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Building an Ark of service to others

By Talha Asghar

Islam isn’t a spectator sport. It’s a lifelong program for action. Islam teaches us how to purify the spiritual heart This will be the final stage of attaining Allah’s good pleasure. We can do this best by helping others in need. We must also work hard to end poverty and suffering everywhere.

The Pillars of Kufr (disbelief)

By Essam Mahgoub

Good Muslims work hard on the five Pillars of Islam. We should also avoid the Pillars of Kufr (disbelief): Pride, Arrogance, Envy, Anger and unholy Desires. Faith can become weak if it isn’t strengthened by daily good habits. The path to evil begins in small careless steps, so we must be constantly checking our behaviour.

Pure Advice…

By Sheikh Hasan Elwan

How often do we give advice, but inappropriately? How do we respond to advice, defensively? This khutbah unlocks the secret of sincere advice giving and advice acceptance.

The transformative power of the Hajj

By Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad

” The power of the Hajj is truly a divine mystery: It has the power to purify and transform the most awkward and sinful characters into the most luminous and radiant people. How this happens, Allah alone knows, but it happens, and that’s what’s important…”

The Sacrifice of Abraham

By Atif Jung

As the season of the Great Pilgrimage, the Hajj, approaches, this is a good time to reflect on the examples of Prophet Abraham, and his son, Ismail. What can we learn about implicit obedience and unfailing trust, unshakeable faith in Allah? There are many important life lessons here….

Small deeds have a transformative impact

By Talha Asghar

Allāh does not only look to our actions, but also more importantly, to our intentions. We should never overlook or belittle even the smallest good deed. What appears insignificant to us could be hugely important to Allah. Our selfless actions driven by pure intentions can have profound transformative results ………

Keep Ramaḍhān on the throne!

By Talha Haroun

Nabi Yusuf (Joseph) was thrown down a well, but his faith and perseverance brought him up to the throne of the land. Now that we have celebrated Eid, let us not throw Ramaḍhān down the well of our past misdeeds. Let us keep Ramaḍhān on the throne, uppermost in our daily lives for the intervening months leading to our next Ramaḍhān, insha-Allah,

Eidul Fitr 2024 khutbah by Arshad Gamiet

By Arshad Gamiet

Islam is not a spectator sport. It’s not good enough for us to sit around, like couch potatoes in front of our giant TV screens, complaining and criticising without lifting a finger to improve the situation. Some of us think that we’re helpless, that the problems out there are too big and too complex. We sit there and we blame others and we complain. But there is so much that we can do to make a difference…