For mankind, list of 100 direct instructions by Allah in the Qur’an
Allah (SWT) has directly given us 100 instructions through Al Quran: Do not be rude in speech (3:159); Restrain Anger (3:134); Be good to others (4:36) Do not be arrogant (7:13); Forgive others for their mistakes (7:199); Speak to people mildly (20:44); Lower your voice (31:19); Do not ridicule others (49:11);
The night of majesty (Layla-tul Qadr) is here
IT feels as if it was yesterday. But alas! We have now entered the climax in the spiritual season of the blessed month of Ramadan. Here I am referring to the last ten days of this glorious month; days in which the night of Majesty would occur; a night which is better than a thousand…
The seven under the shade of Allah
THE Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) said: “There are seven whom Allah will shade in His Shade on the Day when there is no shade except His Shade: a just ruler; a youth who grew up in the worship of Allah, the Mighty and Majestic; a man whose heart is attached to the mosques; two men who love…
Ahmadiyyah tasks Buhari, governors on equity, justice
THE Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Nigeria has stressed the need for the leadership of the nation at all levels to ensure equity, justice and fair dealings among the populace. The key factors, according to the organization, are necessary ingredients for the realization of the growth aspirations at federal and state levels of governance. The Amir, Ahmadiyya…
Semiotics of Ramadan and your prostate health
In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful “O you who believe! Fasting has been prescribed upon…” Quran 2:183 BRETHREN, the month of Ramadan is usually a month of discovery. It is one in which the worshipper realizes the angelic in his nature. al-Mawardi, the legist, once posits that what humanizes us is not…
When Muslims walked for life
The essence of exercise for healthy life was recently exhibited by some Muslims in Lagos, as they preached peace and good governance in the country.
How Muslims can cope with fasting at workplace
MANY people can’t get through a workday without their morning coffee, much less a meal, but with the holy month of Ramadan in full force, millions of Muslim employees across the country will go about their days without food or drink for more than 14 hours at a time.
Shari’ah and quest for legal pluralism (3)
Tariq Ramadan, a distinguished scholar of Contemporary Islamic Studies at Oxford University, writes in his ground breaking work – Western Muslims and the Future of Islam – that “In the West, the idea of Shari’ah calls up all the darkest images of Islam….It has reached the extent that many Muslim intellectuals do not dare even to refer to the concept for fear of frightening people or arousing suspicion of all their work by the mere mention of the word.”
Where is the Almighty?
BRETHREN, this year’s Ramadan is now over a week old. The month has come at a time most Nigerians are seeking answers to questions which border not only on the future of this assemblage of ethnic contrarieties called Nigeria but equally on the destiny and the destination of our existence on terrestrial earth.
Tafsir: Scholars urged to focus on real exegesis of Qur’an
MUSLIM scholars across the country have been urged to focus on the real exegesis of the glorious Qur’an which depicts love, kindness, fear of Allah (SWT), good neighbourliness, honesty, among others in their respective tafsir (lecture) sessions during the Ramadan season.