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Shamefulness and Shamelessness in the light of Quran and Hadith

Haya Narrated Abu As-Sawar Al-Adawi: 'Imran bin Husain said, "The Prophet (SAW) said, 'Haya' does not bring anything except good." [Bukhari :: Book 8 :: Volume 73 :: Hadith 138] This term "Haya" covers a large number of concepts, which are to be taken together; amongst them are shyness, self-respect, modesty, ba...

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Lessons from the Nation of Prophet Hud AS

Since the dawn of mankind of this earth there have come and gone countless nations. Some of them are still remembered to this day such as the Egyptian, Greek and Roman empires. Some have fallen into mystery and obscurity such as the ancient dynasties of East Asia, and some have been lost to time, forgotten and left behind in the pages of the human history. Yet some of the remains and remnants o...

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How Allah SWT Guided Muslims to give the Azaan

There was once a time in the history of Islam that the population of Muslims was so low, they could all make prayer in congregation without having to call out Adhan. It is important to mention here that at this time, the Adhan had not been decreed. It was only after the Prophet’s (SAW) arrival to Medina that the number of Muslims began to grow. It is said that in the beginning people woul...

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Things Prophet Muhammad SAW used to do in Ramadan

Ramadan is here and let us first take a moment to thank Allah (SWT) that He has blessed us with another chance to reap the benefits of this holy month. We all know that the main thing to do in Ramadan is to fast and worship Allah (SWT) and increase our good deeds. But there are other things that Prophet Muhammad (SAW) used to do in this month, some of which are. Prophet Muhammad ...

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Some Really Helpful Tips for Suhoor and Iftar

Ramadan is upon us and it is time we get busy in reaping all of its blessings and increasing our good deeds. First let us all take a moment to thank Allah (SWT) for the fact that He has given us another Ramadan to be benefited from. Perhaps the most integral physical parts of fasting are the morning and evening meals which we all know are called Suhoor and Iftar. People usually have little to n...

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Historical Events that took Place in Ramadan

We all are aware of what Ramadan is for; it is a month of fasting, patience and reflection. People all around the world are quite aware of what they are to do in Ramadan, its history and goals, but what most people don’t know is that many world changing events also took place in this blessed month throughout history. Here are some important events that took place during

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Make Dua in the Month of Ramadan

The best month of the year is upon us folks and it is best that we make most of this opportunity because there is no guarantee that we will be around until the next one. For all of those reading this during the blessed month, let us all take a moment to thank Allah (SWT) for giving us another Ramadan in which we can seek and earn His blessings. Now as we all know, one of the best acts we can do...

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Tips to Manage your Time for Ramadan

Ramadan is considered a time for intense prayer and religious devotion, with Muslims encouraged to observe five daily prayers throughout the day. Every year when Ramadan is around the corner, there is a flurry of activity in preparing for it. Whether it’s stocking up on food or spirituality, one of the most daunting feelings is how to make the most of it. How do we make every second count...

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Make a Positive Change in Life

There is a very famous saying, ‘make something big and it becomes a big deal, make something small and it becomes a small thing.’ Very true where everyday life is concerned. One of the teachings of Islam is to make Akhira (the afterlife) big and Duniya (worldly life) small. It is no secret that we are going to go through life, have careers jobs, get married have children, education,...

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