Ali, son of Abu Talib (part 2 of 2)

From Warrior to Caliph


Ali was the fourth rightly guided Caliph.[1] He followed in the footsteps of Prophet Muhammad, Abu Bakr, Omar, and Uthman, and ruled the Muslim Empire, according to the divinely revealed law of God, from approximately 656 to 661 CE. Ali was the young cousin and son ...

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Arrows of the Eyes

In The Name of Allah the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

All praise be to Allah, The Lord of all the worlds, and peace and blessings of Allah be upon the most Honored of messengers our Prophet Muhammad and all his family and companions…

One of the most dangerous ordeals suffered by the ...

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Omar, The Criterion (part 1 of 3)

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Wake up!

Where are the Malcolms and where are the X's
People of today come back to your senses
Before the day comes where there'll be no recompenses
We are wasting our time at heaven's expenses
Claim over the fences and lay over the Benz's The west looks at me with a funny type of way
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The Return of Jesus (part 5 of 5)

Description: The end of Gog and Magog, followed by peace and plenty, a world without war, the universality of God's True Religion, and the death of Jesus.

By Jeremy Boulter (© 2006 IslamReligion.com) - Published on 19 Jun 2006 - Last modified on 01 Apr 2008

The End of Gog and Magog

When the ...

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Arabic and Early Globalization

Most people have legitimate and fair reservations against globalization, yet most of them do recognize its positive aspects. These include, but are not limited to the dissemination of knowledge and information as well as cultural and scientific cross fertilization.


Early Muslims used the ...

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The example of those who go early to Friday Salah

The Hadith exhorts people to go early to Salah because it draws a person to his Lord, may He be Glorified and Exalted. ... more

What are you waiting for?!!


Repentance gates are opened



 

Why Repentance?

All praise is due to Allah the Forgiver of sin, the Acceptor of repentance, the Severe in punishment. It is He Who opens the gates for those who seek His forgiveness, and it is He Who facilitates the reasons for those who seek repentance. ...

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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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Honoring the Houses of Allah

The masajid are the lanterns of the Muslim faith and the headquarters of the righteous. They are the houses of Allah, the Exalted, the most beloved places to Him and the purest spots on earth. He honored them by attributing them to himself directly in a genitive construct "masajid Allah." ... more

Sufi tareeqahs and the ruling on joining them

Q: In the sufis thariqa' there was a term call syari'a,thariqa',haqiqa' and ma'rifah.Is this term really have been tought by Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)to his companion according to the definition by the thariqa' it self?.

A: Praise be to Allaah.

We must understand that the word al-soofiyyah ...

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'Whenever His Lord Tries Him...' (Surah al-Fajr)

"As for man, whenever his Lord tries him with honor and with favors He bestows on him. he says 'My Lord has honored me.' But whenever He tries him by stinting his means, then he says 'My Lord has left me humiliated.' " [Qur'an: 89:15-16] ... more
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