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Rabi’ul Awwal And Seerah

Question: There has been much discussion with regards to celebrating 12th Rabī al-Awwal. You must be well aware of all the academic arguments in that regard. Without delving into academic gymnastics, your brief thoughts on this issue will be well appreciated. Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, …

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Spirit of The Sunnat

Spirit of The Sunnat Allah Ta’ala declares: “Say (to the Believers) O Muhammad, (sallallahu alaihi wasallam)! If you love Allah, then follow me (Rasulullah sallallahu alaihi wasallam). Allah will love you and he will forgive your sins.” This verse alone makes it abundantly clear that to earn the love of …

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The Destruction of the Islamic Khilafah

  This is a very informative article prepared by our brothers at Islamic Thinkers Society. With the month of March upon us, it would be very good to reflect on how the Islamic Khilafah was lost and gain lessons on how to re-establish Allah Azzawajal’s Shari’ah on this earth. 86 …

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Loving the Prophet, Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam

By Khalid Baig On the twelfth of Rabi-ul-Awwal, Muslims all over the world hold special gatherings to commemorate and celebrate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad, Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam. The special programs attract huge numbers of Muslims. There can be no two opinions among the believers that remembering the Prophet, …

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Hadrat Abdullah bin Zubair (Radiyallahu anhu)

Hadrat Abdullah bin Zubair (Radiyallahu anhu) On the birth of Abdullah bin Zubair (radiyallahu anhu) there was lot of rejoicing among the Muslims and the baby gave a lie to the canard that had been spread by the enemies of Islam. His mother, Hadrat Asma (radiyallahu anha) presented herself before …

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The Sterling Advice Of Hazrat Umar (R.A)

THE STERLING ADVICE OF HAZRAT UMAR (R.A) Hadhrat Sa’eed bin Musayyib (R.A) reports that there were guidelines that Hadhrat Umar (R.A) formulated for the people, every one which are replete with wisdom. He (R.A.) said: Always assume the best about your brother unless you learn something about him that you …

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History of Jerusalem

History of Jerusalem The city that is Holy to Muslims and Christians. It is the third most important place for Muslims throughout the world. The Christians concede that there were no churches until the church of Holy Sepulchre was built by Queen Helena in 328 C.E. This led to a …

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Husain’s RA going against Yazid & the Sunni view on Yazid

Question: I have read your article regarding rebellion against rulers and open Kufr where you said “The ruler’s leadership should not be challenged unless if he commits Kufr or a grave sin, in which case, it should be condemned without using any violence. You also said that, “this ruling is …

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