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  • The Muslims are closely linked to the world as human beings. . . . We are the envoys of mercy, truth and justice for the world. . . . The choice of the free Muslim mind is that we should strive with all our efforts, so that, some day in the future if God will, we may lead the human caravan, while being fully aware of the content of our Message and duties toward human beings and all other creatures.

  • 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.

  • Justice and Ihsān

    If justice balances two opposite scales on a human level, ihsān raises the husband and the wife to the heights. People are not equally disposed to ihsān. When they are involved with their family and their properties, worldly concerns soon bring them down from the summit of ihsān to the reality of daily disputations. The most fortunate among them are those who ...

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  • How Long Will You Evade Your Lord?

    How completely strange is the slave who tries to evade his Lord, Who is Inescapable, by not performing what brings him nearer to Him despite all His perennial generous gifts and bestowals, and seeks what does not last, which is the worldly life and everything other than God, by embracing his desires and following his Shaitan and passion.

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  • Spiritual Companionship and Community

    Indeed, the question is not whether the Baraka of ṣuḥba still exists or not. The question is what we have done to seek it, expose ourselves to it and benefit from it. The Prophet, God bless him and grant him peace, said, “The scholars (‘ulama) are the inheritors of the Prophets,” and it is through the righteous scholars who act upon what they know that the inheritance ...

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  • Glad Tidings in the Islamic Tradition

    Glad tidings are not just a nice escape from the daily grind. They can have deeper and much weightier implications. The Prophet -God bless him and grant him peace- during his last sickness once came out into the mosque, his noble head tightly bound in a cloth, and said: “O my Lord, Have I relayed [three times]. All that will be left of Prophethood is a glad tiding ...

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  • Pillars of Tarbiya

    Remembrance of God

    There is no god but God [lā ilāha illa Allah] is the highest branch of faith. What will they say, the man and woman who join our sessions but have no daily Wird of God’s remembrance ...

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  • Qur’ān

    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 ...

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  • Multimedia

    "The parable of the empty cage" [video]

    To assess one’s ego one can take wisdom as a yardstick, if one keeps at assessing it long enough, the image of that ego will appear in the mirror. When we read Shaykh ʿAbd ...

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  • Women

    The Believing Women and Men are Equal

    The believing women and men are equal before God’s Law that came down to establish justice. No man or woman outweighs another except by piety. She—and he—will find the recompense ...

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