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Tag: Ibn Kathir ابن كثير

Good character is the path to salvation in Islam

February 13, 2016
Good character is the path to salvation in Islam

“I have only been sent to perfect righteous character.”

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Cooperation with all humanity for justice in the Hilf al-Fudul

February 1, 2016
Cooperation with all humanity for justice in the Hilf al-Fudul

“Allah the Exalted commands his faithful servants to cooperate in good deeds,”

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All human life is sacred in Islam

September 30, 2015
All human life is sacred in Islam

“Do not kill the soul which Allah has made sacred except by right of justice.”

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Arguing about the religion in Islam

April 11, 2015
Arguing about the religion in Islam

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

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Easy good deeds with great rewards

March 30, 2015
Easy good deeds with great rewards

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

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Abrogation and specification in the Quran

December 10, 2014
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.”

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Mercy towards prisoners of war in Islam

December 1, 2014
Mercy towards prisoners of war in Islam

“I enjoin you to treat the captives well.”

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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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Blessings of the Night of Decree, Laylat Al-Qadr

July 19, 2014
Blessings of the Night of Decree, Laylat Al-Qadr

“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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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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