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Islam in the age of Liberalism and Democracy

June 11, 2014
Islam in the age of Liberalism and Democracy

“No doubt, modern Liberalism is the dominant political ideology in the world today and therefore one of the greatest intellectual challenges for Muslims.”

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Hard work and responsibility in Islam

December 5, 2013
Hard work and responsibility in Islam

“Every one of you is a shepherd and is responsible for his flock.”

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Ibn Qudamah on voluntary fasting

July 16, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on voluntary fasting

“Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan and regularly follows it by fasting six days in the month of Shawwal will be counted as if he has fasted his entire life.”

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An-Nawawi on hard work and responsibility

May 30, 2013
An-Nawawi on hard work and responsibility

“If one of you were to carry a bundle of firewood on his back and sell it, that would be better for him than begging a man who may or may not give him anything.”

—Sahih Muslim 1042

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An-Nawawi on enjoining good and forbidden evil

May 20, 2013
An-Nawawi on enjoining good and forbidden evil

“Let there arise from you a nation inviting to good,”

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Are images, pictures, photos, and cartoons forbidden in Islam?

May 18, 2013
Are images, pictures, photos, and cartoons forbidden in Islam?

“From all of this, I hold that the pictures used to make cartoon movies are among the images that are permissible to produce – and Allah knows best. Consequently the sale, purchase, and viewing of cartoons is also permitted as long as all of these activities are engaged in according to the dictates of Islamic Law.”

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