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Allah – the Mighty and Majestic – explains in the noble Quran that He has promised to help and give victory to those who help Him.
Since man is created for the worship of Allah, Allah has explained all types of worship for him in the Quraan and Sunnah so that he can move closer to Allah by doing all that Allah enjoins and abstain from all that He forbids.
compassion is an upright nature upon which Allah created His slaves, Islam also affirmed it and commanded the Muslims to be compassionate.
Almighty Allâh enjoins justice and praises the just, and forbids injustice and condemns the unjust in more than 350 verses in His Book.
Uprightness on the religion of the truth is the greatest favour that Allah gave to His servants. It is, in itself, the provision for the Last Day. Allah commands that Muslims should remain steadfast in many verses in His glorious Book.
Allah also explains for us the rights of the parents, the rights of the kith and kin and the obligations of the relatives to one another
Among the destructive major sins are backbiting and slandering. These two sins were forbidden by Allah through His Prophet ﷺ because they sow enmity, evils and discord among people and lead to destruction.
Allah sent Muhammad saws to Mankind at a time when they were most in need of his message and religion.
Ramadan is one of the twelve Arabic months. It is a month which is venerated in the Islamic religion, and it is distinguished from the other months by a number of characteristics and virtues.
Being truthful is one of the necessities of a human society, one of the virtues of human behaviour, and brings great benefits, whilst lying is one of the major elements of corruption in human society.
The Muslim considers justice in its general context to be one of the most obligatory and necessary obligations.
The last and final messenger of Allah, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was the kindest of all. Allah made him mercy and source of compassion for all the humanity
Tooba for the one who desires to be just to himself for the sake of His Lord and recognises his ignorance, the great deficiency in his actions and his defects.
Allah, the One free from all defects. Himself bears witness to His Oneness, and He is the greatest of witnesses. Then He chose from His creation the angels and the scholars – this is sufficient to show their excellence.
Imân is in two halves: half is patience ( sabr) and half is gratitude ( shukr).
The believer is not one who performs the ordained religious duties superficially and avoids what is forbidden only, but he is one whose faith is absolute, with no objection whatsoever arising in his heart and no obsession dwelling in his soul.
Istighfar, meaning seeking forgiveness, is mentioned in the Qur’an in two ways: either by itself or coupled with tawbah (repentance).
All [religious] practice prescribes the remembrance of God, and to achieve this remembrance is its goal.
Ibn al-Qaiyim mentioned ten causes that result in Allah’s love for His slave and the slave’s love for his Lord.
The seeker inevitable realizes his sins and failings, and feels that he is in serious danger on account of them.