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Picture Perfect : Etiquette of visiting a Graveyard

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Educating the visitors about the Etiquette of visiting a Graveyard, Uhud in Madinah.

Friday Khutbah : The Battle of Uhud: Victory – Not Defeat

Friday Khutbah : The Battle of Uhud: Victory - Not Defeat - by Imam Al-Madinah Al-Munawarrah ‘Abdul Muhsin Ibn Muhammad al-Qasim from the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah, on Rabee'uth-Thaanee 1, 1422 (June 23, 2001) The Transcript: All praise is due to Allah. May peace and blessings be upon His prophet Muhammad. Fellow Muslims! Fear Allah as He should be feared for the fear of Allah increases one in blessings and removes calamities. The Almighty Allah sent our prophet Muhammad to mankind after a break in the series of messengers at a time when the world was immersed in a deep darkness of ignorance. The Prophet and his companions started spreading Read more ...

Ramadan : The Mountain of Uhud

Narrated by Abu Dhar: "Once, while I was in the company of the Prophet, he saw the mountain of Uhud and said, "I would not like to have this mountain turned into gold for me unless nothing of it, not even a single Dinar remains of it with me for more than three days (i.e. I will spend all of it in Allah's Cause), except that Dinar which I will keep for repaying debts." Then he said, "Those who are rich in this world would have little reward in the Hereafter except those who spend their money here and there (in Allah's Cause), and they are few in number." Then he ordered me to stay at my place and went not far away. I heard a voice and intended to Read more ...

Talking of Madinah

Talking of Madinah - By Shaykh Abu ‘l-Hasan ‘Ali al-Nadwi Friends have invited me to give a talk on Madinah, describing what I saw there, and I have readily agreed. As a Persian poet has said: “To talk of the beloved is no less pleasant than to meet him.” I do not know when I first heard of Makkah and Madinah. Like all Muslim children, I was brought up in an environment in which Hijaz (Arabia) and Makkah and Madinah were household words. I, distinctly, remember people saying Makkah, Madinah together as if these were the same. When they took the name of one of them, they, generally, mentioned that of the other as well. I, thus, came to imagine Read more ...