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Noble Qur'an القرآن الكريم

Abrogation and specification in the Quran

Abrogation and specification in the Quran

“If the first verse to be revealed was not to drink wine, they would have said we will never stop drinking.”

Ibn Al-Qayyim on disobedience as the cause of trials and calamities

Ibn Al-Qayyim on disobedience as the cause of trials and calamities

“Whatever disaster strikes you is for what your hands have earned, yet He pardons much.”

Ibn Al-Jawzi on Yusuf and the Blessings of Ramadan

Ibn Al-Jawzi on Yusuf and the Blessings of Ramadan

“Ramadan is the month of compassion, blessings, bounties, good deeds, deliverance from the Hellfire, and forgiveness from the Prevailing King.”

Sunnah السنة

Blessed are the strangers in Islam

Blessed are the strangers in Islam

“Be in this world as if you were a stranger or a traveler along a path.”

Jihad against the soul in Islam

Jihad against the soul in Islam

“He has succeeded who purifies the soul, and he has failed who corrupts the soul.”

Tolerance with people in Islam

Tolerance with people in Islam

“Make things easy and do not make things difficult. Give glad tidings and do not repel people.”

Faith الإيمان

Key to Paradise in Islam

Key to Paradise in Islam

“Whoever disbelieves in false gods and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy handhold which will never break,”

Transcendency of Allah in Islam

Transcendency of Allah in Islam

“The Most Merciful is established upon the Throne.”

Charms, talismans, and amulets in Islam

Charms, talismans, and amulets in Islam

“Whoever hangs something as a charm will be entrusted to it.”

Righteousness البر

Easy good deeds with great rewards

Easy good deeds with great rewards

“Glorify and exalt and praise Allah thirty three times after every prayer.”

Every good deed is charity in Islam

Every good deed is charity in Islam

“Has not Allah made for you ways to give charity? In every glorification of Allah is charity.”

Muslims avoid harming people with their words and deeds

Muslims avoid harming people with their words and deeds

“Do not cause harm or return harm.”

Worship عبادة

Worship in the middle night of Sha’ban

Worship in the middle night of Sha’ban

“The prayer of a man individually has been done by the predecessors and there is a proof for it, so it cannot be rejected.”

Celebrating the Prophet’s birthday in Islam

Celebrating the Prophet’s birthday in Islam

Celebrating the birthday of Prophet Muhammad is a very controversial practice in Islam on which reputable scholars disagree.

Ibn Al-Qayyim on virtues of Arafat on Friday

Ibn Al-Qayyim on virtues of Arafat on Friday

“The day of Arafat, the day of sacrifice, and the days of Mina are celebrations for us, the people of Islam.”

Wisdom الحكمة

Arguing about the religion in Islam

Arguing about the religion in Islam

“No people go astray after being guided except that they indulge in arguments.”

Love the sinner, hate the sin in Islam

Love the sinner, hate the sin in Islam

“Love for people what you would love for yourself, and hate for people what you would hate for yourself.”

Ibn Al-Qayyim on three types of hearts

Ibn Al-Qayyim on three types of hearts

“The heart has been classified into three types: the sound heart, the dead heart, and the diseased heart.”

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“I enjoin you to treat the captives well.”

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“None shall bear the burdens of another.”

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“The believer hates death and I hate to hurt him.”

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“I will not declare anyone from this nation to be an unbeliever.”

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“Muslim groups must be judged by their actions and not the color of the flags they wave.”

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“When it is said to them do not cause corruption on the earth, they say we are but reformers.”

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Did the Prophet accept the presentation of severed heads?

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“A severed head was never presented to the Messenger of Allah.”

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Allah loves gentleness in all things

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“Whoever is given his portion of kindness has been given his portion of goodness.”

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Ibn Taymiyyah on corruption of violent rebellion against Muslim rulers

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“The best of the early Muslims prohibited rebellion and fighting in times of tribulation.”

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Is jihad the sixth pillar of Islam?

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“Islam is built upon five: to worship Allah and to disbelieve in what is worshiped besides him, to establish prayer, to give charity, to perform Hajj pilgrimage to the House, and to fast the month of Ramadan.”

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Islam, reason, and spiritual freedom

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“Indeed, humans are only favored over beastly animals by their minds which order them to restrain their desires.”

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Ibn Qudamah on the prostration of forgetfulness, Sujud As-Sahwa

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“Forgetfulness is one of three types: an addition, an omission, and a doubt.”

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Ibn Al-Jawzi on conflict between reason and desires

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Ibn Al-Jawzi on conflict between reason and desires

“How much satisfaction that provoked happiness, ended by revealing sorrow and sadness?”

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“They are those who follow the Messenger, the unlettered prophet, whom they find written in what they have of the Torah and the Gospel.”

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“Abdullah ibn Umar used to perform a ritual bath on the day of breaking fast before he would depart for prayer.”

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“The Prophet would perform the ritual bath before heading to Eid prayer according to an authentic report.”

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“What will make you know what is the Night of Decree? The Night of Decree is better than a thousand months.”

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“Let him not sit down until he prays two bowings.”

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Ibn Al-Qayyim on oppressive rulers reflecting the sins of the people

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“If the people are upright, then their kings will remain upright. If they turn away from righteousness, then their kings will also turn away.”

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At-Tahawi on obedience with oppressive rulers

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“We do not recognize the rebellion against our leader or those in charge of our affairs even if they are unjust, nor do we wish evil for them, nor do we refuse to follow them.”

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“The majority of scholars maintain that night prayer in Ramadan consists of twenty bowings and others said that is consists of eleven, thirteen, or thirty six bowings.”

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“They will pass through the religion just as an arrow pierces its target and they will not return to it just as the arrow does not return to the bow.”

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