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Islam is the nature way and it fits perfectly with the heart, mind, body and soul

Islam is the nature way and it fits perfectly with the heart, mind, body and soul. Islam is free of all superstitions, black magic, which-craft, strange incantations and all that other weird and crazy stuff that people do.

The last and final messenger sent to mankind has sad that “Verily spells, talismans and charms are shrik” [Abu Dawood and Musnad Ahmad]

It’s sad to see many people have fallen into this out of ignorance and a lack of knowledge but there is always hope in ISLAM, so if you have gotten caught up into this please turn to Allah (God) and seek forgiveness and only his protection, and here is a wonderful DUA that you can start reading inshaAllah.

“Remove the suffering O’ Lord of mankind, and heal it perfectly, as you are the True healer. There is no cure Except Your cure, a cure which is not followed by sickness! ” Prophet Muhammad (Abu Dawud)



Fear Allah wherever you may be, don’t associate partners with Him


“Indeed, those who fear their Lord unseen will have forgiveness and great reward.” (Qur’an 67:12). SubhanAllah, what a comforting verse

Fear Allah wherever you may be, don’t associate partners with Him, enjoin what is good and forbid what is evil and follow the Sunnah of Prophet (ﷺ) and you will enter Jannah In Shaa Allah! May Allah give us the strength to do what is good and forbid what is evil. Aameen.

In Shaa Allah we’ll start Revive a Sunnah series tomorrow. Stay tuned and invite others!

Ritual Prayer: Its Meaning and Manner


By: Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani


Prayer is one of the central elements of Islamic practice and worship. Indeed, it is the second of the Five Pillars of Islam and, along with the testimony of faith, the pilgrimage to Mecca, fasting the month of Ramadan and paying the poor tax, forms the essential framework of religious life for Muslims. More than that, the observance of the ritual prayer forms the framework of each Muslim’s day, from the pre-dawn morning prayer to the night prayer that precedes sleep. Read the rest of this entry

As Ramadan comes to an end, increase making Duaa



As Ramadan comes to an end, so do the increased opportunities for prayer. We may or may not get another Ramadan in our lives. This may be our last Iftar. Just before Iftar is a special time to ask Allah for everything you want. Allah loves hearing from us. The last night and day of fasting is a special day of Dua as well, considering that the Prophet has said that Allah makes decisions about our forgiveness that day. So here are some suggested Dua:

Duas before the last Iftar

If everyone in your family can break fast together, it will be great to make Dua together.

  • Oh Allah, please accept all of my prayers, fasting, and remembrance of You during this blessed month.
  • Please forgive me for the shortcomings in my worship and help me improve by next Ramadan.
  • Ya Allah, help me continue the good habits I have acquired during Ramadan.
  • Oh Allah, please make me of the righteous, the guided, and those You love.
  • Ya Allah, please guide me and my family to the Straight Path and help us become excellent Muslims for Your sake.
  • I worship only You and only from You do I seek help. Please increase Your bounty for me and my family
  • Ya Allah, Guide our loved ones, friends, coworkers, neighbors, classmates to the straight path for success in this life and hereafter.



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Apartheid Explained (Video)

info-pictogram1 Nelson Mandela is remembered for his legacy in fighting apartheid and helping South Africa seek healing and forgiveness. But what exactly was apartheid? We break down its roots and what it was like for South Africans living under the discriminatory policies.

Ustadh Ahmad Saleem: 3 Stations Of Forgiveness In Ramadan (Video)


info-pictogram1 Alhamdulillah, Allah s.w.t. has blessed all of us to be in this blessed month of Ramadan and he has blessed you guys to be watching this video this very moment. Now in this blessed month of Ramadan, there are three stops or there are three stations that you don’t ever want to miss and subhanAllah, this is the mercy of this blessed month that Allah s.w.t has given us these three stops or stations for this blessed month.

The first station, the first stop comes where the Prophet s.a.w. said, Whosoever does qiyam, i.e. taraweeh in the month of Ramadan, Allah s.w.t inshaAllah forgive all of his previous sins.

The second station is…Whosoever fasts in the month of Ramadan with imaan and hoping the reward from Allah s.w.t., Allah s.w.t will forgive all of his previous sins.

And the third stop or station comes which is (Arabic) whosoever does qiyaam or tahajjud and taraweeh on the night of laylatul qadr, Allah s.w.t shall forgive all his previous sins.

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The middle of Ramadan: a gift of forgiveness


Forgiveness has been a recurring theme throughout the realm of creation.

From the moment God created the first man – Adam (peace be upon him) – Iblis (Satan) was denied forgiveness after defying God’s command to prostrate before the first man of creation.

Iblis was left to roam around Paradise, but wasn’t forgiven and it’s a well known narration that Iblis would never be forgiven despite his duration on earth, and will eventually become a dweller of Hellfire.

The story of creation of course continues with the creation of Hawa (Eve). Adam and his wife, Eve, were lured into consuming forbidden fruit, both made the first error as far as God was concerned, as they defied God’s one single commandment to stay away from the forbidden fruit. Both husband and wife asked God for forgiveness for transgressing His instruction.

Both of them were forgiven after repenting, but were also assigned the position of vicegerents on Earth. From then on, the offspring of Adam and Eve have always committed errors, and forgiveness has always been on the platter as far as the relationship between man and God is concerned.

God promises: {And seek forgiveness of Allah; surely Allah is Forgiving, Compassionate.} (Al-Muzzammil 73: 20)

The fact that God talks about forgiveness shows how deficient human beings really are. Humans do commit error and do engage in wrong doings, but there is an important facet to this flaw in our own beings, that we may be completed by turning back to God and asking for His forgiveness.

There is also no measure as to how much error one can commit, as God being Al-Ghafour (the All-Forgiving) promises that He will forgive those who ask forgiveness. Part of being human includes committing wrongdoings and incurring sin. However, just because we were created that way – with the grand possibility to follow evil – it doesn’t justify making the active choices to engage in bad deeds without any conscientious effort to repent. The whole silver lining as a circumference of a bad deed is the fact there is an opportunity to make that change and beg for forgiveness from God.

{And whoever does evil, or wrongs his own soul, but afterwards seeks Allah’s forgiveness, will find Allah is Forgiving, Compassionate.} (An-Nisa’ 4: 110)

In particular, the middle of Ramadan encompasses the 10 days of Forgiveness, and this is when Muslims are commanded to ask for forgiveness the most. The important thing to note about forgiveness is its root comes from God. With God being Al-Ghafour(the All-Forgiving), Muslims pay heed to God’s power to forgive. Without God’s forgiveness, admission to Paradise would be impossible. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said that whosoever stands in worship on this night with sincere faith and with genuine hopes of gaining reward his previous sins will be forgiven. (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

In fact, one who fasts sincerely and successfully from one Ramadan to another will have his sins forgiven. So obviously, the month of Ramadan is one of full forgiveness, and to solidify this, Prophet Muhammad said:

“The smell from the mouth of a fasting person is sweeter in the sight of Allah than the fragrant smell of musk. For believers who are engaging in the fast, the fish in the sea seek forgiveness until they break their fast. Paradise is decorated everyday for the person who fasts; the evil minded Satan is chained; and on the last night of Ramadan, all their sins are forgiven.” (Ahmad)

But What Is Forgiveness?

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Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong.

gb copy Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong.
es copy El perdón es un atributo de los fuertes.
nl copy Vergeving is een kenmerk van de sterken.
fr copy Le pardon est un attribut de la forte.
de copy Verzeihen ist eine Eigenschaft des Starken.
CN67867 Kuānshù shì qiángzhě de shǔxìng.
Sweden Förlåtelse är ett attribut för stark.
rus7897 Proshcheniye yavlyayetsya atributom sil’nogo.
4523turkey Affetmek, güçlü bir niteliktir.
images Il perdono è un attributo dei forti.
indonesiaID Pengampunan adalah atribut dari yang kuat.

Hatred taints your soul, limits your happiness, and binds you to misery. Forgiveness is the key to set yourself from it.

gb copy Hatred taints your soul, limits your happiness, and binds you to misery. Forgiveness is the key to set yourself from it.
es copy El odio contamina el alma, limita su felicidad, y que se une a la miseria. El perdón es la clave para establecer a sí mismo de ella.
nl copy Haat bezoedelt je ziel, beperkt je geluk, en bindt u tot ellende. Vergeving is de sleutel tot zelf instellen van.
fr copy Haine entache votre âme, limite votre bonheur, et vous lie à la misère. Le pardon est la clé pour vous mettre d’elle.
de copy Hass verdirbt die Seele, schränkt Ihre Freude und bindet Sie Elend. Vergebung ist der Schlüssel, um sich vor sie gesetzt.
CN67867 Chóuhèn diànwū nǐ de línghún, xiànzhìle nǐ de xìngfú, bìng jiéhé nǐ de tòngkǔ. Kuānshù shì cóng tā zìjǐ shèdìng de guānjiàn.
Sweden Hatet taints din själ, begränsar din lycka, och binder dig till elände. Förlåtelse är nyckeln till att ställa dig själv från det.
rus7897 Nenavist’ portit vashu dushu , ogranichivayet vashe schast’ye , i svyazyvayet vas stradaniy. Proshcheniye yavlyayetsya klyuchevym , chtoby ustanovit’ sebya ot nego.
4523turkey Nefret, ruhunu taints mutluluğunuzu sınırlar ve sefalete sizi bağlar. Bağışlama ondan kendinizi ayarlamak için anahtardır.
images L’odio contamina la tua anima, limita la vostra felicità, e si lega alla miseria. Il perdono è la chiave per impostare da esso.
indonesiaID Kebencian taints jiwa Anda, membatasi kebahagiaan Anda, dan mengikat Anda untuk kesengsaraan. Pengampunan adalah kunci untuk mengatur diri dari itu.