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Imam al-Nawawi: Think Before You Speak

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While it is true that great good can come from the tongue, it is also true that the tongue can stir up immense enmity and strife. Read More »

Ramadan for the Self-Righteous

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A surge of the sanctimonious. A pandemic of self-righteousness, if you prefer; and that too one that seemingly peaks to its most destructive during the month of Ramaḍān. Manifestations of which include the thinly veiled ahems of “Ramaḍān *cough* Muslim” when a brother decides to start frequenting the masjid for all five of the obligatory prayers. Read More »

Backbiting Daw’ah Organizations: 3 Steps to Fighting Zombies

When an organization chooses a business model and others disagree with it to the point of backbiting the individuals behind the organization, questioning their intentions, and mocking them explicitly or implicitly on a regular basis, I have a problem with them. Whenever I encounter these types of individuals, I consider them to be plague-carrying zombies, out to eat the flesh of others, as well as spread their disease to them. Give them a chance, and they'll probably eat your flesh as well when you turn your back on them (pun intended). I have three ways of dealing with these iman-draining freak shows... Read More »

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