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Last Updated on Thursday, 27 October 2016 15:49

We face, on a daily basis, situations which test our tolerance and patience. Unfortunately, we sometimes fail the test and succumb to our temper, behaving in such a manner that we cause nothing but remorse and regret for ourselves.  

Thus, as of today, when faced with any test, simply remember the word ‘CAB’.

‘C’ stands for the ‘Command’ of Allah Ta‘ala. Remember that this test was decreed to happen and there was no way that we could have escaped it. We cannot choose our tests, but we can choose the manner in which we face these tests and challenges.

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Serenity Coastal Resort VS The Gardens of Paradise


Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 October 2016 08:43

Serenity Coastal Resort

Are you sick and tired of being stuck in the same rut, day after day?

Do you suffer from chronic back pain, aches and migraines?

Are you tired of housework and the smell of “wagaar” (braising onions) and feel like you need to just have a break and a change of scenery?

If your answer is yes then look no further!

Read more: Serenity Coastal Resort VS The Gardens of Paradise


‘Aashuraa Links


Last Updated on Monday, 12 February 2018 16:00

Hereunder are links to previous articles and audios on the topic of ‘Aashuraa:

The Day of ‘Aashuraa

Lesson of ‘Aashuraa

‘Aashuraa and Children

Oppose Your Enemy!

Lessons of ‘Aashuraa

‘Aashuraa is not Karbala


No Place in the Cupboards


Last Updated on Thursday, 25 August 2016 10:07

Did you ever battle to find a place in the kitchen cupboards for the latest dinner set purchase, or the new Tupperwares?

Did you ever stand before your wardrobe before a function and find yourself at a loss regarding what to wear, simply because your collection was so extensive?

If your answer to any of the above is ‘yes’, then you need to stop and ask yourself the following questions:

“Is the wealth which I possess truly MINE or is it merely a trust from Allah Ta‘ala regarding which I will be held accountable?”

“Did I buy these items because I needed them or did I buy them on impulse or to keep up with the latest fashion and trend?”

“Could I have done without these items? If yes, then what stopped me from rather giving some of the money in sadaqah to the poor?”

Remember! Islam allows us to use and enjoy the bounties of this world. However, Islam does not allow extravagance and waste. If we use the bounties of Allah Ta‘ala without being wasteful and express gratitude to Him, these same bounties will both give us satisfaction and enjoyment and also become a means of us earning reward.


Disobedience Broadcast


Last Updated on Thursday, 04 August 2016 10:13

Imagine if we woke up every morning to find that the sins which we had perpetrated during the night were written all over our front door, advertised for the entire world to witness. Wouldn’t we be horrified? In fact, we would feel so disgraced that we wouldn’t know where to hide our faces! If we reflect over this, we will realize that it is only out of His infinite kindness that Allah Ta‘ala conceals our sins.

Let us next imagine that we go out of our way, sacrificing our wealth, time and energy, to do someone a favour. Instead of expressing appreciation, this person takes the very same favour and throws it back into our face. Will we appreciate this? Never! Furthermore, we will not feel happy to do a favour for this person in the future.

Read more: Disobedience Broadcast


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