The third episode of “3 Keys to Raise Quran-Loving Kids” covers the final key, which is the four components of inspiration.
The word wa’d means “promise”. The Quran mentions two types of promises. The one made by Allah and one made by other than Allah.
The ocean is one of the most amazing creations of Allah ﷻ. It is also one of the instruments Allah uses as a blessing for some, a punishment for some, and a test for others.
The word wafaa means to be loyal or to fulfil an obligation. The name can be used for both genders...
He who bites more than he can chew will soon fall into trouble and find himself in a difficult situation.
aise Quran-Loving Kids”, we invited the inventor of My Salah Mat and founder of Hajj Safe, Kamal Ali, to share his expertise and experience.
In this poem, Imam Al-Shafi’i was speaking to seekers of knowledge. He was reminding students to write down what they learn and that this should be one of the habits they do to create immersive learning. In this poem, Imam Al-Shafi’i described seeking knowledge like hunting deer, while writing the knowledge is like the shackle to tie the deer we catch.
n the first episode of “3 Keys to Raise Quran-Loving Kids”, we invited parenting expert Kathryn Jones to share her expertise and experience. In this article, we summarise and share the key highlights from Kathryn’s episode, “How to Influence Your Children to Inspired Islamic Learning”.
Mubeen means “clear” or “manifest”. One of Allah’s beautiful names is Al-Mubeen. Allah ﷻ is the ultimate source of clarity.
One of Allah’s beautiful names is Al-Haqq. This is because Allah SWT is the ultimate source of truth and everything.
The word akthar is used in the Quran to refer to the status or condition of the people. It is used primarily to describe people who have turned away from Allah’s guidance.
Abu Aqeel Labeed bin Rabi’ah (R.A.) was one of the companions and a good horse rider. He came from a rich family who assisted him with his work during the period of Jahiliya.