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5 Promises of Allah to the Believers

5 Beautiful Promises of Allah to the Believers

Allah has made beautiful promises to the believers in the Quran, how then can we be sad when one of our duas is not answered. We should instead strive for righteousness, enjoining good and forbidding evil, remembering the promises of Allah for His slaves…

A Special Reward For Fasting - Beautiful Hadith - About Islam

A Special Reward For Fasting - Beautiful Hadith

The reward for fasting is not under the same category as those other rewards. For those other rewards, every good deed comes with ten, ten can be multiplied up to seven hundred, except for fasting. And fasting is something that Allah has prepared a beautiful and special reward for.

American Muslim Student Rewarded for Coexistence Efforts - About Islam

American Muslim Student Rewarded for Coexistence Efforts

LAWRENCEVILLE – An American Muslim school student, Shaezmina Khan, has won the Princeton Prize in Race Relations of Central and Southern New Jersey for her work to change how the Western world views Islam. “I was surprised when I learned I had won a certificate of accomplishment – one of six handed out at the …

Fasting- Things You Probably Didn’t Know

Fasting: Things You Probably Didn’t Know

God is your judge, and it is God who will decide your reward. The highest degree is the fasting of the spiritual elite; it is to restrain the soul from thought of all things except God. One must give oneself entirely to God and fast from everything inwardly and outwardly.

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If I Do Good Only For Reward, Is My Good Deed Accepted?

Asaalaamu alaykum, and thank you for sending your question to Ask About Islam. Sheikh Faraz Rabbani of SeekersHub answers this question quite well in the following video: Transcript: Sh. Faraz Rabbani: “So does seeking reward affect the intention? Allah, subhannahu wa ta’ala,isArrham Ul-Raheemeen.He is unimaginably merciful. He is more merciful than any imaginable reality of …

If Not for His Mercy... - About Islam

If Not for His Mercy...

One should walk towards Allah with feelings of deficiency. His Right is too great to be recognized and fulfilled; and without showering under His Mercy, there can be no salvation. Suppose people sacrifice their souls and wealth for His Sake.

Dedicating the Reward of a Good Deed to the Dead

Dedicating Reward of Good Deeds to the Dead: Permissible?

Wa `alaykumAs-SalamuwaRahmatullahiwaBarakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this fatwa: The majority of the Muslim scholars are of the view that dedicating the reward of a good deed to the dead is permissible and benefits …

Quranic Maxims – 4 Meanings of Excellence (Ihsan)

Quranic Maxims - 4 Meanings of Excellence (Ihsan)

Here we will ask ourselves a serious question, indeed a painful one: When people look at the Muslim societies today, would they say to us “indeed we see you as muhsineen? When they look towards the Muslim communities living as minorities…

10 Easy Dhikrs with Immense Rewards for a Busy Ramadan

10 Easy Dhikrs with Immense Rewards for a Busy Ramadan

I have 3 of my biggest exams in Medical school that are all bang on in the middle of Ramadan. This was initially a source of anxiety for me. Would I be able to study in Ramadan? If I am, would that affect my worship and iman?- Especially because exam times actually lead to a big decrease in my iman levels.



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