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Story of the Crying Companion, Tha’labah

Story of Prophet Muhammad and the Crying Companion

Do you know the story of Tha’labah? He was a young companion of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Prophet Muhammad sent him on an errand. When he finished his work, and on his way back, he looks at something haram.

Backbiting: Causes and Remedy

Backbiting: Causes and Remedy. Lets Stop this Bad Habit

Ghiebah, or backbiting, is forbidden in the Glorious Qur’an where a person who commits it is given the similitude of a person who eats the flesh of his dead brother. It is also condemned in the Sunnah. We read in a Prophetic hadith, “Verily, your blood (i.e., life), your property, and your honor are inviolable …

I Often Punish Myself for My Mistakes - About Islam

I Often Punish Myself for My Mistakes

In this counseling answer: • Just because you make a mistake does not mean you are no longer a good person.It just means you have made a mistake, you need to admit it. Seek repentance from Allah, and move on with your life. • Perhapsyou may want to look at articles and research on social …

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How Can I Repent From Harming Someone With My Words?

Short Answer:Firstly, there is always a chance to repent in this life. Allah keeps the doors ajar, so that we may repent at anytime in our lives. Allah is the most forgiving and He hears all of our dua (supplication or invocation).What if you may never see her again? Then the best tool you have …

Umar's Message Gets Two Companions Back on Track

Two Companions Failed to Immigrate to Madinah... How Umar Saved Them

This is a very inspiring story that involved `Umar ibn Al-Khattab and two other Companions, `Ayyash ibn Abi Rabi`ah and Hisham ibn Al-`Aas (may Allah be pleased with them). They planned to migrate from Makkah to Madinah together and set a time and place to meet and start the trip.

A New Year.. All Ways Lead to Forgiveness

A New Year... 3 Ways Lead to Forgiveness

Anew hijri year is about to start; and here is a great chance to start afresh and to turn over a new leaf. You may have missed some of the blessed seasons last year; perhaps you did not do well during the past Ramadan or Dhul-Hijjah 10 days. Many of us certainly feel sad about …



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