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Hajj: Ritual and Spiritual

Hajj: Ritual and Spiritual

The practice of going back and forth as an effort made in the service of God continues, depicts the humility of Muslims just simply following the command and following the tradition. But the idols are no longer there, but we pray to God on these hillocks.

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Loving Allah: The Greatest Aspiration

Loving Allah: The Greatest Aspiration

Many of us would say without hesitation that we love Allah. But there are different levels of love. Some of us may love parents more than siblings. We love all of them, but our love for our parents is over and above the love for our siblings. Yet the love that will give us true tranquility in our hearts...

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Man-God Relationship

Man-God Relationship

Man has been given the freedom to reject God; but, once having accepted Him, he must follow His guidance. He is not free to follow one part of it and ignore another, nor to seek guidance from sources other than God. Denial of part is denial of the whole.

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Steps Towards Inner Peace

Steps Towards Inner Peace

In the pursuit of material gain, a person can destroy himself with avarice. Inner peace in what we call towards. No one of us can expect the whole world to respond positively to what he advocates, nor is it right that it should. This did not even happen for God’s Messengers.

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Madinah, Revered City of Blessings

Madinah, Revered City of Blessings

What do you see when you drive down a busy Madinah street? Madinah is divided into several districts. Ann Reese, who embraced Islam on January 1, 1989 and thereafter adopted the name Anisah, lives in the district of Al-Khaldia. Born and raised in Northern Illinois, Anisah is grateful for the blessing of having spent the past thirteen years living in Madinah...

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The Cost of Arrogance

The Cost of Arrogance

If we are humble and honest with ourselves, we will see that many of the ways we judge others are a direct cause of the hardships we ourselves face. Absolutely none of us is immune to sin, and God has used our sin, time and time again, to remind us that we are not better than anyone else.

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