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E-Book: Advice On Establishing An Islamic Home

By Sheikh Salih al-Munajjid. An excellent book discussing the foundation of an Islamic household. The author addresses issues that are relevant to the majority of the Muslims, such as the importance of choosing a righteous spouse, disciplining your wife and children, making your home a place for the remembrance of Allah, spreading kindness in the home, teaching good manners, discussing some of the evils present in the home, learning the Islamic rulings with regard to the houses, creating an atmosphere of faith in the home, resisting bad manners in the home, choosing a good location and design of home, how to discipline the children which may by more effective than physical punishment and the books that we should read and much more. Continue reading “E-Book: Advice On Establishing An Islamic Home” »

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Parenting

By Abu 'Aaminah

The Civilised Family System by Ustadh Sayyed Qutb

On 16, Nov 2013 | In Articles, Parenting | By Abu 'Aaminah

“If the family is the basis of the society, and the basis of the family is the division of labour between husband and wife, and the upbringing of children is the most important function of the family, then such a society is indeed civilised. Continue reading “The Civilised Family System by Ustadh Sayyed Qutb” »

E-Book: Sincere Counsel To The Seekers of Sacred Knowledge / Imam Ibn Jawzi

On 15, Oct 2013 | In Books / كُتُب, Parenting, Tazkiyah / تزكية, Youth / شباب | By Abu 'Aaminah

This letter by one of the great scholars from Salaf is addressed to his son Abu’l-Qasim Badr al-Din ‘Ali who began to spend his days in idle play and wasting his time doing some impermissible things. Continue reading “E-Book: Sincere Counsel To The Seekers of Sacred Knowledge / Imam Ibn Jawzi” »

Safiyyah al-Shaybaniya: Imam Ahmad’s Most Influential Teacher

On 10, Aug 2013 | In Biographies, Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (رحمه الله), Parenting | By Abu 'Aaminah

Imam Ahmad (May Allah shower him with Mercy) is without a doubt one of the most influential scholars of the Ummah. He learned from the best scholars of his time, and was a great example and teacher to those who came after him inHadeeth, Fiqh, Zuhd, Wara’, Piety, and Patience. Continue reading “Safiyyah al-Shaybaniya: Imam Ahmad’s Most Influential Teacher” »

A Journey with the Qur’an / مسافر مع القرآن with Sh. Fahad al-Kandari

On 18, Feb 2013 | In Parenting, Qur'an / القران الكريم, Video, Youth / شباب | By Abu 'Aaminah

This show was produced in Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, Mauritania, and Chechnya. It explores various methodologies used to memorize the Quran in those countries. Through it, the secrets of Quran memorization and perfections are unveiled. In Arabic with English subtitles.

Continue reading “A Journey with the Qur’an / مسافر مع القرآن with Sh. Fahad al-Kandari” »

Islamic Cartoon for Kids: Misri Bunch

On 12, Aug 2012 | In Announcements, Aqeedah / عقيدة, Children, Parenting, Video, Youth / شباب | By Abu 'Aaminah

Misri Bunch is a puppet show aimed at teaching children Islam in an innovative and exciting way.

The Misri Bunch’s first interactive DVD release titled “Names Of Allah” is out now. In this DVD Abul Waleed (the wise fox) goes through the names and attributes of Allah with his friends showing examples through colorful illustration.

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“I can’t say it…”

Abu Ishaaq Al-Fazari said to Abdullah bin Mubarak, “O Abu Abdulrahman, there was a man from our companions who had gathered more knowledge than you and I, and when he was dying, I told him, ‘Say: La Ilaha Ila Allah’. He said, ‘I can’t say it’. I asked him twice, and he could not say it. He remained like this until he died.”

Abdullah bin Mubarak said,“I asked about him, and it was said that he was disobedient to his parents”

Abu Ishaaq said, “So I presumed that he was forbidden from saying it (kalimat al ikhlaas) due to the disobedience of his parents.”

Source: Ibn Abi Al-Dunya, ‘Al-Muhtadhireen’

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