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Beware of Hatred and Malice in Islam

By Abu Amina Elias / 15 Jul 2013

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

Islam teaches us to beware of hatred and malice. It is a disease of the heart whose consequences are destructive to the individual, the community, and the religion.

Anas ibn Malik (may Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:


Do not hate each other, do not envy each other, do not turn away from each other, but rather be servants of Allah as brothers.


Etiquette's of Making Du'a to Allah (SWT)

Source : DoorwaytoParadise / 2 July 2013

Du'a is the weapon of a believer so whenever we decide to make du'a we must keep the following points in our mind:

1)   Sinceritiy in making du’a:

This indeed is the most important condition that we must fulfill while making Du’a for Allah (SWT) Himself wants us to worship Him in a pure (sincere) form as it’s evident from Qur’an. Now what do we mean by sincerity in du’a? We must have 100% faith in Allah (SWT) that It is only He who can fulfill our du’a.


Treat Your Neighbour Well

By M.K.S Bawa / 1 July 2013

“Love thy Neighbour as thyself” is a proverbial saying. Love is a feeling of deep affection towards a person or a great interest in some thing. A neighbour is a person living next door to or very near to another. Neighbourhood is one of the factors that moulds the character of a person. A good neighbourhood is developed by mutual understanding and by exchange of love and care among the people living in a locality.


Kalimas of Islam

Source : Steps2Paradise / 27 June 2013

The Kalimah is the essence of Islam. A true Muslim is one who is completely aware of the meaning of the Kalimah, proclaims it with sincerity and devotion, and acts and lives in accordance to its requirements.

Kalimah-e-Tayyabah (Word of Purity)

Laaa Ilaaha Illa-llaahu Muhammadur-Rasoolu-llaah



By ISWM / 24 June 2013

Purification of the self (nafs) or the soul (rooh) means to prepare it to receive, recognize, and reflect the Truth, namely Allah, the Creator and the Sustainer of all existence. Purification of the soul, therefore, is the purpose of all acts of worship. Allah Almighty says that the purpose of the mission of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah of him) was to purify and teach us.

He Almighty Says (what means): {As we have sent to you a messenger from among you who recite to you Our verses, and purifies you, and teaches you the Book and wisdom, and teaches you what you knew not.} [Quran 2:151]


Change of Qiblah

Source : Onislam.net / 22 June 2013

Two momentous events in the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) bear special significance as regards the institution of Prayer (salah) in Islam: The Miraj (the Prophet's Ascension) and the change of the qiblah from Jerusalem to Makkah.


Islam prohibits sinful speech, excessive laughter

Source : Arabnews.com / 14 June 2013

ISLAM prohibits sinful speech that intends to cause harm to other human beings. It also prohibits excessive laughter or extreme humor.

People in general do not think twice about what they are saying; they forget that every word they utter is being recorded and will have to be accounted for on the Last Day.


Ways for New Muslims to Find Inner Peace

By Sumayyah Meehan / 13 June 2013

Most reverts to Islam can pinpoint the exact moment when they began to question their previous religion or began inquiring about its veracity.

For many, the journey to Islam began with a thirst for knowledge and a quest to understand the purpose of human existence.


Are suicide bombings lawful in Islam?

By Abu Amina Elias / 8 June 2013


Are suicide bombings or “martyrdom operations” allowed in Islam?


The Need for Consultation (mushāwara)

By Muhammad Haq / 7 June 2013

In the name of Allah, the most Merciful, the most Kind.

As Muslims, the best role model we have is of course, the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ(peace be upon him). About him, Allah Subhanahu wa Ta`ala (exalted is He) says:

“And indeed, you are of a great moral character.”


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