I am a patriotIs a Muslim or a believer prohibited to say, “I am a patriot”?
Eid and end of RamadhaanThe first day of the month following Ramadhaan is Eid al-Fitr, the celebration of fast-breaking.
Day in the life of a Muslim (part 1 of 2): From waking up till late morningOrdinary every day activities can become rewarding acts of worship if a Muslim does them for the sake of pleasing Allaah.
Working in air transport company in presence of evil thingsAs a rule, working in a sea or in an air transport company is permissible; only there are some adventitious prohibitions to this rule.
Acquiring the disbelievers’ nationalityIt is not allowed to acquire the disbelievers’ nationality because of the negative aspects which affect the Muslim’s religion and creed.
Ruling concerning Islaamic songs (Anaasheed)What is the ruling concerning Islaamic songs and is it permissible to take them as means for making Da’wah (Calling to Islaam)?
Offering congratulations at beginning of Hijree yearWhat is the ruling on congratulating people on the occasion of the Hijree New Year?
SinsQuotes from the Salaf on the effects of sins.
Drumming on a tableWhat is the ruling on drumming on a table or other than it?
Seeking forgiveness from sinsThe one who repents from sinning is like the one without sins.
Who shares responsibility for Syrian refugee crisis?Those who called to insurrections share responsibility for this huge sin.
Knowing if your deeds have been acceptedWhat are the signs that a deed has been accepted by Allaah?
How does the Muslim know that his deeds have been accepted?How does the Muslim know that his deeds have been accepted?
From the fruits of having Taqwaa of AllaahHe will make a way for him to get out from every difficulty.
They did not perform any good deedsExplanation of 'They did not perform any good deeds'.
Who are Ahlul-Hadeeth? They are the Saved Sect firm upon that which the Messenger and his Companions were upon.
Will Muslims be asked in grave about Al-Jarh wa-t-Ta'deel? Will the Muslim be asked in his grave about the affairs of Al-Jarh wa-t-Ta'deel?