Omar Suleiman The Gravity of One Murder, and the Death of Justice
Join Dr. Omar Suleiman as he reflects on the current events surrounding the murder of #GeorgeFloyd while providing a spiritual framing, a Qur’anic view on how to deal with situations like this.
Yasir Qadhi Bidding Farewell To Ramadan
Just recently, we were all so excited to welcome this beautiful month. With a blink of an eye, there is only one day left. May Allah accept all of our fasts and Ibadah!
Ismail ibn Musa Menk Ramadan Comes to an End
Now that Ramadan comes to an end it it is not the time to go back to the same ways we entered Ramadan.
Nouman Ali Khan End of Ramadan
Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan discusses ayat in the Qur’an that mention that we be careful of not increasing our knowledge and not knowing what to follow.
Omar Suleiman Those who are not forgiven on Laylatul Qadr
How can we be sure to be amongst those who are forgiven on Laylatul Qadr? Dr. Omar Suleiman cautions against certain actions that would make one miss out on this blessed night and describes how we can attain Allah’s mercy and forgiveness.
Abdal Hakim Murad The Gift of Death & God’s Decree
Death is certain; a Divine promise that will come true and yet people spend their whole lives trying to avert it. Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad reminds us for the believer, death is not to be feared but rather a gift to be embraced. Those who are content with God’s decree and who work diligently towards meeting Him will neither fear nor grieve.
Mokhtar Maghraoui Ramadan: The Last Ten Days
Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui explains the benefits of the final ten days of Ramadan and how we can spiritually prepare ourselves for the special days and nights.
Ismail ibn Musa Menk Du’aa: The Game Changer
In these last 10 nights of Ramadan, dua is very important. Learn why and how to do it in the best of ways from Mufti Menk!
Abdal Hakim Murad Own Your Wealth
Some of the first verses revealed in the Qur’an were condemnations of the love of wealth, verses which are pertinent to us today. Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad teaches us how to Own Our Wealth by reminding us that we are ‘mutasaddiqin’, people who give. The Arabic word comes from ‘sadaqa’ – directly related to sincerity, truthfulness and the nature of the Prophet ﷺ.