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Why it is compulsory for an ordinary person to follow one of the 4 Imam‘s

Question: Is it compulsory for a Muslim to declare himself as a follower of one of the four Imams – or should he just follow the Qur’aan and the Sunnah without following any specific Imam?

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Ultimate Formula of How To Become a Billionaire!


Eventhough we don’t need any proof from anyone or any research to believe in Allah’s word, because it is part of our Iman, still this shall help you to understand, that Allah’s word is divine! There are scientific facts written in the holy Qur’an which have been recently discovered by scientists. This is not an article which will try prove the holy Qur’an correct by illustrating researches, rather it should demonstrate that there are things already mentioned in the holy Qur’an. Continue reading “Ultimate Formula of How To Become a Billionaire!”

The Genius – Motivating Life Story of Imam Al-Bukhary [Video]

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If Only I… [This Story Will Change Your Life]

I suddenly woke up…

I saw a very bright light everywhere, although the lamp in the room was off.

It was about 3.30 am, the time of fajr prayer.

But where did the light come from?

I stood up confusedly and saw that half of my hand was tucked inside the wall. Continue reading “If Only I… [This Story Will Change Your Life]”

ATTACK: “Kill Them Where You Find Them”

Muslim Words

“I don’t get this weird video game! I mean is it really necessary to shoot the zombies? That’s not very nice, you know!”
“Mom! If you don’t shoot them, they’ll eat your brains out!”

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9 Ways Of How To Never Miss Fajr Prayer Again

Ramadhan preparation ongoing…

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It’s a Saturday morning, I hadn’t enough sleep yet, since I went to bed at about 2 am. It’s 6 am now and my phone is killing me with its loud bell, but why do I have to wake up this early on a saturday morning? It’s Fajr time regardless of being saturday or wednesday. While trying to neglect the sound of the phone and being in a state of half awake and half asleep, there is this voice in my head, telling me that the dream was about to get fun, you can sleep some more minutes, shut off your alarm and go back to bed, it’s ok… Or at least snooze it. But I know deep in my heart, if you snooze, you lose!

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3 Replies to Our Dua’s

You don’t have to be modest, by asking something from Allah. You don’t ask a King for only a Penny, do you?
-Marcel Krass (translated from german)
By asking Allah for something and making dua, you are acting upon the following beautiful Verse of the holy Qur’an:

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[Video Reminder] A Glimpse of Hellfire

Salman Al-Farisi: In the journey of finding the truth

Seeking knowledge is essential in Islam. We are actually obliged to seek the truth and speak the truth at all time, even if it is against us. And this very quality was seen in one of the sublime Sahaba, whose name is Salman Al-Farisi.

Photo by: Jurek d.

Salman Al-Farisi was so obsessed with finding the truth that he spent many years of his life on this purpose. He travelled to many countries, stayed with many scholars (Christian scholars, who eventually led him to Muhammad saws). This journey continued until he found our beloved Prophet, may peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, and after that he felt a sort of relieve. He had found the truth, now he had to live accordingly to it. His shrewdness and knowledge as well as his adherence to Islam impressed our Prophet to such an extent, that he (saws) stated the following:


“Salman is full of knowledge”


”Salman is one of us, the People of the House (ahlul-bait)”


If we pay attention to the different qualities of all the Sahaba, we can learn so much from them and become much better Muslims. So let’s start with this beautiful trait. Let’s become more truthful and seek knowledge that can improve our relationship with our Creator; Al-Haqq, the Truthful and  Al-‘Alîm, The All-knowing.

Photo by: Iqbal Osman


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