Sunnah / Hadith

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  1. […] general rule for our speech is as the Prophet (PBUH) taught us, which is “to speak well or keep silent” (Tirmidhi). Humility and modesty in speech is expressed in more than just the issue of gender […]

  2. […] let go of the toy car. It will become easier to give up the haram, it will be easier to hold on to Fajr prayer on time, to pray qiyyam, to read Quran because we see the real thing. And we know our destination […]

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