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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.

60+ Branches of Faith: How to Prioritize (Part 1)

60+ Branches of Faith: How to Prioritize

As narrated by Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him), the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said about faith, “Iman (faith) is some seventy (or some sixty) branches, the highest of which is (to testify that) there is no god but Allah, and the lowest is removing (any source of) harm from the road. …

Want to Be a Successful Business Owner? Follow the Prophet

Want to Be a Successful Business Owner? Follow the Prophet (PBUH)

The role of honest trade was paramount not only in the spread of Islam, but also in preserving its credibility. But who was the most trustworthy business owner of all times? Indeed, it was no doubt the best human that tread upon this earth, Muhammad ibn Abdullah, the seal of Prophets.

Any Benefits of Muslim “Earthing” Prostration

Any Benefits of Muslim "Earthing" Prostration?

Prostration is the placement of the body in a reverentially or submissively prone position as a gesture. Typically prostration is distinguished from the lesser acts of bowing or kneeling by involving a part of the body above the knee touching the ground, especially the hands.

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