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Prohibition of abusive language and insults

Prohibition of abusive language and insults

Khutbah By Shaykh ‘Abdul-Hameed Ad-Daaghistaani delivered in April 2016 Thanks be to Allah Who prohibited harming the Muslims in all cases and said in this regard which means: “And those who annoy believing men and women undeservedly, bear (on themselves) a calumny and a glaring sin.” (Al-Ahzaab: 58). I testify that there is no God […]

 
Love to be Unknown – statements of Ikhlaas (sincerety) and Zuhd (non-attachment to the world) of the Pious Predecessors

Love to be Unknown – statements of Ikhlaas (sincerety) and Zuhd (non-attachment to the world) of the Pious Predecessors

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful Some amazing statements from Shaykh Sayyid al-‘Affani’s book on Ikhlas:   ‘Abdullah ibn al-Mubarak: “Develop a love for obscurity, being hidden from the people, and disliking fame. Do not show that you love obscurity such that you end up raising yourself (above others). The […]

 
“Allah knows I killed him..”

“Allah knows I killed him..”

The following was taken from a Jumu`ah Khutbah delivered by Shaykh Muhammad Ibrahim al-Madhi in the Shaykh ‘Ijlin Mosque in Gaza on June 6th, 2001: “…O, you who love Allah, it is our duty to strive so that all our deeds will be [only] for the sake of Allah. Listen to the following precious story: […]

 
Sincerity

Sincerity

A letter was handed to Imam al-Buhlul ibn Rashid al-Qayrawani al-Maliki (rahimallah)… ‘Some of the students of al-Buhlul said: A letter was handed to Imam al-Buhlul (rahimallah) so he opened it and it was in it: “From a woman from Samarqand of Khurasan [near Afghanistan], I am a woman who committed all types of sins that […]

 
Create weight in your actions

Create weight in your actions

By: Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani, Translated by Muhammad Saifur Rahman   This is an extract from a lesson on the final lesson of Bukhari in Madani Girl School, London on Sha’ban 1432. This is a translation from Urdu. To create weight in your actions, develop Ikhlas (sincerity). Every action, whatever the action, do it for […]