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How to Face A Trump Presidency Without Losing Faith? Part 1

Salam Alaykum Dear brother, Please find part one of the answer to your question below. Find the second and final part at the link here. I wanted to share the following verses for your contemplation before we start discussing the answer. {Those to whom hypocrites said, “Indeed, the people have gathered against you, so fear …

How to Face A Trump Presidency Without Losing Faith? Part 2

Salam Alaykum Dear brother, Please find the second and final part of the answer to your question below. Find the first part at the link here. Allah has placed you in this situation to seek Him more. Allah can easily end this entire world and everyone in it in a second because He is the: …

5 Reasons Why Allah Tests us with Hardship

Suffering through hardship and adversity is a reminder for people who tend to take things for granted and forget all of God’s blessings. Despite all the blessings given to the human by God, the human being is unappreciative. A little reminder in the shape of hardship or adversity may hopefully do the job…

How Are Trials Defined?

Asalamu Alaikum, Thank you for contacting Ask About Islam with your question. It’s not very difficult to recognize trials when they happen; any kind of hardship, big or small is a trial. Anything unpleasant, which requires effort and attention to overcome or correct, is a trial. Even leisure and success are trails to see if we …

Happiness in Hardship

Ease does not only come after hardship. This is something we often forget. Ease and indeed happiness also comes with, during, in the midst of hardship. So, it’s not that we have to endure and wait until the (often) unspecified time hardship ends to enjoy ease…

Getting Through Mini-Depressions

I go through regular periods of mini-depression every few months. My mood will be utterly black, my mind filled with self-critical thoughts: “I’m a failure, I’m a hypocrite, I have no real friends, I’ve wasted my life…” But even in the depths of depression I know that the mood will not last…

Keeping the Spirit of Ramadan Year Round

Ramadan is like a school. It’s supposed to train us and we are supposed to emerge as graduates with the degrees to show for it, and the degrees will show not written on a piece of paper but in our actions, the way we deal with others, the patience we show in the face of hardship and difficulty.

Craving the Sweetness of Faith

Feeling complete, feeling protected and guided, knowing that this is all it takes brings a peace and joy to the heart and nothing can compare to it is a thing so sweet that I now know that I would never want to give it up for anything.

Reverts: Don't Turn Away - Keep Your Faith Strong!

Some new reverts just get fed up because they cannot bear the criticism from their close friends or their family anymore. Consequently, they feel embarrassed to meet other Muslims or go to the mosque to avoid more problems.



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