The removal of harm

Did the Prophet (peace be upon him) intend by removing harmful objects from pathways to clean pathways from dirt only or the Prophet (peace be upon him) intended other things? ... more

Asceticism in the world

How many people hasting for the world for fear that they would miss its blessings and they always come late to perform the five obligatory Salah, which are the main pillar of religion ... more

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 economic dimension(effects) of the war

War and its readiness are detrimental to development, squandering scarce resources and undermining international confidence that is necessary to promote development, ... ... more

Economy and technical progress

Doctrinal reflections on technical progress are undoubtedly due to much earlier Aristotle, who was very attentive to the machine's characteristics. As for the progress itself, it fills the entire history of humanity, and there is even a temptation to say that it goes back to before that date itself. ... more

Insulting scholars and pursuing their defects are blameworthy

Abdullah ibn Al Mubarak, the master of the science of Hadith who died in 181 AH, was asked: Who are the best among people?

He said: Scholars.

It was asked: Who are the best among kings?

He said: The ascetics.

Somebody asked: Who are the low people[1]?

He said: Those who replace religion with the ...

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Thinking Well of Others Relieves the Heart

Nothing relieves the heart and makes one happy more than thinking well of others. It protects one from the harm of worrisome thoughts that disturb his peace of mind and exhaust the body. ... more

Translation of the meanings of surah Saba

(1) (1) [All] praise is [due] to Allāh, to whom belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth, and to Him belongs [all] praise in the Hereafter. And He is the Wise, the Aware.

 

(2) (2) He knows what penetrates into the earth and what emerges from it and what descends from the ...

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Translation of the meanings of surah Al-Ahzaab

(1) (1) O Prophet, fear Allāh and do not obey the disbelievers and the hypocrites. Indeed, Allāh is ever Knowing and Wise.

 

(2) (2) And follow that which is revealed to you from your Lord. Indeed Allāh is ever, of what you do, Aware.

 

(3) (3) And rely upon Allāh; and sufficient is Allāh as ...

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Translation of the meanings of surah As-Sajda

(1) (1) Alif, Lām, Meem.[1170]

[1170]- See footnote to 2:1.

 

(2) (2) [This is] the revelation of the Book about which there is no doubt from the Lord of the worlds.

 

(3) (3) Or do they say, "He invented it"? Rather, it is the truth from your Lord, [O Muḥammad], that you may warn a people to ...

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Translation of the meanings of surah Luqman

(1) (1) Alif, Lām, Meem.[1158]

[1158]- See footnote to 2:1.

 

(2) (2) These are verses of the wise[1159] Book,

[1159]- See footnote to 10:1.

 

(3) (3) As guidance and mercy for the doers of good

 

(4) (4) Who establish prayer and give zakāh, and they, of the Hereafter, are certain [in faith].

 

(5) ...

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