Posts Tagged ‘hadith’

Hijab: A Muslim Male Perspective

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Hijab: A Muslim Male Perspective

The topic of hijab is one that evokes and provokes. It generates within all of us a plethora of thoughts and emotions. The web and media are replete with opinions of Muslim women and politicians on this sensitive topic. Some non-Muslims have used hijab as a springboard to unleash virile anti-Islamic polemics. Here I wish to share some thoughts on hijab from the perspective of a Muslim male living in America…

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Prick From A Thorn

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To the Strangers

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To the Strangers

Words of comfort and encouragement from the Messenger salla Allahu alayhi wasallam.

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Love

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Love

The Prophet salla Allahu alayhi wasallam said, “None of you will truly believe until you love for your brother what you love for yourself” [Bukhari and Muslim]. Our love for others is not only to love for them the aspects of this dunya (good health, security, prosperity, etc.), but to also love for them the most dear aspects to our hearts regarding the deen: to have firm belief, to stay away from sin, to earn reward, to enter jannah. Our love for others encourages us to give them advice, to advise them to wear hijab, to call them to all aspects of Islam. What ways can you think of to show your love for your brother, for your sister? And when was the last time you manifested this love?

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A Narration from Umar

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A Narration from Umar

Umar ibn al-Khattab radiya Allahu anhu said, “My Lord agreed with me in three things.”

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