In life, we are always faced with decisions. The khutbah on 19th April 2013 was about some guidelines for us as Muslims to follow in the decision making process. “Fiqh Al-Muwazanat” or the “Fiqh of Judgement and Comparison” is a framework for us in making judgement based on our values and beliefs as Muslims […]
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Khubah Reflections: Harnessing the Legacy of Rasulullah – Lessons from the Lives of the Companions r.a
While the khutbah on 25th January 2013 spoke about the leadership of Rasulullah(S), this time on 1st February, it touched on the legacy he left behind in the form of the Companions who learned directly from him. They were promised Paradise by Allah and were regarded by Rasulullah(S) himself as the best of people followed […]
The khutbah on 4th January 2013 spoke of using the prophet Muhammad(S) as the best role model for us to better ourselves. His influence was recognised even by non-Muslims as evidently reported in Michael H. Hart’s book “The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History” which named Rasullah(S) as the most influential […]
The khutbah on Jumu’ah this time (7th December 2012) spoke on something that is close to our hearts. Well, in it actually. It can give us strength and bring out the best in us. That something is love but not just any kind of love; it is the one that transcends all others: it is […]
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