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Beliefs and Practices of Islam

Guard The Destroyer

By Khalil Moya
“Let us not allow our own tongues to be the instruments of our own destruction. Backbiting and slander are very serious sins in Islam…”

Don’t let Shaitaan divide us

By Dr Hossam Roushdi
“Sadaqah karaamah is the highest form of Charity in Islam. That’s when someone has harmed you, and you have the right to retaliate, but out of love for Allah, you choose to forgive and forbear…”

Trump’s world: the implications for Muslims

By Ebrahim Rasool
“South African Muslims enjoy respect and affection of the Black majority because we played a key role in the struggle against Apartheid. The lesson for Muslim minorities elsewhere is simply this: Be inclusive, be generous, be visibly engaged in helping others establish social and economic justice. That’s how you ensure a safe future for Islam in your country….”

Hardship: A Test of Faith and Patience

By Atif Jung
“As believers, we know that this life is not our final destination. The Quran promises us that we will be tested to our limits of endurance, to sort out the true from the false…”

Yaqeen: Certainty in Allah

By Dr Hossam Roushdi
“As believers, we have to cultivate a high level of certainty of faith… do not let your love of family, love of wealth, love of your home or your people be greater than your love for Allah and His messenger. If that happens, you will be in trouble, big trouble…”

A Good Time to be Muslim

By Arshad Gamiet
” Don’t be surprised if one day the descendants of Islam-haters and Muslim-baiters stand shoulder to shoulder with us in our Salaat. That’s entirely within Allah’s power. Allah has the power to do as He pleases…”

Mind your heart: Stop lying!

By Khalil Moya
Prophet Muhammad sws said that the signs of a hypocrite are three: When he speaks, he tells lies; when he is entrusted with something, he betrays that trust; and when he promises, he breaks his promise…”

What is stopping you?

By Khalil Moya
“This khutbah encourages us to make istighfar and tawba, no matter what we do. May Allah forgive all of our sins….”