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Assalaamualaykum brother and sister, may peace and bless of Allah be upon you. It is nice to meet you again on this great day. Today I have posted an article about qualities of great leaders. As a matter of fact, it is a duty for every of us to improve ourselves every day. It is either … Continue reading Qualities of an Exemplary Leader
A Wise, Heart-full Judge and His Teacher A judge in Jordan stunned the audience when he left his seat, headed straight to the defendant, bowed down and kissed his hand. The teacher himself was shocked by the act before the judge himself revealed to him that he was his teacher when the judge was a … Continue reading A Wise, Heart-full Judge and His Teacher
Story of Lion of the Desert, Omar Al Mukhtar Omar Mukhtar was tried, convicted, and sentenced to be executed by hanging [by Italians] in a public place. The fairness of his trial has been disputed by historians and scholars. When asked if he wished to say any last words, he replied with the Qur'anic clause: … Continue reading Real Hero of the People, Umar Al Mukhtar, Lion of the Desert
Written by omrizkiblog The best thing about internet is that it gives people freedom to create and share their creation with the whole world instantly, something which TV and radio are limited off and left far behind. It is always great to have access to such advance technology and to the sea of information. And, … Continue reading 3 Short Documentary Films to Watch in Your Spare Time
These are compilation stories which show how prophet Muhammad SAW (PBUH) responded to some circumstances and taught his followers to have tolerance towards people, even though they are disbelievers, and wrongdoing person. This kind of ethics is one of signs of His Prophethood. Read the rest of article at questionsonislam.com 1. He was a jew but … Continue reading Tolerant, An Exemplary Ethics of the Prophet (PBUH)
By Dr. Yasir Qadhi Forty is a special age. It’s the quintessential age of mid-life. It’s older than ‘young’, but younger than ‘old’. It’s an age where one has typically finished jumping all the hoops that society and education and starting a family require, and where one now looks forward to thinking about the major … Continue reading 10 For 20 at 40 – Ten Pieces of Advice I’d Give to My Twenty-Year Old Self Now That I’m Forty