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5 Ways to Welcome Ramadan - The Special Guest

5 Ways to Welcome Ramadan - The Special Guest

God is giving us another opportunity in our life to witness the month of Ramadan. Ramadan is a great time of God’s blessings and His mercy. Every Muslim should take full advantage of this time. We should get ready now to welcome this month and receive it with happiness.

How to Be Kind? Try These 5 Ways

How to Be Kind to Others? Try These 5 Ways

We should try to never feel better than any other person or any other of Allah’s creatures. It is important to understand that Allah’s guidance is a huge and tremendous gift that He bestowed upon us. It is nothing we have achieved on our own. Divine guidance is a gift…

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35 Acts of Kindness in 5 Minutes or Less

Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Every act of kindness is a Sadaqa (charity)” (Bukhari, Muslim) Very often though, we feel we don’t have the time for kind gestures, despite our best intentions. These 35 ideas are just some quick things we can do to practice this essential part of our faith. …

Kindness of Muslims Leads Catherine to Islam

Kindness of Muslims Leads Catherine to Islam

I have always believed, since a young age, that our souls speak more than our mouths do. I appreciated this moment as the first time a woman in hijab interacted with me. It wasn’t until I met this Muslim family from Saint Thomas, who unfortunately weren’t traveling on the happiest of terms, that I knew I wanted to be a Muslim.

Prophet Muhammad - The Liberator of Women

Prophet Muhammad: The Liberator of Women

These stories are reflective of the Prophet’s mercy and kindness towards women. But he went even farther. He tried to liberate women from all kinds of injustice, maltreatment and oppression. He can genuinely be viewed as a liberator of women. He gave women such rights and privileges…

Meet The Man Who Fed Cats and Birds of Al-Aqsa for 30 Years

Meet The Man Who Fed Cats and Birds of Al-Aqsa for 30 Years

Ghassan Refai is an elderly Palestinian man who has fed the cats and birds of Al-Aqsa Mosque for the past 30 years. He’s known there as ‘Abu Huraira,’ which means “father of the kitten.” Cats and birds recognize him and they always follow him once he shows up. He is inspired by the legacy of …

6 Steps for a Closer Relationship with Allah

6 Steps for a Closer Relationship with Allah

Allah gives us a personal one-to-one appointment to talk with him five times daily. It’s something many neglect, called prayer! If you are at work and are facing a problem, you would request a meeting with your manager…right? Of course you would! Apply this analogy with Allah…

Love People to Get Allah's Love

Mu`adh ibn Jabal (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said,7 “Allah says, ‘My love is promised to those who love each other for My sake. My love is promised to those who go out to visit each other for My sake. My love is promised …

11-Year-Old Brings Lego to Ugandan Children

Lego Africa, a charity created by a six-year-old California boy named Micah Slentz, collected Lego blocks from families who no longer wanted them in the U.S. before sending them to Uganda. The charity sent 50 pounds of Lego to a school in rural Uganda, where neither the students nor the teachers had ever seen the toy …

The Kindness Of A Muslim Man

An old fruit seller lived near this Muslim man. He was 90 years old, still making a living selling fruit. The man bought all of the fruit he had. Watch the pure kindness of a Muslim man!



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