6 April 2022

What Admits One Into Paradise

The Messenger of Allah ﷺ is asked about a deed that would admit one into paradise and keep one away from hellfire. This is his ﷺ response.

31 March 2022

The Best Times to make Du’a

What are the best times to supplicate (make du’a)? Here are four hadith (sayings of the Prophet ﷺ) of the best times to make du”a.

17 March 2022

The 15th Night of Sha’ban

Sha’ban is one of the meritorious months for which we find some particular instructions in the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ). It is reported in the authentic ahadith that Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) used to fast most of the month in Sha’ban.

5 March 2022

When You Love Your Brother

A man was with the Messenger of God ﷺ when another man passed by them. He told the Prophet ﷺ that he loved him. This is the Prophet's ﷺ response.

24 February 2022

Which Deed is Best According to the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Abdullah ibn Mas’ud ‏رضي الله عنه asks the Messenger of God ﷺ ‘which deed is the best?’ to which the Prophet ﷺ responds.

20 January 2022

What Is Islam? A Response from the Prophet ﷺ

A man called out, “O Messenger of Allah, what is Islam?” How did the Prophet ﷺ respond? Read this narration from Abu Firas.

13 December 2021

5 Benefits of Giving Charity

What are 5 benefits of giving charity? We share a collection of hadith that answer that very question.

10 December 2021

4 Ways Muhammad ﷺ Gave Charity

The Prophet was known for his generosity. He continuously encouraged his followers to help others. Here are four ways he gave charity.

3 December 2021

The Word "Sadaqa" and it's Root Meaning | Jummah Reminder

The word sadaqa is from the root 's-d-q', the same root as sidq, or sincerity. Charity is also 'burhan.' A 'burhan' is a proof that rests on a 'dalil', or evidence. Shaykh Riad Saloojee elaborates further in this short Jummah reminder.

16 October 2021

“In Praise of the Messenger ﷺ” By Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui

Shaykh Mokhtar shares an important message regarding this blessed month of Rabbi al ‘Awwal.

21 September 2021

Muslims and the Problem of Addiction

Our culture of shame and stigmatization of those struggling with problems we consider taboo is immensely harmful. To acknowledge a problem and recognize the human face dealing with it does not equate to its acceptance or normalization.

14 September 2021

Arrogance: A Primary Disease That Fuels Racism

To truly address racism, there is a need to reinject an Islamic perspective into our discourse that racism is firstly rooted in worst spiritual disease of the heart.