Category: Articles On Islam

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WHERE IS THE PROOF OF YOUR RELIGIOUS PRACTICE, IF YOU TRULY FOLLOW JESUS? By Abu Maryam Ibn Is’haq (Abumaribi)

WHERE IS THE PROOF OF YOUR RELIGIOUS PRACTICE, IF YOU TRULY FOLLOW JESUS? House Of Salam (HOS)   “And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” This is evidently recorded in the book of ‘John 8, verse 32’, from the Bible. It’s so demeaning today that our neighbour believers who…
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December 24, 2018 0

SPECIAL TAHAAJUD FOR DECEMBER 31ST By Sanni Kay Yusuf

  Again, imams, alfas, missioners, shehus etc. have begun their usual jingles for special tahajjud in their various mosques. Like the christians, they will gather in the mosque, in a hall, or on a field to pray assiduously – purportedly ushering in the new year. I ask: if Islam were of no man, but of…
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December 23, 2018 0

SOCIAL GROUP AND ITS IMPACT ON MUSLIMS by Abdullah Al-junayd ibn Ogungbemi

SOCIAL GROUP AND ITS IMPACT ON MUSLIMS By Abdullah Al-junayd ibn Ogungbemi It’s truly inevitable to be a lone individual. There’s need to be in some set of peoples’ companionship. Hence we found ourselves as members of one group or the other, sharing common identity. This is a representation of a social group, where we relate…
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December 23, 2018 0

RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE By Sanni Kay Yusuf

  Religious tolerance isn’t about Muslims worshiping with Christians, or Christians participating in Islamic mode of servitude to Allah. Love for the practitioners of other faiths isn’t about celebrating their festivities with them. Religious tolerance, in a multi-religious society like Nigeria, is simply about worshiping in your own way, and allowing others worship their own…
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December 23, 2018 0

Da’wah to the East by Bashir Lucas Samson Lukman

The need to pay attention (Da’wah) to the South South and South-East States cannot be over emphasized. On my way to Onitsha yesterday, this Catholic brother started a discussion. He asked me what I am going to Onitsha for (was going to Asaba but on Onitsha bus), I told him for a religious dialogue then…
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December 22, 2018 0

HARAMS ON THE DAY OF NIKKAH By Sanusi Lafiagi

  Parents and couples must fear Allāh and the Last Day when they shall stand before Him to account for all their deeds. They should not assume that the wedding day is any special in the sight of Allāh as to exempt their wrongdoings on the day from accountability. They should know that the angels…
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December 21, 2018 0

POLYGYNY: A REALITY THAT WOMEN WRONG By Sanni Kay Yusuf

  She strived headlong to stop her husband from taking a second wife, but she never thrived. Doggedly, the man made his interest supercede his wife’s. Therefore, the other woman finally got entry amidst storms. She did all in her powers to make life miserable for the new wife, and of course, their husband. Rather…
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December 19, 2018 0

ISLAM AND TERRORISM By Abu A’ish Mk Albani

  Beautiful place harbors beautiful people Or perhaps the lands lies in their heart As seed of peace blooms the moon in their smile And how can it not? When Islam simply puts everything in its due place Concerning Islam and terrorism, do me a favor and take a history class One that give unimpeachable…
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December 19, 2018 0

NIKKAH (MARRIAGE) PERSPECTIVE (2): MARRIED TILL JANNAH (PARADISE) By Abu Maryam Ibn Is’haq (Abumarib)

NIKKAH (MARRIAGE) PERSPECTIVE (2): MARRIED TILL JANNAH (PARADISE) Nikkah (Marriage) is a legal bond that make it permissible for two parties (man and woman) to come together in relationship and form decision that will be pleasing to both parties. This then make it binding on them to build on their station; as being the viceregents…
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December 18, 2018 0

BEGGAR-god By Sanni Kay Yusuf

  Men and women, boys and girls – hale and hearty – do flood the streets of Lagos begging for money to feed. They are usually attired in white garbs – including headgears – and are very sharp-tongued, articulate in rendering mesmeric, irresistible prayers for their desired benefactors. A wide, big calabash clothed or painted…
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December 18, 2018 0