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Will people be punished in Hellfire forever?

July 11, 2016
Will people be punished in Hellfire forever?

“Allah the Exalted informed us that his mercy encompasses all things,”

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The marvel of positive thinking in Islam

June 4, 2016
The marvel of positive thinking in Islam

“I am as my servant expects Me and I am with him as he remembers Me.”

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Overcoming depression and anxiety with Islam

July 6, 2015
Overcoming depression and anxiety with Islam

“Wondrous is the affair of the believer for there is good for him in every matter.”

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The purpose of prayer in Islam

June 25, 2015
The purpose of prayer in Islam

“Verily, the prayer prohibits immorality and wrongdoing, and the remembrance of Allah is greater.”

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Key to Paradise in Islam

April 20, 2015
Key to Paradise in Islam

“Whoever disbelieves in false gods and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy handhold which will never break,”

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Love the sinner, hate the sin in Islam

April 5, 2015
Love the sinner, hate the sin in Islam

“Love for people what you would love for yourself, and hate for people what you would hate for yourself.”

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Ibn Al-Qayyim on three types of hearts

April 4, 2015
Ibn Al-Qayyim on three types of hearts

“The heart has been classified into three types: the sound heart, the dead heart, and the diseased heart.”

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Is it required for Muslims to have one ruler?

February 3, 2015
Is it required for Muslims to have one ruler?

“Do not be among those who commit idolatry or those who divided their religion and became sects.”

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Let him blame no one but himself

December 9, 2014
Let him blame no one but himself

“Whatever disaster strikes you is for what your hands have earned.”

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Ibn Al-Jawzi on conflict between reason and desires

July 31, 2014
Ibn Al-Jawzi on conflict between reason and desires

“How much satisfaction that provoked happiness, ended by revealing sorrow and sadness?”

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