Category Archives: Qur’an Reflections

The Supplication of Ibraheem

Awesome lecture. Spare 17 minutes of your time to remember Allah 🙂

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Divine Speech

…is coming to Austin!!! Alhamdulillah, we’ll be having the class, Divine Speech, here in Austin, TX this coming weekend – January 22nd – 24th. For any of my friends who are wondering, yes, I will be taking the class inshaAllah … Continue reading

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Qur’an Reflections: Coolness of the Eye

This one is bought to you by my hubby 🙂 We all know the very beautiful du’aa`: “Our Lord! Grant unto us wives and offspring who will be the coolness of our eyes.” (25:74) Have you ever thought what ‘coolness … Continue reading

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Allah’s Names: Ar-Raheem and Al-Ghafoor

I mentioned earlier about Allah’s (subhaana wa ta ‘aala) beautiful Names Ghafoor and Ar-Raheem. Now I’ll mention another amazing gem that ustaadh shared with us about Allah’s beautiful Names … Allah’s most beautiful Name ﺍﻟﺭﺣﻴﻢ (Ar-Raheem) means that He is … Continue reading

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Qur’an Reflections: Sakinah

In Arabic, the word Sakinah means peace or tranquility. Allah uses this word in the Qur’aan in two ways. Allah says in Surah Al-Fath (48:4): هو الذي أنزل السكينة في قلوب المؤمنين ليزدادوا إيمانا مع إيمانه These ayahs were revealed … Continue reading

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Ghafoor Ar-Raheem

I mentioned before that I took a class with Bayyinah, and that my favorite parts of the class were when we talked about the eloquence of the Qur’aan, and the subtelties in Arabic that we do not notice as English … Continue reading

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Qur’aan Reflections: Two Hearts in One

I took an Arabic class a few months ago with Bayyinah Institute. Alhamdulillah it was a really good class. Learning Arabic is something that I really have to struggle with, so alhamdulillah it was taught in a not-so-typical and easy to learn way. … Continue reading

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