Laylat al-Qadr

Laylat al-Qadr is a noble and honorable night, in which good deeds are multiplied; sins are forgiven; and affairs are decreed ... more

The example of minor sins

The meaning of the Hadith is exhortation not to underestimate sins, and holding oneself accountable for them because neglecting them will lead to destruction because minor sins may turn to be major ... more

The news shall come to you by the one whom you have given no provision

Examples, which are based on experiences, are full of entertainment for man, add some wisdom to his actions and behavior, and keep him away from rashness and recklessness. ... more

A believer should not be stung twice from the same hole

A believer should be careful in all his affairs, so no one should be able to trick him twice. ... more

It is sufficient sin for a person to forsake whom he supports

The permissibility of work and earning so that a person can spend on himself and those whom he supports. ... more

Story of the Man who Killed ninety-nine people

it is recommended for the one who repents to leave the place in which he committed sins and those who help him doing so ... more

The hand which gives is better than which takes

the upper hand is the giver and the lower hand is the beggar and it is known that a giver is better than the taker. ... more

Story of the Three Babies who Spoke in the Cradle

The three persons who spoke in the cradle ... more

Likening a Muslim to a palm-tree

Likewise is the benefit of a Muslim is general in all conditions and his benefit is endless to himself and to others even after his death. ... more

The defence of the Sunnah 1/2

Allah, Exalted in Highness, has put the Sunnah of His Prophet, peace be upon him, at a paramount status, and uppermost position, as He entrusted to him, peace be upon him, with the duty of mission, the function of elucidation ... more

No ‘Adwa, nor Haamah, nor Safar

The Prophet, peace and blessing be upon him, said: «There is no ‘Adwa (no disease is conveyed from the sick to the healthy without the Permission of Allaah), nor Haamah (i.e. owl), nor Safar». ... more

The Righteous Action

"The likeness of wealth, family and the actions of the son of Adam is of a man who has three companions. One of the man's companions says: I am with you as long as you live; when you die, you have taken your share of yourself and you have taken your share of me - this is his wealth. The second companion says: I am with you until you reach that tree; you have had your share of yourself and your share of me - this is his family. The third companion says: I am with you in life and in death." [Sahih: Related by Al-Bazzar and Al-Albani authenticated it] ... more

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