The Arabs say Love is of Ten levels Continue reading “What is Love?”
In our offices and workplaces we can hardly find time to do acts of worship and righteous deeds. What can we do in the short time that we can find in our day? How can we make use of it?
Continue reading “What Can You Do In One Minute?”
“He is the One Who has released two types of bodies of water, one refreshing and sweet and the other salty and bitter – but He has established a barrier and a prohibiting partition between them.” (Quran: 25:53) Continue reading “Does the Quran Get The Mixing Of Saltwater And Freshwater Wrong?”
Rabi’ah bint Esma’il al-‘Adawiya, born in humble circumstances and sold into slavery as a child, later settled in Basra where she attained great fame as a saint and a preacher and was highly esteemed by many of her pious contemporaries. Continue reading “Rabi’ah al-Adawiyah al-Basariyah – A Sufi Biography”
“I came to know love the moment I found your love,
And I have closed my heart from everyone except you.
I envy the sand that met his feet
I’m jealous of honey he tasted sweet
Of birds that hovered above his head
Of spiders who spun their sacred web
Muslims here in the UK are facing an issue that seems to have no apparent solution. Every year during Ramadan people are dumbfounded and confused by the discrepancies between multiple timetables published by the mosques and organisations in the UK. One community is enjoying their Suhoor while a nearby second has already prayed their Fajr Salah which had started as early as 01:15am. What are our Imams doing? Continue reading “When Does Fajr Begin?”
Do you know Al-Aqsa?
Q. We occasionally get asked why we show the image of the Dome of the Rock (Qubbat as Sukhra) when we are discussing or promoting the issue of Masjid al-Aqsa. It is asserted that this causes confusion in people’s minds about what Masjid al-Aqsa actually refers to. This response intends to help resolve the confusion. Continue reading “Do you know Al-Aqsa?”
An atheist Professor of philosophy speaks to his class on the problem science has with God, The Almighty.
He asks one of his new students to stand and…..
Professor: So you believe in God?
Student: Absolutely, sir. Continue reading “Duality and God”
There was a young man who went overseas to study for quite a long time. When he returned, he asked his parents to find him a religious scholar or any expert who could answer his three Questions. Finally, his parents were able to find a Muslim scholar. Continue reading “A Tricky Trivia”
I just donated. Let us all do the same!
Donate now. Give money to help your Muslim brothers & sisters survive the calamity they are facing. It is freezing. Its snowing in Syria. And there is no central heating. Can you not spare even a meager 5 pounds?
“The believers in their affection, compassion and love for one another are like one single body. If a part of it suffers from pain, the whole body will suffer in pain.” (Muslim) Continue reading “Donate to Syria”