Monday, October 23, 2017
Safar 3, 1439

How often do you recite Quran?

Daily - I rarely miss it. At least once a week. Once in a while. I have not recited Quran in a long time.
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How to deal with bad in-Laws


Question I have two questions: 1. My sister-in-law (husband’s sister) treated me in a bad way and would yell at me and humiliate me in front of everyone. People used to ask me how she was with me. I only spoke the truth and said what she did to me, and I did not lie. I heard that it is okay to do that to get back at the oppressor. Is this true? I read a fatwa that says that this is not considered backbiting. Did I do something wrong? I never ever replied to her when she was hurting me; I just kept quiet, because Prophet Mohammed, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, ordered to either speak g...... More

Follow their Footprints


There have been people who insisted on leaving their imprints on life, and this is why history has immortalized their mention. They formed the civilization of their Ummah (nation); their renaissance became a source of goodness and light for the entire world, and they were the lanterns which lit the way for the West during their age of darkness. Al-Hasan – The devoted scholar and hunter o...... More

History of the Sunnah -II: The era of the Companions and their followers


Most scholars group the main aspects of the methodology of the Companions, may Allaah be pleased with them, in preserving the Sunnah into the following seven categories: prudence in narrating the hadeeths, verification and substantiation of the hadeeths before accepting them, critique, discussions and assessment of the narration, traveling for search and confirmation of the hadeeths, memorization,...... More

The Explanation of Soorat Al-Bayyinah (Clear Evidence) – I


In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful 1. Those who disbelieved among the People of the Scripture and the polytheists were not to be parted [from disbelief] until there came to them clear evidence — 2. A Messenger from Allah, reciting purified scriptures. 3. Within which are correct writings [i.e. rulings and laws]. 4. Nor did those who were given the Scripture beco...... More

Da'wah priorities in the Quran


Da'wah is an Arabic word which comes close to the word "invite" or "invitation" in English. The understanding of the usage of the word "Da'wah" with regard to the faith of Islam is that it is the responsibility of the Muslims to "invite" all humanity to the way of Islam, i.e., submission to the One True God (Allah Almighty) on His terms. Da'wah is incumbent ...... More

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Tattoos in Islam


Question: Why are tattoos banned in Islam? No they don't affect health, nothing will happen to you if you get a little tattoo. Also, if it affects Tahaarah, that is not true. Does God Almighty care about a little centimeter of dotted skin? Fatwa: All perfect praise be to Allah, The Lord of the Worlds. I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allah, and that Muhammad, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, is His slave and Messenger. You have to know that Allah is All-Wise in His Legislation and Decree; His Words are The Truth, and His Rulings are Just. Allah Says (what means): ...... More

Grave Consequences of Bad Manners


The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, guided his Ummah (nation) to everything that is good and warned them against everything that is evil. Bad morals are among the things which the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, warned us against. They are detestable and indicate an unrighteous demeanor that usually arises from the unsoundness of the heart. Pillars of Bad Morals Ibn-u...... More

Fighting Satanic Thoughts about Life


Question I always feel so depressed, and I have mood swings and sometimes think about other religions. I am sure that I am right, but it is as if Satan is dragging me to think these thoughts, and I try to neglect them. At other times, I think that like everything is haram and that I am supposed to die or live a miserable life and that it is wrong to be happy. I was not like that before; I was cheerful and optimistic, but these thoughts deprive me from living. Every day, I pray that Allah would help me and take me from this world which I no longer bear. I pray on time and read Quran daily, a...... More

Belief in the Hereafter


Belief in the Hereafter is one of the six pillars of Islamic belief required of a Muslim in order to complete his faith. The Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, informed us about the events of the unseen which will occur after death. This fundamental belief is only completed when one has firm faith in his heart in all those matters about which the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, info...... More

The Prayer: Its prerequisites and essentials – I


In Islam, performing the Prayer is the most important, mandatory act after the testimony of faith. The Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, said: “The head of the matter is Islam, its pillar is the Prayer...”[At-Tirmithi] It is the last thing, the Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, recommended to his nation before he, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, died, saying: “The Prayer...... More

''A Muhaajir (an emigrant) is he who abandons all what Allaah has forbidden." [Al-Bukhaari]

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