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The Unique Chapter That Can Cure You

The Unique Chapter That Can Cure You

There are many different stories and narrations about how chapter Al-Fatihah was brought into the lives of the righteous. But I want to share with you one of my particular favorite hadith to start the series off.

Finding Allah in loss and hardship

Finding Allah in loss and hardship

If in your hardship you rediscover a meaningful relationship with Allah, then you better believe that that hardship is the best thing that ever happened to you.

The two biggest threats to your faith

The two biggest threats to your faith

If I was to ask you, what is the most dangerous thing and the biggest threat to your Iman (faith)? You might think about circumstances, major sins, social media, bad friends… You’ll think about certain things that are forbidden and prohibited like adultery, fornication, drinking alcohol, theft… All these things that we said that iman would even depart from a person if they are guilty of these things.

5 Things You Need to Know About the Muslim Prayer

5 Things You Need to Know About the Muslim Prayer

Allah has ordered Muslims to pray at five set times of day: Dawn, before sunrise: Fajr. Midday, after the sun passes its highest point: Dhuhr. The late part of the afternoon: Asr. Just after sunset: Maghrib. Late evening: Isha.

The Sunnah: A Unique History

The Sunnah: A Unique History

How did the Sunnah reach us? In this article, you will find a detailed answer to this question, and a logic responses to those who pose it regardless of their intentions, as well as demonstrating one of the characteristics of this seal religion that is saved from distortion.

Just One Message

Just One Message

Studying the concept of God in the Bible and the Qur’an sincerely and objectively, a sincere seeker of the truth would be able to discern the unique qualities belonging to the true God only.

Ruling on Abandoning Salaah

Ruling on Abandoning Salaah

The Islamic Ruling on abandoning Salah out of laziness or denial of its obligation with clarifying the difference between them.