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A person may be doing good and virtuous acts/deeds but due to negligence and sinning the Noor (light) of the good deeds become void, nullified and non-existent.

The following is an ongoing reminder to the Muslims: “Our real life is the life in the Hereafter.”

It is an undisputed fact that the responsibility for the protection and preservation of the noble Deen of Islam was handed over to an extraordinary and elite group of “stars” known as the Sahaba Kiraam (Radiyallahu ‘Anhum Ajmaieen). They were the closest to Nabi (Salallahu ‘Alayhi Wasallam) and learnt and understood the Deen directly from Nabi (Salallahu ‘Alayhi Wasallam). It is indeed through their trials, tribulations, sacrifices and relentless actions that generation after generation will continue to enjoy and relish the sublime beauties of the chosen Deen-ul-Islam.

Every true Muslim is linked to the great creed and way of our forefather Ibraheem AS. The great bounty of Imaan and faith makes us proud bearers of the universal way of Ibraheem and everything he stood for.

"So abstain from the pollution of the idols and abstain from false vain words." (Ch. 22, V. 30) Some may argue for the permissibility of “light music” in Islam. However, this position is seriously questionable.

Quite often we tend to overlook the great importance and virtue of consuming halaal. The truth of the matter is, just one morsel of haram, that is carelessly eaten or drunk, can have devastating consequences.

Once Saad bin Abi Waqqas (R) requested Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasalam) to ask Allah to accept all his duas --- i.e. make him a Mustajãbud Dawaat, --- meaning a person whose duas are accepted.
Nabi replied:  “O Saad! Be cautious in consuming only halaal and wholesome and Allah Ta’ala will make you a Mustajãbud Dawaat.”

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