Can we use the love of Allah as a means to worship Him beyond what is in the Qur’an and Sunnah, because our love makes us transcend those two sources?
The love of God is the highest of all things. All Muslims are agreed that the love of God is a duty. What does such love look like, and why do we love God?
One feels amazed by the degree of detailing in the description of the Prophet’s physical features. The scholars talked about his external traits in the minutest way.
Let us now approach the first years of his message. Those were years one rarely finds an equal to in the annals of history for the constancy, truth, and eminence.
Learn about the main and central obligations upon which the whole religion of Islam is established- the general duties that regulate a Muslim’s relationship with Allah, Prophet Muhammad and worldly desires
Possessing two weapons, his lance and his prayer. Whenever Sa`d pierced an enemy with his lance he hurt him; whenever he invoked Allah He answered. Learn more…
In former articles, we touched on a number of the lessons and messages taken from Hajj. We are going to complete this topic in this article.
Generosity, asceticism and piety all worked together in complete harmony to shape the most magnificent merits of that great man, Ibn `Umar. Learn more