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Journey to Islam

Author: Hazrat Omar Ibn al-Khattab (Radhiy Allahu Anhu)

Life before Islam Hazrat Omar (Radhiy Allahu Anhu) belonged to “Adi” family of Quraish tribe. In the 8th generation, his lineage joins with the Holy Prophet (Sall Allahu Alayhi Wasallam). Abu Hafs was his patronymic name and “al-Farooq” is his title given by the Holy ...

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Night of Qadr - most virtuous night of the year

Author: Uztad Abdul Muhaemin Karim

Living the Lailatul Qadr Allah (s.w.t.) said: “We have indeed revealed this ( message) in the Night of Power. And what will explain to you what the Night of Power is?The Night of Power is better than a thousand months.Therein come down the angles and the spirit by God’spermission,on ...

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Ramdhaan a month of enormous blessings

We are now so fortunate that Allah Ta'ala has blessed us with this great Month of Ramadhaan. We wish to share with you some beautiful advise as passed on to us by The Greatest Teacher The Noble and Final Messenger of Allah(Peace be upon him).This message was delivered on the Last Day of Sha'baan. Salmaan ...

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Women and Ramadaan

Author: Hafidha Rayhaanah Omar

In her article, 'A Women’s Guide to Spirituality in Ramadan during Menstruation and Postnatal Bleeding' Kanika Aggarwal states: "Our menstrual cycles (or postnatal bleeding) are a part of Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala's creation and something that is ordained by Him. Allah ...

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Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم ‎ "Bismillah" is the key to the Holy Quran and to all permissable actions. Any good deed that is commenced with the Bismillah is worthy of great reward. If any good action is not commenced with Bismillah, then that ...

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The Sadaqa Al-Fitr

Author: Hong Kong Islamic Youth Association

Literally, fitrmeans breaking the fast or creation. Thesadaqa al-fitr, however, is a financial obligation for Muslims who at the times of the Festivity of Ramadan, possess more than the prescribed amount of provisions for themselves and their dependents after giving the sadaqa al-fitr. Sadaqa al-fitr ...

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