What is meant by the miraculous nature of the Qur’an? How is the Qur’an different from other divine books?

What is meant by the miraculous nature of the Qur’an? How is the Qur’an different from other divine books?

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a. A life rooted in the worship of God Almighty. b. To fulfill the demands of stewardship, that is leading a responsible life full of productivity directing human affairs in justice according to the divine revelations. The first and primary role of the human being is profound upon reflection in that the reality of life […]

a. A life rooted in the worship of God Almighty. b. To fulfill the demands of stewardship, that is leading a responsible life full of productivity directing human affairs in justice according to the divine revelations. The first and primary role of the human being is profound upon reflection in that the reality of life […]

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If a certain hardship or test is meant to reflect Allah's wisdom and purpose, passing such a test is indicative of His mercy and compassion. Thus the Muslims could feel content, confident and free of worry about the past and the future.

If a certain hardship or test is meant to reflect Allah's wisdom and purpose, passing such a test is indicative of His mercy and compassion. Thus the Muslims could feel content, confident and free of worry about the past and the future.

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Why should I pursue worldly knowledge if it does not benefit me in the Hereafter? If such studies stand in the way of getting closer to God, then why does Islam back and call for pursing them?

Why should I pursue worldly knowledge if it does not benefit me in the Hereafter? If such studies stand in the way of getting closer to God, then why does Islam back and call for pursing them?

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Imam Ibn ul Qayyim al Jawziyyah God strikes a parable about His light within the heart of His servant (the human being), which only the learned understand: ‘God is the light of the heavens and the earth. The similitude of His light is a niche in which there is a lamp. The lamp is in […]

Imam Ibn ul Qayyim al Jawziyyah God strikes a parable about His light within the heart of His servant (the human being), which only the learned understand: ‘God is the light of the heavens and the earth. The similitude of His light is a niche in which there is a lamp. The lamp is in […]

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How could we prevent hatred, pettiness from dwelling in our hearts; how could we generously stifle these feelings? What does Islam say about forgiveness? Can hatred dwell in the heart of the believer?

How could we prevent hatred, pettiness from dwelling in our hearts; how could we generously stifle these feelings? What does Islam say about forgiveness? Can hatred dwell in the heart of the believer?

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I Would Like to Repent, But!… Shaykh Muhammad Salih al-Munajjid Dear brother! O slave of God! God has opened the door of repentance, so why should you not enter? “Repentance has a door whose span is the distance between East and West,” says a hadith; (and in another version “its span is the distance traveled in […]

I Would Like to Repent, But!… Shaykh Muhammad Salih al-Munajjid Dear brother! O slave of God! God has opened the door of repentance, so why should you not enter? “Repentance has a door whose span is the distance between East and West,” says a hadith; (and in another version “its span is the distance traveled in […]

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It was a migration to the open and boundless peace of Islam. The wars that the Prophet (peace be upon him) participated in were generally to defend the Islamic country and religion.

It was a migration to the open and boundless peace of Islam. The wars that the Prophet (peace be upon him) participated in were generally to defend the Islamic country and religion.

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