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106 Reasons: 'Why I Converted to Islam'

106 Reasons: 'Why I Converted to Islam'

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Dubai's Islamic affairs department recently published a book in which over a 100 people shared their reasons for converting (or reverting) to Islam.

In Allah We Trust: What Tawakkul Really Means

In Allah We Trust: What Tawakkul Really Means

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"At-Tawakkul ‘ala Allah" is the Islamic concept of complete reliance on Allah or "trusting in Allah's plan." The root word in Arabic is وَكَلَ (wakala) which means to entrust, charge or authorize. Allah is al-Wakeel, the Disposer of Affairs, the One entrusted, relied upon, depended upon and sufficient to take care of all matters.

What Does Allah Want From Us First?

What Does Allah Want From Us First?

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The first thing to do is have a proper attitude. In Islam, "deeds" mean actions and spoken words, and that includes attitudes. Passing thoughts are not accountable.

Knowledge That Does Not Benefit

Knowledge That Does Not Benefit

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This article is for those who do seek knowledge, whether that is through reading or attending classes or even online. This is for those of us who want to know more, to improve ourselves, and to get closer to our Rabb.

All About Suhoor And Iftar

All About Suhoor And Iftar

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IT is Allah's mercy that He blessed us with two meals during this month of fasting so we could recharge and energize ourselves. We should educate ourselves about the meals to reap the best out of it, In sha Allah.

Practical Steps To Become Practicing

Practical Steps To Become Practicing

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Many of us want to do more, want to become better. We want to become practicing Muslims but it all seems so overwhelming and we don’t know where to start.

Why Should Muhammad Be The Final Prophet?

Why Should Muhammad Be The Final Prophet?

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From the time of Muhammad's prophethood conditions in the world have been conducive to the transmission of God's message to all civilizations, making the appointment of additional prophets unnecessary.

Do Muslims Really Stone the Devil in Hajj?

Do Muslims Really Stone the Devil in Hajj?

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Muslims DON’T stone the devil in Hajj every year. We stone the Jamarat, not any devil, Shaitan or Shayateen (pl. of Shaitan). The pillars of Jamarat are not devils. This is a misconception even among a few uneducated Muslims. Scholars continue to clarify this point every year during Hajj.

Who is Muhammad ﷺ and Why is he so Popular?

Who is Muhammad ﷺ and Why is he so Popular?

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Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him hailed from the noblest of families and was well-known to his people. He had never lied, never prostrated to an idol, and never did anything that would have blemished his character. His word was respected, his judgment final, because he was never unjust.