Category: Prohibited Deeds

The Cigarette in the dock

He flies with joy when he holds it in his hand... His ecstasy increases when he kisses it by his mouth...! He feels lonely by its loss... He feels familiarity around it... His happiest moments are when he is alone with it... ... more

The seven great destructive sins

The sins vary between grave and minor sins. Some sins are graver than others. The deliverer of the glad tidings and the Warner (prayers and peace of Allah be upon him) warned us from the all sins, whether they are grave or minor... ... more

For whom is the Eid?

A religious scholar saw how the people were heedless and engaged in food, drink and clothes on the day of Eid Al-Fitr, thereupon he said: “If those were told by Allah Almighty that He had accepted from them their fasting and standing (at night in prayer), they then should have been in the morning engaged in giving thanks to Him... ... more

Valentine’s Day & its danger on the creed & morals

Every nation has its own feasts; the Muslims have their own feasts, so do the Jews, the Christians, and the pagans have their own feasts, and so on. ... more


Prophet Muhammad (peace and prayers be upon him) stated that "Allah's curse is upon the briber and the person who is bribed" ... more

Deadly Love

{But if they answer you not (i.e. do not bring the Book nor believe in your doctrine of Islâmic Monotheism), then know that they only follow their own lusts} [Surat Al-Qasas 28:50]. ... more

To the people of singing

Dear Muslim brother, you may ask "What are the Quranic and prophetic evidences of prohibiting music and singing?" Therefore, these are the clear evidences from the book of Allah and the Sunnah of His messenger peace be upon him... ... more

A whisper

The article speaks about music and its ruling. ... more

Halloween: Through Muslim Eyes

Halloween is an annual Western celebration based on Celtic and European pagan doctrines and traditionally applied to the evening of October 31st. ... more

Celebrate Satan?

Shayton Doesn't Want You To Know? ... more

St. Patrick's Day? (NO)

Can we as Muslims, celebrate or allow our children to join in the St. Patrick's Day celebrations? ... more

Muslims celebrating Halloween

Muslims celebrating Halloween and other non-Muslim festivals ... more

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