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Beneficial Knowledge (Ilm Nafi)

Whoever suffices with knowledge of the Qurʾān and Sunnah, confining himself to what is reported from the Companions and Successors (in matters of the religion), makes his intention sincere – seeking Allāh’s face - and turns to Him for help, He will aid him, guide him, grant him divine accord, make him firm, grant him understanding, and inspire him.

Sabr: Patiently Persevering

Allāh, Glorious and Most High, made patience a race horse that never falters or stumbles, a sword that never loses its sharpness, a vanquishing...

Sound Heart

The only person who will be successful tomorrow is one who meets Allāh with a sound heart, containing none save Him, "…the Day when...

Talaq out of Anger

To claim that a divorce said out of anger is invalid is both baseless and irrational...

Coping with Trials, Misfortunes & Life’s Pitiless Storms

The believer lives under the awareness that whatever we have or enjoy is ultimately a gift on loan to us from Allah

The Concept of Sabr (patience) in Islam

What is Patience? and why is it important in Islam.“ "There is no affliction which strikes the Muslim except that Allah expiates with it (sins), even with a thorn that may poke him.”"

Coping with Trials & Misfortunes & Life’s Pitiless Storms

Rationalising the reason for tests and calamities and explaining the required attitute of the believer towards them

Allah loves the Patient…

Allah, Glorious and Most High, has made patience a race horse that never falters or stumbles, a sword that never loses its sharpness, a vanquishing army that is never defeated, and a fortified stronghold that never breaks and is never taken by force. Patience and divine help are two blood brothers,

Patience is Like its Name

Patience is a noble mannerism of the soul that prevents it from doing that which is not good or pleasing; it is a quality of the soul which leads to its correction and rectification.

Verily with Hardship comes Ease

“Verily, along with every hardship is relief, verily, along with hardship is relief. So when you have finished (your occupation), devote yourself for Allah’s worship. And to your Lord (Alone) turn (all your) intentions and hopes.” (94:5-8)
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