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Hadiths on Friday

Source : / 19 Oct 2013

Abu Huraira (may Allah be pleased with him) reported:

The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, mentioned the day of Friday and he (peace and blessings of Allah be pleased with him)  said

During it is an hour when any Muslim servant who stands in prayer and asks Allah the Exalted for something will have it granted,” and he indicated with his hand that the time is very short.


Practical Tips for Dhul-Hijjah Days

By Muhammad Fathi / 7 Oct 2013

Have you missed some of the precious time of the previous Ramadan?
Do you feel you could have done more in that blessed month? Are you disappointed with your performance during the last ten days of Ramadan and feel an overwhelming yearning for the spirituality of Laylat Al-Qadr?


Did Prophet Muhammad use profanity and vulgar language?

By Abu Amina Elias / 16 Sep 2013


Did Prophet Muhammad use curses and profanity? Some non-Muslims say he did and some Muslim preachers use vulgar insults against people.


In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

The Messenger of Allah did not swear, cuss, use profane language, curse others, or spread obscenity. Rather, he warned us about such language and he counseled us to uphold the integrity and dignity of the believer by avoiding such behavior.


Did Islam Spread by the Sword?

Source : / 11 Sep 2013

It’s a common accusation made against Muslims and Islam in general: “The only reason Islam is a world religion is because it spread by the sword.” It’s a favorite remark of Islamophobes who parade as analysts and historians fear-mongering about the threat Islam supposedly poses to the Western World. With it being such a hot topic that causes so much debate, it is appropriate to analyze and study this topic to better understand whether it is valid or not.


Is it permissible for a Muslim to curse people?

By Abu Amina Elias / 10 Sep 2013


Are Muslims allowed to curse people?


In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful A “curse” in the Islamic context means to be deprived of the mercy of Allah.

It is not permissible for a Muslim to curse a specific person, animal, or object.


The Prophet's (ﷺ) love for his Ummah : Video

When he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) bled due to his injuries, he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would hold on to his blood saying,

“I fear that if a drop of my blood should fall upon the earth, God will envelop them with a punishment.”

He (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said“O God guide my people, for verily they do not know”



Feed, greet and pray: The Prophetic peace formula

By Dr. Hazem Said & Maha Ezzeddine / 6 Sep 2013

Abdullah ibn Salam (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated: “When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) arrived for the first time in Madinah, I went with everyone to see him. When I saw him, I knew his face was not that of a liar. The first words he said were, “O people, feed the hungry, spread Salam (greeting of peace), maintain your kin relationships, and pray at night while others are asleep. With this, you shall enter Heaven in peace.” (Al-Bukhari)


Repelling Evil with Good and Winning the Hearts of Enemies

By Abu Amina Elias / 31 Aug 2013

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

Allah has praised those who respond to evil with good deeds.

Those who repel evil with good will find that their enemies will become their friends.


Can Muslims Attend the Funerals of Non Muslims?

By Sidi Ml. Abdullah Muhammad al-Marbuqi al-Shafi‘i / 31 Aug 2013


Assalaamu ‘alaykum. Alhamdulillah we see that people from different religions and cultures are entering islam, some of them still maintaining strong family ties with their non-muslim relatives inspite of it. Coming to the question, is it permissible to go to non-muslim families’ funerals? If so, what part can be played in the execution of the funeral? I think also that some of the main concerns of the reverts are that if they don’t attend the funeral, the family feels offended.


12 Tips for Teens on How to Help the Poor and Needy

Source : / 22 Aug 2013

What can you, a teenager who doesn't have a lot of money or resources, do to help the poor and needy? More than you think! Most young adults are blessed with the creativity and intelligence to find ways to help others despite limited resources. Here are some tips that can perhaps start the creative process:

1. Give a portion of your allowance each week to a poor and needy person or a cause that supports them


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