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Ramadan Story #7

Bismillah, here’s story #7 for the kiddoes: Heroes Come in Miniature Too! Advertisements

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The Qur’an: Revelation and Preservation

I started a small piece to do for a halaqa (which was unseccessful) – on the Compilation and Preservation of the Qur’aan. I’m using this book by Yasir Qadhi as my main source. Two of my very good friends actually did a … Continue reading

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Abu Bakr: Khalifatur Rasul

The Leader of the Muslims When the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam was ill, he appointed Abu Bakr to lead the prayers in the masjid. ‘Aa`isha said to the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, “My father is not able to … Continue reading

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Abu Bakr

Background His name was ‘Abdullah ibn Abi Quhaafah. Before Islaam, he was known as ‘Abd Ka’bah. The Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam named him ‘Abdullah. In appearance, he was skinny and dark-skinned.[1] He was born 2 years after the Prophet … Continue reading

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Bismillah. I took the “History of the Khulafaa’” class with AlMaghrib a looong time ago. That was my very first AlMaghrib class, and the BEST. My imaan got a major boost and my love for the companions grew. Their stories are awesome … Continue reading

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