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Love for Sahabah & Prohibition against maligning the Sahabah

 mahajjah.com The probability of sin falls under divine wisdom It is clear from the Noble Qurʼan, the ahadith and the sayings of the pious predecessors that the Sahabah earned the praise of Allah and Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. The revelation of Allah is abundant in describing their accomplishments …

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Yazid & Beloved Muawiyah RadhiyAllahu Anhu

Question: Molana Sahib, Mawiyah fought a battle with the IV Caliph where  thousands of Muslims were killed and he appointed Yazeed as successor who than killed Hazrat Husain (RA) in Karbala. Can you explain this? (Question posted as received) Answer: Wa Alaykumus Salaam Wa Rahmatullaahi Wa Barakaatuhu You enquire about …

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Qur’an on Homosexuality: Setting the Record Straight

  By Khalid Baig In the post colonial world the “civilizing mission” continues and the crusade for civilizing the backward Muslims into embracing the sexual mores of the civilizers is going full speed ahead. Since openly declaring that the Qur’an and Islam are plain wrong does not get you much …

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The Devil’s Net

By Syed Iqbal Zaheer  http://www.youngmuslimdigest.com/ The social sites that nets billions of youth, are dominated by free-thinkers, atheist and the gay. These sites help the youth cut off their elders from themselves. A sea divides father and son, mother and daughter. They are liberated from such ties by the Satanic …

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Robbing Children of their Childhood!

  Allah Ta’ala has endowed human beings with a very special period called the childhood period. Childhood is undoubtedly the most beautiful and the happiest phase of human life. The joys of childhood can never be substituted by anything else! It is the period when one is free of all worries and responsibilities. It is the period when one loves playing games. It is this period …

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The Powerful Product of Purity

Among the prominent rulers of Afghanistan during the 1800s was a man named Dost Muhammad Khan who passed away in 1863. At one point during his rule, he appointed one of his sons as his successor. After some time, when an enemy force attacked his kingdom, he dispatched this very …

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The Devil’s Trap

  https://ruhaniqalb.wordpress.com There is a global crisis: the level of inundation of western media is deepening all over the world. People have become addicted to video games. The CEO’s of the tech companies do not let their kids near these games. They don’t want them to be zombies, they don’t …

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