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The Status of a Hafidh of the Qur’an

    Ramadhan undoubtedly is a very great gift that Allah has presented to His Ummah. If we decide to count the favours that Allah has placed in this blessed month, the ones that are manifest and the ones that are concealed, we would never be able to do so. …

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10 things to ponder upon as Ramadaan ends

  It seems like yesterday that we welcomed Ramadhan. Now we are in to the last few moments of this mubarak month. It’s time to reflect on how we spent the month and to use these last days to rescue it. If it ends well, it was spent well. As …

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7 Conditions to purify your Heart in Ramadhan

  Seven conditions that we, as Muslims must possess for our hearts to be saleem (Healthy & Sound). By Imam Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr (ibn Al-Qayyim) rahimahullah. The heart is the seat of Iman, or faith. The heart is the source of all righteous action. Purity (Tazkiya) of the heart …

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Ramadan, Resistance & the Brave New World

  http://thehumblei.com/category/ramadan-fasting/ ‘There’s only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self,’ said Aldous Huxley, the English novelist best known for his dystopian novel, Brave New World. In his exploration of the dilemmas confronting modern man – the rise of capitalism, the …

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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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Not ‘Feeling’ Ramadaan?

  Ramadan-The season of change   SO it’s days into Ramadan and people around you keep talking about how they love Ramadan. They love how they can focus and worship, they talk about how they love the feeling of the shayateen being chained, and they are just so…happy. And all …

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Who Can Miss Being Forgiven in Ramadan?

As Ramadan draws to an end, Let us not miss this last opportunity to be forgiven. THE goal of every Muslim is to be saved from Hell, because then he or she will automatically enter Paradise. It is either Paradise or Hellfire – there is no other alternative. And everyone …

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