Category: Islamic Morals

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

Not Satisfied with Life

The more a nation turns away from being concerned about Halal and Haram, the deeper they fall into the cluthches of Satan in other matters.

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The Key to Success

The successful person is one who does not let their inclination overcome their reason, or their failure overcome their patience, nor are they lured by temptations, or preoccupied by trivial things. ... more

By the time...Part 1

As the year has just started, reviewing our achievements during the year and the level of productivity, most of us will feel that they missed a few things and believed it could’ve been better if it had been planned well... ... more

Islam in Concept

This book explaines (in general) the concept of Islam in simple phrases especially for non -muslims. Also explains the concept of some terms related to Islam like, Almighty Allah, God, Quran, Muhammad, Jesus, life after death, moral system in Islam, worship in Islam, prophethood, Human rights in Islam, Status of woman in Islam, Prayer, fasting, Pilgrimage and much more ... ... more

Romance in Islam

This book, Romance in Islam, highlights the great importance Islam attaches to love. It shows that the love of God is the best and most noble love and when it is rooted in a person’s heart, it sets that person’s behaviour on the right footing, elevates his emotions and feelings and removes selfishness. ... more

Bilal the Abyssinian - One Light, Many Colors

This booklet outlines the history of Bilal ibn Rabah, a former slave from Abyssinia, who became a companion of the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم Islam elevated his status and the Prophet gave him the happy news of being destined for heaven in the life to come. ... more

Are You Better or Ayub?

Being Strong in Times of Adversity...

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