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Advice to Students during Exams – by Shaykh Saalih al-Munajjid

December 29, 2015


* Resort to Allaah by supplicating to Him using any permissible wording, like saying: “O my Lord relax for me my chest with assurance and ease for me my task.” * Prepare by going to bed early and going to the exam on time. * Take all needed tools which you are permitted to take, […]

Advices before the advent of Ramadaan

June 14, 2015


* Ask Allaah to prolong your life so that you may reach it. * Plan and be ready for acts of obedience during it and free yourself for it.  * Be around those with high ambition. * Purify your soul from enmity towards others and reform the relations which the devil has corrupted. * Sincerely […]

It is Easy to Enter Islam

November 5, 2014


Among the beauties of Islam is the fact that in this religion there are no intermediaries in the relationship between a person and his Lord. Entering this religion does not involve any special ceremonies or procedures that need to be done in front of any other person, nor does it require the consent of any […]

The Importance of being Truthful

November 15, 2013


ar – en – es – fr – zh – ru Q. What is the importance of being truthful, both in personal and business relationships, in Islam? Is lying ever considered and “acceptable” action? A. Praise be to Allaah. Being truthful means speaking the truth and also saying things that reflect reality. Being truthful is one of the necessities of a human society, one of the […]

Ruling on amulets and hanging them up

October 14, 2011


Q. Do amulets ward off the evil eye and hasad (envy)? … i found in al-muwatta that theres hadiths allowing some sorts of talisans, and even kitabu tawheed mentioned some salafs allowed it. The hadiths can be found in al-muwatta, volume 50, hadiths 4, 11 and 14. A.Praise be to Allaah. Firstly, we could not […]

The Ten Commandments in the Qur’aan

August 25, 2011


Q. I’m trying to determine if there is anything in the Quran similar to the Ten Commandents in the Old Testament, particularly the line “thou shalt not kill.” i have been using search functions on several Quran translation sites to no avail.A. Praise be to Allaah. Thank you for your question, which shows an interest […]