Excerpt from the book “The Secrets of the Opening Chapter” A short look at the Arabic expression “Iyyaaka” (إِيَّاكَ) by Shaykh Muhammad Al-Akili More info

Al-Hamdu Lillah – الحَمدُ لَلهِ

by Dr. Omar Pervez إنَّ الله وَمَلَائِكَتَهُ يُصّلُّونَ عَلى النَّبِي يَاأيهَا الَّذِيْنَ آمَنُوا صَلُّوا عَلَيْهِ وَسَلِّمُوا تَسْلِيْماً More info

Expect the Best from Allah جلَّ جَلالُهُ All the Times

  “Allah جل جلاله  probably hates me. I am so bad; I always mess up. I don’t deserve any good from Allah جل جلاله , and as punishment, I probably will not be given success in my other endeavors.” How many people have felt this way at some point? Sometimes, our sins weigh heavily on us. We recognize our mistakes but instead of turning back to Allah جل جلاله, we turn away. We feel that we must be so bad that even the All-Merciful will reject us. Other times, we do not see the fruits of our perseverance and believe that we will not be given what we have worked so hard for. Perhaps we do not even begin an endeavor, thinking there is... More info

Allah’s Greatness & Kindness to his Creation

Allah’s Greatness & Kindness to his Creation By Nimat Seyed  As Muslims, we aim to do good deeds and serve the creation in our daily lives. We must first make the intention of fulfilling the good deed ONLY for the pleasure of Allah عَزَّ وَجَلَّ. Actions are based on how much belief we have in our heart. If our belief is strong, then our actions will also be strong. What better pleasure is there other than our own Creator to be happy for what we accomplish (with His help)? Subhan Allah! Indeed, Allah سبحانه وتعالى bestows more favors upon the believer who has patience. Like most things in life, it takes patience and hard work to attain something you really... More info

Understanding Healthy Diet

If the questioner further says: “What about the possible existence of a substance in the human body that quickens into fire upon mixing with the other elements?” Our response regarding such possibility is similar to that of the first answer. Then if the questioner asks: “But we notice that when we sprinkle little water over a limestone, a red-hot glow-like fire issues from the action of heat of the limestone. Also, fire ignites if the sun’s rays fall over a combustible substance through a magnifying glass; and again if we strike a metal rod against a hard stone, sparks of fire issues from them, and such fiery substance must exist within such elements!” In such case, our answer again is... More info

Salman Al-Farisi, A Quest for the Truth

 786 SALMÃN AL-FÃRISI  رضي الله عنه A Quest for Truth, and a Date with Freedom    He is Salmãn al-Fãrisi رضي الله عنه, and he is the forerunner and the champion of Persia. He was adamant and relentless in the  pursuit of his exalted goal, and he abounded with rich knowledge and deep wisdom. Abu ‘Abdullãh that is his patronym, Salmãn al-Fãrisi (the Persian) was reborn in Islam. He was a beacon of knowledge and a pier of wisdom. He became a close companion of Allah’s Messenger ﷺ upon whom be peace, and he was a noble and a compassionate one. He was told by Allah’s Messenger ﷺ upon whom be peace, that paradise longs to meet him. Because of... More info

The Shaykh of Baghdad

 786 بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيْم وَالصَّلاَةُ وَالسَّلاَمُ عَلَى رَسُوْلِهِ الكَرِيْمِ The Shaykh of Baghdad Shaykh Abdul Qãdir Gilani رضي الله عنه Following the Four Caliphs of Islam, Abu Bakr, Omar, Uthman and ‘Ali [رضي الله عنهم] may Almighty Allah be forever pleased with them, the Islamic Caliphate became a hierarchy, a kingdom of political entity and a  governing body amassing taxes and building personal wealth. Baghdad was then the capital and the center of the Abbasid Caliphate as well as the center of the greater controversy of opposites between the Sultans and the Seljuk family who desired so much to govern throughout the empire. In the sixth century, the caliphate became vast, the attraction of worldly gains and heedlessness from... More info

Subhan Allah

  Subhan ALLAH It is just after Isha, upon the opportunity to complete my prayers I am left reflecting and pondering my day.  After Salah, my focus on my eternal gratitude to our great Prophet Muhammad ﷺ (PBUH), but let’s get to that later. Every night I think about prayer in the morning before sleeping, it is a habit of sorts I have gone into.  Specifically, my thoughts are about waking up, ablution, and the prayer itself and how lucky I am to be able to reflect on our maker in a very special way that has been a special favour bestowed upon us. Subhan ALLAH. I think about how in the middle of the night, Allah سبحانه وتعالى SWT ever so... More info

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