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Divine Acquittal

... 's Apostle called ʿAlī ibn Abī Ṭālib and Usāma ibn Zaid to consult them about divorcing me. Usāma ibn Zaid said what he knew of my innocence, and the respect he preserved in himself for me. Usāma said, ' ...

The Means to Attaining a Tranquil Heart

... highly beneficial reminder outlines the means to protect oneself from a heart which is constricted and in distress due to the abandonment of the Qurʾān, Sunnah and remembrance of Allāh (subḥānahu wa taʿāla). ...

An Important Reminder Regarding Sincere Repentance

  Abū Ismaʿīl Muṣṭafá George A discussion on how shayṭān tries to divert the servant from making repentance. In addition, the effects of disobedience upon oneself is discussed. Finally, how the Salaf ...

The Types, Consequences and Reasons for Ikhtilāf

... The different recitations of the Qurʾān: Warsh, hafs etc. This Ikhtilāf may lead to differing or a clash between the people; however, it is not due to the Ikhtilāf itself, rather it is due to the ...

Fear of Shirk

    The supplication of Prophet Ibrāhīm to Allāh, seeking protection from shirk.      Based on this, EVERY caller to the religion should make duʿāʾʾʾʾ for the safety of his own-self, the safety ...

We Are Brothers!

... you are asked to forgive you say you are unable? You not only harm that person (who you hold a grudge against) but you harm yourself!  ...

The Advice of Ibn al-Qayyim

  Imām Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah A selected number of various benefits from Ibn al-Qayyim.      The servant continuously finds himself altering between the laws of commandments and the laws ...

Al-Fawāʾid: Points of Benefit

... he does not consider this good a favour from his Lord upon him. Rather, he becomes arrogant and amazed with himself, saying: I have achieved such and such, and such and such. So this further increases ...

Advice to the Youth

...  the fear of Allāh, and contemplating on Him. And to distance oneself from emotional outbursts, and to attending of the gatherings of the scholars so that knowledge can be learnt from them, and manners ...