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Surprisingly, The Headscarf

We were in a private room for 10 or so. We sat across the table and he stared at me briefly just to pay some respect, I guess. 371 more words


Paincake Patrol Launches //Social Constructs

Sharing the belief that a life worth living is defined by a purpose of your own manufacture and not by social consensus, one-man electronic music project… 522 more words


Your Basic intention should be to single out Allah in Worship

Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah said:
“It is a must upon every Muslim, who testifies that none has the right to be worshiped except Allah and that Muhammad salalahu alayhi wasalam is the Messenger of Allah, that his basic intention be to single out Allah in his worship of Him alone, without any partner and to obey His Messenger. 405 more words


Breaking the Mountain this Ramadan

About three years ago I was listening to a lecture on the Magnificence of Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala (exalted is He). The lecturer came upon this verse: 935 more words

Amazing Reminders

He lost the woman, and he lost his religion

Ibn al-Qayyim (Rahimahullah) narrated:

It is reported that in Egypt, there was a man who would maintain the mosques, making the call to prayer, etc. He was, by all outward means, an obedient person and devout worshipper. 210 more words


Only the Heart that is Founded on Monotheism Will Comprehend the Precious Qualities of ALLAH by Ibnul Qayyim Rahimahullah

Abandoning desires for the sake of Allah will rescue the servant from the punishment of Allah and will guarantee one to obtain His mercy. The precious qualities of Allah, the treasure of piety, pleasure, longing for Him, joy, and happiness found in being close to Him will never happen to the heart that cares for anyone or anything besides Allah even if he was among the people of worship, piety, and knowledge. 149 more words


15 effective ways we can increase our Imaan

Here are 15 effective ways we can brighten up our Imaan (Faith) starting from today Insha Allah.

1) Repent frequently for your mistakes.

“Seek forgiveness of your Lord and then turn to Him in repentance.” (Surah Hud: 3). 746 more words