Sha’ban: The Neglected Month

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Muslims consider the month of Sha’ban, which is the eighth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, as a special month. The term “Shaban” has an Arabic origin and comes from the word “shu’bah,” meaning “separated” or “isolated”. While it is not as well-known as other Islamic months such as Ramadan or Dhul Hijjah. This month…

Staying Strong

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Staying strong is an important part of life. It is especially important in the Islamic faith, where believers are called upon to stay strong in the face of hardship. Allah and His Prophet(ﷺ) guide us in the Quran and Hadith to stay strong in difficult times. In the Holy Quran, Allah has promised believers that…

Don’t Give up after Failure | Never Lose Hope

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One of the important qualities of a Muslim is that he remains in a positive state of mind, whatever the situation is. He tries for the best and trusts in Allah for results. True Muslims never lose hope in Allah. Life is a tough journey, where one may pass through hardships. Sometimes he may succeed…

Modesty in Islam | Haya

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Modesty/Haya is protecting oneself from all such acts that are disliked in the sight of Allah Almighty and His creation. Modesty in Islam is based on personal and social moralities, values and behaviour. Modesty does not indicate that a person lacks self-confidence, and courage to attain high goals in life. But the reality is that…

Worships and Supplications | Last 10 Nights of Ramadan

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The Night of Power | Laylat-ul-Qadar Layla al Qadar or the Night of Power is considered to be the Holiest night in the month of Ramadan. The is the night when the revelation of the Quran began. This night falls within the last ten odd nights of Ramadan, and although the exact date is unknown….