Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Caliph Ali Ibn Abi Talib رضي الله عنه

Caliph Ali رضي الله عنه

Caliph Ali رضي الله عنه was indeed a very pious, humble, generous, brave, fearless and an intelligent person who loved the Holy Prophet ﷺ dearly. His achievements and accomplishments for spreading Islam are written in the books of history with golden words. His words of wisdom are a beacon of light for generations to come, his sacrifices in history for prevention of bloodshed in the holy cities can never be forgotten.

Caliph Umar Ibn Al Khattab Al Farooq رضي الله عنه

Caliph Umar

What a great leader, leading by example, and ultimately proving the stories written in the Christian predictions of a simple saint conquering Palestine, and after looking at Umar رضي الله عنه, his plain, simple clothes, his needlessness of grandeur, they knew that it could only be him who fit the description. Indeed, a role model for all of our current Muslim leaders.

Caliph Abu Bakr As Siddiq رضي الله عنه

Caliph Abu Bakr رضي الله عنه

The first caliph of the Rashidun Caliphate, a companion and through his daughter Aisha, a father-in-law of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. He has the honor of being one of the first converts to Islam and supported the Prophet ﷺ wholeheartedly; physically, emotionally, financially, by being there for him at times of ease and conflicts. A kindhearted, sensitive soul, empathetic towards all, while an epitome of strength, resilience, uprightness, and just towards all who were a threat to the Prophetic mission or in the spreading of Islam.

Protecting the Honour of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Protecting the Honour of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Prophet Muhammad’s ﷺ sanctity and respect resides in the heart of every Muslim, love for his Sunnah and admiration of his humanity, humility, generosity, sincerity and kindness is the key for unlocking the belief system of every momin.

An Expression on Quran

An Expression on Quran - PersonalIslam.com

Countless times the Holy Qur’an guides us about itself being a book of blessing and mercy, so that we can be alert and mindful at all times of the consequences of our actions. Allah promises to us that if we follow His commands, do good deeds and remember our motive of coming to this earth then Allah will most definitely show His mercy to us and even reward us immensely here and in the here-after.

Rewards of Ramadan

PersonalIslam.com Rewards of Ramadan

Islam is the religion of peace, kindness, compassion, and care for our fellow brothers and sisters. Looking after the needy and deserving, and sacrificing our own benefit for the sake of others is the teaching of our deen. Fasting is for Allah and helping a fellow brother break his fast will bless us with unlimited rewards, and the most important prize – the pleasure of Allah!

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