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Isal-Thawab (Your link to the Deceased)

Whoever comes to this world has to depart and therefore everyone suffers the loss of a dear and near person at some point in his or her life. One method of reducing the grief felt over that loss is to constantly benefit the deceased through Isal-Thawab, which means: to dedicate the reward of a particular nafl deed to someone; deceased or alive. Isal-Thawab (to perform a virtuous act and dedicate …

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Trade as Islam teaches us

Sustenance is fixed and will be given to us. The test is on how we attain this sustenance, which method we adopt to get our sustenance. Islam gives a complete guide to trade and commerce, what is approved and legalized according to the command of Allah. Here is a series of talks by My Beloved Father; Moulana Haroon Abasoomar saheb (may Allah protect him) giving details on the topic. Part one Part two Part …

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Secure your future

Generally, no minority in any country feels assured of complete safety unless they enter into an accord with the locals. Accords of safety and peace treaties are generally agreed to verbally or in writing. Islam teaches us to also take this precaution, and to even win over the hearts of the indigenous through action. Before emigrating to Madinah, Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) first took assurances from the Ansar when they met …

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For the sake of our beloveds…

Sometimes we make certain choices in life based merely on the fact that ‘if my father/mother/child/wife/beloved was alive, he/she would do the same’ or we do it “for old time’s sake”. This stems from the love that we possess for each other. When one loves someone dearly, then that love extends to everything that is connected to the beloved, especially in their absence. A mother will cherish the clothes of her …

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Our duty towards fellow Muslims

A series of talks by My Beloved Father; Moulana Haroon Abasoomar saheb (may Allah protect him) on the of rights of fellow Muslims. How we can safeguard and protect the rights of the next and in doing so break down the artificial barriers (race, colour, nationality, location etc.) that prevents us from seeing the next person as our brother / sister. Part one Part two Part three

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15 Incentives for Wudu

The wudu of a believer is indicative of the position that cleanliness holds in Islam. Being the key to Salah, a mu’min will perform wudu at least 5 times a day. Therefore, utmost care should be taken in perfecting it. By implementing the following sunnats and guidelines extracted from the noble Ahadith of Rasulullah (sallallahu ’alayhi wasallam), one would Insha Allah be able to achieve maximum reward for the wudu. …

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