Humanity First!

Saving a life is like saving the humanity as a whole! Hence, any support even to the size of a mustard seed given to a needy may make us better than the one who has spent the entire wealth just for show off!

The Triple Filter Test

Source: IslamIsEasy An acquaintance met a great scholar and said, “Do you know what I just heard about your friend?” “Hold on a minute,” the scholar replied. “Before telling me anything I’d like you to pass a little test. It’s called the Triple Filter Test.” “Triple filter?” “That’s right,” the scholar continued. “Before you talk…

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Etiquettes of criticizing in Islam

Source: Scribd It should be remembered that there are some etiquettes of giving input and feedback in Islam. Some of these are: Check your motives (Niyyah) first before opening your mouth. You should be giving constructive criticism only to help someone, not to make yourself feel better than others. Make Dua for yourself and the…

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Hijab is mandatory, not something optional

Source: IslamGreatReligion If a sister says, “I’m not yet convinced of the necessity of the Hijāb…”, then we ask her two questions. 1. Is she truly convinced of the correctness of the religion of Islām? The natural answer is: Yes, she is convinced for she responds “Lā ilāha illallāh!” (There is no god but Allāh),…

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Hijab for Muslim Men

– By Maria Zain Hijab applies to Muslim men as much as women. These requirements to cover differ from women, but the rationale for Hijab is to fortify modesty between the sexes. Hijab is often associated with Muslim women – the full dress code for a Muslim woman. Some may find it surprising to know…

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The Inner Beauty or Out

– From IslamGreatReligion We live in a society where we are constantly being judged by our appearance and actions. Words such as ‘slag’ and ‘desperado’ are now so commonly used but have you ever stopped to think, why is it that such vile words are being spread by the younger generation? There was a time…

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Posted by: KING-slave of ALLAH ! on: January 17, 2011 The first few who embraced the “new” religion in Makkah in the Arabian Peninsula on the hands of the Prophet peace be upon him, were his wife Khadijah, his servant Zaid and his eleven year old cousin Ali. Among the ones who later joined this…

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16 Ways to Kick Bad Habits

Posted by: KING-slave of ALLAH ! on: January 16, 2011 Few things are more demanding than eliminating bad habits, since they are part of our daily routines and personality. It takes days of patience and practice to break old habits. However, the good news is, Ramadan offers a perfect and natural environment for moral training….

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Advices to mothers with disobedient children

– By Bint Hajj on 11-02-2009 02:55 PM Dear Sister, I too have a 14 year old daughter. It can be confusing knowing how to continue to raise someone who is almost an adult, but Allah SWT is Most Merciful. Alhamdulillah, my daughter has not gone down the road of becoming disrespectfull or interacting with boys….

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Islamophobia in Western Media

– by Stephen Lendman on January 3, 2011 Post-9/11, Western media, especially in America and Britain, describe Muslims as fundamentalists, extremists, terrorists, and fanatics. Throughout the West, Islam is identified with violence, when, in fact it has common roots with Christianity and Judaism. Their tenets are based on love, not hate; peace, not violence; charity,…

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Why a devout Catholic decided to become a Muslim?

From Believing in God, or Allah, requires individual strength and faith in the increasingly secular society in which we live. So what could inspire somebody to change from one religion to another? As police hold Bristol Muslim convert Andrew Ibrahim for suspected terrorism involvement, reporter JACK HUNTER spoke to a Bristol student who left…

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