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7 Sunnahs to Try Out in Ramadan

1. Dua after iftar It seems obvious, but we often tend to forget this basic sunnah of the Prophet (sa) when we once get a waft of the delicious samosas after a whole days’ fasting. Keeping this dua in our mind will help us focus on the spiritual aspect of iftar in sha Allah. Marwan […]

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Duas for Forgiveness from the Quran and Sunnah

One of the most important acts of worship in Islam is asking for Allah’s forgiveness. In our daily lives, we commit countless sins by omitting to do what is obligatory upon us, by committing sins, or harming others. Sometimes we do it knowingly, while many times we do it unconsciously. Allah (swt) says about istighfar: […]

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Some Quotes from Islamic History

When we were at school, we were taught the history of the different ages of the Mughal Empire, Captain Cook, Columbus and so on. But most children, even in Islamic countries, are taught little, if anything, of the history of the great men and women in Islam. From the time of Adam (as) to the […]

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Different Approaches to Learning Arabic

Okay, so you have been trying to learn Arabic for the last few years. But when you look at your progress, it’s just discouraging. I’ve seen a lot of people, including myself, go through this. After years of learning, you still haven’t set your teeth on it. Why? Does it mean you’ve got less IQ […]

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Ramadan Special: A Dua About the Quran

Ramadan is a month of fasting, the Quran, and dua. There is a special dua that combines the latter two and is on combatting anxiety and depression via the Quran. Let us try to understand this dua and how it can make our Ramadan beautiful in sha Allah.   “Whoever is ever afflicted anxiety or […]

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Arabic Conjugation (Verb), Pronouns and the Quran

Note: The reader is assumed to have a basic understanding of Arabic verbs and pronouns. When studying the sciences of Arabic grammar and morphology, we often lose sight of the big picture. We get so immersed into learning the past and present, the active and passive, the singular and plural, that we forget the reason […]

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