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May 26, 2017

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

The way you interact and behave with non-Muslims has a huge impact on the way they think about Islam.

At the workplace, there are many non-Muslims who live in areas where Muslims aren't seen, and thus the only Muslims they see and interact with are ourselves.

Of the handful of incidents we've experienced first-hand, one happened today.

A colleague approached me whilst I was walking down the corridor, and ask...

May 1, 2015

Abū Hurayrah رضي الله عنه narrates that the Prophet ﷺ sent a cavalry towards Najd, and it brought back with it a man from the Banū Ḥanīfah tribe, known as Thumāmah ibn Uthāl, whom they tied to a pillar from the pillars of the Masjid.

The Prophet ﷺ came to him and asked, “What do you think I’m going to do with you O Thumāmah?”[1]

He replied, “O Muḥammad! I think of goodness: If you kill me, you will have killed a man whose blood...

June 16, 2014

I remember my history teacher often telling us, ‘Remember! There are two sides to every story. Don’t judge based on just reading one side.’

How so very true that statement is! Not only when studying history do we fail to remember this fact; we also struggle to apply it into our day to day affairs. We are often quick to jump to assumptions based on listening to the account of just one concerned party. More often than not, this...

July 16, 2012

The great scholar, Shaykh Ashraf ‘Alī At-Thānwī رحمه الله said:

‘Do not cause the guest inconvenience in the name of reverence and honour.’

Verily, honouring and showing the guest hospitality is an integral part of belief in Allāh. There are numerous aḥādīth pointing towards this. However, many people fail to understand the true concept behind being hospitable to guests, and in trying to do so cause much inconvenience towards th...

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