The Qur’an goes to great lengths to stress the need and obligation of Muslim unity. For instance, it states: And hold fast, altogether, to the rope of God and be not divided.[3:102] In another passage it says:Be not like the idolaters. Those who split up their religion and become sects, each party rejoicing in what it has. Continue Reading →
Today I have selected the topics named weaning from the Dunya. Weaning off may be defined as the leave of love of the world. This is the base of Islam cornerstone m teaching or learning.
Most of the people heard this but they cannot leave the attraction of this world and gradually they are becoming more and more fascinated for the attraction of the world. By creation man desire and also express love from the others but they are not enough with this love they demand and cherish to have more and more comfort which is taught by our great and peaceful religion Islam. Continue Reading →
“Inshaa Allah,” I respond, patting Ibrahim gently on the back, in an attempt to encourage him.
“Ammi, there are six pages between me and Ya Sin,” says Ibrahim, looking down into his mushaf.
“You are six,” pipes in Amna.
“I am not six pages,” is Ibrahim’s response.
“Yes, you are,” responds Amna, starting to put on a fighting face.
“No, I am not,” sounds out Ibrahim slowly, increasingly frustrated.
“Just a minute, both of you, please,” I say stretching out my arms to keep them from coming to blows. “You’re right Ibrahim, you are not six pages, and you are also right, Amna, he is six. So how about rather than arguing about all of this, we try to channel some of our energy into memorizing?” Continue Reading →
AgmalTelawat is a YouTube channel that showcases heart-touching recitations of the Quran, including recitations by many less-known reciters who deserve to be appreciated more. An example is this recitation of the final parts of Surat Yusuf by the Libyan reciter Abu Ubaidah: