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Eat The Sunnah Way

SubhanAllah every aspect of Islam is good for us. Eating a certain way and eating certain foods are good for us. Eat the sunnah way! Managing Your Weight Through Sunnah

Cover Up the Flaws of Others - It's a Sunnah

Cover Up the Flaws of Others - It's a Sunnah

Even if we feel like someone deserves to have their sins exposed, we should still not reveal them. Plus, it’s not our place to go around exposing what Allah has hidden of someone’s mistakes…

The Prophet’s Care for Children

These 9 Lovely Hadiths Show Prophet’s Care for Children

Children are a great blessing from Allah. With their tender hearts, children can be molded into righteous people only with a positive and tender approach. Islam considers children to be an amanah (trust) given to the family. Therefore, it is fard (obligatory) for the family to raise a child in a righteous manner. One should not …

Some Sixty Branches of Faith: Which One is the Best?! (Part 2/2)

So Many Good Deeds... How to Prioritize?

Editor’s note: How to tell if one deed is better and more rewarding than another? Dr. Wael Hamza discusses in this series a number of criteria that helps finding the answer.  In part 1 he highlighted the importance of  the heart actions and the essence of deeds. This part explores 5 more criteria to determine which …

Wearing a Suit or a Thawb… Which is Closer to Sunnah? (Video)

Wearing a Suit or a Thawb… Which One is Closer to Sunnah?

Is it really a sign of religiosity to wear traditional Arab or Pakistani clothes regardless of the place, occasion and surrounding circumstances? Does it make you a better Muslim to dress in a thawb in the streets of UK or to wear a turban in the US? Is that the correct understanding and application of …

Abu Hurairah: Love of Righteous Company

Stories from the Life of Abu Hurairah

Often in our haste to look up what Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said, we do not pause to take note of who narrated the particular hadith. More often than not, if we look closely, we will find that the hadith was narrated by Abu Hurairah. After becoming a Muslim, this Companion …

This Religion is Easy...

This Religion is Easy...

Perfection is not what is expected. We can go as far as to say that demanding perfection from people runs contrary to the principle of moderation that we are discussing. The principle of moderation requires us to recognize that perfection cannot be maintained or even achieved.



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