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Sciences of Quran

The Day Of Judgement

Source : ScienceandQuran.com / 29 May 2013

"And the Moon is eclipsed, and the Sun and the Moon are fused together, on that Day man will ask: "Where can I run?" No indeed! There will be no safe place. That Day, the only resting place will be your Lord." (Surat al-Qiyama, 8-12)

 

The Meaning of al-Ikhlas

By Muhammad Irfan Kas / 22 May 2013

{ قُلْ هُوَ ٱللَّهُ أَحَدٌ}

And from his narration on the authority of Ibn ‘Abbas that he said regarding the interpretation of Allah’s saying (Say: He is Allah, the One!): ‘(Say: He is Allah, the One!) the people of Quraysh asked the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him): “O Muhammad! Describe for us your Lord; is He made of gold or silver?” And so Allah revealed this surah to describe His attributes and traits, saying: say to Quraysh, O Muhammad: He is Allah, the One, He has no son or partner.

 

Remember Me and I Shall Remember You

By Mufti Ali Gomaa / 14 May 2013

In our lives we encounter some hard days in which we find ourselves in deep need of resorting back to God and although the invocation of God in all times is the assured path of success and advancement, the human being always forgets about invocation. An Arabic poet once said,

The human was not called (insan) except for his forgetfulness (Nisyehi)…and the first forgetful (Nas) is the first human…

 

Lying and Backbiting

By C. Mofty / 29 Apr 2013

What Is a Lie?

A lie is the opposite of truth.  Therefore, anything spoken or written that is untrue and deliberately meant to deceive is a lie.  A lie is something which is baseless, unreal, made-up, distorted or it can be an exaggeration.  Lying is forbidden in Islam and condemned by Allah and His Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

 

Patience in the Quran

By Abdullah M Khouj / 10 Apr 2013

In the name of Allah The Beneficient The Merciful

In the collection of Imam Ahmed there is a hadith that Allah SWT mentioned Patience in the Qur’an in 90 places. In an effort to find these ayats (verses) about Patience I looked in the Qur’an and the Qur’anic Indexes for these ayats to help me and the reader to see what Allah (SWT) says about patience and its benifit  for us as humans.

 

Love for Allah

By Agencies / 2 Apr 2013

What is love? Love, according to the Oxford dictionary is, “a strong feeling of affection.” If this definition is analysed, love could be many things; love could be desire or love could be lust. To go more in depth, love can be of many types; love for yourself, love for objects, love for desire, motherly love and the list goes on and on. Today’s topic of discussion is in fact the greatest type of love, love for the sake of Allah.

 

The Excellence of Learning the Quran

Source : Islamweb.net / 20 Mar 2013

The Prophet Muhammad,  sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam, received the revelation of the Quran from Jibreel (Gabriel), may Allah exalt his mention, and conveyed it to people as it was revealed to him from His Lord. He urged his companions, may Allah be pleased with them, to learn and memorize it. A number of companions competed in memorizing and learning it, such as Ubayy Ibn K`ab, `Abdullaah Ibn Mas`ood, Zayd Ibn Thaabit and Mu'aath Ibn Jabal, may Allah be pleased with them. The Prophet, sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam, was proud of them and said:

“Learn the recitation of Qur'an from four: `Abdullaah Ibn Mas`ood, Saalim, the freed slave of Abu Huthayfah, Mu`aath Ibn Jabal and Ubayy Ibn Ka`b.”  [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim]

 

How to Seek Benefit in Your Recitation of Qur’an

By Umm Salih / 20 Mar 2013

Is it that you hold your Mushaf, are reciting from it and yet your mind is wandering from the food in the fridge to the weather outside? You’re unaware of what you are articulating and can’t just focus? If so this piece of writing is intended for you.

Reciting the Qur’an is a source of barakah and, as we know, barakah is a key to productivity. Therefore we must aim to recite it in anticipation of Allah’s pleasure and barakah from him.

 

The Universal Message of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

By Zeki Saritoprak / 16 Mar 2013

Theologically speaking, the universality of Prophet Muhammad's message (peace and blessings be upon him) comes from the concept of Allah who is the God of all, not only the God of Muslims.

Allah describes Himself in the first chapter of the Qur'an -which is recited by all Muslims around the world in their five daily Prayers- as "Rabb al-`Alamin" i.e. the Allah of all creation. Whether humans are aware of this fact or not, Allah is the God of all mankind - Muslims, Christians, atheists, etc. - regardless of their differences. Allah is the Creator of everything, with no exception. The Qur'an declares that a gigantic star and an atom are shoulder to shoulder, worshipping Allah; flies and elephants are brothers and sisters; all of creation is here to help us understand the meaning and the mystery of the universe.

 

36 Islamic Everyday Virtues

By Mirza Baig / 11 Mar 2013

“Lo! This Quraan guides’ unto that which is straightest, and gives glad tidings unto the believers who do good works, that theirs will be a great reward”.(Al-Quraan)

1) CHARITY:

“..Be steadfast in prayer and regular in charity: And whatever good ye send forth for your souls before you, ye shall find it with Allah…”(Al-Quraan 2:110)

 
 

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