In our previous meditation we discussed the greatest victory of Rasulullah (SAW), where by conquering Makkah and the Kabbatullah, this fath (victory and opening) led to Muhammad (SAW) becoming the master of jannat as well. This is the level and maqam of Rasulullah (SAW), one which no one else can reach. In this meditation, we […]

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In our previous meditation we discussed the meaning of the word walfath, and how it is not just relating to one single victory, which in the Surah is the conquest of Makkah and the reclaiming of the Kabbatullah, but to all victories that are achieved because of the help of Allah (SWT). In this meditation […]

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In our previous meditation we began discussing the first ayat of Surah an-Nasr and saw how the greatest victory for Rasulullah (SAW) was when Allah (SWT) gave Muhammad (SAW) the conquest of Makkah, where Rasulullah (SAW) reclaimed the Kabbatullah and, through this, the Baitullah that is within us all (our heart, where our love for […]

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In our previous meditation we discussed how Surah an-Nasr was the foretelling of how Rasulullah (SAW) would conquer Makkah and reclaim the Kabbatullah and, through this, remove all of the idols and the shirk from the house of Allah (SWT). We also looked at how much inayatallah Rasulullah (SAW) had and how even a small […]

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In our previous meditation we discussed how Surah an-Nasr was the foretelling of how Rasulullah (SAW) would conquer Makkah and reclaim the Kabbatullah and, through this, remove all of the idols and the shirk from the house of Allah (SWT). We also looked at how this relates to us, where we must return and conquer […]

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In our previous meditation, we mentioned how Surah an-Nasr was the final Surah to be revealed chronologically to Rasulullah (SAW) and how it represented the greatest victory for Islam, where Muhammad (SAW) conquered Makkah and many Muslims freely prayed to Allah (SWT) by the Kaabatullah. Whereas Surah an-Nasr narrates the greatest victory for Rasulullah (SAW) […]

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We have completed our meditations on Surah al-Alaq and we will now meditate upon Surah an-Nasr. Whereas Surah al-Alaq was the first Surah to be revealed to Rasulullah (SAW), Surah an-Nasr was the final Surah to be revealed. In Surah al-Alaq, we saw how Abu Jahl (LA) tried to stop Rasulullah (SAW) from praying by […]

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We are currently meditating upon the spiritual purpose of fasting, where we can weaken our attachment to this world through gaining greater control over our stomach (and our appetite for this world) and our private parts (and the lustful thoughts that can pollute our heart). We discussed that this can only be achieved through our […]

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We are currently meditating upon the spiritual purpose behind fasting, where by abstaining our stomach and our private parts we are decreasing our attachment to this world, through weakening our appetite towards what this world has to offer us. By doing so, we increase our taqwa and turn our selfishness into selflessness, where we show […]

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In our previous meditation, we disused how the stomach and our private parts are strongly linked to our attachment to this world. We examined how disempowering the influence that these two organs have upon us weakens this attachment and increase our taqwa. In this meditation, we will look some of the ways that we are […]

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