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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.

  • The 51st American state

    The evidence is bitter: the 51st American state, Israel, remains the one and only pivot around which the strategy of great global power has for years been turning and will continue to turn. No restlessness in the streets, no tactical palliative, is going to deter the American seizure of Arab petroleum -so long as Arabs fail to rediscover themselves as Muslims, ...

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  • I Want To Repent - Your Primary Purpose in Ramadan

    Ramadan is a month of countless blessings, infinite mercy, abundant forgiveness, and unlimited joy. It is a month of the Qur’an with allotting special time to its recitation and memorization; a month of supplication, of night prayer, of giving, and of hard work with bigger and better performance. But what should be your primary purpose behind all of that?

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  • Ramadan: a Sign of God's Mercy and Might

    In the month of Ramadan, Muslims are required to apply themselves more and increase their worship more than they do in ordinary days. In addition, Ramadan is also a more opportune season for contemplation and re-discovery of the self. Because of its deep transformative power, Ramadan will always be a sign of God which refers to His might and His mercy.

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  • Fasting Inner Conditions

    Everyone who truly under­stands fasting and its secret knows that he who abstains from food, drink, and sexual intercourse but commits [all manner of] sins is like the person who, in performing the ablution runs his hand over one of his members thrice, thereby outwardly fulfilling the Law as far as the member is concerned, but neglecting the truly important thing ...

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