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  • UN: Potential ‘crimes against humanity’ in China’s Xinjiang

    Long-delayed report from UN human rights office says abuses against mostly Muslim Uighurs stem from ‘anti-terrorism law systems’. China’s detention of Uighurs and other mostly Muslim ethnic minorities in the northwestern region of Xinjiang may amount to “crimes against humanity”, the United Nations human rights office.. More

  • Frustrated Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh desperate to move to 3rd countries

    Amid stalled efforts to repatriateRohingyarefugees inBangladeshto Myanmar, many people from the persecuted ethnic minority are seeking a way out and playing into the hands of human smugglers. Hundreds of Rohingya refugees take perilous journeys on boats through the Bay of Bengal to reach Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia. Many are detained by the.. More

  • Allah Loves Excuse (Accepting Apology)

    Allah, The Exalted, has opened a door for repentance that He will never close until the sun rises from the west because He loves to have mercy upon His Slaves and He loves to accept their apology, the Prophet, sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said: “None loves one's own praise more than Allah, the Exalted, does. For that, He has praised Himself,.. More

  • Dignifying Scholars Is Part of Exalting Allah - I

    Scholars in our Sharee’ah have a supreme, invulnerable, and sublime rank. They are the successors of the Messenger in his nation. They are the heirs of the Prophet in his wisdom, and the revivers of what obsoleted from his Sunnah. Furthermore, they well maintained and served the Holy Quran. They invite those who have gone astray to guidance and.. More

  • Dignifying Scholars Is Part of Exalting Allah - II

    Esteeming Scholars and Knowing their Rights It is an obligation for all Muslims to esteem, respect, honor the scholars, to know their rank/rights, and be polite with them. The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, “He is not one of my Ummah (Muslims community) who does not respect our elders, who does not have mercy on our young, and.. More

  • The history of the noble Quran

    The Quran is the backbone of Islam. On this Sacred Book of Allah depends the Islamic call, state, society and the civilization of the Muslim world. It is the last Divine revelation, which was sent down to Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, the last and final of all Prophets, may Allaah exalt their mention. First of all, Prophet's, sallallaahu.. More

  • Morals in the life and Da‘awah of the prophets - II

    1- Adhering to Tawheed (Islamic monotheism):It does not only apply to deeds but also to words. Some of the Companions, may Allaah be pleased with them, asked the Prophet,sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, to make a tree for them that was known as “Dhat Anwat” so that they could hang their weapons on it in order to seek its blessings as.. More

  • Morals in the life and da‘awah of the prophets - I

    The Prophet,sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, was commanded to maintain the same methodology that had been adopted by all the previous prophets and messengers, may Allaah exalt their mention, as Allah, the Almighty Says (what means):{Those are the ones whom Allah has guided, so from their guidance take an example}[Quran 6:90] Allah, the Almighty.. More

  • The refugees to the cave

    By: Dr. Hamza Ibn Faye’ Al-Fathi They were in a cave; just imagine its darkness, narrowness, and frightfulness; however, the cave was full of mercies, full of lights, and flows with blessings, while there are people who have been living in their dark caves of life, miserable livelihoods and temporary fortunes! The reason behind this is their.. More

  • Social Media: platforms for triviality and frivolity

    The “digital explosion,” the increasing rise of Internet users, and the striving to achieve the highest number of views and click-through rates by chasing after intriguing scoops and mass viewing and accordingly maximizing the profits and maintain the monopoly of scocial-media market. This greed for profits and the competition to hold the.. More

  • Social system in Islam - II

    The unique feature of Islam: Islam was born with the unique feature of amalgamating the secular with religious, the worldly with the other-worldly, and with a clear approach to socio-economic affairs and with a well-defined administrative system. The famous Italian orientalist and prominent scholar of Islamic studies, Dr. Laura Veccia Vaglieri,.. More

  • Social system in Islam - I

    Four categories of rights and obligations in man’s life: It is an established fact that Islam is a comprehensive way of life, a complete guidance for the whole of mankind covering all aspects of life. Islamic law (Sharee‘ah) is not confined only to civil and criminal matters, but covers every aspect of life. The moral aspect, physical,.. More

  • The courage to Apologize - II

    Allah likes excuse (accepting apology) Allah, the Exalted, has opened a door for repentance that He will never close until the sun rises from the west because He likes to have mercy upon His slaves and He likes to accept their apology, the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said: “None loves one's own praise more than Allah, the Exalted,.. More

  • The Courage to Apologize - I

    Some people may think that apologizing for our mistakes is a weakness. However, it is in reality strength, courage, confidence, purity, and self-righteousness. Besides, apology eliminates hatred and envy and releases the soul of mistrust and doubt. Only great people dare to apologize, and only good people can maintain and foster it because this trait.. More

  • Make your mark in your society

    It is a great deprivation and evident loss for a person to be just a number in the long list of humanity during this life and after death, having no weight in the values of moral code and no contribution in ethical legacy. Such contribution is the last imprint you leave and the last image of you in life. You should leave a mark that commemorates you.. More

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It is a great deprivation and evident loss for a person to be just a number in the long list of humanity during this life and after death, having no weight in the values of moral code and no contribution...More