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Don’t Forget These Sunnah Acts on Eid Al-Adha

Eid al-Adha is around the corner and many of us are either preparing or finalising our preparation for the big day! While buying clothes, decorating our homes, preparing samosas and purchasing gifts are all necessary, it’s also a good idea to think about the many Sunnahs related to the day of Eid.  (Main image Salman […]

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Your one stop guide to Hijama – Wet Cupping

Despite its many health benefits, Hijama is precariously becoming an uncommon form of therapy. A natural and holistic way of ridding the body of any toxins, Hijama sits somewhere lower on the list when compared to the likes of modern medicine and treatment. You could say that it’s slowly becoming a forgotten Sunnah; a sunnah […]

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What to do on Laylatul Qadr

There is no sole specified act which has been prescribed for this night, except that there is a specific invocation to recite on Laylat al-qadr. Seeking forgiveness on this night is the one thing that has been stressed dearly by the Prophet PBUH. After Aisha RA enquired as to what Du’a should be recited if […]

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The Forgotten Sunnah Drink

Hydration is key when it comes to surviving Ramadhan! Water does a great job, but sometimes we just want something different or a drink that has additional health benefits. Whilst many of us resort to juices, smoothies, and the many detox drinks, we miss out on the chance to explore the drinks promoted by the […]

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Improving our health to get closer to God

By Huma Baig Before a health-related trial knocks on our door, we can draw closer to God by following His commands and embodying the way of His Messenger ﷺ whilst helping our body remain in optimal health. Here are five Islamic rulings and sunnah, mentioned in canonical collections of hadith, that may encourage us to […]

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The future of Umrah & Hajj 2022

The wait is over! Muslims – for a long time now – have had to lay aside their hopes of travelling to two of Islam’s holiest sites. Since the pandemic began, Hajj and Umrah activities were suspended for foreign visitors with only vaccinated Saudi citizens being permitted. It’s reported that only 60,000 people were permitted […]

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