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Ayat Al-Kursi – Recited by Sheikh Khalid Alhibshi (Audio)


info-pictogram1 The Quran is a healing for all illnesses. Ayat Al-kursi (The verse of the Throne, Surat Albaqarah:255) is the greatest aya (verse) in the Quran, as narrated in the hadith of the Prophet (SAW). This audio should be listened to as means of a roqya (treatment) by the will of Allah, almighty, from any illness.

Recited by Sheikh Khalid Alhibshi (

Greatest goal at FIFA World Cup in Brazil (Video)

info-pictogram1 Organizing a massive dawah effort for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, bringing together over 20 Islamic organizations on an international level, and mobilizing dozens of volunteers originating from 6 continents is a task of epic proportions. With the help of Allah and the assistance of the local Brazilian community, the Islamic Circle of north America (ICnA)’s WhyIslam Project was able to take on the challenge. Starting June 10, 2014, a team of daees arrived in sao Paulo kicking off the World Cup by asking soccer fans, “What is your goal?” After some meetings with local volunteers and logistics coordinating, they began hitting the streets of sao Paulo on June 12th, which marked the beginning of the World Cup soccer matches.

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The greatest individual in history (peace be upon him)



BISMILLAHIR RAHMANIR RAHEEM (In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

Glory be to Allāh and Salutations on the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Sallallāhu ‘Alayhi Wa Sallam)

Below is a fascinating narrative taken from Saiyid Sulaiman Nadwi’s book, “Muhammad, The Ideal Prophet: A Historic, Practical, Perfect Model for Humanity” (translated by Mohiuddin Ahmad). This book is a compilation of a series of lectures given in India in 1925 and it goes a long way in accentuating the fact that Prophet Muhammad(Sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) alone is the symbol of perfection and a paradigm of virtuous and wholesome behavior.

In the chapter headed ‘Comprehensiveness’ Saiyid Suleman Nadwi writes:

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Your wife has the greatest right to your affection and gentle kindness.

gb copy Your wife has the greatest right to your affection and gentle kindness.
es copy Su esposa tiene el mayor derecho a su afecto y bondad suave.
nl copy Uw vrouw heeft de grootste recht om uw genegenheid en zachte vriendelijkheid.
fr copy Votre femme a le plus grand droit de votre affection et de la bonté douce.
de copy Ihre Frau hat das größte Recht, Ihre Zuneigung und sanfte Güte.
CN67867 Nǐ lǎopó yǒu nǐ de gǎnqíng hé wēnróu shànliáng de zuìdà quánlì.
Sweden Din fru har störst rätt till din tillgivenhet och mild vänlighet.
rus7897 Vasha zhena imeyet naibol’sheye pravo na vashey lyubvi i nezhnoy dobrotoy.
4523turkey Karınız sevgi ve nazik nezaket için büyük hakkı vardır.
images Tua moglie ha la più grande a destra al vostro affetto e gentile gentilezza.
indonesiaID Istrimu memiliki hak untuk terbesar sayang dan kebaikan lembut.

Documentary: Muhammad Ali – Then And Now (VIDEO)

info-pictogram1 Muhammad Ali (born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr.; January 17, 1942) is an American former professional boxer, generally considered among the greatest heavyweights in the sport’s history. A controversial and polarizing figure during his early career, Ali is today widely regarded for the skills he displayed in the ring plus the values he exemplified outside of it: religious freedom, racial justice and the triumph of principle over expedience. He is one of the most recognized sports figures of the past 100 years, crowned “Sportsman of the Century” by Sports Illustrated and “Sports Personality of the Century” by the BBC.

Born Cassius Clay, at the age of 22 he won the world heavyweight championship in 1964 from Sonny Liston in a stunning upset. Shortly after that bout, Ali joined the Nation of Islam and changed his name. He converted to Sunni Islam in 1975.

Islam in Africa?


Don’t be surprised about Islam in Africa; Some of the greatest scholars of Islamic History lived in Africa; There are more Arabic speaking people on the African continent than in the Middle East! May Almighty Allah bring peace and stability back to Nigeria and protect the Muslims in this vibrant land. For those who are unaware, look at the size of the Abuja National Mosque in Abuja, Nigeria!!!

By Abdullah Hakim Quick

Trickle-down economics is the greatest broken promise of our lifetime


The richest 85 people in the world have as much wealth as the poorest 3.5 billion – or half the world’s entire population – put together. This is the stark headline of a report from Oxfam ahead of the World Economic Forum at Davos. Is there a reason why the world’s powerful, gathering at the exclusive resort to sip cognac and eat blinis, should care? Well, yes.

If one subscribes to the charitable view that neoliberal philosophy was simply naive or misguided in thinking that “trickle down” would work infinitely, then evidence that it doesn’t, should be cause for concern. It is a fundamental building block of supply-side economic theory – the tool of choice these past few decades for those in charge to make adjustments. The realisation that governments have been pulling at economic levers which, for some time, have been attached to nothing, should be a wake-up call to the deepest sleepers.

Even if one subscribes to the cynical view that the elite knew what they were doing all along, observing that the “rising tide” is lifting fewer and fewer boats and leaving more and more to rot in the sediment – both at a personal and national level – must make most wonder “am I in the right boat and is it big enough?” Concentration is rampant. Credit Suisse estimates that the world will have 11 trillionaires within two generations.

It is not so much that the supply-side principle “if you build it, they will come” is no longer true. It is more that we appear to have passed a tipping point, where so much wealth has been concentrated at the top, they no longer need bother to “build” anything. In short, it has become more economically efficient to buy countries’ economic policy than to create value in order to sell it on. If one can control government to favour the richest, while raising barriers for new entrants, thus increasing their share of the pie exponentially, what is the incentive to grow the pie?

This applies to both companies and individuals. Small business gets clobbered by taxes and business rates, while big business turns around and says to the state: “This is how much tax I fancy paying this year, take it or leave it”. The rich no longer create jobs, through a process of consolidation, takeover and merger, they actually destroy them. Zero-hours contracts are the way of the future; in a society that is hungry, desperate and devoid of political engagement or unionism, why would anyone offer terms and conditions that give individual workers any standing?

And yet, the realisation must dawn soon – one hopes – that this model is unsustainable because its effects are uncontrollable. The more unequal we become as a society, the faster the top’s earnings diverge from the bottom’s. “When so much of the purchasing power, so much of the economic gain, goes to the very top,” Bill Clinton’s former labour secretary Robert Reich explains in the film Inequality For All. “There’s simply not enough purchasing power in the rest of the economy.” At the same time, there is far too much loose cash sloshing around at the top, leading to unwise risks and toxic investments. Wealth inequality in the US was at its highest levels, historically, in 1928 and 2007, one year before its two biggest financial crises, notes Reich. The base of the pyramid atrophies and begins to crumble.

Then why are most governments continuing to fiddle with supply-side levers in order to revive the economy, when it is abundantly clear it does not work? The simple answer is in two parts. First part: habit. The second was perfectly expressed by the creator of The Wire, David Simon: “That may be the ultimate tragedy of capitalism in our time, that it has achieved its dominance without regard to a social compact, without being connected to any other metric for human progress.”

We have come to measure, to an increasing extent, individuals’ success by their wealth, spending power and other assorted trappings. We do the same with the economic success of governments; measure it by an aggregated data set that fails to take into account wealth distribution, educational achievement, innovation, or even the welfare and health of the population they claim to represent. We must shift this perspective. It will be the hardest, simplest thing we have ever had to do as a species.

Omar Suleiman: The 85 richest people in the world have the same amount of wealth as the poorest 3.5 billion. Islam’s solution: those 85 paying zakat alone would be a serious game changer.

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To master oneself is the greatest achievement you can make, for once you have mastered yourself, the universe will go open for you.

gb copy To master oneself is the greatest achievement you can make, for once you have mastered yourself, the universe will go open for you.
es copy Para dominar a uno mismo es el mayor logro que puede hacer, por una vez que haya dominado a sí mismo, el universo continuará abierto para ti.
nl copy Te beheersen jezelf is de grootste prestatie die je kunt maken, want als je eenmaal zelf onder de knie hebt, zal het universum geopend gaan voor u.
fr copy Pour maîtriser soi-même est la plus grande réalisation que vous pouvez faire, pour une fois que vous avez vous-même maîtrisé, l’univers sera ouvert pour vous.
de copy Um sich selbst zu beherrschen ist die größte Errungenschaft die Sie machen können, denn wenn Sie sich selbst beherrschen, wird das Universum für Dich geöffnet.
CN67867 Yào zhǎngwò zìjǐ shì kěyǐ shǐ zuìdà de chéngjiù, yīn wéi yīdàn nǐ zhǎngwòle zìjǐ, yǔzhòu huì wèi nǐ dǎkāi.
Sweden Att bemästra sig själv är den största bedrift som du kan göra, för när du har bemästrat själv, kommer universum att gå öppen för dig.
rus7897 Osvoit’ sebya yavlyayetsya bol’shim dostizheniyem mozhno sdelat’ , na etot raz vy osvoili sebya , vselennaya budet idti otkryty dlya vas.
4523turkey Kendini yapabileceğiniz büyük başarı ustalaşmak için için kendinizi hakim sonra, evrenin sizin için açık gidecek.
images Per padroneggiare se stessi è la più grande conquista che si può fare, per una volta che hai imparato da soli, l’universo andrà aperto per voi.
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