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Those whom Allah loves, will be tested with hardship

By Essam Mahgoub
“”Every Prophet, every Messenger of Allah was tested with extreme hardship. Allah did this to set up role models, inspiring examples of patience, endurance, and complete reliance on Allah swt. When we are faced with trials and tribulations, we ought to accept it as a test from Allah. If we follow the Prophetic examples, Allah will reward us from His limitless Bounty, in this life and the eternal life to come.”

Srebrenica: Remember the past to protect the future

By Dr Husni Hammuda

The cold-blooded murder of 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys by Serb nationalists in 1995 has become known as the Srebrenica Genocide. Dr Husni reminds us of the lessons to be learned. The rising far-right nationalism and Islamophobia in Europe today suggests that many have not yet taken the lessons of history…”

Hajj, The Inward Spiral

By Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad (Tim Winter)

“Labbaik! Here I am, (at your service) O Allah!” is the heartfelt chanting of the Hajj. It is a logical echo of that original Shahada, (bearing witness) of that moment before time and space, when Allah called forth the souls of every human being that ever was and ever will be, to testify concerning themselves.  “Alastu bi Rabbikum?” (Am I not your Lord?), asked Allah. We all replied in one thunderous voice: “Bala shahidna!” (Yes we bear witness! lest we say on the Day of Awakening, that we were not mindful of this!)”

Resilience in Muslims, despite Islamophobia

By Dr Zubair Chaudhry
“Resilience is a wonderful thing. Allah has created it in our nature, so that when we’ve had a trial, tribulation or tragedy, we can endure it with patient perseverance and come out stronger for that experience…”

Tackling negativity and nihilism in youth

By Dr Zubair Chaudhry
Many young people, including young Muslims today, are affected by a sense of hopelessness, despair, depression about their lives. This is a serious mental and emotional condition that needs to be remedied. Dr Zubair draws on the Quran and Sunnah to advise us on how to deal with nihilism. Faith, Gratitude to Allah, Modesty and a sense of Shame is the remedy. Dr Zubair Chaudhry is a Clinical Psychiatrist who delivers regular speeches at the Jamia Mosque and Islamic Centre, Slough, Berkshire, UK

Generosity in Ramadan

By Dr Husni Hammuda

“One of the 99 Names of Allah in the Holy Quran tells us that Allah is the Most Generous. Those who worship Allah should also strive to be generous in all matters: money, possessions, time and attitude towards others. Ramadan gives us an excellent opportunity to be generous. Generosity in Ramadan is rewarded many times over…”

2019 Ramadan moment by Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad

By Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad
Inside the New Cambridge Mosque, a thoughtful and inspiring reminder delivered with quiet eloquence. Please share this with your family and friends…

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Fulfilling the Purpose of Ramadan

By Ibrahim Al Tamimi
“Allah reminds us that the purpose of Ramadan is not merely to get hungry and thirsty. The purpose is to attain piety, Taqwa, and to get closer to Allah..”