If the human mind were to try to explain the total break between Muhammad's life before receiving his message and his life after it, it would inevitably conclude that the new knowledge Muhammad expres
Arabic linguists say that taqlid is derived from the root word qalada, which is a necklace that is fastened around the neck. From it comes the taqlid of a road; it is as though the follower fastens th
Hijrah of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) is considered to be a very special occasion for Muslims as it highlights the importance of submission of one’s self to God Almighty.
One of the universal laws of Allah which govern the issue of providence with all its kinds is that if we thank Allah, He will multiply the blessings or replace them with something better.
With the rules he imposed on Muslims, his just and tolerant attitude towards those of other religions, languages, races, and tribes, and his way of not discriminating between rich and poor, but treati
The tree of humiliation stems from a seed of neediness. Nothing deceives you as your illusion. You are free from what you gave up on, and you are a slave to what you are in need of.
“Do not stop mentioning Allah just because your heart is not present. Forgetting Him completely is worse than being inattentive while you are mentioning Him; perhaps He will elevate you from being i
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