Tag: Umar Ibn Al-Khattab عمر بن الخطاب

Praying for enemies in Islam

November 2, 2016
Praying for enemies in Islam

“I was not sent to invoke curses, but rather I was only sent as mercy.”

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Blessings of the day of Arafat

September 6, 2016
Blessings of the day of Arafat

“The Ḥajj is ‘Arafāt.”

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Beware the supplication of the oppressed

June 14, 2016
Beware the supplication of the oppressed

“Beware of committing oppression, for oppression will be darkness on the Day of Resurrection.”

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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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Blood money reform in Islam

March 16, 2016
Blood money reform in Islam

“Verily, Allah orders justice and excellence,”

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The rights of animals in Islam

February 29, 2016
The rights of animals in Islam

“In every living being there is a reward for charity.”

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Moderation and balance in Islam

January 2, 2016
Moderation and balance in Islam

“The justly balanced is the furthest point between two extremes.”

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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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