By Shaykh Yassir Fazaga. From an Islamic perspective health is viewed as one of the greatest blessings that God has bestowed on mankind. It should be noted that the greatest blessing after belief is health, as narrated in the following Hadith: The final messenger of God, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) mounted the pulpit, then wept and said, “Ask Allah (swt) for forgiveness and health, for after being granted certainty, one is given nothing better than health.” Related in Tirmidhi. Continue reading →
Those people, Ahmad ibn Hambal, as-Shafiee, al-Izz ibn Abdis Salam, an-Nawawi, Syed Qutb, Hassan al-Banna, Abd Aziz al-Badri, Saleh Siriyah… What gave them immortality? What caused their rememberance? How were their names scribed in to the books… Continue reading →
In this show we’ll talk with brother Nouman Ali Khan about how he went from being in a Muslim family but later in life he turned towards atheism and then after gaining a better understanding about the Quran he finally had all his questions answered and then turned back to Islam. This is a wonderful story which many people can benefit from. Continue reading →
The Holy Qur’an is the final revelation of Allah- a proclamation to all of humanity. It is full of wisdom, a warning to the heedless, a solace to the suffering, and a hope to those in despair. In short, The Holy Qur’an is a guidance for all of mankind. Now ask yourself a question: is it possible to derive all these blessings and insights from the Qur’an without actually understanding the meaning or implementing its rulings? Yet this is the position of so many Muslims today. Dr. Zakir Naik explains why it is compulsory for mankind to read the Qur’an with understanding. Continue reading →
Aaidh ibn Abdullah al-Qarni
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At a time in which the Muslims are beset with trials from every periphery and within, comes this heartening book rooted in the commandments of Allah (swt), the Sunnah and the excellent guidance and examples of the Muslims that have come before us. Don’t Be Sad is an absolute must-read for all people. It is full of practical advice on how to replace sadness with a pragmatic and ultimately satisfying Islamic outlook on life. It exposes to the modern reader how Islam teaches us to deal with the tests and tribulations of this world. Continue reading →
Shaykh Abdullah Azzam
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Be True To Allah (SWT) - (Sidq Ma’Allah): The biggest problem facing Islām today is the lack of the sincere and truthful amongst those who are working for Allāh, except for those few hidden, pious, and pure people who were made for leading nations, and were made for navigating the ship.
Time Magazine described Shaykh Abdullah Azzam as the man who wasthe ‘ reviver of Jihad in the 20th Century’. Abdullah Yusuf Azzam was born in the village of Ass-ba’ah Al-Hartiyeh, province of Jineen in the occupied sacred land of Palestine in 1941 CE. He was brought up in a humble house where he was taught Islam, and was fed with the love of Allah, His Messenger (saw), those striving in the Way of Allah, the righteous people and the desire for the Hereafter. Sheikh Abdullah Azzam was one of the first Arabs to join the Afghan Jihad against the communist USSRIn 1979, when he learned about the Afghan Jihad, he left his teaching position at King Abdul-Aziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and went to Islamabad, Pakistan, in order to be able to participate in the Jihad. He was a fine example of Islamic manners, in his piety, his devotion to Allah and his modesty in all things. He would never adulate in his relations with others. Shaykh Azzam always listened to the youth, he was dignified and did not allow fear to have access to his brave heart. He practised continual fasting especially the alternate daily fasting routine of Prophet Dawud (as). He strongly counselled others to practice fasting on Mondays and Thursdays. The Shaykh was a man of uprightness, honesty and virtue, and was never heard to slander others or to talk unpleaasently about an individual Muslim. On 24 November 1989. The enemies of Allah planted three bombs on a road so narrow only a single car could travel on it. It was the road Shaykh Abdullah Azzam would use to drive to the Friday Prayer. That Friday, the Shaykh together with two of his own sons, Ibrahim and Muhammad, and with one of the sons of the late Shaykh Tameem Adnani drove along the road. The car stopped at the position of the first bomb, and the Sheikh alighted to walk the remainder of the way. The enemies, lying in wait, then exploded the bomb. A loud explosion and a great thundering were heard all over the city. People emerged from the mosque, and beheld a terrible scene. Only a small fragment of the car remained. The young son Ibrahim flew 100 metres into the air; the other two youths were thrown a similar distance away, and their remains were scattered among the trees and power lines. As for Shaykh Abdullah Azzam himself, his body was found resting against a wall, totally intact and not at all disfigured, except that some blood was seen issuing from his mouth. Sheikh Abdullah Azzam himself once said, ” Indeed Islamic history is not written except with the blood of the Shuhadaa’, except with the stories of the Shuhadaa’ and except with the examples of the Shuhadaa’. ” May Allah (swt) accept him amongst them. Continue reading →
Muhammad Bin Ali Al-Arfaj
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What Must Be Known About Islam: This beautiful book goes over the fundamental five pillars of Islam in detail followed by the Tafsir of certain chapters of the Noble Quran and a discussion about marriage. Continue reading →
Sayed Mahmoud Hamed
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Praise be to Allah, Lord of Alamin (mankind, jinn and all that exists), and peace and blessings be upon Prophet Muhammad the noblest of all messengers, his relatives, all his friends and whoever calls for his message to the Day of Recompense …Conveying Islamic Message Society has received from some Muslims in the European countries questions asked by the so- called Christian missionaries.
Those questions are:
1. Who is Allah?
2. How to reach Allah and how to be faithful to Him?
3. What is the way to paradise?
4. Have you done all the deeds necessary to enter paradise?
5. How then do we enter paradise by His grace and mercy only?
6. How can Allah be merciful and just at the same time?
These questions were concluded by the statement “Jesus is God’s Sacrifice” Continue reading →