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Preparing for Hajj: What to Do While You Wait for Your Turn

While many Muslims aspire to perform Hajj, the fifth pillar of Islam, the journey to fulfill this sacred duty is not always immediate or straightforward. Circumstances such as financial constraints, health issues, limitations due to travel quotas, or simply awaiting...

The Final Victory: Surah An-Nasr’s Connection to Hajj and Sacrifice

Surah An-Nasr, the 110th chapter of the Quran, resonates with the theme of victory. However, its significance extends beyond mere triumph; it encapsulates the profound narrative of conquest, sacrifice, and the timeless legacy of devotion to Allah. This article delves...

The Fifth Pillar of Islam: Understanding the Significance of Hajj

Allah s.w.t. mentioned  in the Al-Quran in surah Ali-Imran on the obligation of hajj for every able Muslim.  In it are clear signs and the standing-place of Abraham. Whoever enters it should be safe. Pilgrimage to this House is an obligation by Allah upon whoever is...

A Guide to Proper Animal Slaughter According to the Quran

Animal sacrifices hold significant cultural and religious importance in many societies, particularly among Muslims. It's a practice deeply rooted in tradition and faith, often performed during Eid al-Adha, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice. This festival...

Understanding Qurban: Fulfilling Spiritual Obligations In Islam

The term "Qurban" (قربان) in Arabic refers to the act of sacrificial offering or animal sacrifice, particularly performed during the Islamic festival of Eid al-Adha. It stems from the root word "qaraba" (قرب), which means "to draw near'' or "to approach." This root...

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The Prophet’s Teachings: The Art of Honoring Others

The Prophet’s Teachings: The Art of Honoring Others

Act nicely in Islam is a demand and principle in interacting with others people. Therefore, a Muslim is required to respect each other, also share and maintain good relations just like the Prophet’s teaching.

The Value of Women in Islam

The Value of Women in Islam

Islam respects and values women’s femininity. Women have their own particularities, just as men have theirs, and this is in no way a belittlement for either of them.

Embarking on a Spiritual Hijrah

Embarking on a Spiritual Hijrah

Hijrah can be interpreted as a change of behavior from negative things to positive ones or better aspects #hijrah #muharram #prophetmuhammad

History of The Day of Ashura

History of The Day of Ashura

The word of ‘Ashura’ is a familiar term for us as a Muslim. The day of Ashura is a special historical day. This is mainly because the day of Ashura is in the month of Muharram that is included in the four sacred months which are often referred as the month of Allah...

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Islam Paving the Path to Technological Heights

Islam Paving the Path to Technological Heights

Leonardo da Vinci, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Robert Hooke. These are some famous names in the science and technological fields that we are familiar with. Their names, which have transcended time, together with their brilliance, innovations and inventions, have...

Embark on a New Beginning in 1443H

Embark on a New Beginning in 1443H

As another year draws to a close, we are once again met with the opportunity to reflect on our Deen in the past year and to think about our aspirations for the next. We are greeted by Muharram, a blessed month that has seen many significant events take place —...

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Reconnect with Food by Rabia Rashad

Reconnect with Food by Rabia Rashad

Learn how our food creator from Europe creates a starch and carbohydrate rich potato-based savoury suhoor and iftar this Ramadan. Suhoor: Potato Hash Ingredients: 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon unsalted butter (550g) 2 large potatoes peeled and cut into ½ inch...

Reconnect with Food by Hanan Al Badri

Reconnect with Food by Hanan Al Badri

Learn how our food creator from France creates an irresistible french omelet for suhoor and a creamy baked potato classic for iftar this Ramadan.   Suhoor: French Omelette Ingredients: 3 eggs 25 gram of butter Some chives for garnish Emmental cheese Salt...

Reconnect with Food by Candace Ashley

Reconnect with Food by Candace Ashley

Learn how our food creator from the United States whips up delicious oatmeal and taco dishes for suhoor and iftar respectively, this Ramadan. Suhoor: Oatmeal bowl Ingredients: Oats Coconut, almond, or dairy milk Water Black seeds Almonds Pecans Honey Mushroom powder...

Reconnect with Food by Rouba Shahin

Reconnect with Food by Rouba Shahin

Learn how our food creator from the Middle East whips up delectable savoury muffins for suhoor and chicken pies for iftar this Ramadan. Suhoor: Zaatar and Cheese Muffins Ingredients: 5 eggs 1/2 cup canola oil 1/2 cup olive oil 25 gram melted butter 1 cup yogurt 400...

Reconnect with Food by Sofia Imany

Reconnect with Food by Sofia Imany

Learn how our food creator from Indonesia whips up delectable savoury suhoor and sweet iftar this Ramadan. SUHOOR: TEMPEH OREK   Ingredients: 250 gram tempeh, small cubes or rectangular 3 red chillies, sliced 2 green chillies, sliced 2 centimeter galangal, bruised 2...

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