“If you ask, ask from Allah. If you seek help, seek help from Allah.”View More Asking the deceased for supplications or intercession?
“To whomever Allah wills goodness, He grants him understanding of the religion.”View More Sharia, Fiqh, and Islamic law explained
“Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him uphold his family ties.”View More Al-Mundhiri on good relations with family
“Visit the absent. It will increase your love.”View More Al-Mundhiri on visiting Muslims, honoring them
“Greed and faith can never be combined in the heart.”View More Al-Mundhiri on greed and miserliness
“…the gates of the heaven are opened, the gates of Hellfire are closed, and the devils are chained.”View More Forty Hadith on Ramadan
“Allah has pardoned my nation for what occurs within themselves…”View More Are we held accountable for our thoughts?
“I am pleased with Allah as Lord,”View More Benefits of the Sunan of Adhan, call to prayer
“I do not ask you anything for it, except affection due to relatives.”View More Showing love and affection to unbelievers
“The upper hand is better than the lower hand.”View More Al-Mundhiri on giving voluntary charity
“Whoever pays alms on his wealth, his evil will depart from him.”View More Al-Mundhiri on paying obligatory charity
“Verily, every prayer makes the sins before you fall away.”View More Al-Mundhiri on the five obligatory prayers
“The caller to prayer is forgiven for as far as his voice reaches,”View More Al-Mundhiri on the call to prayer
“Do not insult anyone while you are fasting.”View More Al-Mundhiri on fasting from evil words and deeds
“Allah has people He redeems in every day and night of Ramadan.”View More Al-Mundhiri on fasting in Ramadan
“Fasting is a shield from the Hellfire, just like a shield of yours in battle.”View More Al-Mundhiri on virtues of fasting
“The False Messiah will not enter Medina, neither will pestilence.”View More Can plague enter Mecca and Medina?
“Sufism is to be mindful of one’s inner-states and adhere to good manners.”View More Understanding Sufism in Islam
“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