• Contact
  • RSS
  • Youtube
  • 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, Say, "I seek refuge in the Lord of daybreak from the evil of that which He created, and from the evil of darkness when it settles, and from the evil of the blowers in knots, and from the evil of an envier when he envies." O God! Bestow upon us the good in this world, and the good in the Hereafter, and guard us against the torment of the Fire!

  • La moralidad de Ramadán [Spanish]

    Ramadán, en la creencia musulmana, es un mes sagrado y bendito que constituye un periodo de piedad que implica mucho más que solo ayuno. Hay un sentido general de compromiso piadoso, moral y social que se ve incrementado en Ramadán. Por las noches, las mezquitas están a menudo llenas de creyentes que participan en las oraciones voluntarias del tarawih, además ...

  • Ramadan Morality

    Arduous to maintain especially in summer heat, fasting is seen by many as a spiritual exercise in disciplining carnal desires of the ego. Furthermore, many people ascribe to the feeling of hunger a strong power in facilitating social responsibility towards the poor. The central and most important motivation for fasting, however, is the prospect of Paradise. Ramadan ...


    Fasting in Islam is intended to be much more than an exercise in self-mortification. God the Almighty has decreed to Muslims that fasting is more than mastering the carnal “difficulties,” or physical obstacles, presented by abstention. Fasting is, instead, a path to spiritual realization, to reconciliation, and to genuine enlightenment, opening up a vision of ...

  • The Spiritual Intention in Fasting

    A general oath of allegiance was taken from us by God’s Messenger -God bless him and grant him peace- that the greatest part of our love for fasting be because God Most High has said “Fasting is Mine,” and not for any other reason, such as the pursuit of reward or the expiation of sins and the like. For whosoever does an act for God Most High, God will suffice ...

  • 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 ...

  • Qur'an

    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 ...

  • Ramadan

    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 ...

  • Selections

    The Delight of the Knowers of God

    The Mufarridūn are the people who frequently remember God. They are so-called because they perform such deeds alone, and none competes with them in this regard. ‘Umar bin ...

© 2004-2013