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Isolate, Integrate or Engage during Christmas

This can be an important time for the Muslims to engage about Islam’s position on Isaa, the message and mission of Prophet (saw) in a clear, comprehensive and uncompromising way In Britain Christmas is a time of the year when […]

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Merits of the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah

The First Ten Days Allah(swt) swears an oath by 10 days, and swearing an oath by something is indicative of its importance and great benefit. Allah (SWT) says: “By


Night of Power (Lailut-al-Qadr)

This is an extract from the book "Al Jaami'u li Ahkaam is Siyaam" (A complete guide to the rules of fasting) by Sheikh Abu Iyaas Mahmood bin Abdul-Lateef


The story of Prophet Yusuf (as) – its purpose, relevance and significance

Allah (swt) revealed the Quran to His beloved Messenger Muhammad (saw) to guide mankind out of disbelief, ignorance and misguidance. Allah says, “(This is) a Book which We have


Companions of the Prophet

The Sahaba’s were not an ordinary group of people; they were an extraordinary group of people. Individual as well as collective stories can be found of perseverance, hardship,


The Beautiful Names of the Qur’an

In recent times, much has been written, discussed and debated about the beautiful names and attributes of Allah (swt), both in the form of articles and talks. However,


The Sublime Day of Arafat and its Merits

Another Opportunity to Gain Closeness to Allah (swt) and Forgives of Sins

  • On the 2nd day of Hajj, the 9th Dhul Hijjah, The Day of Arafat, millions of pilgrims


What the Qur’an says about Unity of the Muslim Ummah

What the Qur’an says about Unity of the Muslim Ummah


What the Qur’an says on Wealth and Poverty

What the Qur'an says on Wealth and Poverty


Ramadhan – Rush to embrace all Quran’s Guidance – Taji Mustafa