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More than a Contract: Understanding Marriage as a Covenant

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More than a Contract: Understanding Marriage as a Covenant

What comes to your mind when you hear the word marriage? Putting aside the cultural and traditional associations such as […]

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Anger Management: Three Insights from One Quranic Verse

Good and evil are never equal. Respond to evil with what is best, and your enemy will become like a […]

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“By the Witness and that Which is Witnessed…”

In times of calamity and hardship, when Muslims are massacred and Islam is attacked by old adversaries and new ones, […]

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The Ultimate Spiritual Journey

The image of millions of Muslim pilgrims performing Hajj is always an overwhelming sight humanity witnesses. Hajj is one of […]

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The Season of Righteous Deeds

The 10 Days of Thul-Hijjah: Season of Righteous Deeds As we approach the first ten days of the sacred month […]

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Say I believe in Allah Then stay firm

Say, I Believe in Allah, then Stay Firm  قُلْ، آمَنْت بِاَللَّهِ ثُمَّ اسْتَقِمْ When Sufyan Ibn Abdillah asked Prophet Muhammad […]

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Ramadan, the Believer’s Fortress

I pray that Allah blesses each of you with the best of the blessed month of Ramadan. It is a […]

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The Seeds of Ramadan

Allah, the Most High, mentions in the verses regarding fasting that which translate to: “O you who have believed, fasting […]

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Fasting and the Path of Taqwa

  Rediscovering Ingredients Required for Developing Taqwa through Fasting Is there a relationship between fasting and developing piety? According to […]

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Ramadan – In the Footsteps of a Great Generation

Imam Malik, the Imam of one of the four schools of Islamic jurisprudence, may Allah bestow mercy upon him, would […]

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Fasting and Self-mastery: The Power of Saying No to our Ego

Usually, many people think of fasting merely as a religious obligation to be fulfilled by abstaining from the fleshly appetites […]

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Fasting and Spiritual Maturity

Fasting is not starvation; it is a spiritual discipline that awakens our Fitrah, or natural disposition toward God, and keeps […]

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