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Fatma Bayram on Not Knowing What to Say

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“Not knowing what to say” is not always related to a deficiency in knowledge

read more 29.08.2013, Thursday

Khadija: The Woman to whom God Sent Greetings

He draws on the ground with a branch. His students carefully watch his hand and lips. What they see is four long lines. What they hear is: "Do you know what these are?" The lines flow to their eyes the ground which has become an endless black board. 

read more 26.08.2013, Monday

Ummu Salama: Our Mother Who Ran

First she ran to Arkam's house with her husband Abu Salama; she had heard about the Prophet (pbuh)'s call to Islam. Later she went to Abyssinia with her husband because she was called to migrate. 

read more 26.08.2013, Monday

The First British Guest of Allah

At a time when  Britain had major political and economic interests in the Middle East, Hedley Churchward had only one concern in mind while going on a pilgrimage to Mecca; the pleasure of Allah.

read more 23.08.2013, Friday

Love Knows No Command

Say: "If you indeed love God, then follow me, so that God will love you…”

read more 15.08.2013, Thursday

The Last Days of the Prophet

Martin Luther King Junior once said that "the ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."

In this khutba, Shaykh abdulHakim uses the passing of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, to explore some of the reasons is considered the best of men

read more 02.08.2013, Friday

Ramadan in Istanbul

Ramadan brings to the surface some of Istanbul’s deepest human secrets. The great City resembles the improbable arm of the sea that cuts it in half, cheerfully consistent on the surface, yet churned by strange currents known only to veteran fishermen...

read more 09.07.2013, Tuesday

From Hamza Yusuf’s Viewpoint: What can the West learn from Islam?

Hamza Yusuf calls attention to the prejudices of the Western world against Islam, as well as the attitude of Muslims towards the West, both of which appear to be biased. 

read more 04.07.2013, Thursday

Medina: The City Renewed by Emigration

Following a gloomy Maghrib prayer, the congregation leaves the Prophet's Mosque; all are silent. The congregation has shrunk in size; familiar faces have been replaced with faces that are now strangers through a loss of trust.

read more 15.11.2012, Thursday

Are You a Shadow or Body?

“Regenerating the Sunna” referes to not imitating the Sunna, but realizing it, bringing it to fruition, actualizing it. The concept implies not merely remembering the actions of Prophet Muhammad, but living and experiencing those behaviors in the here and now.

read more 30.03.2012, Friday