Tag: Day of Resurrection يوم القيامة

Every good deed is charity in Islam

January 26, 2015
Every good deed is charity in Islam

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

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Muslims avoid harming people with their words and deeds

December 20, 2014
Muslims avoid harming people with their words and deeds

“Do not cause harm or return harm.”

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Collective punishment is a crime in Islam

November 27, 2014
Collective punishment is a crime in Islam

“None shall bear the burdens of another.”

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Dangers of takfir, declaring Muslims to be apostates

November 4, 2014
Dangers of takfir, declaring Muslims to be apostates

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

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Ibn Al-Qayyim on virtues of Arafat on Friday

September 30, 2014
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.”

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Freedom of religion and apostasy in Islam

June 19, 2014
Freedom of religion and apostasy in Islam

“The truth is from your Lord. So whoever wills let him believe, and whoever wills let him disbelieve.”

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Allah multiplies the reward for good deeds

June 9, 2014
Allah multiplies the reward for good deeds

“Every deed of the son of Adam is multiplied from ten to seven hundred times.”

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Are Muslims not punished for killing non-Muslims?

May 28, 2014
Are Muslims not punished for killing non-Muslims?

“The meaning of this tradition is that a Muslim is not killed for killing a combatant in war.”

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An-Nawawi on Covering Faults

May 19, 2014
An-Nawawi on Covering Faults

“Everyone from my nation will be pardoned except those who sin in public.”

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An-Nawawi on kindness to the poor and weak

May 7, 2014
An-Nawawi on kindness to the poor and weak

“The one who cares for an orphan and myself will be together in Paradise like these two fingers.”

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