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  • God the Almighty is the solid and reliable support in which a Muslim should take refuge. Our belief in Him truly unfetters us, and through the implementation of His Law, we can restore the rights of the oppressed. The Muslim umma becomes stronger and its peoples merge harmoniously by having alliance in His name, just as worshipful service of Him liberates man from the oppression of his fellow man.

  • In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful, O my Lord! Make me one who establishes regular Prayer, and also (raise such) among my offspring O our Lord! And accept You my Prayer. O Controller of the hearts! Make my heart steadfast in Your Dīn.

  • Serving the Qur’ān

    To celebrate the Book of our Lord -Glorified be He- and to revive the sunna [model practice] of our beloved and chosen Messenger -God bless him and grant him peace-, which recommends us to take extreme care of the Holy Qur’ān through reciting, chanting, memorizing, understanding, contemplating, learning, studying and teaching, Imam Abdessalam Yassine’s website ...

  • Whose Companionship shall I Keep, my Lord?

    Give up depending on all but God, search and carry with you the standard of the sharīʿa - but know that you will find no way out of a wandering, forlorn search until you stand at the door of the Sovereign, the Grantor of bounties, the Bestower of guidance. Seek His guidance and His aid and depend on him. You will not, in any case, pass over that which has been ...

  • Justice [al-‘Adl]

    The political participation of Muslims in the West may even vary significantly from country to country, depending on the circumstances prevailing in each place and the costs and benefits of that participation, which are to be determined by the people living there. Establishing justice is also not limited to direct political participation and in many cases other ...

  • The Position of Supplication

    The level of one's dīn is equal to the nobility of his character, his metal, and his aspirations, be they high or low. In the same manner, the one who engages in much du’ā’ and is always standing at the door of his Lord has a higher level of faith than one who engages in little du’ā’.

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