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Dec
2015
Ask yourself about how much you share from the signs of beneficial knowledge, which are as follows:  (1) Implementing it.  (2) Hatred of being praised, complemented, or displaying haughtiness over others.  (3) Increasing your modesty with the increase of your knowledge.  (4) Fleeing from the love of leadership, fame, and worldly pleasures.  (5) Abandoning the claim to have knowledge.  (6) Having bad susp....
posted by Seifeddine-M on 3rd December 2015 - -1 comments
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Nov
2015
The Qur'aan was revealed at a certain time and in reference, in many cases, to a certain people or incident. It is sometimes easy for the reader to become complacent and to think of the Qur'aan in terms of referring just to something that happened, something bygone. He thereby closes his eyes unconsciously to the fact that the Qur'aan was not revealed only for a specific era or for a specific people. Instead it is the guidance for all of mankind until the Day of Judgement. It cont....
posted by Seifeddine-M on 16th November 2015 - -1 comments
13
Nov
2015
Allaah سبحانه و تعالى states,    "And who is more truthful than Allaah in statement?" (Sooratun-Nisaa', 4:87)  and,     "And whose words can be truer than those of Allaah?" (Sooratun-Nisaa', 4:122)  When a Muslim reads the Qur'aan he must realise that everything it states is true. No matter what the topic might b....
posted by Seifeddine-M on 13th November 2015 - 0 comments
12
Nov
2015
The dreams of the Prophets عليهم الصلاة والسلام were all true - which was a valuable support to the veracity of their message. Whether they were sleeping or awake, Shaytaan was not allowed to make them envision falsehood.  Sa'eed Ibn Jubayr رحمه الله reported that Ibn 'Abbaas رضي الل....
posted by Seifeddine-M on 12th November 2015 - 0 comments
11
Nov
2015
There is no question that the Qur'aan guides to the straight path and to the truth. This is one of its major goals. Yet, at the same time, although this guidance is perfect and preserved, it must be allowed to guide the reader. The Qur'aan must be given the opportunity to tell its reader what the straight path is. That is, the reader must approach the Qur'aan with, if one may use the expression, an "open mind." If the reader has already decided what is right and what is ....
posted by Seifeddine-M on 11th November 2015 - 0 comments