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Tawba Istighfar

Tawba & Istighfar (Repentance & Forgiveness)

Allah (SWT) created human beings with a weak nature. It’s our duty to seek sincere tawba (repentance) and perform istighfar (forgiveness) as frequently as possible, Insha’Allah. It’s inevitable that we are tempted and fall into sins, and Shaytan is always inciting us towards performing sins. The Prophet (SAW) said, “Every son of Adam commits sin, […]

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Surah Layl

6 Lessons to Learn from Surah Layl

Surah Layl is the 92nd Surah in the Quran and begins with a number of oaths. Allah talks about the people of Taqwa, and what they do to please Him. He (SWT) also talks about specific characteristics of people who fall into Hellfire. So who are those special people who will be saved from Hell? […]

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Hajj Life

Maintaining Your Hajj Life After the Pilgrimage

Millions of Muslims are currently gathered in the holy cities in Saudi Arabia for the Hajj pilgrimage. For many people, this is an experience of a lifetime that will continue to make an impact in their lives. Hajj is a lifetime journey packed into a few days of intense worship. It’s almost like a magical […]

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Dhul Hijjah

5 Beneficial Acts of Worship to Do in Dhul Hijjah

The month of Dhul Hijjah is one of the most sacred and blessed months in the Islamic calendar. It is the month of Hajj and the month of Eid al-Adha. This is the month in which the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) has said: “There are no days more beloved to Allah that […]

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tawakkul meaning

Tawakkul upon Allah – What does that mean?

We are often reminded of verses that speak about how Allah grants ease with hardship, how Allah will relieve us from any difficulty we are facing as long as we trust Him and seek His help, but it is natural for us to wonder when this ease or relief will come. Having such doubts does […]

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Healing and Treatment with Ruqya (Using the Quran and Sunnah)

Healing and Treatment with Ruqya (Using the Quran and Sunnah)

Anytime you hear the word ‘Ruqya’, what comes to mind? Probably an image of someone possessed by a jinn and in need of ‘deliverance.’ Because that is what many Muslims attribute ruqya to. But there is so much more to ruqya for us Muslims that goes beyond evil eye (ayn), black magic (sihr) and possession […]

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