Tag: SIRAT

When Your Deeds Are Weighed

Shaikh Abu Rumaysah takes us through a powerfully detailed journey through the Day of Judgement...

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

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

The need for guidance in an age of confusion

In the age of globalisation and mass media, the promotion and exchange of ideas has never been so easy. Whilst this can lead to a healthy growth in knowledge and wisdom, it can also add to more confusion, especially when falsehood is given a mouthpiece to espouse its views. In