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  • How to Explain Our Ideas?

    By: Dr. Tarek Alghannam Many of us may have ambition and hopes to skip the reality of working along with its difficulties and routines to a broad and new horizon, where a person can achieve his aspirations, realize his ambitions and dreams, and contributes to the development of his country. However, not all of us can fulfill our hopes; some of us stop.. More

  • Watch Your Way

    By: A group of articles by Mr. Mahmoud Mohamed Shaker Since Islam religion was revealed on Earth, it spread north, south, east, and west, crossing the boundaries of the surrounding countries. Islam has cleansed and purged many countries from polytheism, atheism, and calling for gods other than Allah. However, enmity has always gathered against Islam.. More

  • The Refugees to the Cave

    By: Dr. Hamza ibn Faye’ Al-Fathi Writer’s Name: Dr. Hamza ibn Faye’ Al-Fathi They were in a cave; just imagine its darkness, narrowness, and frightfulness; however, the cave was full of mercies, full of lights, and flows with blessings, while there are people who have been living in their dark caves of life, miserable livelihoods.. More

  • Enduring what your child enjoys

    When Allah the Almighty bestows upon someone the blessing of children, He in fact has conferred the best worldly adornment upon him, especially if those children are healthy and lively like all normal children. It is a great pleasure for us to see them grow day by day and we are always eager to observe their every next development. Today, the teeth.. More

  • The reasons for the revelation of the verse: 'They ask you about the spoils of war'

    Al-Anfal is an Arabic term that translates to the spoils of war. It refers to the property left behind by enemies captured by Muslims during their Jihad (fighting against their enemies); the ruling on it was mentioned in the Quran. Allah the Exalted Says (what means): {They ask you, [O Muhammad], about the spoils [of war]. Say, "The [decision concerning].. More

  • Considering the individual differences between family members

    When Allah the Almighty created all things and gave them of His bounties, they came to be different from each other. Allah the Almighty mentions that difference in the Quran (what means): {And [We] have raised some of them above others in degrees [of rank]} [Quran 43:32] This excelling may be related to physical skill, depth of knowledge, intellectual.. More

  • Quran: The Way to Salvation

    The Book of Allah is the rain that brings forth true life on Earth. I bear witness that there is no deity besides Allah—alone, who has no partner, no equal; Lord of the Messengers, Creator of the heavens and the earths. I bear witness that Muhammad is His devoted-servant and His Messenger sent with a Clear Book that separates guidance from misguidance,.. More

  • Seek forgiveness and do not Despair

    Here is a Qudsi Hadeeth (sacred narration) that gives boundless hope to believers, and it depicts the depth of Almighty Allah's Great Forgiveness and Mercy. The subject of this article is the discussion that is based on this Qudsi Hadeeth that is reffered below. Anas, may Allaah be pleased with him, reported:‘I heard the Messenger of Allah,.. More

  • Repentance and reliance Increase the believer's blessings

    In the context of Prophet Nooh (Noah), may Allaah exalt his mention, Allah the Almighty Says (what means): {And said, 'Ask forgiveness of your Lord. Indeed, He is ever a Perpetual Forgiver. He will send [rain from] the sky upon you in [continuing] showers.And give you increase in wealth and children and provide for you gardens and provide for you rivers}[Qura.. More

  • Intermixing between non-mahram men and women

    Intermixing between women and non-mahram (marriageable) men occurs in some communities without being considered a problem, under the pretext that it is the custom of their fathers and grandfathers and that their intentions are good. In such communities, you see the woman sitting with her husband’s brother or her sister’s husband or with.. More

  • Maintaining discipline in worship

    'Abdullah would rise before Fajr (dawn) each morning and rush to the Masjid to offer the prayer. He would return to the Masjid for Maghrib (sunset) and 'Ishaa' (night) prayers as well. He read the Quran daily. He studied other Islamic books in his spare time. He spent much of his free time with his family and took his role as the spiritual leader in.. More

  • Early childhood: the best period to build faith

    The early years — we do not exaggerate if we say the early moments — of the child’s life are the best and most important periods to build up the aspects of faith in the child and instill the creed of Tawheed (Islamic Monotheism) and knowing Allah, the Almighty, in him. Therefore, the Prophetinstructed Muslims to let the words of the.. More

  • Helpful Tips to Quit Smoking

    If you were to apprise a smoker about the harmful effects of smoking and ask him when he plans to quit smoking, he would probably say: tomorrow or the day after, or simply, "later". A person who answers in this manner is not convinced in his heart of the prohibition of smoking in Islam and its harmful effects on his health. It is quite probable.. More

  • Bribery leads to corruption and destruction

    If bribery spreads throughout a society, it will undoubtedly be corrupt and doomed to destruction. Man undertook the Trust that was offered to the heavens and the earth but they refused to bear it. Hence, it is obligatory on man to observe this Trust in the most perfect way that is required of him in order to win the pleasure of Allah the Almighty and.. More

  • Severity and violence lead to remorse

    In a Hadeeth on the authority of ‘A‘ishah may Allaah be pleased with her, it was mentioned that some Jews came to the Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, and said: “As-Samu 'Alaykum [death be on you].” ‘A‘ishah may Allaah be pleased with her therefore said (to the Jews), “[Death] be upon you, and may Allah.. More

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