Battle of the Brave 313 – The Victory of Badr

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  The battle of Badr is the first major battle in the history of Islam.  It is the legendary account of 313 brave and courageous companions of the Holy Prophet ﷺ standing against the tyranny of their 1300 enemies on the 17th of Ramadan. Outwardly the battle of Badr appeared a lost hope for the Muslims, but they were true … Read More

Time Management in Ramadan

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Ramadan is literally around the corner! How excited are you on a scale of 1 to 10? If you’re on a -10 or quite low down the excitement scales then Inshallah read this blog along with our Gateway to Ramadan blog and you’ll be excited by the end of it. If you prefer to listen rather than read then click … Read More

Purification of the feet using Prophetic Path

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The feet carry the body around, and wherever the body goes, the heart of man follows as well.  Therefore, it is essential to control where to place your feet so as to avoid of the corruption of the heart. As we know, every limb of the human body is a like a window or a channel to the heart, which … Read More

Abdu’Dinar – The Servant of Wealth

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Have you read the first three parts of the Abdullah Series? If not then make sure you have a read, because Inshallah the introductory blogs will set out for you the background of what the Abdullah series is all about and place the present blog in context. In this blog we are extrapolating who Abdu’Dinar is. He or she is … Read More

Abdus-Suhrah, the Servant of Fame

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Allah ﷻ said in the noble Qur’an:   “That home of the Hereafter We assign to those who do not desire exaltedness upon the earth or corruption. And the [best] outcome is for the righteous.” (28:83)   And the best creation of God Prophet Muhammad ﷺ is reported to have said:   “ Two wolves roaming freely among sheep are … Read More

Devilish Deceptions and the Sincerity in Repentance

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Have you read our first and second blog in our three part repentance series? If you haven’t, here is the link for the part 1 here and part 2 here. This blog will much make more sense once you had read the first two.  Sincerity in repentance…why is it important? It is important for the person seeking repentance to repent … Read More

Sincerity or hidden Shirk? What do your intentions say? PART1: Importance of Sincerity and Purity of intention

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Question from Prophetic Path Student: Assalamualaykum wa Rahmatullah, Dear Mentor, In relation to Level 1 sincerity is this to worship Allah ﷻ without Riya? Further, is it necessary to check the intention mid-way through the action and at its end? Jazakallah Khair Mentor Answer: Bismillahi, ar-Rahman, ar-Rahim, Waalaykum salaam wa Rahmatullahi wa Baratuhu, Dear Student, Sincerity is a fundamental aspect … Read More

How to improve concentration (Khushu) in your Salah by using the Prophetic Path Salah chart

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Question from Prophetic Path Student: Assalamualaykum wa Rahmatullah, Dear Mentor, In relation to the Salah chart I have noticed that I find it difficult to concentrate and I become heedless of Allah ﷻ during the shorter postures of Salah such as i‘tidal and jalsah. What advice can you provide me with in this regard?   Mentor Answer: Bismillahi, ar-Rahman, ar-Rahim, … Read More


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  The 15th of Sha’ban, also known as Laylatul Bha’rat is the night of seeking pardon and repenting to Almighty Allah, remembering our past sins and sincerely intending to live a life of righteousness in the future. On this auspicious night a person is given an opportunity for a new beginning as a person’s records, fate and destiny is recorded … Read More


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  Prophet Muhammad ﷺ told us, as narrated by Al-Imam al-Bayhaqi, that:   “Sha’ban is a month between Rajab and Ramadhan, much neglected by people. In it, the actions of all servants are raised to the Lord of the Worlds; I love that my actions are not presented except that I am fasting.”   Sha’ban is often referred to as the neglected … Read More


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“If anyone wants to know the summary of Islam, the Sunnah, the Qur’an, it is all within the Prophetic Path course. Islam is easy but we make it complicated. I feel blessed that Prophetic Path has simplified everything for me and removed all the complications. Since I began the Prophetic Path course I feel I am living the most peaceful … Read More

Malik ibn Dinar and the Snake | A tale of repentance

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Malik ibn Dinar (may Allah be pleased with him) is known for his piety and righteousness however he had once been a harsh and disobedient man. Ibn Dinar was one of the most oppressive people, disliked by everyone in his locality, stealing, discourteous, rebellious, an unjust and alcoholic person who also practiced usury and was avoided by everyone.   Malik … Read More