Loving The Prophet – Shaykh Salek bin Siddina – Part 1 of 2

“Say to them: If you love God, follow (and love and honor) me, and God will love you” Surah Al Imran; ayah 31 “None of you believes until he loves me more than he loves his children, his parents, and all people.” Hadith (Bukhari and Muslim) “None of you believes until he loves me more […]

SeekersHub Answers on Coping with Stress and Anxiety

What Are Some Prophetic Supplications That Can Help Me Deal With Trials in My Life? Du’a – Supplication for one whose affairs have become difficult Asking Allah for Well-Being: The Sunna of the Prophet (Allah bless him and grant him peace) Divine Decree, Contentment, and Lessons From the Prophet’s Life Islamcast: Ramadan with the Beloved […]

Getting Married Seminar Helped make Marriage A Reality for SeekersGuidance Student

Getting Married seminar helped make marriage a reality for SeekersGuidance student The Getting Married seminar is one of our most popular live programs, and following much demand, has been launched this winter semester as a new online course. Now anyone around the world can benefit from the knowledge and guidance of our teachers, husband and […]

Readying the Ruh for Ramadan by Hina Khan- Mukhtar

The Ramadan moon is only a few nights away from being sighted, insha’Allah, and I am in the midst of last-minute preparations. The bulk of my worldly to-do list has been completed and I am finally beginning to feel at ease. The children were fascinated this past month to see all of the tasks that […]

Why Is the Prophet’s Character Described as Being Tremendous? – Faraz Rabbani

by Faraz Rabbani (originally published in Islamica Magazine) In the Qur’an, the Prophet is addressed directly, “Truly, you are of tremendous character.” [Qur’an, 68.4] This Qur’anic verse intrigued Muslim scholars, early and late, especially the Qur’anic exegetes and the masters of the spiritual path, especially as the Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him […]

Is Marriage Haram For Some People? by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani

At a recent dinner invitation, I noticed that most of those present had business relationships with each other. I feared that if there wasn’t some radical intervention, the conversation would center on things like guerrilla marketing and such—not my cup of tea. So I decided to say something radical, hoping to shift the flow of […]

In the Spirit of Tradition, by Nazim Baksh

“Tradition” in academic circles has come to signify old fashioned customs, archaic cultural practices, ossified ideas handed down from the past and articulated to the letter by naïve, simple minded neo-Luddites. In popular discourse, to be traditional is to adamantly cling in the past. Those espousing traditional values are often lumped into the same category […]

A warning we should heed – Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad

The message of Islam is that pursuit of money for its own sake is unnatural, inhumane, and will lead us to catastrophe, argues Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad. O you who believe! Let not your wealth nor your children distract you from remembrance of Allah. Those who do so, they are the losers. (63:9) This verse […]

A Female Gnostic: The Story of Umm Iyad

The neighborhood was different back in those days. There was no zawiya, and I lived on the ground floor of a three-story apartment block nestled between our guest-house and the land that would eventually give birth to the zawiya. As I turned right from the black-and-white outer door of my home that faced the street, […]

A biography of Shaykh Muhammad Adib al-Kallas

Shaykh Ahmed al-Kallas writes about Shaykh Muhammad Adib al-Kallas (pdf) He is the erudite scholar, the learned teacher, the zahid, the renowned jurist, Muhammad Adib al-Kallas b. Ahmad b. al-Haj Dib. Read on here. (pdf)