By Muhammad Hassan Arshad Poverty, lack of empathy and trust, and scarcity of goodwill can be perilous for the well-being of people in any society. Such concerns are of great importance to those who hold authority on the subject, i.e. academics, policymakers, governments. However open-ended the ‘ends’ may be, there are various means of reaching... 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 →
Chapter 10: The Waning Dusk (series)
I don't know about you, but I want to go go back in time every time I read about the battles in seerah. Maybe it's the companions' undying support, martyrdom, glad-tidings or pretty much everything that gets me high reading about Badar, Uhud, Battle of the Trench... I also wonder if I would've accepted Islam had I been born... Continue Reading →
Ramadan: Muslims and their Forgotten Empathy
Brilliant piece of poetry submitted by a sister. Today while making Iftari, a sudden image struck me, As I fried the Pakorey, And brewed the tea. Somewhere, a boy sits under a tree, Staring at his mud caked hands; holding a bruised knee. And the sound of a gunshot echoes again, And he gets up... Continue Reading →
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