Renaissance Monthly Journal
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Measures to protect Madinah
It is generally believed, and also correct, that before migration, believers were not allowed to kill anyone. When Muslims, tired of constant persecution and torment from the idolaters, asked for permission to use arms, they were told to be patient, persevere, sho
Narratives on Modesty
1. Zayd ibn Talhah ibn Rukana relates this narrative from the Prophet (sws) that the Prophet (sws) said that every religion possesses a special quality, and for Islam that special quality is modesty.
Explanation: Zayd ibn Talhah ibn Rukana’s status as a companion is doub
A wise son makes a glad father, but a foolish son is a sorrow to his mother.
Wealth which comes from sin is of no profit, but righteousness gives salvation from death.
The Lord will not let the upright be in need of food, but he puts far from him the desire of the evil-doers.
He who is sl
وَ لُوۡطًا اِذۡ قَالَ لِقَوۡمِہٖۤ اَتَاۡتُوۡنَ الۡفَاحِشَۃَ مَا سَبَقَکُمۡ بِہَا مِنۡ اَحَدٍ مِّنَ الۡعٰلَمِیۡنَ. اِنَّکُمۡ لَتَاۡتُوۡنَ الرِّجَالَ شَہۡوَۃً
Eyes are one of the greatest blessings of God. We often take them for granted because seldom do we lose them. Yet for the people who have slowly gone blind after once having this privilege, it is a very traumatic experience – especially if there is no cure. The born blind too suffer an ordeal no less.