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Distinguishing Between Thoughts From Ourselves, Shaytan, and Allah



By: Shaykh Rami Nsour

The Spring Source of our actions

All of our actions spring forth from a thought that enters our heart and this is what makes knowing the science of thoughts (khawatir) so important [Muhammad Mawlud, The Purification of the Heart]. One of the most difficult tasks we face in our lives will be in weighing out each one of the thoughts that enters our heart and seeing which one we should follow. The scholars have given us a guideline as to how to tell the signs of the source of thoughts that enter our heart.

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“Day” occurs 365 times, and “month” occurs 12 times in the Glorious Quran!



1-  Allah Almighty’s Divine Claims:

The Noble Quran and Islam are filled with scientific statements and notions.  These are statements of Allah Almighty describing how He created things on earth and in the Universe.  What’s most amazing is that all of these scientific statements and notions had been proven to be in perfect agreement with science and our modern-day scientific discoveries.  Allah Almighty made the Noble Quran be Prophet Muhammad’s (peace be upon him) Everlasting Divine Miracle and proof for Prophethood.  The Holy Book certainly stood the test of time 1,500 years ago with Its Claims, Prophecies and Miraculous language eloquence, and it does again and again in our day today with Its overwhelming agreement with science and discoveries that were not known to man 1,500 years ago.

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Send blessings on the Prophet [pbuh] in abundance


Indeed, Allah and His angels send prayers upon the Prophet. O you who believe! Send prayers and abundant salutations upon him. (Surah Ahzab, 33:56)

You should realize that prayer upon the Prophet ﷺ is a ladder and means of [spiritual] ascent to arrive unto Allah. That is because sending prayers upon him ﷺ frequently engenders the Prophet’s love, and the Prophet’s love engenders Allah’s love, and Allah’s love for the servant attracts the servant to the Divine Presence—with or without an intermediary.

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By: Suleiman Salem

As Muslims, we are commanded to love the Messenger (salAllaahu ‘alayhi wasallam) and to follow in his path without religious deviations or innovations, in order to worship Allah (subhaanahu wa ta’aala) in the way that He commanded. Sometimes, unfortunately, our claims of love fall short, and thus there are signs that we can reflect on in order to analyze how much love we truly have for the greatest human being to walk this earth, peace and blessings be upon him.

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Quran Gems: The Sale (Video)



By: Hamza Andreas Tzortzis


God’s Testimony

The inimitability and Divine authorship of the Qur’an 

(for Non-Arabs or non-experts of the Arabic language)

Most of what we know is based on the say so of others. This holds true for facts that we would never deny. For many of us these truths include the existence of Amazonian Indian tribes, photosynthesis, ultraviolet radiation, and bacteria. Let me elaborate further by using your mother as an example. How would you prove to me – a perfect stranger – that your mother did in fact give birth to you? As bizarre as this question sounds, it will help clarify a very important yet underrated source of knowledge. Some might say “my mother told me so”, “I have a birth certificate”, “my father told me, he was there”, or “I have checked my mother’s hospital records”. These responses are not unfounded, however they are based on the statements of other people. Sceptical minds may not be satisfied. They may try and salvage an empirical basis for their conviction by using the ‘DNA card’ or by referring to video footage. The conviction that your mother is who she says she is, isn’t based on a DNA home test kit. The reality is that most of us have not taken a DNA test. It is also not based on video footage as you still have to rely on the say so of others to claim that the baby is actually you. So how and why are we so sure? This, admittedly quirky example, brings to light an important source of knowledge, testimony.

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Nouman Ali Khan: Body Vs Soul, Material Vs Divine (Illustrated Video)

info-pictogram1 They forgot Allah, so Allah Made them Forget Themselves!

At the time of reciting Quran, realize the beautiful manner of divine glory & think that what u recite is not human words.

gb copy At the time of reciting Quran, realize the beautiful manner of divine glory & think that what u recite is not human words.
es copy En el momento de recitar el Corán, darse cuenta de la manera hermosa de la gloria divina y creo que lo que u no es recitar las palabras humanas.
nl copy Op het moment van het reciteren van de Koran, het realiseren van de prachtige manier van goddelijke glorie en denken dat wat u reciteren is geen menselijke woorden.
fr copy Au moment de la récitation du Coran, de réaliser la belle manière de la gloire divine et pense que ce n’est pas u réciter des paroles humaines.
de copy Zu der Zeit des Koran zu rezitieren, erkennen die schöne Art und Weise der göttlichen Herrlichkeit und denke, dass das, was u rezitieren ist nicht menschliche Worte.
CN67867 在背誦古蘭經的時間,實現神聖光輝美麗的方式和認為什麼ü背誦不是人話。
Sweden Vid tidpunkten för recitera Koranen, inser vackert sätt av gudomlig härlighet och tror att det som u recitera är inte mänskliga ord.
rus7897 На момент читает Коран, реализовать красивую манеру божественной славы и думаю, что то, что у читать не человеческие слова.
4523turkey Kur’an-ı Kerim okuyan zamanda, ilahi zafer güzel şekilde gerçekleştirmek ve ne u ezberden insan kelime olmadığını düşünüyorum.
images Al momento di recitare Corano, realizzare la bella maniera di gloria divina e pensare che quello che u recitare non è parole umane.
indonesiaID Pada saat membaca Quran, menyadari cara yang indah kemuliaan ilahi & berpikir bahwa apa yang u membaca bukanlah kata-kata manusia.

Muslims express their love for the House of Allah (God) even in written word constructions!


” Look at this beautiful expression of the Divine in the Arabic Calligraphy of Yusuf Najm Udin: “Allahu Akbar Mosque) (Allah is the Greatest mosque). May Almighty Allah bless and protect all of the sacred masjids of the world, especially on the blessed day of Jumu’ah (Friday).”

Written by Abdullah Hakim Quick