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Congratulating non-Muslims on their festivals and celebrations

December 23, 2015
Congratulating non-Muslims on their festivals and celebrations

“Harshness is not found in anything except that it disgraces it.”

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Should we destroy the graves of pious Muslims?

November 11, 2015
Should we destroy the graves of pious Muslims?

“There is no condemnation of others in matters of scholarly disagreement.”

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An-Nawawi on reliance and trust in Allah

November 7, 2015
An-Nawawi on reliance and trust in Allah

“I trust in Allah for there is no power or might but in Allah.”

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Do the Muslim believers love death and long for it?

November 7, 2014
Do the Muslim believers love death and long for it?

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

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An-Nawawi on Repentance

April 15, 2014
An-Nawawi on Repentance

“Seek forgiveness from your Lord and turn to Him in repentance.”

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Ahmad ibn Hanbal’s patience under persecution

January 15, 2014
Ahmad ibn Hanbal’s patience under persecution

“O Ibn Abi Duad, say in my ear the Quran is the word of Allah, it is not created, so that you may be saved from the punishment of Allah.”

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Love in the Quran and Sunnah

January 7, 2014
Love in the Quran and Sunnah

“None of you has faith until he loves for his brother or his neighbor what he loves for himself.”

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Sunan of Sleeping and Waking

January 1, 2014
Sunan of Sleeping and Waking

“Whoever goes to sleep in a state of purity will have an angel over his head.”

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The world is nothing compared to the Hereafter

December 23, 2013
The world is nothing compared to the Hereafter

“What is the example of this worldly life in comparison to the Hereafter other than one of you dipping his finger in the sea?”

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Is it permissible for Muslims to stand as respect for others?

December 6, 2013
Is it permissible for Muslims to stand as respect for others?

“This narration implies the desirability of respecting the people of virtue and standing for them when they arrive. This is how the majority of scholars established the desirability of standing.”

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