The Orphan’s Hero

Two tears dropped onto the pavement, where a little boy was sitting. His gaze blurred and wandered as he looked up to see a group of kids playing a game that would have seemed exciting to him. But he felt so broken-hearted that he could only stare at them. The Adhan sounded in the distance,... Continue Reading →

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Ayesha bint Abu Bakr R.A.

“As soon as I was old enough to become conscious of my surroundings, I found my parents deeply involved in religion, and not a single day passed by when the Prophet did not visit our house morning and evening.” [1] Can you imagine who the lucky woman who uttered these words could be? Of course,... Continue Reading →

Talha bin ‘Ubaidullah

As the light of Islam spread slowly among the people of Makkah, Abu Bakr R.A. attempted Da’wah on as many people as possible. He secretly invited all his friends and family to embrace Islam. Around the same time, a young man called Talha R.A. happened to be in Syria for a trading trip when he... Continue Reading →

Restraint

A lifetime of restraint and it’s only just beginning. I see those around me Breaking loose Free of inhibitions And chains. Free.   But mine is a lifetime of restraint Of restriction, of stopping, of choosing not to Bound by shackles, Holding me in place, Choking down desire, temptation, madness Controlled.   But am I... Continue Reading →

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