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The du’as in this post are those asking Allah for forgiveness. They appear in the Quran in the context when Prophet Moses (Moosa) made those Du’as to Allah. They can be recited to ask forgiveness from Allah for various sins. The verse below refers to the incident when Prophet Musa (peace be upon Him) went to speak […]

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Allah tells how His Messenger and Prophet Muhammad (SAW) will say: “O my Lord! Verily, my people deserted this Quran.” The full verse of Surah Furqan is as follows: ’And the Messenger will say: “O my Lord! Verily, my people deserted this Qur’an.”’  Surah Furqan (Verse 30) The Arabic word ‘mahjur’ is capable of several […]

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These two stories from the Prophet’s (S.A.W.S.) ahadith (sayings) shed light on Allah’s happiness when we ask Him for His forgiveness for our sins. The stories also show that Allah is always looking for ways to forgive his believing slaves – we just need to make that strong intention to look inward, recognize our sins, […]

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When we love Allah, that love draws us closer to Him and helps us build a strong relationship that can help us in this life and in hereafter. As Muslims, our faith requires that our love for Allah and his prophet supersedes any other type of love for any other object or creation. Many scholars […]

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The Story of Prophet Muhammad and the Jewish Scholar of Madinah

January 17, 2015

Zaid ibn Su`nah was one of the very notable Jewish scholars of Madinah and lived at the time of the prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam – May Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) in Madinah. The following story about him is narrated by Abdullah ibn Salaam (may Allah be pleased with him) who was […]

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Islamic beliefs on “Death of Jesus and Crucifixion”

December 15, 2014

The following is extracted from Iqrasense.com’s publication, Jesus – The Prophet Who Didn’t Die.The story is based on the events as stated in the Quran and elaborated by other narrations by Ibn Kathir in his book “Stories of the Prophets by ibn Kathir.” Beliefs surrounding the events of the death of Jesus differ between Christians […]

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