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Benefits of Quran Memorization – Part I

As Muslims and followers of the AhlulBayt (as), we all know of the value of the Holy Quran, being well aware of the famous sentence uttered by the Prophet (sawa)

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Patience – A Formidable Weapon

Modern society is keen on imprinting the idea of man as a progressive creature, albeit from a limited framework that only accounts for the material. In this heart-throbbing, fast-paced and

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To the Youth in Europe and North America

In the name of God, the Beneficent the Merciful To the Youth in Europe and North America, The recent events in France and similar ones in other Western countries have

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The Concept of Seven Heavens

Question: What is the purpose of the Qur’an in pointing towards ‘seven heavens’? Answer: Islamic scholars and commentators have narrated some clarifications regarding ‘seven heavens’ (towards which indication are made

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A Look into Congregational Prayers

Allah says in the Holy Quran, “Maintain with care the prayers.” (2:238) There is no doubt about the importance of prayers in Islam. Prayer is the pillar of the religion.

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Where Is God?

“And He is with you, wherever you may be; and God sees all that you do.” (Qur’an 57:4) The idea that Allah is All-Watching is something most of us have

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The Importance of Self-Accounting

It is that time of the year when we have to take the time to fill out our tax forms. Some of us hire an accountant to take care of

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Resurrection from the Sleep of Death

Indeed, this total annihilation of the cosmos, in which no single creation will be identifiable, is the inevitable future of our world. Then, graves will be upturned, and the earth,

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Finding Faults in Others

Imam Ali has also said, “One who contemplates his own flaws is too busy to consider other people’s faults, and the one who is satisfied with whatever sustenance Allah has

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Medina: the Roots of Karbala

The likes of Umar ibn Sa’ad and Shimr were reported beating the women and children with whips. They tied defenseless women and children and dragged them from city to city.