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Yahya Ibrahim | Life Lessons from Sūrat ṬāHā: “Shepherding – The Way of the Prophets”


The Qurʾān is not a storybook of wondrous tales and ancient fables, isolated from the realities and complexities of real life. Each verse, in fact, each letter is miraculously precise in meaning, succinct in message and pure in sound.   Those of you who follow me on Twitter  will already be familiar with my short points of insight into Sūrat ṬāHā (#TafseerTaHa).  The life lessons that ... Read More »

Interview with Shaykh Tawfique Chowdhury


Our goal is to achieve a world where every Muslim can live faithfully to their belief, building an exemplary community that benefits humanity. Our strategy to achieve this is focusing on excellence in knowledge in action. Read More »

Who’s up for a Game of Angry Muslims?

Angry Muslims

To be honest- it isn't easy satirizing this issue because the dark jokes strike deep at a profoundly sad reality that we're now facing- that we as Muslims have done far greater damage to the name, reputation, and teachings of our Beloved Prophet [saw] than any inflammatory video, cartoon, depiction, or insult ever possibly hope to. Read More »

MM Arts | Poetry Day | 03-24-12


Welcome, it's our monthly Poetry day again! If you want to share your verses with everyone here, kindly email us at poetry[@]muslimmatters[.]org stating your name, along with your poem.  As soon as your poem is selected for publishing, we'll let you know so that you can keep an eye out for it, inshā'Allāh. JazakumAllahu khayr for sending in your poems! Without ... Read More »

Reader’s Opinions | Remembrance of Allah


"So remember Me; I will remember you." [Al-Qur'ān 2:152]. | What are some of the ways that you remember Allah? Let us know! Read More »

Blessed Prophetic Encounters: a Tearful Rider and a Toiling Wife

Moreover, this love for the Prophet [صلى الله عليه وسلم] should also make us feel an intense desire to meet him and see him in person, since one favor that his companions had the privilege of possessing, which we can never even hope to do in this worldly life, is the joy of beholding him in flesh and blood before their eyes, talking to him, and being in his company. Read More »

Blessings Upon Al-Mustapha, Our Beloved Messenger, The Divinely Chosen | Yahya Ibrahim

From a distance you notice his eyes - piercing, brilliant and engaging. The choicest Praise and Mercy of Allah be upon him. Muhammed, the Praised one is Ahmed, the greatest in Praise of Allah; sublimely appropriate. Al-Mustapha, the Divinely Chosen, is real. He was flesh and blood. Human. Read More »

A Tremendous Opportunity for Ajr: A Call for Donations for Shaykh Ibrahim Dremali

As Sh. Ibrahim is among those whom we count as the leaders and scholars of our community, we feel that we cannot idly stand by and allow him to endure his ordeal without any help. In order to assist the Shaykh in his time of need, as he has touched so many of our lives, we at MuslimMatters are raising funds to donate to Shaykh Ibrahim. Shaykh Ibrahim has not asked anyone to raise money for him, but we love this scholar dearly for the sake of Allah, and we pray that Allah will put barakat for you and for him in whatever you give for the shaykh's relief from the provision Allah has given you. Read More »

Abasa – A Frown That Went Unwitnessed

"The Prophet (s) in the early days of the risala, yearned for an opportunity to present the Sacred Message to the influential upper crust of Meccan society. Finally, an audience was permitted. In attendance were those who others respected and put trust in their judgment. From a distance, in quick stride, ‘Abdullah ibn Umm Maktoom (ra) called out to bystanders to lead him to Muhammed (s). The Prophet frowned. A frown that went unwitnessed by the created was Seen by the Creator." Read More »

The Supplication Series: Strong Faith, Eternal Bliss, and The Prophet’s Companionship

What duaa did ibn Mas'ood (radi Allahu anhu) make when the Prophet (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam) said about him, "ask, and you shall be given"? Read More »

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