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31 Years :: Single Aged 26+
United Kingdom
I try to imitate the parable of the camel who is pulled by the nose ring. Where ever deen and shariah lead me I do...
28 Years :: Single Aged 26+
Afghanistan
I am a practicing Muslim with a desire to help people, show them the value of life, and for the goodness of this world and...
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31 Years :: Single Parent
India
Assalamu alaikum, Filling in the rest of the profile has pretty much covered everything about me. All I'd like to add is that I prefer...
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35 Years :: Single Aged 26+
Pakistan
Assalam o alikum. I was born and raised in KSA till the age of 13 then we moved to Karachi where i completed my schooling,O...
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What are some of the blessings of Allah that we should treasure?
Hadith: Prophet of Allah ﷺ said: There are two blessings that most people do not treasure. Health الصحة Free-time والفراغ The scholars say that after Islam (faith), the greatest blessings are Health and Free-time. To show your gratitude towards Allah, the best way is being completely obedient towards Allah and avoiding His disobedience. If Allah Has bestowed this Ramadan upon us along with these two blessings, then the right way to show our gratitude is that we should perform all kinds...
Can the meat of sacrificed animal be given to a Non-Muslim friends? (Eid ul Adha)
This is a strange question. Some people just burst out - do not give the meat of sacrificed animal to any non-Muslim. There are no categories of deserving or non-deserving when it comes to distribution of the sacrificial meat. You may give a part of meat to your Non-Muslim friends, if you are aware that they eat non-veg food. There is no prohibition in shariah that prevents Muslims to share the meat with non Muslims. The Ummah is unanimously...
What are the six attributes of Muttaqeen?
While fasting in Ramadan, we should constantly monitor ourselves to see if we have been able to achieve the main objective of fasting. What is the main objective of fasting? Allah Mentions in Al-Baqarah: O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous (2:183) Allah Mentions in Ali-Imran: And hasten to forgiveness from your Lord and a garden as wide as the heavens and earth, prepared for the righteous (3:133) This shows...
Friday Khutba
Umme Ammarah (Allah be pleased with her) a very prominent Sahabiyat, once asked the Prophet (peace be upon him), “Why is it so, Allah addresses only men in the Qur’an, though we have also believed in Him?” The women were worried why Allah was ignoring them and soon the following verse was revealed says Tirmidhi’s Sahih Hadith. Indeed, the Muslim men and Muslim women, the believing men and believing women, the obedient men and obedient women, the truthful men and...