LONDON PEEPS I’m really looking forward to debuting Qalam Institute's The Good Life, an in-depth study on the purification of the heart. This particular course has been almost three years in the making, with my teachers like Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda alhamdulilah, I can’t believe it’s finally here. May Allah accept.It’ll be 1st November at UCL insha Allah, but here’s the catch: because it’s the first time we’re offering it, we’re only allowed 50 students to take the course! Registration is super limited, so get your spot now at http://www.qalaminstitute.org/register!

LONDON PEEPS I’m really looking forward to debuting Qalam Institute's The Good Life, an in-depth study on the purification of the heart. This particular course has been almost three years in the making, with my teachers like Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda alhamdulilah, I can’t believe it’s finally here. May Allah accept.

It’ll be 1st November at UCL insha Allah, but here’s the catch: because it’s the first time we’re offering it, we’re only allowed 50 students to take the course! Registration is super limited, so get your spot now at http://www.qalaminstitute.org/register!

A person once said to Abu Hanifah (may God have mercy upon him), “fear God!”

Upon hearing this, he began to tremble, his face went pale, he lowered his head & said, “May God reward you greatly! How needy people are to be reminded of this.”

Anonymous asked:

A salam Alaikum, very disappointed to see you posting about "porn" and "nude pictures". I encourage my DAUGHTER to listen to your talks... And she too follows you on twittering. I saw what you posted from her account. Please, be a good model.

Walaykum Assalam,

Sorry, I read the text only article (rss), didn’t notice if there were any photos on there or not. However, it’s a relevant issue in our community. Recently, an anonymous polling was done at an Islamic conference - over 50% of Muslim men polled admitted to looking at pornography, while nearly 25% of Muslim women polled admitted the same thing.

The article speaks to the idea that this society has become “pornified,” where kids at school talk about porn as though it’s not only normal to watch it, but that anyone who thinks that it is disgusting is not normal. This article talks about the social constructs behind pornography, how destructive it is, and gives readers some ammo to take to the typical discourse that “porn is part of life.”

Sorry if it offended you or your daughter. Asking for your forgiveness.

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