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Let’s welcome Ramadan

By Mohammed Al Sobhi | Jeddah | 14 Jul 2012

Every year when the month of Ramadan starts it seems as if the last one has just ended. One year has passed quickly and as time passes sometimes we lose the direction in our lives, getting caught up with day-to-day affairs, forgetting what we were created for and what is the purpose of our existence.

Therefore, we should greet the month of Ramadan and consider it as an opportunity to reflect on our lives and to reconsider our ways.


Death is the fastest of Allah’s creatures

Source : | 26 Jun 2012

Praised be Allah who promised to bestow a great reward upon those who surrendered to Him. Praised be Allah, who embellished the Heaven and its highest rang - the Firdaws - for His servant who invokes to Him and serves Him humbly.


What’s Sharia, and what’s wrong with Sharia Law?

Do you know the craziest thing about all the efforts some non-Muslims are undertaking to prevent Muslims from bringing Sharia Law here, to North America?


The Status of Parents in Islam

By Syed Hasan Akhtar | IRFI | 17 Jun 2012

All religions and all societies have given parents an honorable status. From a purely material viewpoint, we find ourselves indebted to our parents, particularly our mother. She not only nourished us in her womb, but went through pain and suffering. She loved us even before we were born. She toiled when we were totally helpless infants. She spent sleepless nights caring for us. Our parents as a team provided for all our needs: physical, educational, psychological, and in many instances, religious, moral, and spiritual.


Jesus: The Prophet we all love

By Tariq Qais Alsugair | ArabNews | 14 Jun 2012

Some may ask why Muslims have such great reverence for the Qur'an. The answer is obvious to everyone who may have dedicated some time to reading through its chapters. For example, Christians who have read the Qur'an and went through the story of Jesus are impressed by the fact that Muslims share with Christians the love and respect of Jesus who contributed to the righteousness of humanity.


The Law of Inheritance in Islam

By : Abdullah Magomedov | | 12 Jun 2012

(The Law of Inheritance in Islam based upon the Shafii School)


Bring Barakah to your life

By Abu Productive | | 9 Jun 2012

If we were to look for an Islamic definition of Productivity, it can probably be summarised in the word “barakah” or Blessing. Being able to achieve more with few resources, doing much in little time, and generating a lot with little effort is surely a blessing from Allah (Subahanahu Wa Ta’ala).


The Seven Under the Shade of Allah (SWT)

The Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) said: "There are seven whom Allah will shade in His Shade on the Day when there is no shade except His Shade: a just ruler; a youth who grew up in the worship of Allah, the Mighty and Majestic; a man whose heart is attached to the mosques; two men who love each other for Allah's sake, meeting for that and parting upon that; a man who is called by a woman of beauty and position (for illegal intercourse), but be says: 'I fear Allah', a man who gives in charity and hides it, such that his left hand does not know what his right hand gives in charity; and a man who remembered Allah in private and so his eyes shed tears.'"


The Power of Words

By M. Javed Naseem | IslamiCity| 4 Jun 2012

We cannot stress the importance of a kind, polite, nice and friendly word more than Allah did in the Holy Quran, teaching us how to talk to others. A kind word from us represents Islam whereas a harsh tone reminds us of devil.


Sharia: The path to salvation

By Sadakat Kadri | Huffingtonpost | 3 Jun 2012

At a time when efforts to ban sharia law have been tabled in some two dozen states, it would be interesting to know what precisely their sponsors are hoping to prohibit — because their target has a 1,400-year history that extends deep into the realms of faith.


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