Living Islam

Do not react to the situation, try to manage it and soon you will emerge as the master of the situation. In its chapter twelve, the Quran narrates a story. Quran mentions it as the best of stories. This is the story of Prophet Joseph. The Prophet Joseph with his father and stepbrothers lived in […]

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What does Islam say about the rights of domestic workers? Muslims are given explicit instructions on how to treat servants, workers, and the help. By Amal Al-Sibai We have all heard stories of housemaids working without rest until after midnight and rising early with the sun, or those working for months on end without pay; […]

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By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan Some weeks ago, someone sent me a list of questions by email, seeking my responses to them. Some of these questions had to do with the manner in which many Muslims relate to people of other faiths. Among these questions was the following: “Last Friday, I went to a mosque for […]

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By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan The believer, according to the Quran, must be a traveller (Al-Saihoon) (9:112). This is not just in the sense of one who goes on journeys: it actually means one who learns spiritual lessons through Tawassum (15:75). Tawassum means to elicit spiritual lessons from material experiences. A believer is one who is […]

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