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Blessings of Shab-e-Baraat

Blessings of Shab-e-Baraat

The 15th of Shabaan known as Shab-e-Baraat or Lailatul Baraat, means the Night of Absolution. Shab-e-Baraat is a vessel for mercy, blessing, benefit, pardon and forgiveness that descends upon the people of the earth. As millions of muslims across the world celebrate the night as a Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), our lesson of […]

Virtues of the blessed month of Shaban

Virtues of the  blessed month of Shaban

Though each month of the Islamic calendar has its religious as well as historical significance,but fact remains that there are a few months that hold a superior stature compared to other months and because of this they are given more value and respect by the muslims. One of such months is the month of Shaban […]

Religious tolerance as defined in Islam

Religious tolerance as defined in Islam

When defining one of its important aspects, Islam, it means complete submission to almighty Allah by choice and conviction, not through seduction or compulsion. Islam accommodates and welcomes all people as brothers and sisters regardless of their distinctive, particular affiliations or backgrounds. The Islamic attitude towards the followers of other religions is not only to […]

Responsibility in a muslim society

Responsibility in a muslim society

Islam wants to bring up the power of conscience in man’s soul in precedence of the power of state and to develop the virtue of personal responsibility; to became a guardian to judge oneself and know that one is responsible on the resurrection day far what almighty Allah has granted. Everyone is responsible for the […]

Blessing of the holy month of Rajab

Blessing of the holy month of  Rajab

As prophet Muhammad (SAW) used to say: “O Allah, make the months of Rajab and Sha’baan blessed for us and let us reach the month of Ramadan”, the particularity of Rajab is that it is isolated while the other three sacred months are consecutive. Fortunate for muslim umah that the sacred month of Rajab precedes […]

Business ethics in Islam

Ethics may be defined as the set of moral principles that distinguishes right from wrong. Ethics has a twofold objective: it evaluates human practices by calling upon moral standards; also it may give prescriptive advice on how to act morally in a given situation. Ethics, therefore, aims to study both moral and immoral behaviour in […]

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