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The Sweetness of Faith Lies in the Fruits of Knowledge

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5 Interesting Scientific Facts from Quran

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 20:15:57 +0000

Islam as a religion brings an answer to every single question that exists; this is why it is considered as the complete code of life. You can find the impressions of Islam in each part of a Muslim life, regardless of whether it is some financial issue, social, personal or any other thing related to […]

How to Pass Tests: Lessons from the Du’a of Prophet Ibrahim

Sun, 01 Sep 2013 11:07:36 +0000

In Surah Baqarah, Allah declares that he will continuously test us, again and again, with trials of good and harm. How can we deal with these trials? Allah also declares that Prophet Ibrahim (alayhi salaam) aced and perfectly responded to his own severe trials (ibtilaa). When he left his son and wife in the desert, he said something key in his du'a that we can learn and apply to pass our own tests and trials.

The Significance of Seven in Arab Culture

Mon, 17 Sep 2012 17:25:18 +0000

One of the things we need to understand about Arabic culutre is the significance of the number “seven.” This boils over into our understanding of ahadith. First, a strong disclaimer: Islam has nothing to do with numerology — that is, the study and assignment of arbitrary numbers to the value of letters of the Arabic […]

Tafseer Surah Nazi’at, Part 2

Mon, 21 Mar 2011 02:31:32 +0000

In Surah Nazi'aat, we see the story of Prophet Musa (Moses) alayhi salaam. We learn lessons from the reason he was called to give dawah, the way he called da'wah, the wording that he called Fir'awn to, and from the reaction of Fir'awn. Truly in this, there is a lesson for people to think and ponder upon.

Tafseer Surah Nazi’at, Part 1

Sat, 05 Mar 2011 22:59:56 +0000

In this post, insha'Allah we will take a whirlwind tour of the first third or so of Surah Naazi'aat, a great and powerful surah of the Qur'an. Then insha'Allah we will go back and dive into more details (particularly in the Arabic side of things). We learn about angels, hearts, and the true nature of the Earth and mountains.

Tafseer Surah Naba’, Part 3: Contemplate

Wed, 14 Jul 2010 22:04:45 +0000

In the final post on Surah Naba', we explore two important themes: descriptions of Paradise (and the fire-escape verses), and descriptions of the Day of Judgment -- a day every single human being must endure.

Tafseer Surah Naba’, Part 2

Tue, 09 Mar 2010 18:03:59 +0000

Surah Naba describes the Day of Judgment, Paradise and Hellfire, and some of the events that will unfold -- like the blowing of As-Soor, the trumpet; and the Meeqat, the appointment that will neither arrive early nor late.

Tafseer Surah Naba’, Part 1

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 20:16:36 +0000

The beginning of surah Naba' mentions several of the blessings of Allah upon the human race. What are they asking about? The great day, that they differ about; but they will know the truth.

Tafseer Surah Ghashiyah: Heaven and Hell

Wed, 27 Jan 2010 17:32:07 +0000

In Surah Ghashiyah, Allah begins with a question: have you heard of Al-Ghashiyah, the Overwhelming? The companions used to know the answers, but they would humble themselves and listen. So listen to what Allah is saying about that great day, the day Al-Ghaashiyah.

Beacons of Light

Sun, 17 Jan 2010 16:31:23 +0000

We're featuring a guest post from I Got it Covered. 'Umar (radiallahu 'anhu) used to require girls to memorize certain verses of the Qur'an, verses that pertained to their daily life -- especially hijab. His methodology was, learn first, then apply; how far are we from this today?