Taraweeh Reflections: Eid Mubarak!

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Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 29) The Final meeting!

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Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 28) Beyond the Five pillars!

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Beyond the five pillars- As much as Salah, Hajj, Zakah and Saum are of great importance and benefit, we must take everything the Qur’an and Sunnah ordained us to, extending the above to protecting the... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 27) The favour of Emaan!

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No doubt some of Allah’s favours do include our food, homes, families, jobs and health. However are those without these, not favoured by Allah (swt)? Not at all, we must acknowledge the biggest favour of... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 26) We have an alternative!

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Islam holds the alternative to the dismal situation faced by the many today. Be that the low wages, high inflation, fickle money-orientated culture, career politics, dire public service or much more. This alternative is right... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 25) Divine guidance, not desires!

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Today’s efforts to reform Islam to fit with secular liberal values, are all-too apparent. We must thus, as Muslims, ensure our Islam isn’t steered by our desires, or by a desire to ‘fit in’ and... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 24) A Godless Society!

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The notion that negating Allah’s existence and role as the Guider and Law-maker and instead making man the arbitrator for right and wrong, is sold as being what liberation truly means. However with a world... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 23) Unconditional Praise!

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Unconditional praise- Today, society judges actions through a benefit-driven lens, thus equating ‘good’ outcomes as worthy of praise, and ‘bad’ actions as the opposite. Allah (swt) reminds us of how we must embody gratitude and... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 22) Creator over customs!

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The marriage of Muhammad (saw) and Zaynab (r.a), was one that went against the customs and norms prevalent at the time. Despite the potential pressure and backlash, Muhammad (saw) understood that our Creator, Allah (swt),... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 21) Battle of the Genders

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In a society which places wants above needs, we’ve seen the role of women swing on the pendulum – going from house slave to sex slave. Allah (swt), our Creator, understands the roles and regulations... Keep Reading »