Last Updated on Sunday, 29 May 2016 11:50
The signs at the front of your favourite clothing store first read ‘End of Season Sale - 50% Off!’ However, twenty days have passed since the signs were first erected and they have now been changed for signs that read ‘Further Reduced!’
The sale period has not only been extended, the bargains have become better and are now absolutely unbeatable. Nobody wants to be left out.
This is exactly the case with the final ten days of the blessed month of Ramadhaan. The entire month is the month of mercy, the month in which Allah Ta‘ala forgives multitudes of his servants who turn to him in repentance. Furthermore, the entire month is host to such a bargain that for one fardh action, the servant is granted the reward of 70 fardh actions!
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 September 2016 09:29
With the grace of Allah Ta‘ala, to a great extent the atmosphere of qurbaani is widely experienced in our country. In many communities, animals are kept and slaughtered in backyards. The children look forward to this and engage in all the work with great enthusiasm. This is something commendable and should be increased, as it will keep alive the ‘ibaadat of qurbaani for the future generations.
However, there is a great need for us to move from the mere atmosphere to achieving the true spirit of qurbaani. If this is not understood, then under the false pretence of “spirit” various laws of sharee‘ah will be violated, such as taking of selfies, intermingling, etc. This then results in this momentous ‘ibaadat becoming a mere event of entertainment and fun.
By: Moulana Ebrahim Salajee
Five Incidents in a Unique Manner / Common Message / Choosing a Trustworthy Guide / Importance and Benefits of Taqwa / History of Idol Worship / Solution to Drought / Boasting and Wasting the Favours of Allah Ta‘ala / Wastage of Food in Weddings / Respecting the Symbols of Allah Ta‘ala / Filth of Homosexuality / Advertising one’s Sins / Fraudulent Business Practices / Deen Governs our Finance
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 November 2016 16:43
Correspondence of Hazrat Moulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahimahullah)
Assalaamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh
I have a major problem. I have a young son who is into every kind of vice. He does drugs, smokes, drinks and steals. He does not want to work or study. We have been to many people and they say he has a bad jinn and lots of taweez have to be done on him. Please advise and please remember us in your du‘aas.
Last Updated on Saturday, 17 December 2016 08:35
The Deen of Islam is complete and perfect. Hence Islam recognizes and caters for all the needs of a human being by showing him the Islamic way of attending to and fulfilling these various needs. Eating is a basic human need. Thus Islam not only allows us to eat but also gives us guidelines and teaches us the Islamic way of eating.
Among our basic, human needs is the need to occasionally ‘take a break’. Islam is not a ‘dry’ Deen and thus allows us to take a break when needed. However, just as we adhere to the guidelines laid down by Deen when fulfilling our other needs, we should also adhere to the laws and injunctions of Deen when fulfilling this need and ensure that it is done in a manner that is approved of in Islam.
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