Satan does two things: The first thing, he doesn’t want you to repent. And if he fails and you repent, the second thing is he makes you think that your repentance is not accepted. These are two plans of Allah, guess which one is worse? The second is an insult to Allah…
Prophet Muhammad was the most compassionate of human beings. His compassion was not only limited to those who accepted his message. It extended as far as those disbelievers who were enough opposed to Islam to go into battle with the believers.
Allah says to him: “Didn’t you know that you did this sin and I could see you (he did it in secret) and I could see you! Didn’t you know this day will come? Didn’t you know that today I will question you?” And he will say: “My Lord! I did…”
Next time you ask Allah for something, do so with emotion. How would you cry for help if you were drowning? Would it be a monotone emotionless call? When you make dua, focus your whole body and mind on that request and strive to cry.
Most people grumble about the tribulations that they face as individuals and as communities, because they do not see anything in them but their obviously negative aspects. With time, they come to see the situation’s many dimensions and outcomes, and they realize that it manifests God’s kindness in many profound ways.
Many people give up in the face of something seemingly impossible. Sometimes, we give up on an individual level: getting married, getting that job we want; sometimes it is on a global level, such as injustice in the Muslim world. But the point of the struggle is to realize who is in charge.
Euthanasia, assisted suicide, and assisted dying have gained varying levels of legal status in some US states, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg and Colombia. Euthanasia may involve a doctor giving a patient a lethal injection in order to relieve suffering. while assisted suicide is a broader term generally indicating that help was given to someone …
Let us look at the mercy of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). All the Muslims were persecuted in Makkah, he was insulted and assaulted in Makkah and forced to emigrate. Yet when he returned back to Makkah he said no harm will come to them!
If Europe had known as much of Islam, as Muslims knew of Christendom, in those days, those mad, adventurous, occasionally chivalrous and heroic, but utterly fanatical outbreak known as the Crusades could not have taken place, for they were based on a complete misapprehension…
Why do over a billion people hold Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in such high regard? Because when he was a leader he chose to show supreme mercy!