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A Short Biography of Imam Abu Dawood

themuslimvibe.com September 7, 2021 When the Sunan was read out to Ibn al-Arabi (560-638 Hijri), he commented: “If a man had nothing with him except for the Book of Allah, and this book (of Abu Dawood), he would need absolutely nothing else to go along with them.” Hafiz Musa ibn Harun (died in 294 Hijri) […]

Abdul Sattar Edhi dedicated his life to the poor

Edhi was known as the ‘Angel of Mercy’ in Pakistan [AP Photo] Abdul Sattar Edhi founded the world’s  largest volunteer ambulance network in Pakistan, the Edhi Foundation. Unlike wealthy individuals that fund charities in their names, Edhi dedicated his life to the poor from the age of 20, when he himself was penniless in Karachi. The reach […]
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A Short Biography of Imam Bukhari

By Syed Emran Hossain themuslimvibe.com 29th June 2021 A man asked Imam Bukhari, “When I recite the Quran, is my recitation created or not?” Imam Bukhari replied, “When you recite the Quran, your voice is created.” Any person having slightest knowledge about the Sunnah of Prophet (ﷺ) has definitely come across the name of Imam Al […]

Who Was Imam Bukhari?

Imam Bukhari is a famous Hadith expert together with Imam Ahmad, Imam Muslim, Abu Dawud, Tirmidhi, An-Nasai, and Ibn Majah. It has been unanimously agreed that Imam Bukhari’s work is the most authentic of all the other works in Hadith literature put together. As agreed by all the scholars, Sahih Al-Bukhari is the most authentic […]

Journey To Islam: Malcolm X

Malcolm X Timeline May 19, 1925 – Born Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska 1940 – Drops out of school at age 15 1946 – Convicted of burglary and sent to prison 1949 – 1951 – Studies the Nation of Islam 1952 – Leaves prison, dedicates himself to Nation of Islam, changes name to Malcolm X […]

Life of the Late Sheikh Abdullahi dan Fodio

He is Abdullahi ibn Muhammad ibn Uthman ibn Salih ibn Harun ibn Muhammad Ghurdu ibn Muhammad Jabbu ibn Muhammad Thanbu ibn Ayyub ibn Masiran ibn Buba Baba ibn Musa Jakullu. He was born approximately 1181 AH (1767 CE) in a region of Central West Africa known as Hausaland to two noble parents. He memorized the […]

The British Victorians who became Muslims

At the height of the Empire, a select band of British people renounced Christianity and converted to Islam. These are the stories of three such pioneers, who defied Victorian norms at a time when Christianity was the bedrock of British identity. Abdullah Quilliam William Henry Quilliam adopted the name Abdullah after his conversion Image copyright […]