Tag: Methodology منهاج

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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Follow your conscience in Islam

May 2, 2016
Follow your conscience in Islam

“Leave what makes you doubt for what does not make you doubt.”

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Good character comes before knowledge of Islamic sciences

April 5, 2016
Good character comes before knowledge of Islamic sciences

“What I learned from the manners of Malik was better than his knowledge.”

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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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The Muslims will split into seventy three sects

March 27, 2016
The Muslims will split into seventy three sects

“Indeed, this splitting has happened due to the presence of aggression and hatred.”

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The story of Hafsa and Maria in Surat at-Tahreem

March 26, 2016
The story of Hafsa and Maria in Surat at-Tahreem

“Indeed, the only authentic narration is that it was about honey,”

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Sucking the tongues of children?

March 10, 2016
Sucking the tongues of children?

“The Prophet gave Hasan and Hussein his tongue and he moistened it as they were crying from thirst, then they calmed down.”

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Do Muslims fight to impose a political system?

February 26, 2016
Do Muslims fight to impose a political system?

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

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Force non-Muslims to the side of the road?

February 15, 2016
Force non-Muslims to the side of the road?

“We have been prohibited from harming them without a just cause.”

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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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