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muaazyasin has written 112 posts for justanotherblog

Goodness will always exist

This is a Rohingya man carrying his parents to safety. “Thy Lord hath decreed that ye worship none but Him, and that ye be kind to parents. Whether one or more attain old age in thy life, say not to them a word of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honor. … Continue reading

Aleppo: A sign of hope

As Muslims, viewing the atrocities of Aleppo has been difficult and heart wrenching. We’ve witnessed the slaughter of thousands of Muslims by the bloody hands of Bashar Al-Assad and his forces as the world does nothing except watch the spectacle unfold, while Muslim rulers continue in their treachery and deceit and to refuse to send … Continue reading

Ramadan Ending

“O Allah! Forgive me what I have done in the past, and what I will do in the future, and what I have concealed, and what I have done openly, and what I have exceeded in, and whatever You are More Knowing of than I. You are the One who Brings Forward, and You are … Continue reading

Forgiveness

The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “Charity does not decrease wealth, no one forgives except that Allah increases his honor, and no one humbles himself for the sake of Allah except that Allah raises his status.” The Messenger of Allah (saw) was upon the pulpit and he said: “Be merciful to others and you will … Continue reading

Ramadan Around The World

The idea of one Ummah is intrinsic to the Islamic belief and as Muslims we understand its importance, no more so in Ramadan when our connection to Allah (swt), the Quran and the Ummah are heightened in the blessed month. The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “The parable of the believers in their affection, mercy, … Continue reading

17th Ramadan – Battle of Badr

This was the most decisive victory in history of Islam and there are many lessons we can take. One of the most important being, the stance of the Muslims in an environment in which every condition disfavoured the possibility of success and victory. The Muslims were unprepared and outnumbered but unwaveringly, supported the Messenger of … Continue reading

The Ending 

Someone posted this earlier and it’s fantastic advice. We are now half way through Ramadan and we may feel like we’ve not made the most of it so far but we can’t despair. “When the race horse knows that it is nearing the end of the track it exerts all of its effort to win … Continue reading

Tolerance

The media today is no different to the poets that existed at the time of the Messenger of Allah (saw), who were employed by tribal leaders to discredit his call, to make false accusations against him and prevent the people from seeing the truth. They built similar narratives as those built by the government and … Continue reading

Orlando Shooting

The media’s portrayal and vilification of Omar Saddiqui Mateen as a Muslim extremist shouldn’t come as a surprise, putting aside inconsistencies that exist in reporting events. There’s one thing that makes him distinct from all other perpetrators of mass shootings in the US, he’s Muslim even if he doesn’t fit the typical profile. This isn’t … Continue reading

Time

“By the Time! Man is surely in loss, except those who believed and did good works, and exhorted one another to Truth, and exhorted one another to patience.” [Quran: 103] This Surah is a matchless specimen of comprehensiveness and brevity. A whole world of meaning has been compressed into its few brief words, which is … Continue reading

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