Tag: TAQWA

Taqwā In The Last 10 Nights

Shaikh Sajid Umar delivers a pertinent reminder on the final push in these last few days of the blessed month of Ramadān...

Taqwā: The Forgotten Jewel of Ramadān

Sh Sajid Umar explains what is often easily overlooked: the core aim of fasting in Ramadan...

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The Boy that Changed the World

In the age of fictional superheroes, Sh Shaqur Rehman tells the story of a boy who really did change the world.

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A Love Letter to Islamic Children’s Books

"These characters and lands and stories have contributed to my children’s understanding of Islam and how it fits into the world they occupy."

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Quranic Community #20 | Your Inner Reality will inevitably be Exposed

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.

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Quranic Community #19 | The Final Call to All of Mankind

The final call to humanity is one that sets the benchmark for superiority. It is the ultimate divine proclamation against tribalism, nationalism, and xenophobia.

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Quranic Community #7 | Lower your Voice in the Prophet’s Revered Presence

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?

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He Made Islam Beloved To You

Have you ever thought “Is Islam compatible with feminism/capitalism/communism?”

Signs of Acceptance

All that fasting, praying, reciting...is there a way to tell if it was accepted?