“To whomever Allah wills goodness, He grants him understanding of the religion.”View More Sharia, Fiqh, and Islamic law explained
“No one is better than anyone else, except by religion or good deeds.”View More Racial justice in the Quran and Sunnah
“Do not be treacherous to the one who betrays you.”View More Limits of retaliation and retribution in Islam
“No one forgives another but that Allah increases his honor,”View More Al-Mundhiri on forgiving criminals and wrongdoers
“Greed and faith can never be combined in the heart.”View More Al-Mundhiri on greed and miserliness
“I do not ask you anything for it, except affection due to relatives.”View More Showing love and affection to unbelievers
“Whoever knows himself, knows his Lord.”View More Understanding the soul in Islam
“Whoever knows himself, knows his Lord.”View More Whoever knows himself, knows his Lord
“All of these categories are not permissible as they contradict the pure law.”View More Nikah al-Misyar: Is traveler’s marriage permissible?
“And reconciliation is better.” (4:128)View More Muslim women’s right to divorce
“O Prophet, tell your wives, your daughters, and the believing women…”View More Slave girls showing their naked breasts?
“For what sin was she killed?”View More Baby girl buried alive is in Hell?
“Whoever among you sees evil, let him change it with his hand.”View More Principles of enjoining good and forbidding evil
“There is no obedience if it is disobedience to Allah,”View More Obedience to unjust Muslim rulers
“The Mahdi will be from my offspring, the descendants of Fatimah.”View More Al-Mahdi, the promised Caliph to lead the Ummah
“There is weakness in its chain.”View More Hadith Ghazwa-e-Hind: Invasion of India?
“None of you has faith until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself.”View More Islamic teachings apply to non-Muslims too
“The entirety of the Muslim is sacred to another Muslim,”View More Al-Mundhiri on backbiting, mockery, and slander
“Verily, truthfulness leads to righteousness,”View More Al-Mundhiri on honesty, truthfulness, and trustworthiness
“The gossip-monger will not enter Paradise.”View More Al-Mundhiri on gossip, rumors, and talebearing