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What Qur'an Says on Living Under Oppression

What Qur'an Says on Living Under Oppression

These verses are speaking of a real situation that existed in Makkah and elsewhere in the Arabian Peninsula after the Prophet’s migration and the establishment of the Islamic state. There were still
Last Updated on Sunday, 19 October 2014 14:22

Time to Be Charitable

Time to Be Charitable
He will then feel pangs of regret and wish he could have more time to be charitable and join with those people who are righteous. Such wishes benefit him nothing {But to no soul will Allah grant respi
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 October 2014 05:27

Time: A Blessing and a Trust

Time: A Blessing and a Trust
The average American spends about 184,000 hours (almost 21 years) watching television and/or surfing the internet. We also spend about 2-3 years’ time opening the junk mail or reading and deleting j
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 13:16

Explanation of Surat Al-‘Asr

Explanation of Surat Al-‘Asr
Imam ash-Shafi’i has some wonderful things to say about Surat Al-`Asr,-“If people were to ponder on this chapter, it would amaze them.”-“If this was the only chapter sent to humanity, it would
Last Updated on Saturday, 11 October 2014 14:37

Those Who Swallow Fire (Qur'anic Warning)

Those Who Swallow Fire (Qur'anic Warning)
The first verse touches on parental heartstrings, describing typical parental fear for what may happen to their offspring. They are made to imagine their children, weak, defenseless, left alone with n
Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 14:53

How the Qur'an Depicts the Hypocrites

How the Qur'an Depicts the Hypocrites
They are the enemy within, hiding within the Muslim ranks. Hence, they represent greater danger than the external enemy. Therefore, the Prophet is instructed to beware of them. He is not, however, ins
Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 October 2014 12:07

Why Companions Felt Uneasy about Sa`i

Why Companions Felt Uneasy about Sa`i
Although Makkah was hostile territory for the Muslims for many years after their migration to Madinah, it was possible for some of them to visit it for pilgrimage or `Umrah. It is most probably such i
Last Updated on Sunday, 28 September 2014 15:28

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