Can we see Laylat al-Qadr? Laylat al-Qadr may be seen with the eye, for the one whom Allah helps to see it. That is by seeing its signs. The Sahabah (may Allah be pleased with them) used to recognize it by its signs. But not seeing them does not mean that one will not gain its […]
WHO WAS MUHAMMAD ﷺ The one who used to pray during the night until his feet were swollen, even though all his sins were forgiven; he (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said, “Should I not be a grateful servant?” (Who was Muhammad ﷺ) He never disrespected a woman. When he was at home and there was […]
What is Taqwa? Taqwa is a concept in Islam that is interpreted by some Islamic Scholars as God consciousness. It has many further understandings and interpretations. Taqwa may mean piousness, fear of God, love for God, and self restraint. Having Taqwa allows a person to be constantly aware of both God’s presence and attributes and […]
Who is Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab? Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab was a Scholar from the past who revived the call of tawheed in the lands of the Arabian peninsula, he did not introduce anything new into this religion, and people cant prove this wrong. His beliefs were that of the Qur’an and sunnah. He […]
All praise be to Allah Dr. Zakir Naik : Jesus or Muhammad (Pbut) Islam is the only Non Christian faith which makes an article of faith to believe in Jesus (pbuh). We believe that He was one of the mightiest Messenger of Allah, we believe He was a Messiah translated Christ, we believe He was […]
All Praise be to Allah If non-Muslims comes and tells me that they have not been exposed to Islam. Today in this world of science and technology its difficult. May be if you ask this question fifty years back it was possible. Toady in this age of science and technology specially the media bombarding the […]
The word Muhabbat (love) is derived from the Arabic word “Hubb” which means seed; a seed that every human being has in heart. It is the function of heart just like vision is the function of the eyes.
Love is the most beautiful feeling a human heart can experience. Allah subhana-wa-taala Himself has explained this emotion in Quran very beautifully and Prophet Muhammad (saw) was the most loving and romantic person in the whole world.
It’s a common understanding among the Muslims that shirk is only done by non-Muslims. But No! It is not so. Shirk is also prevalent among Muslims. Below mentioned and explained are some of the common types of it which we find among Muslims.
Abu Hurayra (Allah be pleased with him) reports that the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace be upon him) said, ❝The best prayer after the obligatory prayers is the night prayer.❞ [Sahih Muslim]