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    وَهَدَيْنَاهُ النَّجْدَيْنِ
    And showed him two highways (of good and evil)?

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    It is known that the honor of seeking knowledge depends on the branch being sought. There is no branch of knowledge more honorable or sublime than that relating to Allah and His Attributes. This branch of knowledge instills Allah’s fear and love into Muslims’ heart. Owing to the lofty status of this branch of knowledge the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) used to mention this honor before his Companions saying, “I am the most fearing of Allah and knowledgeable of Him than all of you do” [Bukhari].

    The virtue of this branch of knowledge, i.e. knowing the Attributes of Allah, springs from the purpose for which people are created; to worship Allah Almighty. None can worship Allah without knowing Him. The more we know Allah, the greater our worship will be. Therefore, it is necessary for whoever wishes to delve into branches of knowledge and worship Allah to ponder over His Names and Attributes. Getting acquainted with Allah’s Names and Attributes are two great branches of knowledge that draw a Muslim nearer to His Lord.

     

    To facilitate the means towards grasping this branch of knowledge, we compiled the Dictionary of the Attributes of Allah. We were concerned to include most of the authentic texts from the Qur’an, Sunnah and authentic reports of the predecessors. We mentioned the interpretations of these Attributes as stated by the scholars.    

    There are some important rules that regulate and clarify this work as follows: Continue reading

    One of the necessary aspects of this brotherhood is love.  That is, it is an obligation upon all Muslims to love their brother Muslims.  In fact, they should love them in a manner similar to the way they care for themselves.  As the Prophet, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, said:

    “None of you truly believes until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari, Saheeh Muslim)

    A second necessary aspect of this brotherhood is mutual support, aid and assistance.  When his brother is being oppressed or wronged, he comes to his aid and assistance with his wealth and soul, if possible.  This is described, for example, in the following verses:

    “And what is wrong with you that you fight not in the Cause of God, and for those weak, ill-treated and oppressed among men, women and children, whose cry is, ‘Our Lord!  Rescue us from this town whose people are oppressors, and raise for us from You one who will protect, and raise for us from You one who will help.’” (Quran 4:75) Continue reading

    For many of us, waking up for Fajr can be difficult and burdensome however, there are some virtues that we fail to realise .   

    1) Oath by Fajr.

    As Muslims, we are not allowed to take oaths by anyone other than Allah

    But Allah, the Most Majestic can take an oath by anything he wishes

    In the beginning of Surah Fajr, the 89th Chapter of the Qur’an, Allah begins the Surah by swearing upon the dawn (Fajr).

    By the dawn

    Every oath made by Allah in the Qur’an emphasises its importance and likewise, Allah has emphasised the time of Fajr

        The two Suna.ا Rakahs of Fajr prayer are better than the entire world

    2) In the Hadith of Aisha (May Allah be pleased with him), the Prophet (Peace be upon him) saidTwo Rakahs of prayer before the Fajr (Fardh) prayer are better than the world and whatever is in it”

    Our prophet always prayed these two Rakahs Sunah prayers of Fajr and never missed them including whilst travelling even though the concession was there to miss the Sunnah prayers. Continue reading

     

    Ibn al-Qayyim ( Allah bless him) said:  

    Grief, sorrow and distress only occur from two directions

    One of it is: The desire for the worldly life and having a zeal for it

    And the second is: shortening in the actions of obedience and piety.

    • [Uddah As-Sābirīn pg.227]

    The more people increase in comfort and luxury and the more they open up before the people [with the Dunya], the more evils will open up before them. It is comfort and luxury that destroys a person. Because if a person was to concern himself with comfort and luxury and providing enjoyment to his body, he will become negligent of providing enjoyment to his heart, and his greatest worry will become providing enjoyment to this body that is doomed to become worms and rotten.

     

    This is the ordeal, and this is what has harmed people today. You can hardly find anyone except that they say: “What is our palace? What is our car? What is our furniture? What is our food?” Even those who study [Islaamic] knowledge, some of them only study in order to gain rank or status to reach the blessings of the Dunya. As if man was not created for a significant purpose. The Dunya and its blessings are only a means, nothing more. We ask Allaah to make us and you use it as a means. Continue reading

    Introduction

    Political, social, economic and judicial systems in the Islamic civilization are not limited only to the Affairs of Muslims and non-Muslims in the Islamic State, but it also dealt with organizing the relations between the State and its people with other countries and their citizens. For this, Islam provided a series of parameters and based a few principles that govern these relations both in times of peace and in times of war. And in both cases always glitters the glory of Islamic civilization and the mercy which Islam treats all beings.


    Islam is the religion of peace

    Peace is the true origin of Islam. Allah Almighty, he ordered his believing servants, those who followed his Messenger, sallallahu ‘ alaihi wa sallam (which is interpreted):

    {Oh believers!} Enter all the religion of Islam [subjecting you to Allah and peace] and do not follow the steps of Satan; {He is certainly for you a manifest enemy} [Qur’an 2: 208]. In this verse was named as “Silm” Islam meaning “peace”, because it is peace for the individual, his family, society and all those to her around. Therefore, Islam is the religion of peace.

    It is no coincidence that the word Islam is derived from the term “peace” and that the peace is one of the most prominent Islamic banks, if not the most important of all principles found. To this we added that Salam (peace) is a synonym of same word, Islam.

    Peace in Islam is the original state that allows that cooperation, there is knowledge and which promote good thing among the people in general. Islam looks to non-Muslims with justice and teaches Muslims who see them as brothers and sisters in humanity. While non-Muslims not responsible to Muslims, this state of originality, i.e. peace, must be maintained by the Muslims and they are prohibited attack, damage or initiate a conflict against non-Muslims. Continue reading

    Christian clergy openly acknowledge that Jesus never called himself “son of God,” however they claim that others did.  This too has an answer.

    Investigating the manuscripts that make up the New Testament, one finds that the alleged “sonship” of Jesus is based upon the mistranslation of two Greek words—pais and huios, both of which are translated as “son.”  However, this translation appears disingenuous.  The Greek word pais derives from the Hebrew ebed, which bears the primary meaning of servant, or slave.  Hence, the primary translation of pais theou is “servant of God,” with “child” or “son of God” being an extravagant embellishment.  According to the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, “The Hebrew original of pais in the phrase pais theou, i.e., ebed, carries a stress on personal relationship and has first the sense of ‘slave.’”[1]  This is all the more interesting because it dovetails perfectly with the prophecy of Isaiah 42:1, upheld in Matthew 12:18: “Behold, My servant [i.e., from the Greek pais] whom I have chosen, My beloved in whom my soul is well pleased …” Whether a person reads the King James Version, New King James Version, New Revised Standard Version, or New International Version, the word is “servant” in all cases.  Considering that the purpose of revelation is to make the truth of God clear, one might think this passage an unsightly mole on the face of the doctrine of divine sonship.  After all, what better place for God to have declared Jesus His son?  What better place to have said, “Behold, My son whom I have begotten …”?  But He didn’t say that.  For that matter, the doctrine lacks biblical support in the recorded words of both Jesus and God, and there is good reason to wonder why.  Unless, that is, Jesus was nothing more than the servant of God this passage describes. Continue reading

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