ways to enable you to ponder over the Qur’ān…
How can you make the most out of the remaining days of Ramadān?
“And you may hate a matter whilst it is good for you and you may love a matter whilst it is bad for you, and Allah knows and you do not know.”
Now that we are past the halfway point of Ramaḍān, the initial hype will have begun to dampen. How can we continue to make the most of the remaining days?
Five promises Allah has made you that you don’t want to ignore
This maxim from the Qur’an highlights a natural impulse that all human beings have which we must control: the impulse to justify one’s actions
This Quranic principle means success in all goals, whether for your worldly life or hereafter