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Laylatul Qadr-The Night of Power!

By Abu Muhmmad Yusuf eislam.co.za   Allah Ta’ala in His infinite Mercy has favoured us in so many ways. Such blessings that we cannot possibly enumerate nor show sufficient gratitude to the Almighty. Amongst the many blessings include a very special GIFT..Laylatul Qadr- The Night of Power.   It is …

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Beloved Sayyidah A’ishah – The Mother of the believers

Al Farouk.org.za Sayyidah A’ishah’s love and devotion to Rasulullah (saw) and his cause made her excel over his other wives in many ways. Sayyiduna Abu Musa reported that Rasulullah(saw)said, “The superiority of A’ishah over the other women is like the superiority of Tharid (a delicacy) over other foods. [Bukhari] Sayyidah …

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Itikaf Explained (detailed)

EISLAM.co.za The basic purpose of I’tikâf is that the heart gets attached to Allâh and, with it, one attains inner composure and equanimity and pre‑occupation with the mundane things of life ceases and absorption in the eternal Reality takes its place, and the state is reached in which all fears, …

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Laylatul Qadr- A detailed explanation

    LAYLATUL QADR – Night of power   Amongst the nights of Ramadhaan, there is one called ‘Laylatul Qadr’,a night that is noted for its greatest blessings. The Noble Qur’an describes it as being greater in blessedness and spiritual virtue than a thousand months, which in turn means that …

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The Outcaste

By Naadira Chhipa   Did you meet Choti behns daughter in law at the wedding last week, she is so friendly but shame she is a hedru (Urdhu speaking) girl. Our boys can’t find nice aaprawaraa(own) girls these days, there are so many good girls in the family but they …

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Sighted yet Blind

We possess eyes, yet we still tend to be blind This is an account of a man named Rasheed, He tells his story as follows… I was not more than thirty years old when my wife gave birth to our first child. I still remember that night. I had stayed …

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“Listening” to Ramadan

By: Khalid Baig Albalagh Source: Albalagh We observe Ramadan every year. Do we also listen to it? Ramadan is the most important month of our calendar. It is a tremendous gift from Allah in so many ways. In our current state of being down and out, it can uplift us, …

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Break Your Soul as You Break Your Fast

Posted by: SOLACE   “Allāh is Subtle with His Slaves…” [1] One of the deeper intents and aims of fasting is for us to learn the art of self-restraint. When Allāh `azza wa jall revealed the verse of fasting [2], He concluded that it has been prescribed so that we …

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