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Keys to Success according to Ibn Qayyim
Posted on 11/08/2014
Edited by A.B. al-MehriIn Ibn Qayyim's book on Paradise [Hadi al-Arwah ila Bilad al-Arwah] and he discusses the key to Paradise, without which you cannot enter and made a summary of a few key concepts and the keys to them. Some of the KEYS he mentioned were - The Key to:Hajj - is IhramBirr - is TruthfulnessJannah - is Tawhee...
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Complete Audio-Book of 'Love of Allah [swt]:Experience the Beauty of Salah
Posted on 22/02/2014
[AUDIOBOOK] Complete reading of one of the most amazing books on Salah in the English language - 'Love of Allah [swt]: Experience the Beauty of Salah'We encourage all to read the book and share it with family and friends - Share the reward!!!Sweetness of this Life....As the author notes about our Crea...
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The Polar Vortex
Posted on 16/02/2014
"The great Syrian scholar Abu Sulayman ad-Darani once said: "I walk out of my home, and my eyesight doesn't fall on anything around me except that I see in it either a blessing from Allah or a warning from Him."This week's edition of Time magazine briefly highlights one such sign. The heading reads 'The Big Chill - The polar vortex left its mark, f...
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A Guide for the New Muslim
Posted on 27/01/2014
A Guide for New Muslims and is one of his best introductions to Islam yet. The collection is also of benefit to those who are looking to revert to Islam, as well as those who are looking for valuable Dawah materials. Br. Jamaal Zarabozo offers his insight and practical guidance to those entering Islam, and answers many frequently asked qu...
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Never Shed Your Leaves
Posted on 27/01/2014
The believer is like a tree, always at war with the wind. To survive the wind, the tree must possess certain qualities. For example, its seed must be planted in fertile soil that allows it to grow strong. This is described in the Qur'an: {"Muhammad is the Messenger of God, and those with him ... their description in the Gos...
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Language: The Main Vehicle Of Contemplation
Posted on 27/01/2014
Despite the complexity of this problem, research in cognitive psychology has become familiar with many secrets of human internal intellectual and mental activities and their precise relation with language. With the help of modern computer, it has been possible to set up simplified programs to clarify some of the methods followed by the human mi...
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Inimitability of the Qur'an and Some Evidences of It Being From Allah [swt]
Posted on 27/01/2014
Follow us we'll show you a straight path and show you some matters which will prove that the Quran is God's word: FIRST - Because it is the pinnacle of linguistic perfection. The Arabs [of Jahiliyyah] were not accustomed to its form. Their linguistic abilities were hindered by the fact that its exp...
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The Future Is For Islam
Posted on 27/01/2014
The day Islam gave a new concept of values and standards to mankind and showed the way to learn these values and standards, it also provided it with a new concept of human relationships. Islam came to return man to his Sustainer and to make His guidance the only source from which values and standards are to be obtained, as H...
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Understanding the Qur'an's Challenge
Posted on 23/01/2014
Throughout human history, Allah [s.w.t] sent numerous prophets to different parts of the world and to all its different nations. Prophets were chosen from amongst the people and were no different in physical make-up to any other human being. All prophets in essence carried the message of tawheed whilst some messengers were given additional ...
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Patience and Gratitude
Posted on 23/01/2014
Sabr is an Arabic word which comes from a root meaning to detain, refrain and stop. There is expression in Arabic, "so-and-so was killed sabran", which means that he was captured and detained until he died. In the spiritual sense, patience means to stop ourselves from despairing and panicking, to stop our tongues from complaining, and to st...
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