"and We have created you in pairs"
Al Qur'an 78:8
Sadaqah Jariah
Marriage Profiles
31 Years :: Single Aged 26+
I am practicing Muslimah . I am a simple family oriented person , looking for someone who will help me get closer to Allah and...
35 Years :: Single Parent
I am a fair n simple person. Very much truth worthy, trust worthy person. I know how to carry myself. Give respect to elders n...
57 Years :: Divorcee
United Arab Emirates
I am a practicing Muslim, travelled around the world, have seen different cultures and different ethnic, and learnt that you should be your self to...
42 Years :: Single Aged 26+
I think of myself as a normal moderate practicing muslim with good Islamic values. I don’t smoke or drink. I have a professional career. ...
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QnA Corner
How can we get more out of Ramadan?
Hadith: Prophet of Allah ﷺ said: O Abu Saeed! If you pray (offer Salah) believing that it is the last prayer of your life, then your prayer would be good (as it would be with fear of Allah's Wrath and hope of Allah's Pleasure) If we consider this Ramadan as the last Ramadan of our lives, in accordance with this hadith, then every minute of this Ramadan would become extremely valuable for us. Hadith: Prophet of Allah ﷺ said: "The moon of Ramadan is sighted and...
How should we welcome Ramadan?
Welcoming Ramadan Before the arrival of Ramadan, the habits we need to inculcate to make our Ramadan a success: Repentance and begging for forgiveness of Allah Feeling pleasure on the arrival of Ramadan To avoid mentioning the hardships of hunger, thirst, hot weather etc to prevent from losing out Ajr (reward) of fasting Ramadan is the month of blessings and forgiveness. So, without feeling any constraints, welcome Ramadan happily and wholeheartedly. Feeling pleasure in performing good deeds and displeasure in committing sins. Sign of Eman...
I am house wife with four kids. My Husband is fond of his fellow female...
Alhamdulillah Wassalatu Wassalam Ala Rasulillah! If a Muslim is a Mo'min (a true Believer), then it is essential for him to observe the Islamic etiquette, and he should not be careless about it even minutely. It is one of the conditions of Imaan that a person should consider any evil as evil and goodness as good. There is a hadith narrated by Abu Umama and other Sahaba including Umar bin Al Khattab (may Allah be pleased with him), which goes like...
Friday Khutba
Remember Allah in ample amount so that you may be successful. (Surah al-Araf, ch 8, verse 45) Allah put a simple condition for success and it is to “Remember Him much” The biggest weapon that Allah has given to his worshippers in driving away Satanic influence is "His Remembrance." The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) gives an example to explain it: A man is travelling in a valley and is chased by dacoits. He flees from them to...