Tag: SIN

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Happiness is Found Here

In no era in history has the means of comfort and welfare ever been so within reach like they are today. Never has the knowledge of the world’s complex mysteries and the ability of subduing nature's unfriendly elements ever been attained like it has today. Online shopping, laser eye surgery,

You Reap What You Sow

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

Three Men and a Cave

The story of the three men who were trapped in the cave is one of the most authentic of stories that can be attributed to the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam), however, it is often neglected despite it containing real solutions to what we are experiencing as Muslims at

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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Six Signs of a Hypocrite

The longest Sūrah of the Qur’ān is Sūrah Al-Baqara. It is introduced by giving the characteristics of three different categories of people. The first four verses speak in description of the people of Īmān. It then goes on to describe the disbelievers in just two verses. The verses then go

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The Brothers of Bal’aam

This article is an adapted translation of its original, Ikhwan Balʿām, written in Arabic by Dr. ʿAbdul ʿAzīz ʿAbdul Laṭīf. Balʿām changed from being a righteous man whose supplications were accepted into an iniquitous heretic who reneged on his faith. He was an individual who altered his righteous ways for