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    One of the signs of a strong Emaan is that one has a soft & pure heart, and of the signs of weak Emaan is that one has a hard heart! The heart is the main organ of our spirituality and relationship with Allah. What are the symptoms of a hard heart? What are the causes that make our hearts hard? ...and how do we cure our hearts and make them soft & serene? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi dedicates his latest khutbah to a crucial yet oft-neglected topic of how to cure the diseases of the heart.

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    Shaykh Yasir Qadhi dedicates his khutbah to a topic that we rarely find discussed in the mainstream. The calmness your heart desires has arrived. Cleanse your heart and taste the sweetness of true submission. Give your heart a much needed ’health check’. Determine whether or not your heart is ready for the journey to Jannah... "The day that neither wealth nor sons will be of any benefit except for he who comes to Allah with a pure heart." - The Noble Qur’an, (26:88-89).

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    Truthfulness and kindness are the signs of happiness of the nation and the individual. The key to happiness is sincerity and compassion, while misery is associated with lying and envying. Allah has not blessed any person with a blessing after Islam greater than truthfulness and kindness. Allah has never tried a person with something worse than lying and envying, All forms of lying and envying have been discussed in this publication and the teachings of Islam have been elaborated regarding all these forms and how to cope with them in day-to-day life activities.

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    Lecturer : Dr. Saleh As-Saleh

    In these lectures Dr. Saleh As-Saleh explains a chapter written by Imam Ibn Al-Qayyem entitled, \”Dispraise the Lowly Desires.\” Dr. Saleh introduces these lectures with a short biography of this Imam and shows his birth, life and death. Afterwards he begins to explain the chapter and shows how Muslims can avoid the lowly desires (Al-hawa) through several points.

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    By Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah. Actions are distinguished, one from the other, with respect to their excellence in the Sight of Allaah in accordance with the condition of the heart, not by their number or form, but rather due to the strength of the caller, his truthfulness, his sincerity and the extent to which he prefer Allaah over himself…

  • Reviewing : Safi Othman

    Statement of the seriousness of desire, and how to overcome them.

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    Lecturer : Naser Bajo

  • Shaykhul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullah) was asked: Regarding his statement, “The one who possesses an iota of Kibr in his (spiritual) heart (intention, consciousness) shall not enter al-Jannah” Is this hadîth specific only to the believers (Mu‘minîn) or (is it specific only to the) unbelievers (Kufâr)? If we were to say that it is specific for the Believers then (is not) our statement trivial considering (the fact that) the believers shall enter al-Jannah (Paradise) due to their Imân . If, on the other hand, we were to say that the hadîth is specific for the unbelievers then what is the relevance of the statement (since it is already known that the unbelievers shall not gain admission to al-Jannah)?

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    Lecturer : Bilal Philips

    How a Muslim many times rejects Allah’s favors, and the obligation upon wealthy Muslims. Also contains an informative Q&A discussion about Qadar (Predestination)

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