Reflect and Refresh – Purify your soul and mind with the teachings of Qur’an

By Suha Mishal The month of forgiveness and mercy is upon us.   This Ramadan, while treating yourself to samosas and chaats, why not also treat your soul. Ramadan is the best time to treat your inner exhausted self to a deep cleanse. Does that seem hard? Worry not, you will find inspiration to do so in this Ayah:   “He has succeeded who purifies the soul, and he has failed who corrupts the soul.” (Quran, 91:9-10)  This success ultimately means success in the... Continue Reading →

Taraweeh Optimization

By Nasser Ijaz Moghal Ramadan is here and you want to make the best out of it. When you think of Ramadan nights you think of Taraweeh and Laylatul Qadr. They were MIA throughout the year but lo and behold they too come to pray taraweeh and then it’s like see you next year. The biggest regret that 90% of the Muslims have... Continue Reading →

How to manage Ibadah along with daily activities during the month of Ramadan

By Minahil Hasan When we look around us, all we see is people who are endlessly busy; busy in their jobs, busy at school or even busy wasting their time. Time is now a commodity that people are constantly short of. More importantly, when we are so busy in our dunya, where do we find... Continue Reading →

To Be Grateful…

By Hooriya Ikram Gratitude is a trait that is admired by all religions and philosophies and is also deemed valuable by every individual. The term ‘gratitude’ means to acknowledge the benefit of something that grants value. In a broader sense, it doesn’t only mean to value something at heart or verbally rather it also means... Continue Reading →

6 Tips For Practising Islam Better

By YC Street Dawah Team A question was posed, “Are there any tips for someone who wants to begin practising Islam?” This is a big question and the answer probably deserves books upon books to answer. However, I will attempt to offer some ideas which could help in the 'journey' towards Islam as a way... Continue Reading →

Story of a Revert Muslimah

YOUTH CLUB: Asalamualaikum, welcome to Islam, sister — may you introduce yourself? REVERT SISTER: Walaikumasalam, thank you.  My name is Samiha. I was raised in Germany but I am originally from Hong Kong. I became Muslim in 2011 while I was a university student in the UK. I have, therefore, been Muslim for 6 years,... Continue Reading →

The Cure to Diseased Hearts

This is part 3 in a series of 3 posts under the category of: انواع القلوب فى القرآن الكريم The Types of Hearts in the Noble Quran There are a few simple points which can help you to check and cure your heart: 1 - Purify your intention, and a lot of these diseases will... Continue Reading →

The Hearts that Allaah Dislikes

This is part 2 in a series of 3 posts under the category of: انواع القلوب فى القرآن الكريم The Types of Hearts in the Noble Quran The 12 types of hearts that Allaah does not like: 1 - القلبُ المَرِيْضْ The Sick Heart What disease does this heart have? Doubt about the Shariah, hypocrisy,... Continue Reading →

The Hearts that Allaah Likes

Assalam u alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. This is part 1 in a series of 3 posts I will be making in shaa Allaah under the category of: أنواع القلوب فى القرآن الكريم The Types of Hearts in the Noble Quran (As heard in a lecture by Qari Suhaib Ahmad Meer Muhammadi Hafizahullaah in the annual... Continue Reading →

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