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Published: Jan 13, 2011 22:41 Updated: Jan 13, 2011 22:42 In the name of God, the Lord of Grace, the Ever Merciful Whatever you are given is but for the enjoyment of life in this world, but that which is with God is much better and more enduring. (It shall be given) to those who believe and place their trust in their Lord. (Consultation, Al-Shura, 42: 36)
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Published: Oct 28, 2010 23:26 Updated: Oct 28, 2010 23:26 In the name of God, the Lord of Grace, the Ever Merciful SO We have revealed to you a discourse in the Arabic tongue in order that you may warn the Mother City and all who dwell around it; that you may forewarn them of the Day of the Gathering, of which there is no doubt, when some shall be in paradise and some in the blazing fire. Had God so willed, He could have made them all one single community, but He admits to His grace whoever ...
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By ADIL SALAHI Published: Oct 15, 2010 04:46 Updated: Oct 15, 2010 04:46 The Prophet (peace be upon him) was kind to all people, particularly those who were in obvious distress, even though they may not be Muslims. He never hesitated to console anyone who has suffered a calamity. He overlooked the reaction of such people and tried to help them by reminding them that patience and resignation in times of distress would be of great help.
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How can we help a child to know his Lord?
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What the Qur'an teaches: Between comfort and hardship Published: Sep 16, 2010 22:35 Updated: Sep 16, 2010 22:35 In the name of God, the Lord of Grace, the Ever Merciful Man never tires of asking for good (things), but if evil fortune touches him, he abandons all hope, sinking into despair. Yet whenever We let him taste some of Our grace after hardship has befallen him, he is sure to say, âThis is but my due!â and, âI do not think that the Last Hour will ever come; but even ...
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By ADIL SALAHI Published: Jun 17, 2010 22:47 Updated: Jun 17, 2010 22:47 GOD requires us to pray five times every day. These are obligatory in the sense that missing any one of them, without a valid reason, is a sin that is liable to punishment by God. Each prayer has a time range during which it is properly and timely offered. When the time has lapsed, any Muslim who missed it, without reason, has incurred a grievous sin, which he needs to repent. Such repentance must be accompanied by ...
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By ADIL SALAHI Published: Jun 4, 2010 22:05 Updated: Jun 4, 2010 22:05 The second of the two annual Eids which Muslims mark is the Eid of Sacrifice. This is when the head of every Muslim family is strongly recommended to slaughter a sheep as a sacrifice. The meat of the sheep is ideally divided in three equal parts, one for the family, and one to send as gifts to neighbors and relatives, and the third part to give to the poor. Thus, the whole society shares in this festive occasion and t ...
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