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You Love Allah? Prove It!

You Love Allah? Prove It!

Do you love Allah? If you truly love him, what is the proof of your love and how do you translate this love? True love cannot be hidden; it is expressed in words and actions. It is not enough to say that we love Allah; we must also put action to it. This video by Sheikh Yaser …

8 Practical Tips for Dhul-Hijjah Days.... #7 Is Really Easy

8 Practical Tips for Dhul-Hijjah Days.... #7 Is Really Easy

Have you missed some of the precious time of the previous Ramadan? Do you feel you could have done more in that blessed month? Are you disappointed with your performance during the last ten days of Ramadan and feel an overwhelming yearning for the spirituality of Laylat Al-Qadr? Well, you have another chance! It is …

Gratitude

Show Your Gratitude Through Worship

One of the fundamental components of a person’s relationship with Allah is worship. As one’s heart is filled with gratitude to one’s benefactor, one expresses indebtedness, humility, and surrender to him. This is a natural response, observed even in domestic animals and pets. They express gratitude by gesture or look, but human beings are required …

The Prophet's Inexhaustible Patience

The Prophet's Inexhaustible Patience

The source of the Prophet’s courageous determination in the face of all the traumatic experiences he suffered was his strong faith in God and his dependence on Him. The Prophet’s conviction that God was with him when he was struggling with adverse…

Stay on Track After Ramadan (Special Page)

Stay on Track After Ramadan (Special Page)

As we return to our normal life and regular routine after Ramadan, how can we benefit from the spiritual recharge we had during the blessed month? This question is the focus of the special page Stay on Track After Ramadan Find useful tips, strategies and resources that will help you be better than you used …

Can Humor and Religion Go Hand in Hand?

Can Humor and Religion Go Hand in Hand?

If humor is done well, and done to please Allah, it can actually be an act of worship for which we are rewarded by Allah, and helps fill up our book of good deeds on the day of judgment! Here are three scenarios where humor can actually be a great thing in creating a lasting legacy!

Ramadan Almost Over... Here Is How You Should End It

Ramadan Almost Over... Here Is How You Should End It

It is the end of Ramadan. The blessed month is concluding in a few days. As we look back on the month we may feel disappointed in a lack of spiritual accomplishments or the inability to worship as much as we would have liked. Don’t get caught up in that right now. The Hadith says “Actions …

3 Ways to Increase Acceptance of Your Dua During Ramadan

3 Ways to Increase Acceptance of Your Dua in Ramadan

Make it a habit to praise Allah, glorify Him, and also send blessings upon the Prophet (peace be upon him). Another practice which increases the likelihood of having our dua accepted is to call upon Allah by His beautiful names and attributes…

Energy Abates After First Week? Rekindle the Passion!

Energy Abates After Ramadan's First Week? Rekindle the Passion!

After the first week of Ramadan, the high curve of spirituality and the great zeal and passion that mark the first days Ramadan starts to abate. We start to lag behind when the time of prayer comes; our attention and focus during Salah vanish. During this dryness, our keenness to recite and reflect on Qur’an …

Do Muslims Worship Their Moon God in Ramadan

Do Muslims Worship Their Moon God in Ramadan?

Short Answer: The Arabic word for God is Allah the Almighty. It is the same name found 17 times on the first page of the Bible. The moon being a symbol of Islam has no origin in Islam. It was the Ottomans who took the star and the crescent as their symbol and they never claimed it …



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