Keeping oneself to account is the key to success…
Shaikh Sajid Umar delivers a pertinent reminder on the final push in these last few days of the blessed month of Ramadān…
Have you ever wondered why you have a “bad day”?
“If the scholars are mentioned, then Mālik is the star.”
Sh Ali Hammuda explores the personality, manners and worship of Imām Abū Ḥanīfa, as well as examining the remarkable intelligence that would allow him to intellectually topple his opponents in debates.
Hero worship – or at least the way we portray our historical figures – has been problematic, writes Dr Abid Mohammed. If we depict them as being superhuman individuals who never struggled in their lives, many Muslims will feel disconnected from their own heritage.
This year, Ramadan came at the perfect time during a time of collective difficulty. Now, a couple of months later, as life is slowly starting to move in a new direction, we prepare to welcome the blessed month of Dhul Hijjah.
“The decline of Muslims is due not to the shortcomings in Islam but to their failure to live up to Islam.”
As a vicegerent placed by Allāh on this Earth, Allāh has given you, the Muslim student, an even higher purpose than to become a breadwinner or careerist, writes Ustadha Fatima Barkatulla
Mosques should NOT re-open until they follow these steps, says charity specialist Jahangir Mohammed