Tag: Ibn Taymiyyah ابن تيمية

Is there offensive jihad in Islam?

December 9, 2016
Is there offensive jihad in Islam?

“Verily, Allah does not love transgressors.”

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Beware of envy and hatred, destroyer of good deeds

April 12, 2016
Beware of envy and hatred, destroyer of good deeds

“Envy consumes good deeds just as fire burns wood,”

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Protection of civilian non-combatants in Islam

April 3, 2016
Protection of civilian non-combatants in Islam

“People do not betray their covenants except that Allah will let their enemies overpower them.”

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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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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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Application of hudud punishments in Sharia law

December 17, 2015
Application of hudud punishments in Sharia law

“Forgiveness is more beloved to Allah than vengeance, mercy is more beloved to Him than punishment.”

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Reason, logic, and science in Islam

December 8, 2015
Reason, logic, and science in Islam

“The foundation of a man is his intellect, his honor is in his religion, and his chivalry is in his character.”

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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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The purpose of armed jihad in Islam

October 16, 2015
The purpose of armed jihad in Islam

“He who fights to make the word of Allah highest is fighting in the cause of Allah.”

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The definition of faith in Islam

August 16, 2015
The definition of faith in Islam

“Faith is to believe in Allah, His angels, His books, His messengers, the Last Day, and to believe in providence both its good and its bad.”

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