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What Would Jesus Do? (Part 1)

What Would Jesus Do? (Part 1)

As a Prophet of Islam, what might Jesus say to the politicians of today? There is plenty of food and water to go round, he would say. It is just a matter of sharing the resources we have...
Last Updated on Saturday, 29 August 2015 03:41

Prophet Abraham and the Ka’bah - Part 1

Prophet Abraham and the Ka’bah - Part 1
Abraham and his wife and son were people of deep faith. Hagar accepts that Allah has instructed Abraham to bring her to this place with her baby son. Later on, the young Ishmael is ready to accept...
Last Updated on Thursday, 27 August 2015 06:49

Who is the Creator?

Who is the Creator?
Eternity of existence logically implies everlastingness. If something is eternal then it does not depend for its existence on anything outside itself. If this is so then it can never pass away...
Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 August 2015 11:52

Count Your Blessings and Be Humble (Video)

Count Your Blessings and Be Humble (Video)
Are you humble or arrogant? Why is humility important for a believer? Compared to the universe we are nothing. Allah has brought our attention to that we are small, we are powerless, we are minuscule
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 August 2015 11:01

Some Moral Lessons from the Story of Prophet Yusuf

Some Moral Lessons from the Story of Prophet Yusuf
What is the difference between happiness and pleasure? In contrast to pleasure, happiness comes from inside and doesn't need external conditions. It is the outcome of your connection with Allah...
Last Updated on Monday, 24 August 2015 07:42

What Are the Meanings of Al-Razzaq?

What Are the Meanings of Al-Razzaq?
Do you believe God is the All-Provider? If you believe in Allah, the Most Gracious, and are constantly conscious of Him, no loss of material provision can ever bring you misery or depression...
Last Updated on Sunday, 23 August 2015 08:26

Rewards for Sincere Repentance

Rewards for Sincere Repentance
His reward is forgiveness for his sins, atonement for his mistakes, and admission into Paradise. But there are three conditions for a sincere repentance. If his sin involved any injury to another part
Last Updated on Sunday, 23 August 2015 11:40

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