Islamic Guidelines in Dealing with People (‘Don’t Be Sad’ Book Exerpt)

'Aaidh ibn Abdullah al-Qarni, a very famous scholar and educator from Saudi-Arabia has authored a book that has been much popularized in the Islamic world. The book’s original title in Arabic is “La Tahzan”. It has been translated into English as well. The translated book’s title is “Don’t Be Sad”. Following are some of the [...]

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Who is Allah? Allah is the Light of the Heavens and the Earth

The word "Noor" meaning "light" appears multiple times in different places both in the Quran and Hadith of the Prophet. It appears in the context of describing Allah as well as in relation to the guidance that Allah gives to the believers and to whatever He wills. Various Du'as also reference asking Allah for this light. Based on the verses [...]

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Checklist – The Last Ten Nights and Days of Ramadan…

In this blessed month of Ramadan, we have now come to the grand finale – the last ten days of Ramadan that are even more blessed than the rest of Ramadan. In it is a night that Quran tells us is better than 1000 months (yes, months - not days). The Messenger of Allah (peace [...]

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A Ramadan 2016 Message – A Time for Reflection

Ramadan is here again providing us the opportunity to reach out to Allah more than ever and ask for His forgiveness and blessings. As Allah has singled out this month more so than others for showering His blessings and mercy, it is only prudent that we also use the opportunity to reassess our conditions, our [...]

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Ramadan Taraweeh – Sheikh Juhany in Haram Mosque in Makkah

Taraweeh that was led by Sheikh Juhni for the first night in Makkah in the Haram mosque for 2013 Ramadan.

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Dua that Saved Prophet Ibrahim from the Fire (and hardship)

When Prophet Ibrahim (peace be upon him) was relaying Allah’s (God’s) message, he warned his people not to take idols made of wood and stones as their false gods. To make his point that these idols could not help them in anyway, one day while the people were attending a festival, he broke their idols. [...]

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