Express Your Love

Hadith / One Hadith One Comment / Meral Günel

We can learn where the responsibilities toward our loved ones starts from the story of Mu’adh, a youth who was sent by Prophet Muhammad to Yemen as an administrator. The hadith of the Prophet: "If you love a fellow Muslim let them know" has been forgotten.

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Educating Children with the Guidance of the Prophet

Hadith / One Hadith One Comment / Meral Günel

This incident had taken place in the Al-Masjid Al-Nabawi, where Prophet Muhammad was checking the distribution of dates that had been collected as zakat (yearly alms). In order to understand the Prophet's reaction to Hasan's action...

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Pleasing a Believer

Hadith / One Hadith One Comment / İsmail Lütfi Çakan, PhD

In the first article of the first chapter of Mishkatu al-Masabih and in the hadith reported by Abu Hurairah, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said: "Whoever brings his Muslim brother out of discomfort Allah will bring him out of the discomforts on the Judgment Day."

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The Superiority and Goodness of a Person

Hadith / One Hadith One Comment / İsmail Hakkı Ünal, PhD

This hadith, which contains invaluable awards for one who believes that life does not consist of only this world, is in some ways an explanation of Allah's promise: "O! Allah loses not the wages of the good" (Al-Tauba, 120).

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For a More Livable World

Hadith / One Hadith One Comment / Meral Günel

With an overflowing enthusiasm faith intervenes in man's life and gives it direction and guidance. This characteristic of faith emerges when it is realized with conscious choice. Blind belief brings defect to the quality of faith.

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What Does The Islamic Brotherhood Require?

A Muslim is a person who accepts Allah's invitation to peace, safety and well-being and enters His protection. Islam means surrendering to the One who makes everything safe and entrusting oneself to the One closer to man than his jugular vein (Qaf 50:16).

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This World and the Hereafter

Aimed at man's happiness in both worlds, the religion of Islam asks that Muslims make connections to both worlds. Together with indicating that the next world is more beneficial (Anam 32; Duha 4), it aims for people to spend a life of peace and...

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Two Things to Envy

Sources say that the word "hasad (envy)" that passes in the text of this hadith has one real and one figurative meaning, and that here the figurative meaning is implied. The real meaning of hased is to wish that every kind of...

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Opening a Perfect Door: Repentance

Repentance... Asking for forgiveness... Desiring that one's mistakes not be counted... Making one's tongue and body witnesses to this plea... While making this wish, showing the sincerity of it through behavior ...

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Changing Guard With Our Parents

Our parents are "hands" that knead our personalities by distilling their own existence. From the day that we leap into the world the quiet and safe environment of our mother's womb, as symbols of love, self-sacrifice, trust and...

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